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SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WAGE '. SEVEN

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PAGE SEVEN

'The
GAID-AIBOUT

Sam, The Titleless Champ, Out
To Make This A -Stoller Year'

Scholastic Net in The Majors
Crown Is W on National League
1st Game
B Kalamazoo New York ...........012 030 031 10
Philadelphia ........000 301 000 4
2nd Game

1st Game
Philadelphia ........100 000 120
New York ...........001 341 00x
I 2nd Game

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For Information -Call MISS JONES at 2-3241

Jesse
Can
Are

Owens And Politics
Beat Him, But They
Gone This Year

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Philadelphia ........000
New York.,........021
1 1st Game

ognized as a top-notcher in the sprint
game. But all the titles he had were
"The Titleless Champion," "The
Oiympic Orphan," and others with

010 110 3
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By ART BALDAUF
Players in the State Interscholas -

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THINGS are coming to an end,
gals-yes, and it's with reluctance
that we have to admit it. And only
trouble is that it ends with such
an enormous let-down-speaking
of those dear examinations-but
don't let it get you down, there
are good times ahead: this sum-
mer strangely enough, and quicker
than you think, the new year will
roll around again!,
CLOSING YEARS, June, spring
-yes, they spell that longed-for
but regretted-when -it- comes grad-
uation day. And you grave sen-
iors, since you'll be thinking of
so many other things right now,
I just thought that I'd save you a
little extra thought about those
graduation gifts for all your
friends by giving a few sugges-
tions. Yes, I've been gadding
again - and here's what I've
found! For the very extra special
friend, CALKINS - FLETCHERS
suggest a beautiful leather-bound
overnight kit, travel kit, or what
have you. Now a stunning black
one, for example, caught my eye-
and on opening it I merely gasped,
you would too! It is lined with a
lovely black silk, and there are
many little silver-topped jars of
powder and face creams for every
purpose. Then there are several
lotion bottles (these are filled,
incidentally, with Dorothy Gray
products), a lipstick, mascara, a
rubberized pocket for your wash-
cloth and toothbrush, and a very
handy and sensible-sized mirror
(big enough to see your whole face
instead of just an eye). How does
that sound? Well, you should
see it! Nothing but the best for
the best, I always say!
THEN GADDING on down .the
street, I saw just the thing for
you watchers of the graduation--
and something that will be cool,
understand, but dressy enough for
the occasion. It was the ELIZA-
BETH DILLON SHOP again, as
usual-and the outfit was a light
pastel or white summer suit. Now
there is a variety of kinds-pastel
or white gaberdines, shark skin,
silk linen, or that new vitacool
material. These come either in
the plain or the by-swing back.
And just picture one of these light
suits with a dark-colored (or light
if you prefer) blouse. Is your
mind's eye in shape these days?
Well this dark and light combina-
tion is defiinitely in this season
and Miss Dillon can furnish the
entire outfit O, yes, and inci-
dentally, have you seen those new

silk jersey short-sleeved blouses?
And the delicious colors? You
should!
* * *
ALL CURLED UP for exam
studying? You should be think-
ing too of getting all curled up
for that vacation that is practi-
cally upon us. You'll be wanting
a new permanent for the summer
swims-for you know as well as
I the horror of difoopy wet hair-
now don't you? Well, I've found
the remedy for all the distress!
Yes, all you have to do is to put
yourself in the hands of Mrs. Di
at DI MATTIA BEAUTY SHOP
and you can have that new per-
manent you've been wanting and
that you'll be needing. Or if you
are one of those rarities that
doesn't need a permanent, then
I suggest that you at least have it
set before the end. Let this be a
suggestion to the seniors too--you
know we must have our seniors
curly around the mortar boards.
Am I right? Right!
* * '
AND THEN for those with lovely
plans for a June wedding, Ann
Arbor has made preparation! We
aim to please, you see! And so
does JUNE GRAY in her original
hat-designing and -making shop.
Wedding veils of snow white or
ivory net and attractive brides-
maids caps are her specialty for
the June bride. These she will
design to order with suggestions
of clever talent for her art (really
her ideas can't be beaten). And
then if you're planning the trous-
seau, you'll be wanting June to
create some day-time hats to
match those various and sundry
outfits. So go to June Gray and
be the smart June bride-and take
not this advice too lightly for this
is an all-important event and she
is the most ingenious litt hat-
designer you ever did see!
* *: *$
A PARTING SHOT, of course,
(or should I say a bee-line) for
the PARROT. But this won't
have to stop just because exams
are beginning, this is the before-
between, and after the exam
refuge. And there's nothing like
one of those refreshing Parrot
cokes to set you up! And have
you heard about their mint cokes?
Well, it's time you did! They are
the best sort of setter-upper for
a hot afternoon and exam-study
intermission. One caution, though,
no hashing over exams! They are
past experience when once they
are taken and it's MUCH better
for the general mental spirit to
forget - after all we must live in
the present and the future only

New York ........... 000 000 040
Philadelphia ........010 001 000
1st Game
Boston ..............010 000 000

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Chicago
Cleveland

...........000 011 020
...........000 100 000
2nd Game

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By ROY HEATH Sam. The breaks were bound to come -
and when they did, he was going to be semi-final and final roun1cs of the an-
Sam Stoller doesn't remember ex-a nual meet here yesterday with new
actly when it was, but early in his there to collect back-pay. champions being crowned in all three
youth he discovered that by speeding Set For Coast Games divisions.
up the process used commonly for The pay-off arrived this year for Kalamazoo walked off with the
walking and by making a few minor Sam. He has only one defeat to class A crown, with a total of 19
adjustments he could run. In fact mar his record. Bob Greive hung that points. Owosso was second with 14
Sam soon realized that if he really put one on him indoors. Sam evened the and Grosse Point and Battle Creek
his mind to the thing he could make score with the Illini flash the next third and fourth respectively with
a jack rabbit look like a very sta- week as he beat him handily at But- ten and nine.
tionary object. ler. He took possession of the Big Under the new scoring system in-
"A happy faculty" throught Sam. Ten 100-yard dash crown last week. augurated this year, the first place
and set out to make the most of it. Now, he is getting set to make a team is awarded the number of points
From Cincinnati, his home town, to "Stoller year" out of it by the addi- equal to the number of teams in the
Berlin he has been burning up the tneofythe 'aionalfColleyite ti division and each succeeding team
cinder paths in the various stadii to his string when the top collegiate garnering one less than the one above
where he displayed his talents. Sam sprinters get together at Berkeley, it
travelled the 100 yard route in 9.6 Calif., June 18-19. That done, Sam In Class B Grand Haven nosed out
while he was still in high school. intends to take over whatever they East Lansing and Dowagiac to re-
. Tics 60-Yard Record are giving away at the Big Ten-Pa- place the former as champion in that
Then he came to Michigan, and cific Coast meet at Los Angeles June class. The winners totaled 191%2
tied the world record in the 60 yard 25-26, then finish cornering the sprint points. East Lansing and Dowagiac
dash. 'Last year Sam made the U.S. title market with the A.A.U. meetat tied for the runner-up position with
Olympic team and went to Berlin. Milwaukee in July. 17 each.
Sam Stoller was a great sprinter all East Tawas received the Class C-D
the experts agreed on that. But up Competition Tough crown with a total of 20 points. Low-
until this year he had never collected The competition will be tough. Bob ell and St. Alphonsus tied for second
a major title. Packard of the University of Georgia' with 151/2. University High of Ann
Why? Well, as the fortunes of the who ran the 200 meters for Uncle Arbor garnered a three-way tie for
track would have it, Sam's career Sam at Berlin last summer will be at sixth in the division with Tawas City
crossed that of one Jesse Owens. the Collegiate and A.A.U. affairs. and Sparta.

Chicago
1 Cleveland
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......... 100 000 200 3
..... . 014 502 121 15
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Brooklyn
Boston
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Chicago.
Cincinnati
Chicago.

.000 000 101
2nd Game
..........000 100 200 1
.........002 000 001 0
1st Game
. ........000 000 2000
............000 103 000
2nd Game
..........000 000 020
... ........000 110 020
1st Game

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2
4

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4

Pittsburgh ..........410
St. Louis ............100
2nd Game

021 010 91
020 100 4

Pittsburgh ..........001 000 000 1
St. Louis ............100 010 000 2
American League
St. Louis...........151 020 130 13
Detroit............201 002 202 9
Washington .........010 001 000 2
Boston............000 010 12x 4
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MIMEOGRAPHING
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314 South State buree

Are You Ready?
Are you ready for this sum-
mer? Is your yard covered with
a velvet green carpet? Does
your house have an adequate
coat of paint? Do you have
flowers to add the proper dis-
tinction to your home:?
If not, see Iertler for these
outstanding values:
All kinds of Lawn Seed-
White Clover, Blue Grass,
and Chewings Fescue. A
large selection of flower
seeds. Lawn rollers for rent.
50 ft. Garden Hose..$3.00
Spading fork ......$1.10
Garden Rakes ........ .95
Lawn Rakes ...........85
Lawn Mowers .... $4.75 up
Remember us throughout
this Summer.
HERTLER*

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Wherever Sam pulled on his spikes
with an eye to collecting some first
money Owens was there too, and
when Jesse Owens was around no one
collected anything but Jesse Owens.
Sam could come within inches of
him, but in a sprint race that isn't
close enough.
Warms Berlin Bench
Tough breaks continued to dog'
Sam. Bobbie Creive of Illinois twice
nosed him out of his Big Ten 60-yard
dash title despite the fact that Sam
held the world record of 6.1 for the
distance. Sam found out how pol-
itics work at Berlin last summer
when he was told to have a seat in the
bleachers while the 400 meter relay
team he was slated to run on set a
new world record manned by men
whom he had trimmed.
Despite all that, Sam was still rec-
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Sam has trimmed him every time
they have met at the century and
looks like a good thing to do it again.
Adrian Talley of Southern Cali-
fornia has a 9.4 to his credit for the
distance but it is understood that .he
benefited more than somewhat from
a young cyclone which was blowing
behind him at the time. Temple's Eu-
lace Peacock, the only runner who
claims victories over the great Jesse,
will be there, but his marks this sea-
on do not cause Sam any grey hairs.
Mushy Pollock of California has al-
ready had a taste of Sam's cinders.
Michigan's "Crooning Cannonball"
has been in eclipse for a long time
but it looks like he is coming into
his own at last.
... Be 'Wise!.
Be Safe!
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