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RIDAY, JULY 27, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T1{RE~
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WELSH AND GOVERNOR
MEE T AT CONVENTION
Green Enters Meeting As Opponent
Launches Attack On Present
Administration
OTHER CANDIDATES SPEAK
(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING, July 26.-The
opening skirmish along the Michigan
political battlefront was fired Wed-
nesday night at the pre-primary cit-
izenship school at Michigan State
college when Gov. Fred W. Green
said "The cherry picker W. Green
said "The Cherry picker and the
smelt fisherman has returned," in re-'
ply to epithets directed at the gover-
nor only a few minutes before by his
political foe, George W. Welsh of
Grand Rapids.
Speaking as a Republican candidate
for governor, Welsh, unaware of the
governor's presence. outside the
meeting chamber, assailed him for
his apparenti absence on "such an oc-
casion." He has time to crown
cherry pickers and fish for smelt, but
can't attend this meeting," Welsh
said.
The governprf, who arrived late,
walked into the meeting room at this
dramatic moment.
Likens State to Chicago
Welsh, in a scorching criticism of
the Green regime, charged that po-
litical conduct in Michigan is ap-
proaching the Chicago status. He cited
so-called burning of ballots in Kent
county while a supreme court hear-
ing for an election recall was pend-
ing. "We are not as bad as Chicago
-no, not yet," he said.
At one time in his address Welsh
turned to Lieut. Gov. Luren D. Dick-
inson and asked him to what ex-
tent he had participated in the selec-
tion of state Senator James Quinlan
of Grand Rapids to the finance com-1
mittee on appropriations.
The question, meant as both an an-

WOMEN MAY JOIN1
ALUMNI COLLEGE
All women alumnae of the Univer-
sity of Michigan can be members of
the Michigan Alumni University. Un-
like most organizations no fixed fee
will be charged them. Once, twice,
or four times a year, as it is most
convenient to the individual, dues can
be sent. Any amount - one thous-
'and dollars, five hundred dollors, ten
dollars, can be contributed.
The different departments of the
Alumni University will be a matter
for the alumni to decide. The library
would welcome new books, while
scholarships and fellowships would
be appropriate. The various depart-.
ments could be enlarged by the alum-
ni. As Michigan's alumni roll is now
second to only one other university
organization, the benefits the univer-
sity could derive from its alumni
would be great.
JUNIORS TO MEET
ENTERING WOMEN I
This year, as last year, each in-
coming freshman women will have
a Junior woman as her advisor. This
Junior woman, when she receives the1
name of the freshmen, writes to thet
freshman explaining many of the
smaller things about the University,
which unless known become causest
of embarrassment to the new stu-
dent. When the freshman woman
arrives, her Junior adviser will meet

gOVNGifr
SPOWXTS WORL<

YANKS WIN UNUSUAL GAME
DETROIT, July 26.-The Yankees'
heavy artillery, stilled for 11 innings
by the masterful pitching of Sorrell,
belched forth its fury in the twelfth
frame and when the smoke of the
hectic inning cleared up the New
Yorkers had scored eleven runs to
defeat the Detroit Tigers, 12 to 1, in
the first game of a, double-header
here today.
Until the fatal final inning Sor-
rell held the Yankee sluggers to
four hits. Detroit scored its lone
tally in the home ninth when Har-
grave, a pinch hitter, sent the ball
over the wall for a home run.
Gehringer then hit a triple, but the
Tigers were unable to produce an
additional hit to send him across the
plate.
The Tigeis won the second game,
13 to 10.
SCORES OCCUR IN SAME INNING
NEW YORK, July 26.-Seven runs
by the Pittsburgh Pirates and five by
the New York Giants in the second
inning turned out the final scores of
an unusual game between the two
teams here today.
WOLVERINES SURVIVE ROUND
GRAND RAPIDS, July 26.-Dave
Ward, Addison Connor, and John
Bergelin, University of Michigan stu-
dents, were included among the sur-
vivors of the .opening round of the
Michigan state golf tournament be-

ing held here.
Carlton Wells, instructor in the
University, was eliminated by Howard
Lee, Detroit, after putting up a great
fight to overtake a big handicap.
TUIINNEY FLIES TO FIGHT
NEW YORK, July 26.-Gene Tun-
ney and his amphibian airplane taxi
landed on the Hudson river at 12:25
today. The heavyweight titleholder
left Speculator, the scene of his train-
ing camp, at 10:12.
UNKNOWNS SET PACE
CHICAGO, July 26.-The more sea-
soned golfers among the entrants for
the western open golf championshiip
today faced the task of shooting re-
markable golf in their first round to
better the mark set yesterday by un-
knowns of the meet.
In fact the national open cham-
piion, Johnny Farrell, and others
were confronted with the problem of
breaking par by three strokes to sur-
pass the two leading scores made by
Bill Tinder, of Anderson, Ind., and
Phil Hessler, of Bristow, Okla. The
two turned in scores of 70 each, two
under par for the North Shore links
on which the tourney is being staged.
TILDEN TO MEET LACOSTE
PARIS, July 26.-William T. Tilden
will open the challenge round battle
for the Davis cup with Rene Lacoste
of France tomorrow.

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for the Wednesday night dance.
18, 19, 20, 21
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apartment. Jefferson Apts. Aug. 1.
Call 2-1868. 18, 19, 20
LOST-Dunhill lighter on West side
of town. Call Ray Wachter, 21214.
Reward.
WANTED-Student help, part time.
The Port Cafe, 108 E. Huron. Dial
6813. 19-20
FOR RENT-Two furnished apart-
ments. Also one large double room
and one single room. Teachers,
nurses or business people. Available
now. Dial 8544. 422 E. Washington.
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WANTED--Good Suite or Furnished
Apartment for fall term, by instruc-
tor. Address Box 2, Mich, .Dsily.
21, 22, 28
LOST-A Parker pen in woman's rest
room at University Hall. Reward if
returned to secretary's office. 23
MY "Old Kentucky Home" Tea Shop,
1216 S. University. Open every Sun-
day evening. 19-25
LOST-A pair of tortoise rimmed
glasses on State or Huron Sts.
Dial 5978. Holmes. Reward. 25
LOST-Pair of shell rimmed glasses
somewhere in vicinity of campus.
Finder please call 6624. Reward.
TYPING--Theses a specialty. Reason-
able rates. Dial 9387. M. V. Hart-
suff.
LOST-Large brown pocketbook con-
taining valuable papers. If found,
return to secretary's office. 28-29-30
FOR SALE--Large library table $20.
Fairbanks bathroom scales $10. Ma-
hogiany piano lamp $5. 9-drawer
card file $2. Dial 4391.

her and show her about. Freshman
Week will further acclimate her to
the University so that when the
school year opens each freshman
woman should know a great deal
about college life whiich otherwise
she would not be aware and should
not think of college as the glam-

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SALE LASTS FEIW MORE DAYS
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swer to earlier statements of Fred
Woodworth of Detroit about the re-
in the selection of senator commit-
tees as evidence of machine rule in
Michigan, was left unanswered by
Dickinson.

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