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SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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Many Improvements Have Been Adde
And Students Will Find Greater
Comfort Than Before
CAMP TO OPEN JULY 26
(Special t The Daily)
DETROIT, July 6-Michigan's quota
Ur the Citizens' Military Training
Camps at Camp Custer is filled, ac-
cording to information from the Sixth
Corps Area headquarters at Chicago,
to Phelps Newberry, civilian aide for
Michigan to Secretary of War Davis.
Michigan can enroll C. M. -T. C. stu-
dents for Camp McCoy, Wis., in the
Red, White and Blue courses for the
field artillery.t
There are still le'ss than 100 va-
cancies before Michigan.will have its
quota of 1,878 young men, and young
men will be enrolled as alternates,
and called for camp in case some of
the young men who have been accept-
ed find they can not attend camp
because of illness or some other good
reason.
Mrs. Arthur C. Kimball, who has
been the hostess at the Hostess house
at Camp Custer for the last two years
has been selected as hostess again
this year, and is now on duty at the
Hostess house. The Michigan Patri-
otic Fund, of which Phelps Newber-
ry is the president, Walter C Cole,
vice-president, and the Guardian
Trust Co., treasurer, with the assis-
tance of the Battle Creek Chamber
of Commerce, is paying all the ex-
pense of Camp Custer that is not paid
by the government.
Colonel Alvin C. Gillom, command-
ing officer at Camp Custer, is enthu-
siastic in his praise of the "new
Camp Custer As it appears today.
Many improvements have been estab-
lished and the trainees will. find more
comfort in camp this year than ever
before.
The training camps at Camp Cus-
ter and Fort Brady will open on July
26 and close on August 24. While
visitors day will be Aug. 17, Colonel
Gillom announces that parents and
relatives of the young men in camp
will be welcome any day they de'slre
to visit Camp Custer.
DISSENTION NOTED
AMONG PAR TISANS
(By Associated Press)
ALBANY, N. Y., July 7.-Gov. Smith
was "back home" today after a three-
day stay InNew York city. In re-
turning he stepped from the train into
a sea of pre-campaign details.
Preparation of his formal address
of acceptance of the Democratic na-
tional convention's nomination for
the presidency, a conference with Sen-
ator Key Pittman of Nevada, chair-
man of the notification committee, the
smoothing over of what was reported
to be a small dissension in his fol-
lowers' camp, and selection of a va-
cation spot confronted him.
One of his first duties will be to
act as peacemaker. Reports say that
dissension has developed in the Smith
camp between the strictly Tammany
element and the Proskauer-Val
act as peacemaker.
The Schuberts have 'announced their
plans to offer a musical version of
"The Taming of the Shrew" next sea-
son.

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SCHEDULE IS ANNOYTNCED
Play in the all-campus soft base
league will be inaugurated Mon
when all six teams get into action
south Ferry field. The comp
schedule is as follows:
Monday, July 9.-Michigan
Giants; Yanks vs. Buck Wolves;
Clements Club vs. Alpha Kappa
Wednesday, July 11.-Yanks
Michigan; Mt. Clemens Club vs. B
Wolves; Giants vs. Alphs KappaF
Monday, July 16.-Yanks vs. Al
Kappa Psi; Michigan vs. B
Wolves; Giants vs. Mt. Clemens C
Wednesday, July 18.-Michigan
Mt. Clemens Club; Yanks vs. Gian
Buck Wolves vs. Alpha Kappa Psi.
Monday, July 23.-Michigan
Alpha Kappa Psi; Yanks vs.I
Clemens Club; Giants vs. B
Wolves.
All these games will be star
promptly at 5:10 o'clock. The'
tramural department will furn
bats, balls, scorebooks, and the o
cials. The games will be of sev
innings duration, and no postpo
ments will be allowed except for r
In case of rain postponed games w
be played the following day.

Earl Sande
Famous American jockey, who is
coming west to ride in the $25,000
Lincoln handicap, the mile and a
quarter race which will headline the
Lincoln Fields turf program at Chi-
cago today. He will pilot Kiev, for
his contract employer, Joseph E. Wid-
ener.
Sande won the Lincoln handicap

DETROIT ER WINS FOUR CREWSRE .I I
OLYMPIC BERTH PHILADELPHIA, July 6.-Four
great college crews Were still in the
(By Associated Press) running today for the chance to row
PHILADELPHIA, July 6 - Four for the United States in the Olympic
young men 100 per cent inexperienced games. California was pitted against
in lmi omeiin;ret er- Columbia and Yale against Princeton
clusively that the wearers of the nhIn Olympic competition ,aire to repre- Cthmi-final heads to be rowed
ball Badger cardinal will certainly win sent the United States in the decath- late this afternoon on the Schuykill.
day their way on to the Tri-Color schield Ion, the all-round track and field test,
on of the Yank team in the final at the in the games at Amsterdam. CARDS RECALL ORSATTI
lete Harvard Stadium this week end. Unless the Olympic committee de-AA
Not since the days of Arlie Schardt cides at the eleventh hour to add the ST. LOUIS, July 6.-The St. Louis
vs. has Wisconsin sent such hopes to the Cherokee Indian veteran, Fait Elkins, ardinals, leaders in the National
Mt. Olympic finals as will be present in in spite of the pulled tendon which league, have recalled Ernest Orsatti,
Psi, the personnel of Chuck McGinnis, kept him from competing in the final outfielder, from Minneapolis. Orsatti
vs. Johnny Zola, Ken Kennedy, and Herb trials, Uncle Sam will have to rest was with the Cards last season
uck Schwarze. The quartet at this time his decathlon hopes more on youthful
Psi. appear almost certain to win berths vigor than on experience. I LAS I I E
pha in their respective events and it will Ken Doherty, the former Detroit 1'ADVERTISN -
uck he a keen disappointment to Wiscon- City college star now competing forA.I 1 N
lub. sin followers if any are eliminated. the Cadillac A. C. of Detroit, who 1m
vs. came out on tolp in the final Olympic . a1 1 roommate for apart
ats; WILL OBSERVE SCOUT DAY trial and national championship yes-
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., July 6.- terday, is the oldest of the four who I - two e
Saturcday and Sunday. See Shoe-
vs. Indiana University will observe Boy qualified, in experience as well as maker, 1203 Forest Ave., 1:45-5:00.
Mt. Scout day next fall at the intersec- years, and he is but Z3. 1.
uck tional football game October 6 be-
tween Indiana and Oklahoma, Mis-
ted souri' Valley Conference leaders, it
in- was announced today. Every Scout
ish in Hoosierdom will be invited to at-
ffi- tend as a guest of the state university
ven and the White River Council of Boy--
ne- Scouts. Invitations to every troop /
ain. in the state will be mailed out within
will the next, few days.
SURVIVE IN MAT TOURNEY
V'S GRAND RAPIDS, July 6.-Wrestlers
Re- of the University of Michigan lead in
G. the number of qualified men after the
ndi- end of the semi-finals in the National
ent A. A. U. tourney and Olympic tryouts
Ible being held here. The five Wolverine
.ool matmen to qualify were Ed George,
Igh Al Watson, Bob Hewitt, Russel Sauer,
of and Blair Thomas.
of It is understood that the Olympic.wa
committee will select two men each Whether you wear a
ege weight division to make the trip to < - hat jauntily,or whether
for Amsterdam. In such a case the Wol- you wear a hat soberly
tire verines stand an excellent chance of and 'sedately, Stetson '
ork boarding the steamer as all that is offers you a choice for
of necessary to qualify for the team is
cu- to win a semi-final match tonight. your every mod and
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INDIANA STAR MAKES ALL A
Selections BLOOMINGTON, Ind., July 6.-
C n n n ports made known today by Z.
)n Cont ent Clevenger, athletic director of i
ana University, are not consist
nusic used in the pro- with the belief that it is impossi
tole France's comedy, for athletes to keep up in their sch
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ing presented by the marks have been made by winners
ers at Sarah Caswell the coveted "I" in various branches
en by Robert Hender- sports.t
f the company, while Wilmer T. Rinehart, of Coll
rip to Europe. Many Corner, O., Indiana's chief bidder
s are taken from the an Olympic position, led the eni
'ecent musical succes- list of athletes with 34 hours of wo
Germany and Austria. and 102 credit points. This record
dapest" song is from straight "A" grades for two conse
liked continental pro- tive semesters places the star Cri
Cirkus Prinzessen," son javelin thrower among the sel
running in Vienna for few in scholastic standing. Rineh
"Madle Ruch Ruch" will be a senior next fall and hasa
n hit, "Ich Habe Mein other year of competition on the1
berg Verboren" which diana track squad. He won the cc
t to this country in ference in the, javelin throw this ye
and will compete in the final Olym
the blind man's song tryouts at Boston tomorrow.
ing Song" are are
France's original ver- BADGERS ARE HOPEFUL
to French folk tunes, MADISON, Wis., July 6.-T
s indulged in by the superb showing of Wisconsin athle
Henderson assures at the Olympic trials at Detroit 1
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ill give both matinee
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nal showing Monday,
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rposes of the recently;
atic Guild at Wiscon-j
wge annual 'state-wide
play production and

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