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COL IUMBIA [URNISIDII ZIONIST STUDENT C
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ii' Delegates were arriving in Ann!
Arbor today for the annual con- Z
vention of Avukah, American stu- a
dent Zionist organization, whichp
Hopes Of The West Shattered As[ will hold sessions in Lane hall to- c
New Yorkers Win Over morrow, Friday and Saturday.J
World's Champs James Waterman Wise, executivef
secretary of the organization, is j
4 BOATS SINK IN RACE scheduled to arrve this afternoon, h
with others who will take a prom- h
(By Associated Press) inent part in the meetings.f
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., June 25 Following registration of dele-t
-Columbia is the gem of the inter- gates at 9 o'clock tomorrow morn-
collegiate ocean after the roughest ing at the Hillel Foundation, the1
convention will be formally opened C
and most disastrous naval battle at 10:30 o'clock in Lane hall by anI
in the history of the Poughkeepsie official welcome delivered by Prof. i
regatta. William H. Worrell, of the SemiticsS
Down through four turbulent department, on behalf of the Uni-t
miles last evening the sons of little versity. Professor Worrell is past,
president of the Miichigan Academy
old New York rowed to magnificent of Science. This session, as well asV
triumph for the second time in others, which will be held morning, i
three years, capturing the varsity afternoon and evening throughoutr
championship of America. In their tomorrow and Friday will be openv
dazzling wake were strewn the to the public. F
shattered hopes or four of Colum- One of the features of the con-f
bia's eight rivals, chief among them fernclck Friday evening in the Wo-
the proud Golden Bears of Califor- men's League building. The guest2
nia, champions of the world until of honor -and featured speaker oft
this fateful race. the evening will be Nahum Soko-E
Majority Go Down low, chairman of the World Zionistv
Old Man River went on a ram- executive.
page for the crowning classic of Sokolow ranks with Dr. Chaimf
the 1929 rowing season, kicking up -___N
a disturbance that wrecked the for- LEAGUE RULINGr
tunes of all but five of the record REMAINS SAMEt
fleet of nine eight-oared shells en-
tered in the race for varsity cham-
pionship honors. Letters . Sent To House Heads
What was forecast as the great- Outlining Regulations
est of all college regattas was turn- For Summer
ed into a knockdown and drag out
battle with the Old Man, who spar- House rules for the Summer Ses-
ed neitherchampions, nor favor- sion have remained practically the
ites, nor trailers, as he swamped same, according to Dorothy Wood-
one boat after another. row, '30, summer president of the
Darkness Plays Part Women's League. The only change
Above all the turmoil, the trag- has been made in the closing hour
edy and startling events of a dus- for week nights. Instead of cs-
ky evening, Columbia stood out su-
preme, overcoming all obstacles to ig at 10:30 P. M. as they have
beat a gallant Washiigton crew by done during the last semester, thei
three lengths. The waterlogged League houses will remain open onI
from the Pacific northwest, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
huskgmeabotloa ed Thursday nights, until 11:00. Thei
aea otld maseer owed regular closing hours of 1:30 onI
yielded to the mastery of New Friday nights, 12:30 on Saturday;
York's marvelous oarsmen, but in nights and 11:00 on Sunday nights
turn they were eight lengths ahead nights will be observed.,
of another surprise boat, Pennsyl- Letters have been sent to all
vania. The Quakers came up out house presidents outlining the
of the choppy seas to beat the Navy plans for the summer. Miss Wood-
as other craft sank. The middies row has requested that all signing-
saved fourth place. Wisconsin was out slips be turned in at the of-
fifth and last. fice of the President of the League1
Out of the 1929 maelstrom, the at the end of July and again at the
east in general and New York state end of August.
in particular emerged with a Plans for the social activities at
sweeping triumph, for Syracuse's the League during the summer
speedy freshmen won the opening have not been fully completed, ac-
two-mile race, while Cornell's cording to Miss Woodrow. There
smashing junior varsity crew prov- will be no Friday and Saturday
ed itself the best of the Jayvee lot night dances, however. In their
in the most thrilling contest of the stead a weekly tea will be given.
Like Old Days
Not since 1920 have the three in-
stitutions been so supreme, that be-
ing the year that Sracuse won
the varsity after Cornell cleaned up
in the two preliminaries. Not since
1922 has the east been able to check
the bronzed giants who have come H
out of the far west to score one
triumph after another. That year STATE STREE
the east needed the powerful An-1
napolis varsity eight to keep its At Liber
honors at home.
When California became water-
logged early in last night's race, it
was Washington that came on to
carry the far west's banner in gal-
lant style. The Golden Bears, de-Re a
fending champions, were never
better than fifth and never factors
in the big race from the start un-
til they finally sank, five-eights of
a mile from the finish.
We have all makes.
Corona, Underwood SPECIAL O
Colored duco finishes. Price $60.
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
RE THIS WEEK END MQ
Weitzman as one of the two greatI
Zionist leaders of the world, and ist
it the helm of the greatest Jewish
political movement of the last..
century, the establishment of a All Branches Of Musical Industries
Jewish state in Palestine. His Are Sponsors Of Movement To,
fame extends into the fields of Promote Education,
ournalism and literature as well, 3
his writings in Hebrew placing him American manufacturers, mer-
n the front rank of the literary chandise dealers and music stores,
figures of the present day using members .of the Music Industries'
that language as a velticle.
Rabbi Mitchell Salemn Fisher of Chamber of Commerce and its al-
New York city will be toastmaster. lied organizations, will launch a-
Other speakers include Max I nation-wide movement next month
Rhoade, a Washington lawyer, who Ito make known the newly-adopted
s national president of Avukah, slogan of their business: "The
Samuel Blumenfield, president of Richest Child is Poor Without Mu-
the New York chapter and a na- sical Training."
tional vice-president, and Maurice This slogan was one of more than
B. Pekarski, president of the Uni- 120,000 submitted last year in aJ
versity of Michigan chapter. popular contest held under the
Reservations for the banquet auspices of the Music Industries
may be made by calling 3779 or Chamber of Commerce. The prize
writing to Isaac Hoffman, care of of $1,000 was won by Mrs. Linnie,
Avukah, 615 E. University. The af- Lewis Wilson, a music teacher, of
fair will be $1.50 a plate. Hamilton, Montana.
James Waterman Wise, the ex-, Incorporating the words of theI
ecutive secretary, who will take an;bolicf the
active part in the convention, is slogan in a design symbl o
the son of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, music industry, a single note is
America's most noted Hebrew di- used as a background for figures in
vine. Wise created a mild sensation miniature depicting various phases
a few years ago when he left his of instrumental playing. The main
father's theological seminary design shows two children danc-
where he was studying for the ing to the accompaniment of mu-
rabbinate, declaring that the fu- sic from a primitive reed instru-
ture of Judaism must lie in other ment. Modifications of this gen-
directions. He is regarded as one eral design have been prepared to,
of the outstanding leaders in the typify various categories of instru-
Jewish youth movement of today ments.
and has just returned from a study The slogan-symbol designs will
of the movement in Europe, the re- be used by the music industries in
sults of which were published in their advertising matter, on their
leading national periodicals. 1 letterheads and in window and
store displays. The motif of the
UNION POOL AVAILABLE slogan is in keeping with the new-
FOR WOMEN STUDENTS ly-expressed feeling of musical
leaders that the true enjoymentI
of music comes from the playing
The Union pool will be open tolofmsiscomenta
women Tuesday and Thursday ofsome instrument.
nights from 7 to 9:30 o'clock pro-
vided enough women show interest TYPEWRITERS
in swimming there. Tickets to the RIBBONS
pool may be procured at the wo- SUPPLIES
men's physcal education depart- f al kes of
ment. Dr. Sappington will conduct Typewriters.
heart and lung examinations from Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures
7 to 8 o'clock Thursday night for best quality at a moderate price.
all women wishing to use the pool,
who have not already had such O. D. MORRILL
examinations. 17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
WATERMAN GYMNASIUM TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
OFFER OPPRTUNTIES rates. M. V. artsuff, Dial 9387.
OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES __ _ __ _ _
Students with very little time at FOR RENT-4 room furnished
their disposal will find Waterman apartment with bath in an at-
gymnasium a convenient place to tractive home on west side with-
exercise and bathe during the day.' in walking distance of campus.
Locker tickets can be renewed at Dial 4661. No. 1, 2, 3
the Treasurer's office in South FOR RENT-Suite; near campus;
Wing of the University hall on the reasonable rates, pleasant loca-
payment of a 50 cent fee. tion. Phone 22372. 3
The gymnasium opens every
morning, except Sundays, at 8:30 FOR RENT-Very desirable home
o'clock. The main floor closes at for faculty member or rooms for
5 o'clock in the afternoon while the graduate student. Dial 5602.
shower baths close at 5:15.
THE RAGGEDY ANN BEAUTY
SHOP OFFERS. A
Marcel at 75c; Fnger wave at $1.00;
Permanent wave at $8.50. Dial 7561.
No. 3, 4
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
Open for Summer School.
310 S. State St. Phone 7927
FOR RENT-4 room furnished-
apartment with bath in an at-t
tractive home on west side with-
in walking distance of campus.
Dial 4661. No. 1, 2, 3
.No. 3, 4, 5
TO RENT-4-room apartment for
summer. Good location. Com-
pletely furnished. Garage. $45 a
month. Call 9445. No. 3
WANTED-Graduate student or
working woman to share small
apartment. Mrs. H. R. Jones,
No. 14 Jefferson apt.
No. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
WANTED-Young man desires
roommate to share apartment
for summer. Convenient to cam-
pus. Dial 3671. No. 2, 3,
COMPLETELY furnished apart-
ment-Also large double room for
women. Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 E.
Washington. No. 2, 3, 4.
Blue Bird Hair Shot
WE SPECIALIZE IN LADIES' HAIR
Call 9616 and make an appointment to have your
hair trimmed to suit your features by Mr. Bartlett,
formerly with the J. L. Hudson Co.
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All University women are eligible
to use the facilities of the Women's
Athletic building this summer.
These facilities include tennis
courts, archery, showers, and
Any necessary readjustments for
physical education classes may be
made this week in the physical ed-
ucation offices in Barbour gym-
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