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W, JULY 10, 1930

THE SUMMER M+CMGAN DAILY

LY, JULY 10, 1930 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FOR MEDAL FLIGHT
OF NATIONAL OPEN
Famous Players Practice Shots
for Tournament Beginning
at Interlachen Today.
JONES TO MATCH FIELD
Hagen and Farrell With Other
Favorites Prepare to
Face Champion.
(By Associated Press)
MINNEAPOLIS, July 9. -Ameri-
ica's big parade of golfing greats
went through their final rehearsals
for the National Open champion-
ship at old Interlachen today as
the world of golfdom doubtfully
wondered if it included a shotmak-
er capable of stopping the triumph-
ant march of the one and only'
Bobby Jones.'
Ever since Boboy first trooped
out of Atlanta bent for conquest
almost a decade ago, he has been a,
threat to win the most coveted of,
all American golf crowns. But this
time, fresh from his brilliant for-
eign victories, he stands out as the
most prohibitive favorite ever toa
compete for any golfing diadem,
however large or small.
The championship Inter l a c h e n
course was admirably suited to his
shots and back of it all was a burn-
ing ambition to sweep before him
the major championships on this
side of the Atlantic as he has done
in England.
Hope springs eternal, however,
and it was high in the hearts of<
many of Bobby's 146 rivals, who
will fight against him on the 72-
hole medal battle which opens to-t
morrow. Some believed the champi-
on would crack under the physicalt
and mental strain of the past
month; others like Walter Hagen,I
Horton Smith, Johnny F a r r e 11,
George Von Elm, Gene Sarazen,F
Tommy Armour, Jimmy Johnston,
MacDonald Smith, Leo Diegel, BillI
Mehlhorn and Cyril Tolley, Greatz
Britain's sole representative, were1
ready to match his card.

HOSPITAL SOCIAL SERVICE WORKER
DESCRIBES CHILD CARE PROGRAMS
"Recreation, education, and med- the Hospital for the first time in
ical care are activities planned for the United States. T h e K i n g s'

the children in the hospital, super-
vised and conducted by the Social
Service department," Miss Dorothy
Ketcham, head of the Social Serv-
ice department of the University
Hospital, stated in a recent inter-
view. "Only a few years ago these
children were practically discarded
and grew up to be burdens on the
state, but now those who could not
formerly receive treatment because
of financial conditions in the home,
are brought here and given care at
the expense of the state or through
gifts. Our department finds out
who these children are by means of
branches in other cities, through
district and school nurses, and pro-
bate judges."
"Most of these children are in the
hospital for a long period of time,
often from one to three years.
Their school-work is neglected and
they would fall so far behind that
they would find difficulty in going
on with it if it were not for the in-
struction they receive here. Several
students have been graduated from
the eighth grade, and others have
been able to finish with their own
classes in high schools at home, one
student this year having been
granted a high school diploma by
PLAYER RECOUNTS'
S T A G E TROUBLES.
"I don't think anyone realizes
what it is to get a show up in a
week", said Pauline Bauersmith,
'31, who played the part of Mrs.
Sheridan in "Close Harmony"
which opened last night in the Ly-
dia Mendelssohn theatre. "There
are rehearsals all the time, day
and night".
"I think college dramatics are;
excellent fo'r the elementary part,
of dramatic training", she contin-
ued. "There is a certain amount
of technique you have to learn,
sometime. A stock company is1
good also, but if you stay in one
too long you get stale. A, year is1
enough."
Miss Bauersmith is a student in1
the drama department in the Car-1
negie Institute of Technology, and
has appeared professionally with
a stock company in Pittsburgh. 1

Daughters organization started the
custom several years ago of main-
taining a teacher and since then
'several more have been added,"
said Miss Ketcham.

University Women to be Given
Instruction in Art of

"A new intermediate teacher will I CLASS

be added in the South Department
next year and there will be im-
provements in equipment and per-
sonnel.
"The younger children have su-
pervised recreation of the kinder-
garten type. The Kiwanis Club has
sponsored the playground at Con-
valescent Hospital and helps with
the various parties given at Christ-
mas, Hallowe'en, and on other holi-
days. The Rotarians devote a great
deal of time and money to the
crippled children and bring as
many as eight and ten a week from
all over the state in private or
hired cars for treatment."
"The greatest factor in the situ-
ation is the continuity of the work."
declared Miss Ketcham. "The child
is traced before he enters the hos-
pital, and his progress is followed
in the institution, his parents are

Owing
the first
dancing,

notified of his condition at regular bowling alleys, golf cages, and a
intervals. After being dismissed, he lounge. The tennis courts are
is kept tract of all the time and open from 8 in the morning until
brought back whenever necessary. dark. They are reserved for wo-
The habits and training received in men players only from 8 to 12 and
the hospital are important in im- from 2 to 6. From 7:30 to 10 on
proving the lives of these children Tuesday and Thursday evenings
andt many grateful people come the Union pool is open to women.
every day to show their apprecia- A new beginner's swimming class,
tion for the greater advantages it which will meet for 16 lessons, will
has given them." be held at 5 o'clock in Barbour
pool four times a week. A new
Carrohersto A dres class in the fundamentals of golf
Ca others to Address will be held at 4 o'clock on Palmer
Education Association field. There will be 16 lessons.
There is also room for more stu-
Prof. George E. Carrothers of the dents in the 10 o'clock golf class,
secondary education department the 9 and 10 o'clock swimming
of the School of Education has ac- classes, and the 11 o'clock tennis
cepted an invitation to lecture be- class.
fore the Montana Education Asso-
ciation in the latter part of Octo- PORTABLE
ber. PRTBL
According to Professor Carro- TYPEWRITERS
thsers, the meeting of the Associa- We have all makes.
tion will be attended by several Remington, Royals,
thousand educators. He expects Corona, Underwood
to lecture at Billings, Montana, on Colored duco finishes. Price $60
October 23, and to proceed to
Great Falls, where he will speak on O. D. MORRILL
the two following days. 314 South State St. Phone 6615

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The most popular ready-to-
eat cereals served in the
dining -rooms of American
colleges, eating clubs and
fraternities are made by
Kellogg in Battle Creek.
They' include Kellogg's
Cora Flakes, Pep Bran
Flakes, Rice Krispies, Wheat
Krumbles and Kellogg's
Shredded Whole Wheat Bis-
cuit. Also Kaffee Hag Cof-
fee -the coffee that lets
you sleep.

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AROUND the turn . . . into the
stretch ... four men side by side.
. .. One of them will pull ahead
and Rash through the tape-- a
winnerl
You can bet he's fit! He looks
healthy, and he's healthy inside
too. No man can have a system
clogged with waste, and do his best.
Kellogg's ALL-BRAN, a pure,
wholesome cereal, is guaranteed to
prevent constipation. Two table-
spoonfuls a day are enough. ALL-
BRAN is delicious with milk or
cream, mixed with other cereals, or
with fruit or honey added. Ask
that it be served at your frater-
nity house or favorite campus
restaurant.
ALL-BRAN

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Last Two Days-Today and Friday
All Ann Arbor is
Humming the Hit Songs from
HARRY RICHMAN S Daily
at
1pn On 2:00
3:50
The Ritz"7:00
9:00
WITH9-
Lilyan Tashman Joan Bennett Call
Ailien Pringle Jimmy Gleason 6415
EXTRA
Talking Comedy Sound Novelty

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