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s 1932 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ZAG

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Flyer's Mother 'Listens In'

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Rains Hinder
Work at Mill
SpringsCamp
Geology and Geography
Students Have a Moist
Independence Day
MILL SPRINGS, Ky., July 8.-
(Special)--Heavy rains, swelling the
Cumberland river more than 10 feet,
soaking the fields, and blocking auto
transportation . for more . than two
days during the past week have se-
riously hindered the work of the
Geological and Geographical Field
stations he're
July 4, the only day of celebration
during the summer stay at the sta-
tions, kept most of the students in
the wet buildings. The baseball game
with Monticello, the "big game" of
the summer, had to be postponed.
Prof. Phillip Bursley, professor of
French and director of the Orienta-
tion period, visited the camp for four
days last week. The, heavy rains
and the - possibility that the roads
might be blocked forced his early
departure.
Steubenville fell victim to the sta-
tion's ball club last week with a
score of 8-3. Prof. I. D. Scott, of the
geology department, umpired the
game, "inefficiently," however, ac-
cording to Prof. Preston E. James
who was twice. called out on strikes.
The physiographers left yesterday
fr a three-day trip to the Cumber-
land Gap, the Stearns' coal mines,
and the falls of the Cumberland.
The geographers have been studying
the Nashville basin and the Cum-
berland plateau.
Women May Elect
Four.Week Class
n Various Sjports
Begining next week, July 11, a
series of four-week courses in swim-
ming, tennis and golf will be offered
by the department of physical edu-
cation for women.
Miss Ann Zauer will have a, swim-
ming class every Tuesday and
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at
the Union pool and one \ at 4:30
o'clock in the pool at Barbour gym-
nasium.
A four-weeks' tennis class will be
conducted by Miss Hilda Burr at 4
o'clock on Wednesday and Friday
afternoons.
The gylf class will be given at 7:30
Monday and Wednesday.

HOW THEY
STAND

AMERICAN LEAGUE LOST AND FOUND

New York........
Philadelphia.......
Detroit.............
Cleveland ..........
Washington .......
St. Louis ..........
Chicago ...........
Boston ............

W
51
46
42
42
40
37
27
15

L
24
32
30
34
37
37
47
59

Pct.
.680
.590
.583
.553
.519
.500
.365
.203

Friday's Results
New York. 3, Detroit 2.
Philadelphia 6-11, Chicago 4-2.
Cleveland 6, Washington 5.
St. Louis 8, Boston 4.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Pittsburgh........
Chicago ...........
Boston . ............
Philadelphia.......
Brooklyn ..........
St. Louis ..........
New York... .... .
Cincinnati .. ..... .

W L
41 30
40 34
41 35
39 41
37 39
36 38
33 38
36 48

Pct.
.577
.541
.539
.487
.487
.486
.465
.429

Associated Press Phote
Mrs. J. B. Griffin, mother of Bennett Griffin, who with James
Mattern attempted a round-the-world flight, is shown as she sat by
her radio in Oklahoma City, awaiting word of her son's fate.
Inch to Discuss State Hospital
Toda at Pubic Health Sessions

Dr. Nathan Sinai, associate pro-
fessor of hygiene and public health,
and Miss Marion Howell, director of
the University public health:nursing
district, Western Reserve university,
will address the 2 and,3 o'clock
meetings. Dr. Sinai will speak on
"The Present Economic Structure of
Medical Care," and Miss iowell on
"Current Problems in Public Health
Nursing."
-_ - _
igh i ning Kills Eigl
On Site of War Camp
BERLIN, July 8.-(AP)-A tele-
graften Union dispatch from War-
saw today said .eight persons were
killed by lightning Thursday at
Tuchola, formerly Tuchel, once an
American war prisoners' interment
camp.-

Friday's Results
Brooklyn 15, Cincinnati 5.
Pittsbprgh 8, New York 7.
Chicago 6, Philadelphia 4.
Boston 6, St. Louis 1.
'Working My Way
Through College'
Plea Heard Again
"Would you vote for me for
President of the United States?". "I
must see you on an important mat-
ter right .away"-these and other
mysterious statements, as well as
the time-worn "I'm working my way
through college" will greet Ann
Arbor householders for the next few
days.
Yes, you guessed. Ann Arbor has
been invaded by magazine subscrip-
tion salesmen. The .army, compris-
ing 17 men, has now arrived for
an indefinite stay. Fraternity and
sorority houses, fair game during the
regular session, are in the main
closed, so that the residents will
probably bear the brunt of the
attack.
RIDE at.
ULLISON
SDDL HTA L
OTWSTHURN. ST.

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FIRST METHODIST
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
State and Washington Streets
Ministers
Frederick B, Fisher
Peter F. Stair
10:45_ Morning Worship'
"II UNGER1 FOR EDUCATION"
Dr. Fisher
GCon in ig a s.ie:s ofg rnmoin it
"LiYing in ithe 20th Century")

THE WESLEY
FOUNDATION
State and Huron Streets
Edward W. Blakeman, Director
6:30 P.M.-Student Guild.
Prof. Preston Slosson, speaker
Subject: "The Functon of the
Educated 'Christian"
Fellowship hour follows.
9:30 P.M.-Class. Prof. OCorge E.
Carrothors, teacher.

FIRST
PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCIL
Huron and Division Streets
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Alfred Lee Klaer, Associate Minister
10:45 A.M.-Morning Worship
Sermon: "Work, Wages and Watnt,"
third in the series of the Greatest
Story in the World.
6:00 P.M.--Social Hour and Fellow-
ship Meeting for Young People.

T +C nge

" INCE I've bought my new Electroche!, I'
never have tb worry about getting home
early to begin dinner. The automatic Time7
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put the whole meal in the oven before I leave,
and set the clock for the correct Dooking time,
Then I forget all about it. The oven turns itself
on and off automatiay. When;I come home
dinner is waiting, perfertly cooked and ready
for the table.
"Now that I've discovered my new kitchen,
freedom, I wonder how I ever got along with-
out it. I enjoy many=added hours-of leisure and
find time for many things I could never do be-
fore. Thanks t3 my new electric range, I can
spend the-whole afternoon out-of-doors. It gives
me the best part of the day to myself. And one of
the things I like best about my new Electrochef
is that it never overheps the kitchen."V
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Detroit Edison oflice. There is no obligation.

FIRST
CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH,
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
SUNDAY, JULY 3
10:45 Morning Worship with ,ser-
mon by Mr. Heaps.
Subject: "Sky Lines, - How Far
Car You See,?"
The need of vision, of looking
with faith into the future, is im-
pera ive in these troublous and dis-
couraging days. We must be able
to'see the present not only in terms
of What has happened, but in the
light of the evolutionary principles
which the future will unfold. One
must lift himself out of his little
circumrscribed area into the purview
of social relationships. He must ex-
tend his sky line.
this is the, idea -which J shall
hope to bring out in the above ser-
mon.-A. R. H.
BET E HLHEM
1AVANGLLI,.CAL
(o r URh P
- fuh ii 1urth Avenue
Theodoru It. Shmalc, Pastor

~Attend.
Chrc
Reg'"lary
1 e1

THE
FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
on Eat t H.Hron below State
Rev. R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, University
NPastor
9:30- Church School. Dr. Logan,
Superintendent
lb:45-Worship and Sermon
Mr. Sayles will preach: "The Vic-
tory of Faith"
12:00 Noon -West alcove of church
auditorium. Students of Summer
Session will meet.
Walter Rauschenbusch, The Mod-
ern Prophet, Student Group Meet-
ing.
6:30-All students invited to social
hour and discussion meeting at
Guild House, 503 E. Huron oppo-
site the church. Mr. Arthur Bern-
hart, Grad,, will have charge
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor

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Rudget S FIRST
Payment U PAY-
Plan .. . MENT
-installed, ready to cook. Balance
small monthly payments. Sales under
these conditions to Detroit Edison
customers only.

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