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July 24, 1934 - Image 4

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A bullet intended by officers for
the outlaw, John Dillinger, when, he
was shot down and killed on a Chi-
cago street strayed and struck Ther-
esa Paulus (above) in the hip.
Where To Go
2:00 -Michigan Theatre, "The Life
of Vergie Winters" with Ann Hard-
2:00 - Majestic Theatre, "Murder
in Trinidad" with Victor Jory and
Heather Angel.
2:00 --Wuerth Theatre, "Men in
White" with Cl'ark Gable and Myrna
4:00 -Same features at the three
4:10 - Conference, "Dealing with
Personal Problems of High School
Students," Gertrude Muxen, research
assistant in personnel problems
(Room 1022, University High School).
5:00 -Lecture, "Dante's Message
to the Modern World," Assistant Pro-
fessor Camillo P. Merlino.
7:00 - Same features at the three
8:15- Concert, Joseph Brinkman,
piano; Ruth Pfohl, harp; Arthur
Hackett, tenor; ensemble: Wassily
Besekirsky, first violin; Romine Ham-
ilton, second violin, Earl Slocum,
flute; Anthony Whitmire, viola;
Hanns Pick, cello; Clark Brody, clari-
Canoeing on the Huron every after-
noon and evening.
Dancing at the Blue Lantern Ball-
room, Island Lake, Lowry Clark and
his orchestra.
Phi Delta Kappa will hold its reg-
ular weekly luncheon this noon at
12:10 in the Union. The members
will hear Prof. George E. Carrothers
of the School of Education who will
speak on "The National Study of
Secondary School Standards."

The eighth of the Summer Session
excursions for 1934, under the direc-
tion of Prof. Carl J. Coe, will be made
Wednesday afternoon to Ford's
Greenfield Village at Dearborn.
There students will see Henry
Ford's collection of American his-
torical materials, grouped in and
around the entire town he has had
constructed there, representing the
typical central Michigan town of 80
years ago. Around the village green
are g r o u p e d the white-steepled
church, the colonial style town hall,
the red-brick schoolhouse, the tavern,
the country store, the post-office, the
toll gate station, the tin-type gallery,
and even the blacksmith shop.
To this community Mr. Ford has
also transferred buildings and equip-
ment connected with the inventions
of Thomas A. Edison, for instance, the
original Menlo Park laboratory, his li-
brary, and his first Menlo Park fac-
tory. There is also material con-
nected with such scientists as Bur-
bank, and their work.
There are also several recently
added features, and a tour of the
museum of early Americana for the
Those making the tour will leave
from in front of Angell Hall at 1 p.m.
Wednesday, and return at about 5 A5
p.m. The charge for transportation
to the Village will be $1.10, and the
admission to the Village will be 25
WE can't change the weather
but in an Old Town Canoe

LANSING, July 23.-(/P)- Chuck
Kocsis has bagged his third Michigan
amateur championship and demon-
strated that he is in a class by him-
self so far as golf - for fun - is con-
cerned in the Wolverine state.
The University of Michigan star
was four strokes under par for 30
holes Sunday as he took the meas-
ure of 19-year-old Robert Babbish,
Detroit public course player, eight up
and 'six to play. Babbish shot the
18 hole morning round in 72 strokes,
even par, and went to lunch two
down. Kocsis had toured the course
in 70.
The Lansing Country club course,
with its narrow winding fairways,
spelled trouble'for most of the con-
testants in the amateur tournament
whenever they' strayed off the nar-
row strips of green grass. But Kocsis
played his shots with mechanical
precision, from the rough, from the
traps, or from the fairway.
Many of his drives sailed into the
rough, but his recovery shots always
traveled straight for the greens, with
plenty of distance. The par five holes
always found his second shot within
a few yards of the pin,
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