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FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1937

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

PAGE THUIE

NEWS
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)
Crew Is Named
For Atlantic Flight

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4'10(derl' n'Diana's' On Palmer Field

Tigers Beaten Schools Of Education, Business,
As Sox Enjoy Give Aid To Commerce Teachers
Dykes'Birthday ciples of accounting, which is offered
-'__Special Courses Arranged, by the economics department.
4 Mondsmen Fail To Stop In Technique, Teaching, The rapidly growing commercial
4 Monbnen ail o Sop nd dzniistalioii departments of the secondary schools
ChicagoBarra e; Annex And Administration ihave created this need for more ade-
quate preparation. The University is
Series, 2-1 Teachers of commercial subjects, meeting the demand not only with
ande s cilc th a hb t th specially designed programs, but also

Rotary Group
Again Grants
Scholarships
Scholarships to the University will
again this year be presented to
graduates of the city's three high
schools by the Ann Arbor Rotary
Club, it was announr~r d ct di by

NEW YORK, July 1.-(P)-A 31-
year-old native of Iowa, Capt. Harold
E. Gray, was named commander to-
night of the first survey flight of a
Pan-American clipper plane across
the Atlantic Ocean, to be started
Saturday from Port Washington,
Long Island.
Capt. Gray, veteran of Pan Ameri-
can's Pacific service, and commander
of survey flights which preceded op-
ening of regular service between New
York and Bermuda, will share the 22-
3/4 ton Sikorsky flying boat with six
other crewmen.
They are first officer William S.
De Lima, with nine transpacific
flights "to his credit; second officer
William H. Masland, who has made
eight round trip flights to the Or-
ient; engineering officer C. D.
Wright; radio officer Thomas J.
Roberts; assistant engineering off i-
cer E. Walter Smith; and ship's
clerk William Thaler.
Pan American officials said the
"Pan American Clipper" would leave
its Port Washington base early Sat-
urday for te Imperial Airways base
at Botwood, Newfoundland, 1,072
miles from New York.

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Ssp y daymsose wo comeo butaso ,ce yeserayoy
HCG, July 1.-P-TheChi-positions with preparation for only a iund faculty advisers for both its Prof.-Emeritus Edwin C. Goddard of
cago White Sox celebrated Manager part of their responsibility, are find- deg tg e the Law School, chairman of the
Jim Dykes' 1937 debut at third base ing the combined services of the nts.
toazybnigfu etotpth colo Euain h colo Dr. C. . Davis, secretary of the club's sholarsmp committee.
today by anging four Detroit pitch-I School of Education, the School of education school, assigns the advisers This is the fourth consecutive year
ers for 20 hits and a 15-8 victory. The Business Administration and the ec- to the former, while those seeking that the Rotary club has given these
41-year-old Dykes, whose previous onomics department a valuable aid the more advanced degree are re- scholarships. Competition for them
participation in his 20th big league this summer in acquiring an adequate ferred to the chairman of the edu- is open to 1937 graduates of Ann Ar-
S, I season, had been limited to two fu- background for their field of interest, cation school's graduate study com- bor high school, University high
'tile pinch-hitting appearances, him- Special courses have been arranged mittee, Dr. Clifford Woody. Ap- school and St. Thomas high school.
" q, self led the slugfest with a double, to take care of this definite need, the proximately 20 regular sequences are The awards are to be used for at-
" 'three singles and a walk for a perfect business school and the economics de- available to these students, and they tendance at the University during the
Members of the highyarday. He drove in three of the runs, partment providing instruction in are assigned to one of the seven mem- coming academic year. Eight new
g emses f the highly popular archery clas are these modernized The victory gave the Chicagoans subject matter, and the education bers of the committee, who will serve scholarships were awarded last year,
gcdysss cf the hunt. Arhery, the sport that dates back to the earliest the series, two games to one, and in- school dealing wtih problems of meth- as adviser throughout the student's and two, previously given, continued.
a ofnis shown here as practiced b regular physical education creased their second place margin to od, teaching, technique, philosophy period of graduate study. Applications for this year's scholar-
classeso ( ichigan women. Started as a corrective exercise, the class two games. and supervision and administration. - ships are being received by George E.
is now crowded by many who find in it their chief recreation. Cletus Poffenberger, rookie right- The 24-hour program that leads to Lewis, 1053 Lincoln Ave, secretary
___I__hander getting his first major league the master's degree in this field pro- i ar > Loses- of the club.
starting chance on his 21st birthday; vides that 10hours will be devoted to Seven of the winners of last year's
Roxy Lawson,. George Gill and courses in the field of specialization, .S. llin inated awards were guests of the club at
Scc otron ProhesA tom ic Energyhoolboy Rowe wereall victime of such as commercial subjects,curriU- their regular weekly meeting Wednes-
Conb AcetheSox barrage. lar problems and study of the de- day in the Union
For Meical a d Chemcal Us Jack Hayes Homers velopments in methods of teaclhing Wibldo _____________
Jack Hayes homered for the Sox, commercial subjects; eight hours to
T__while Rudy York hit a consolation be required of subject-matter classes and then win the set, her Wimbledon
round tripper for the Tigers. in economics, sociology or business, WIMBLEDON, England, July 1.- goose was cooked.
Radioactive Ions Valuable chemical reactions whose mechanism Driving Poffenberger from the and six hours given to elective courses U)-For only the second time in 11 Mlle. Jedrzejowska, who looks
111 BOtany, etl~lurgyhas hitherto been unknown. These I mound with a four run blast in the in education. years, there'll be no American girl on slightly muscle-bound but has a fore-
y,. gy, ions are effectively tagged by their third inning and pounding Lawson Flexibility of this program is evi- Wimbledon's center court when theand drive like a mule's kick, never
(' e, hemiistr'y radioactivity and their course through for four more in the fifth and still denced in the provisions that, after 12 women's all-England tennis gave the United States champion a
the reaction may be observed with an another quartet in the sixth, the Sox hours of work have been completeda pionship is decided on Saturday. set. Acto get started ire the seond
By JACK DAVIS electroscope. Rave Vernon Kennedy a 12-1 lead graduate student may if he wishes. A composite pictures of the set
Great stores of energy, more in- Similar applications have been toward his season's seventh victory., submit a petition to substitute six Blond Alice Marble, California's would show Alice sprinting madly
tense than those emitted by radium, found in botany where radioactive Kennedy, however, weakened after additional hours of work for the last hope of supplying a successor to from corner to corner retrieving her
are being unlocked by University popnotas ee roce out a triple m the fifth and thesis, and, for those with a strong Helen Wills Moody and Helen Jacobs opponent's burning drives until she
physicists as they probe the nucleus the sap and its progress through the after he walked the first batter in the subject-matter background, courses on the roll of Wimbledon winners, missed or set one up for the Polish
of the atom with the cyclotron. tree watched. These experiments seventh, he was touched for five mainly from the education school may fell before the raking drives of Jad- star to pounce upon.
Minute quantities of radioactive is- have caused a revision of notions on straight hits and the Tigers scored be elected wiga Jedrzejowska, uxom Polish sec-. The strange thing about the to
otopes can be produced, which be- the ways in which plants receive food. six uns in the inning before Clint Specific courses that are designed retary, 8-6, 6-2, in the first of to- girls who have survived the field is
Metallurgy, too, has found uses for Brown, ace Sox relief artist, restored to acquaint teachers and prospective day's semi-finals, the opposite means by which they
energy with many times the intensity these convenient atoms that can be teachers with the changing times, In the other, Dorothy Round, the ent peak. Mss dater of
of an equivalent amount of radium, identified as they accomplish their Gerald Walker pulled a leg muscle and assure them of a practical busi- 1934 champion who is making a glor- ent peak Miss Round, daughter of
Prof. James M. Cork stated yesterday. tasks. The diffusion of iron mole- in the fourth inning and Jo-Jo White ness education are those such as busi- ious comeback after two years of
"During the operation of the cyclo- cules in iron is being studied by their went to center field, Pete Fox shift- nes law and industrial relations, of- tennis obscurity, easily trimmed least 10 pounds since she won the
tron, moreover, neutron radiation is aid. This is very valuable in study- ing to Walker's place in the rightI fered in the business school, and prin- France's famous veteran, Mme. Si- title three years ago. Jeddy," on
given off greater than that which ing the tendency of iron to be brittle Garden. mone Mathieu, 6-4, 6-0. the other hand, was shaped likea
givenwoufd e teru tdhanyhat whiu-chfter suh retment.15 Runs In Four Stanzas barrel two years ago and has taken
would be produced by many thou- after such treatment. The Sox got four runs each in the Dorothy's play in the second set in off about 10 pounds. It has agreed
sands of grams of radium and beryl- third, fifth and sixth innings and t alloo which she made only two errors and with both of them.
Hum if such a source were available." fe g 1 ity bt s three in the seventh, yielded only five points bordered on Individuals tonight were offering as
Radioactivity Produced In eligiilit~y H its" I The White Sox half of the sixth ,J T *~ the sensational and automatically high as $30 for a center court seat for
By bmadn oecutles of ma arted with a single by Bonura, the ntW as Eight esablhher a favoriteorte omorrow's men's final between Amer-
elements with deuterons, the nuclei-I K e y W olverine Appling and Hayes popped, Dykes inals. icas Don Budge and Germany's
of heavy hydrogen atoms, it has al- singled, sending Bonura to third. Sew- T ea , Entered Miss Marble, by turns playing fu- Baron Gottfried Von Cramm.
ready been possible to produce more F ell singled to score Bonura and Ken- riously good and strikingly bad ten-
than a hunudred different isotopes Foo tb allM en nedy's triple tallied Dykes and Sew- nis, gave Mlle. Jedrzejowska consid-
possessing radioactive characteristics, ell. Acting Manager Del Baker sent Eight teams have entered the In- erably more difficulty before she final- MATINEES 25c EVENINGS 35c
Professor Cork said, and many of Gill to the mound to relieve Lawson. went under.
these have been made here at Michi- (Continued from Page 1) Radcliff scored Key h a si tramuralsoftball league, it was an- enactua led, 5-3, in the first
gan for the first time. then Kreevich forced Radcliff. nounced yesterday by Randolph W.
of ~rlnv no 7 ,x.7 .......- . - ,-- 4 etand once was at Se;T]l t in l t

State's In Black;
Red Coming Up
LANSING, July 1.-(/P)-Auditor-
General George T. Gundry said the
state entered a new fiscal year today,
with a cash balance of about $7,000,-
000 on hand. A huge deficit was in
prospect for the coming 12 months,
however.
Despite its "money in the bank" as
it entered the new year, the state
faced the prospect of an unbalanced
budget presented by the 1937 legis-
lature. The best estimates by legisla-
tive financial experts disagreed as to
whether there was a $10,000,000 or,
$16,000,000 gap between pledged ex-
penditures and anticipated income.
Non-Union Detroiter
li Hospital From Beating
DETROIT, J u l y 1.-(/P)-P a t
Murphy, 47-year-old Plymouth Mo-
tor Company employe was treated at
Harper hospital today after he was
beaten during an altercation near
the factory.
Police Inspector Henry Van Cop-
penolle said that at the request of
Plymouth officials Murphy had been
given a police escort to his home on
three preceding days because he
feared reprisal for his refusal to join
the United Automobile Workers'
Union.
Coppenolle quoted Murphy as say-
ing 25 to 30 men appeared at a
parking lot as lie got in his car today,
that he reached for a shotgun he
carried and that it discharged, strik-
ing another parked car. The men
then beat Murphy, Coppenolle was
told, until plant guards- came to his
rescue.

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Used To Treat Cancer
These isotopes, he continued, have
identical properties with the element
in its more stable form. Because of
their radioactivity they have already
found a number of very interestingl
applications. They may have, be-
cause of their short life, as yet un-
determined advantages in the treat-
ment of cancer. Ordinary radium
compounds have a life period of as
much as 4,000 years and compounds
introduced into the body remain thereI
for the patient's life. On the other
hand, radioactive sodium, for example
disintegrates after 15 hours.
Radioactive ions have proven veryl
valuable in tracing the course of

of wnom are doped to assume a good
share of the responsibilities of this
fall's campaign, are also numbered
among the summer school group that
more than forms a complete eleven.
They are fullback Norm Nickerson
Sand wingback Bob Piotrowski.
Following is the complete list of
ineligibles:
Definitely out: John Jordan, Evan-
ston, center; Joe Woods, Chicago tail-
back; August Fabyan, Muskegon,
blocking back; Joe Goldberg, Middle-
town, N. Y., blocking back; Don Page,
Chicago, fullback; Ernest Zielinski,
Bay City, end; Don Cash, Elmhurst,
Ill., end; Al Slawinski, Saginaw, end;
Charles Bowers, Pontiac, end.
In summer school: John Kinsey,
Plymouth ,fullback; Norm Nickerson,
Detroit, fullback; Ed. Phillips, Brad-
ford, Pa., wingback; John Brennan,
Racine, Wis., guard; George Mar-
zonie, Flint, guard; Robert Piotrow-
ski, Manistee, wing back; Milo Sukup,
Muskegon, wing back; Don Siegel,
Royal Oak, tackle; Ed. Christy, Gary,
Ind., fullback; Dick Papp, Gary, Ind.,
tackle; Ed. Valek, Holly, end; Norm
Purucker, Poland, O., tailback.

The Tigers started a rally in the
seventh that produced six runs. York
walked and went to third as Tebbetts
singled. Gill's double scored York
and sent Tebbetts to third. Fox
doubled, scoring Tebbetts and Gill.
Rogell singled to score Fox. Clifton
ran for Rogell. Gehringer came up
with a single and Brown replaced
Kennedy on the rubber. When Ap-
pling fumbled Greenberg's grounder
and then threw into the dugout Clif-
tcn scored, Gehringer took third and
Hank reached second. White walked,
filling the bases. Goslin fanned and
White forced York at second, Gehr-
inger scoring. Tebbetts walked and
again the bags were loaded. Bolton,
batting for Gill, fanned for the final
out.
Rowe pitched as the Sox came up
in the seventh. F. Walker opened
with a single, Bonura fouled out and
Appling singled. Hayes singled, scor-
ing Walker, and Dykes scored Ap-
pling with a one-bagger. Sewell
forced Dykes. Brown singled, scoring
Hayes, and Radcliff forced Brown for
the last putout.

Webster, who
ity. A schedu
be drawn up
There are s
of the teams
interestedin
mer can do s
Intramural S]
Teams that
managers are
Faculty, Carl
H. F. Henry;
ing; A.F. of
A. M. Leslie;
berg, and the
low.
A separate1
in the educal
ganized July8
are expected
would make ti
than were en
also issued a c
in officiating
port at his of
ment.

is directing that activ-
ule for the summer will
immediately.
till vacancies on several
he saidband anyone
playing ball this sum-
o by seeing him at the
ports Building.
have entered and their

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blast it over the baseline. When she
then permitted the Polish girl to deuce
Lewis &Frisinger
Get Road Contract

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Two Features!

: CIO, Edwin Taylor; The State Highway department has
Litzenberg; Bearcats, just entered into a contract with the
Chemists, Hale Cowl- Lewis & Frisinger Co. of Ann Arbor
L., Mr: Rankin; Reds, for the construction of a new 20-foot
Giants, F. J. Hingel- highway on US-10, which will run
Stalwarts, R. O. Band- from Lake Station east in Clare
county for a distance of 4.775 miles.
loop, composed of those State Highway Commissioner Mur-
tion school, will be or- ray D. Van Wagoner, announced yes-
8, he stated. Five teams terday that this program is only a
to enter then, which part of a building program requiring
he total 13, or four more the spending of $1,733,320. The fi-
tered last summer. He nancing will be on a matched fund
all to anyone interested basis by the State and Federal gov-
at these games to re- ernments. To date, this is the larg-
ffice for further assign- est expenditure for highway con-
struction, since June 'of 1936.

JANE WITHERS
"ANGEL'S
HOLI DAY"
and
Rochelle Hudson
"THAT I
MAY LIVE"
Coming Saturday
Edw. G. Robinson
Bette Davis in
"KID GALAHAD"

SPORTS ENTRY BLANK
Intramnral Sports Department
All men students are eligible for competition in the following
sports. Check on the list below the sports in which you wish to
participate.
No Entry Fee Is Required
The Intramural Sports Department will make drawings and sched-
ules, furnish equipment needed for team sports, and provide officials
for the contests where necessary. Notification of opponent and time
of play will be mailed to each participant.
Softball ( ) Archery ( )
Swimming ( ) Horseshoe Singles ( )
Golf ( ) Horseshoe Doubles ( )
Tennis Singles ( ) ( )
Tennis Doubles ( ) Squash ( )

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