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July 07, 1937 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JtJ Y 7, 1937

TH-.._A A T ENSDY UY ,13

Crickets Denude Farms
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Charge
Dance;

L ouis To Fight
British Champ
In Title Bout
NEW YORK, July 6.- U) - The
New York State Athletic Commission
today formally approved a heavy-
weight title match between Joe Louis
and Tommy Farr, British Empire
title-holder, in a sudden move that
apparently left Max Schmeling once
more on the outside looking in.
The fight, at 15 rounds, will be held
in the Yankee Stadium, Promoter
Mike Jacobs said, but the date is un-
certain. After gaining the Commis-
sion's consent to holding the match
the week of Sept. 13, Mike indicated
he may try to switch it to an August
date.
Louis, who won the title by knock-
ing out Jimmy Braddock at Chicago
last month, will defer his proposed
trip to England until after the match
with Farr, Jacobs said.
Ted Broadribb, manager of Farr,
has indicated that with the Louis
match assured, the British champion
will not go through with a scheduled
tussel with Schmeling in London I
IFOUNTAIN)I
SPECIALS
Heavy Malted Milks
12c

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Millions of Mormon crickets
swarmed in on Sundance, Wyo.,
leaving in their wake barren fields
like those attacked by grasshoppers
in neighboring Colorado. The
giant insects are shown attacking
the dead bark on a cedar fence
post.
MARRIOTT ON CARILLON
Three selections written especially
for the carillon will be given in the
14th carillon concert at 7:30 p.m. to-
morrow. Frederick L. Marriott, of the
University of Chicago, will be guest
carillonneur. "Sonata," by Van,
Hoof, "Preludium" by Denyn, and
"Fantasia" by Nees are the three fea-
ture numbers in the concert of seven
selections.
HOME-COOKED
FOOD

Delicious Sodas
Sundaes . . .
Orangeade. . .
Limeade ....

12c
12C

.1c
1oc

MALTED MILK
and TOASTED
SANDWICH
22c

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Try
30c
1

Our SPECIAL
LUNCHEON
1 :30 to 1 :30

Dinner 5:15 to 8
Plenty of Parking Space
THREE
DELIGHTFULLY COOL
DINING ROOMS

SWIFT'S
Drug Store
340 5. State St.
Phone 3534
Delivery Service
- - - _______________________

Bright Spot
802 Packard

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The COLLINS Shoppe
JULY CLEARANCE
Better Frocks
Priced In Three Groups - - Summer Frocks
Including the Famous ELLEN KAYES

$7.95

$10
Formerly to $19.75

Formerly to $16.95
This group includes cottons,
washable crepes and prints.

White
navy

and pastel crepes,
and black sheers,
Prints

Dinner SUMMER LINEN ONE LOT White and
and Formal HATS BLOUSES HOSE Pastel
DRESSES $1.95 GLOVES
Formerly to $5.00 1.39 691f!
Ft P rit$2 .9 5Fot $ 5 F r e
Formerly to $7.50 Formerly $1.95 Formerly to $1.15 Formerly $1.00

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