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Concerts Here
Fletcher, Barry Perform
Tomorrow, Wednesday

News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press PicturesI

Varied Features
Offered Here
For 6th Week

Miss Helen Barry, sorano, of St
Paul, Minnesota, will give a recital al
R:15 p. m. Wednesday, in the Schoo
of Music Auditorium as partial ful-
fillment of the requirements for th
degree Bachelor of Music in th
School of Music.
Miss Barry has been a pupil o1
Prof. Arthur Hackett. Her program o
yocal selections will include, Fou
Uesprtti: "Un Verde Praticello Seza
Piante," "Jo Dei Sauti ve ne mand
Mille," E Tanto C'e Pericol Ch'io ti
Lasci," 0 Si Che Non Sapevo Sos-
pirace," all by Wolf-Ferrari; "Clair
de Lune," by Szulc; "Si Tu Le Veux,
by Koechlin; "Beau Spir," by De-
bussy; "Oh. Quand Je Dors," by
Liszt; and Les INilles de Cadix," by
William Fletcher, well-known Ann
Arbor pianist, will present as partial
fulfillment of the requirements for
the Bachelor of Music Degree a con-
cort of classical selections at 8:15
tomorrow in Hill Auditorium.
Mr. Fletcher has been a pupil of
Prof. Maud Okkelberg of the School
of Music. His recital will include,
"Toccata in E Minor," by Bach; "Ich
Ruf' Zu Dir, Herr," by Bach-Busoni
'"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," by
Bach-Hess; "Two Sonatas," by Scar-
latti; "Sonata, Op. 109," by Beetho-
ven; "Three Intermezzi, Op. 117,"
Brahms; "The White Peacock," and
"The Night Winds," by Griffes; and
"Ballade in G Minor," by Chopin.
SUNDAY,JULY 31, 1938
VOL. XLVHI. No. 30
Orchestra Concert. The Summer
Session Symphony Orchestra, Thor
jomnson, conductor, will give a con-
cert in Hill Auditorium Sunday after-
noon, July 31, at 4:15 o'clock. The
general public is invited to attend
without admission charge.
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet on Sunday, July 31 at 2:30 p.m.
at the northwest entrance of ,the
Rackham Building. The group will
then decide between Wampler's Lake
and Silver Lake as the location for a
swim, baseball game and picnic, Come
and bring your friends.
Attention: Faculty and Students,
Divijsion of Hygiene and Public
Health. There will be an all-de-
partment supper in the garden of the
League on Monday, Aug. 1, at 6:30
p.m. Reservations may be made in
Room 2, Waterman Gymnasium, un-
til noon on Monday.:
Colloquium in Physical Chemistry
will ,be held on Monday, Aug. 1 at
4:15 p.m. in the amphitheatre of the
Horace H. Rackham School of Grad-
uate Studies: Dr. J. O. Hirschfelder
of the University of Wisconsin will
speak on "Determination of van der
Waals' forces from the Joule-Thom-
son Effect." All interested are invited.
Cabaraet Supper Dance Committee:
Meeting Monday night at 7 p.m. .in
the Kalamazoo Room of the Michi-
gan League. All members please be
Golf Movie: A movie film of golf
will be shown for summer school stu-
dents on Monday, Aug. 1 at the Wom-
en's-Athletic Building at 7:30 p.m.
Those not enrolled in the classes are
cordially invited.
Mr. Gerald Bush of the 3tate Parole
Board in Lansing will speak in the
University High School Auditorium
on Monday, Aug. 1, at 4:05 p.m. His
subject is "Application- of Education
Techniques to Penology and Parole
Lecture: "The Siberian Landscape"
by Prof. George B. Cressey of Syra-
cuse University in the Lecture Hall of

the Rackham Building at 4:30 p.m.
Monday afternoon.
The Cabaret Supper Dance, Tues-
day; Aug. 2, from 6:30 to'9:30. There'
will be dinner, dancing, and a floor
show. Tickets are limited to 300. Get
your tickets from members of the
Women's Education Club.
Commercial Education Students:
Inspection tour of the University Hos-
pital offices and a watermelon party
afterwards on the Island, Tuesday,
Aug. 2, 7 p.m. Meet on the second'
floor of the University Hospital. Tick-
ets may be obtained at University
High School office and from com-
mittee members in commercial edu-
cation classes, price 10 cents.
Graduation Recital. William Fletch-
er, pianist, of Ann Arbor, will give a
recital in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the Bachelor of
Music degree in the School of Music
Auditorium Monday evening, Aug. 1,
at 8:15 o'clock. The general public
is invited to attend without admission
Phi Delta Kappa. The regular week-
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When mariners mourn the passing of the ship, it's apt to be a desolate scene like this, at the harbor en-
trance of Gloucester, Mass. The 100-foot fishing boat Uncle Sam was pounded on the rocks-a total loss--
despite the dumping of 45,000 pounds of mackerel in effort to float her. The crew of 16 salvaged their per-
sonal effects before abandoning ship.

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s 2tion Club's Cabaret dinner-dance is
being given from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
in the League ballroom.
Prospects for movies this week are
fine. Sunday through Tuesday Wall
Berry and Maureen O'Sullivan play
opposite each other in a dramatic new
sea story entitled "Port of Seven
Seas." Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday Mary Carlisle and Lloyd Nolan
are in "Tip Off Girls" which runs in
a double feature with Frank McHugh
in "He Couldn't Say No." The Shirley
Temple fans are to get another big
thrill on .Saturday when she will
play with George Murphy in "Little
Miss of Broadway."
At the Michigan Katherine Hep-
burn is starring in "Holiday" which
.h, runs from Sunday through Wednes-
day. Thursday, Friday and Saturday
a double feature is offered and it
ought to be a good combination. Hi-
Keeping powder dry was problem for soldiers who fired machine 1 larious and simple is the Laurel and
gun from raft during regatta at Vienna. Hardy production entitled "Swiss
Miss" which runs on the same bill
with Wayne Morris in "Men Are
Such Fools." ' The philosophy ought
to be good.
' Opening the week at the Orpheum
is another Shirley Temple; this time
it's "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm"
billed with "Paradise for Three."
Starting Wednesday and running to
tehe end of the week Kay Frances
appears in "First Lady" and on the
same program Karen Morley plays in
"On Such a Night."
The other downtown movie house
3 >Y is offering' the second run of "Test
Pilot," the vehicle that presents
Spencer Tracy in another highly dra-
matic role. With him are Clark Gable
and Myrna Loy who by no means
z 1 r turn in their best performances. This
is to run Sunday through Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday a double
feature is being offered. Gene Ray-
Mond in "Stolen Heaven" will be
shown along with "Lady in the
Morgue" starring Preston Foster. The
week is concluded with Robert Mont-
,. . AU gdmery in the "First Hundred Years"
However you slice it it's still watermelon, U. S. Supreme Court Justice nd Charles Bickford in "Gangs of
Hugo Black found, carving melon at Colorado mountain ranch near _NewYork.
Breckenridge, under watchful eye of Mrs. Black. The family spentt.
vacation in Colorado. Today 1:00 - 11:30 P.M.
was a badly beaten player as he left
the court. The match lasted little
more than an hour.-STARTING TODAY
Alice Marble of San Francisco and
Mrs. Sarah Palfrey Fabyan of Cam- TY
bridge, Mass., captured the women's HMOST
doubles championship by trouncing i EXCITING ROMANCE!
Mrs. Dorothy Andrus of New York
nd Mme. Sylvia Henrotin of France,
3-6 6-0, 6-0.
NOW-Today 1:00-11 30 PM
English chill so nipped Long KATHARINE
Jump Champion A. Maffei who is ,
from the warmer Italian climate sh
that he rigged himself out like this
while not competing in a recent CARY
amateur athletic association meet-
ing in a London stadium.
______ RANT
Bobby Riggs Wins ...
Sea Bri"t Crown
Sea S BN anAxe l3
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SEA BRIGHT, N. J., July 30-G)-(T}= for a
Bobby Riggs of Chicago swept' mr[ro nF
through Elwood T. Cooke of Port-
land, Ore., in straight sets today to
capture the Sea Bright Invitation
Tennis Tournament Championship
for the second consecptive year. The
scores were 6-1, 6-3, 6-1. .eGf
Playing superbly, the nation's sec- Pa
end ranking player set the pace to
suit himself throughout and Cooke p -:
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Face lifting of Vienna buildings has been ordered by Nazi regime which decreed that old and ugly houses
be demolished and replaced by homes in new German style.

City area and vicinity will . hold a
luncheon meeting at the Michigan
League, Tuesday noon, 12 o'clock,
Aug. 2. Dean Edmonson will speak
on "Highlights of the University of
Michigan." Make reservations by
calling 2-3251.
Linguistic Institute Luncheon Con-
ference, Tuesday, 12:10 p.m., Michi-
gan Union. Dr. Murray B. Emeneau
will speak on "Problems in Dravidian
Phonetics and Phonemics."
Chemistry Lecture: The sixth in the
series of Chemistry lectures will be
given by Professor E. Bright Wilson
of Harvard University on Wednesday,
Aug. 3 at 4! 15 p.m. in the amphi-
theatre of the Hgrace H. Rackham
School of Graduate Studies. Sub-
ject: Interatomic Forces and Mole-
cular Spectra. All interested are in-
The German Table will go on a pic-
nic Wednesday, Aug. 3. Cars will
leave from the parking space at Old
University Hall at 5 p.m. Please make
reservations through the office of
the German Department, 204 U.H. by
Tuesday noon.
Excursion to Put-in-Bay, Wednes-
day, Aug. 3. Trip to a beautiful island
in Lake Erie. A steamer ride of 125
miles; visit to several caves on the
island, Perry's Monument, and otherj
points of geologic and scenic interest.
Prof. I. D. Scott of the Department
of Geology will accompany the group
as lecturer.' Special bus to boat dock
leaves Ann Arbor at 7:30 a.m. and re-
turns at 9:30 p.m. Reservations may
be made in the office of 'the Summer
Session, 1213 Angell Hall.
Thunder Over China: Talking and
silent motion pictures on the war in
China, supplemented by a lecture by
Dr. F. S. Onderdonk on "From World
War to World Community" will be
presented Thursday, Aug. 4, 8 p.m. in
Natural Science Auditorium. Admis-
sion 20 cents; tickets at Wahr's and:
(Continued on Page 4)

Robert McCurdy, his ear to the ground, is operating radio to keep 1
in touch with Maurice Ewing, Lehigh University scientist directing '
sub surface exploration of land between Bridgeport and Avalon, N. J.
He is also planning oceanic surveys.'

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