THE TGHIjA DAILY
TUESDAY, _ JULY 25, 1939
THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1939
$150,000 Snow Cruiser Designed For Use In Antarctic
Downs John Bailey, 3-2;
Is Third Alumnus To
Win In Four Years
Bill Barclay, Former Michigan star,
and member of the Summer Session
climaxed a brilliant golf career Sun-
day by downing John Bailey of Gull
Lake, 3-2, to win the State Amateur
golf crown at the Gull Lake Club near
Barclay, the first Flint player to
win the tournament, played 104 holes
in the six matches of his competition
in five under par and went into the
finals by crushing a former rival from
Michigan State, Roy Nelson, 5-4. In
his opening match he went 23 holes
to down John Leidy of Ann Arbor,
freshman star at the University last
Barclay became the third Michigan
graduate to 'take the crown in the
last four years. Dave Ward won in
1936, and Chuck Kocsis, won in 1937.
In taking the title, he joined his sis-
ter, Mrs. Donald Weiss, who 10 days
ago won the Women's State Amateur
Barclay had been one of the out-
standing all-around athletes at Mich-
igan when the graduated in 1938. In
addition to being a member of the
golf team for three years, he played
quarterback on the football team for
three years and was a forward on
the basketball team for two years. In
all he won eight letters. .
After receiving his degree next
month, he. will become football and
basketball coach at Davison High
Cards of the finalists and par:
Par out..........444 353 445-36
Barclay out ......353 353 445-35
Bailey out ......,..343 453 555-37
Par in......435 344 544-36-72
Barclay in..........345 354 4**
Bailey in...........435 355 4**
Horseshoe Finalists Clash Today
For Mythical All-Campus Crown
Dr. Thomas Poulter, Chicago technologist, demonstrates a model of his $150,000 snow cruiser, key transport
unit for U.S. expedition to the Antarctic in October. The Cruiser will resemble a huge trans-continental bus, will
be 55 feet long, 15 feet high, and will have two 200 horse-power Diesel engines. Pneumatie-tired wheels will be r
driven each by its own motor-and individually controlled. The interior will have living and .working quarters
for from four to six men and a scientific laboratory. A five-passenger "flying laboratory" will be carried on the ;
Intramural Golf Matches Near
Tourney's Quarter-Final Round,
Department Officials Hope Dick Payne vs. Benton Yates.
.wi lThe Gilbert-Johnson match is to be
To Know- Semi-Finalists played this morning, and Joe Gouge
Before This Weekend will meet C. W.Betz tomorrow.
Only two matches remain to be George Bisbee vs. T. G. Sullivan.-
played in both the championship and Dallas Stall vs. J. H. Waldner.
first flights of the men's Intramural Neal Bayard vs. Serier-Barnes win-;
golf tournaments before competition ner.
Norman Anderson vs. Derby-Kohl-
will reach the quarter-final round in enberg winner.
all brackets.gWineR l
Two of these remaining matches Weekend Results
are scheduled to be played today, Ladd def. Slater, 3-2.
and Intramural officials have ex- Poppink def. Dannenfelser, 1-up.
pressed the hope that some of the Rhame def. Barada, default.
quarterfinal matches will be played Payne def. Carter, 1-up.
today and tomorrow so that semi- Bisbee def. Nichols.
finalists can be, determined by the Bayard def. Woodby, 6-5.
weekend. Barnes def. Karpinski, default.
In the championship flight, Dave Anderson def. Davis, 5-3.
Ladd came through in form to down
D. O. Slater, 3-2, while Bill Poppink Ove 0Students
was scoring an upset over Fred Dan..
nenfelser, varsity player, one up.
Poppink will meet a strong test in'
Dave Rhame, who went into the For
quarter-final by virtue of a default
by Paul Barada.
In the first flight matches over More than 30 students of psychol-
the weekend, George Bisbee went into ogy visited the Wayne County Train-
the quarter-finals by defeating Har-
old Nichols, while Neal Bayard ing School at Northville on Saturday.
flashed real form in downing Lauren The School prepares the slightly
Woodby, 6-5. In other matches, Nor- subnormal child to return to the com-
man Anderson won over Bill Davis, munity with a trade successfully mas-
5-3, and Ray Barnes went into the tered and with good habit of living.
third round by virtue of a default by Located on a 1,000-acre tract, the
Chuck Karpinski. school contains 750 pupils with 2351
Pairings in the quarter-finals are employes, including three residentI
as follows: physicians and a research psychia-
Chamxpionship Flight trist.
Steve Klonoski vs. Gilbert-Johnson . Taught at this school are 29 voca-
winner. tional; activities including carpentry,
Dave Ladd vs. Gouge-Betz winner, plumbing, dairying, tailoring, shoe
Bill Poppink vs. Dave Rhame. repairing- and baking.
Varsity Tankster Paddles
To Win In Breast-stroke
Scoring an unexpected upset over
favorites George Paul and Don Tread-
well, John Haigh, a dark-horse,
thrashed into the swim limelight yes-
terday by annexing the 50-yard
breastroke event in the All-Campus
Pressed by another darkhorse, T.
Hodges, who finished second, Haigh,
a varsity letterwinner, churned the
waters of the Intramural pool, in the
time of 29.6 seconds to chalk-up 100
markers toward the All-Campus
Paul, who was expected to repeat
his performance of two weeks ago
when he captured the 25-yard breast
event, swam a dead heat with Jim
McMasters for third place. The pair
split third and fourth place points
between them, each receiving 50
The upset had Aitle bearing on the
race for the crown, however, since
Treadwell's closest competitor, Bill
Tull, failed to place. Treadwell, how-
ever, trailed in fifth to add 20 points
to his total, making 480 in all as
compared to 320 for Tull.
Next lap in the race for the mythi-
cal title is the 100 yard free-style to
be run off at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the Intramural pool. The meet is
open to all who wish to enter.
5-Year Old Child Drowns
Richard Head, five years old, De-
troit, drowned last night in Cava-
naugh Lake, northwest of Chelsea in
Washtenaw County, sheriff's deputies
The first Intramural championship
will be decided at 3:30 p.m. today
when Maurice Maurer and Dallas
Stall meet to battle it out for the
horseshoes singles title.
Neither would admit any talent in
the game when questioned last night,
both. declaring that the score today
would show that. Intramural offi-
cials, however, have pointed out that
play in this year's tournament has
been exceptionally good.
Stall, who is from Albion College,
is taking work toward his Masters
degree in physical education. He
serves as an official in the softball
leagues this summer. Maurer, who is
from Battle Creek, is taking gradu-
ate work in the School of Education.
T.his is his second term in the Sum-
Play in the doubles tournament has
not progressed farther than at last
Friday's stage. Tom Evans and Stall'
have won the only match so far, from
Maurer and R. C. Nunn, and are now
in the finals owing to a bye. In the,
upper bracket Jim Watkins and Clin-
ton Crooks will play Ken Wax and
Dave Goldring in a first-round game.
Records of the two singles finalists
Def. W. Trolley, 21-7; 21-10.
Def. Tom Evans, 21-8; 15-21; 21-19.l
(Continued from Page 3)
The Comprehensive Examination in
Education will be given on Saturday,
Aug. 5, at 9 o'clock in 1430 U.E.S.
Printed information regarding they
examination may be secured, at the
School of Education office.
Householders: Will persons having
ooms to rent during week of July
3-30 for persons attending the Con-
ference on Religion please phone
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information
has received notice of the following
Michigan Civil Service examinations.
The last date for filing applicationt
is noted in each case:.
Institution Business Executive II,F
salary range, $200-240, July 31.
Pianist C, salary range, $80-100,
Housemother C, salary range, $95-
110, July 28.
Hearings Stenographer A, salary
range: $130-150, July 31.
Florist B, salary range, $105-125,
Institution Brace Maker A2, salaryl
range, $115-135, Aug. 1.
Institution Butcher B, salary
range: $105-125, July 31.
Farrier B, salary range, $105-125,
Payroll Auditor I, salary range,
$150-190, Aug. 9.
Complete announcements on file
at the University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information,
201 Mason Hall. Office hours: 9-12
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Infor-
Def. Paul Bodenbender, 21-4; 14-21;
Def. Clinton Crooks
Def. R. C. Nunn, 21-12; 14-21;
Def. Norman Bsharah, 21-12; 14-
Club Will Hgold
,Annual Picn ic
Between three and four hundred
men students in education are ex-
pected to attend the picnic at Portage
I'ake, Wednesday, July 26, held un-
der the auspices of the Men's Educa-
This year's picnic is to be a "new
deal" in picnics, according to the
committee in charge. Every person
attending will have a chance to take
part in some sport event. There will
be baseball, volley ball, horseshoe
pitching, badminton, baseball dart
game, swimming and other recre-
ation to suit the needs and interests
of all those in attendance.
Topping the sport events will be a
picnic lunch-a whole half chicken
prepared in good old southern style,
olives, pickles, cold slaw, potato sal-
ad, watermelon, coffee and a little of
the workshop "What Not."
Proud to demonstrate their theory
that we "learn by doing" more ef-
ficiently than by the process of "sub-
ject matter grinding procedures," the
Workshoppers have issued a chal-
lenge to the students attending the
"learned portals of U.H.S." to a game
of baseball-the winner to take per-
manent possession of the U.T.C.W.'s
"gilded kedunker's cup."
The semi-finals in the Beginners'
Golf Tournament will begin today
after the match between Jean Smith
and Charlotte Straus has been played
All matches in the semi-finals must
be played by next Monday. Games
to be played are Kay Bird vs. Smith-
Straus winner, and Veronica Dundon
vs. Ernestine Davidson.
Entrants in the Women's Singles
Tennis Tournament are reminded
that all second round matches must
be played by tomorrow. The semi-
finals begin Thursday. In the one
game that has been played, Bea
Massman defeated Lydia Wiggins,
6-2, 6-2. Matches to be played are
Veronica Dundon vs. Emily Ruhlig,
Jean Ferry vs. Jean Gomon, and May
Noon vs. Jean Johnson.
In The Majors
New York ............ 65 25
Chicago.... .... .. . 49 37
Cleveland....... ...45 40
Washington .......... 36 54
Philadelphia. .....33 52
St. Louis .............24 62
Detroit at Washington.
St. Louis at New York.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
Chicago at Boston (2).
W L Pet.
Cincinnati............53 30 .639
St. Louis............44 39 .530
Chicago ....... . .......46 41 .529
Pittsburgh ...........42 39 .519
Brooklyn .............40 41 .494
New York ............ 41 43 .488
Boston ............... 40 44 .476
Philadelphia .......... 25 54 .316
Boston at Cincinnati (night game)
Brooklyn at Chicago (2).
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.
New York at St. Louis.
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