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rots conguer
Viugs Readily
By 8-2 Score
ause Wins 7th Straight
ictory To Keep Team
Ut SoftballLeague Top
Ii Krause won his seventh
ight victory of the season yes-
ay and enabled his Prof team'
tay at the top of the American'
;ue softball standings by defeat-
the Mugs, 8-2.
hile Krause was throwing his
ball by the opposing batters his
erymate, Carson Neifert, was
ting on base hits from the offer-
of Ralph Read, Mugs mounds-
, getting two doubles and a walk
aree trys to drive in four of the
runs and score three more.
ree runs in the last inning en-
d the Faculty to outscore the
nistry team 13-11 and stay close
nd the Profs, being separated
h them by only one game. Singles
[ughes, Stibbs and James plus an
r by Edgerton, Chemistry pitcher,
unted for the seventh inning rally
the Faculty victory.
mething like a basketball game'
played between the Snipes and
sics teams with the Snipes .nos-
out their worthy opponents 19-11.
victory kept the Physics team in
cold and damp cellar and there
seem destined to spend the win-
unless some coup of fate sends
1 their first win of the season.
American League Standings
W L Pct.
s .................. 7 0 1.000
lty ................ 6 1 .859
nistry .............. 4 3 .591
es ................. 3 4 .428
s.................. 1 6 .142
ics ................0 7 .000
Yesterday's Results

Eight Survive In Tennis Tourney
From Original 72 Competitors

Eight survivors remain from the smashed his way to a clean-cut 6-2,
original file of 72 hopefuls who en- 6-3 triumph over M. G. Roberts in
tered this year's all-campus tourney his quarter final match.
and one more will fall before Friday Other netters to join defending
when Jim Porter and C. M. Pelto champion J. F. Thomson and var-
clash and decide the one remaining sity star John Kidwell in the quar-
quarter-final berth. e iasti ekwr ilr
W. B. Connolly earned the distinc- ter finals this week were Willard
tion of being the first player to stroke Klunzinger, Michigan State ace two
his way to the semi-final round years ago, Devon Smith and Leo Alu-
of a tournament which boasts the linas.
"classiest" field in Summer Session Klunzinger blasted Robert Weise-
history. Connolly volleyed a n d
man, upsetter of the seeded Charles
Dolph, right off the court with a
Key, Brand, Laurer smashing 6-2, 6-0 victory.
Smith defeated J. F. Watkins 6-2,
Lead Table Te1'nns 6-4 and Alulinas coasted through T.
F. Dixon 6-1, 6-3.
Three men have established them- Thomas and Klunzinger will clash
selves as threats for the all-campus this week for the right to meet Con-
table tennis championship by battling nolly in the semi-final round while,
taberwayto tens eha -pinshipbattngSmith will battle Alulinas in another
their way to the semi-final round. quarter-final match. Kidwell will
The three are James Key, A. A. engage the winner of the Porter,
Brand and Don Laurer. Pelto fray to complete the quarter-
Brand paced the field into the finals.
semi-finals with a convincing 21-9, Only one match haens doubles tournament
21-5, win over Loval Petram. He had since, the last writing. Watkins and
dropped only 14 points in downing Faustina defeated Redwin and Shar-
M. Prince in the first round. rard 6-4, 6-1 in a first round duel.


Key won in straight games from
Mentor Roberts, 21-18, 21-16, 21-8;
while Laurer ran into difficulties in
the person of John Sykes whom he
took four games to dispose of, 21-17,
23-21, 18-21, 21-16.
Key and Brand will clash some-

time this week to determine the final-
ists in their bracket, while Laurer will
play his semi-final match against
the winner of the Robert Weiseman,
A. Michelsort quarterfinal match.

ry 11.

he Majors
W. L. Pct.
. .64 25 .719
. . 55 31 .644
.......50 40 .5561
.. ..47 40 .540
.......44 45 .494
.37 55 .402
. 33 54 .379
.24 64 .273
terday's Results
t 3, Washington 1.
Cork 14, St. Louis 1.
and 9, Philadelphia 3.
.o 8-5, Boston 1-6..

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Thursday Afternoon
12:00 Goldbergs Piano Recital Noonday News News
12:15 Life Beautiful Foot Health Farm Almanac. Stock Report
12:30 Road of Life Bradcas t Golden Store Turf Reporter
2:45 Day Is Ours Words and Music Fan on the Street Hitmakers
:00 Food Chat Vera Richardson Betty .nd Bob Concert Orch
1:15 Life of Dr. Susan Comic Strip 3rimm's 'daughter Organist
1:30 Your Family Kitty Keene Valiant Lady Melody Time
1:45 Girl Marries Detroit Police Hymns String Orch.
2:00 Linda's Love Mary Marlin Norman Cloutier. Concert Orchestra
2:15 Editor's daughter Ma Perkins " ',Songs
2:30 Dr Malone Pepper Young Hoosier Hop Henry Cincone 7
2:45 Songs Guiding Light Book Ends News
3:,00 Lebrun Sisters String Trio Smile Parade Voice of Justice
3:15 U. of M. Program Detroit-Washington mdo
3:30 " " Board of Health Two Keyboards
3:45 Duncan Moore " Rhythm; News George Hall
4:00 Genevieve Rowe " Jimmy Dorsey Jamboree
4:15 Reminiscing ..
4:30 " " tAffairs of Anthony
4:45 Alice Blair " Organ'";
5:00 Miss Julia Spotlight Hollywood Hilts. Dance
5:15 Console Reveries Malcolm Claire Pat Gilmore Turf Reporter
5:30 Four Ciubmen Sweet and Low Day In Review Baseball Scores
5:45 Tomy Talks i6owellThomas Baseball Final News
Thursday Evening

Maurer Wins
In Horseshoes
Defeats Dallas Stall 21-12,
Maurice Maurer is the 1939 Summer
Session horseshoe champion. Playing
a steady'game, he defeated runner-
up Dallas Stall, 21-12, 21-16 to take
the title Tuesday.
Maurer never was in trouble in
the match and won in one of the
most decisive victories he has taken
during the tournament. Other vic-
tims during the four-round tourney
include Clinton Crooks, R. C. Nunn,
21-12; 14-21; 21-15; and Norman
Bsharah, 21-12; 14-21; 21-7. Stall
had previously downed Tom Evans,
W. Trolley and Paul Bodenbender.
Maurer, who was a member of the
Summer Session last year, is taking
graduate work in the School of Edu-
cation. He is from Battle Creek and
has only played horseshoes as a
recreation. This is his first "big time"
championship, he said.
Treadwell Repeats
Free Style Victory
Finishing in the same order as for
the 50-yard free style race held last
week, Don Treadwell, Bill Tull and
George Paul took one-two-three in
the 100-yard free style event yester-
day at the Intramural pool.
Treadwell's winning time was one
minute, fifteen seconds. John Haigh,
varsity competitor, who went to an
easy victory in Monday's 50-yard
breast-stroke, did not take part in the
race yesterday. Treadwell now has
built up a commanding lead in the
race for the mythical all-event cham-
pionship, with 580 points to 400 for
Tull, his nearest competitor.
Determine Handball
Finalists This Week
Finalists in the men's all-campus
handball tournament will be deter-
mined this week when Gerhard Nae-
seth meets Seymour Mark and Vernon
Sprague takes on Elmer Cherinsky
in the semi-final round.
Naeseth coasted through his quar-
ter final match 21-6, 21-6 at the ex-
pense of Robert Marsh while Mark
advanced in even easier fashion when
Lawrence Hess handed ;him a de-
Sprague won as he passed from
Morris Gleicher, 21-4, 21-12 after
receiving a first round default. Cher-
insky, however, encountered formid-
able opposition in' Charles< McHugh
and dropped 'the first game. before
pulling out the match 14-21, 21-11,
Criminologists Visit Milan
Under the tutelage of Prof. Arthur
E. Wood, approximately 60 criminol-
ogy students yesterday toured the
Federal Detention Fart at Milan.
Your films deserve the Best
of care Bring them to
Nickels Arcade:

(Continued from Page 3)
man of the committe, will conduct
the examination. By direction of
the Executive Board, the chairman
has the privilege of inviting members
of the faculty and advanced doctoral
candidates to attend the examination
and to grant permission to others who
might wish to be present.
Engineering Mechanic Colloquium.
Mr. D. E. Marlowe will speak on "In-
teraction of Trusses and Columns"
on Friday, July 28, at 3 p.m. in Room
311 West Engineering Building. All
interested are cordially invited to at-
English Department Tea. The sec-
ond discussion meeting and tea for
students in the English Department
will be held in the Assembly Hall,
Rackham Building, on Friday, July
28, at 3:15 p.m. The discussion of
the first meeting will be continued,
with special reference to the follow-
ing questions: (1) What goals do we
wish to achieve through the teach-
ing of literature in the secondary
school? (2) What literary material is
both worthwhile as literary art and
teachable on the secondary school
Candidates for the Master's De-
gree in History. The language exam-
nation will be held at 4 p.m., Fri-
day, Aug. 4, in Room B, Haven Hall.
Please sign for the examination be-
fore July 28 in the History Depart-
ment Office, 119 Haven Hall.
The combined High School Clinic
Band and the University Summer
Session Band, will give a concert
Friday evening, at . Ferry Field, at
7:15 o'clock, to which the general
public, with the exception of small
children is invited, without admis-
sion charge.
All members of Blue Key, national
Leadership Fraternity, attending the
Summer Session are asked to meet
in Room 302, Michigan Union, Fri-
day, July 28 at 7:30 p.m.
Organ Recital. William Barnard,
organist, of Sliawboro, North Caro-
lina, will give a recital in partial ful-
fillment of the requirements for the
Bachelor of Music degree, Friday
evening, July 28, 8:15 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium. The general public is
invited to attend.
Ed. D. degree in Education. The
qualifying examination for educa-
tion students looking forward to the
degree of Doctor of Education will
be held on Saturday morning, July
29, at 8:00 in 1022 University High
School. Those expecting to take this
examination are requested to leave
their names in the office of Profes-
sore Woody, 4002 UHS at their earl-
iest convenience.
Candidates for the Teacher's Cer-
tificate to be recommended by the
Faculty of the School of Education
at the close of the Summer Session:

The Comprehensive Examination in
Education will be given on Saturday,
Aug. 5, at 9 o'clock in 1430 U.E.S.
Printed information regarding the
examination may be secured at the
School of Education office.
This week's Rackham Record Con-
cert, which will be held Saturday at
3 p.m. in the Men's Lounge, will con-
sist of a group of smaller works em-
bracing several periods in music lit-
erature. The program is as follows:
Suite for strings, horns, flutes and
English horn, Purcell-Barbirolli; Bal-
let Music from "Le Coq d'Or," Rim-
sky-Korsakoff; Serenata Notturna,
Mozart; Death and Transfiguration,
Strauss; L'Apres-midi d'un Faun,
Debussy; Rumanian Rhapsody Num-
ber One, Enesco. The records are
from the library of Mr. J. W. Peters.
High School Athletic Accident or
Benefit Plan Conference. Athletic Ac-
cident Benefit or Protection Plans in
effect in several states will be dis-
cussed by C. E. Forsythe, State Di-
rector of High School Athletics,
Michigan High School Athletic As-
sociation, in Room 318 of the Michi-
gan Union, Monday, July 31, 7:30
p.m. Michigan school administrators,
physical education instructors, and
athletic directors and coaches espe-
cially are urged to be present in order
that problems involved in the pos-
sible establishment of an Athletic

To Members
University of Michigan
And All Summer School Students Who
SWill Be in the City of Ann Arbor
AUGUST 13'14-15--16
We respectfully call your attention to the local
showing of a cinematic triumph of especial im-
port to each of you, as ,individuals. This notice
is being printed not alone with the commercial
motive. We. insist that our publicity agents in-
form each faculty member of the showing. And
add that, in the event that some persons in that
category will not be in Ann Arbor on the dates
menioned, that they be urged to view the pro-
duction elsewhere in any theatre where the op-
portunity may be presented.
The Name of the Production
'Goodby, Mr. Chips"
Produced in England
Adequate critical comment on this picture is
contained in Time, Life, Monitor, and other like
This display:is directed especally at those who do
not attend the theatre with regularity.
At THE MICHIGAN THEATRE on dates mentioned

Accident Benefit Plan in Michigan
may be considered.
Householders: Will persons having
rooms to rent during week of July
3-30 for persons attending the Con-
ferende on Religion please phone
Jniversity 303.
The Textbook Exhibition of the
American Institute of Graphic Arts
is on display in the library, Room
1502, University Elementary School
from Wednesday, July 26 to Friday,
August 4. Sixty textbooks for ele-
mentary and high schools, and col-
lege have been chosen to illustrate ex-
cellence in design and workmanship
of typography, illustration, and bind-
ing and their fitness to present ideas
successfully. The books may be ex-
amined from 7:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
fro Monday through Friday and from
8:00-12:00 Saturday morning.
The Fellowship Committee of the
Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti Branch of the
American Association of University
Women will accept applications for a
five hundred dollar ($500) gift fel-
lowship for a woman for graduate
study at the University of Michigan
for 1939-1940. Application blanks
are to be obtained at the Graduate
School offices and are to be returned
there, complete with two letters of
recommendation from professors with
whom the student has taken work,
by Friday, Aug. 4.
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W. L. Pet.
cinnati....... .54 30 .643
tsburgh.........45 39 .536,
Louis ............ .45 40 .529
cago ...............47 43 .522
oklyn ..............42 42 .500
v York............42 44 .488
ton ...............40 45 .471
adelphia ...........25 57 .305
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 10, Brooklyn 2.
Pittsburgh 3-5, Philadelphia 1-3.
St. Louis 10, New York 0.
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games

6:00 News
6:15 Musical
6:30 Joe E. Brown
6:45 "
7:00 Clark's weekly'
7:15 "1
7:30 String Serenade
8:00 Major Bowes
8:45 s
9:00 Columbia Work.
9:15 Musical
9:30 Charles Fahy
9:45 Exclusive Stories
10:00 Amos 'n' Andy
10:15 Music
10:30 Sports
10:45 Eddie Duchin
11:00 News'
11:15 MorceauxdeSalon
11:45 Harry Owens
12:00 Sign off

Tyson Review
Rudy Vallee
Dinner Music
Lost Plays
Music Hall
Sports Parade
Vic and Sade
Fred Waring
Dance Music

Easy Aces
Mr. Keen-Tracer
3reen Hornet
James Bourbonnais
It's Up To You
Yukon Drama
To be announced
Concert Band
Jan Savitt
Tommy Dorsey
Isham Jones
Will Osborn
Sign Off

Stop and Go
Fintex Sportlight;
Jimmie Allen
Dick Barrie
Washington News
Voice of Justice
Jack Teagarden
War Veterans
Sin onietta
Henry Weber
State Highway
Doc Sunshine
Jimmy Dorsey
Jack McLean

anati (2).

h Tourney Finalists
var will meet Chuck McHugh
Yager will take on Walter
to determine the finalists in
ampus squash tourney. With
men entered in the tourna-
,ul Barada has defaulted to
putting the competition in
i-final round.
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Poppink Dark
Horse In Golf
Semifinalists Are Decided
For Most Brackets
Bill Poppink not only is the star
pitcher for the Tigers softball team,
but he has pulled the biggest series
of surprises in the summer golf tour-
nament and has now established him-
self as the dark horse favorite to cop
the championship crown.
Yesterday he followed up his up-
set of Fred Dannenfelser, varsity golf-
er, with a one-up win from Dave
Rhame and is now in the semi-finals
against Dick Payne, who won from
Benton Yates by the same score. In
the upper bracket, Steve Klonoski,
defending champion, will meet Q. o.,
Gilbert in one quarter-final, and
Dave Ladd will take on Joe Gouge.
Gilbert downed J. B. Johnson yes-
terday, 5-3, and Gouge beat C. W.
Betz, 2-up.
only one quarter-final match re-
mains to be played in the first flight.
In that match L. Serier, who defeat-.
ed Ray Barnes, 6-5, will meet Neal.
Bayard. In other, semi-final brack-
ets T. G. Sullivan will meet J. H.
Waldner. Sullivan downed George
Bisbee, 4-2, and Waldner downed'
Dallas Stall.
Gif feng. Pelto Meet
In Badminton Finals
Irwin Giffen and Claus Pelto will
meet in the finals of the Intramural
badminton tourney as the result of
matches played yesterday. Giffen

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