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August 06, 1939 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1939-08-06

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SUNDAY, AUG. 6, 1939

lay In Novice
gill End Today
e Ann Arbor Champion
3 Left In Competition
or New State Crown
ail-final play in the Michigan
e Tennis Tournament was due
art at 9 a.m. today at Palmer
with champions to be selected
th, men's and women's divisions
e lone Ann Arbor entrant to sur-
yesterday's play was Beatrice
man, a Summer Session student.
.defeated Thelma Bailey of East
s, 6-2, 6-1, in the morning
1 and then went on to upset
tine Van Loo, 7-5, 6-1 in the
n Johnson, an Ann Arbor en-
survived the first round of
n's play when she took the
uire ofeMrs Byron Chanter, 6-0,
In the afternoon she put up a
it battle but was outplayed by
Sessions of Muskegon, 6-3, 6-1.
eer semi-finalists in the women's
are Margaret Turnbull of Flint,
'defeated Josephine Shane of
nazoo, 10-8; 6-1; and Virginia
ford, another Flint girl, who
Dorothy Wolfe Of Grand Rapids,
the men's division the best match
.e day was afforded by Thomas
res, a gallant Fillipino from
4 Rapids. Mijares defeated
Forman of Newaygo n the
ing round, 6-0, 6-0, and, ap-
d to be one of the tournament
ites. In the afternoon round he
Don Mooers, cocky Flint en-
. After splitting the first two
3-6, 8-6, he fell to the court
a cramped right leg. He re-
: treatment for it and then
ly returned to the match, forc-
iooers into extra games before
3 the decisive set, 5-7.
aus , Pelto of Battle Creek, a
ner Session student, defeated
Friedberg of Jackson in the first
1, 6-4, 6-1. In the afternoon
Howe of Alma took his measure,
1:-6, 6-4.
e other entrant representing Ann
r, Tr. Perry MacNeal failed to
ve the first round and lost to
weeny of Flint, 6-4, 6-2. Sweeny
on to defeat Leonard Verdier of
d Haven in the afternoon
1, 6-2, 6-1, and win his way to
nmy Wilson of Saginaw defeat-
yron Chanter of Jackson to win
st semi-final position, 6-2, 1-6,
panese Language
rea Is Tomorrow
e regular weekly Japanese lan-
e tea will be held from 4 p.m.
pim. tomorrow at the Interna-
l Center, 603,E. Madison Street.
e tea is designed to give those
nts enrolled in the Japanese
es in the Institute of Far Eastern
es an opportunity to .meet the
iese students of the University
converse with them in their


Promise Of Excellent Team
Brings Heavy Ticket Demand


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Drawing For Places One
Feature Of Distribution
Of Seats To Grid Fans
Unusually heavy pre-season ticket
demands, attributed to the most at-
tractive home schedule in many years
and the promise of the finest Wol-
verine football team since 1933, have
resulted in the mailing of almost 100,-
000 ticket applications to prospective
University gridiron fans, according to
Harry Tillotson, ticket manager.
Approximately 70,000 applications
are distributed annually during Aug-
ust, according to Tillotson, but a rec-
ord number will be sent out this
Preference in the location of seats
is accorded applications returned be-
fore Aug. 31, according to Tillotson.
Preference among those orders re-
ceivedrbefore the, Aug. 31 deadline is
determined by means of a draw.
The draw is one of the most color-
ful features of football ticket distri-
bution at Michigan and is adminis-
tered with all the excitement and
Sport Courses
Well Attended
T h a t University of Michigan
coaches have a popularity not con-
fined to the playing field is indicated
in exceptional interest accorded their
summer school coaching courses this
Increased enrollment and intense
interest have been marked in the
football coorse given by Clarence
Munn and Earl Martineau, the bas-
ketball class of Bennie Oosterbaan
and Ken Doherty's track and field
Two of the coaches also have been
called for lecture at special coaching
schools, Fritz Crisler at Indiana Uni-
versity and Duluth Teachers College,
Martineau at the University of West

formality of a miniature Irish Sweep-
stakes drawing.
Before each game applications are
grouped in bundles of 50 and each
bundle numbered. Cards bearing
corresponding numbers are dumped
in a hopper and then drawn, prefer-
ence being accdrded applications in
those bundles in order of drawing.
On the Michigan home schedule
for 1939 are Michigan State, Oct. 7;
Iowa, Oct. 14; Yale, Oct. 28; Minne-
sota, Nov. 11; and Ohio State, Nov.
Biology Station
Work Is Shown
Exhibits of class work and dem-
onstrations of the troubles and cure
for swimmer's itch will be highlight-
ed at the Biology Station's 12th an-
nual visitors' day today.
The Station is located on the shores
of Douglas Lake near Cheboygan,
and occupies a picturesque setting
among the lakes and streams of the
wooded wilderness of Cheboygan
Thissummer again a record num-
ber of 120 University students are
enrolled at the camp to gain a more
intimate knowledge of botany, zoology
and allied subjects. Investigation of
biological problems of this region has
been emphasized about equally with
teaching. These investigations re-
sult in the publication 'of a score or
more scientific reports each year. To
date about 450 such reports have
been published in scientific journals
which are distributed to libraries
and biologists the world over.
Friends To Hold Meeting
Ann Arbor Friends will meet at
5 p.m. today in the League. Supper
in the Russian Room of the League
will follow the meeting.

air are members of the Junta Klawit dance group re-


Uneasy days has Marian Cho-
dacki (above'), Polish commissioner
to the Free City of 6anzig, regarded
as possible breeding spot for a gen-
eral European war.

These modern "Three uraces" springing tnrougn te
hearsing at the Reichssportfield, Berlin.



culty members having
'ledge of the language,
d in the Institute or
to attend.



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750 KC -CBS 920 KC - NBC Red 1240 KC - NBC Blue 1030 C - Mutual
Sunday Afternoon
12:00 Church Music Children's Theatre Baritone
12:15 " Garden Hour t. 9"
12:30 Mother's Album Symphonette " Salvatore Stefano
12:45 Musical " will Osborn Richard Love
1:00 Democracy Your Government varieties Concert Orchestra
1:15 ~ Black Acetof
1:30 Cabin Folks ' Treasure Trails Church Service.
1:45 " Tiger Talk "o
2:00 Grshwin Concert Detroit-Boston Melody Sunday Afternoon
2:15 " " Booman's Notebook"
2:30 " " . Allen Roth Chapel Hour
2:45 "
3:00 Musical Fun Nat'l Vespers Tabernacle
3:30 Syncopation Leopold Spitalny Haven of Rest
3:45 t out
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4:15 " " Jimmy Dorsey
4:30 Feature tksVan Alexander
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5:00 Gay Nineties Catholic Hour Grenadiers Concert orchestra
5:30 Hollywood ' Vera Richardsun Paul Laval Dance
545 tHarry Heilmann
Sunday Evening
6:00 " Aldrich Family Popular Classics Singers
6:30 Music Playhouse Band wagon - Radio Guild Baseball Scores
6:45 "t"oSports
7:00 Gerald Smith CharleyMcCarthy NBC Symphony Melody Design
7:15 . . +o
7:30 Stevenson Sports " Goldman Band
7:45 . :~.
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8:15 p9o
8:30 " Album of Music Walter Winchell
8:45 " " Irene Rich.
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9:30 Melodies " Cheerio1
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10:15 " Dance Music Graystone
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11:30 Van Alexander Eastwood Geo, Olsen to
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12:00 Sign -Off Weather Sign Off Jimmy Dorbey
Monday Afternoon
12:00 Goldbergs Julia Blake Noonday New s News Commentator
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12:30 Road of Life Bradcast Golden Store Black and white
12:45 Day Is Ours Words and Music Fan on the Street Vaughn de Leath
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3:15 U. of M. Program Moods in Music
3:30 "+ . Dance Music
3:45 Duncan Moore News Benny Burton
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4:30 Barry Wood Affairs of Anthony
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5:00 Miss Julia Science News Hollywood Hilights Drifting Dreaming
5:15 Deep River Boys Malcolm Claire Gilmore-Crawford Turf Reporter
5:30 Uncle Jonathan Guitarist Day in Review Baseball Scores
5:45 Musical Lowell Thomas Harry Heilmann News
Monday Evening

Flying from Burbank,, Cal., to Floyd Bennett field in 9 hours 141 minutes, Capt. L. F. Harman (left), co-
pilot, and Maj. Stanley M. Umstead (second from left), pilot, check their time with Wm. Zint, official N.A.A.
timer, and Lieut. Coin. Donald F. Smith (right), at Floyd Bennett. Their 4-motored Boeing bomber flew most-
ly in sub-stratosphere.

Fall hats haven't advanced past
the foolish stage, if one can believe
in this John Frederic's creation
worn by Stella Aloisia in New York.
It's a monkey hat.

Election of Dorothe Comiskey
(above) 22, daughter of the late J.
Louis Comiskey, as treasurer of the
Chicago White Sox, was a logical
outcome at Sox directors' meeting.
Both her father and grandfather
had owned the club.

A pompous name, Luvarus Imperialis, is borne by this toothless fish, to
match its ponderous brow and weight, 225 pounds. It was caught at
New South Wales.

ING-Experienced. Miss
3 S. 5th Avenue. Phone

537 S.

g. Thomas Curtis,
Phone 2-3646.


LAUNDRIY - 2-1044. So darned.
Careful work at low prices. 1
LOST-Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity
pin. Return to Calkins-Fletcher,
318 So. State. Reward. 62
WANTED - Three passengers to
California. New Buick leaving Sat-
urday 19th. Call Moore, 2-3189. 67
WANTED-Young man wants ride to
Los Angeles and San Francisco and
return. Will share expenses and

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6:15 Inside of Sports
6:30 Blondie
6:45 ":
7:00 Accent on Music
7:30 Minstrels
7:45 '
8:00 Hollywood
8:15 L d
8:30 Guy Lombardo

Tyson. Review
Dinner Music
Dick Tracy
Voice of Firestone
Dr. I.Q.
Horace Heidt ,

Orphans of Divorce
Lone Ranger
Universal Music
Magic Key
Twilight Trail

Stop and Go
Fintex Sportlight
Jimmie Allen
Washington News
Sevilliana Musical
Henry Cincone

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