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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

)rganization Meeting For Softball Teams To Be Held T

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SPORTS ENTRY BLANK
Intramural Sports Department
All men students are eligible for competition in the following
sports. Check on the list below the sports in which you wish to
participate.
No Entry Fee Is Required
The Intramural Sports Department will make drawings and sched-
ules, furnish equipment needed for team sports, and provide officials
for the contests where necessary. Notification of opponent and time
of play will be mailed to each participant.;

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( ) Table Tennis
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Ze ........ ...... Address...... .... ... Phone...
Mail or bring this blank to R. W. Webster, Supervisor of Intramural
.ts, Intramural Sports Bldg., Ferry Field. All entries close at 5 p.m.,
rsday, July 6.
tnk Sluggers Set New Mark;
Hit 13 Homers In Two Games.

New York Yankees probably
ir wives very nicely and buy.
n cones for the kid next door
them a hunk of wood in
rds and they're as murder-.
mid-semester. They proved
day by trouncing the Athlet-
2 and 10 to 0 while smashing
ing marks with eight homers
st bill and five in the second.
games of the Yankee League
led because of rain. In the
,the Giants gave the Phillies
an inferiority complex than
trouncing them, 7 to 1. The
ass of the League, beat the
s 8 to 4 despite the fact that
,s to have been a great day
y Dean ended in disaster
s former teammates blasted,
k to the showers in less than
ig. Just to prove they can

win games, the Brooklyns dodged past
Boston, 6 to 1.
In Cleveland Walter 0. - Briggs,
president of the Detroit Tigers, an-
nounced that "we have no idea of
installing lights in Detroit. Of course
there may be developments that will
cause us to change our minds but, in
spite of what we saw here (a crowd
of 55,035) we still are definitely op-
posed to night baseball. I am first
of all a fan and, if I couldn't see a
game except at night, I would go at
night; but I much prefer the day-
time game."
In their game the Yankees also
set a few incidental records including
those for the most homers in a game
-the mark of seven had stood since
1886-; the most homers in two con-
secutive games; the most bases and
barely missed several other marks.
In The Majors

More Than 10
Teams Already
Are Signed Up
Officials Predict A Large
Turnout; All Interested
Urged To Be Present
With ten teams entered in the All
Campus softball competition, Intra-
mural officials predict the largest
turnout in the Summer Sesssion's
history at the organization meeting
which will be held at 4:15 p.m. today
under the brick wall on South Ferry
Field.
All faculty, students and others
connected with the Summer Session
who wish to compete are urged to
attend the meeting, regardless of
whether they are at present connect-
ed with an organized team. Those
not already affiliated will be divided
into teams by Intramural directors.
May Have Four Leagues
Possibility of a four league circuit
of six teams each, a total of 24 in
all, loomed as advance entries poured
in. Last year 16 squads fought it
out for the mythical campus crown.]
Each league will contain an even
number of teams, preferably four
or six, so that each team will be able
to maintain a full schedule of two
All men interested in taking
part in the summer competition
have been urged to be present
at the meeting at 4:15 p.m. today
on South Ferry Field. Managers
of organized teams should at least
be present, as well as all men not
already joined wtih a team.
games a week throughout the season.
A "little world's series" will deter-
mine the champions from the indi-
vidual league winners at the end of
the Session.
The Intramural department will
furnish the umpires and equipment
for all of the games. The department
will also make out schedules, notify
managers of the times of games and
post records of standings.
Ribbons Awarded
Ribbons will be awarded the indi-
vidual players of the victorious teams
and they will be allowed to purchase
medals if they wish for about $1.10
apiece.
Ten teams from last summer's
competition have entered again this
year. They are the "Profs," a faculty
organization, the "Tigers," the
"Chumps," the "Snipes," the "Fac-
ulty," the "Daily," the 'Chemistry"
team and the "Workshop" team,
which last season was dubbed the
"Parkerites."
New York 7, Philadelphia 1
Brooklyn 6, Boston 1
Chicago 8, St. Louis 4
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (night)
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (night)
Chicago at St. Louis
Boston at New York
(only games scheduled)

Jimincz Explains Relief
Of Allergy; Examination
Given Free Of Charge
By HELEN CORMAN
Sensitization tests are available
to Summer Session students through
the facilities of the Health Service,
it has been announced. Ordinarily
expensive to. obtain, the tests may be
had by stusdents without charge up-
on appointment with Dr. Buenaven-
tura Jiminez.
The tests are directed to improving
discomfort owing to senstivity of body
tissues to pollens or certain foods.
They are advisable for students who
at any time have had such symptoms
as sneezing asthma, hives, head-
aches, frequent colds and eczema
among others, according to Dr. Jim-
inez.
Fifteen percent of the people in the
country have allergy in some form,
Dr. Jiminez explains. Hay fever and
asthma are the best known forms,
but there are allied conditions includ-
ing those above.
Due to the pollen in the air in this
section of the country there are
three hay fever seasons. The first
period in April and May, is known
as the "very early type." The "early
type" comes during May, June and
July with the "late" type in August,
September and October. In addition
to the various pollens there are foods
to which one may be sensitized. The
outbreaks from pollens or foods or
both may take the form of hay fever
or asthma or any other of the allied
diseases. There are skin tests to de-
termine what may not be eaten by a
sensitized' person or what pollens he
must avoid and it is these tests that
students are advised to take at the
Health Service.
At one time hay fever, asthma and
many cases of eczema were thought
to be different diseases, but now they
are thought of as different aspects
of the same condition, according to
Doctor Jiminez. There is a sequence
of events.which is as follows: eczema
in infancy, stomach disturbances in
Louis Crushes'
"Two-Ton 'Tony
(Continued from Page 1)
"I want a return fight in Septem-
ber," he added. "I'll get him."
Louis was respectful of Tony's trip-
hammer punching. "Dat white boy
hits like hell," he said in his dress-
ing room. "But I'll tell you, he hurt
me more in the first round than
when he floored me in the third. It
was one of the toughest fights I've
ever had."

Sensitization Tests Are Available
To Students At ILealth Service

childhood. hay fever in adolescence,
asthma in virile age, bronchitis later
in life and myocarditis in old age.
It is known that this illness is pro-
gressive, getting worse as time pass-
es. It is for this reason that these
cases must be studied and treated
early in life.
The patient can be cured through
the asthma stage if the offending
agent or agents can be found through
the sensitization tests. Therefore all
students' who are entitled to treat-
ment at the Health Service are urged
to get the sensitization test while it
is available.
IDAILY OFFICIALI
BULLETIN_'_
(Continued from Page 2)
picnic, including baseball and swim-
ming, at Saline Valley Farms on
Sunday, July 2. There will be an op-
portunity to inspect this cooperative
farming project. The group will meet
at the north-west entrance of the
Rackham Building at 2:30 P.M. All
graduate students and faculty mem-
bers are cordially invited. Charge,
35c. There will be a meeting regard-
less of the weather.
International Center: The Interna-
tional Center will be open through
the Summer Session from 8 a.m. to
9 p.m. daily except on Saturday,
when it will close at noon, 'and on
Sunday, when it will remain closed
till 7 o'clock in the evening. Foreign
students in the Summer Session, and
members of the various institutes in-
terested in the international groups
are cordially invited to use the Cen-
ter. Its facilities are entirely free.
The entrance is on Madison Street
just off State.
J. Raleigh Nelson.

Many Entries
In All-Campus
Contests Seen
Pre-Deadline Registration
Is Surprisingly Iarge,
Says Intramural Head
A surprisingly large number of pre-
deadline entries in tennis, golf, hand-:
ball and several minor sports indicate
one of the largest fields in years
when the All-Campus tournaments
in those events begin Tuesday, July
11, according to R. W. Webster, In-
tramural director.,
Tennis heads the list with about
twenty signed up for singles. Hand-
ball is second and golf a close third.
Students iand faculty wishing to
compete are urged to fill out the
"Sports Entry Blank" printed on
this page and send it to the Intra-
mural Building. Entries close Thurs-
day, July' 6, and the list of first
round pairings will be posted the
following Monday.
The Intramural Department takes
responsibility for notifying players.
of the time, place and opponent for
first round -matches. Players are
urged to arrange succeeding matches
themselves to prevent delay.
Tournaments will be held in soft-
ball, which begins earlier, tennis
singles and doubles, golf, swimming,
handball singles and doubles, horse-
shoe singles and doubles, squash, table
tennis, badminton and codeball.
A Want Adt Will Sell It!

in the Amphitheatre of the Rackha
School.
Professor Brumm will preside at t)
morning session, from 9:30 a.m.
11: 30 a.m. Prof. Wesley H. Maurerc
the journalism department will spea
on "Propaganda Today," and Stanl
Oates, eacher of English at Ma
Kenzie High School, Detroit, will ta
of "Teaching Critical Reading
the Press."
At 2 p.m. a jury panel will be he
on "Curriculum Offerings and Pro
lems" with Miss Eva Marie Van Ho
ten of Redford High School, Detro
as chairman. The panel will cons:
of Miss Mary Esther Hetheringtc
Saginaw High School, Saginaw; M:
Stolteben; Miss Maude Staudenma
er, Juneau Junior High School, M
waukee, Wis.; Miss Margaret M. Si
livan, South High School, Clevelan
La Rue W. Piercy, Western Reseri
Academy, Hudson, O.; and Profess
Brumm.
Dr. Marion Magoon of Michig
State Normal College, Ypsilarn
will talk at 3 p.m. on "The How a:
Why of Getting Secondary Scho
Journalism Accredited in College
Matt Lappan of Roosevelt Hi
High School, Michigan State Norn
College, Ypsilanti, will preside.
Tea in the gardens of Profess
and Mrs. Brumm will end the da
activities.

Asks
To

Brumm Opens
Press Institute

Journalism Teacher
Propose Changes
(Continued from Page 1)

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New York 23-10, Philadelphia 2-0.
Boston at Washington (rain).
St. Louis at Chicago (rain).
(only games scheduled)
Today's Games
Detroit at Cleveland
New York at Washington (2)
St. Louis at Chicago (2)
Philadelphia at Boston
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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