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June 30, 1939 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, J

'Beer Barrel' Bounces Of f Canvas In Second Round

Smith Winner
In Court Battle
At Wimbledon
Detroit clung tenaciously to its
first division berth yesterday with
the aid of enough rain so the Indians
could call the game off, but the big
news came from Wimbledon, Eng-
land, where a big, beaming Cali-
fornia English teacher named Gene
Smith entered the fourth round of
the international singles tennis
championships along with Bobby
Riggs of Chicago and Elwood Cooke
of Portland.
Smith, who showed that you can
upset the form books in the court-
sport, trounced Franz Cejnar of Bo-
hemia and Moravia in a two hour
battle.
On the baseball front the Yankees,
in an absent minded moment, lost
a game to Washington, 2 to 1, and
then came back to blast out a victory
in t he second stanza, 7 to 0. St. Louis
split a double header with the White
Sox, 9-3 and 5 to 7. Despite Conny
Mack's illness the Athletics beat
Boston, 8 to 6.
In the Cub League the Chicagos
trounced the Cardinals, 7 to 6. Bos-
ton's Bees upset the New York's
Terrymen, 8 to 2, while the Phila-
delphias and the Brooklyns post-
poned their night contest. The
Cubs are now within a game of third
place.
Clipper Spans Ocean
NEW YORK, June 29.--G')-The
Dixie Clipper, carrying the first com-
mercial airplane passengers across
the Atlantic, landed at Lisbon, Por-
tugal, at 2:10 p.m. (EST) today,
Pan American Airways reported. The
ship took off from its Port Wash-
ington, N.Y., base at 2:10 p.m. yes-
terday.

Two-Term Defender

Champion of the two-term tra-
dition for presidents, Sen. John
Overton, Louisiana Democrat, em-
phasized that point during inter-
view at Washington. He also pre-
dicted that Roosevelt-who hasn't
said yet-won't be a presidential
candidate in 1940.

In one of the wildest slugging battles in recent heavyweight boxing history, Joe Louis scored a technical
knockout over Tony Galento, the pudgy Jersey barkeeper, in the fourth round at Yankee Stadium, N.Y. In the
second round, Louis knocked Tony down as shown here. In the third round; Tony felled Joe. And in the fourth
round, Louis battered the challenger into submission.

Dr. Moyer, 39
Confirmed

Others
By Senate

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3)
020, July '3.
Assistant Chief Nurse, St. Eliza-
beth's Hospital, Salary, $2,000, July 3.
Director of Nursing School and
Superintendent of Nurses, Free-
dom's Hospital (for colored 'staff
only) salary $2,300, July 3.
Department of Interior.
Public Health Nurse, Salary, $2,000,
July 3.
Graduate Nurse, General Staff
Duty, Salary, $1,800, July 3.
Indian Field Service, Including
Alaska, Department of the In-
terior.
JunioruGraduate Nurse, Salary,
$1,620, July 3.
U.S. Public Health Service,
Treasury Dept. and Veterans' Ad-
ministration.
Junior Warehouse Examiner, Dept.
of Agriculture, Salary, $2,000, July 17.
Dept. of Agriculture, Salary, $3,200,
July 17.
Junior Warehouse Examiner, Dept.
of Agriculture, Salary, $2,000, July 17.
Associate Warehouse Examiner,'
Dept. of Agriculture, Salary, $3,200,
July 17.
Assistant Warehouse Examiner,'
Dept of Agriculture, Salary, $2,600,
July 17.
Senior Field Aid (Forage Crops),
Salary, $2,000, July 17.
Asst. Laboratory Aid (Plant Tech-
nology), Salary, $1,620, July 17.
Junior Field Aid, Salary, $1,440,
July 17. .
Junior Laboratory Aid, Salary, $1,-
440, July 17.
Senior Architect, Salary, $4,600,
July 24.
Architect, Salary, $3,800, July 24.
Associate Architect, Salary, $3,200,

SPORTS ENTRY BLANK

Intramural Sports

D~epartme~nt

LANSING, June 29-G'P)-The Michi-
gan Senate today confirmed Gov.
Luren D. Dickinson's appointment of
Dr. H. A. Moyer of Charlotte, his
personal physician, as state health
commissioner. Approval also was
given to 35 other appointments.
No action was taken towards con-
firming the reappointment of Ed-
win J. Donahue of Niles to the civil
service commission.

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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Softball
Swimming
Golf
(Average score).
Tennis Singles
Tennis Doubles
(
Handball Singles

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Handball Doubles
Horseshoe Singles
Horseshoe Doubles

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{ ) Squash
( ) Table Tennis
) Badminton
( ) Codeball

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Please indicate partner's name in space below doubles entries.
Name..................Address...................Phone ......
Mail or bring this blank to R. W. Webster, Sunervisor of Intramural
Sports, Intramural Sports Bldg., Ferry Field. All entries close at 5 p.m.,
Thursday, July 6.

It's Nature's cool drink

for thcse warm days.

Phone 8270

July 24.
Assistant Architect, Salary, $2,600,
July 24.
Principal Silviculturist, Salary, $5,-
600, July 24.
Senior Silviculturist, Salary, $4,600,
July 24.
Silviculturist, Salary, $3,800, July
24.
Associate Silviculturist, Salary,
$3,800, uly 24.
Assistant Silviculturist, Salary, $2,-
600, July 24.
Bureau of Plant Industry and For-
est Service, Dept. of Agriculture.
Chief Occupational Therapy Aid
(Arts and Crafts) Salary $2,300, July
24.
St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Dept of
the Interior, Washington, D.C.

Complete announcements on file
at the office of the University Bu-
reau of Appointments and Occupa-
tional Information, 201 Mason Hall.
Office hours: 912 and 2-4.
University Bureau, of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Infor-
matio'n.

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TYPEWRITERS
Sold, Rented, Repaired
Student Supplies
0. D. MORRILL
314 S. State Ph. 6615

ANNUAL PRE-FOURTH OF JULY
Clearance
FRIDAY and SATURDAY

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STRIKES BACI

-Last Times Today
K.I 1 "WITHIN HTE LAW"

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STARTING TODAY!

. AIAIFJTIC

BOB HOPE
SHIRLEY ROSS
swing out with their
new tune triumph.. .
"The Lady's in Love
GENE KRUPA
and his Orchestra
get in the groove with
"Some Like It Hoti"

June 30 and July 1

Better Dresses
Originally priced up to $49.95

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$5

-$9

- $13

Extra Added
Musical in Color j I Cartoon, "Their Last Bean" f l World News

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Silk and Sheer
Wool Dresses
Formerly to $10.75
Now $3.00
Sweaters --Blouses --

ACCESSORIES

BELLE SHARMEER HOSE . . 165 and 1.35
qualities . . .2 pr. for 2.29
SLIPS . . . tailored slips, lace trimmed
slips, taffeta slips and petticoats . .
Broken sizes . . . 1.49

XUNA MERKEL 47
maverti, .careenin'. queenr
of the i~erflg E

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