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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tiger Stadium
Can Be Hired
For Fall Fight

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Joe Louis And Bob
May Stage Battle
If Jacobs Pays

Pastor
There
Price

Hoosier Deocrats Two Thousand Attend Faculty Receptic
Want McNotit inr4__Pe
INDIANAPOLIS, June 30.-(A)- (Continued from Page 1) by Prof. and Mrs. Harrison M. Ran- the University of Texas.
Indiana Democrats acclaimed their dall. Others receiving were Prof. and Among the students seen at
favorite son for the 1940 presiden- of Washington in Seattle, Dr. and Mrs. Otto LaPorte -and Prof. and reception were Katherine Swil
tial nomination-47-year-old, white- Mrs. Henry Beaumont of the Uni- Mrs. Arthur W. Smith. Kalamazoo, Evelyn Harr of Dear
haired Paul V. McNutt-in a festive versity of Kentucky in Lexington, Prof. and Mrs. Arthur F. R. Boa, Estelle Goldberg of Baltimore, D
homecoming celebration today on his Dr. and Mrs. Edward Voltmer of Prof. and Mrs. Palmer Throop and McMullan of Grosse Pointe, Doi
return from his post as United States Albion College, Prof. and Mrs. Charles Dr. Abraham Herman were in at- Goebel, Ruth Greitenbach and
High Commissioner to the Philippine Sanford of the University of Illinois, tendance at the reception. Receiving mond McIntyre of Greenville,
Islands. Prof. Harvey Turner of Michigan in the Men's Lounge were Prof. Rob- Wesley Rowland, William MaclI
State College, and Dr. and Mrs. Orie ert B. Hall, Mrs. Lila Pargment, Prof. of Dearborn, Loyal Gryting, Car
A cheering, flag-waving crowd D. Frederick of Saginaw. and Mrs. Arthur S. Aiton, Prof. and T. Hodge of De Pauw Unive
stood under a blazing sun in historic Also receiving in the Study Hall Mrs. Preston B. James, Prof. and Toshio Kito of the University of
monument circle two hours to wel- were the following'members of the Mrs. Charles D. Fries, Prof. and fornia, George Howard of Del
come the former governor and hear Department of Hygiene and Public Mrs. Charles F. Voegeling of DePauw University, Naomi Fukuda, I
him voice a plea for world peace. Health: Dr. and Mrs. John Sund- University, Dr.- William W. Lock- Mitchell, Nina Mitchell, Harriet :
McNutt described the Philippines wall, Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Sinai, wood, .Jr., of the American Council Irene Gelinas, Ruby Kerley, Mr
as "an outpost of decency and peace Dr. Marguerite Hall, Dr. and Mrs. of Institutes of Pacific Relations, Mrs. Frank Collins of Baton R
-the only safe outpost for Chris- L. R. Gates, Miss Hazel Herringshaw Prof. and Mrs. Clarence H. Haring La., Mrs. Fred Kriechkhaus and
tianity in the Orient-the only sure and Miss Amy MacOwan. . of Harvard, Prof. and Mrs. John P. Eleanor Krieckhaus of Mt. Ve
outpost for Americanism in the Or- The physics department in the Gillin of Ohio State University, and Ill., Robertson Strawn and Mr,
ient." West Conference Room was headed Prof. and Mrs. J. Lloyd Markam of Mrs. Ellsworth Briggs.
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DETROIT, June 30.-G')-If Pro-
moter Mike Jacobs wants to stage a
heavyweight title fight in Detroit
between Champion Joe Louis, a
hometown boy, and Bob Pastor of
New York, he can obtain Briggs Sta-
dium as the site provided he is will-
ing to pay the same rental he would.
have to shell out for the use of a
ball park in New York.
That was the word today from
Owner Walter O. Briggs of the De-
troit Tigers, who disclosed that his
representatives would confer with
Jacobs in New York on July 10.
"We are doing this," Briggs said
"because of the demand of the people
of Detroit and vicinity to see Louis
in action in a world's championship
encounter. I am making this state-
ment at this time because in pre-
vious discussions there was too much
ballyhoo about a proposed fight."
Louis, who graduated from the
Detroit amateur ranks, has never
fought here since winning the title.
The "too much ballyhoo" refered to
by the multi-millionaire owner of
the Tigers was the publicity that ac-
companied a visit here by Jacobs
prior to the selection of New York
as the scene of the second Louis-
Max Schmeling fight. At that time
Jacobs visited Briggs Stadium and
called it "The finest ball park for a
fight in tie United States." The
stadium would have a seating ca-
pacity of 80,000 for a fight.
When Briggs revamped the sta-
dium, he announced it would be
available for "outstanding" fights.
However, no fistic battle has ever
taken place within its walls.
Says Auto Workers
Won't Turn To AFL
GRAND RAPIDS, June 30.-(P)--
John Brophy, national director of
the Congress of Industrial Organiza-
tions, said in a naddress here today
that "there is no more chance of the
automotive workers of Michigan go-
ing back to an outmoded form of
organization than there is of turning
back the tides of time."
Brophy was a principal speaker at
the first annual convention of the
Michigan State Industrial Union
Council.
Coerce Jewish Labor
VIENNA, June 30.-()-Jews be-
tween the ages of 18 and 35 were sum-
moned today to report for work on
Germany's double lane superhigh-
ways. The order reflected a serious
shortage of manpower in Germany.
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DIRECTORY
FOR RENT
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furnished apartment, fireplace,
electric refrigerator, private bath,
$45; 3 rooms unfurnished, tile bath
$50; 4 room furnished apartment
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Phone 2-2839. 23
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2
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TYPING-Reasonable and accurate.
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LOST

LOST-Old fashioned gold bracelet,
old inscription inside; keepsake.
Reward. Mrs. Genevieve Stone,
324 Maynard. Phone 4702. 19
LAUNDRIES
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices. 1
LAUNDRY - Student's Laundry.
Shirts 12c. We call for and deliver.
Phone 4863 for other prices. Mrs.
Richards. 21
SILVER LAUNDRY
607 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
Price List
All articles washed and ironed.
Shirts.....................14
Undershirts................04
Shorts.....................04
Pajama Suits.................10
Socks, pair...................03
Handkerchiefs ..............02
Bath Towels............... .03

Campus Beauty, 1939

Above is Marcia Connell, '39,
of Detroit, Michigan's most beauti-
ful contribution to the alumni
world in several years. Chosen Big
Ten Beauty Queen two years run-
ning, Marcia was never out of the
spotlight during her career at Mich-
igan, and kept her scholastic aver-
agc high. She is a Michigan repre-'
sentative at the New York World's
Fair this summer.

Twenty-five persons were injured, several of them critically, when a crowded eastbound bus
the rear of a loaded companion stage 15 miles west of Flagstaff, Ariz. The collision occurred afte
coach stopped to pick up a woman and three children. The -damaged nose of the rear bus, whose
went a leg amputation, is shown here.
Lead Fight For H alting Foreign Silver PurchesE

I'm OK, Mamma'

After taking too many on the
chin from the fists of Joe Louis,
Tony Galento got consolation and a
kiss from "the Mrs."-Mary Gal-
ento-in his Yankee Stadium dress-
ing room. Tony mumbled "Joe's a
good fighter. But he don't hit so
hard. I couldn't see; that's all."

These three.Senators, left to right, Elmer Thomas (Oklahoma), Key Pittman (Nevada), and Pat McCarran
(Nevada) led the fight in the Senate that led to passage of- a bill to discontinue purchases of foreign silver
after July 1. Later the Treasury department slashed its price for the foreign silver from 43 to 40 cents an oun
ce.

Couple Hopes To Keep Baby

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