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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

-t Public
Showings

Tear Gas Is Used To Rout WPA Pickets In Minneapolis

Programs Presented
y Education Group
c showings of both silent and
novies will be given at 2 to 5
aily beginning tomorrow in
ditorium of the architecture
.nder the auspices of the Vis-
lucation Department of the
of Education.
'eels will be shown each after-
nd programs will be listed in
ily.
Tomorrow's Program
pansion of Germany
rket Gardening
ne Seashore Animals
mal Life in the Hedgerows

Badminton Tourney
To Begin Tomorrow
Three first round matches will be
played tomorrow to start the men's
Intramural badminton tournament
under way.
Eleven men have entered the com--
petition, which will be held on the
Intramural courts. Times and Courts
have been assigned for this after-
noon's matches as follows:
M. Huvanandha vs. R. Slepihn,
4:15 p.m., Court 1.
N. Upton vs. I. Giffen, 4:15 p.m ,
Court 2.
C. Pelto vs. K. Wax, 5:15 p.m.,
Court 1.
C. L. Nye, Jerry Rosensweig, B.
Indradat, Earl McConnell and Paul
Barada drew byes in the first round.
Picnic To Be Held Today
By Graduate Outing Club
The Graduate Outing Club holds
its weekly picnic today at the Coun-
try Park at Clear Lake.
The party will leave at 2:30 p.m.
from in front of the Rackham Build-
ing for an afternoon of swimming,
baseball and hiking. There is a
charge of 40 cents which includes
transportation and lunch.
Miss ,orothy E. Shapland, chair-
man, rkquests that more members
provide cars in order that all who
want to go may be taken care of.

White Sox Beat A's As
Reds Outfight Giants In
Hotly Contested Game
DETROIT, July 15.-(P)-Coursing
back into their old habits, the world
champion New York Yankees fright-
ened the Detroit Tigers into a 10 to
7 defeat today in the deciding game
of their three-game series.
The Tigers matched the Yanks in
hits and homers, but had the jitters
so badly they made five errors--on
top of four in yesterday's game.
The champions scored in every one
of the first four innings until they
amassed nine of their total runs and
gave Monte Pearson such a lead he
was able to get credit for the victory
even though finally batted out in the
seventh.
Tommy Henrich started the trouble
with a homer in the first and Bill
Dickey added his 12th of the season to
head a four-run outburst in the sec-
ond, with two errors by Roy Cullen-
bine figuring in the scoring. This
was as far as Tommy Bridges lasted
to get charged with his third defeat
of the season after 11 victories. Three'
other pitchers followed.
CLEVELAND, July 15.-(AP)-Bos-
ton's. Red Sox ran their winning
streak to 10 straight today, defeat-

ing Cleveland 9-5 behind Fritz Oster-
mueller and Emerson Dickman.
Boston scored five runs in the first
on five hits, two walks an error to
drive Willis Hudlin from the mound.
CHICAGO, July 15.-(P)-Pitch-
ing himself out of repeated jams in
the last six frames, Johnny Rigney,
young White Sox right-hander, de-
feated the Philadelphia Athletics to-
day, 7 to 3, for Chicago's only victory
in the three game series.
ST., LOUIS, July 15.-(P)-The St.
Louis Browns shook off their ninth
inning complex today and won, 8 to 7,
from the Washington Senators in the
third and rubber game of the series.
Roxie Lawson pitched most of the
way for the Browns, relieving Jack
Kramer after the Nats had scored
four runs and two were out in the
first inning.
NEW YORK, July 15.-(P)-The
red hot rivalry between the Cincin-
nati Reds and New York Giants broke
into a riotous argument between the
Giants and umpires over a home run
by Harry Craft today and resulted
in the banishment of three New York
players before the Reds won 8 to 4.
Try A DAILY Classified

Yanks Beat Tigers, 10 To 7;
Boston Makes It 10 Straight

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Sunday's Games

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Smoke rises from a crowded Minneapolis street after police riding in armored cars hurled tear gas bombs to'
rout 300 pickets and enable 150 women working on a WPA sewing project to leave their jobs. Six persons, two of
them patrolmen suffering from tear gas, were treated at a hospital after the melee.

Italia' Skipper Now Teacher

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From Italy comes Gen. Umberto Nobile. (right), airplane designer who
twice skippered dirigbles across the North Pole, to teach American stu-
dent pilots. This fall he'll teach aerodynamics and mathematics at the
Lewis Holy Name School of Aeronautics in Lockport, Ill., where he's
shown. His only close relative, a daughter, 21, will join him soon.

Is Favorite
vim Competition
in the ten-event swim-
tion being held at the
ol this summer will be
0 p.m. tomorrow, with
'ing in the 50-yard free
rell is a favorite to in-
ad in the competition
v's race by virtue of his
25-yard free style ev.ent
Treadwell, with 260
rst place for the entire
head of Bill Tull, who
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(Continued from Page 3)
Center: The Language Teas at the
International Center for this week
are announced as follows: Tuesday,
July 18, 4 p.m. Latin American Tea;
Thursday, July 20, 4:15 p.m., Rus-
sian Tea; Friday, July 21, the Chi-
nese Tea will be omitted because of
the ice Scream festival for the bene-
fit of medical relief for China.
Placement: The first of three dis-
cussions as to "Why People Do Not
Get Jobs" will be held at 7:15 in the
Rackham Building Tuesday evening,
July 18, by Dr. T. Luther Purdom,
Director : of the Bureau. The topic
of the first discussion will be "Ap-
pearance," with demonstrations by
various students.
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational In-
formation.
Talking pictures on the war in Chi-
na and a European film on world or-
ganization will be shown Tuesday,
July 18, 7:30 p.m., at the Michigan
Union in Room 316.
Faculty Concert: Members of the
faculty of the School of Music will
join in providing a program of vocal,
piano, violin and organ music, Tues-
day evening, July 18 at 8:30 o'clock,
in Hill Auditorium. The general
public is invited without admission
charge. The program will be offered
by Thelma Lewis, soprano, accom-
panied at the piano by Ernest Hares,
Wassily Besekirsky, violinist; Joseph
Brinkman, pianist; and Palmer
Christian, organist.
Speech Students: A Symposium on
Graduate Studies in the field of ra-
dio and interpretation will be held
Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m., July
19, in Morris Hall. All graduate stu-
dents whose work touches upon these
fields should be in attendance.
G. E. Densmore.
Doctor's Degree in Speech: All ap-
plicants and candidates for the Doc-
tor's Degree in Speech should call
at the Speech Office, 3211 Angell
Hall, on July 19, 20 or 21 and arrange
for an annnintment with the Gradu-

man, and all those interested are in-
vited to attend.
Students, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts: Except under ex-
traordinary circumstances, courses
dropped after Saturday, July 22, will
be recorded with a grade of E.
E. A. Walter.
Notice to Seniors. Seniors expect-
ing to teach in the state of New York
are notified that the examination in
French, German, Spanish, and Itali-
an will be given here on Aug. 5.
Those expecting to take this examin-
ation will have to notify this office
immediately so that we can inform
the "Division of Examinations" July
22.
Mail is being held in the Summer
Session office, 1213 Angell Hall, for
the following:
Leslie Boldrey
Walter Coulles
Sinesio Docdor
H. A. Fawler
Richard Heidner
Arthur Hocket
John Hollen
Hubert Holloway
Ruth Horland
Samuel Jacobs
Anatole Kopp
Paul S. Lane
George Luke
James MacDonald
R. K. Merton
Ilbert Mohlanan
Seymour Morrison
Harold Perkel
Eliver A. Schroeder
J. F. Shronts
Horace S. Telford
James H. Zant
Donald Courtney Wingo
H. M. Tieter
Burgess Vine
Guests Are Featured
In Church Services
(Counnued from Page 1)
His topic is "The Youth Situation in
America." The meeting begins at 6
p.m. and. will be followed by refresh-
ments and a fellowship hour.
Regular services at the Bethlehem
Evangelical Church are conducted in
German at 9 a.m. and in English at
10:30 a.m. Walter Lauer, student at
the Eden Theological Seminary, will
nreach the srmnn at the English

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call
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