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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. Y S. 1941

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Szantho, Poinar To Give Recital
The famous Metropolitan Opera Case, pianist, will serve as accom-
star, Enid Szantho, and George Poin- panist.
ar of Baldwin Wallace College will Scheduled to be heard on the pro-
present the first of two recitals at gram ares ongs by Schumann, Strauss
8:30 p.m. Suflday in the Rackham and Brahms and Mozart's "Sonata
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German motorcycle troops rode past a burning Russian town, Ger-
man sources said this picture shows. This photo was sent from Berlin
to New York via radio.
NITE and DATE
By BARBARA JENSWOLD was done by hostesses Bea Selvin,
L ETE EST ICI, it seems-replete Rowena Scheffer and Dorothy Wikel,
with electrical storms and a new among others? Just this spot of hos-
batch of students, and minus many pitality makes the dances so unique
of the dogs which used to bark at and successful . . . Henry Lacey,
the squirrels. Thus, the signal has Jack Payton and Ernie Scherer, how-
sounded for a colyum to relieve night ever, preferred to make their own
editor of the job of writing so many advances to the ladies.
heads and to print some of the items * * *
along the social line which would We met lots more at the second
otherwise be lost to posterity. dance. Dorothy Zellman and Joe
We were duly impressed by the re- West, both from Pennsylvania,
ception last Thursday. It just shows seemed to be enjoying themselves,
to go you that students do want to as were Adolfo Mussenden from
meet their teachers outside of class Porto Rico and Peggy Weltzien of
and talk to them on an equal foot- New York City . . . Most fascinating.
ing When nearly half of those so'th'n accents made their app-ear-
at such an affair choose to pass down ance Saturday in the persons of Lu-
the receiving line and chat with the cille Smith of New Orleans and Alice
bigwigs, it's a sharp sign of interest Lee Googe from Athens, Ga.
in what makes the wheels go 'round. Also waltzing to the strains of Clark
* * McClellan's orchestra were Marge
Interesting item on student status Oreck, Dean Hutzen, Warren Walker
and conventions: Word has been re- and Grace Bredin. From far off
ceived at this end of the line that one come Mary Gulbranson, whose home
of our law students, with a Stanford is in Panama, and Nestor Valesco of
pal, has set up housekeeping in a Porto Rico .
"shiny new" box car, for the trek Others tossing those 500-page as-
homeward: Swept out to a point of signments to the wind were Joe Cot-
immaculate-ness, the vehicle has been terman, Logansport, Ind., and, Mary
decorated with maps and freight Lyle Gunn, Bill MacLeod and Sav-
schedules . . . Only problem re- erio Bruni, all of Birmingham. .We
maining is how to evict the tramp saw, too, Sharley Powell of Montana,
who also thought the setup pretty Claire Chamberlin and Gale Ecsen-
smooth. barger.
DANCING in the League has al- THAT'S ALL the space they saved
ready become something of a us, so quick-like, don't forget the
byword, with more than 200 students tea dance Wednesday, and the dance
turning out Friday, and a hundred and bridge classes! And Monday
more Saturday-in spite of the fact night square dancing!
that so many went home over the
holidays. We glimpsed Ruth Lewis The flower trade of the Nether-
and Ruth Glaser at the first dance, lands Indies has been depressed by
And did you notice what a swell job expenditures for war.
All-Campus Women's Tournaments
Sponsored by the Women's Physical Education Department
Check in the square below those tournaments you wish to enter:

A T 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 8, providing the world is kind, we'll be some-
place in Briggs Stadium enjoying one of baseball's greatest thrills-an
All-Star game. We'll see three of the great National League hurlers in
action, Bobby Feller, and an almost unequalled array of American League
sluggers including Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams. But more than that
we'll see two managers' "dream teams" in action showing perfection in
practically every field of play. We haven't been able to see an All-Star
game since we came to college and we're not going to miss this one.
Although a true National League fan, we're going to predict a
junior circuit victory this time. Del Baker has just too much power to
offer, despite the fact that he has only one All-Star veteran hurler he
can count on--Bobby Feller. Ruffing has been in four of these games
before but the old redhead "ain't what he used to be" and Russo, Smith,
Lee, Benton and Hudson are all playing in their first inter-league
contest.
THE WAY IT LOOKS at this writing, Baker will start Feller and then
probably send in Thornton Lee of the White Sox. His third pitcher
should be Ruffing. Detroit's Alton Benton would be in line for part of the
assignment if he hadn't pitched Sunday.
Bucky Walters of the Reds has been tentatively selected as the Na-
tional League's starting hurler by Manager Bill McKechnie but no
pitcher has been more than hinted at for the other innings. The Deacon,
according to our figures, will get his best results from the Dodgers' Whitlow
Wyatt, who has won 13 games already this season. And we're still won-
dering why Kirbe Higbee, also of the Dodgers, wasn't put on the All-star
squad; he's No. 2 hurler in the circuit right now with 11 victories and six
defeats.
BIG POWER in the contest should come from Jolting Joe DiMaggio,
who got six for nine Sunday, running his hitting streak to 48 con-
secutive games. Big Joe, however, doesn't usually hit inthese All-Star
games, the record books giving him only a .167 average for his work in
five of them. But there will be other big bats; no one is going to over-
look the steady swinging of such stars as Williams, Heath, Mize, Foxx
and Reiser, or even York, Keller, Cronin and Lavagetto.
SOME All-Star figures.. . . thus far in the inter-league series the junior
circuit has won five games and the National League three . . .. no player
has appeared in all eight contests, although Jimmy Foxx has been selected
for all of them . . . . Medwick, Herman and Ott are the only ones who have
played in seven games.
Best hitters among the All-Star regulars is Gehringer with .500,
Herman with .429 and Foxx with .333 .... no tilt has gone into extra
innings .. .. no batter has hit a home run with the bases loaded in any
game .... no opposing team has ever been held to less than three hits .
... in only one inning of any game has a team scored more than three
runs .... that was in the second contest when the American Leaguers
pounded Mungo and Warneke for six.
BIGGEST CROWD came out in 1935 at the Cleveland Stadium (69,812)
smallest crowd the following year at Boston (25,556) ... total at-
tendance for all eight games, 346,654 . . . . only 10 homers have been belted
out .... Frisch and Gehrig being the only ones to do it twice . .. . Gomez
is the only pitcher in either league who has won more than one All-Star
game . . . . "Goofy" won in '33, '35 and '37 and lost in '38.
Note: McKechnie announced last night that Wyatt would get the nod
over Walters for the starting pitching assignment.
Tennis Captain Jim Tobin, prettiest man on campus last year (remem-
ber?) finally did win the Public Parks tourney in Detroit. Max Gurman,
a grad student here who lost in the semi-finals, is now playing in a tourna-
ment in the Adirondacks.

Going-Out-of-Business Sale
Large Discounts on Music
and Musical Instruments

EVERYTHING MUST GO!

STOCK AND FIXTURES!

SECRETARIAL and
BUSINESS TRAINING
FOR DEFENSE OR CAREER
Hamilton Business College
Air-Conditioned William at State

Come Early and Get Your Choice!
SCHAEBERLE Music House
533 East Liberty

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Pi Lambda Theta
Will Sponsor Daily
League Luncheons

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Pi Lambda Theta's local chapter
will entertain with informal daily
luncheons this week at the Michigan
League, for members and guests vis-
iting the campus during the confer-
ences of the New Education Fellow-
ship.
Chapter President Noma Pearl
Reid, assisted by Clara Berdan, so-
cial chairman for the Summer Ses-
sion,' is in charge of arrangements.
Each noon a committee of host-
esses will be on hand to greet the
guests. Those assisting include:
Dorothy Tissue, Nina McAdam, and
Sarah Fairchild, who will serve Mon-
day; Naomi Seelye, Judith Jimenez,
and Verna Holtman, assisting Tues-
day; Donna Hoyt, Rose Fahey, and
Mrs. Dorothy Simonson, Wednesday;
Judith Jimenez and Johanna Meijer,
Thursday, and Dr. Marguerite Hall,
in charge of the Friday luncheon.

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(*Partner's Name:)

Mail or bring entries to Barbour Gymnasium not later than Monday,
July 7.
Tournaments will be posted in the Women's Athletic Building (Bad-
minton in Barbour Gymnasium), by Thursday, July 10.
Name
Telephone Number
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