TIURSDAYJULY 10, 1941
Will Be Givens
By Band Clinic
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Intramural Tournaments Scheduled
To Begin This Week In Ten Sports
The High School Clinic Band, un-
der the direction of Prof. William D.
Revelli of the School of Music, will
present its first concert of the Sum-
mer Session at 4:15 p.m. Sunday in,
Dale C. Harris of Pontiac and Cleo
Fox of Kalamazoo, two of the lead-
ing high school band directors in the
state, will serve as guest conductors.
Sunday's program will open with,
the Chorale "Komm, Seusser Tod" by.
Bach and Leidzeri and will continue
with Wood's "American Rhapsody;"
Filmore's march, "The Footlifter,"
Shadwell's "Slavonic Serenade" and
"Suite in E-Flat" by Holst.
The band will also play "Pax et
Labor" by Pares and the march, "El
Cabellero" by Olividoti. Two of the
band mem:bers, Virgil Wittenberg and
Richard Weir of Sturgis, will present
a drum duet while Kenneth Kost-
mann of Monroe will offer a cornet
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Intramural athletic competition in
10 sports is scheduled to get under
way this week and next as part of the
Summer Session's 14th annual "Play
For All" program.
The sports in which students have
been given the opportunity to com-
pete are softball, swimming, golf,
squash, table tennis, badminton,
codeball, and horseshoe, tennis and
handball, singles and doubles.
During the summer, the I-M staff
under Director A. A. James will draw
up all schedules, officiate at the vari-
cus games and matches and supply
equipment for all sports except ten-
nis, squash, badminton, horseshoes
and codeball. The necessary equip-
:ient for these activities, however,
'will be available for rental at the
"cage" in the Sports Building.
Winners in all sports will be award-
ed fntramural ribbons and will be
given the opportunity to purchase
official Intramural medals, cups,
statuettes and plaques at cost price.
All students desiring to compete
in any of these sports who have not
as yet signed up are urged to do so
as soon as possible by calling Mr.
James at the Sports Building.
Here is a list of all activities for
which the I-M has already drawn up
Six baseball squacw, organized into
an American League, will begin their
summer softball competition at 4:15
p.m. today at South Ferry Field. Mr.
James expects to organize another
six teams into a National Leagae
and have a "Little World Series" in
August to decide the campus cham-
The teams are the Blitzkriegers,
managed by J. Eldersveld; the Chem-
ists, headed by F. C. Benner; the Cur-
rculum Workshop, directed by Ivan
Parker; the Indians, captained by
Art Smith; the Legal Eagles, man-
aged by M. Leitson; and the Tigers,
headed by Russ Waters.
Today the Blitzkriegers will meet
the Tigers, the Chemists will face the
'Legal Eagles; and the Curriculum
Workshop will play the Indians.
Every Monday and Wednesday
during the Summer Session, swim-
ming meets will be held at 4:30 p.m.
at the Intramural Building poolj
which will be open from 10:30 a.m. to
noon and from 3 to 5:30 p.m. daily.
Only five entries have been received
for this activity and Mr. James has
asked all those interested in swim-
ming to contact him some time this
Those who have entered are Frank
Burham, M. Richards, C. E. Max-
well, W. B. Wright, Jr., and Ray Ryn-
berg. Burham won the 25-yard free
style event Monday. Other events
will be the 50 and 100-yard free style,'
the 25 and 50 yard breaststroke and
No games scheduled.
Boston at Detroit
Washington at Chicago, night
Philadelphia at Cleveland, night.
New York at St. Louis, night.
backstroke, the 75-yard medley, the
plunge for distance and diving.
In both the singles and doubles
competition in handball, the game
point will be 21 and the winner will
be required to win two out of three
matches. The singles will be played
at 3:15 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. Friday
and Saturday, July 18 and 19, while
the doubles has been scheduled for
3:15 p.m. Saturday, July 26.
Those participating in the singles
will be M. Reizen, E. Dodo, R. Lyon,
P. E. Lee, R. Franci, J. Funk, M.
Reade, D. Goldring and A. Chegwin.
On the 26th, the team of Dodo and
Levine will meet Reade and Boone
while Callens and Morehouse will
face Reizen and Gurman.
The horseshoes matches will be
played off Thursday, July 17. Game
point will be 21 and the match will
go to the winner of two contests.
Eight students have entered this
activity and the first round pairings
are as follows: R. Nunn vs. C. Wat-
son; D. Goldring vs. H. L. Pfost; M.
Richards vs. K. C. DeGood, and C.
Kenyon vs. A. Cappeto.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, July
15 and 16, I. Giffen, G. Dunfee, O.
Lefko, J. Stone, A. Chegwin and D.
Butler will compete in the opening
badminton singles competition. Game
point will be 15.
Stone, I. W. Cook, R. C. Altman,
L. Schachnow and Lefko will play in
the squash tourney at 4:15 p.m. Mon--
day, July 21.
Twenty-three students have en-
tered the Intramural golf tourna-
Will Be Given
Entertainment To Be Held
For Women Tuesday
All women in physical education
are invited to attend a supper for the
sports seminar Tuesday in the Wo-
men's Athletic Building, time to be
This is in place of the regular class
held from 4 to 6 p.m. each Tuesday,
to which both men and women are
Program planned for the supper
will include discussions on two points,
led by Miss Laurie Campbell of the
Talk will center around recent
teaching techniques and possible
adaptations of such sports as badmin-
ton, swimming, and the team sports
to incomplete facilities. Also stressed
will be accidents involved in certain
activities and the means of avoiding
The seminar, a laboratory course
covering recent trends in women's
athletics, is planned to fit the needs
of the students, various members of
the physical education department
covering their particular fields of in-
terest and information.
It is not too late for ' students to
enter this course, as it is a six-week
class. Women interested in attend-
ing the supper may sign up by Mon-
day at Barbour Gymnasium. There
will be a charge of 50 cents.
ment which will be played at the Uni-
versity Golf Course.
The first round matches must be
played by July 14 with P.G.A. rules
followed in all the eighteen-hole
match play events. Winners will go
into the championship flight and
losers into the first flight.
The first round pairings are as fol-
lows: J. Watkins vs. W. Anderson; J.
Torbitt vs. E. Dandridge; Sam Shep-
ard vs. M. Richards; T. Caldwell vs.
J. Henderson; K. Johnson vs. A. Ten-
nant; W. Miller vs. P. Woodworth; R.
Rynberg vs. R. Hall; C. Stern vs. R.
Tuohy; W. Pfau vs. D. Ladd; H.
Holmes bye; J. Peters vs. F. Dunham,
and W. Bury vs. H. Newell.
Tennis enthusiasts will be offered
the opportunity to play in both
singles and doubles events in the ten-
The first round of the singles tour-
nament will be played at 4:15 p.m.
Thursday, July 17, and Friday, July
18. The doubles matches will be
played at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, July
16. All matches will be decided on
the basis of two out of three sets.
Three out of five will determine the
semi-final and final rounds.
The pairings of the singles are as
follows: Victor Shukup vs. Bill Mc-
Nabb; Tom Gamon vs. G. H. Seger;
Alfonso Chegwin vs. J. Malette; H.
G. Roudabush vs. Louis Lody; R. J.
Piffs vs. C. M. Kenyon; L. Chappell
vs. E. Richardson; D. Lindsey vs. L.
Springer; P. E. Lee vs. Herb London,
and S. Kansanandana vs. W. Row-
The list continues with John Long
vs. Joe Livers; E. O. Johnson vs. F.
Thomson; Max Wexler vs. Julius Hill;
R. Nunn vs. H. Means; H. Moench
vs. O. B. Lefko; E. Danridge vs. D.
Butler; A. L. Yuen vs. Don Smith;
Cecil Bragg vs. Take Kimura; R.
Franco vs. J. Koffel; M. Richards vs.
A. Recknagel, and Emery Freeman,
Listings for the doubles tournament
matches are as follows: Tom Gamon
and Emery Freeman vs. A. L. Yuen
and Take Kimura; Joe Livers -and F.
Thomson, bye; Don Smith and E. O.
Johnson vs. E. Dandridge and H.
Means; W. Rowland and L. Chappell
vs. o. B. Lefko and Max Wexler;
and H. G. Roudabush and R. W. Kirk-
patrick vs. S. Kansanandana and
Table tennis matches, which may
be played any place on campus, must
be completed by Monday, July 14. The
results of each match should be
phoned to the Sports Building as
soon as they are completed.
Those who have entered the com-
petition are C. Zimmerman, M. Rich-
ards, P. E. Lee, O. -B. Lefko, Julius
Hill, A. Baltacioglu, D. Lindsey, R.
Laurie, Jack Tsu, C. Kenyon, Max
Wexler, 'A. Moshy, L. Schachnow, H.
Roudabush, D. Butler, A. Chegwin,
V. Shukur and R. Chen.
Baseball On Exhibition
One of the 12 baseballs signed by
the American League All-Star team
of 1933 is on exhibition this week in
the lobby of the Union. It was
loaned by A. Arnold 'Berman of the
To Be Shown
Art Cinema Will Present
'Cobbler Of Koepenick'
A German film based on an unus-
ual, but true, story, "The Cobbler of
Koepenick," will be the third offer-
ing of the Art Cinema League this
summer, to be shown at 8:15 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 3, in the Lecture Hall
of the Rackham School.
The story concerns a cobbler who
invaded a German town in order to
procure a passport, arresting the
mayor and appropriating the city
treasury, with the aid of a second-
hand captain's uniform. The exploit
so amused Kaiser Wilhelm that he
granted the cobbler a pardon and a
passport after he surrendered.
Tickets for the Art Cinema League's
season of four films may still be ob-
tained for $1 at the League, the
Union and Wahr's book store. No
tickets will be sold for individual
Other foreign films to be present-
ed in the series are the French
movies "The Baker's Wife" and
"Crime and Punishment" and the
English film to be presented at 8:15
p.m. Sunday in the Lecture Hall of
the Rackham School, opening the
season, "Peg of Old Drury."
By BLANCHE DRAPER
(Special to The Daily)
KALAMAZOO, July 10.-Dr. James
B. Edmonson, dean of the School of
Education, University of Michigan,
and Dr. Louis Hopkins, director of
the Summer Session addressed a
group of 175 students and faculty
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No games scheduled.
Chicago at Boston.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York, night.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night.
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All-Campus Women's Tournaments
Sponsored by the Women's Physical Education Department
Check in the square below those tournaments you wish to enter:
E Archery - Columbia Round
® Badminton - Women's Singles
n Golf - Women's Open Singles
 Tennis - Wom"en's Singles
EljTennis - Mixed Doubles*
Mail or bring entries to Barbour Gymnasium not later than Monday,
Tournaments will be posted in the Women's Athletic Building (Bad-
minton in Barbour Gymnasium), by Thursday, July 10.
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