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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1941
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Blitzkriegers
Beat Lawyers,

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Tigers Win 21-6; Remain
Only Undefeated Team
Behind the two-hit pitching of Fos-
ter Van Vliet, the Blitzkriegers
slaughtered Takeo Kimura and the
Legal Eagles yesterday by a score of
14 to 1 in the Intramural American
League.
The Tigers belted out 18 hits in
their game against the Indians to win
21 to 6 and remain the only unbeat-
en team in the League. Larry Saltis
was the winning pitcher while Al
Smith hurled for the losers.
In the third League game, the Cur-
riculum Workshop squad pounded
Harold Smith of the Chemists for a
13 to 6 victory to give Bob Morning-
star his first victory of the campaign.
Today the six teams in the Naional
circuit will battle it out for league
leadership. The only teams which
met Monday were the Pretzel Benders
and the Physics squad but Ox Lodge,
Faculty, Dark Horses and Cicero's
Pugs are all reported ready for action.
The Blitzkreigers will meet the In-
dians, the Legal Eagles will play the
Curriculum Workshop and the Tigers
will face the Chemists tomorrow.
Custer Plans Celebration
FORT CUSTER, July 15.-()-A
party Wednesday will inaugurate the
first Fort Custer .birthday program
for 150 soldiers having birthdays this
month. Parties will be held each
month for soldiers whose birthdays
occur during that period.

French House
To Serve Tea;
Club To Meet
Residents of Le Foyer Francais are
giving a tea from 4 to 6 p.m. today in
their house at 1414 Washtenaw Ave.
All persons interested in France,
its language and its culture are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Le Foyer Francais is under the
direction of Mlle. Jeanne Rosselet of
the faculty of Goucher College, assist-
ed by Miss Deirdre McMullan.
Members of the French Club will
meet at 8 p.m. tomorrow at Le Foyer
Francais.
Speaker will be Mrs. Charles B.
Vibbert. wife of Professor Vibbert of
thie philosophy department, who will
present "Etapes Psychologiques en
France entre 1939 et 1941."
Mrs. Vibbert will trace the recent
progress of psychological development
in France, using as her material testi-
monies of French people. Herself a
native of France, Mrs. Vibbert has a
nurrber of relatives and friends on
the continent, from whom she ob-
tains first hand information concern-
ing conditions in France.
Besides the talk, there will be the
singing of French songs and other
informal entertainment
77th Gains Full Strength
FORT CUSTER, Mich., July 15.-
(AP)-A contingent of 189 soldiers
from Fort Belvoir, Va., arrived here
today to bring the 77th Engineer
Company, a light pontoon unit, to
full strength.

Many Sports Open To Women
Several activities have been planned Barbour Gymnasium will be open
for this and ensuing weeks in con- to both men and women from 7:30 to
nection with the women's physical 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, to
education department. enable students to play badminton
Women who are entered in either on the indoor courts. There will be
the singles or doubles in the tennis an instructor available for those wish-
competition are advised that their ing her services, although it is stressed
first round must be played off by that recreational competitive playing
Saturday. The schedule for play is will be done.
posted in the Women's Athletic Build- Students who possess no equipment
ing, arld the games will take place for badminton may rent the same at
in the courts on Palmer Field. the gymnasium for a small fee.

First putting contest of the Sum-
mer Session has been scheduled for
5 p.m. at Palmer Field. Miss Marie
Hartwig, who is in charge of the
competition, urges that women inter-
ested in golf participatein this event.
It will not be necessary to sign up
beforehand.
Women desiring entrance in the
18-hole, medal play tournament on
the University Course may register
at the office in Barbour Gymnasium
up until next Saturday.
Swimmers may practice their
strokes at 8:30 p.m. each Tuesday
and Thursday in the Union swimming
pool.

N.Y. City Honors Gehrig
NEW YORK, July 15.-(P)-A bill
to name the plaza in front of the
Bronx County Building Lou Gehrig
Plaza, in memory of the former cap-
tain and first baseman of the New
York Yankees who died June 2, was
passed unanimously today by the
New York City Council. The plaza
is in 161st Street, between Walton
Avenue and the Grand Concourse,
less than two blocks from Yankee
Stadium. The bill does not become
effective until signed by Mayor F. H.
LaGuardia.

NOO N S P'AEC I ALS
SWISS CHEESE SANDWICH
Soup
Choice of a Salad or Dessert 26C
Beverage
CORN BEEF MIASH
Rolls or Bread
Choice: Potato or a Vegetable
Choice of a Salad or Dessert
Beverage
UNION TAPROOM

ALBUM SETS SIi
Carnival of the Animals
-Saint Saens, Stokowski Whey
and Philadelphia, M785
Golden Anniversary Album My1
-Paderewski, M748 Love
Sa
I Hear America Singing
-Walt Whitman Whe
John Charles Thomas and Defe
Victor Chorus, M764 H
Brahms' Concerto in B-Flat Nigh
Minor - Horowitz and NBC
Orchestra, M740 V
Five
Musical Americana Five
Raymond Paige Orchestra,
G-28
Tocc
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Latin Favorites V-
-Pedro Vargas, P17
Migrn
Carm
V-,
508 East Williams Street
Phope 7515

NGLE RECORDS
Hand Is Frozen
-La Boheme
In The Night is Calm
Luisa Miller
V-18059 Giuseppe Lugo
Heart at Thy Sweet Voice
Come Aid My Weakness
mson and Delilah, V-18008
Marion Anderson
re'er You Walk
nd Her! Heaven
andel, V-17456
Lawrence Tibbett
t On Bare Mountain
oussorgsky, Pts I and II
17900, Stokowski and
Philadelphia
German Dances -Schubert
2162, 2163, Philharmonic
Symphony
ata and Fugue, d minor
Bach
18058, Power Biggs
non, .Act II - Thomas
men, Act II - Bizet
2161, Castagna
Formerly
The University
Music Shop

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