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THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1941

THE MICHIGAN , DAILY

THIIHGA AL

T opic Chosen
For Summer
Parley Session
(Continued from Page 1)
K. Pollock of the Department of Poli-
tical Science; Prof. Howard McClus-
ky and Mr. Claude Eggertson of the
School of Education and Prof. De-
Witt Parker of the philosophy de-
partment.
The Summer Parley is an outgrowth
of the Spring Parley which has pro-
vided a medium of faculty-student
discussions for many years. The
Spring Parley was taken over in
1936 by the Student Senate, which
has since added winter and summer
conferences.
The sessions of the Parley, open to
all students and townspeople, are
aimed at creating an informal at-
mosphere for free discussion of re-
ligious, social, and political topics.
Symposiums,-questions from the floor,
and addresses have been employed to
give faculty and students a meeting
place unrestricted by classroom con-
ventions.

Changing Guards In The City Of Damascus; Citizens Watch Pretzel Club
Dark Horse
4Are W inn
- Rvndberg Hurls 12-6
Against Faculty; Ph
Defeat Ciceros By
s . C'oming from behind in th
inning with a 10 run onslaug
Pretzel Benders defeated theF
in an Intramural National1
game yesterday by a score of1
4 Barney Hughes of the Engl
partment was the losing hurle
.Roy Rynberg emerged the w
pitcher.
."::.'Pitching four-hit ball,
;<f iRichards led the Dark Hors
^. 14 to 3 victory over the Ox
":.:squad. Football guard Bob
..ar pitched for thy losers.
ij iThe Physics team drove 1
....... . .........across the plate against Georg
/ ..ser and the Cicero Pups whi
" Merritt held the losers to fot
The populace of Damascus turned out to watch British and Free French troops rumble into Damascus Thus far the Pretzel Bende
after its evacuation by the Vichy French forces. Allied advances finally brought an aimistice to Syria, and won both of their contests, th
Lebanon has signed a convention for the end of hostilities. Horses have won one ball gan

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MARTEX TOWELS One hundred and
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of the three-weeks period of instruc-

lost none, the Physics squad has won
and lost a game and both Ox Lodge
and Cicero's Pups have lost one con-
test and have no victories.
Today in the American League the
Blitzkriegers will meet the Indians,,
the Legal Eagles will face the Cur-
riculum Workshop squad and the
Tigers will fight it out with the
Chemists.
In The Majors
(By The Associated Press)
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tion has spread, and the number at-
tending has increased steadily.
This year there are 44 girls and
103 boys attending the Clinic. Sev-
eral are sent here on scholarships
from their home town. The Iron
Mountain Chamber of Commerce has
sent three to the 1941 Clinic on schol-

SUITS . . 1 group of
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and arships.
ei- The boys live in Lloyd House, and
the girls in Mosher Jordan. Tuition
e in of $38.50 covers all charges for the
ing. three weeks period.
The Clinic this year has such re-j
nowned musicians as guest conduc-
ors as Mark Hindsley, University of
Illinois; Morton Gould, New York
City; Dale Harris, director of instru-
mental music, Pontiac, and Cleo Fox,
director of instrumental music, Kala-
mazoo.
Each day the schedule includes re-
hearsals of individual sections of the
Clinic Band, a full band rehearsals,
classes and in the evening organized
etertainment for the students.
It has been found in the past that
a great many of those attending the
clinic have returned to the University
to attend the School of Music.
The climax of the Clinic's program
will be a concert July 26 in which
the Clinic Band will combine with
the Summer Session to present a
twilight concert at Ferry Field.
Price. Will Give Lecture
To German Club Today
German Club members will visit
the Carillon Tower at 7 p.m. today
to see Prof. Percival Price and the
bell mechanism in action.
Students interested in the demon-
stration will meet at the Deutches
Haus at 1443 Washtenaw or at the
Carillon Tower at 7 p.m. Club mem-
bers will be in the tower from 7.15
to 8 p.m. to watch and hear Profes -
sor Price play his evening concert.
Following the concert, Professor
Price will address the club on "Ei i-
ges ueber das Glockenspiel."

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Wednesday's Results
New York 10, Cleveland 3
Boston 2, Chicago 1
St. Louis 11, Philadelphia 2
'Washington at Detroit, wet gds.
Thursday's Games
Washington at Detroit
Boston at Chicago, night
Philadelphia at St. Louis, night
New York at Cleveland, night

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Wednesday's Results
New York 7, Cincinnati 4
Boston 4-5, Pittsburgh 1-13
St. Louis 7, Brooklyn 4
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 9
Thursday's Games
Chicago at Philadelphia
Pittsburgh at Boston
Cincinnati at New York, night
(Only Games Scheduled)
DiMaggio Gets 56th
CLEVELAND, July 16.--(P)-Those
redhot New York Yankees put a 10 to
3 crusher on Cleveland today, boom-
ing their lead to six full games as
Joe DiMaggio hit safely for his 56th
straight contest.,

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