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Women's Singles Tennis Tourney Begins

Of the three first-round matches ins
the women's singles tennis tourna-
ment, to have been completed yester-
day, one tiemained unplayed.
In the match between Jean Clay-
ton and Marguerite Graham, Miss
Clayton pounded ahead to take the
two-out-of-three sets, leaving her op-
ponent with a love score in both cases.
Ruth Berge downed Olive Grambow
by 6-3, 6-0. The winner has not yet
been chalked up in the match between

Esther Sleator and Virginia Kenway.
Five sets. of players received byes
in the first round. Of these, one
player, Margaret Cotton, hasreached
the semi-finals, after winning two
love sets from Mary Young.
Winners have not yet been record-
ed in the mixed doubles tournament,
in which eight couples were entered,
and which was scheduled to have been
under way yesterday.

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West Quadrangle To Give Record Concerts

Programs of recorded classical
music are being offered each week,
Monday through Thursday, from 6:45
to 7:30 p.m., in the Main Lounge of
West Quadrangle.
These programs, known as the
Strauss Library Music Hour, will be
conducted by Cornelius D. Gall, di-
rector of the Mamilton Community
Symphony Orchestra and a graduate
student in the School of Music.
Beginning the program for the

second week will be selections from
the opera, "Porgy and Bess" by
Gershwin, and Brahms' "Trout Quin-
tet," to be presented Monday.
Tuesday's selection is Brahms'
"Symphony No. 1." Rachmaninoff's
"Piano Concerto No. 3" will be played
Wednesday, and Thursday's recorded
program will feature a song recital
starring Marian Anderson, Lawrence
Tibbett, Lily Pons, Ezio Pinza, Kirs-
ten Flagstad and Richard Croaks.


Acclaimed the best foreign picture
of 1940
August 3
August 10
Tickets available at League and Union
No single admissions
Sunday night performances at 8:15 P.M.

A 4 p.m. service Saturday, Aug. 2,
will unite in marriage Norene Jad-
win, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Ward Jadwin of Ann Arbor, and El-
wyn L. Treat of Dayton, Ohio, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Treat of
Scene of the wedding will be the
First Methodist Church, with Dr.
Charles W. Brashares officiating. A
reception will follow, at the church.
A graduate of the University, Miss
Jadwin received her degree from the
college of pharmacy this year. She
is a member of Iota Sigma Pi, chem-
istry honor society, and has been

active in Kappa Phi, Methodist sor-
Mr. Treat received his degree last
year in aeronautical engineering and
is now employed as a production en-
gineer at Wright Field in Dayton. 1
Virginia Gwinner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest E. Gwinner, was
married July 5 at the Bethlehem
Evangelical Church to Karl Horning.,
son of Mrs. Christian Horning and
the late Mr. Horning. A wedding
supper was given at the League by
the bride's parents.
Mrs. Horning is a University gra du-

ate, and is a member of Alpha Gam-
ma Delta sororiy. Mr. Horning was
graduated from Michigan State Nor-
mal College. He is at present a mem-
ber of the display advertising staff
of the Ann Arbor Daily News.
* - *
Saturday, July 5, was also chosen
by Elizabeth Grace French, daugh-
ter of the Rev. and Mrs. James Les-!
lie French of Caro, for her wedding
ceremony. The bridegroom is Lt.
John Graham Young of Utica, N.Y.,
son of Prof. and Mrs. Leigh J. Young
of Ann Arbor.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Young are Uni-
versity graduates. They will reside
at 42%/ Parkside Court in Utica.
~.* *
On the day of their graduation,
June 21, Mildred Loraine Bos of Mus-
kegon and Albert Feldman of Lovers-
ville, N.Y., were married at the home
of the Rev. Howard Busching in Ann
Mrs. Feldman received her bache-

Beginning the program for the ten Flagstad and Richard Crooks.



and Mr. Feldman received his bache-
lor of science in engineering.
Prior toher graduation the bride
was on the sophomore staff of The
Daily, a member of Choral Union and
secretary of the Alice Palmer co-
operative house.
Mr. Feldman is a member of Phi
Eta Sigmanhonorary society in en-
gineering, and of the American Insti-
tute of Chemical Engineers. During
his junior and senior years he was a
Donovan scholar. He also served in
the office of president of the Michi-
gan cooperative houses.
Following a wedding trip to Lake
St. Clair, the couple have been at
home at 611 Church. Mr. Feldman
is taking graduate work in the Uni-
versity during the Summer Session.
* * *

gagement of their daughter, Eliza-
beth Loretta, to Carl A. Pearson of
Yankton, S.D.
Graduate of the University, Miss
Bingham has been librarian at the
Ann Arbor High School, since taking
graduate work. here in library science.
Mr. Pearson is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota.
Cletus M. Hall of Blissfield, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 33: Hall,
and Bernard Shields, formerly of Ann
Arbor and Birmingham, son of Mrs.
Henry Wade Shields of Battle Creek
and the late Mr. Shields, were mar-
ried July 5 in Blissfield.
Both are University graduates, Mrs.
Shields belonging to Delta Gamma
sorority and the bridegroom being a
member of Sigma Chi fraternity. The
couple will live ini Blissfield.




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FORMER "Yard Bird" Hank Greenberg, now a private first class, has re-
ceived a boost in pay from $21 to $27 a month . . . . there is, however,
no definite indication that the army is competing with Briggs for his serv-
ices .... from Minneapolis comes the news that some 18,000 yards of sod
have just been laid on the University of Minnesota stadium and practice
fields . . . . the job was made necessary by a blizzard last November which
killed the grass on the Gopher fields . . . it affected Harmon too, remember?
Looking through one of our disorganized files we found the follow-
ing information about some of the members of the 1937 football squad
.... Bob Campbell is now coaching at Manistee High School ... Fred
Trosko has given up his job at Hudson High School to enter the army . .
. .-(say, isn't that where Jack Armstrong, the All-American boy, hangs
pany in Detroit .... Stark Ritchie received his law degree and plans
out?) .... Jim Lincoln is now with the FBI at the Packard Motor Com-
to practice in Cleveland .... and Jack Brennan, author of the witticism
that "four out of five girls are beautiful and the fifth comes to Michi-
gan," is now coach at Milan . . . . Brennan also had some nice things
to say about Summer School coeds but we'll withhold them by popular

lor's degree in the field of sociology, of Alpena have announced the en-

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couple will live in Blissfield.

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hurler, is proud possessor of
draft No. 98, the second, drawn in
Thursday's lottery . . . everything
seems to happen to the lowly
Cecil Travis, the Senators' star third
baseman, is due to join the army soon
and in the National League it's the
Phillies that have been hit hardest
by the selective service . . . Hugh
Mulcahy is already at camp and Joe
Marty is next to go . . . Mulcahy,
incidentally, led the circuit last year
in games lost (22) . . . he expected
to do a bit better in the army but
he still ends up as losing pitcher
they make him hurl four innings for
each side when he plays.
More All-Star voting informa-
tion ... Evashevski is still the No.
1 quarterback . . . Harmon is sec-
ond and Kromer is 23rd among the
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" the ends . . . and Fritz 'has fallen
to 23rd among the guards . . . we
have it on good authority that
Evie won't play even if he is chosen
approximately 10 days of practice
will be required and Coach Forest
Evashevski of Hamilton College has
more than enough to do making
preparations for his team in the
WE RECEIVED two calls in the last
three days inquiring as to
Michigan's 1941 grid schedule, so
here it is ... Sept. 27, Michigan State
at home . . . Oct. 4 ,Iowa at home . .
Oct. 11, Pittsburgh at home . .
Oct. 18, Northwestern away . . . Oct.
25, Minnesota at -home . . . Nov. 1,
Illinois away . . . No. 8, open .
Nov. 15, Columbia away .. . Nov. 22,
Ohio State at home.



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The "face value" of the season ..,
eleven lovely Elizabeth Arden
Preparations in a beautifully
simulated alligator case.


Special value
"~he 6£u arry"
On State at the Head of North University

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Old Man Mose Grove still hasn't captured his 300th victory . . .
he pitched good ball in each of his last two attempts but, unfortunately
for him, so did Detroit's Buck Newsom and Chicago's Johnny Rigney .
... Bobby Feller, on the other hand, just went out and won his 19th of
the season and his 101st in less than five seasons 'of campaigning ....
Mr. Feller has to win a lot of ball games in a hurry-his draft board
wants him when the pennant race is over.
WE'VE BEEN COMPILING a lot of valueless statistics in our spare time
which we hope might interest some of you . ... here's a list of the "old
men of baseball," all of the members of the active players list who are over
38 .. . . note that a few of them no longer play regularly... . Jimmy Dykes
is 44; Charlie Root is 42; Lefty Grove, Ted Lyons, Gabby Hartnett, and
Sylvester Johnson are 41: Freddy Fitzsimmons is 40 and Johnny Cooney is
39 .... 38-year-olds are Paul Waner, Clint Brown, Charlie Gehringer, Earl
Averill, Carl Hubbell and Al Simmons.
SHOWS TODAY at 1-3-5-7-9 O'clock
It is heartening to find so much good-natured fun in a film touch-
ing on a vital defense unit - a comedy riot - Don't miss it.
-Robert W..'Dana, N. Y. Herald-Tribune
You'll start laughing the moment you see the whites of Mr. Hope's
eyes. -Bosley Crowther,. New York Times


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