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July 23, 1941 - Image 3

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JULY 23, 1941


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Scout Leaders
Will Convene
Here Friday
Group Will Hold Meetings
At Kellogg Foundation
To Discuss Problems
Scout leaders throughout Michigan
will convene in Ann Arbor Friday
and Saturday for the Scouting Insti-
tute, to be held at the W.K. Kellogg
Foundation Institute under the spon-
sorship of the Extension Service.
Designed specifically for lay and
professional men interested in the
scouting movement, the Institute will
discuss some of the current problems
involved in the handling of boys of
scout age.
The University, as sponsors of
scouting in Michigan, will play host
to the convention here this week.
Lecturers scheduled by the Friday
sessions of the Institute will include
C. J. Carlson, Chicago scout execu-
tive, Fobert C. Reusch, Detroit field
executive, Walter MacPeek, local
scout executive, Clarence Neitz, ex-
ecutive from Lansing, M. G. Clark,
Grand Rapids executive, A. J. Junk-
er, Jackson executive, Ernest H.
Chapolle, Ypsilanti and Herbert
Saum, Lansing executive.
A trip to the new Detroit Council
camp near Howell will feature the
afternoon activities of the Institute.
Ford L. Lemler of the extension serv-
ice will present an illustrated lec-
ture on scouting Friday night.
League Group
Will Sponsor
Dance To day
Girls of the Summer League Coun-
cil will be the hostesses at the "Come
As You. Are" tea dance, from 3:30
to 5:30 p.m. today in the League
Guests are asked not to change
from saddle shoes and sport shirts to
heels and neckties, and tennis and
golf outfits will not be in the least
irregular. This dance, which is com-
plimentary to allSummer Session
students, is an all-campus affair for
fun, entertainment and relaxation!
Hostesses numbering 36 will be on1
the floor, identified by name tags in
the shape of miniature masks, to in-1
troduce students arriving without
partners and in general to promote
mixers of various sorts.
There will be a reversal of the cus-
tomary dance floor practice this timel
-the girls are making this week's tea
dance a girl's "robber" dance in re-
sponse to requests from a number of
men. League Council members state
that this type of dance has worked
successfully in the past and should
promote more extensive mixing of the1
As the "robber" cuts in, she will1
hand a toy gun to the woman she cuts
out, who will, in turn, repeat ther
nraed re a

Major Fighting
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Circles indicate the zones in w
the Russo-German war. German
Russian division around Mogilev. E
ing in on Leningrad down the Kar
end of Lake Peipus (arrows), and
drives across the Dniester River (a
Minnie Maes Root
Gives University
Musical Collection
Musical memories of Michigan.
Men of Yost, To the Victors, Varsity
. they will always be preserved in
the hearts of men and women, past
and present who have sung them.
But now the campus has a more
concrete monument to Michigan mel-
odies, the new Minnie Maes Root Col-
lection of Michigan Musicana housed
in the main lounge of the Union.
The collection was named in honor
of the founder of the University Mus-
ic House-the patron saint of Michi-
gan song. Mrs. Root has donated her
entire store of music materials to the
University as a permanent collection
to be used in the display which will
be changed at intervals.
Through the cooperation of Stanley
M. Waltz of the Union, Alumni Secre-

In Three Zones
(Continued from Page 2) ence Room, Rackham Building.
LENINGRAD ___ ---------------- _--Thursday, 11 a.m. "Perversions of
A KE Associate Public Health Nursing Religion by Wishful Thinking," Pro-
ACCORDING TO Senator Wheeler, the President is basing the nation's Consultant, $3,200. July 26, 1941. fessor Leroy Waterman, East Con-
foreignpolicy upon the advice of a "motley crew" consisting of Knox, Assistant Public Health Nursing ference Room, Rackham Building.
Ickes, Hopkins and Frankfurter. We are wondering if he also thinks them Consultant, $2,600, July 26, 1941.
1 a bunch of "whiskey-drinking, poker-playing, evil old men." Poultry Coordinator, $3,800, August The Biological Chemistry Lectures:
TRV * *11941. The fourth of the series of lectures on
Vl 9At the present time we are very angry at several of the American League Complete announcements on file at the fat-soluble vitamins will be con-
umpires for their treatment of the White Sox manager, Jimmy Dykes. Some the Bureau, 201 Mason Hall. Office cerned with Vitamin D. Dr. F. C.
mbsCow 'of those guys should beglad that anyone speaks to them at all, hours: 9-12 and 2-4. Koch, of the University of Chicago,
E * * * will speak on Vitamin D, in the
ALn sGraduate Students in Education de- Rackham Amphitheatre, on Tues-
R-"OSALIND RUSSELL has come to the amazing conclusion that most siring to take the preliminary ex- day and Wednesday, July 22 and 23,
of the actors and actresses in Hollywood are being overpaid. We aminationskfor the doctorate to be at 2 pdm. Al interested are invited
SMOLENSK are, of course, at a loss to learn how Miss Russell reached such a con- held on August 25, 26 and 27, should to attend.
ORISv clusion but we do know that next year's income tax provisions will ade- sign up for these examinations in
i GII.EV quately take care of the situation. Room 4002 University High School at Wednesday, July 23 at 8:00 p.m.
OB ISK* * * * once. Medical Lecture. (Illustrated.) "Can-
The more we read DNB military communiques, the more we are con- cer," by Dr. Walter J. Maddock. (Lec-
vinced that the RAF pilots are the best marksmen in the world. It seems, Student Evangelical Chapel. A din- tre Hall of the Rackham Bldg.
according to Hitler, that they never miss any church or hospital they aim at. ner and reception for Rev. and Mrs.
* * * * H. Verduin will be held at 6 o'clock
EhhyFriday night, July 25, in the seconi Graduate Students in Speech: On
WE SAW in the papers the other day that strip-teaser Gypsy Rose Lee has floor ballroom of the Michigan Union. Thursday, July 24, at 4 p.m. in room
just completed a book appropriately entitled "The G-String Murder Friends and supporters of the Chapel 4203 Angell Hall, Professor G. E.
YNSKI KIEV Mystery." We also noted that her fellow strip-teaser, Sally Rand, is making are invited. Those who have not as Densmore will discuss the teaching
a small fortune out of her Dude Ranch. All of which makes us wonder yet made reservations, please call 4070 methods and techniques used in public
what's going to come off next. before Wednesday evening. speaking classes for adults.
** * * *
In Little Mountain, N. C., a hen belonging to a Mr. W. A. Woodard Wednesday, 11 a.m. "Perversions of Trade-marks are registered with
laid an egg with a map of Europe on it. Next time Europe lays an egg Religion by False Reasoning," Pro- the Patent Office, copyrights with
we sincerely hope that it returns the compliment. fessor Leroy Waterman, East Confer- the Library of Congress.
A soldier from Selfridge Field was playing golf in shorts the other day
SA when several young misses happened along and started yoo-hooing. As yet,
however, Mrs. Lieut.-Gen. Ben Lear has made no official action.
* * * *
OINING Richard Whitney and Hermann Goering in the "I Was Doing
Well Before They Got Me" department is a 60-year-old ex-convict C'Y ECtiZCy 0?. modern GoolYlt "
o"""of Brazil. After spending 30 years in prison, he walked out on the pub.-
lie square of Sao Paulo, shouted that he was going to kill everyone in Bob's singing "Tanks for
the country and started shooting. Nine people were hit before the police the Memory" as Uncle
-............... could stop him.
hich heavy fighting was reported in * tchs*
s reported annihilating an entire War reports from the German-Soviet front these days remind us of the the old Army ame
Berlin reported German armies els- typical Englishman and the typical joke. An Englishman laughs three n
elian Isthmus and around the north times at a joke; once when he hears it, second when the rest of the audience
menacing Odessa, in the south, by catches on and third when he catches on. The American just doesn't laugh-
rrows) from Bessarabia. he's heard it before. We also hear German-Soviet war reports three times;
once when the DNB announces an advance, second when the Nazi High
Command confirms it and third when the Russians admit it. The Ameri-
Council Planing can just doesn't laugh-he's heard it before.
M. . . * * * **
To Honor M issouri SOME MORE baseball statistics we've been collecting in our odd moments
Members of the League Council, .... here's a list of the 12 Major League hurlers on the active playing
fearing that disappointed Missouri list who have chalked up the most victories during their careers: ALSO- "Glimpses of Kentucky" - Hollywood Steps Out, Cartoon
students caused the deluge which Lefty Grove, Red Sox, 299 ... Ted Lyons, White Sox, 241 ... Red "This Is The Bowery" - Paramount News
drowned hopes of holding the tradi- Ruffing, Yankees, 241 ... Carl Hubbell, Giants, 235 . . . Freddy Fitzsim-
tional "watermelon cut" before the mons, Dodgers, 211 ... Charley Root, Cubs, 198 ... Larry French, Cubs,
citizens of that state will be special 181 . . . Mel Harder, Indians, 176 . . . Paul Derringer, Reds, 175 .. .
honor guests at the postponed event, Lefty Gomez, Yankees, 175 . . . Lon Warneke, Cards, 172.. . and Tommy N
which will be held-weather permit- Bridges, Tigers, 167.
ting-next Friday in the garden of LATEST RETURNS on the voting for starting posts on the College All-
the League. Star squad . . . Evashevski is still way out in front . . . Harmon has 4
Disappointment was caused, they passed Franck and McGannon for the first time to hold No. 1 position
assert, by the fact that their state
went unmentioned in the list of those among the halfbacks . .. Kromer is 25th among the halfbacks . . . Frutig
from sunnier climes who were to re- is fourth among the ends ... and Fritz is 22nd among the guards.
ceive watermelon from the hands of Haveyou been willmg
specially chosen "slicers." to go without a founda-
So students from Missouri who tion and take the conse-
called the League Council and The quences-sacrifice a well
Daily following the incomplete re- molded, fashionable figure
port may rest assured that they have ,, to enjoy what you've called.
a definite place in the celebration ' J freedom and comfort?
-_ Last Day Special Purchase!
Starts Thursday / 4

To you we address this message
-... for in Nylies we've found the
"* : way for you- to have the free-
dom and comfort to which
you're accustomed and, in addi-
tion, a figure you'll be proud of
for its fashion rightness. Nylies
Favorite young style in crisp .fare lighter than any foundation
Y 10 yong ; "f":yet-but they give firmer con-
new cottons to give mid-summer ..j#trol. They're boneless, too. Wash
Swardrobes a lift! Wallpaper flor- in a jiffy, dry with lightning speed.
als... pill-dot piqus ... double
bar stripe chambrays. Necklines, S
sleevesand roomy pockets de-
fined with perky rick-rack trim.
ER Sizes 9 to 15. - J
ComingSunday $3.50 to $7.50 Liberty at Maynard
Secret Agent X9 G-Man Looks Gift Horse In .Mouth. By Robert Storm

.atary T. Hawley Tapping and Uni
affair, and chairman Elsie Courtney wersitonstructedth he Union lounge
promises refreshments for everyone. to house the collection. The arrange-
Time, again, is 3:30 p.m., and infor- ohuetecleto.Tearne1
mality will reign as king for this ment of the cases makes possible the
"Come, As You Are" tea dance. display of printed materialandmie-
"Com As ou Ae" ta dace.tures, with bars of sift light illumin-
ating the shelves.
Women Golfers To Hold
Pitching Contest Today Prof. Hackett Will Sing
There has been announced, for wo- At French Club Meeting
men interested in golf, a pitching con-
test, to be held at 4 p.m. today on Prof. Arthur Hackett, professor. of
Palmer Field. voice, will render a group of French
Miss Marie Hartwig, of the physical songs before a meeting, of the Sum-
education department, who is in mer Session French Club at 8 p.m.
charge of the contest, announces that tomorrow in the Foyer Francais, 1414
women need not sign up beforehand Washtenaw.
for the tournament. Also planned for the program is a
Tennis tournaments, under the di- talk by Dick Pickard, graduate stu-
rection of Miss Dorothy Beise, are be- dent from France and secretary of
ing played off at present. Second the French club. Pickard will dis-,
round matches are to be chalked up cuss his flight from Paris to Bor-
by next Saturday, July 26. deaux on bicycle.
Thy Hand is Frozen
Carnival of the Animals -La Boheme
-Saint Saens, Stokowski When The Night is Calm
* and Philadelphia, M785 -Luisa Miller
V-18059 Giuseppe Lugo
Golden Anniversary Album My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice
-Paderewski, M748 Love Come Aid My Weakness
Samson and Delilah, V-18008
Marion Anderson
I Hear America Singing
-Walt Whitman Where'er You Walk
John Charles Thomas and Defend Her! Heaven
Victor Chorus, M764 Handel, V-17456
Lawrence Tibbett

Brahms' Concerto in B-Flat
Minor - Horowitz and NBC
Orchestra, M740
Musical Americana.
Raymond Paige Orchestra,

Night On Bare Mountain
Moussorgsky, Pts I and II
V-17900, Stokowski and
Five German Dances -Schubert
V-2162, 2163, Philharmonic
Toccata and Fugue, d minor
17 A 2n ~Q rPnr-,i Iajc"


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