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July 23, 1941 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY

Nazi Tanks Assemble For Attack On Burning 'Sluk

West Quad Will Give
Music Hour Concert
Cornelius D. Gall, director of the
Hamilton Community Symphony Or-
chestra and a graduate student, will
conduct another program in the
Strauss Library Music Hour series of
recorded music, at 6:45 p.m. today
in the main lounge of the West Quad-
rangle.
Program for today will be Rach-
maninoff's "Piano Concerto No. 3."
All members of the Summer Session
and their guests are invited to attend.
Recordings to be presented tomor-
row, the final offering for the week,
will be vocal selections by Marian
Anderson, Lawrence Tibbett, Lily
Pons, Ezio Pinza, Kirsten Flagstad
and Richard Crooks.
Many commodities heretofore im-
ported are now being produced in
the United States.

Bridge Will Be Held
By Michigan Dames
Michigan Dames, the organization
for wives of students and internes,
will meet for bridge at 2 pin. today
in the League,
This is the second in a series of
weekly bridge sessions
Officers of the club include presi-
dent, Mrs. H. J. Lange; vice-presi-
dent, Mrs. E. W. Kinne; correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. J. H. Waldner;
recording secretary, Mrs. W. Klin-
zinger and treasurer, Mrs. N. G.
Smith.
KEEP A-HEAD
OF YOUR HAIR
WITH A SCALP TREATMENT
Crew cut or personality hair style.
DASCOLA BARBERS
Liberty off State

BARGAINS

..BARGAINS

These Nazi tanks were described by German sources as assembling for "an attack on burning Sluk." Maps
of Russia indicate that the town of "Sluk" may be Slutsk, which lies 50 miles south of Minsk, in the Russo-
German fighting zone. This photo was sent from Berlin to New York via radio.

Poli Sci Class
On Study Tour

Major League
AMERICAN LEAGUE >

Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB

Standard. CLASSIC and TEACHING MUSIC
Going at 50% Discount
Special Low Prices on Hand-Made Violins
All Store Furniture Selling at Close-Out Prices
WE ARE SELLING OUT OUR RETAIL BUSINESS
SCHAEBERLE Music House
533 East Liberty

City Government
Kalamazoo

New York .....
Cleveland .....
Boston ....

City manager types of government
were studied at close range Monday
when the class in municipal govern-
ment under the direction of Prof.
Arthur W. Bromage of the political
science department, went on an in-
spection tour of Kalamazoo.
The trip was arranged as a joint
meeting with the graduate student
group at Western State College under
the direction of Professor Shilling,
and was planned to afford a practical.
background to textbook teachings in
municipal government.
How Kalamazoo became a debt-
free city was explained to the group
by Professor Moore of Western State
College.
Functions of the various city de-
partments were explained by City
Manager Clark, Finance Director
Turnbull, Dr. Brown of the health de-
partment and Dr. Cornell of the Bu-
reau of Researches.
Cards Nose Out Giants
ST. LOUIS, July 22.-(P)-The St.
Louis Cardinals packed six runs into
the fourth inning today to nose out
the New York Giants 7 to 6 and move
into a tie for the National League
lead. The Dodgers lost to Cincin-
nati, 5-4.

Chicago .....
Detroit ......
Philadelphia.
St. Louis ....
Washington ..

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.376

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161/2
181 /
191/2
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26 2

Brooklyn ....
St. Louis...
Cincinnati.
New York ....
Pittsburgh
Chicago .....
Boston ......
Philadelphia

57
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Tuesday's Results
Washington 5, Detroit 4
New York 4, Cleveland 3
Boston 6, Chicago 2
Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 1
Wednesday's Games
Detroit at Washington, night
St. Louis at Philadelphia, night
Cleveland at New York
Chicago at Boston

Tuesday's Results
Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn ;4
Chicago 13, Boston 2
Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3
St. Louis 7, New York 6
Wednesday's Games
Boston at Chicago
Philadelphia at Pittsb'gh, night
Brooklyn at Cincinnati, night
New York at St. Louis}

TOMORROW NIGHT
The Childhood of Maxim Gorky
The poverty and hatred of Czarist Russia is vividly portrayed.
Tickets on sale at the Union, League, Wahr's Bookstore
Admission without series tickets.. . 35c

NOON SPECIALS
Baked Meat Loaf - -Tomato Sauce
Rolls or Bread
Potato orDVegetable 3%C
Salad or Dessert4
Beverage
Broiled Canadian Bacon
Rolls or Bread
Potato and Vegetable
Salad or Dessert
Beverage
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