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Guest Directors Appear Here
For Repertory Players Series
Professionals Will Help This will be Mrs. Baird's third con-
Department Of Speech secutive year with th _Repertory
group, and local audiences will re-
With Play Program member her successful portrayal of
cynical Annabelle Fuller in last
With guest directors arriving daily summer's Kaufman-Hart vehicle,
for the University's first profession- "t
ally staffed dramatic faculty, Dire- Charles Mered Washington Slept r
Chale Mreit, howith r"Pro- j
tor Valentine Windt, professor of fessor Windt and Mrs. Baird will
speech, has called casting and re- direct the Repertory productions,
hearsal sessions for the 14th annual came from Dallas, Tex. for the sea-
Repertory season. The players will son, where he was managing director
present a varied program of five plays of the Dallas Little Theatre.
and an operetta, opening the six The Repertory Players will be fur-
weeks season on July 8 with Richard costumes crearte bwit hsceer pr
B. Sheridan's "The Rivals." fessionals-an innovation in collegi-
First to arrive of the faculty im- ate dramaic circles. Howard Bay,
portations was Claribel Baird, who Broadway scenic designer, celebrated
endured considerable locomotive dif- for his work in " ... one-third of a
ficulty coming up from Oklahoma, Nation . . .", "The Corn is Green,"
where she is head of the drama de- "Brooklyn, U.S.A.", and currently,
partment of the Oklahoma College "The Moon is Down," comes from
for Women, since war materials and the East today to serve as art direc-
soldiers were receiving transporta- tor for the season. He will be assist-
tion priorities in the Middle West. ed by Horace Armistead, scenic paint-
er, and William Kellum, stage builder.
Student Offices Are Open . Also arriving from New York today
is Lucy Barton, costumiere for the
For Union Cards And Pins 1939 Repertory series, and author of
numerous works on the art of tos-
The Student Offices of the Union tuming. As the initial offering, "The
will be open from 3 p.m.to 5 p.m. Rivals," is an elaborate costume play,
'every afternoon to allow students en- Miss Barton will have an excellent
medihm for her talents.
rolled in summer school to obtain Reservations for season tickets may
their Union cards. be made at the box office of the
All students calling for their cards! Mendelssohn Theatre, from 10 'a.m.
must bring treasurer's receipt. Fresh- to 5 p.m. daily except Sunday. Coun-
man and transfer students may ob- ter ale of season tickets will open
twin their Union pins at tnis time.
Monday, at special summer rates.
FOR EVERY COURSE ON CAMPUS
Ben ton, Newhouser, York,
Tebbett Chosen; Boston
Also Lands Four Players
CHICAGO, June 25. -(P)- The
world's championship New York
Yankees will dominate the American
League's All-Stars in their annual
game against the National League
All-Stars at New York's Polo Grounds
The Yanks have done so every
year, with one exception, since the
game was inaugurated in 1933.
Nine members of the champions
have been named for the squad that
will be turned over to their manager,
Joseph McCarthy, to battle for hon-
ors in meeting Lieut. Gordon "Mic-
key" Cochrane's Army and Navy
All-Stars in a relief game at Cleve-
land the following night.
Four Players From Detroit
Four players each from Detroit
and Boston, three from Cleveland,
two from Washington and the mini-
mum one apiece from Chicago, St.
Louis and Philadelphia also were
seledted by the eight managers.
So outstanding did th rival pilots
deem the Yankees4 talent that the
club's second string catcher, War-
ren "Buddy" Rosar, although hit-
ting only a few points above .200,
was chosen along with Bill Dickey,
the Yankees' hardy perennial behind
the plate, over all the first string
catchers in the league except De-
troit's George "Birdie" Tebbetts, the
other cather named. Dickey is bat-
ting above the .300 mark.
Three Yankee pitchers, the league
leading Ernie Bonham, Charles "Red"
Ruffing, and Spurgeon Chandler, who
among them have won 23 games and
lost five, were among tle nine pit-
chers selected. Detroit's Al Benton
ranked with them as the four high-
est in the voting. Edgar Smith, the
Chicago White Sox's -hapless left
hander, who has won but one game
and lost 11, although he has pitched
one or two run ')all on six occasions,
was a repe' .;noice, as was Wash-
ington's Sid Hudson.
The squad, in the order of fin-
ish in the voting:
Pitchers: Ernest Bonham and
Charles Ruffing, New York; Alton
Benton, Detroit; Spurgeon Chandler,
New York; C. C. Hughson, Boston
Sidney Hudson, Washington; Edgar
Smith, Chicago; James Bagby, Cleve-
land; Harold Newhouser, Detroit.
Catchers: William Dickey, New
York; George Tebbetts, Detroit; War-
ren Rosar, New York.
]~pfielders: Lou Boudreau, Cleve-
lan1; Robert Doerr, Boston; Joseph
Gordon, New York; Ken Keltner,
Cleveland; Rudy York, Detroit;
George McQuinn, St. Louis; Phillip
Rizzuto, New York.
Oufielders: Ted Williams, Boston;
Joe Di Maggio, New York; Dominic
Di Maggio, Boston; Thomas Henich,
New York; Rokert, Johnson, Phila-
delphia; Stanley Spence, Washing-
Boy's State Takes Over
EAST LANSING, June 25.-(P)-
Seventeen-year-old Frederick Scho-
enrath of Dearborn for two fleeting
hours was "successor" to Governor
Van Wagoner today and he didn't
miss a gubernatorial bet. Governor
of the fifth annual Wolverine Boys'
State, Schoenrath led 900 felloxy del-
egates into the state capitol this af-
ternoon and then took over the ex-
LANSING, June 25. -(IP)- The
State Selective Service Headquarters
today cautioned local draft boardsl
they should not permit new Federal
legislation deferring married men
from military duty to interfere with
the filling of their draft quotas.
"The national interest requires
that all calls to fulfill the manpower
requirements of the Army be filled
on schedule, and boards were directed
to take such steps as may be neces-
sary to insure that result," said a
formal statement by the Board.
In fact, spokesmen said, the new
law is not so significant as it may
seem, since it has been the practice
in the past to defer married menI
unless there was a lack of single reg-
istrants under the Board's jurisdic-
tion. It merely places more empha-
sis on maintenance of family rela-
tionships when this does not inter-
fere with filling quotas.
A result, it was reported, will bel
the wholesale drafting later in the
year of men who were married since
Dec. 8 at a time when it seemed log-
ical they would be drafted as single
The headquarters telegraphed all
local boards to postpone induction
temporarily of any registrants mar-
ried prior to Dec. 8, 1941, or wed "not
obviously in the face of imminent
selection for military service."
Hughson, Brown and
White and Tebbetts.
By HALE CHAMPION
(From Associated Press Summaries)
Unnoticed in the Brooklyn Dodgers'-
week-end massacre of the second-
place Cardinals was a lone St. Louis
victory fashioned by one Morton
When Cooper turned in another
shutout against Boston's rebellious
Braves yesterday, the statisticians
took a second look and what they
saw in the record book was a surprise
The little black book reveals that
the right-handed fast ball artist has
chalked up 10 victories, and get this
-six of them were shutouts., With
his brother Walker catching the
slow-starting Cooper is a good bet
as the best pitcher in the senior
circuit this year.
* * *
Tigers Blast IoSox
DETROIT, June 25.-The Detroit
Tigers exploded for six runs in the
eighth inning today to defeat the
Boston Red 'Sox, 7 to 3, for the first
time in six starts and thereby ending
rookie Cecil (Tex) Hughson's per-
son l winning streak at four games.
The rally was topped by Jimmy
Bloodworth's ninth homer of the
season with one aboard. -
Boston ............100 000 101-3
Detroit ............000 100 06x-7
New York .......
St. Louis ....... .
hander., sent the WShington Sena-
tors out of town without a run in
their two games here by shutting
them out, 2 to 0. on six hits today to
void Sid Hudson's five-hit opposi-
Washington . .000 000 000-0 6 0
Chicago ......001 100 00x-2 5 0
Hudson and Early; Ross and Tur-
* * *.
Cooper Gives Two Hits
BOSTON, ,June 25,-An Army-
Navy relief game crowd of 25,093
saw the fireballing Mort Cooper win
his 110th victory of the season and
collect his sixth shutout today when
the St. Louis Cardinals blanked the
Boston Braves, 4-0, op his two-hit
St. Louis.....104 000 000-4 8 0
Boston ,.......000 000 000-0 2 2
M. Cooper and W. Cooper; Javery,
Tost (3), Hutchings (7) and Lom-
* * *
Cubs Sweep Series
PHILADELPHIA, June 25.-The
Chicago Cubs swept their three-game
series with the Phils today as Bill
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with PATTY HALE * FRANKIE THOMAS BORRAH
MINEVITCH & HIS RASCALS Directed by J GRAHAM.
Richard Himber & Band
Porky's Midnight Matinee
News of the Day
"Winning Your Wings"
Norma "WE WERE
Major League Scores :
Cooper Shuts Out Braves, 4-0;
Tigers Whip Boston Red Sox
Smith Checks A's
CLEVELAND, June 25.-Al Smith,
holding the opposition to five hits,
won his fourth straight game today
as the Indians polished off the Ath-
letics, 4 to 1, and finished the three-
game series with three victories.
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Cleveland..........000 210 Olx-4
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Detroit 7, Boston 3
Cleveland 4, Philadelphia 1
Chicago 2, Washington 0
New York-St. Louis, weather
Philadelphia at Detroit
New York at Chicago, night
Washington at St. Louis, night
Boston at Cleveland, night
* * *
St. Louis ........
Cincinnati. , .. .
New York ......
Pittsburgh . .... .
CHICAGO, June 25.-Lee (Buck)
Ross, besectacled White Sox right-
Skiing Champ Leads Field
Into Round Of Four
SOUTH BEND, Ind., June 25.-(P)
-Sandy-haired Harold Gjolme, a
University of Washington junior
with a broad smile, today burned
up the Chain O' Lakes course with a
66 to hurdle into the semi-finals of
the National Intercollegiate Golf
Gjolme became a dark horse among
dark horses in 36 holes of elimina-
tions which shaved the field from 16
to 4 and swept favorites to the side-
The little 21-year-old Norwegian,
winner of the National Intercollegi-
ate skiing championship two years
ago, will face Frank Tatum, Jr., of
Stanford tomorrow in 36 holes of
semi-final match play.
Keeping the international touch,
Madrid-born Manuel De La Torre
of Northwestern will square off
against Bob Kuntz of Yale.
Gjolme ousted Ray Brownell of
Stanford, 1941 Intercollegiate run-
ner-up, one-up in the morning round
and then powdered Northwestern's
John Stoltz 4 and 3.
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St. Louis 4, Boston 0
Chicago 7, Philadelphia 1
Only games scheduled.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn
Chicago at Boston
Pittsburgh at New York
St. Louis at Philadelphia, night
Flint Adopts Pontiac Plan
FLINT, June 25.-(A)-Flint, an in-
dustrial community of "more than
150,000 ,.nd Michigan's third city,
has scheduled a staggered-shift sys-
tem for conserving war-time trans-
portation similar to the widely known
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