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MICHIGAN

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al Education Program,
Recreation for Women

ensive program of courses
tional activities and pro-
courses of physical educa-
open this week under the
ip of the Department of
Education for Women.
:man student enrolled in
le of Classes .. .
7and Wednesday classes:
Archery, elementary swim-

3:30 p.m. Elementary swimming, ele-
mentary golf, tennis.
4:30 p.m. Elementary golf, posture,
figure and carriage, badminton,
elementary riding.
7:30 p.m. Elementary golf, tennis,
American country dancing.
Tuesday and Thursday classes:
2:30 p.m. Elementary swimming, ar-
chery. g
3:30 p.m. Elementary golf, tennis.
4:30 p.m. Intermediate golf, tennis,
dance, elementary riding.
7:30 p.m. Intermediate swimming,
tennis,dintermediate riding, ball-
roam dancing.s
8:30 p.m. Life saving.
Saturday, 9 to 11 a~m. Recreation-
al swimming.
Sentence Of
Jewish Youths
Is Commuted.
JERUSALEM, July 3-RP)-Sir
Alan Cunningham, Palestine high
commissioner, today commuted to
life imprisonment the death sen-
tences passed on two Jewish youths
for firing at British Soldiers, and the
underground organization Irgun Zvai
Leumi promised that three British
officers held as hostages for the pair
would be "released as soon as pos-
sible." d
A broadcast by the underground
group expresesd "gratification" at
the clemency.
Meanwhile, the British Army an-
nounced discovery of nine new caches
of munitions in a fantastic under-
ground arsenal at the Jewish village
of Mesheq Yagur.
By noon today, the British said,
it had unearthed more than 4,000
grenades, 2,200 mortar bombs, 385
rifles, 46 pistols, thousands of rounds
of ammunition of all types, and 800
pounds of explosives

the Summer Session is eligible to en-
ter these classes. No additional fee
will be charged for instruction. Wo-
men not enrolled in the University
may enroll through the Extension
Service. Since classes in fundamen-
tals begin this week, women are urged
to enroll as soon as possible at Office
15 in Barbour Gymnasium. A medi-
cal permit which may be obtained at
Health Service is required for par-
ticipation in any of the activities.
Swimming, Golf, Riding
Swimming, golf, and riding in-
struction is divided into elementary
and advanced classes, with an adi-
tional course in life saving as well as
a period for recreational swimming
added to the swimming program.
Additional courses in archery, ten-
nis, badminton, dance, and posture,
figure, and carriage will also be
taught. Enrollment in each class will
be limited.
Also under the sponsorship of the
department are the American Coun-
try dance classes at 7:30 p.m. on
Mondays and the classes in ballroom
dancing at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays'
in the League Ballroom. Special short
courses of three to four weeks in golf
and tennis may be offered if the de-
mand is sufficient, according to Dr.
Margaret Bell, who is in charge of
the program.
Arrangements may be made at Of-
fice 15, Barbour Gymnasium for in-
dividuals or groups to rent outing
equipment, and assistance will be
offered in planning hikes, outings,
and parties. The department will fur-
nish an outing bag containing horse-
shoes and other recreational equip-
ment as well as cooking utensils for
picnics and roasts.
Equipment May Be Rented
Equipment for use in archery, ten-
nis, golf and badminton classes may
be rented for a nominal fee at Bar-
bour Gym. Swim and dance suits are
also available. All equipment furnish-
ed by the department is the best
in expensive sporting goods. A limited
number of golf clubs are available
for private use and arrangements
may be made at the Gym.
All of the activities are organized
to meet the needs and interests of
individuals interested in physical
education and recreation as well as
those who wish to participate in
athletics during the Summer Session,
Dr. Bell explained. Additional in-
formation may be obtained at Office
15 in Barbour Gymnasium.

Filipinos, Vets
Fete Islands'
Independence
Native Dress, Dances
Highlight Ceremony
Filipino students, veterans who
fought in the Philippines, and for-
eign students from India, China, and
Latin American countries celebrated
the first inauguration of the inde-
pendence of the Philippine Islands
at a ceremony and dance last night
at Rackham Assembly Hall.
Sponsored by the Philippines Club,
the program included an address by
Dr. G. F. Austria, professor of medi-
cine in the Philippines and chair-
man of the ceremony. Opening re-
marks were made by the president of
the organization, Mrs. Rafaelita H.
Soriano. A talk by Prof. Harley H.
Bartlett and greetings from students
of China, India, South America and
Europe concluded the addresses.
Filipino folk dances, a wine dance,
a bamboo pole dance and a surety
dance were performed by native stu-
dents. Miss Matilda Revera presented
a vocal program of native songs.
Highlight of the ceremony was the
playlet, "Brief Yesterdays," which
gave flashes of important histori-
cal incidents of the Philippine na-
tion. Written and directed by Dr.
Leopoldo Toraballa of the mathe-
matics department, assisted by Miss
Dalisay Aldaba, the skit was pre-
sented by Filipino students. The
singing of the national anthems of
the United States and the Philippines
concluded the formal program.
A semi-formal dance, featuring
Jerry Edwards and his orchestra, fol-
lowed the program. Many Filipinos
attended the celebration of Philip-
pine independence in native cos-
tumes.
Favorites Win
Tennis Tourney
RIVER FOREST, Ill., July 3-(-)I
-Favorites, as expected, won their
fourth round matches in the 36th
Annual National Clay Courts Ten-
nis Championship Tournament to-
day at the River Forest Tennis Club
to lead the field into the quarter-fi-
nal round.
The No. 1 seeded star, Frankie Par-
ker of Los Angeles, subdued the Na-
tional Junior and Interscholastic
Champion, Herb Flam of Beverly
Hills, Calif., 6-2, 6-2.
The No. 2 seeded player and de-
fending champion, Billy Talbert of
Wilmington, Del., defeated Jack
Cushingham of Hollywood, 9-7, 6-1.
Garnar Mulloy of Miami, Sey-
mour Greenberg of Chicago and Ro-
bert Falkenburg of Los Angeles, the
next three players in the seeded list,
also posted straight set victories. Mul-
(y turned back Robert Kimbrell of
Los Angeles, 6-2, 6-3. Greenberg won
from George Richards of Montebel-
lo, Cal., 9-7, 6-3, and Falkenburg
drqpped only three games in de-
feating Earl Cochell of Los Angeles,
6-2, 6-1.

Petra, Brown
Reach Finals
At Wimbledon
WIMBLEDON, July 3-P)-A giant
Frenchman who learned to play ten-
nis in his bare feet and a short Aust-
ralian whose fare to England was
paid by his countrymen's voluntary
subscriptions won their way into the
men's singles final of the All-Eng-
land Championships today.
Yvon Petra of France,who tops 6
feet, 6 inches without his white
jockey cap, won the coveted shot at
the title by eliminating the unseed-
ed young San Franciscan, Tom
Brown, in a dramatic two-hour duel,
4-6, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5, 8-6.
The Australian, Geoff Brown, em-
ployed his unorthodox two-hander
forehand to defeat Jaroslav Drobny
of Czechoslovakia, 6-4, 7-5, 6-2, in
a match which saw the bespectacled
Drobny fail to show any of the bril-
liance that carried him to victory
over Jack Kramer of America in the
fourth round.
Intraminural
Sports Shorts
Howard Leibee, summer intra-
mural director, declared yesterday
that the summer sports program has
jumped off to a speedy start in this
first week of the eight-week session.
"I am very pleased at the good re-
sponse that students- have shown to
the I-M program," he said, and add-
ed, "We're now planning to start in-
tramural activities for the veterans
at Willow Run Village.
The veterans' program will be
under the direction of Sidney Chap-
man, whose office will be at the
Sports Building at Ferry Field.
Leibee expressed particular plea-
sure at the way men have been us-
ing the tennis and handball courts,
as well as the swimming pool. The
exact open hours for the pool, he
added, are 2 p.m.' to 5:30 p.m. every
afternoon.
* * *
The intramural schedule has been
extended to include special instruc-
tion periods in weight lifting, gym-
nastics, and boxing, Leibee also re-
vealed yesterday.
The weight lifting sessions are
held daily from 3 to 5 p.m. at the
Sports Building under the direction
of Loren Wicks. Wicks received
a great deal of weight lifting ex-
perience while serving with the
U.S. Army Air Forces.
George Dales has charge of the
gymnastic periods, in which train-
ing is provided on the high and par-
allel bars, the flying rings, and the
trampoline.
Boxing is in the hands of Dennis
Rigan. Rigan was a member of the
University of Michigan boxing team
when the Wolverines had a ring
squad back in the late 1930's. He la-
ter served as a Chief Specialist in
boxing instruction for the Navy V-12
program.

HAL NEWHOUSER
. . . whose tenth inning double
brought the Detroit Tigers a 2-1
victory over the Chicago White
Sox and netted Hal his 15th win
of the season.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Yankees Clp Sox, 3-2
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, July 3-Aaron, Rob-
inson doubled With two on and two
out in the ninth inning today to
drive in two runs and give the New
York Yankees a 3-2 victory over the
league leading Boston Red Sox be-
fore 52,664 paid admissions.
* * *
Feller Stops Browns, 6-0,
CLEVELAND, July 3-Bob Feller
fanned 10 St. Louis Browns today as
he hurled a 6 to 0 shutout for the
Cleveland Indians' third straight tri-
umph over the Sewelmen. Feller
notched his 14th victory against five
defeats.
* * *
Pirate Streak Broken, 4-3
CHICAGO, July 3-The Chicago
Cubs snapped the Pittsburgh Pirates'
four game winning streak with a
4-3 victory in the first game of a
double-header here today. Eddie
Waitkus' double sparked the Cubs'
winning two run spurt in the eighth
inning to give Emil Kush, starter'
Hank Borowy's relief, his No. 6 pitch-
ing triumph against no defeats.
'1 * ,*
Senators Beat A's, 3-1
PHILADELPHIA, July 3 -- The
Washington Senators scored a 3 to
1 victory over the Philadelphia Ath-
letics today before a small crowd of
an estimated 6,000. Hank Majeski,
making his debut with the A's at
Shibe Park, homered in the fourth
for the Mack's only run. Gerald Prid-
dy also homered for Washington in
the sixth.
All men who desire to be man-
agers in the intramural softball
and basketball leagues this sum-
mer contact Howard Leibee, in-
tramural director, at the Sports
Building immediately.

Newhouser Hurls, Bats Tigers
To 2-1Victory over White Sox
Yankees Defeat Red Sox in Ninth, 3-2;
Cubs Take Two; Senators, Indians Win

Boston ........
New York ....
Detroit-.....
Washington ...
Cleveland .....
St. Louis.....
Chicago ......
Philadelphia..
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W
50
44
38
34
33
31
27
20
*

L
21
28,
31
33
38
39
40
47
*

Pct.
.704
.611
.554
.507
.465
.443
.403
.299

GB
6V2
11
14
17
18%/
21
28
GB
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8
12
12/
15
161/
17

By The Associated Press
DETROIT, July 3-Ever-reliable
Hal Newhouser, working a day ahead
of his regular turn to get in another
start this week before the Major
League all-star game, hurled and
batted the Detroit Tigers to a 2 to 1
decision over the Chicago White Sox
in 10 innings today.
To achieve his 15th victory of the
season, Newhouser had to drive home
the winning run with a long two-
bagger in the 10th that scored catch-
er Paul Richards after he also had
doubled.
Platt, Greenberg Homer
Mizell (Whitey) Platt homered in
the second inning for the Sox and
that was Chicago's only hit until
Hal Troskey singled and Platt laid
down a perfect bunt for a hit in the
10th.
The Tigers, who had tied it up in
the second on Hank Greenberg's 21st
homer of the season, won the game
after one man was out in the 10th.
Richards Sees Action
Richards, playing for the first time
since a collision with Greenberg put
him on the bench with a bruised
knee June 8, banged a double down
the left. field line and Newhouser
scored him with a drive that bounced
to the left field wall between the out-
fielders.
Lefthander Ed Lopat went all the
way for Chicago, yielding eight hits.
Newhouser Fans 10
Newhouser and Lopat treated the
skimpy crowd of 8,193 fans to a
grade-a southpaw pitching duel.
Through the nine innings only four
men had reached first base safely off
Newhouser-Platt on his homer, Kol-
loway on Eddie Lake's error, Lopat
on a walk and Leo Wells, by forcing
Lopat. In winning his three-hitter
Hal struck out 10 men to run his
season total to 133.
Lopat fanned only one man but
also walked just one, that on pur-
pose, as he scattered Detroit's six
hits until the fateful 10th.
No. Main - Opposite Court House
Starting Today
Anita Louise in
"THE DEVIL'S MASK"
and
Gilbert Roland in
"THE GAY CAVALIER"

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

W
45
38
36
31
33
28
28
28'

L
23
30
30
33
36
36
39
40

Pct.
.662
.559
.545
.484
.478
.438
.418
.412

Id"

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

I-M Ball Players
All teams who plan to partici-
pate in the intramural softball
and basketball leagues must turn
in at the Sports Building by Sat-
urday noon a roster of their squad.
All individuals who are not af-
filiated with a team who desire to
playdmust report at the Sports
Building by the same time.
H. C. Leibee,
I-M Director

-

- Today through Saturday -
"TARZAN AND THE
LEOPARD WOMAN"
and
"GIRL ON THE SPOT"

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LOST AND FOUND

LOST: Tuesday, June 25. Gold
mounted black and white cameo
pin. Keepsake. Reward. E. J. Bur-
ton. 4701 Huron River Dr., Tel.
3276.
FOR SALE
SEASON TICKETS and singles for
the Art Cinema League Interna-
tional Film Program, Summer Ses-
sion, will be available at all book-
stores, Union and League Friday.
BOIS 'BLANC ISLAND: A beautiful
cabin with 2-story living room and
cobblestone fire place completely
furnished, 11/2 acres overlooking
MackinawIsland. Ready to move
in. Complete book of pictures
available. A bargain. Don't miss
this one. Inquire Wm. G. Kirby,
Realtor, 500 Michigan Bank Bldg.,
Detroit.
FOR RENT
SUITE OF ROOMS at fraternity for
rent to two men students for sum-
mer term. Call 9524 for informa-
tion.
ROOMERS! Can accomodate 10
men. Two blocks from campus--
reasonable. Call 2-6663.
HELP WANTED
MALE STUDENT wanted for work
in fraternity. Call 2-6825, Mrs.
Taylor.

HELP WANTED: Experienced lino-l
type operator in union shop. Per-
manent position. No layoffs. For-
ty hour week. Scale, $1.55 an hour,
highest in state for comparable
cities. Modern plant in residbntial
suburban city. Daily Tribune, Roy-
al Oak, Mchigan.
MANUFACTURER of temperature
instruments wants engineering stu-
dent for part-time work in Ann'
Arbor. Hourly basis to suit your
schedule. Write, stating age, year
in school, and hours available be-
tween 8 and 5 each day. H. 0.
Trerice Company, 1420 W. Lafay-
ette Blvd., Detroit, 16, Michigan.
MISCELLANEOUS
TUTORING IN ENGLISH for For-
eign Students. Call at 527 Church
St., No. 7. Near South University.
CELLIST WANTED by amateur
string quartet. Phone 2-6133.
ALL MEMBERS of Omega Psi Phi
Fraternity enrolled in the summer
session contact Bernard E. Burke,
K.R.S. 311 Glen Ave.. by postal
card.
BROKEN STRINGS in your tennis
racquet? Call at 2-7360 for over-
night service or restringing. I pick
up and deliver. Dean McClusky,
417 8th St.

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For summer school leisure time, there's nothing more
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