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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,

Krause Pitches
Chumps To 2-0
Defeat Of PKS
Profs. Trounce Parkerites
5-0 To Gain Top Rung
In American League
If there had been a seismograph in
the vicinity of South Ferry Field yes-
terday, it would have recorded two
distinct shocks. One, the 2 to 0 shut-
out, which Phil Krause turned in for
the Chumps over the previously un-
defeated P.K.S. team, and the 5 to 0
shutout of the Profs over the Parker-
ites, another previously undefeated
team, both in the America league.
In the latter game, Joe Rich came
in to replace Recano, who had injured
his side, and set the Parkerites down
with one hit after taking over mound
duty. In the final America league
game, the Browns made short work
o fthe Snipes, winning 7 to 1.
The Profs are on top now, with
three wins and one loss, while three
teams, the Chumps, the Parkerites,
and the P.K.S team are tied for se-
cond with two wins and one loss
apiece. The Browns, who have won
one while dropping two are next in
the standings, with the Snipes, who
have been eating everybody's dust,
in last place, by virtue of four straight
setbacks.
In the National league, the Tigers
ran tiie to form by registering their
third consecutive shutout, this time,
an 11 to 0 triumph at the expense of
the Pattocks. The Analyts won their
first game in four starts, when they
nosed out the Physics by a score of
10 to 9. In the third game, the Faculty
bounded back into the limelight with
a 20 to 12 victory over the Chemists.
The Tigers, who are the only un-
beaten team in either league, %re in
first place, with their three shutout
victories. The Chemists, with a 500
-pe cent mark of two and two, share
second place with the Pattocks, while
-the Faculty holds a monopoly on
third, having won two and lost one.
The Physics and Analyts ,are. also
tied, each team having won one and
lost two.
Bill Miller Hasn't
Got Water Wings,
Search Reveal
There is more than a slight suspi-
cion that Bill' Miller has been illegal-
ly using some mchanical aids in the
I.M. swimming meet. But Bill, after
being subjected to a thorough seach,
which revealed no hidden motors, not
even a pair of concealed water-wings,
went on to win the 50yard back
stroke in 32.5, and to take 'second
place to Sherman Thomas in the 50-
yard breast stroke. Snerman's time
was 33 seconds flat.
Bill has now won five first places,
and one second, and is far in the lead
in individual standings, with 570
points. R. Bellaire, who garnered a
third in the back stroke, and a fourth
in the breast stroke, is second in the
standings, with 400 points, while
Thomas, who finished second in the
back stroke, is right on his heels with
390. Ted Boiril slipped into undis-
puted possession of fourth place, with
160 points, as J. Edmonds, who didn't
compete in the day's events, dropped
to fifth place, with 100 points.

Suspended Ed Hall To Defy Homer Martin

Honor Women
At Lunch Today
Outstanding Residents Of
Dorms To Be Feted
Mrs. Byrl Bacher and Mrs. Louis
A. Hopkins will give a luncheon at
1 p.m. today at the League honoring
24 women outstanding on campus
this summer.I
The list will include the directors of
the women's dormitories, Mrs. Mor-
ley of Jordan Hall, Miss Danielson of
Helen Newberry House and Mrs.
Britcher of Betsey Barbour House.l
From each house outstanding women
have been invited and these include
Miss Tucker and Miss Page of Jor-
dan Hall; Miss Weisman and Mrs.
Schoenhorst of Helen Newberry and
the Misses Peter and Foss of Betsey
Barbour Houser
Mrs.. Bartlet, director of the de-
partment of public health nursing,
has also been invited and will attend
with Miss Potts, a visiting member
of that department. The French
House will be represented by its di-
rector, Miss Rosselt who is a native
of Switzerland.
Dr. Taylor, a visiting member of
the School of Education faculty is
here from the University of Illinois
and has been asked to the luncheon.
There are to be eight resident Ann
Arbor women bsides the two hostesses
and these include Mrs. Kemedy, Mrs.
Sundwald; Mrs. VanDursen, Miss
Hope Allen, Mrs.- Robert Hall, Mrs.
Koella, Miss Ethel McCormick and
Mrs. Ray.
Campus Out Tomorrow;
'Only' 10 Days Behind
Rumors that "Campus"-the only
Summer Session magazine. in the
country-had "folded," will be des-
troyed tomorrow when the second is-
sue appears.
That the issue is 10 days late is
due too the fact that work on the sub-
sequent issues was impossible until
advertisers had seen the initial num-
ber, according to James Boozer, man-
aging editor. From now on it is to
appear weekly.

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IN THIS CORNER.
By MEL FINEBERG

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Ed Hall (left), suspended vice-president of the United Auto Workers
Union, is shown in Milwaukee as he mapped further plans to defy Homer
Martin, UAW President who suspended him.
Governor Murphy's Summer Mansion

Boo, Surprise...
While we're on the subject of sur-1
prises (as if anyone was) the big i
ones are coming in the major leagues.
Take a look at the batting avevages.
Got one handy? I'll wait for you. All
right.
Starting ffom the bottom of
the American League we find
Rufus and Red Ruffing slugging
for a .183 average. Rufus the Red
is, you will recall, the hardest
hitting pitcher in baseball. Up a
couple of notches is Beau Bell, the
slugging St.'Louis outfielder, who
has dropped about .100 points
from last year to .252.
Next we have Wally Moses, another
outfielder, who has batted about .330
for Connie Mack for two years. This
Moses is not leading Connie's lost
team anywhere with his .257. Jake
Powell of the Yanks is clouting. 260
and his teammate, George Selkirk,
potentially the strongest hitter on
the club, is whaling the ball at a,
tremendous .269 clip.
Rollie tHemsley, the $125 a
drink catcher, is not so tough at
the plate this year as his .269
average will bear out. Tommy
Venrich, another Yankee and,
Philadelphia's Bob Johnson are
down at .275. Gehrig, Greenberg,
Higgens, Simmons, all of them
batting under .300. Why, it's
positively unheard of.
Over into the senior circuit who
could imagine that Buddy Hassett
would allow the Dodger spirit to catch
his batting and let it slump to .245.
ILinus Frey is hitting .248, Stu Martin,
Detroit Invites Olympics
DETROIT, July 19-0I)-Mayor
Richard Reading today placed in
the mails Detroit's invitation to the
International Olympic Committee to
stage the 1944 Olympic Games in
Detroit. The Common Council ap-
proved the Mayor's proposal to send
bids to the international body at
Lausavne, Switzerland, and the
American Olympic Association at
Chicago.

who gave such promise two years
ago that Frisch threw away his glove
for good, is up in the .250 bracket
while "Holler Guy" Bartell is a point
or two ahead of him.
Billy Herman, one of the great-
est second sackers of all time, is
high up in the .250's while Rip
the Ripper Collins is way ahead
of him with .258. Then with
Frank Demaree batting a mighty
.263 is it any wonder that Cub
Manager Charley Grimm is be-
coming a little green around the l
gills?r
* * *
What, Some More?...
Paul Waner is batting .272 and
Chuck Klein-oh, I give up.'
But with this little proof that
my frayed nerves permitted ime to
give, is it any wonder that the
form players often take it on the
chin-to say nothing of the play-
ers themselves-and the experts.
Other screwy things with aid from
John Kieran : Dismal Dean is now to
be known as Dizzy (as of last Sun-
day), Johnny Allen was fined for
keeping his shirt off whereas always
before he had been fined for losing
it too often and Harry the Horse
Danning decided he liked Cincinatti
better than Pittsburgh when the Gi-
ants were scheduled for the Smoky
City. Et ad nauseum.
* * *
Michigan's Intercollegiate swim-
ming champions are being well
represented in post-season ac-
tivity by Capt. Ed Kirar. The
Moose (and captain-elect Tom
llaynie) has been tearing up the
waters along the Pacific coast.
The latest achievement of Kirar'
was to shatter the American long-
course rcord for 50 meters free style
over a straightaway route at Los An-
geles. The big blond, who was burned
so severely last summer that it was
thought he would never swim again,
went the distance in 0:25.9. The
old listed rcord, \held by Paul Wolfe,
was 0:26.3. Over a short distance like
50 meters, four-tenths of a second is
a lot by which to break a record.

Southern Club
To Give Dance
Third Summer Dance Set
ForToday
The third tea dance of the Sum-
mer Session which will be held from
4 to 6 p.m. at the League ballroom
today is in charge of the Southern
Club under the direction of its presi-
dent, John T. Morris, Grad.
Dancing will be in the Southern
style with cutting encouraged, Mor-
ris stated.rGuests may come either
as stags or in couples, it was ex-
plained. Refreshments of punch and
cookies will be served.
Morris will be assisted by a com-
mittee composed of Southern Club
members. Hostesses include Jessie
Lee Wilder, Grad., of Florida, Atwood
Hudson, Grad., of South Carolina,
Elizabeth Walden of Texas, and Dru-
cilla Hoskins, Grad., of Kentucky.
The following men will also assist at
the tea dance: Wallace Duncan,
Grad., of Alabama, George Father-
rie, Grad., of Mississippi, and Dr.
Thompson of Louisiana.
3 T
Sure, they're Content
They have just finished a
fine dinner at Flautz's
Come down on these hot
nights and save your wife work
over a hot stove.
Closed Every Monday
Bottled
BEER Draught & WINE ,
FLAUTZ's Cafe
122 West Washington
Corner Ashley
Lunch 11-4 p.m. Dinner 4-8

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Governor Frank Murphy has announced he will spend as much time
as possible this summer at the governor's cottage, old Fort Mackinac,
Mackinac Island.
West Will Support Roosevelt
Third Term Bid, Martin Says

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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Commission.
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only); Branch of Buildings Manage-
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Safety Inspector, $2,600 a year; Bu-
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tion.
For further information, please call
at the office, 201 Mason Hall. Office
hours: 9-12 and 2-4.
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Infor-
mation.
Michigan Dames Sponsor
Bridge Party At League
The Michigan Dames will sponsor
another weekly bridge party at 2 p.m.
today in the Grand Rapids Room of
the League.
All the wives of students and in-
ternes are cordially invited to attend
Both contract and auction bridge will
be played. There will be prizes which

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