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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,

MWAM

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Dr. Maier Completes New Book
Reporting Experiments On Rats

1s Contest
Large Lead
I Team Scores 15
Against Opponents
Geography Camp
LUTH SCHORLING
>ecial to The Daily)
AS LAKE, July 18. -An
ogical Station celebrated
g 15-7 victory over their
ed rivals, the University
Camp, in the Bug Camp
onight.
-drilled team of biologists
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Prof. Norman R. F. Maier of the
psychology department received h's
new book, "Studies of Abnormal Be-
havior in the Rat," from the pub-
lishers this week.
The monograph, published by Har-
per Brothers, is a report of the ex-
periments which Dr. Maier has made
on the behavior of rats under varicus
conditions of frustration. It is con-
cerned with the analysis of a neuro-
sis-producing situation as well as
the description of experimental neu-
rosis in the rats.
Included in the book are complete
case histories of nine rats, a descrip-
tion. of the subjects in which neu=
rotic behavior was obtained, the
neurotic pattern, analyses of the far-
tors in the neurosis-producing situa-
tion and of the conflict and a com-
parison with previous studies. An
explanation is also made of experi-
ments on the role played by air and
the frequency of the attacks. Six-
teen full page illustrations deuion-

the map-
hits and
was the
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Faulder, who led the
ing with two singles
ened the game with a
cher Gerking retired
men in order, and
chasers started in.
and scored on Phil-
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arsh, who had also
score was 3-0 at the

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tripled to
Chief," Prof.
'ector of the

aliated in their
Dowdy and Far-
I on Davie Web-
ga singled, and
on an error, all
on Larsh's long
in in the third,
ad two scoreless
ists piled up a
Gerking, Gowdy,
onaldson scored
lade a desperate
bat netted five
ort of their op-
sway, Westfall,
all doubled and
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last run. After
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Tigers Remain
Undefeated As
Po ppik Hurls
Wolverines, Tappan Reds,
Eskimos, Physical Eds,
Browns Also Take Wins
By ED FR'UTIQ
Bill Poppink pitched the second
no-hit game of the season and kept
his Tiger team undefeated in the Na-
tional League yesterday. His team-
mates contributed plenty of sup-
port and lots of hits to provide
him with a 10-0 victory over -the Red
Socks.
In keeping the Socks hitless, Pop-
pink moved up alongside Phil Krause,
Profs moundsman of the American
League who, until yesterday, held the
distinction of being the only pitcher
in any of the three leagues to pitch
a no-hit game.
The Tiger victory did not increase
their lead over the second-place Eski-
mo team which overcame an early
lead and defeated the feeble Ten Old
Men team, 9-5. Battery for the
Eskimos was Miller and Townsend;
for the Ten Old Men, Frank and
Group,
The other game of the Natiol
League was a close one with the Wol-
verines scoring two runs in the last
inning to nose the Super Duper tehi
out of third place in the standings by
a 4-3 score. Bowers was the pitcher
credited with the victory, while Law-
ton suffered the defeat.
Ii the International League the
Tappan Reds continued to set the
pace with their fifth victory in as
many games, defeating the Theta Xi
team 8-2. Red pitcher Loomis kept
the bats of the fraternity team well
silenced as he gave up only four hits
to outdo moundsman Meyer of the
losers.r
The Tappan Blues team, still with-
out a victory in the five games which
they have played to date, made the
strong Physical Ed team go the lim-
it in squeezing out a 6-5 victory.
Farnum pitched and Hazen caught
for the winners while Friz, Blue
moundsman who has been having
tough luck all season, teamed with
Brail to form the battery for the
loser.
Sad to say, the winning streak of
the Michigan Daily team has been
ended after two straight victories.
The team responsible for the tragedy
was the Browns, the pitcher, Freddie
Klemach. His hook was just a little
too sharp and his fast ball too fast.
But on the lips of evry Daily player
as he walked from the. field with head
bowed were the immortal words of
G. Rice. "It isn't if you won or lost,
but how you played the game." In-
cidentally, the score was 8-7.
Four To Pitch
In Semi Finals

strate the apparatus, the method and
the results shown by the rats.
The work on the abnormal rats is
sponsored by the Horace H. Rackham
School of Graduate Studies. A pre-
liminary study of this work was giv-
en at the Richmond meetings of the
American Association for the Ad-
vancement of Science in December,
1938.
Golf Tourney
Matches Near
Quarter-Finals
Klonoski, Dananfelser And
Ladd Still In Running
In Championship Flight
With most of the returns in for the
second rounds in both the champion-
ship and first flights of the Intra-
mural golf tournament, competition
will get under way today and tomor-
row to move the play into the quarter-
final stage of the tourneys.
Steve Klonoski, Dave Ladd and
Fred Dannenfelser are still in the
championship flight running, al-
though Bob Reeves, one of the favor-
ites because of his 79 in the first
round, has been eliminated through a
default. Dave Rhame flashed a sec-
ond fine showing in his match with
Whit Bartley to become one of the
dark horse entrants.
With all but three of the second
round matches completed, action in
the third round will take place today
and tomorrow, to be determined by
the players. Kuarter-final play will
start early next week, however, In-
tramural officials said yesterday.
Competition in the third round in
the first flight tourney will take
place today, with the exception of
three matches still waiting comple-
tion of the second round.
Matches to be played this weekend
are as follows:
Championship Flight
Second Round
Q. Gilbert vs. C. Holton
W. Poppink vs. E. Zahn
C. Carter vs. W. Davis
Third Round
S. Klonoski vs. E. McLaughlin
J. Johnson vs. Gilbert-Holton winner
D. Slater vs. D. Ladd
J. Gouge vs. C. Betz
F. Dannenfelser vs. Poppink-Zahn
winner
D. Rhame vs. P. Barada
R. Payne vs. Carter-Davis winner
Benton Yates defeated Tom Pfaff, 3-1
First Flight
Second Round
N. Upton vs. G. Bisbee
J. Collins vs. N. Bayard
C. Karpinski vs. R. Barnes
Third Round
H.. Nichols vs. Upton-Bisbee winner
T. Sullivan vs. F. McKelvey
D. Stall Vs. J. Rinek
J. Waldner vs. W> Biberich
L. Woodby vs. Collins-Bayard winner
L. Serier vs. Karpinski-Barnes winner
J. Lawson vs. N. Anderson
E. Derby vs. N. Kohlenberg
Results of the second round mat-
chesj so far:
Championship Flight
Johnson def. M. Bessey, 6-4
Slater def. S. Changnon, 3-2
Ladd def. S- Shepard, 3-2
Gouge def. F. Pecott, 3-2
Betz def. B. Reeves, default
Dannenfelser def. I. Burr
Rhame def. W. Bartley, 7-5
Barada def. R. Boley, default
Payne def. B. Edison
First Flight
Nichols def. W. Trolley, 4-3
Sullivan def. C. Novak, default
McKelvey def. F. Hazen, default
Rinek def. P. Brown, 5-4
Waldner def. B. Larkin, 2-1
Biberich def. B. Gatley, 3-1
Woodby def. B. Luery, 1-up

Serrier def. P. Krause, default
Lawson def. W. Davis
Anderson def. D. Smith, default
Derby def. C. Wigell, default
Kohlenberg def. H. Loud, default
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETINJ
(Continrued from Page 3)
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Senior Extension Home Econo-
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Federal Agent for Hoie Economics
Education, salary: $4,600, Aug. 14.
Senior Engineer, salary: $4,600,
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Engineer, salary: $3,800, Aug. 14.
Associate Engineer, salary: $3,200.
Aug. 14.
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Aug. 14.
Senior Inspector, Ordnance Ma-
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.;Inspector, Ordnance Material, sal-
ary, $2,300, Aug. 14.
Associate Inspector, Ordnance Ma-
terial, salary: $2,000, Aug. 14.
Assistant Inspector, Ordnance Ma-

"Out with spies and agents" optimistically reads this banner at the
Danzig-Polish border.

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With the anxiety of watchful crisis-weary statesmen, these penguins
at the Bulgarian embassy in Berlin seem to eye Bulgaria's prine min-
ister, George Kiosseivanoff (left), whose visit to Hitler alarmed
Raumania.

Little Eliza Jones didn't have far to go to get a tasty chunk of wa
melon. She's standing in a beauty at Athens, Tex.

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Horseshoe Title
At Stake Next

Will Be
Week

To the new National Gallery of
Art in Washington, Samuel H.
Kress '(above-) chain sture mag-
nate, gave his collection of Italian
art worth possibly $25,000,000.

Four men will meet today at the
Intramural horseshoe pits to decide
who will battle it out for the Intra-
mural horseshoe title next week.
Dallas Stall, who nosed out Tom
Evans in his second match, will meet
Paul Bodenbender at 1:30 p.m. in
the upper bracket. Norman Bsharah.
winner over Ken Wax in a three-
game battle, will oppose Maurice
Maurer in the lower bracket at 2:30
p.m. Maurer won his way into the
semi-final by dint of a hard-fought
battle, downing R. C. Nunn, 21-12.
14-21, 21-15.
Stall's record includes a win over
W. Trolley in the first round, 21-7,
21-10, and his victory over Evans,
21-8, 15-21, 21-19. Bodenbender de-
feated Harold Nichols, 21-20, 21-17,
and then went into the semi-final on
a default by S. Smith.

Lynwood "Schoolboy" Rowe, pitoher for the Detroit Tigers, was injured in the fourth inning
Wednesday at Detroit with Washington when he was struck on the left leg by a line drive.

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