THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, MY 30,
SUNDAY, 3ULY 30,
It Was 'Old' In 1907
-Photo by Prof. Edward Young
This dilapidated cabin may soon be replaced in its function as a study1
hall for Camp Davis geology and surveying students. An article by Roy
Sizemore, former Daily night editor now attending Camp Davis, will be
found on page one.
Tull Given Just Outside Chance
To Beat Treadwell In I-M Swim
Apparently only Bill Tull has an
outside chance of overhauling Don
Treadwell in the race for the All-
Campus swimming crown with only
three more events on the calendar.
Trailing by 180 points, Tull will be
out to whittle Treadwell's command-
ing lead in tomorrow's heat: the
plunge for distance. The event is
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United States Civil' Service:
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A victory would leave him still 80
points short of Treadwell's 580 point
total, while a second or third by
Treadwell would scarcely narrow the
gap. The remainder of the field is
virtually out of the running. No
other entrant has amassed enough
'points to pass Treadwell, even if they
annexed the remaining three events.
After the plunge for distance tomor-
row will come the 75 yard medley
swim Wednesday and diving on the
following Monday. Winners of each
event will add 100 points to their
season score, runner-up 80, third 60,
fourth 40 and fifth 20.
The diving, which closes the tour-
ney, will include three-required dives
and one optional.
Those Tappan Reds
They Challenge Tigers For Unofficial Campus Title
As Their Season Ends Early
By ED FRUTIG
Last week members of the Tappan Red softball team, out in front and
undefeated in the International League, were musing over the sad blow
which fate was about to deal them.I
For five weeks they had been the New York Yankee team of the In-
ternational League. No one had threatened their supremacy. And now,
just one week before the playoffs, they were going to have to step down
from their throne and let an inferior team represent their league in the
__ University "World Series." All their
players were taking six week courses
In TheM ajors' and would be going home without
If, even a crack at the Interleague Cham-
Then Manager Kent Bowsher con-
AMERICAN LEAGUE ceived an idea. Why not play the
W. L. Pct. best team from the other two leagues
New York............65 25 .722 in an unofficial game, The best
Boston ................55 34 .618 team in the other leagues and the
Chicago............51 41 .539 one which would give them the most
Cleveland ............. 48 41 .539 opposition would be the Tigers. This
Detroit ................46 46 .500 team had sat on the other teams in
Washington ...........38 57 .400 the National League with the same
St. Louis ..............26 64 .289 amount of superiority that the Reds
Philadelphia..........34 55 "382 dominated the International Leagu(
Yesterday's Games teams. It would be the battle of the
Detroit 7, Philadelphia 6 year.
Cleveland 5, Washington 2 The suggestion came out in the
St. Louis 4, Boston 3 paper and promptly the next morning
Chicago at New York, postponedcame a phone call from Russ Waters,
end of second inning, rain, manager of the Tigers. He thought
Today's Games it was a great'idea, he said, and his
Cleveland at Washington Tiger team would be glad to cater to
Detroit at Philadelphia (2) the Reds in this small way.
St. Louis at N o rk So the two managers are going
-to meet with Head Umpire Bill Rior-
NATIONAL LEAGUE don at four p.m. Tuesday on South
Ferry Field, and decide the time and
W. L. Pct. place of the game which is to deter-
Cincinnati .............58 30. .659 mine the uncrowned champion of
Pittsburgh .............46 41 .529 the University. Should anyone want
Chicago .............49 44 .527 to bet on the Reds, please bring your
St. Louis ... . ..........46 42 .523 pennies to the Michigan Daily sports
Brooklyn ..............44 43 .506 desk. I'm taking on all comers.
New York... ... .. 43 46 .483 _
Boston ...............41 48 .461
Philadelphia ............26 59 .306
Yesterday's Games Try A DAILY Classied
New York 5, Chicago 2
Pittsburgh 6, Boston 5
Rain Tr oubles
Pelto Wins Over Porter
In OnlyGame Played
The weather man dominated the
Intramural tennis tournament this
weekend with the result that only
two players braved the rain to fight
it out for the one remaining quarter-
C. M. Pelto adjusted his game to
the elements better than his oppon-
ent, Jim Porter of the varsity, and
joins defending champion J. F.
Thomson, Williard Klunzinger, De-
von Smith, Leo Alulinas and John
Kidwell in the round of eight.
After a slow start, the smooth
stroking Pelto, finalist in the Novice
Singles meet today, began to find
the lines and corners with his flat
drivesrand outsteadied the hard-hit-
ting Porter to Win 2-6, 6-1, 6-1.
The quarter-finals this week pit
Pelto against Kidwell, Alulinas against
Smith, and Thomson against Klun-
zinger. Walt Connolly became the
first semifinalist last week when
swept through M. G. Roberts 6-2,
Rain completely drowned the all-
campus doubles tournament, no
matches having been played since
the last writing. Four matches re-
main to complete the bracketing for
the quarter-final round.
McHugh, Yager To Meet
For Men's Squash Title
In one of the most unusual squash
tournaments in a long time, Chuck
McHugh will meet Joe Yager for the
men's squash title.
Yager defeated Walter Connolly
while McHugh was being eased into
the upper bracket finals position by
virtule of defaults by Al Crevar and
Paul Barada. McHugh is a slight
favorite to take the title.
range: $150-190, Aug. 1.
Prison Psychologist HI,
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Accounti Clerk B, salary
$105-125, July 31.
Account Clerk A, salary,
$130-150, July 31.;
Photographic Laboratory Technician
A, salary range: $130-150, Aug. 1.,
Institution Maintenance Black-
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BrooKlyn 7, bt. LOUIS :3
Cincinnati 3-9, Philadelphia 0-2
Boston at Pittsburghs(2)
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (2)
Brooklyn at St. Louis (2)
New York at Chicago.
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Senior Seed Technologist, salary:
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Seed Technologist, salary: $3,800,
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