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verines And Eskimos Are Tied
or Second Place In National League
Day At Bat.
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National League as a result
s for the Eskimo and Wolf
Eskimos won over the Su
7-3, largely throught
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with three singles -in th
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er Duper team but three h
second inning in which 1
nes scored four runs enab
defeat the Red Sox, 8-2. Spa
the Wolverine offense w
with a home run and sin
trips to the plate.
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hare in the first place hone
iternational League yesterd
Michigan Daily team finia
tself and slammed out
only other game played, t
were awarded the refere
over the Tappan Blues wh
er team failed to appear
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lues .......... 0 3 .00
1, Tappan Blues 0 (forfeit
higan Daily 8, Theta Xi 6.
(Only games played).
clig Wins Fellowship
. Deming, '40BAd, of Jackson
een awarded the J. G. Lloy
ader Fellowship in Real Estat
xt year, it was announced yes
by the business administra
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ful work at low prices.
loover Phone 5594
'ee pickups and deliveries
articles washed and ironed.
New NYC President
Jack McMichael of Atlanta, new
National Youth Congress Presi-
dent, heads a group of drawink
members from collegiate, church,
"Y" and social service organiza-
Summer Session students entered
in the four public tennis tournaments
now going on in Ann Arbor came
through the opening rounds, com-
pleted Wednesday, in strong style.
Prof. Howard Y. McClusky of the
School of Education and his brother,
Dean McClusky, visiting professor in
the school, will represent the Summer.
Session in the men's open doubles
tournament, in which Prof. Robert
Angell of sociology department and
his son James are also entered. R.
Van Nordstrand and W. Klunzinger
will compete in the second round of
this tourney as well as in the men's
sinb es tournament, as will J. R. Kid-
well and Bill McNabb. McNabb lost
in his second match in the singles.
Doug Jeffrey, Jim Bourquin, Bob
Luery, C, M. Pelto, Chuck' Dolph,
John Schwarzwalder, Merton Roberts,
Franklin Sherman and Dr. Homer'
Hunt of the University Hospital will1
represent the session in the men's
novice tournament, having survived
first-round play. Ruth Gram, Doro-
thy Gardiner and Beatrice Massman
are still in the women's play. D. F.
Bohr, Edgar Hill, Dallas Stall and
Louis Lubersky were eliminated in
Tigers Take Yanks,
10 To 6, With Rally
DETROIT, July 13.- (/P) -The
world champion New York Yankees
blew up in the eighth inning against
the Tigers today, giving away nine
runs on five hits, for their sixth
straight setback, 10 to 6.
Atley Donald, the rookie right-
hander who has won 10 without de-
feat this season to rank as the major
league's leading pitcher, started all
the trouble but was not charged with
the defeat. Although belted for
eight hits in the first seven innings,
he had a 4 to 1 lead when he loaded
the bases with three walks and was
removed in, the eighth.
Present Champ Klonoski;
Tours Course With 86,
Survives First Hurdle
With a few remaining first round
matches to be played this weekend,
competitors in the men's Intramural
golf tournament are preparing to go
into;the second play-offs next Tues-
day. Losers in the opening round
are automatically qualified for the
first flight play-offs and will go into
the second round of their flight on
Steve Klonoski, defending cham-
pion, scored an 86 in advancing past
the first hurdle in the way of a suc-
cessful defense of his crown. But it
looked as though there would be
plenty of competition ahead as D. O.
Slater, Frank Peacott, Fred Dannen-
felser, Dave Ladd, Bob Reeves, W.
Poppink, Casey 'Carter and R. B.
Payne came through in convincing
style in their matches. Reeves scored
a 79, and Peacott and Dannenfelser,
member of the University team last
year, both won impressive victories.
Results of first round matches so
Klonoski def. N. Upton
E. McLaughlin def. G. Bisbee
J. Johnson def. H. Nichols, 4-3
M. Bessey def. W. Trolley, 6-5
Q. Gilbert def. B. Thorner
C. Holton def. C. Novak
S. Changnon def. J. McKelvey, 2 up
D. Slater def. F. Hazen, 7-6
D. Ladd def. J. Rinek, 4-3
F. Peacott def. P. Brown, 10-8
J. Gauge def. J. Waldner, 2-1
C. Betz def. B. Larkin, 2-1
B. Reeves def. B. Gatley 9-8
W. Poppink def. W. Biberich, 6-5
I. Burr def. N. Bayard, 6-4
F. Dannenfelser def. L. Woodby,
W. Bartley def. L. Serier, 1-up
P. Barada def. P. Krause, default
R. Bolev def. C. Karpinski, 4-3
C. Carter def. R. Barnes, 6-5
B. Edison def. N. Anderson, 1-up
R. Payne def. D. Smith, 5-4
T. Pfaff def. C. Wigell, default
Matches to be played this weekend
include Shepard vs. Stall; Collins vs.
Zahn; Rhame vs. Luery; Davis vs.
Lawson; and Kohlenberg vs. Yates.
Second Rjund pairings will be as
Klonski vs. McLaughlin
Johnson vs. Bessey
Gilbert vs. Holton
Changnon vs. Slater
Ladd vs. Shepard-Stall winner
Peacott vs. Gouge
Betz vs. Reeves
Poppink vs. Collins-Zahn winner
Burr vs. Dannenfelser
Bartley vs. Rhame-Luery winner
Barada vs. Boley
Carter vs. Davis-Lawson winner
Edison vs. Payne
Pfaff vs. Kohlenberg-Yates winner
Upton vs. Bisbee
Nichols vs. Trolley
Thorner vs. Novak
McKelvey vs. Hazen
Rinek vs. loser of Shepard-Stall
Brown vs. Waldner
Larkin vs. Gatley
Biberich vs. loser of Collins-Zahn
Bayard vs. Woodby
Serier vs. loser of Rhame-Luery
Krause vs. Karpinski
Barnes vs. loser of Davis-Lawson
Anderson vs. Smith
Wigell vs. loser of Kohlenberg-
With a population of about 258,000 and- only one air-raid shelter
(above), capable of housing 320 persons, the Fee City o4 Danzig can
give safety to a limited number. Officers from a police station check
it over daily, as shown, while the world ponders the fate of Danzig-.
which Chamberlain has called "almost wholly a German city."
What the well dressed bathing beauty wears-then and now. The above
picture vividly portrays the radical change which has taken place in
the last 26 years.
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ew York .......53 23
oston ........44 25
ashington . 32 47
hiladelphia ....21 47
. Louis .......22 53
*Games behind leader.
Detroit 10, New York 6.
Philadelphia 12, Chicago 10.
St. Louis 4, Washington 3.
Boston 6, Cleveland 5 (night).
New York at Detroit.
Washington at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
(Only games scheduled).
Intramural Contest Starts
A field of 13 men will begin com-
petition in the men's intramural
horseshoes tournament this after-
Ten of the competitors will see
action in today's pairings. Shoes are
available at the Intramural Building
and pits behind the building have
been reserved for the matches, offi-
cials have announced.
This afternoon's first-round mat-
ches will be as follows:
T. N. Evans vs. A. Michelson, 2
p.m., Pit 1.
W. Trolley vs. D. Stall, 2 p.m., Pit 2.
D. Bodenbender vs. H. Nichols, 2
p.m., Pit 3.
D. Goldring vs. R. Nunn, 2 p.m.,
M. Maurer vs. C. Crooks, 2 p.m..
Steve Smith, Ken Wax and N
Bsharah drew byes in the first round.
When striking WPA employes marched outside in picket lines, WrA
Commissioner Col. F. C. Harrington and his state directors met in
Chicago to discuss new regulations. Shown with Harrington before the
meeting opened is J. H. Crutcher (right), Louisiana State Director.
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ncinnati ...... 45 26 .63
w York . .....40 34 .54
. Louis ..... 37 35 .51
licago ........ 39 37 .51
ooklyn ..... 35 34 .50
ttsburgh ...... 35 34 .50
ston .........33 39 .45
iladelphia ... 21 46 .31
*Games behind leader.
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