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PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TMMRSDAT, YULY 1% '1940

MMMMMIWA

Youth Guidance Lou Newsom Benched I - ---_-_---_-_
Weopic With Broken Thumb rorto srore
BOSTON, July 17.-(P)-Louis
(Buck) Newsom, Detroit pitcher,B
At Conference suffered a broken right thumb*i
today in the first game of a.
doubleheader between the Detroit
McClusky Will Lecture Tigers and the Boston Red Sox. D)OWN in the Intramural Pool in football and wrestling teams.
He will return to Detroit tonight. the Sports Building on these hot Carulla, who was on the freshman
Today In The Universityf
ay sy' X-rays at the Lahey Clinic afternoons are four Summer Session swimming squad here, won the title
High School Auditorium showed Newsom's thumb was students who are leading the way of champion swimmer of Columbia
broken in two places. in the annual I-M swimming tour- at Doyota in 1936. His distances are
(Continued from Page 1) The accident occurred in the ney. So far, according to the point the 440 and 220-yard free style
fourth inning when Ted Williams, scores, Jorge Carulla is in closely swims.1
ford Woody, "Efforts in Measuring Red Sox outfielder, dribbled to followed by Ivan Peligrina, Theodore u
Extent and Quality of Vocabulary"; first. Rudy York took the ball Denise and Harold Megrew. Question: What happened to
Prof. Irving Anderson, "Methods and back of the base and threw to Neither Peligrina, who hails fromLuthose greats hkilers, the St.
Principles o Remedial Reading"; and Besm hsa he ile ei a,0Rc ihrowns, who we going - t
Pricile o Rmeia Radng; nd Newsom, whose thumb was hit as Rio Piedras in Puerto Rico, nor Me- be a big factor in deciding whe "-
Dr. F. D. McClusky of Scarborough he and Williams arrived at the grew, who comes from Detroit, have t gr ins Red
School, "The Use of Audio-Visual sack at the same time, had any previous training or exper- Sox or Yankees would win the
Aids In the Teaching of Reading." ience in competition but they are penr Theecod ks ase
pennant? The record books,. as of
Schorling Speaks nevertheless giving a good account of.yesterday, reveal that they'velost
At yesterday afternoon's lecture of ewsom H urt themselves against the other two their last 13 in a row and are
the Teacher Education Conference leaders. playing the kind of ball that
Prof. Raleigh Schorling of the School Ars LoDenise, whose specialty is the 50- plagued them ahl last year.
of Education cited the significant OS-S ' ige- Lose yard medley (consisting of the 50-
trends which he believed would pre- yard free style, back stroke and So Jim Farley has finally become
val In the fiel dfor the next few . breast stroke) swam on the Lansing a baseball boss. That was a big
years regardless of the war situa- Detroit Falls From First; Central team in the 5A League of surprise to us who thought that Gen-
tion. Teacher education will receive Hurler Breaks Thumb central Michigan some years ago and ial Jim would be in the political swim
increased consideration in confer- was in the State Meet in 1937. At the until he reached three-score years
ences and through the funds of foun- BOSTON, July 17.-()-They say University he has gone out for the and ten but it wasn't any surprise to
dations implementing what is al- bad luck comes in threes and the those who knew him. It seems that
ready known about the field, he com- the Postmaster General not only sat-
ented. Detroit Tigers could testify to that ensus vigures , isied one of his lifetime desires when
More attention to the prospective tonight, for in one short afternoon he came in on the Yankee sale but
teacher as a person, broad cultural they lost Buck Newsom, their ace Sh or Increase he also availed himself of the op-
background,, increased emphasis on hurler; two games to the Boston Red portunity to pay off a number of
scholarship and a demand for broad- Sox, and their hold on first place i n Local ctf7S dbs
er experience were the primary tends the American League.
Professor Schorling listed. Closer The loss of Newsom, who had thir- (By the Associated Press)
relationship between the school and teen consecutive victories to his cred- Michigan has undergone a period Last Day
community through the utilization it and had kept the faltering Bengals of continuous growth in the last "FRENCH
of local, resources to enrich the in the race almost single-handed, decade and has a 1940 population of WITHOUT TEARS"
school curriculum and the applica- came as a stunning blow to Manager 5,216,464, complete preliminary fig- and
tion of better methods already known Del Baker. ures from U.S. Census Offices showed "THE BISCUIT EATER"
in the selection of teachers are ahead , Bo-Bo, out for his fourteenth today.
in education, he stressed. straight in the opener, rushed over In 1930 the Federal Census showed
Redl Defines Adjustment to cover first base in the fourth while 4,842,325 persons resident in Michi-
Child growth and development, the Rudy York fielded Ted Williams' hard gan. Current figures, subject to
"study of human material," the set- grounder. Attempting to take York's Washington revisions, indicate an
ting of desirable goals, appropriate heave in mid-step, Newsom was struck increase of 374,139.S
to the individuals needs and their on the thumb by the ball. However, the Michigan figures STARTS FR DAY!
appraisal point the way in education Despite the fact he was obviously show a growth of only 7.73 per cent,
he described. The history of Amei- in pain, the game right-hander re- far below the 3,2 per cent increase in ren
can education suggests that wars and turned to the mound and finished the population experienced between 1920 Prn *
depressions, however devastating, inning. Then, before the fifth be- and 1930.
may yield educational advances, the gan, the thumb swelled tremendous- The Upper Peninsula trailed the
educator analyzed. ly. Bo-Bo was rushed to Lahey Clin- state as a whole, with a population 5 d '
Dr. Fritz Redl, lecturer In educa- ic, where x-rays revealed the thumb of 320,965, an increase of less than r kC 4
tion, defined the concepts of adjust- had been broken in two places, one per cent from the 318,676 inhab-
ment, normality and maturity for itants it reported a decade ago. Pop- Extra
the members of the guidance meet- In The Maors I ulation went up in the U.P.'s eastern MARCH OF TIME
ing. Prof. Willard Olson maintained portions but losses in the west, es-
in his lecture that reading disabili- pecially in Houghton and Keweenaw
ties may not be considered as only AMERICAN LEAGUE counties, iroughton ahewenaw CARTOON "Nurse Mates
mental deficiencies but rather defici- W L PCT Seventy-eight of Michigan's 83
encies in the child as a whole. On Cleveland .........48 3 .593 counties reported population in- NEWS OF TH E DAY
the basis of recent studies, reading Detroit ...........47 33 '.588 creases in preliminary figures
ability has been found to vary with Boston ...........47 33 .588
the total pattern of the child, he con- New York ........ 42 36 .538
cluded. Chicago ,..........36 40 .474
Washington .......35 44 .422
Philadelphia.....32 47 .405 There's ONE place you bave fun
T wo Squads St. Louis.....33 50 .38TE IGTBL
WEDNESDAY BEHIND THE EGHT BALL .. .
Tie For First Boston 8-8, Detroit 3-5
Wsitn5CiaNew York 4, Cleveland 3 (13 in.)
Reds Conquer Buckeyes St. Louis at Philadelphia (rain)
In lO1Innings NATIONAL LEAGUE BILLIARD ROOM
By MYRON DANN W L PCT
By winning a slugfest that went Cincinnati....... 52 24 .684 Billiards - Pocket Billiards - Snooker
10 innings, the Reds defeated the New York........42 33 .560 SEVEN - Table Tennis Tables - Seven
Buckeyes and went into a tie with Chicago ........43 41 .512
Chemistry for first place in the I-M St. Louis.........33 42 .440 Ticker Service on All League Ball Games
National League softball loop. Pittsburgh ........33 42 .440
Philip Krause, star hurler for the Boston ...........27 46 .369 Open from 12 until 9 p.m. (Except Sunday)
'Reds, who in his last appearance Philadelphia ......26 49 .347
pitched a no hitter, was pounded for
17 hits and 11 runs but his team mates WEDNESDAY
gave him his third victory by scor- Brooklyn 2, Chicago 1
ing 12 times. New York at Pittsburgh (rain)
In the heaviest hitting contest of Cincinnati 4, Boston 3 H IN UIN
the day Chemistry defeated Terrace Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 0
Club by the score of 20 to 6. Ule--
vitch was the winning pitcher and Read The Daily Classif ids! ~~:~ -~
Brock was behind the plate for him - - . _.- --------_.__-__-
while Langston and Cockley were the ---

losing battery.
The Physics were able to stay on
the heels of the leaders by nosing
out the Super Dupers 8 to 7. For-
tino and Lutes were the winning
battery while Klenac an MichaelB r in D c as
batr hl lnc n ihe a pitched and caught for the losers.BZvr-a1n
In today's "American League" ay Sp ciak
games the Tigers meet the Trojans;
the Wolverines take on the Eskimos;
the Faculty faces the Ten OldMen
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Moc Annenberg

Goes

To Prison On Monday
CHICAGO, July 17.-(P)-M. L.
Annenberg, who amassed a fortune
in publishing, turf news and real
estate ventures, learned today that
he must enter prison next week to
begin serving a three-year sentence
for evading income taxes.
His last hope for clemency van-
ished when Federal Judge James H.
Wilkerson denied his petition for
probation and refused his request
for a six-weeks extension of his stay
of imprisonment!
The jurist explained that his ac-
tion meant that the Philadelphia

192 Start Tourney
DETROIT, July 17. -(p)- Four
former champions are listed among
the 192 starters who will tee off at
the Rackham municipal course here
Monday in the 19th annual national
public links golf championship.
The pairings, announced today by
the United States Golf Association,
reveal that a record field of 34 three-
man teams will seek the Warren G.
Harding trophy.
publisher would have to surrender
next Monday to start his trip-to a,
Government penitentiary.

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Probable Pitchers

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland at New York: Milnar
(12-3) or Smith (9-2) vs. Chandler
(5-4).
Detroit at Boston: Gorsica (4-4)
vs. Hash (7-5).
Chicago at Washington: Knott
(4-6) vs. Chase (5-11).
St. Louis at Philadelphia: Trot-
ter (3-1) vs. Babich (7-7).
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn at Chicago: Davis (3-5)
vs. Lee (6-11).
New York at Pittsburgh (night):
Hubbell (5-4) vs. Heintzelman (2-2).

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