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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1940

PAGE SIX SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1940

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On boatload of the 600 candidates for midshipmen appointments in the U.S. naval reserve draws near
the ship, U.S.S. Wyoming, which sailed from N'ew York for a month's training cruise in southern waters. The
men are between 19 and 27 and are part of Uncle -Sam's growing family of naval recruits bolstering the na-
tional defense.

Rhythm rides the range again in Texas now that singing W. Lee
"Pass the Biscuits Pappy" O'Daniel is seeling re-election as governor.
Here's Pappy (left) and his bandsters in a campaign truck at a Green-
ville, Tex., rally.
TAX A MARRIED BRITISHER
WITH TWO CHILDREN MUST PAY
COMPARED WITH AN, AMERICAN

With newcoiffures calling for pompadours that roll up from wom-
anly brows, Lura de Gez, who worries about such matters, has devised
this smart hair-do as a fitting accompaniment to the halo-like front.

$24,452

604

PER CENT OF INCOME
4111TAKEN BY TAX

$4,952

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BRITISH
TAX
$844.00
U.
$67
$63.35
$35.20
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Here's the lineup aboard the U.S.S. Wyoming, bagg age and all, as the naval reserve recruits check in for
their month's training cruise.

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$9,226.
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7.60
AOUNT OF INCOME

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113 $1,600

$4,000

$12.000

$40,000

Sweeping income tax boosts announced for Britishers put a steep
load on even married men, running to many times the American income
taxes. This chart shows the tax a married Britisher with two children
must pay compared with an American. In England, a married man with
two children, earning $1,600 a year, pays $63.35, while married Amer-
icans get an exemption of $2,000. Figures shown here do not include
allowed exemptions and other taxes paid.
In The Majors

These three pictures were prize winners in a recent contest 'pon-
sored among newsmen by the Associated Press. Above is "Close.Call,"
which took first prize in the news division and was photographed by
Harry Steiger of the Detroit Free Press. Directly below is "Proud I ama
and Egrets" taken by Garrett,H. Cope of the Jackson GitIzen-Patriot,
winning first place in the feature division. At the bottom, is "Muskegon-
Grand Rapids South Football Game," first prize winner ini the sports
division, taken by Shelly Robinson of the Grand Rapids Herald.

AMERICAN
Detroit.........
Cleveland........
Boston..........
Chicago ..........
New York.... . .
Washington......
St. Louis .........
Philadelphia.....
Saturday's

LEAGUE
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60 39
58 40
52 46
49 44
49 46
42 57
40 59
39 58
Results:

PCT
.606
.592
.531
.527
.516
.424
.404
.402

Detroit 6-14, Boston 4-2
Cleveland 5, New York 1
Chicago 7, Washington 6
Philadelphia 11, St. Louis '7
Sunday's Games:
Boston at Detroit
Washington at Chicago (2)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (2)
New York at Cleveland

Sleep being what it is, the naval recruits get an e irly lesson in how to make up their hammocks aboard
the U.S.S. Wyoming, training ship. Note instructor.

NATIONAL
Cincinnati .......
Brooklyn.
New York........
Chicago .........
St. Louis .........
Pittsburgh .......
Philadelphia .....
Boston ..........
Saturday's
Cincinnati 3-2,

LEAGUE
W L
62 32
56 39
50 41
51 49
46 46
44 48
32 58
32 60
Results:
Boston 1-5

PCT
.660
.589
.549
.510
.500
.478
.356
.348

Pittsburgh 8, Philadelphia 0
St. Louis 8, New York 3
Chicago 2, Brooklyn 1
Sunday's Games:
Chicago at Brooklyn (2)
Cincinnati at Boston (2)
St. Louis at New York (2)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2)
Baseball's Big Six
BATTING
(Three leaders in each league)
Player, Club G AB R H Pct.
Radcliff, Browns 93 355 53 130 .366

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