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Tigers Break.
Losing Streak
In Long Game
Detroit Trounces Browns
By 13 To 7 Score; Five
St. Louis Hurlers Used
DETROIT, Aug. 14-(P)-Snap-
ping out of their four-game losing
streak with a vengeance, the De-
troit Tigers turned on a 7-run blast
in the eigth inning today and
trounced the St. Louis Browns of
a 13-7 count.
after a rather sluggish exhibition
in the early innings the angry Tigers
mauled four Brownie pitchers for a
total of 15 hits before a halt could
be called. The game lasted 2 hours
and 43 minutes.
Schoolboy Rowe started for the
Tigers, but retired in the seventh
in the midst of a three-run uprising.
Archie McKain relieved him to com-
plete the inning and Paul Trout was
called in the ninth after McKain
was lifted for a pinch-hitter.
Trailing by a single run, the Tig-
ers prefaced their eighth inning bar-
rage with walks by Greenberg and
York.
Indians Beat White Sox
CLEVELAND, Aug. 14-(M)-Al
Smith held Chicago to one hit here
tonight as the pennant-mad Cleve-
land Indians beat the White Sox, 4
to 0, before 59,068 fans.

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Shown here is a map of the "little isle" that has withstood invasion
since 1066.

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SAY ' A H' N O W !-To give a duck sick with botulism the
nourishment he can't get normally because of an upset digestive
system, a U. S. Wildlife Service doctor feeds him a solution of
magnesium sulphate and lpotassium permanganate.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3)
Civil Service Examinations. Last date
for filing application is noted in each
case:
MICHIGAN CIVIL SERVICE
Typist Clerk, salary range $80 to
$100 per month, August 28, 1940.
Stenographer Clerk, salary range
$80, to $100 per month, August 28,
1940.
Civil Service Test Checker, salary
range $.50 per hour, August 21, 1940.
Complete announcement filed at
the University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information,
201 Mason Hall. Office hours: 9-12
and 2-4.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information
has received notice that the Dela-
ware Personnel Advisory Board offers
the following Civil Service Examina-
tions. Some are open to non-resi-
dents. Closing dates for filing appli-
cations is August 21, 1940.
Director of Child Welfare, salary
range $250 to $333.33.
Supervisor of Case Workers, salary
range $200 to $250.
Junior Supervisor of Case Workers,
salary range $175 to $250.
Senior Case Worker, salary range
$150 to $175.
Junior Case Worker, salary range
$125 to $150.
Student Worker in Training, salary
range none.
Senior Clerk Stenographer, salary
range $80 to $125.
Junior Clerk Stenographer, salary
range $65 to $80.
Junior Accounting Clerk, salary
range $110 to $130.
Supervisor (Case Work Consul-
tant), salary range $166.66 to $225.
Senior Field Worker, salary range
$115 to $15.
Junior Field Worker, salary range
$90 to $115.
Senior Clerk Stenographer, salary
range $75 to $100.
Junior Clerk Stenographer, salary
range $65 to $80.
Appeals Referee, salary range $500
per yr. plus $12.50 per diem.
Telephone Operator, salary range
$90 to $110.
Senior Clerk Stengrapher, salary
range $110 to $130.
Junior Clerk Stenographer, salary
range $85 to $105.
Junior Clerk Typist, salary range
$80 to $100.
Complete announcement on file at
the University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information,
201 Mason Hall. Office hours: 9-12
and 2-4.
Univei-ity Bureau of Appointment
and Occupational Information
ATTENTION,
SUMMER STUDENTS!

O M E N F O R O C T O B E R-Football's not far off whet
coaches get together. Here are Jim Crowley (left) of Fordham
and Bill Kern of West Virginia, at W. Va.'s coaching school where
they talk over their coming game, Oct. 5, in New York.

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Senator Vandenberg Launches
First Drive For Renomination

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LANSING, Aug. 14.-(AP)-U. S.
Senator Arthur H. Vandenburg (R-
Mich.) formally launched his cam-
paign for renomination tonight with
an appeal to the voters to flock to
Republican standards in the inters
ests of national defense-defense
not only against foreign attack, but
against "self-perpetuating presi-
dents" and "national bankruptcy."
His plea was contained in an ad-
dress prepared for delivery at a din-
ner sponsored by the Republican
Service Men's League of Michigan.
The talk wound up a one-day Michi-
gan stumping tour that included an
appearance at the Ionia Free Fair
this afternoon.
Discussions of defense against a
possible foreign foe, Vandenburg
said, "must rise wholly above poli-
tics" but the other issues, he added,
'can be settled nowhere else except
in the political forum."
"It is super-politics," he declared,
"to attempt to ban politics . . . to ar-
gue that the war emergency robs
us fo the right to free speech and
free discussion. . . .It would be ab-

surd to defend against the encroach-
ments of dictatorship from abroad
and to ignore its sinister germs at
home."
The Senator's reference was to
what he called "the menace of a
totalitarian, third-term presidency
which would violate every republi-
can tradition of our American demo-
cracy."
While Vandenburg said he hated
"every principle of conquest and
every precept of dictatorship which
blacken so much of the world's sky,"
re warned against intervention in
"the power politics of the old world"
and assailed peace-time onscriptioh
as a step toward "total regimenta-
tion" not alone of men blt of money
and industry.
"It is wholly clear that the subju-
gation of the British Empire would
seriously intensify our own sense of
jeapordy," the Senator told his audi-
ence, "and hence our defense prob-
lem. Therefore it is wholly logical
that our facilities should be partic-
ularly available to England at the
monment."

F I R S T A I D 0 N T H E W A Y--Along a marsh tramp stretcher-bearers looking for birds
stricken with botulism which is prevalent in semi--arid or alkaline-lake states. Birds are carried to a
hospital. Since bacteria producing botulism thrive in mud mixed with organic wastes, hayrakes are
used to comb out rotting plants and to agitate the water, to oxygenate it.

M E S S-That old maxim about
an army traveling on its stomach
may be in the mind of Gen.
George C. Marshall, chief of
staff of the U. S. army, seen on
a surprise visit to a mess kitchen
at Camp Ripley, Minn.,-where
war drill is being held.

FINAL LEARANCE
of all
SPRINGand SUMMER
MERCHANDISE
$5, and $8
All remaining stock of better summer dresses,
coats, and suits on main floor up to $35 are in-
cluded in these two sale groups. This also includes
all PAUL SARGENTS and ANNA WALLS in sum-
mer stock.
BUDGET DRESSES
$3 and $4
Entire balance of cotton stock

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R E A D I N C A T F. B. 1 .-Papers shown at F.B.L offices in capital interest (left) Governors
Herbert O'Conor; Md., and Homer Holt, W. Va. F.BI is studying foreign language publications.

SOUTH ERNER-With
"Bama'' for a nickname, Carvel
Wm. Rowell (above), outfielder
with the Boston Bees could come
from but one state-Alabama.
His home's Citronelle.

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Take advantage of Mich-
igan's low freight rates.
Buy your new Chevrolet
in Ann Arbor. All makes
of reconditioned Used
Cars.
PETE ZAHNER
"DUNC" McFAYDEN

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Summer Formals ..........1/3 off
Summer Accessories ....... /off
Entire balance of cotton LINGERIE, better cotton
BLOUSES, PURSES, BELTS, GLOVES,
and JEWELRY.

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