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It's On House If Reds Homer
But Them Days Is Gone Now!
CINCINNATI, Aug. 1. -(R)- In it brought them only two games clos-
some taverns out around the ball er to the National League's first
park, you can, if window signs are to place.
be believed, have one on the house Manager Bill McKechnie did not
any time one of the World Champion tell them to stop swinging from the
Cincinnati Reds hits a homer. heels and concentrate on looping the
There have been only two payoffs ball over the infield, but some of
in more than a month and Mike Mc- them have that idea.
Cormick caused both of them. The Men like Frank McCormick, who
rest of the boys just haven't been batted in 127 runs last year, Jim
firing the ball into the bleachers, Gleeson, Harry Craft and Ernie Lom-
either at home or on the road, but bardi still swing freely, but they
don't get the idea anybody connected aren't drawing beads on the fences.
with the club cares. Most of their recent hits have been
The fans may complain but the caught on the bounce by outfielders
Reds,, for all their banjo hitting, won running in.
16 of 25 ball games in July. That is For instance, in yesterday's victory
x.640 baseball and when stretched over over the New York Giants the Reds
a season wins pennants even though got an even dozen hits. The only ex-
tra-baser was Gleeson's fluke double.
Wednesday night they got 16 hits,
Die-Hard 'Tigers 'all singles. Tuesday there were 10
hits, with Lombardi and Lonnie Frey
Still Hoe Trout, getting doubles for the only long ones.
'Bobo' CanHelp Inlast unday's double-header with
the Phillies, whose pitchers probably
throw more fast balls than any others
BOSTON, Aug. 1. -(IP)- The De- in the League, Dick West got the only
troit Tigers hope for Louis (Bobo) double in the Reds' eight hits.
Newsom or possibly Paul Trout to Another 'possible explanation of-
pull them out of their shell-shocked fered by the front office is that in
condition tomorrow when they open these hot days there is seldom a wind
a two-game series with the Boston blowing toward the outfield to help
Red Sox. the long hitters and that when the
Manager Del Baker, whose displeas- humidity is up to 90 per cent the bat
ure has grown with successive defeats feels like lead.
on the current eastern tour, indi- "You don't see the other teams get-
cated Newsom might get a' chance ting many homers off us, either,"
to try again after the New York commented traveling Secretary Gabe
Yankees blasted him from the mound Paul.
in the first game of a double-header
yesterday. Bobo haswon eight and Cincinnati Takes Fourth
lost 14 games this season.
Trout was expected to be held in Win In Row By 5 To 1
readiness and possibly to get the start-
ing nod. He has the best pitching CINCINNATItAug. 1d-(P)-John-
record of the Tigers this season, hav- ny Vander Meer, the double no-hit
ing won seven and lost six gahero of the 1938 season, turnedin a
two-hit performance against the Bos-
ton Braves today to give the Reds a
Pittsburgh Downs Giants 5-to-1 victory. It was the fourth
As Butcher Hurls Win victory in a row for the World Cham-
PITTSBURGH, Aug. 1. -(P)- The Displaying good control, Vander
Pittsburgh Pirates continued their Meer walked only three while strik-
parade today with a 6 to 3 victory over ing out seven. Two of the walks went
the New York Giants for their 23rd to Frank Demaree who scored the
triumph in 32 games. Braves' only run on Lew Gremp's
Big Max Butcher, who had beaten double in the second inning. It was
the Giants four out of five times pre- not until one had been retired in the
viously this season, officiated again ninth that Vandy gave the Braves
today, pitching shutout ball until the their second hit, a single by Sibby
eighth inning. Sisti.




F I T TO BE T RI E D-The Ins and the Outs of correct pos-
ture are explained to Recruit Michael F. Collins at the Norfolk,
Va., naval training station by Lieut. Commander Gene Tunney
(left), who's busy building naval physical fitness.

M A K I N G H IS. MA R K-From the bottom looking up,
there is Froilan "Nanny'"Fernandez, San Francisco Seals short-
stop who has been showing up so well that four major leagues
are reported interested in a possible purchase*


students and friends are cordially in-
vited to attend the services Sunday
at 10:30 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. in the
Women's League Chapel. The Rev.
L. Verduin will lead both services.
Church of Jesus Christ, Later Day
Saints holds Sunday morning services
in the League Chapel at 9:30 a.m.
First Methodist Church. Student
Class at 9:45 a.m. with Prof. Kenneth
Hance, leader. Morning Worship at
10:40 o'clock. Dr. Charles W. Bra-
shares will preach on "The Vine and
the Branches." Wesleyan Guild meet-
ing at 6:00 p.m. beginning with sup-
per and fellowship hour. Dr. Bra-
shares and a group of students will
participate in a discussion on the
theme of tie morning sermon at 6:30
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
Sunday, 8:00 a.m. Holy, Communion;
11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Ser-
mon by The Rev. Henry Lewis;' 11:00
a.m. Kindergarten, Church House;
5:00 p.m. Picnic at Little Whitewood
Lake. Speaker: The Rev. John E.
Bell, Supervisor gf the Summer Clin-
ital Training Center for Theological
Students at the University Hospital.
Swimming. Cars leave from Harris
Michigan Christian Fellowship an-
nounces an outdoor meeting this
week. The speaker is to be Charles
A. Troutman, representative for this
disrict of Intervarsity Christian Fel-
lowship of the United States and
Those who wish to attend are asked
to meet in the Fireside room of Lane
Hall at 4:30 p.m. as usual. Trans-
portation will be provided. A small
charge will be made for an outdoor
supper to be served after the. meet-
First Baptist Church, 512 East Hur-
on, C. H. Loucks, Minister. 10:15,
The Church at Study. There are
classes for all ages. Prof. Leroy Wat-
erman teaches the class for Studentts
and Young Adults.
11:00, The Church at Worship. Rev.
Roland Traver, pastor of the North
Frankfort Baptist Church of Phila-
delphia, Pa. will preach.
Zion Lutheran Church, E. Wash-
ington at S. Fifth Ave. Church Wor-
ship service at 10:30 with sermon
by Rev. E. C. Stellhorn on "Our Theo-
logical Seminaries."
Trinity Lutheran Church, E. Wil-
liam St. at S. Fifth Ave. Church
Worship Services at 8:30 a.m. and
10:30 a.m. with sermons by Rev. Hen-
ry O. Yoder, on "Teacher or Saviour."


T I D I N G S--During air raids,
the most welcome sight /to resi-
dents of Chungking, capital of
the Chiang Kai-shek government
of China, is this: cylinder on its
way up and the balls about to
start down, to indicate that "all
Is clear."

T H E Y' L L S P L A S H NO °°M O R E.-One day's catch netted these tuna ranging in weights
from 470 to 609 pounds for Maine's annual tuna tourney. They're at Bailey Island in Casco Bay.

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TOTS LEARN TO MIN D MANNERS AND MOTOR I S T S-in this model intersection set up in a St. Louis
park playground complete with traffic lights, pedestrian lanes, etc., youngsters learn traffic safety. "Arrests" even follow rule violations.


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