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POTPOURRI

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York .......61 28 .684
Cleveland .......53 38 .582
Boston.........46 43 .517
Chicago ........45 45 .500
Detroit .........43 48 .473
Philadelphia ....40 47 .460
St. Louis ........34 52 .395
Washington.....32 53 .376
Wednesday's Results

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ASSOCIATED
PUHCTURES

PRESS
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FOR SOME TIME NOW, baseball magnates and U.S.O. officials have
been thinking about a contest between big league all-stars and a picked'
army squad and, from all indications, there's a good chance that such a
game will come off just after the World Series.
By that time, if the draft goes per schedule, the army should have quite
an aggregation and such a contest would mean a whole lot more to sports
fans than just another U.S.O. contribution.
Already in khaki today is one of the two or three top outfielders in
the business, Hank Greenberg, one of the National League's most ef-
fective hurlers last season, Hugh Mulcahy, and hard-hitting first base-
man, Zeke Bonura.
WITHIN the next few weeks, Cecil Travis, star Washington third sacker,
Joe Marty, slugging Phillies outfielder, and Morrie Arnovich, Giant fly
chaser, are scheduled to join them in camp. And Bobby Feller, undoubtedly
the greatest pitcher in the game today, will start drawing his $21 per month
as soon as the season is over.
There are supposed to be several good Minor League infielders in the
army and all that the boys really need now is a good catcher. But with
Feller and Greenberg in there maybe they won't even need that.

New York 3, Cleveland 2
Chicago 10, Boston 4
Washington 6, Detroit 1
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis
Thursday's Games
Detroit at Washington
St. Louis at Philadelphia
Cleveland at New York
Chicago at Boston
NATIONAL LEAGUE'

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W L Pct.
St. Louis ........58 31 .656
Brooklyn......57 31 .648.
Cincinnati ......47 29 .547
New York .......44 29 .530
Pittsburgh ......42 40 .512
Chicago ........39 49 .443
Boston .........35 51 .407
Philadelphia .... 21 63 .250
Wednesday's Results

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IT WAS with a great deal of joy that we picked up the newspaper yesterday
and saw that Tom Harmon had made good his promise-he isn't going
to play pro football, he's going to talk about it.
As far as we're concerned (and we've had the chance- to see and
hear him in action) Harmon will do almost as competent a job up in
the broadcasting booth as he does on the field. Thekre is no doubt about
the fact that he really knows football thoroughly and probably less
doubt that he possesses an excellent radio voice.
Although Ty Tyson, Harry Wismer and Harry Kipke (the three men
who've been reporting Michigan games over the air during our University
career) .are all fairly good announcers, Harmon is considerably better even
now and, with a few years of experience, should be among the top men of
the profession. I

Boston 6, Chicago 1
St. Louis 5, New York 4
Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati 4
Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 2
Thursday's Games
Boston at Chicago
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
New York at St. Louis
(Only Games Scheduled)
'Music Of Michigan'
Records Star Band,
Varsit y Glee Club

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. aSponsored by the Extension Divi-
sion of the University and the Alum-
Minnesota Gridders . . .ni Association, four records of "Mu-
sic of Michigan" have been made,
Istarring the Varsity Band and the
FROM NOW until the end of the Summer Session, Potpourri will devote Varsity Glee Club, with greetings by
some space to sketchy discussions of some of the Western Conference President Alexander G. Ruthven.
grid squads for the coming season. Today, a few words about Minnesota. First record, commencing with
President Ruthven's words, contains
Bernie Bierman's Gophers, according to all indications, are almost "The Yellow and Blue," by the Band,
certain to win the Conference championship again. Twenty-four letter- and "Laudes Atque Carmina," "When
men are returning, six of-whom were regulars on last year's star-studded Night Falls, Dear," and "The Friars'
squad, and 11 of whom were on the second team. All have had a great Song," sung by the Glee Club. "The
deal of experience and the backfield is reported to be particularly strong. Victors" and "Varsity" are played by
the band in the second recording.
BECAUSE of Bierman's system of liberal replacements, the reserves are The Glee Club comes back in the
expected to be outstanding and the coach claims that \innesota can next record with "Michigan Men,"
start the season with veterans at every position. "'Tis of ;Michigan," "I ,Want to Go
Among the more outstanding members of the team will be Urban Odson, Back to Michigan," "Goddess of the
a star tackle last year; Captain Bruce'Smith, an all-around back, and Her- Inland Seas" and "In College Days."
man Frickey, sophomore halfback. Frickey, of course, has not as yet proved The new "Michigan Fantasy" is of-
himself, but the Gopher mentors are not overlooking his running and kick-r

ing abilities by a long shot. __________
College All-Stars
HARMON has now climbed to
the top of the College All-Star
heap with 346,258 votes ... . Eva- SPECIALS
shevski leads the quarterbacks_ _ _ _ __ _ __ _
with 328,124 . . . Frutig, with 192,-
477 tallies, has risen to No. 3 posi-
tion among the ends .. . Kromer
is 27th among the halfbacks with Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich
21,758 votes . . . and Fritz has
garnered 6,415 ballots to remain Soup
25th among the guards. Salad or Dessert
Beverage
Music Hour Recordings
Feature Singing Stars Chipped Beef in Cream on Toast
Guest artists on the Strauss Library Rolls or Bread
Music Hour, program of recorded Potato or Vegetable
classical selections, at 6:45 p.m. to- Salad or Dessert 3 9e
morrow, will be Marian Anderson,S3dr se
Lawrence Tibbett, Lily Pons, Ezio Beverage
Pinza, Kirsten Flagstad and Rich-
ard Crooks.
Conducted by Cornelius D. Gall,
director of the Hamilton Commun-TAPROOM
ity Symphony Orchestra and a grad-
uate student in the School of Music,
these programs will be offered Mon -___________________________________
day through Thursday of each week
during the Summer Session in the
Main Lounge of the West Quadrangle.
All members of the Summer Ses-
sion and their friends are invited LAKEW OOD
to attend these concerts.
Motion picture theatre attendance M VM S I IE
reached record levels over July 4. Located on Jackson Highway (Route 12) 1/4 mile from
city limits, Ann Arbor, Mich., at
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Shirts .......................14 One-third cash payable at sale, plus usual auctioneer's fee of $10.00 per lot,
Undershirts..................04 balance in 18 monthly installments, free abstract or title insurance.
Shorts .....................04 ku LT Lr rA R t -c A i

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MOOSE-ON THE LOOS E-Ifallgoes well, MamaMoose
will be fooled by the "moose talk" of this birch horn and George
Hughes, a guide at Marten River, Ontario. Hughes hopes to re-
unite the mother and an abandoned baby moose.

B A S E B A L L F A N S-As intent a pair of Brooklyn Dodgers'
baseball fans as Larry MacPhail would ask for are these two, seen
at a recent Dodger game in Ebbets field, New York. There must
have been a high fly at this moment.

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C A L LE D-Maj. Gen. Milton
H. Medenbach, executive offi-
cer at Valley Forge military
academy, has been called into
active U.S. army service and has
been assigned to headquarters of
the air technical training corps
at Chanute' field in Rantoul. Ill.

NAMED FOR A CERTAIN AMERICAN-With a muzzle greyed by age, Pete, a
14-year-old Belgian husky, makes friends with a baby moose being cared for by George Hughes, a
guide at Marten River, Ontario, Canada. It's been named Wendell. The moose, one day old when
found abandoned in a wood, had a head like a mule and spindly, giraffe-like legs.

U P S E T-Tradition was broken
when Miss Beatrice Jones, a na-
tive of Oklahoma, became first
woman ever to be named presi-
dent of the New York Life Un-
derwriters association.

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