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~FRIDAY, ULY 31, 1942

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

Figger Filberts Belittle Cards:
Brooklyn's Second Guessers
Decide Pennant Is In 'Bag'

William Dudley Pelley Is Tried On Sedition Charges

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, July 30.--The socie-
ty of "Figger Filberts" held its first
meeting of the season in its padded-
cell clubrooms today and decided
that, barring a catastrophe like the
loss of Leo Durocher's voice, the
Brooklyn Dodgers are pretty close
to a cinch to hang onto their Na-
tional League pennant.
Since they disposed of the second-
place St. Louis Cardinals two out of
three in their just-concluded set,
the Gowanus bums are now sitting
in a spot where, if they play only .500
ball the rest of the way home, the
Cards would have to win 38 of their
remaining 58 games to beat them out.
This is a .655 percentage, and since
Chile, Bolivia
Craf t Work
On Exhibition

the Cardinals have turned in only a
.625 mark so far this season, you
can plainly see it looks like a bad
cae of St. Louis blues.
What's more, of the 56 games the
Brooklyns still have to play, 21 of
them are with the bewildered Braves
and futile Phillies. And since the
Flatbush follies already have knocked
off these two clubs 19 times against
four losses, you don't need a crystal
ball to see that the doctor couldn't
have prescribed a better treatment
for the bums. At the same time, the
Cards still have 23 to go with Pitts-
burgh and Cincinnati, a pair of
clubs that have whipped St. Louis
10 times this year while losing only
11 to the Cards.
The way things stand now, Brook-
lyn has a record of 69 wins and 29
losses through Wednesday's games.
St. Louis, eight games back, has 60
and 36. Thus if the Dodgers win
only half their remaining games-
28-they'll wind up witi 97 victories
for the season. The Cards then
would have to win 38 to top them.
However, since the Dodgers have
shown no indication of coming
apart at the seams and dropping to
a .500 playing average, the chances
are they'll probably wind up this
year with a better mark than last
season, when they won an even 100
games. This profound thought
brought the meeting of the Filberts
to a close, and they all went back
quietly with their keepers.

Stolen Bikes . ,. Oire 'em Bugaboo . .
With stolen bicycles being turned One of Ann Arbor's experts on rat
in at increasing rates per week. Ann bed bugs and fleas - Steve Kurtis
Arbor police urge all bicyclists who local exterminator-reveals the start
do not bear licenso plates on their ling fact that rats, bed bugs and flea
vehicles to come to the police station. are more prevalent in this city toda
make a twenty-five deposit and in- than they have been in over fiv
sure themselves against loss of a years.
means of transportation. He can't account for it but con:
Bicycles which have license plates plains of rats scrimmaging on fror
are easily identifiable by patrolmen lawns, fleas hopping about Ann An
and make for speedier recovery of bor homes and bed bugs creatin
them. bedlam all over the city.

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Goateed William Dudley Pelley went on trial in Indianapolis, with two associates, on charges of sedi-
tion-the first major prosecution under the Espionage Act of 1917 since Pearl Harbor. Above, the defendants
sit with defense attorneys at the trial in Federal Court. Left to right are: Oscar E. Smith, defense attorney;
Pelley; Marian Henderson, treasurer of a Noblesville, Ind., publishing firm which allegedly turned out the

Galilean; Lawrence A. Brown, the firm's secretary, an d Floyd Christian,
and Brown are also defendants.

defense attorney. Miss Henderson

A musician and painter in her
native land of Chile, Miss Mable Mac-
Crimmnon is, at present stopping at
the University as part of a tour of
American colleges, exhibiting her col-
lection of art and craft work of the
natives of Chile, and Bolivia.
Weavings, leather work, skins, sil-
verware, dolls and costumes are all
included in this unique collection of
objects fashioned by the people of
these South American nations. The
display, in Room 3011 University
High School has been shown to mem-
bers of the education school and wil
be shown to the public from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. today.
Miss MacCrimmon's tour is being
sponsored by the U. S. Office of Edu-
caion, and is especially for the bene-
"fit of curriculum workshops in the
education schools of the universities
which she is visiting. She has already
visited the University of Pennsyl-
vania, the University of Florida and
Yale. She will visit Cornell next.
The first showing of Miss Mac-
Crimmon's exhibition was last March
at the Pan-American Union in Wash-
ington, D.C. It was after this exhibi-
tion that the Office of Education re-
quested her to visit various American
colleges.
After an extensive tour of Bolivia,
Miss MacCrimmon journeyed to Lon-
don in 1938. In 1939 she came to the
United States and until her present
tour she has been visiting women's
clubs throughout the country, with
the aim of cementing North and
South American relations by spread-
ing knowledge of Latin America
among women of the United States.
First Naval ROTC
Smoker Of Term
Will Be Tonight
Members of the Naval ROTC will
meet at their first smoker of the
S Summer Term at 7:30 p.m.I today in
the NortA Hall Chart House.
Motion pictures of activities at the
Navy's former China Station will be
own and Capt. R. E. Cassidy, Com-
mandant of the unit, will tell the
assembled cadets his experiences
with the China Patrol to which he
was attached before, taking up his
duties here.a
A second smoker, to be held at an
unannounced date in August, will
feature further pictures of the Navy
in action.

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'MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS:
Cellar-Dwelling Baseball Teams
Spring Upsets - -Even The Phils

SIDE-SHO W

Dou ble Trouble
CHICAGO, July 30.-(P)-WhileK
his two estranged wives looked on,
Robert Pruitt, 23, was held to the
grand jury on a charge of bigamy
today.z
The story of his marital mixup,'
as related in felony court, was this:
Pruitt and his first spouse, Alice,
23, eloped in October, 1937. He and
his', second mate, Helen, 29, were
married in October, 1940. Within
the span of a few days in July,
1941, both bore children in the same
ward of the Cook County Hospital.
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Too Diligent
NEW YORK. July 30.-(P)-A ma-
jor t.S. industrialist who withheld
his name told this one today on his
plant police force:
Warned to be on the outlook for
saboteurs, they were on their toes
when a couple of men deemed sus-
picious were seen looking around the.
plant.
Collaring them, they hustled the
pair to the jail, where the two sus-
pects produced credentials and
proved they were federal agents, also
on the alert for saboteurs.
* * *
Profitable Deal
tPORTERVILLE, Calif., July 30.-
(P)-A youth approached Holly Com-
stock, offering to sell .a watch-
cheap.
Comstock took a second look and
hurried home. His watch was miss-
ing.
A little later police arrested the
youth. Comstock got his watch back
-for nothing.
Discerning Thief
NEWBURYSPORT, Mass., July 30.
-(A')-Someone stole a wrist watch
and gabardine coat from Sam Mar-
kos' home yesterday.
This morning, Markos found the
watch on an oil barrel behind his
house with a note-criticizing the
quality of the watch.
Still minus his coat, Sam mused:
"I guess the thief thought it was a
good quality coat."

By HALE CHAMPION
From Associated Press Summaries
Sometimes people who don't un-
derstand the makeup of dyed-in-the-
wool ball fans wonder why even los-
ing big league teams have followers
that seldom miss a game, followers
who have no economic or other per-
sonal selfish interest in the team.
But take a glance at today's re-
sults and maybe those fans will make
more sense.
Perhapssthe most abused team in
the history of baseball is the Phila-
delphia Phils. They have been called
every dismal adjective in the book
including all synonyms for futile.
But they still spring upsets, and they
still occasionally step out and pull a
fast one.
Yesterday they gave Bucky Walters
one of his rare pastings, and loyal
Philadelphians got a thrill that so
far has been pretty well limited to
Brooklynites, the only others in the
league that have seen the depend-
able Walters in trouble.
Detroit, A's Split
Philadelphia .100 002 200- 5 14 0
Detroit......100 031 06x-11 14 0
Besse, Harris (7) and Wagner.
White, Trout (7) and Tebbetts.
Philadelphia ..310 001 020-7 12 1
Detroit .......000 500 010-6 8 1
Marchildon, Wolff (4) and Swift,
Wagner (4); Bridges, Gorsica (2),
Wilson (8), Newhouser (9) and Teb-
betts.
Indians 4q -iosox 6

Senators .1, Browns 6
Washington .202 040,012-11 13 1
St. Louis .....012 003 000-6 8 1
Newsom, Masterson (9) and Ev-
ans; Ostermueller, Caster (5) and
Sewell, Ferrell (7).
* * *
Phils 4, Reds 2

Laabs Ends Hitting
Spree With Hopes
For Another Soon
ST. LOUIS, July 30-(A)-The hot-
test slugging streak in baseball this
year apparently has endedbut Ches-
ter Peter Laabs confidently expects
to break out in another orgy of home
runs any day now.
For a sensational string of eight
games, the Browns' outfielder hit
seven homers, drove in 24 tallies and
batted .552. Since then he has hit
two more, giving him, a total of 19,
second only to Ted Williams in the
American League.
"Nobody could keep up the kind of
pace he was setting," said Manager
Luke Sewell today, "but he's meeting
the ball squarely and he might break
out in another streak any time."
However, the fickle home fans have
been yelling "home run" whenever
Chet steps up to the plate, and, a,
single has been sort of a letdown.
Laabs has credited his batting
prowess to a new. open stance at the
plate. He always has been a long-
ball hitter but last year he cracked
out only 15 home runs all season.

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Cincinnati ....010 100 000-2
Philadelphia . .020 002 00x-4
Walters and Lanning, West

4 2
6 1
(2);

Naylor, Pearson (4) and Bragan.
* * *
Brooklyn 9, Cubs 2
Chicago ......000 110 000-2 9 1
Brooklyn.....000 062 01x-9 14 3
Olson, Warneke and McCullough;
Allen, Macon and Owen.
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