XATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 194 THE MICJiGAN .ALY
MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS:
Brownie Shortstop Stephens
Ranks With Best In Bigtime
To Have U. S.
By HALE CHAMPION Hollingsworth, Ferens (7), Appleton Chief Of Staff Marshall
From Associated Press summaries (9) and Ferrell. _entoe___________
The hottest baseball argument of Mentioned As Possible
the year concerns Negroes in the big New York ....060 000 200-8 10 0 The second Nurses Aide Corps re- Second Front Leader
time, but one that ranks a close sec- St. Louis . ...000 000 000-0 3 1 ceived their caps at a ceremony in
and is: Who is the best shortstop in Chandler and Rosar; Galehouse, the auditorium of North Hall yester- By The Associated Press
either league? Muncrief (2), Ferens (9) and Ferrell. day afternoon. LONDON, July 31.-Appointment
'Don't tell a Dodger fan that Pee- * * * The certificates were given out by of a United States general as com-
w'ee Reese isn't far and away the '6,I nGeorge Paul, chairman of the Wash- mander-in-chief of an Allied inva-
best shortfielder in the last decade tenaw County chapter of the Red sion force in Europe would be en-
or you're likely to get the Red Hook Philadelphia . .000 330 000-6 8 2 Cross. The speakers, introduced by tirely acceptable in Britain, it was
treatment handed out to Umpire Cleveland ....100 001 002-4 8 3 Mrs. Frederick Coller, chairman of said tonight by informed British
Majerkrth. Boston fans have civil Fowler, Marchildon (9) and Swift; Volunteer Service, included Dr. War- sources who could not be quoted di-
war over Johnny Pesky of the Sox Smith, Ferrick (6), Eisenstat (9) and ren Forsythe, director of the Emer- rectly.
and Eddie Miller of the Braves, but Hegan. gency Medical Service; Mrs. Merle The name of General George C.
they defend the pair against all * * * Malin, executive secretary and Mrs. Marshall, U.S.A. Chief of Staff, has
comners. , Harlan Bloomer, a member of the
cornes. O cy '5, Braves 2 alnBooeamm1ro h been prominent in discussions of the
Lou Boudreau will draw a solid 5 Nurses Aide Committee. subject both in the newspapers and
vote from the Midwest except for Cincinnati . .. .120 000 110-5 10 1 The shortage of nurses is becoming in informed circles.
an occasional protest from Chicago Boston .......000 000 002-2 3 1 acute throughout the country and The situation as depicted by the
where they say Appling has only Thompson, Beggs (9) and R. West; the Nurses Aides are needed to com-,British is this:
been having a bad year. Rizzuto of Early, Tost (2), Hutchings (3) and pensate for this shortage, working The principle of American leader-
the Yanks and Jurges of the Giants Mast. under the direction of registered ship of this vital operation facing
have their devotees too, but a kid * * * nurses. the United Nations is believed to be
from down St. Louis way sort of Night Baseball * * *acceptable to the British people.
complicates the picture.n Anw class in canteen work is
H-e's the Browns' Vernon Stephens Washington . .000 010 010-2 7 1 now under way with classes being If President Roosevelt should name
and if you .think Chet Laabs is the Chicago ......013 030 0x-7 10 2 held in the League. Due to the emer- inAeran sole any other rank-
only reason the Browns are in the Wynn, Scarborough and early; gency the preliminary requirement ing American soldier as commander-
first division have another look. Humphries and Tresh. of the nutrition course has beenthe
Stephens leads him in runs batted in waived. However, members of the accepted immediately by the British
while saving game,-s with senastionalj.I class will be expected to fulfill the government and fighting services,
plays around second base.s sasor League Standing nutrition requirementdat a later date. according to these informed British
He was a big factor yesterday again All who are interested are asked to sources.
as the Browns split a doubleheader AMERICAN LEAGUE call Washtenaw County Red Cross Gen. Douglas MacArthur, like
with the Yankees. Mr. Stephens may W L Pct. GB Headquarters at North Hall. Marshall, enjoys high prestige among
nett be the best, but he's right in New York .......68 32 .680 British soldiers, civilians and offi-
there pitching. Boston .........56 44 .560 12 cials. It is the view of well-informed
* * * Cleveland .......57 47 .548 13 League Holds Informal sources, however, that MacArthur is
St. Louis........53 51 .510 17 vitally needed by both nations in his
Boston 7, DetroitDetroit.........49 54 .476 20a ps anceTonigt present position.
Boston .. ....010 310 200-7 12 0 Chicago ........43 55 .439 24 Speculation concerning a supreme
Detroit . .011 110 002-6 15 3 Washington.....41 61 .402 28 The doors of the League ballroom commander for a European invasion
Hughson, Butland (9) and Pea- Philadelphia ... .42 65 .393 291/2 will be open to everybody on campus is coupled with selection of a chief
cock; Benton, Henshaw (7) an1i Gamies Saturday tonight from 9 to midnight for the of staff for him.
Tebbetts. New York at St. Louis I usual informal, all-campus dance. Four British generals are men-
* * Boston at Detroit Doc Sprachlin will conduct the tioned prominently. They are Gen.
Nt (Only games scheduled) Gordon Hardy Orchestra, the Har- Sir Alan Brooke, chief of the Im-
New Yrk, Bro7* s*Split * mony Quartet will lift its component perial General Staff; Lieut.-Gern
New York . . .020 212 001-8 16 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE voices ,in song and the Dixieland Sir Bernard Paget, chief of the home
St. Lduis .. . .020 006 16x-9 17 2 W L Pet. GB Band, composed of six of the orch- forces army; General Wavell, and
Borowy, Murphy (6) anr Hemsley; Brooklyn .......70 29 .707 estra players, will present the swing Gen. H. R. L. G. Alexander, who was
St. Louis .......60 36 .625 82 stuff. commander in Burma.
Cincinnati ......53 45 .541 16/2
St a ndS New York ....52 47 .525 18
Chicago........ 47 .55 .461 24i2
Firm On Ban Pittsburgh 43 52 453 25 DAIL OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Philadelp1lia :.. 28 68 .292 402
Of Reorordfiny. Ganic; Saturday
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NEW YORK, July 31-(IP)-James Cincinn
C. Petrillo, president of the APL Pittsbur
American Federation of Musicians,
stood firm tonight on an order ban-
ning the manufacture of "canned the
music" by 138,000 musicians, effec-!
tive at midnight.
Petrillo's move was assailed by Ne- Tie
ville Miller, president of the National
Association of Broadcasters, who
charged him with seeking to deprive Card 68
the public of 'frecorded music "in
order to get at the few establish- Under
ments which he believes should em-
ploy union musicians." . ST. PAUL
The order covered the making of Lawson Lit
records for radio and othei: public and .Chick
use, which Petrillo said comprised Mich., blaze
95 per cent of the music heard in Course tda
the United States and Canada. der par, for
In refusing governmental pleas to the $5,000 I
lift the ban, Petrillo said that half Half the f
a million juke boxes in this country ers as Jima
and Canada had thrown 8,000 mu- defending c
sicians out of work and that several and Jimmy
thousand more lacked jobs because course.
of 500 radio stations "which do not Ben HogE
employ a single live musician." first nine it
for a 69. He
the 14th ho
Rackham Building bogies and
4 on the 18
To Be 'Penthouse' putt. He r
For Grad Dance Also in tl
The Rackham Building's third anston, Ill.,
floor "penthouse" will be open from sas City, M(
9 p.m. to 12 midnight today for the risburg, Pa.
second Graduate Student Summer and Lloyd,
Dance. posted 70's.
Held under the sponsorship of the
Graduate Student Council, the in- NYA I
formal dance will be held in the
Rackham Ballroom, with adjoining LANSING
terrace and gamerooms open for di- 7,000 Michig
version between dances. Refresh- lege studen
ments will also be served. the Nationo
Chaperons for the dance will be this year to
Prof. and Mrs. Mewin Waterman was annou.
and Prof. and Mrs. Norman Anning.,
is at New York (2)
ati at Boston
gh at Philadelphia
In St. Paul
's, Four Strokes
Par For Course
L, Minn., July 31.-(W)-
tle of Monterey, Calif.,
Harbert of Battle Creek,
d over the Keller Public
y in 68, four strokes un-
the first round lead in
St. Paul golf open.
ield, including such play-
my Thomson, Dick Metz,
hampion Horton Smith,
Hines, still was on the
an, after blistering the
.n 32, came back with 37
was five under par after
le, then strung out three
wounid up with a birdie
8th by sinking a 10-foot
equired 28 putts on the
he 69 bracket were two-
Johnny Revolta of Ev-
and Len Dodson of Kan-
o. Dutch Harrison, Har-
., Stan Larson, St. Paul,
Monterey Park, Calif.,
, July 31. - A')- About
gan high school and col-
ts will receive help from
al Youth Administration
0 obtain an education, it
and 9:00 p.m.
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meets in the Guild House, 502 East
11:00 am.-Morning Church Wor-
ship. Sermon-"Economic Planning."
Observance of the Lord's Supper. An
activity program for children is pro-
vided during this period.
7:00 p.m.-The Roger Williams
Guild meets in the Guild House.
The Ann Arbor Church of Christ
will meet on Sunday, Aug. 2, in the
Y.M.C.A. Building at 110 North
Fourth Ave., at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and
8 p.m. Mr. Wayne Hemmingwa of
Detroit will do the preaching. Lble
Study will be held on Wednesday at
Unitarian Church, State and Hur-
No morning service.
7:30 p.m.-Discussion Group, at
Gilbert Community House, Ypsilanti.
Leader: G. Richard Kuch of Chi-
cago-Cars leave church at 7:30.
First Presbyterian Church.
Morning Worship - 10:45 a.m.
"Vindicated Under Fire"-subject of
the sermon by Mr. Lampe.
Westminster' Student Guild-So-
cial luncheon at 6:15 followed by a
discussion at 7:15 on "Building a new
World-What the Jews are Doing",
by David Crohn.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
8:00 a.m.-Holy Communion; 11:00
a.m. -Kindergarten, Harris Hall;
11:00 a.m.-Holy Communion and
Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis,
D.D.; 5:00 p.m.-Student Picnic.
Meet at Harris Hall. Bring your
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
409 S. Division St.
Sunday morning service at 10:30.
Sunday School at 11:45.
Free public Reading Room at 106
E. Washington St., open every day
except Sundays and holidays, from
11:30 a.m. until 5 p.m., Saturdays
until 9 p.m.
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