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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Buckeyes Star
In AAU Meet
Nakama Sets World Mark
In One-Mile Swim
NEW LONDON, CONN., Aug. 7.-1
(R)-A human fish, Leo Nakama,
Hwaiian-born Ohio State ace, shat-
tered the world's one-mile record to-
night as the three-day National
Men's A. A. U. Outdoor Swim Cham-
pionships got under way.
Nakama, thrashing through the
green water with rhythm and reason,
finished the 30 lap grind 110 yards,
or twice the length of the pool, in the
van of Jack Ryan, a teammaie, who
was runner-up. The slim, dark-
haired victor's time was 20 minutes,
and 29 seconds, which blasted to
pieces they 20 minutes, and 57.8 sec-
oonds made by Jack Medica of the
University of Washington eight years
ago.
Eclipsed by Nakama's brilliant per-
formance was the excellent 220-yard
free style triumph turned in by Bill
Smith of Hawaii, the defending 200-
meter champion, whose time of
2:10.7 bettered the American mark of
2:13.1 recorded by Otto Jaretz of
Chicago in 1940.
Sammy Lee, Occidental College
star now representing the Pasadena,
Calif., A. C., captured the three-me-
ter dive crown as well as the fancy
of the crowd of 400 spectators, com-
piling 155.84 points.

To ie For

Treason

MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS:
White Sox Shake Off Iijuries;
Make Bid For First Division

Michigan Coed Wins Varsity Nine Ends
Way' To Last Ru"d S"nIn"" er Season
In Western latches Michigan's game with the Detroit
Naval Recruiting Station nine

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO, Aug. 7. - Chicago's
White Sox, docile as lambs all sea-
son, chiefly through misfortune, sud-
denly have becoine sufficiently
aroused to make a determined bid
for a first division berth in the
American League.A
With the Sox winning six games
in a row, it appears as if Manager
Jim Joe Dykes' boysemight succeed.
Dykes hopes so. They will be gun-
ning for their seventh straight, and
perhaps their eighth. when they tan-
gle with the Cleveland Indians in a
doubleheader here Sunday.
The principal reason for the up-
lift of the Sox is the return to form
of pitcher Thornton Lee, a 22-game
winner last season; the power of
Taffy Wright in hitting and the
achievement of Lule Appling in
shaking off his batting slump.
Lee, lost to the team since the end
of the spring training campaign be-
cause of a damaged muscle in his
pitching arm, pitched his first game
of the season less than two weeks
ago, losing to Philadelphia 6 to 0 on
six hits. Then he came back to
trounce Detroit, 1 to 0.
"It looks like we might'get rollin',"
said Dykes tonight. "Lee appears to
be as good as ever and we've started
to hit. We had grand pitching, but
simply couldn't get ang runs. At the
start we lost 18 of our first 22 games,
nine of them by one run."
Dykes is cheered by the sudden
shaking off of the jinx that trailed
lefty Eddie Smith, who pitched the
White Sox to a 4 to 1 victory over De-
troit last night. It was only the third
triumph of the season for Smith
against 17 defeats.
The Sox opened their current win-

GRAND RAPIDS, Aug. 7. -'P)-
Sally Sessions. of Muskegon, and
ning streak with a double victory Mrs. C. S. Miller. of Grand Rapids,
over the Yankees July 29, the second defeated semifinalist opponents in
time this season the Sox were able the Women's Western Michigan golf
to beat the World's Champions twice tournament today at Kent Country
in the same day. Club and earned a chance at the title
in the finals Saturday.
C rons 3, Tigers 2 Miss Sessions is a junior at the
IUniversity of Michigan and won the
Detroit .......000 110 000-2 11 0 Michigan State Novice Women's ten-
St. Louis .....110 000 01x-3 8. 0 nis title in 1940.
Trout and Tebbetts; Niggeling and Miss Sessions won her way to the
Ferrell. final round with a 4-2 victory over
* * * Mrs. Lee Kosten, her fellow towns-
(;ants 6, Phils 4 man, while Mrs. Miller defeated Mrs.
W. C. Cartier, of Grand Rapids, 3
New York ..... 002 000 301 6 14"1A and 2.
Philadelphia . .000 000 202-4 6 0 Miss Sessions opened unsteadily
Hubbell, Adams (9) and Danning; but was 1 up at the turn. She rallied
R. Melton, Pearson (8), Nahem (9) strongly on the back nine and ended
and Bragan. the match on the sixteenth green

scheduled "ftr"lat c f nit} . t f'P.l'1'v

Max Stephan (center) walks through the basement of the De-
troit federal building between two federal officers after he had been
sentenced to hang for treason by Federal Judge Arthur J. Tuttle. The
naturalized Detroit tavernkeeper aided an escaped Nazi flier..

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Charles H. Meredith's talk at the
Speech Assembly at 3 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre. All Speech students should at-
tend.
Women, in Education. The last
regularly scheduled luncheon for
this summer will be held Wednesday,
August 12,' from 11:45 to 1:00 in the
Russian Tea Room of the Michigan
League. Miss Bessie L. Whitaker,
Associate Professor of'Speech in
charge of Speech Reading, Insti-
tute of Human Adjuistment (Speech
Clinic) will speak on "Teaching of
Speech Reading at the University.,"
Come and bring a friend.
Bernice Winchester, Violinist,"will
present a recital in partiat' fulfillment
of the requirements for the degree of
Master of Music at 4:15 Wednes-
day, August 12, in the Rackham As-
sembly Hall. Miss Winchester is as-
sociate professor of violin and history
of music at Knox College, Galesburg,
Illinois, and a student of Professor
Wassily Besekirsky. She will be ac-
companied by Sarah Lacey Nicholas.
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REPLIES
THERE IS a reply in Box 8.
Art Cinema League
presents
Eugene O'Neill's
AINNA
CHRISTIE
with
GRETA GARBO

Churches
Trinity Lutheran Church Services
will be held Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Rev. Henry O. Yoder will speak on
"God's Kind of Security."
Services at' Zion 4utheran Church
will 'be held Sunday at 10:30 with
the new vicar, Mr. Elmer Christian-
sen, speaking on "The World's Fight
Against Christianity."
The Lutheran Student Association
will meet at the Zion Lutheran Par-
ish Hall for dinner and a short meet-
ing, after which they will attend the
Inter-Guild Worship Service.
Unitarian Church-State and Hu-
ron Sts.
No Morning Service.
8 p.m. Discussion-"The Second
Front," led by David McElvy White
of Detroit.
The Presbyterian Church:
Morning Worship-10:45 a.m. "A
House Divided"--subject of the ser-
mon by Mr. Lampe.'
Westminster Student Guild-So-
cial Luncheon at 6:15 p.m. There
will be a talk at 7:15 by Mr. Tien, a
Chinese Christian teaching in the
Oriental Language Division at the
University who will speak on "Chris.
tian Opportunity In China." This
is Mr. Tien's first! eaking apear-
ance, and all youn people will be
welcome.
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
409 S. Division St.
Sunday morning service at 10:30;
Subject: "Spirit."
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.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church:
8:00 a.nm.-Holy Communion; 11:00
a.m.-Kindergarten, Church House;
11:00 a.m.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis,
D.D.; 5:00 'p.m.-Episcopal Stualent
Guild Picnic at the Giefel residence
in Barton Hills. Meet at Harris Hall.
Bring, your swim suit.
First Baptist Church:
512 East Huron.
Rev. C. H. Loucks, Minister.
Mrs. Geil Orcutt, Associate Stu-
dent Counselor.
10:00 a.m.-Children 's Depart-
ments of the Church School.
10:15 a.m.-Adult Classes of the
Church School. The Student Class
meets in the Guild House, 502 East
Huron.
11:00 a.m.-Morning Church Wor-
ship. Rev. Roland M. Traver of
Yonkers, N. Y., will preach. Miss
Cleone Topp will sing. An activity
program for children is provided
during this period.
7:00 p.m.-The Roger Willians
Guild meets in the Guild House.
They will go in a group to the eland

for a picnic supper and an Inter-
Guild Worship Service.
The Ann Arbor Church of Christ
will meet Sunday, Au~g. 9, in the
Y.M.C.A. Building at 110 North
Fourth Ave. Sunday School will be
at 10 a.m. Worship Services will be
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
Bible Study will be at 8 p.m. Mr.
Don Healy of Detroit will do the
preaching at each of the Worship
Services.
Wesley Foundation: Supper and
fellowship at 6:00 Sunday evening in
the student lounge. At 6:40, Rev.
Pickerill, director of student work
with the Michigan Christian Foun-
.dation, will speak on "Campus Re-
sources for World Christianity." At
8:00 p.m. we will go\in a group to the
Inter-Guild outdoor vespers service
near the Island. All students are
cordially invited to attend these
meetings.
Wesley Foundation: Dr. Blake-
man continues his student class in
"Personality and Religion" at 9:30
a.m. Sunday morning with a discus-
( sion of "The Ideal's Relation to Our
Drives." You are invited to join the
class in the Wesley Foundation
lounge.
Uiversity Chorus
Will Sing Vespers
The University Chorus of the Sum-
mer Session, under the direction of
Prof. Maynard Klein, will present
the final summer Choral Vespers, at
8:30 p. in. tomorrow in Hill Auditor-
ium.
The program will consist of Buxe-
thude's "Rejoice, Beloved Christ-
ians," and "The Peaceful Kingdom,"
by Randall Thompson.

RAF Caused
r
Traffic JaM
Over Cologne
BALTIMORE, Aug. 7.-W)-Brit-
ish plane followed British plane so
closely during the RAF's mass raid
on Cologne in late May that the pi-
lots' chief concern was to avoid
bumping into each other, a Balti-
morean with the RAF told his wife
in a letter today.
"Over the target we weren't wor-
ried about the defenses so much as
bumping into other aircraft," RAF
Flight Sergeant Michael Stein Ja-
cobs wrote.
"X X X everywhere you looked
there were planes. It seemed\ like
one big formation.
"This was the conversation over
the 'intercom' (the plane's inter-
communication system), especially
from the rear gunne : 'Hello, Cap-
tain, two Wellingtons on the star-
board, one Halifax just above, and
I think there's a Sterling right be-
hind."
Sergeant Jacobs said that on their
return British fliers commented on
the number of their own planes they
saw, and one rear gunner remarked
facetiously:
"Yeah, I saw a traffic cop just as
we crossed the Dutch coast and he
was waving and shouting 'This
way'."
"That raid was a real thrill and
something I certainly didn't want to
miss," Jacobs added. "Although
there will be more, it was exciting
to be in the first one."

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* Welcome Little Stranger
(Technicolor Cartoon)
* Lure of the Trout
RACKHAM

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Golfside Stables

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at 2 rice
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