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SU~DAY, AUGUST 9, 1942 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Golfing Cror
Won By Coed
SallySessions
By The Associated Press
GRAND RAPIDS, Aug. 8. - Miss
Sally Sessions, University of Michi-
gan coed from Muskegon, who has
been playing golf only two years, an-
nexed the Women's annual Western
Michigan Golf Championship at the
kent Country Club here today by{
crushing Mrs. C. S. Miller, of Blythe-
field, Grand Rapids, in the 18-hole
finals by the convincing margin of
7 up with 6 to play.
Miss Sessions, who won medalist
honors in the tourney with an 80,
had easy sailing throughout the
tournament and her finals match
was the easiest of all. She won the
first three holes of the match and,
then coasted in. She was six up at
the turn and went out with a medal
of 43, with a two-stroke penalty for
an out of bounds shot on the sixth.
Par for the first nine is 37.
Starting the back nine, she parred
the tenth to go seven up, then halved
the next two holes to cinch the
match on the 12th, where she nego-
tiated a half-stymie for her half.
Mrs. Miller won only one hole, the
sixth, where Miss Sessions was forced
to take the double penalty tsroke.
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MAJOR LEAGUE RESULT

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Braves Beat Dodgers In Typical
Brooklyn'Knock-Down' Fashion
From A! ;oc'ated Press Summaries as it usually is and the stick slid
Boston, Aug. 8.-In a disorderly right out to shortstop.
game in which pitchers Manny Salvo As Wyatt walked to first, <Salvo
and Whit Wyatt threw what looked strolled over to the first-base line.
suspiciously like old fashioned "bean Marnny's teammates, Sibby Sisti and
balls" time after time, the Braves Max West rushed over to intercept
nipped the Dodgers 2 to 0 today to him. The entire scuads of both clubs
chalk up their second win in a row poured out and milled around the
ovekr theraguenleade rsmi infield until Umpires Lee Ballanfant,
All hands, iocuding the 5,484 cus- Al Barlick and Babe Pinelli restored
All and, inludng te 5484 us-order,
tomers, felt they were sitting on a Inde
powder keg most of the afternoon- scene ccurred hinniSalvo shimilar
and on several occasions the fuse was something to Wyatt as the former
all lit and ready to go. As a matter walked to first base after being
of fact, the umpires twice had to struck. Whatever the Bees' elbower
break up promising free-for-alls be- said, it made Wyatt detour in his di-
tween the two clubs, just as players rection, but Umpire Barlick got be-
were charging at each other with tween them and there was no trouble,
what could hardly be, construed as although players of both teams were
friendly intentions for a get-to-
gether. on the field.
Two Hit Wyatt Dusts Salvo
Onlytonbasmy Twerei hi u
Only two batsmen were hit but Wyatt pitched close to Salo in' the
there were any number of "near third inning and to Max West in the
misses. Wyatt brushed Salvo's uni- fourth. In the fifth, Wyatt had to
form with one of his slants in the dodge to avoid being struck by a
seventh inning. In the eighth, there pitched ball, and from there on the
was no doubt when one of Salvo's game developed into a "throwing"
shoots plunked against Wyatt. The contest.
Dodger elbower was so peeved about Wyatt threw four straight "dust-
it, he hurled his bat out toward the ers" to West in the sixth. Tommy
mound, but his aim wasn't as good Holmes and Al Roberge of the Braves

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Sets 440 Mark
Takes More Than Second
lFroti Medica Record
By The Associated Press
NEW LONDON, Conn., Aug. $.-
Broad-shouldered, 17-year-old Billy
Smith. Ohio State freshman from
Maui, Hawaii, power-stroked his way
today to a world record in the 440-
yard free style race, a feature of the
National A.A.U. Men's Outdoor
Swimming Championships at Ocean
Beach Park's Olympic Pool.
The 190-pound Hawaiian school-
boy, defending his title, sped through
the green water in four minutes, 39.6
seconds, slashing more than a second,
off the international standard re-
corded eight years ago by Jack Med-
ica of the University of Washington.
The tanned, husky Smith finished
20 feet in front of his buddy. Keo
Nakama of Ohio State, and left the
rest of the field far out of the pic-
ture.

CcmninesSought ForArmy Wor1
NEW YORK, Aug. 8.-OP)-Man, some to the Navy and Coast Guar

harassed by his own kind, seeks once
again his most faithful friend, the
dog.
Uncle Sam is whistling for 125,000
dogs for the armed forces-not as
mascots for soldiers and sailors but
for the help the dogs can give in the
war effort.
Any canine volunthers will find it
a dog's life. They'll have to stand
watch, do a lot of guard work, maybe
flush the enemy from cover. About
the only advantage over a sentry's
job is that Rover won't have to learn
the manual of arms.
His master's voice may be the bark
of a top sergeant or a petty officer.
Although the Army Quartermaster
General has charge of the recruiting
and training of the new canine corps,
the Army has promised to allocate

Of course,.Rover will have to pass
certain tests. The Army says he must
be at least 18 inches in height at the
shoulder. There's no discrimination
against the cherished American
mutt. Just so he's "of suitable type
and temperament, "says the army.
The temperament qualification
means the dog must not be shy of
noise or storms. Age limits are one
to five years, except in cases of indi-
vidual dogs of known ability.
The Army has set up a reception
and training center for the canine
corps at Front Royal Quartermaster
Depot, Va. At present, however, ap-
plications for enlistment are to be
made through Dogs for Defense, Inc.,
22 East 60th Street, New York City,
or its regional directors elsewhere in
the country.

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also were "dusted off," while Joe
Medwick and Johnny Rizzo of the
Dodgers received similar treatment.
Sisti scored both the Braves' runs.
He walked in the fifth and went
around on Roberge's single and Sal-
vo's fly, and he tallied in the seventh
after singlingand moving along on
a hit batsman and Holmes' single.
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St. Louis...........401 001 00x-6
White, Manders, Wilson and Teb-
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Philadelphia 001 100 110-4 13 0
New York . 312 002 00x-8 10 3
Marchildon and Swift; Chandler
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Brooklyn ...........000 000 000-0
Boston ............ 000 010 10x-2
Wyatt and Owen; Salvo and Lom-
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St. Louis .000 210 110 000 000 0-5
Pittsburgh 032 000 000 000 000 0-5
M. Cooper, Krist, Gumbert, Dick-
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Esther Williams. the swimming
champion who's now in the movies
playing Mickey Rooney's girl
friend, discovered collecting auto-
graphs from Hollywood movie stars
is easy if you go about it the right
way. She obtained this prize col-
lection on a white satin bathing
suit as a souvenir to show her
swimming pals outside the studio.
Associated Press
Sport Shots
Army-Redskin Duel
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 8. - Maj.
Wallace Wade of the U.S. Army has
a difficult task before him. Between
now and Aug. 30 he has to select and
train a squad of football players,
most of whom he has never seen be-
fore, to play the perfectly-condi-
tioned, well organized Washington
Redskins.
This game, pitting an all-star ag-
gregation recruited from the ranks
of the U.S. Army against Sammy
Baugh and his Redskin mates, is the
initial battle between Army-manned
elevens and other clubs of the pow-
erful National Pro League circuit.
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Alsab Out Of Money
CHICAGO, Aug. 8.-Alsab, the cel-
ebrated $700 bargain horse, making
his first start since running second
to Shut Out in the $53,000 Belmont
Stakes on June 6, ran out of the
money in a $2,500 six furlong handi-
cap at Washington Park today.
Wood Wins Again
TORONTO, Aug. 8.-Craig Wood,
United States Open champion, won
the Canadian Open golf title today
by shooting a par 72 in the final
round for a 72-hole score of 275-13
strokes under par for the distance.
Wood, who started the day tied for
the lead with Ralph Guldahl of San-
ta Fe, Calif., at 135, shot a four-be-
low par 68 in the morning round but
concentrated entirely on "safe" shots
during the afternoon.
The new champion fired a 66 over
the Mississauga Club course in the
first round Thursday and then came
back with a 69 on Friday.
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Patty Wins Net Title
CULVER, IND., Aug. 8.-Captur-
ing one championship and sharing
another in a single day, Budge Patty,
18-year-old Los Angeles youth. today
became the National Junior Singles
Champion for the second straight
year as the National Junior and
Boys' Tennis Tournament ended.
Patty defeated Tom Falkenburg of
Hollywood, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, in the
junior singles finals.
In the doubles finals Patty teamed
with Bob Falkenburg, also of Holly-
wood, to annex the championship by
overcoming Tom Falkenburg, Bob's
brother, and Arthur MicDonald of
San Gabriel, Calif. The score was 6-3,
6-4, 6-4.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Brooklyn ....,
St. Louis .....
Cincinnati ...
New York ....
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Boston .......
Philadelphia.

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... 63
... 56
56
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49
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65
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Boston 2, Brooklyn 0
Cincinnati 2-0, Chicago 1-3
New York at Philadelphia, wea-
ther.
St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 5 (game
called at end of eixteenth in-
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W
New York ......71
Cleveland .......60
Boston .........59
St. Louis .......56
Detroit......... 51
Chicago ........ 46
Washington .... 43
Philadelphia ... 43,

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221/2
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Saturday's Results
St. Louis 6, Detroit 4
New York 8, Philadelphia 4
Boston at Washington postponed
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