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THWE MI ICHIGAN DAILY

Welles Wants
Cooling Period,
Following War
Tells Rally Rational Peace
Can Only Be Achieved
After Transitional Era
BALTIMORE, June 17.-(P)-
Sumner Welles, Undersecretary of
State, advocated tonight a cooling-
off period after the war before final'
peace terms are made.
In an address prepared for a
United Nations Rally, Welles re-
called the "tragic experiences" which
humanity underwent after the last
War, stressed that cooperation was
no less essential in maintaining
peace than in winning the war, and
declared:
"The final terms of the peace
should wait until the immediate
tasks of the transition period after
the defeat of the Axis Powers hake
been completed by the United Na-
tions, and until the final judgments
can be coolly and rationally ren-
dered."
Asserting that organization for
preserving a sound peace should go
hand in hand with the \var, Welles
pointed to the master lend-lease
agreements thus far reached with
Great Britain, China, Russia and
Belgium, pledging freer international
trade after the war, as a possible
basis of economic recuperation of
the world.
"Thus, in effect," he said, "five
of the world's great nations have
become partners, .with full equality
of status, in a new world under-
standing-an economic understand-
ing, open to the participation of all
other nations of like mind-and eco-
nomic understanding which may well
become the nucleus of a United Na-
tions organization for the relief and1
economic reconstruction of the post-
war world."
Welles said that during the trans-
ition between the end of the war
and the final conclusion of peace1
there would be a vital need for such
an organization because:1
"Millions of the world's peoplesc
will be homeless; in Europe and ini
#Asia transportation systems will bet
ruined, production facilities de-1
stroyed, farms laid waste, cities dev-i
astated.s

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL:
Harris Knocks In Winning Run
As Tigers Shut Out Yanks,1-0

DETROIT, June 17.--OP)-With
the bases loaded and two out in the
ninth inning, rookie Ned Harris
smashed a single to center field to-
day to give the Detroit Tigers a 1 to 0
victory over the world champion New
York Yankees and a 2 to 1 edge in
the series that ends tomorrow.
Harris, providing a dramatic end-
ing to a tight pitching duel by driv-
ing Billy Hitchcock across the plate,
gave Paul (Dizzy) Trout his first
victory since May 1 and his fourth
of the seasoh against six defeats.
Victim of the clutch blow was Mar-
vin Breuer, who for eight innings
had limited Detroit to three singles.
'New York ....000 000 000-0 5 1
at Detroit ... .000 000 001-1 6 1
Breuer and Dickey; Trout and Teb-
betts.
A's Dotn Chisox, 4-3
CHICAGO, June 17.-(P)-Pitching
five-hit ball, Phil Marchildon, Phil-
adelphia Athletics right-hander, end-
ed his five-game losing streak by
beating the Chicago White Sox, 4 to
3 today. The victory restored the A's
to sixth place.
Philadelphia ..100 210 000-4 9 0
at Chicago. ..,.200 000 010-3 5 0
DAILY OFfICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
planning to attend must sign up and
pay the fee in Office 15, Barbour
Gymnasium as soon as possible and
not later than Friday noon.
Dept. of Physical Education
for Women.
On Thursday, June 25, there will
be a banquet in honor of the Univer-
sity of Michigan General Hospital
No. 298 at 7:00 p.m. in the University
of Michigan Union Ballroom. All
members of the Medical faculty and
their wives and other friends of the
personnel of the unit are cordially
invited to attend. Banquet tickets
are available at the Galen news
stand and at the office of Dr. A. C.
Kerlikowske, University Hospital, and
at the office of Dean A. C. Fursten-
berg, West Medical Building.
The following course is being of-
fered during the Summer Term:
Metal Processing , Welding. 2 hours
credit, hours to be arranged with
Professor Spindler, 2044 East En-
gineering Building.
Prof. W. A. Spindler.
Physical Education-Women -t
dents: All physical education classes
are open. Register in Office 15,
Barbour Gymnasium. No late regis-
tration fee.
Dept. of Phys. Educ. for Women
Senior group in the program for
Honors in Liberal Arts will meet on
Saturday, June 20, at 2:00 in Room
118 Haven Hall.
P. A. Throop

Marchildon and Swift; Humphries,
Haynes and Tresh.
Browns Nip Bosox, 6-3
ST. LOUIS, June 17.-(P)-The
Browns beat the Boston Red Sox
today, 6 to 3, snapping the Sox win-
ning streak at nine and their own
series of consecutive losses at seven.
Boston...... 000 011 100-3 6 1
at St. Louis ...201 012 00x--6 10 1
Butland, Terry 4, Dobson 7, and
Conroy; Auker and Hayes.
Cais Take 7th Straight
NEW YORK, June 17.-(UP)-Big
Mort Cooper held the New York Gi-
ants hitless for six innings today and
even though he was touched for five
in the closing frames he had little
trotible steering the St. Louis Cardi-
nals to their seventh straight tri-
umph by a 3 to 0 count.
St. Louis.....010 000 020-3 9 1
at New York . .000 000 000--0 5 2
BuMns Beat Cubs, 5-1
BROOKLYN, June 17.-(P)--Kirby
Higbe pitched four-hit ball today to
subdue the Chicago Cubs,, 5 to 1, for
the Brooklyn Dodgers, who were held
to seven safeties but made the most
of their hits. Dolph Camilli hit his
tenth homer with one on and Arky
Vaughan tripled with two on. Rip
Russell homered for Chicago.
Chicago ...... 010 000 000-1 4 0
at Brooklyn . .002 000 12x-5 7 0
Reds Take Twin 111
BOSTON, June 17.-(P)-Racking
up three consecutive hits after two
were out in the eleventh inning, the
Cincinnati Reds defeated the Boston
Braves 4 to 3 today to sweep a dou-
bleheader. The visitors won the first
game 4 to 2.
(First Game)

Admiral Tells
Of Huge Jap
ShipLosses
Nimitz Says Destruction
Of Enemy Personnel
Greatly Exceeds U.S.
ABOARD A FIGHTING SHIP,
Pearl Harbor, June 17.-Pfr-Admiral
Chester W. Nimitz, Commander-in-
Chief of the Pacific Fleet, said to-
day Japanese personnel losses in the
Coral Sea and Midway battles were
at least 10 times greater than those
of the United States and that enemy
plane losses were in the same pro-
pprtion.
The Admiral, whose masterful
strategy set the stage for one of the
world's greatest naval battles and
utterly destroyed a formidable Jap-
anese plan to occupy the Hawaiian
Islands, asserted in an address to the
Fleet that air power "has taken the
leading role in fleet engagements
of the war in the Pacific and will
continue to do so as the war progres-
ses."
In an emotion stirring scene aboard
his fighting ship, he assured:
"We are greatly increasing our
fighting strength. Our ships, planes
and pilots are being added in con-
stantly increasing numbers. It soon
will be possible to organize addition-
al (aircraft) carrier groups." Until
that time, the Admiral asked the
veterans of the battles recently
passed "to hold the line until our re-
inforcements are ready to take over."
(Only yesterday, in Washington,
Chairman Vinson of the House Naval
Committee disclosed that work was
being deferred temporarily on "four
or five battleships in order to con-
centrate on carriers." New legisla-
tion to augment the naval forces
lays emphasis on carriers, cruisers
and destroyers.)
Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE.

Cincinnati
at Boston
Derringer
Hutchings
Klutz.

....200 101 000-4 6 21
....000 200 000-2 7 0
r and Lamanno; Early,
(5), Donovan (6) and

TO DAY'S

ScooP

Flat Scoop
50 Old Gold
Cigarettes
25C

(Second Game)
Cincinnati .000 002 000 02-4 9 1
at Boston .020 000 000 01-3 10 1
Starr and Hemsley; Tobin and
Mast.
Pirates Doon Phils
PHILADELPHIA, June 17.-(IP)-
Pittsburgh's Pirates shelled two Phil-
adelphia pitchers at will tonight to
lambast the Phils 6-1 before a mea-
ger crowd of 1,500 in a night game.
Pittsburgh .. ..000 030 300-6 10 0
Philadelphia . .001 000 000-1 9 2
Trjbe Wins, 5-4
CLEVELAND, June 17.-(k)-Ken-
ny Keltner's single in the seventh
inning tonight drove in the tying
and winning runs as the Cleveland
Indians beat the Washington Sena-
tors 5 to 4. It was the Indians' sev-
enth victory over Washington .in
eight starts.
Washington . .013 000 000-4 10 0'
at Cleveland . .000 101 30x-5 9 0

W
New York .......42
Boston .........33
Cleveland .......32
Petroit .........33
St. Louis........29
Philadelphia ....26
Chicago ........2V
Washington.....22

L
15
24
28
31
33
38
34
37

Pet.
.737
.579
.533
.516
.468
.406
.404
.373

Wednesday's Results
Detroit 1, New York 0
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3
St. Louis 6, Boston 3
Cleveland 5, Washington 4
N
Thursday's Games
New York at Detroit
Washington at Cleveland
Boston at St.Louis
Philadelphia at Chicago
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE

GB
9
111/2
121/2
151/2
191/2
19
16%

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MARSHALL'S

W
Brooklyn .......39
St. Louis ........34
Cincinnati......32
New York .......30
Chicago ........29
Pittsburgh ......28
Boston .........27
Philadelphia ....17
Wednesday's
St. Louis 3, New

L
16
20
27
30
32
31
38
42

Pet.
.709
.630
.542
.500
.475
.475
.415
.288

GB
4/2
9
11%
13
13
17
24

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Results
York 0

Brooklyn 5, Chicago 1
Cincinnati 4-4, Boston 2-3 (Sec-
ond game 11 innings)
Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 1
Thursday's Games
St. Louis at .Brooklyn
Only game scheduled

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