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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1942

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS:
Cardinals' Victory Over Cubs Cuts
Brooklyn Margin To 6 1/2 Games

Crewless Navy Patrol Blimp Lands In California Street

By HALE CHAMPION
From Associated Press Summaries
Whatever else there is to say about
the St. Louis Cardinals, no one had
better deny that they have heart.
Some 11 games behind the high-
riding Brooklyn Dodgers a few days
ago. the Cards have charged to with-
in 6' games of the National League
leaders, and show no signs of letting
up.
Yesterday they smacked down their
old nemesis. leading pitched Claude
Passeau of the Chicago Cubs, while
Lefty Max Lanier hung up a nice 5-0
shutout.
Mhduch of the credit for this latest
St. Louis streak should go to two
players little reckoned with when the
season began. "Slats" Marion, a
gangling shortstop who has really
begun to powder the ball, and Lanier,
an effective lefthander against the
circuit's weaker clubs, have furnished
much of the spark for the Cardinal
drive.
Others who have played consis-
tently good ball are Stan Musial, a
much advertised rookie outfielder
who hits well consistently; Morton
Cooper, the right-handed ace of the
staff; and his brother Walker, who
has both hit and fielded well behind
the plate.
CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY
LAUNDERING
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 2c
REPLIES
THERE IS a reply in Box 8.
HELP WANTED
CARRIERS wanted to carry routes
for Michigan Daily this fall. Call
Duane Kenaga, 5627, evenings.
LOST and FOUND
ROUND, silver Ronson lighter lost
on campus. Reward. Call O'Brien,
2-2565. 40
LOST: Gold watch chain with Wal-
tham watch attached. Watch
bears initials F. M. G. Call 2-5611.
Reward. 41
TRANSPORTATION
WANTED: A ride to California. Will
share expenses and driving. , Call
Frantz, 4017.
WANTED
BOARD JOB WANTED. Call Bob
Champion, 2-310.1, after 6 p.m.

St. Louis 7, Chicago 0
St. Louis.....000 000 601-7 11 0
Chicago ......000 000 000-0 7 2
Galehouse and Hayes; Wade,
Haynes and G. Dickey.
* * *
Senators 2, A's 1
Philadelphia . .100 000 000-1 7 1
Washington ..000 001 10x-2 7 1
Marchildon and Swift, Wagner;'
Carrasquel and Early.
* * *
Boston 8, Yanks 7.
New York........400 00; 002 0-7
Boston ...........200 030 200 1-8
Borowy, Lindell, Murphy and
Dickey, Rosar; Newsome, Chase;
Judd, Brown and Peacock.
* * *
Phil s 3, Bums.
Brooklyn .....010 000 000-1 7 3
Philadelphia ..000 021 00x-3 9 0
Macon and Owen, Sullivan; Mel-
ton and Livingston.
* * *
Cards 5, Cubs 0
Chicago ......000 000 000-0 7 1
St. Louis .....202 100 00x-5 9 2
Passeau and Hernandez; Lanier
and W. Cooper.
* * *
Pirates 3, Reds 0
Pittsburgh .. .100 200 000-3 7 2
Cincinnati . . . .000 000 000-0 6 1
Lanning, Lakeinan and Phelps;
Walters, Shoun and West.
In The Majors
AMERICAN LEAGUE

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Cooperatives
Were Begun
10 Years Ago
All Work In Houses Done
liv Student Memhers
To Save Costs
The steadily growing cooperative
movement at Michigan had meager
beginnings indeed.
In the depth of the depression-
1932 -a number of boys hard-pressed
to make ends meet landed together
to fern what is now the Michigan
Cooperative House. They cooked
thei own focd and did all the work
I equired tonmaintain their house,
thuis barely managing to keep the
wolf from the door.
Rochdale Hause Second.
For five years they were the only
cooperative house on campus; then
in 1937 the Rochdale House was
founded. Soon a number of other
houses got under way, and by 1939
a need was felt for some sort of
inter-house cooperation for the pur-
pose of buying food and supplies in
greater quantities and consequently
more inexpensively.
Thus was born the Intercoopera-
tive Council. At the time of its
founding it represented six houses-
VA ou -for men . A ntofot rnomn, The

This Navy patrol blimp, buckled into a V shape, la nded crewless and out of control in a street in Daly
City, near San Francisco, Calif., and collapsed. Nava I authorities are searching for the two officers known
to have been aboard the craft.

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Games Wednesday
New York at Boston
Cleveland at Detroit
Phila. at Washington (night)
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L
Brooklyn. ....79 35
St. Louis........73 42
New York .......65 53
Cincinnati ......58 56
Pittsburgh. . .53 59
Chicago ........ 54 67
Boston .........48 71
Philadelphia ....32 79

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Michigan Military Men
By The Surge
Among the officers on duty at the task of winning their silver wings
Oklahoma City Air Depot is First are Cadet Thomas C. Brownfield,
Lieutenant George E. Smith, former- Marshall, Mich.; Cadet -Lloyd F.
ly of Lake Odessa, Mich., and grad- Clawson, Royal Oak: Cadet David L.
uate of the University of Michigan
School of Medicine. Claytor, Muskegon; Cadet Paul H.
Lieut. Smith is assistant post sur- Franklin, Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Cadet
geon; assigned to the station hos- James T. Grill, Owosso, Mich., and
pital at the Oklahoma City Depot. Cadet Sidney Keischagein, Brooklyn,
Designed to maintain and repair air- N.Y.
craft, as well as train air depot
groups, this depot is the newest of These cadets will undergo expertI
the Air Service Command's expand- military, physical and academic
ing facilities. training calculated to fit them for
* * * ,the task of learning in advanced
Another physician and graduate schools to fly our fighter planes
of the University's School of Medi- skillfully. Upon completion of their
tine is Captain Marion W. Hillman, pre-flight course at Maxwell Field
who is serving at the Wellston Air they will enter one of the many pri-
Depot, Wellston, "Ca. A physician mary flying schools in the South-
and surgeon, Captain Hillman re- east Army Air Forces Training Cen-
cently received his commission as ter for the first phase of the actual
captain in the Air Corps. He is a pilot trammg.
member of the Phi Chi medical fra- * *
ternity. One of eight Michigan men in the
* * * current classes of bombardiers and
From Camp Bowie, Texas, comes navigators at Ellington Field, Tex.,
the announcement that Major 0. M. is Aviation Cadet Lloyd V. Newman
PhilipofnFntorthaTex.,asrbeen.of Ann Arbor. He attended the Uni-
Phillips, of Ft. Worth, Tex., has been versity and was also assistant to the
promoted from the rank of captain accountant in the University College
at the Camp Bowie Station Hospital, f Che t
Major Phillips is a former instruc --__emi _ry
tor of medicine at the University.
* Colleges T ill Lose
Newly enrolled as aviation cadetse W l
in the huge Army Air Force Pre- Only Few Eligible
Flight School (pilot) at Maxwell .
Field, Ala., are six ex-students of the ridSt sTt
University.
Startkig on the long and difficult NEW YORK, Aug. 18.-(,P)-From
one angle, it appears that the only
Rowe, Dahigren Reftuse football coaches who can face the
To Join Montreal Team coming season with complete confi-
dence are those who have joined up
MONTREAL. Aug. 18.--(P)--Nego-
tiations have collapsed for the trans- with the armed forces and left their
fer of Schoolboy Rowe, veteran campus worries to, their assistants.
pitcher, and first baseman Babe But here and there, throughout
Dahlgren from the Brooklyn Dodg- the nation, there are a few coaches
ers to their Montreal farm in the who still can smile. They're the ones
International League, Montreal offi- whose colleges have strong ROTC
cials said today. units or whose players signed up un-
Club officials said they understood l.der the deferred classifications in
Rowe and Dahlgren said they were the services.
through with baseball for the season. An Associated Press survey today
In Brooklyn, President Larry Mac- revealed that, while virtually every
Phail of the Dodgers said that the major college has lost at least one or
players had been optioned to Mon- two eligible players to the Army,
treal and that it was Montreal's Navy or Marines, only a few squads
problem to bring them to terms. suffered serious damage.

ising shortstop

baseball team, was in eig]
with 45-40-85.
In the senior division)
Courtright, member of th
golf team last spring, shot
79, five strokes behind Lloy
who shot a 74 to win meda
ors. Dave Osler, also of th
sity golf team, took seven
with a 41-39-80, and Bob
pitcher on the summer ninc
teenth man with a 44-37-

Five University St
Enter Annual i
Five University students
incoming freshman quali
championship flights in th
city men's golf tournamen
day, with Dick Walterhous
the University contingent in
ior division, and William C
leading students in the seni
et.
Walterhouse, all-state
player who will enter the U
this fall, carded a 40-40
strokes behind Duncan No
junior division. Howard Wik

U' Men Qualify
.B.A f Tourne. M. ', rIU I

e [-Q #four for mnen and two for women. The
men's houses were Michigan, Roch-
r[&detils dale, Robert Owen and Congress, and
the women's houses, Alice Palmer
[Cet and Katherine Pickerill.
and one ICC Purchasing Agent.
ified for At the time of its founding the
3e annual ICC served only as a central purchas-
it yester- ing committee, but by now it has add-
e leadinged a number of other functions to
the jun- its agenda. It has committees for so-
"ourtright cial activity, sanitation and educa-
or brack- tion as well as a central accounting
set-up for all the houses.
At present the houses number ele-
football ven. Those which have started since
University 1939 include Abe Lincoln, Gabriel Ri-
-80, six chard, Stalker, Guild and Muriel Les-
ble in the ter. Altogether more than 1,000 stu-
gel, prom- dents have benefitted from the op-
summer's portunities of the co-ops. There were
hth place ' about 265 members during the last
school year, and it is expected there
William will be at least that many next
e varsity year.
a 41-38- The principles which formed the
yd Kubly, essence of the co-ops at their birth
alist hon- are still the outstanding characteris-
e Univer- tics now: a complete lack of racial,
ith place political or religious discrimination
b Saxton, in regard to membership and a com-
was fif- pletely democratic organization both
-81. in the individual houses and the ICC.

on this

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Games Wednesday
Boston at Brooklyn
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Chicago'at St. Louis (night)

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Yes . . . our airmen will have their para-
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