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THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1942

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAJOR LE AGU E STANDINGS:
Boston Red Sox Sweep Two;
Auker Shuts Out Tigers, 12-0

From Associated Press Summaries
By HALE CHAMPION
It shouldn't be necessary to point
out every day that those soclgers from
Boston are really rolling over the
rest of the junior circuit, so we'll
just skip their double win over the
Washington ;Senators yesterday.
Instead let us consider the sad
plight of the trade that was a mis-
take--the skeleton in every ball club's
closet.
' It was the Detroit Tigers that suf-
fered from their own trading adroit-
ness yesterday. Eldon Auker, the
U-boat chucker now with the St.
Louis Browns, torpedoed his former
teammates 12-0 and became the first
pitcher in the American League to
chalk up 10 wins.
He has lost only six while playing
for a team that is strictly second
division, and you can see the reason
that Zeller, Baker and Co. would like
to see the submariner back in a De-
troit uniform.
Whit9 Chalks Up One
ST. LOUIS, July 1-Ernie White,
last year's freshman star of the
Cardinals who has had difficulty
getting started this season, blanked
Frankie Frisch's Pittsburgh Pirates,
4 to 0, on six hits today as the Cards
clipped a half game off the lead
of the idle Brooklyn Dodgers.
Pittsburgh .... 000 000 000-0 6 0
at St. Louis . 002 100 Olx-4 10 1
Heintzelman, Wilkie 7 and Lopez;
White and W. Cooper.
Seven Did It
CHICAGO, July 1.-The first sev-
en Cleveland batters that faced Or-
val Grove, Chicago White Sox fresh-
man hurler, in the first inning today
scored to give Al Smith more than
the margin he needed for his sev-
enth victory, 7 to 2. It was the In-
dians' third straight triumph in the
series. 1
Cleveland.......700 000 000-7 8. 0
at Chicago . . 000 000 002-2 7 1
A. Smith and Hegan; Grove, Wadei
1 and Turner.
Browns' Take One
DETROIT, July 1.-Five-hit pit-1
ching by Elden Auker, coupled with
a 14-hit attack topped by homers by
George McQuinn and Mike C artak,
gave the St. Louis Browns a l2to 0
victory over the Detroit Tigers in a

twilight game today.
St. Louis . 101 231 121-12 14 0
at Detroit t,... 000 000 000- 0 5 0
Auker and Hayes; White, Manders
5 and Tebbetts.
Bosox Win Again'
BOSTON, July 1.-The Boston Red
Sox made it four straight over the
hapless Washington Senators today,
sweeping both ends of a twin bill. for
the second time in as many days.
Ken Chase, aided by Yank Terry,
defeated his old teammates, 3-2, in
the opener. In the nightcap, Job Dob-
son coasted to a 1-1 decision, limit-
ing the Senators to five hits. Ted
Williams was replaced by Pete Fox
in the fifth inning of the nightcap
after the crowd started to ride him.
Washington .. 100 001 000-2 5 0
at Boston .... 000 101 10x-3 10 0
Newsom and Evans; Chase, Terry
7 and Conroy.
Washington .. 000 000 010-1 5 0
at Boston .... 001 040 20x-7 10 0
Wilson Scarborough .6, Carras-
quel 8 and Early; Dobson and tPea-
cock.
In The Majors
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Today's News
OnCampus...
Education Lecture
"The Challenge of Post-War Edu-
cation" will be discussed by Dr. Ha-
bib Kurani of the Harvard graduate
school in the third of a series of lec-
tures sponsored by the School of Ed-
ucation at 4:05 pm. today at the
University High School auditorium.
Replacing Dr. Margaret Bell, the
originally scheduled speaker who is
unable to be present, Dr. Habib is on
his way to Johns Hopkins, where he
wil teach at the summer session.
He visited the United States in 193P.
on a leave of absence from Beirut,
the American university in Beirut,
and has been unable to return be-.
cause of the war.
The lecture, as all those in the
course, is open to the public.
Quartermaster Corps Open
Qualified juniors who have com-
pleted basic ROTC training and who
desire to continue in the advanced
will be offered the opportunity to
join the Quartermaster Corps, mili-
tary.science officials announced yes-
terday.
*Those interested in enrolling in
the Quartermaster Corps should see
officialshas soon as possible since al1
course changes must be made by Sat-
urday.
Signal Corps head Major Vollrath
also announced the opening of a new
code practice class to be held four
nights a week from 7 to 8 p.m. Both
men and women are welcome to join
the class, which will not be given for
credit and for which no fees will be
necessary. Students interested are
asked to see Major Vollrath any time
throughout the day at his office, 301
West Engineering Annex.
Auto-Sharing Plan
To legions of foot- and thumb-
weary students of both the Summer
Term and Session, the new auto-
sharing plan of the just-created
Michigan Union Travel Board prom-
ises to be real aid in overcoming
the transportation problems of this
war-afflicted life.
Under the direction of David F.
Striffler, '44, the Board will register
both passengers and drivers between
3 artd 5 p.m. at the student offices of
the Union. Membership cards will
be issued which will entitle passen-
,gers to ride with registered drivers
to Detroit and other nearby points of
the campus compass.

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tute employment hazards to them-
selves or dangers to their fellow em-
ployees.
Michigan Civil Service
Planning Technician I, salary $155
per month, July 24, 1942.
Planning Technician II, salary $200
per month, July 24, 1942.
Child Guidance Clinic Director,
salary, $460 per month. Residence
in Michigan not required, July 24,
1942.
Graphotype Operator C, salary
$100 per month, July 15, 1942.
Obstetrician V, salary $400 per
month, July 5, 1942.
Obstetrician VII, salary, $650 per
month, July 5, 1942.
Typist Clerk B, salary, $115 per
month, July 24, 1942.
Stenographer Clerk, salary $115
per month, July 24, 1942.
Typist Clerk C, salary, $100 per
month, applications may be filed at
any time. Examination will be given
when existing register becomes in-
adequate.
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information.
Summer Session Choral Groups:
Students from all the schools of the
University are eligible for member-
ship in the Choirs of the Summer
Session. Those who have had choral
experience are invited to apply for
membership in either the A Cappella
Choir or the Summer Festival Choir.
The A Cappella Choir will be limited.
in its membership to those people
possessing sound musicianship and
above the average vocal ability. This
group will hold daily rehearsals in
the auditorium of LanerHall at 1:00
p.m. The Festival Choir will be con-
sidered more of a general chorus; no
great amount of experience is neces-
sary for membership in this group.
The Festival Choir will rehearse
Tuesdays and Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
in the School of Music Auditorium.
All rehearsals for the Summer Choirs
will be one hour in duration. No fee
is required for membership. Both
groups will prepare for a public ap-
pearance during the session.
The A Cappella Choir is now hold-
ing rehearsals. The first meeting of
the Festival Choir will be Thursday,
July 2.
Apply for membership with May-

nard Klein, office in Lane Hall. If
impossible to come for tryout before
scheduled rehearsal, come to the re-
hearsal and the director will give you
the necessary tryout after the meet-
ing. Maynard Klein.
Old Paint Brushes: Bristles are
essential in the manufacture of uni-
forms for our fighting men for card-
ing of wool. A Collection Center has
been established in the Storehouse
Building for old paint brushes, pro-
vided they are 2 inches or more in
width and have bristles 212 inches in
length. The brushes can be rock-
hard with old paint and still be
used.
Any department or any individual
having such brushes to dispose of
will be doing our Country a service
by seeing that they reach the Col-
lection Center, either by bringing
them down or by turning them over
to the janitors in the various build-
ings who will see that they reach the
proper destination.
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent
Buildings & Grounds Department
Notice to Property Owners: If you
have purchased improved property
on a land contract and owe a bal-
ance in the proximity of 60 per cent
of the value of the property, the In-
vestment Office, 100 South Wing of
University Hall, would be glad to dis-
cuss the possibilities of refinancing
your contract through the medium
of a mortgage. There are advan-
tages to be had in this manner of
financing.
Professor Slosson will speak on
"The Seeds of War," Thursday at
7:15 in the Michigan League.
Patricia. McGraw.
Inter-Guild Luncheon will be held
Friday at 12:15 in the Fireplace
Room of Lane Hall. '°-This is the first
meeting of our new day. All those
interested in the campus guilds are
invited to attend. The cost is 15
Shove, Lady, Don't Pull
COLUMBUS, 0., July 1.---VP)-A
saleslady employed by a department
store filed application for the pay-
ment of medical fees for a sprained
wrist. According to her application,
the injury was sustained while "pall-
ing a non-open latex girdle on a.cus-
tomer."

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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New York .......47
Boston .........44
Cleveland.......42
Detroit .........41
St. Louis .......34
Chic'ago .........30
Philadelphia ... 31
Washington .... 26
Wednesday's

24 .662
27 .620
33 .560
36 .532
39 .466
40 .420
48 .392
?48 .351
Results

3
7
9
14
16%/
20
221/

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Cleveland 7, Chicago 2
Boston 3-7, Washington 2-1
St. Iouis 12, Detroit 0
Philadelphia 5, New York 4
* * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE

W
Brooklyn .......48
St. Louis........39
Cincinnati .......39
New York...... -37
Chicago .........37
Pittsburgh.......32
Boston......33
Philadelphia'.... 19
Wednesday's

L Pet.
20 .706
27 .591
33 542
35 .514
38 493
37 6
43 .439
51 .271
Results

GB
8
11
13
14%/
161/2
1.9
291/

St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 0
Boston at Brooklyn, weather
Chicago 5, Cincinnati 2
Only games scheduled.

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