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FRIDAY, JUL1Y 10, 194Z

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JFC Announces New
Red Cross Blood Drive
Urging every fraternity to cooper-
ate in the war effort, the IFC yester-
day announced a new Red Cross blood
donation drive.
This drive will cover all fraternity
houses, and Chairmen Jack Wiese,
'44, and Jack Hooper, '44BAd, em-
phasized that this is one of the many
ways in which Greek letter societies
can help win the war.
Full particulars and forms have
already been mailed to house presi-
dents.

Fortune Teller From Ethiopia
To Be At League Dance Tonight

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Union Season
To Be Opened
By Lk-Lifter'
The first dance at the Union this
summer will get a brass send-off at
9 p.m. today in the ballroom.
Clark McClellan and his "Hot-and-
Sweet" jivers will furnish the music.
Sweet Shirlie Sherie, snappy song
stylist, will vocalize and the maestro
himself will knock out a few special-
ly-arranged tunes on his vibra-harp.
This dance.is called the "Lid-Lift-
er" for good reason. First, it does
what it says on the Union's dancing
program. Second, the big ballroom
will be air-cooled. Third, McClellan
and His Boys will do their best to
blast the roof off the building.
There are 600 coeds attending the
regular third-term this summer. And
there are almost 3,000 escorts. Put
them together and you have Michi-,
gan's old 5-1 combination. So it
should be easy to persuade the littlet
lady that you're the one for the
night.
The little number that ratesdA-i
with all the I-Aers now in the draft
-"Tangerine"-will feature an un-
usual introduction by the drummer.
Other sure-fire dance-floor hits that
will put the shuffle in your shoes
are: "Don't Sit Under the Apple
Tree," "Marie," "You Are Every-
thing" and "Babushka" from the
picture of the same name.
Major League Standings_
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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New York .......51 26 .662

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HEARTED CITIZEN

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.MADAME ESAHC NOSSOLS-IRTATLED
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Following a perilous trip from the
wilds of Ethiopia (including an air
view of war-torn Brooklyn), Madame
Esahc Nossols-Irtatled, a spirituagist
and fortune-teller, is pictured above
as she left her airplane after landing
at the Ann Arbor airport last night.
Madame Nossols-Irtatled will be
guest artist at "Star Gazing," in-
formal dance to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight tonight in the League
ballroom, telling fortunes, free of
charge for, anyone attending the
dance.
The Madame contacts the tran-
scendent world without the aid of a
crystal ball or Ouija board.
Doc Sprachlin, now fronting the
Hardy band, has promised medleys of
"star" songs especially suited to the

atmosphere. Within the band will
be other newcomers-Tommy Snyder
on the sax and Louis Hurd on the
ivories. Musical feature, of the eve-
ning will be the porformance of the
Dixieland Band, made up of six
members of the large band-Hurd,
piano; Snyder, sax; Charlie Good-
ell, trumpet; Bill Henline, trombone;
Frosh Deedier, bass, and Don White-
head, drums.
Hostesses for the affair will be Kay
Joels, Chloe Heipsch, Anne Robinson,
Jean Brumm, Betty Churchill, Jane
Kern, Jo Clancy, Marilynn Vogel,
Dorothy Vogel, Gretta Schneirla,
Ginny Rock, Kathleen Allaire, Merry
Heffernan, Dorothy Johnson, Hen-
rietta Adams, Helen Hazy. Th4y will
be identified by the stars in their
hair.

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Cleveland ......
Detroit.........
St. Louis .......
Chicago .......
Philadelphia ...
Washington,.. .

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Post-War Era
Economics Is
Council Topic
Discussion Suggests Use
Of Technological Skill
In Establishing Peace
"Post-war economics will require
the use of our technological skill for
the benefit of all, led by a bureauc-
racy in this country."
This was one of the outstanding
points presented at the Post-War
Council last night which featured
Professor John Brumm, head of the
journalism department, and William
Muehl, '44L.
Other phases of the topic "Revo-
lution, Evolution and Peace," which
were emphasized, were the m'ajor im-
portance of economic questions both
at present and in the peace solu-
tions and the possibility of setting
up certain spheres of economic in-
terest in Europe.
Preserve Home Front
The necessity of preserving the
home front as a 6ecent place in
which to live and the setting up of a
government of bureaus consisting of
authorities in various fields were
brought up by Prof. Brumm.
He stated that the main problems
after the war will be the cessation of
laissez-faire replaced by planned
economy both at home and abroad,
the repudiation of completely sover-
eign small nations, the bringing of
political forms up to date, and a for-
ward movement with accelerated
technology.
Wars For Bread
Muehl stated that regardless of
who wins the war civilization will go
on. He maintained that wars are
fought for bread, and that, there-
fore, a dictator who feeds his people
well will be successful, while a de-
mocracy that fails to do that will
collapse.
Denying the existence of moral
ideals in international relations, he
said that brutal disregard of senti-
mental nonsense is necessary if we
are to have peace.
Several States Send
Students To Annual
Band Clinic Here
High School students from Michi-
gan, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania
and West Virginia are enrolled in
thetseventh annual band clinic spon-
sored by the University School of
Music. W. D. Revelli is directing
the educational program. Daily band
rehearsals, courses in theory, drum
majoring, baton twirling, ensembles
and private lessons will be conducted.
Including selections from Handel,
Bach and' Fitzgerald the first band
concert will be 4:15 p.m. Sunday at
Hill Auditorium. Guest conductors
will be Mac E. Carr, River Rouge
High School and Cleo Fox, Kalama-
zoo High School.
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By HALE CHAMPION
From Associated Press Summaries
Contrary to the cynical remarks
of baseball men the country over,
this corner regards the pennant race
in the American League as far from
settled. The minute the Yanks win
a game, scribes say they're back in
form.
They won another yesterday-from
the St. Louis Browns, 5-3-and the
same old cry was raised. But Borowy
had to be relieved for the second
time in a row, and on the whole the
World Champs were no world-beat-
ers. The Red Sox won too, and
from a tough Detroit club. We like
'em to win top honors- -at 6-1. You
take tue 6.
Detroit .........000 001 000 00-1
Boston ..........000 100 000 01---2
Newhouser and Tebbetts; Wagner
and Conroy.
St. Louis .......... 000 001 010-2
New York ........... 000 300 11x-5
Auker, Sundra, Caster and Hayes;
Borowy, Murphy and Rosar.
Cleveland .... 200 000 000-2 5 0
at Philadelphia 100 201 01x-5 10 0
Dean, Heving 8 and Hegan; Mar-
childon and Swift.
Chicago..... ..300 001 000-4 8 0
at Washington .. 101 000 000-2 5 1
Humphries and Turner; Masterson
and Early.
Brooklyn .... 120 000 000-3 6 2
at Cincinnati .. 010 000 010-2 5 1
Wyatt and Owen; Vander Meer,
Riddle 2, Shoun 9 and Hemsley.
Boston .. 002 000 010 000 1-4 10 2
Chicago 000 000 201 000 0-3 13 2
Javery, Sain 9, Tost 12 and Lom-
bardi; Olsen, Mooty 9 and McCul-
lough, Hernandez (9).
Philadelphia ... . .000 000 000-0 5 1
at Pittsburgh .. 000 000 18x-9 9 2

Thursday's Results'
Boston 2, Detroit 1 (11 innings)
New York 5, St. Louis 2
Philadelphia 5, Cleveland 2
Chicago 4, Washington 2
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New York ......
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LOST and FOUND
LADY'S navy blue patent leather
fitted purse. Containing identifica,-
tion, currency and travelers checks.
Lost on Cedar Bend Drive or Clo-
yerleaf Dairy on Broadway. Re-
ward. Return to Mrs. Harryman,
West Quadrangle.
ROOM and BOARD
BOARD OFFERED by Kappa Sigma.
fraternity. Good meals at $1.00
per day. Inquire at 806 Hill or
phone 4850. 7

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FOR RENT
STUDENT or Business Man to share
nicely furnished apartment near
campus. 607 Hill, call 2-3952.
HHELP WANTED
STUDENT WANTED to work for
room. Call 719 Tappan. 10
MALE or FEMALE for soda fountain.
Evenings. Grattont Drug, State at
Packard. Phone 4344. Ile
WOMAN to take charge of small
apartment and 2 children for em-
ployed parent. Live out. Call
2-3998 after 7:30 p.m. 9
Registered Nurses Attention: Your
services are very much needed for
full time and part time duty. Come
in and talk it over with us. Com-
munity Nursing Bureau. Beatrice
A. Hoban, Registrar. 401 Thomp-
son, 6515. 9c
LAUNDERING
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 2c
MISCELLANEOUS
LADIES, have you had your feather
permanent as yet? They are so
cool, lovely, and easy to manage.
Open Thursday and Friday eve-
nings for your convenience. Blue-
bird Hair Shoppe, 5 Nickels Ar-
cade. 9616. 12c

Blue Front AB
Crocker, cf, 3b .. 3
Sprentall, rf .... 2
Colvin, rf .. ..... 1
Walterhouse, lb .,. 2
McBride, If......2
Davis, S., if .......1
Bauer, B., p ...... 3
Bauer, E.. c .... 1
Davis, B., c .......0
Royce, 2b ........2
Abbott, ss ........2
Monachie, cf.... 0
Connors, 3b......1
Rupas, 3b, ss .... 1
Totals .......21

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Thursday's Results
Boston 4, Chicago 3
Brooklyn 3, Cincinnati 2
Pittsburgh 9, Philadelphia 0
St. Louis 9, New York 0

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Higgins, 2b,
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Wikel, ss .
Lund, cf ..
Chappius, c
Vernier, lb
Smith, 3b

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RAYON BLOUSES, White
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Brown, if ......
Trowbridge, If....
Bodycombe, p .
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Blue Front ......
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Number ] of a Series

Appearing Each Friday:

"The Story of The Allenel's Food"

QUESTION:

What is the meaning of:

i U.S. Gov't. Branded Prime Beef?"

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The More "Axis-Crushers" Our Arify Wilf 'Have
AMERICA must produce 45,000 tanks this M(ake up youif mind right now to soive for
year! 60,00 planes! 20,000 antiaircraft guns! Defense Bonds-regularly. Set aside as muci
Altogether, 56 billion dolldrs worth of fighting as you can make every pay day Bond day!
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dollars saved for Defense Bonds and Stamps-- wb dt ray co . +(on Maturity
are needed and needed nowt a nD Uncle Sas 'oxi GET BAC
That's why every American man, womand 75 : $25-00
and child must put every dime and dollar not $37.50 $50.00
into auto tirfs but into automatic rifles-not into $7'5 r * * * $50.0
luxuries, but into tanks-not into spending for $37S.0 f $500.00
the pursuit of happiness, but into Defense Bonds
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An important part of America's job, your job; Whenu s orrity? Ten years; but you can cash the Bonds
this year is to spend less and save more-to in- at any time after 6o days from issue date. Naturally, the
longer you hold Bondsup to io years, the more money
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the U. S. Government guarantee your money, itt ,yfs-t e interst rate? When held to maturity,the Bonds
guarantees to give you $4 for every $3 you save yield 2.9 percent per year on your investment, com.
in Defense Bonds when you hold the Bonds to pounded semiannually-you get back $4 for every $3.
maturity! This is guaranteed by the United States Government.

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