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THE MIHIGAN AILY

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PA(~E THREE

All-Star Nine
Is Polled for
Annual Clash
Circuit Managers Pick
8 Cards- for National
Team, Southworth Says
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, June 30.- A strong
National League All-Star squad,
dominated by eight of the world
champion St. Louis Cardinals, was
announced today for the 11th an-
nual clash with a picked team from
the American League at Philadel-
Phia Tuesday night, July 13.
The selections, made in a poll of
the eight managers of the senior cir-
cuit, were made public by Manager
Billy Southworth after a conference
with League President Ford Frick
and appeared to be as nearly free
from dispute as any team in the his-
tory of the "dream game," which
originated as a newspaper promo-
tion for the 1933 Chicago World's
Pair with fans doing the picking.
As announced by Southworth, who
will lead the team, the squad in-
cludes:
Pitchers- Morton Cooper, Maxl
Lanier and Howard Pollet, St. Louis;
Truett (Rip) Sewell, Pittsburgh;
(;'laude Passeau, Chicago; Johnny
'Vander Meer, Cincinnati; and Al
Javery, Boston.
Catchers- Walker- Cooper, St.
Louis; Mickey Owen, Brooklyn; and
Ernest Lombardi, New York.
)Infielders- Ellsw orrthr(Babe)
.ahlgren, Philadelphia; Frank Me-
Cormick, Lonnie Frey and Eddie
~Miller, Cincinnati; Martin Marion
and George Kurowski, St. Louis; Bil-
ly Herman, Brooklyn; and Stanley
,Jiack, Chicago.
Outfielders- Stan Musial - and
Harry Walker, St. Louis; Vince Di-
Maggio, Pittsburgh; Bill Nicholson,
Chicago; Mel Ott, New York; Fred
(Dixie) Walker and Augie Galan,
Brooklyn.
Batting Practice Pitchers - Si
Johnson, Philadelphia, and Clyde
~Shoun, Cincinnati.
Batting Practice Catcher- Virgil
(Spud) Davis, Pittsburgh.
Coaches-Mike Gonzales, St. Lou-
is, and Frank Frisch, Pittsburgh.

Hoover Caught In Hot Scoop

Detroit"'Tiger Joe Hoover, holding down the regular shortstop berth
in his first year and one of the Bengal's outstanding rookies, stopped
by the camera in the act of scooping up one of the numerous hot
grounders sent his way.
Tigers, Tie Wh iteSox
In l2 lnning Contest
13,700 Witnessed Game Called Short
Because of Darkness; Proceeds for NWRF

DETROIT, June 30.- (P)- The
twilight game today between the De-
troit Tigers and the Boston Red Sox
was called because of darkness after
12 innings with the score deadlocked
at 3-all. The Sox forged ahead, 3 to
, in the ninth on Bobby' Doerr's
homer with a teammate aboard and
a double by Eddie Lake scoring Babe
Barna, but the Tigers knotted the
count in their half of the ninth on
Pinky Higgins' four-bagger. A crowd
of 13,789 saw the contest, played for
the National War Relief Fund.
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DETROIT 100 000 101 000-3 12 2
(12 innings)

Hughson, Brown (8) and Conroy,
Peacock (8), Partee (9); Trucks,
White (6), Newhouser (9) and Rich-
ards.
DODGERS TRIP REDS TWICE
BROOKLYN, June 30.- (P)- The
Brooklyn Dodgems dressed up their
War Relief doubleheader today with
plenty of trimmings, including a
couple of tenor solos by Fred (The
Dixie Songbird) Walker, but the best
entertainment they gave the 26,893
fans at Ebbets Field were two rous-
ing victories over the Cincinnati
Reds,v5 to 0 and 11 to 5.
The double victory raised the
Dodgers half a game ahead of the
St. Louis Cardinals in the won-lost
totals, although St. Louis held a
previous five-point margin in the
percentages to remain in first place
in the National League.
First
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Pay-as-You-Go 'WHO-DONE-IT'MYSTERY
Taxes Become Repertory Play
Real Tomorrow 'Ladies in Retit
44,000,000 Workers Michigan Repertory Players of the p
University's Department of Speech si
Will Lose 20 Percent will present "Ladies in Retirement" vi
In WithholdingTaxes at 8:30 p.m..Wednesday in the Lydia a
Mendelssohn Theatre as the first in of
their fifteenth season of plays.
Pay-as-you-earn income taxes be-"Ladies in Rtirement," the mys- fl
come a reality tomorrow for some tery thriller which has proved popu- th
44,000,000 Americans. lar both on Broadway and on tour, t
44,00,000Amerians.is rated as the best of its kind since sh-
For the first time since the gov- "Kind Lady."
ernmeit began taking a bite out of The suspense in the play evolves in
incomes 30 years ago, a current col- not so much around the question of sls
lection system based on a 20 per cent o-don tca in mostiBritish k
witholdng lvy boveperonalexawho-doneit, since, as in most British o
withholding levy above personal ex plays there is little attempt to fool w
emptions goes into effect with the. the audience about the murderer'sa-
start of the new fiscal year. The th uineaottemree
statu the n c y . identity, but rather in the battle of ra
first actual cut comes out of pay the slayer with her own conscience. h
for the first payroll period begin- The characters are an unbelievable co
ning in July. For persons paid on a bunch, foremost among them being
calendar week basis that period be- the iron-willed housekeeper who
gins Sunday, July 4. murders her employer in order tost
Enacted after a bitter, four-month tu
Congressional battle that raged e
chiefly over one word-"forgiveness" First Lady Layso
-the plan wipes out an estimated L
$6,533,000,000 in present tax liabili- Riott
ties, yet the Treasury expects it to.
yield $3,600,000,000 more in the fis- t
cal year 1944 and $1,094,000,000 more Rum ors o1
in 1945 than the present law, which False n
would have brought in $9,800,000,000.
Hence, although on paper from 75 WASHINGTON, June 30.-()-
to 100 per cent of each taxpayer's Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt assert-
debt to the government was can- ed today that the danger of race riots
celled, actually the highly disputed such as occurred recently inDetroits
"forgiveness" will not save him any could be materially lessened if in-
money currently. dividuals would scotch inflammatory
If his 1942 tax bill was $50 or less rumors and stop unreasoning fear.
and his income unchanged, he will The First Lady told her-press con-
pay the same amount he would have ference that since the Detroit race
paid undthe governent more than riots she had received many letters
$50 he must pay all that he would and read editorials accusing her of
have paid anyway, plus the unabated avights bmented the bloody street
portion of that debt, which will fall ti
due in equal installments next March tude toward Negroes.
15 and March 15, 1945. Mrs. Roosevelt said she felt that
there must be both white and colored
people of good will and common
Ut c sense to prevent race riots.
She explained that she cancelled a
visit to Detroit this week because the
Go l Nation l scheduledinspection of child care
projects was "not important enough
sto insist ondoing it nowwhen there
Minnesota Linksnian was something else I wanted to d."{
Defeats Roden, 4-2 She did not state what the "some-
thing else" was.
CHICAGO, June 30.-(P)-Wallace
Ulrich won the National Collegiate C
Athletic: Association's 46th golf
championship tournament today in An important meeting of the "M"
style befitting a fellow who becomes Club will be held at 8 p.m. tomorrow
a United States Marine tomorrow. in the Michigan Union, according to
The Carleton College (Minnesota) Julius Franks, president of the club.
sophomore with the thatch of blond,--
close-cropped hair spotted Texas' 1000 HEADS WANTED
Bill Roden three of the first four , for that pesonality hair style
holes of their 18-hole championship Be theyrsquare ound, o flat headed
match at Olympia Fields and then Try us!!
blanked his red-haired opponent the T
rest of the way for a 4 to 2 decision. Te SC A ARBERS
_____________Between State and Mich. Theatres
Louis Asks for
, MP' Transfer
BATTLE CREEK, June 30.-(I')-
Sgt. Joe Louis has asked to be trans-
ferred from a cavalry unit at Fort
Riley, Kan., to the military police at
Fort Custer, the heavyweight cham-
pion said today.
He feels his ability as a boxer
would be placed to better use in the
military police as an instructor than
it is in the cavalry, he said this morn-
ing as he boarded a train for Chi-
cago. According to Louis, his trans-
fer request has the approval of Col.
Ralph Wiltamuth, Fort Custer com-
mander.
On furlough after completlo g aoev
motion picture in Hollywood, Joe vis-
ited Fort Custer, a local USO club,
and friends here yesterday.

Berg Defeats Row, 4-3
CHICAGO, June 30. -(P)-' Using TexF
her putter as a eane as well as for
a potent golf weapon, Patty Berg de-
feated-Marjorie Row of Detroit 4 and
3 this, afternoon to move into the
semi- finals of the Women's Western
Open.

Red Cross Unit
ers T1 Presit Needs Coed Aid

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WAR BONDS
ISSUED HERE!

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rovide a home for her two imbecile
sters. Addition a1l suspense is pro-
ded in the erfoits of the disagree-
ble nephew to uncover the secret
f the bricked-in oven.
The nephew's advances tow ard the
ighty maid, though not without
he disapproval of his aunt, comprise
he little romance present in the
how.
Co-writers Edward Percy and Reg-
ald Denham, the men behind the
killfully woven script, have turned
ut something new and novel in the
ay of characters, unique situations
nd plot. Their imaginations ran
ampant, it appears, and the story
as everything--including an oven
)ffin.
The plot was taken from a true
ory in France during the last cen-
iry, but the play's locale was switch-
d to England.
"Ladies in Retirement" is the first
f five productions to be presented
y the Michigan Repertory Players
iroughout the summer season, and
will run for four performances
nly, Wednesday through Saturday
ights.

Women Are'Called for
Surgical DressingWork
The call is out for University wo-
men who can contribute two hours
a week to the Red Cross Surgical
Dressing Unit which opens at 1 p.m.
Wednesday, Jean Whittemore, char-
man of, the League station, said yes-
terday.
"We are particularly interested in
getting girls who would like to be-
come instructors and the first two
weeks we shall specialize in training;
volunteers for teaching," she said.
The unit, which will be open from
1 to 5 p.m. every Wednesday and
Thursday during the first eight weeks
of the summer, will welcome all.Uni-
versity women, including freshmen
and graduates.
Last year's instructors who have
returned for the summer term in-
clude Betty Carpenter, '45, attend-
ance chairman; Nancy Pottinger,
'45, receiver; Kay Brennan, '43,
Betty Jones, '45 and Jean Caldwell,
'44.
Following a custom established
last spring the unit will invite special
house groups to attend every week.

'ALUt o moernYTM'
SALUT 0RHYTr

NOW SHOWING!

--__Extra Added -
Russian Revels - "Swing Your Partner"
"Tumble Bugs" I( Cartoon J News

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ANDHERGIRLAND
A Par'"mnunt Pictur,,
Coming Sunday
BETTY GRABLE
"'Coney Island"

CARDS SPLIT WITH GIANTS 1
NEW YORK, June 30.-(IP)-After
dropping the first game 4 to 3 in ten
innings the St. Louis Cardinals came
back to beat the New York Giants 5
to 0 in the second game and hold
shakily to first place in the National-
League as 15,694 fans watched a War
Relief doubleheader today. Howie
Pollet pitched six hit ball in the
nightcap and was supported by four
homers,, including two by Lou Klein.
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