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Sawy To PY
At Tomorrow's
League Dancef
Co. A Choir Will Sing
'Begin the Beguine,'
Numbers from Concert
Competing with the Summer Prom
for the patronage of the campus, Bill
Sawyer and his orchestra are offering
the "biggest League dance of the
year" from 9 p.m. to midnight tomor-
row in the League ballroom.
The big attraction of the evening
will be the All-Soldier Choir of Co. A.
Their selections include Cole Porter's
"Begin the Beguine." The choir will
will also give a preview of their con-
cert to be held, at 4 p.m. Sunday in
Hill Auditorium.
"In response to many requests,,"
Sawyer stated, "we will play our ar-
rangement. of George Gershwi's
'Rhapsody in Blue' with Herb Eide-
miller at the piano." The orchestra
will also play Sawyer's latest ar-
rangement, "And Russia Is Her
Name" from the MGM picture "Rus-
sit." Billy Layton will handle the vo-
"I believe tomorrow will be the first
time a dance orchestra has accom-
panied a male choir," Sawyer said in
seaking of the Co. A chorus which
dad its origin in the campus musical
hit "Nips in the Bud," which played
for three nights at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre last spring.
Although ticket sales will be lim-
ited to 250 couples, there will be no
advance in prices, Sawyer added.
Tickets for the dance are on sale at
the main desk in the League.
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All-Stars Plot Downfall of Redskins


Groups like this one dot the gridiron at Northwe stern's Dyche Stadium, Evanston, Ill., daily as the
college all-stars plot the downfall of the pro Washing ton Redskins at Evanston, Aug. 25. In the group, left
to right, are: Vic Lidsko center, Stanford; coach Ed win C. "Babe" Horrell, UCLA; coach Wally Butts,
Georgia; Walter Ziemnba,. center, Notre Dame, head coach Harry Stuhldreher, Wisconsin and Charles
Trippi, halfback from Georgia.

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Idaho Loggers

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DETROIT, Aug. 12- ()- B
Rudy York maintained his torri
August home run race today b
smashing out two round-trippers, h
20th and 21st of the season, as th
Detroit Tigers made it two straigh
over the Washington Senators, 10 t
York, whose 18 homers of Augus
1937, constitute a major league re
ord for one month's production, belt
ed No. 20 with Dick Wakefiel
aboard in the first inning off Earl
Wynn, first of three Washingto
In the fourth, with rookie John
Miller onuthe mound, York har
Major League
Club W L Pc
New York............62 39 .61
Detroit ............... 52 48 .52
Cleveland .............52 48 .52
Washington ...........55 51 .51
Chicago ..............52 50 .51
Boston ...............50 53 .48
St. Louis .............45 55 .45
Philadelphia ..........40 64 .38
Thursday's Results
Detroit 10, Washington 3.
Boston 10-6, Chicago 6-7 (secon
game 14 innings).
Cleveland 4, Philadelphia 3.
New York 6, St. Louis 2.
Club W L Pc
St. Louis.............67 33 .67
Pittsburgh...........54 49 .52
Cincinnati...........54 49 .52
Brooklyn .............54 50 .511
Philadelphia ..........50 56 .47
Chicago ..............47 55 .46
Boston ...............45 53 .45
New York ............38 64 .37
Thursday's Results
St. Louis 4, New York 1.
Boston 3, Chicago 2 (12 innings
Brooklyn 3, Cincinnati 0.
Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 4.

wts Senators, 1=3 Drive
ig mered a mighty drive into the upper
id left field seats with the bases loaded. HighI
y He thus drove in six runs although Botldci
is a run Pinky Higgins sent home in
e the third actually provided the win- Progr4
ht ning margin.
to The victory boosted the Tigers into LEWISTO
a tie with the Cleveland Indians for -The "Rive
t, the American League's second place, men with
c- a single percentage point ahead of spiked boots
t- Washington. written.into
d * * * gest log dri
y Indians Beat Athletics, 4.3 in America's
The calke
CLEVELAND, Aug. 11.- (P)- have "reare
n Cleveland's Indians throttled a ninth 50,000,000 bo
z-inning rally by the Philadelphia Ath- Clearwater F
letics today to squeeze through with Lewiston mi
a 4 to 3 victory and extended their ests, Inc. TI
winning streak to five games. Jim 000 feet.
Bagby had relief from Joe Heving in Few Drives I
the ninth but was credited with his Potlatch o
13th triumph. one of onlya
* * an annual e
Yankees Beat Brownies biggest."
t- Their dri
4 ST. LOUIS, Aug. 12.- UP)- Bobo because th
0 Newsom, trying for his first pitching larger and]
0 victory in six starts with the St. ly reaches
9 Louis Browns, got two hits and drove The drive
0 in a run tonight but the New York stream in
5 Yankees won 6 to 2. Newsom was north Idah
0 relieved in the eighth inning after cascades i
5 walking in two Yankee runs. the Clearw
* * * in the rgg
Philles Beat Pirates off into th
id the mill at
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 12.-- (P)- building rai
The Philadelphia Phillies won their Big as wa
seventh straight game tonight by it would sup
turning back the Pittsburgh Pirates, o the lumbe
t. 4 to 3, before 10,684 at Shibe Park. pany mill 1
0 * * *
largest whit
4 Chicago, Boston Split world. Tra
14 voracious sa
CHICAGO, Aug. 12.- (/P)- Luke company st
'2 Appling tripled and scored on Jim war demand
1 Webb's single at the start of the 14th
9 inning to give the Chicago White SoxP
2 a 7 to 6 victory over the Boston Red Often prog
Sox in the second game of a double- the unusual
header today. The Red Sox won the up canyon
opener 10 to 6. stretches of
ated. Them
bateaux, bo
Negro M-an, Boy vshaped
g notimpossi
Held on Charges One of t
year's drive
DETROIT, Aug. 12.-(A)-A Negro tle Canyon
man and boy were ordered held for at a frenzi
trial on charges of inciting race riot- boulders an
ing here on June 21 by recorder's walls.
Judge John V. Brennan today. Dur- Great 50-
ing the preliminary hearing held to- oars, mount
day, Judge Brennan rejected a de- aft are swun
fense contention that Prosecutor to set the w
Dowling and his staff be disqualified boulders lo
from prosecuting the case. canyon wall
The defendants are Leo Tipton, 35, called for to
and Harper (Snooky) Morgan, 15, One mode
who are being held on bonds of duced intot
$5,000, two securities, or the equiva- tors. In som
lent of $10,000 each. a bank can1
_____________-by these bul
Wolverines Send Sailing
Team to Intercollegiates
A team from Michigan's Sailing C L I
Club is leaving today to take part in
the first annual Inter-Collegiate
Yacht Racing Association's Star
Class Championship to be held this
Saturday and Sunday. CL)
Brown University, the Coast
Guard, Harvard, M.I.T., Pennsyl-
vania, Stevens, Williams and Yale
will race against the Wolverines. $ .40 per
Recital To Be Today cre
7 add
Feri Roth, violinist, and Mabel
Rhead, pianist, will play in a music b
school assembly at 3 p.m. today in $1.00 per
the Rackham assembly hall. The thr
program will include Beethoven's cre
"Sonata in D major" and "Sonata add
in F major." The public is invited. Cntra

M History
Waters, Hidden
ers Obstruct
ess of Loggers
N, Idaho, Aug. 11.- (P)
r Rats," those hardened
the high-water pants,
and battered felts, have
history this town's big-
ve-an important factor
production for war.
d boots of the loggers
d" the last stragglers of
ard feet down the racing
River and into the quiet
Ilpond of Potlatch For-
he usual drive is 40,000,-
fficials say their drive is
a few still in existence as
vent-and "probably the
ves have continued only
Clearwater is a much 4
longer river than usual-
into the forest areas.
starts 120 miles up-
the primitive area of
o where Beaver Creek
nto the north fork of
ter. The heavy timber
ed district can be logged
e river and floated to
much less expense than
ilroads into the forests.
s the drive, officials said
)ply less than one-third
er to be cut by the corn-
iere, claimed to be the
e pine sawmill in the
nsportation by rail to
ws is also heavy as the
ives to meet the heavy
for lumber.
en Slow
ress was slow because of
high water which boiled
walls until most level
shoreline were obliter-
noves are made in sturdy
ats with sharply flared
ills that are hard-but
le-to capsize in rough
he toughest jobs in any
is the running of Lit-
where the water boils
ed pace over concealed
Ld between narrow rock
foot sweeps, resembling
ed on fulcrums fore and
g to and fro by the jacks
'annigans to one side as
m ahead. Where the
s curve, fast action is
prevent sharp collisions.
rn note has been intro-
the drive-crawler trac-
ie cases, logs hung up on
be pushed into the river
15-word insertion for
or twd days. (In-
ase of 10c for each
itional 5 words.)
15-word insertion for
ee or more days. (In-
ase of $.25 for each
itional 5 words.)
t Rates on Request


Filsto IGlamorous
At Tomorrows
Summer Prom
'New Music' Orchestra f z
To Make First Campus
Appearance at Dance
Making their first appearance ony )
the campus, Shep Fields and his A
"New Music" orchestra will play for ...
the Summer Prom to be held from .
8:30 p.m. to midnight tomorrow in:
Waterman Gym.
In keeping with wartime restric-
tions, formal attire will take a back
seat at the dance which is open to
all civilians and servicemen sta-
tioned on campus.
Tickets Still Available
According to Rupert Straub, in
charge of ticket sales, a limited num-
ber of tickets are still available at
the Union, League, and local book-..
The only big dance to be held here
during the summer term, the Prom
is being offered. early enough to ..~
allow summer session students as.......f
Well as those enrolled in the full
term to attend.
Songstress Meredith Blake will
appear with the top-ranking band
which has played engagements from
coast to coast.
Has Appeared in Movies
The music of Shep Fields has also
been widely featured on radio net-
works and he and his band have Silk stockings may be out for the
starred in several movie shorts. duration, but film actress Leslie
Members of the central committee Bro , st lenty of sge
in charge of the dance are Chuck Brooks still has plenty of "gam
Dotterrer, '44, general chairman; elamor, as she abre demonstrates
Carol McCormick, music; John Clip-_here
pert, floor committee; Roy Boucher
and Rupert Straub, tickets; Erwin
Larsen and Dean Monson, publicity; lr. R ufus Sen
and Libby Swisher, patrons.
Proceeds from the dance will be Ot M efcy Tri
donated to the Bomber Scholarship
Ann Arbor's "flying grandmother,"
Mrs. W. Carl Rufus, wife of Prof.
Armny, N avy Rufus of the astronomy department,
returned recently from a plane trip to
VOlun} beer for Denver and Boulder, Coo., during
- f a which she flew an Army doctor on an
ictory Vanities emergency trip carrying blood plas-
ma to Fremont, Wyo.
A member of the Civil Air Patrol,
Committee Head Says Mrs. Rufus flew to Denver August 2
Campus Organizations on business, and then flew to Boulder
I to visit friends. On her return trip,
Have Not Cooperated she landed at Cheyenne, Wyo. just
in time to volunteer to fly Maj.
Talent drummed up for the sec- Alton E. Lundstrom to Fremont with
ond Victory Vanities to be presented the vitally needed supply of plasma.
at 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 28, has
been offeredalmost entirely from the
Army and Navy units stationed on L BERTY CAFE
campus so far, according to Doris
Barr, League chairman for the event. Chinese Restaurant
Company A, 3651st S. U., will give
a skit and the Naval Chorus will Reopening
sing at the Vanities, Miss Barr said.
Only other act volunteered is a solo fOr BuSineSS
by Lyle Albright, who will present
a 15-minute magician act. Albright Orders Prepared to Take Out
appeared in the original Vanities last
Fruary. 613 East Liberty
Cooperation Is Needed
"If we are to put over a program Phone 6380
for , students and servicement, we
need a little cooperation," Miss Barr
said. "After all, we can't expect the
Army and the Navy to do every-
thing around here."
Form letters have been sent out
to campus houses and organizations
by the committee under the joint
sponsorship of the Union and League.
A postcard indicating that an act
Will be offered in the Vanities must
be returned to the League Under-1}
graduate Office by tomorrow, Miss
Barr said. "Only three groups have
sent in cards so far," she added. v
War Bonds To Be Prizes
Following the outline of the last

Victory Vanities, a program of short
skits and entertainment will be pre-
sented by various campus groups.
War Bonds will be given as prizes
for the winning acts.
Elimination contest to determine
the skits that will be given at the
Vanities will be held Aug. 24 and 25.
The top eight to ten houses will
stay on for the finals. Skits should
be 10 to 15 minutes long, according
to Miss Barr.
Coeds are needed to work on the
patrons, publicity, eliminations and
ticket committees of the Vanities,
Miss Barr said. All those interested
should sign up in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
MAKE MONEY-on your used clo-
thing by phoning Claude H.
Brown. 2-3736, 512 S. Main. ..: :.
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Kahn Named to


Medial Faclty
PD. Reuben L. kahn, University
Hospital staff, has been named to the
National Faculty in Medical Sciences
and is one of the ten men selected
from the nation to deliver lectures
in the field of serology and immun-
The National Faculty is composed
of civilian physicians and surgeons,
outstanding in their fields, who will
lecture and give demonstrations to
medical graduates in the armed for-

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with beauteous Mimi Chandleri


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