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P'RIMA YAUG, 203, 1943



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Tigers Split Twin Bill
With Boston Red Sox

They Coach

the Pre-Flight


Hospital Workers To Wear
Uniforms to Classes Today

DETROIT, Aug. 19.- UP)- The
Detroit Tigers outhit the Boston Red
Sox, 26 to 10, in a doubleheader to-
day, but unfortunately baseball
games still are decided by total runs
and the Tigers got no better than an
even break to maintain a 2 to 1 series
The Sox stamped out a ninth inn-
ing rally in the opener, 4 to 3, to
hand lefty Hal Newhouser his sev-
enth successive defeat. Virgil Trucks
pitched a four-hit shutout to win the
nightcap, 10 to 0.
The games produced these other
1-In the eighth inning of the
nightcap, Rudy York swatted his
24th home run of the season and
11th this month. - Dick Wakefield
was on base and rookie Emmett'
O'Neill was pitching for Boston. York
now needs eight round-trippers in
13 games to crack the major league
production record for a month which
he now holds.
2-Wakefield blasted out five hits
in nine times at bat in the two
games. He thus boosted his batting
average to .332, three points behind
Luke Appling of Chicago, the league
3-York batted in six runs to boost
his season total to 81, thereby put-
ting himself near the top in the
league in that department.
* * *
Browns Beat Athletics
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 19.- UP)- Two
drives to centerfielder Jo Jo White
produced three runs for the St. Louis
Browns who shut out the Philadel-
phia Athletics 3 to 0 tonight with the
help of Denny Galehouse's four-hitj
Philadelphia . . 000 000 000-0 4 2
St. Louis ....010 020 00x-3 5 1
Black and Swift; Galehouse and
Ferrell. * * *
Bums Finally Win
BROOKLYN, Aug. 19.-- UP)--After
Bill Nicholson hit his 18th home run
with one on in the first inning, Curt .
Davis pitched shutout ball today to3
lead the Brooklyn Dodgers to a 9 to 21
triumph over the Chicago Cubs in a
twilight game.
Bought, Rented, Cleaned
and Repaired
Student and Office Supplies
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314. S. State Street Phone 6615 i

Nats Beat Chisox, 4-3
CHICAGO, Aug. 19.-- (UP---Second
inning homers by Sherrard Robert-
son and Jake Early, sandwiched
around a double by Gerry Priddy,
gave Washington's Senators a 4 to 3
victory over Orval Grove and the{
Chicago White Sox today. Dutch
Leonard allowed four hits for his
ninth triumph.
Washington . .030 000 100-4 6 1
Chicago ......000 000 030-3 4 0

Leonard and Early;
* * *

Grove and

Pirates WallopGia ints
NEW YORK, Aug. 19.- ( P)--Vince
DiMaggio and Jim Russell boomed
the Pittsburgh Pirates to an 8 to 1
triumph over the New York Giants
today with seven runs scored on
three homers.
DiMaggio collected his 14th with
two on in the fourth and Russell hit
two, his second and third of the year,
each with a mate aboard.
Pittsburgh .. .100 0,32 002-8 12 1
New York ... .000 010 000-1 8 1
Hebert and Lopez; Fischer, Mungo,
Adams and Mancuso.
Chicago ......200 000 000-2 8 1
Brooklyn ... . 101 204 01x--9 16 2
Bithorn, Hanyzewski and McCul-
lough, Livingston; Davis and Bragan.
* *
Reds Edge Out Braves
BOSTON, Aug. 19.- UP)- The
Cincinnati Reds defeated the Braves
seven to five today, with southpaw
Clyde Shoun winning his 10th game
of the season as a relief pitcher.
Cincinnati . .. .002 013 010-7 12 0
Boston .......200 111 000,-5 8 2
Starr, Shoun and Mueller; Barrett,
MacFayden, Adom and Poland.
Yanks Beat Indians
CLEVELAND, Aug. 19. -UP)- For
the second consecutive day, Cleve-
land Indians and New York Yankees
ran into extra innings, as the Yan-
kees took a 2 to 1 decision in an
after midnight affray tonight.
New York ... .000 000 001 000 1-2
Cleveland . ... 000 001 000 000 0-1
Bonham, Wensloff and Sears; Ray-
nolds and Rosar.
. *
Philies Beat Cards
The Phillies scored four unearned
runs in the sixth inning, after the

To interest coeds remaining for
the second eight weeks in working
on the Sophomore Project Hospital
Volunteer Service, members of the
central committee will wear their
uniforms to class and talk to coeds
on campus today, Mavis Kennedy,
'46, chairman, announced yesterday.
Volunteers Needed
"With -the summer session closing,
many of the volunteers are leaving
school and some.of the high school
ward helpers are going on their vaca-
tions, so ..we need volunteers. more
than ever," Miss Kennedy stated.
For all women who ar'e interested
there will be an orientation meeting
at 7130.,, p.m. Tuesday in, the second
floor amphitheatre of the hospital.
Miss Karen Dahlberg, head nurse,
and Miss Katherine Walsh, head of
the hospital volunteers, will explain
the hospital setup and the duties
of -the volunteers.
Shortage Is Acute
"It is very important that we have
a number of volunteers at this time.
With the shortage of help becoming
increasingly serious, it is up to those
of us who are free to do what we
can," Miss Kennedy added.
Many of the coeds have been car-
rying courses in both the summer

session and the summer term so will
have lightened programs from now
on, and Miss Kennedy urged that
all of them try to take on at least
two or four hours of volunteer work
a week.
Among the duties of the hospital
volunteers are those of carrying re-
freshments to the patients, getting
patients ready for meals, filling wa-
ter glasses and arranging flowers,
Mailing Date Set Ahead
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19. -(IP)-
The War Department announced to-
night that the time for mailing pack-
ages to prisoners of war and civilian
internees in the Far East'has been
advanced from Sept. 15 to Aug. 27
because of a change in the sailing
time for the exchange ship Grips-
Dentists To Be Honored
Twenty-two graduate dental stu-
dents from Latin America will be
honored at an informal evening at
8 p.m. Sunday in the International
Center. Feature.of the evening will
be a community. sing, followed by
refreshments. Both North and South
American songs will be sung.

Coaches of Georgia's Nayy Pre-flight School grid team this year will be (1. to r.): Ensign William H.
Kerr, ends; Lt. Rex Enright, head coach; Ensign Andy Pilney, backfield, and Lt. (JG) George T. Bar-
clay, line.

side should have been retired, to
defeat the St. Louis Cardinals 6 to 5
before 13,733 paying customers at
Shibe Park tonight.
St. Louis .....000 100 040-5 9 2
Philadelphia . .000 004 20x-6 10 1
Lanier. Dickson, Krist and W. Coo-
per; Barrett, Kraus and Moore.
Major League


Alpha Omega Alpha, Honorary
Medical Fraternity, To Initiate 3


New York............68 42
Washington..........61 53
Cleveland ............ 57 51
Detroit ............... 57 51
Chicago .............. 56 55
Boston ...............54 58
St. Louis ............ 48 60
Philadelphia ..........40 71
Thursday's Results
Boston 4-0, Detroit 3-10
Washington 4, Chicago 3
New York 2, Cleveland 1
St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 0
St. Louis............71 38
Cincinnati............ 62 50
Pittsburgh...........62 51
Brooklyn............. 57 56
Chicago..............52 59
Phiadelphia...........53 62
Boston .............. 49 59
New York ...........4C 71
Thursday's Results
Pittsburgh 8, New York 1
Brooklyn 9, Chicago 2
Cincinnati 7, Boston 5
Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 5


Three junior students in the Medi-
cal School will be initiated Tuesday,
Aug. 31, into Alpha Omega Alpha,
national honorary medical fraternity,
it was announced recently by Henry
T. Johnson, president of the Michi-
gan chapter.
The initiates are James Thomas
Weir Robertson, Joseph Louis Fink
and Linus Reed Cranmer.
Dr. Paul C. Hodges, professor of
roentgenology at the University of
Chicago, will give the annual initi-
ation lecture on "The Role of Radi-
ography in Medicine" at 7:30Rp.m.
Tuesday in the Rackham amphithea-
tre. The lecture will be open to all
interested persons.
Initiation proceedings and a re-
ception will be held after the lecture
at the home of Dr. Fred J. Hodges,
professor of roentgenology at the
Alpha Omega Alpha is the only
honorary medical fraternity in this
country. Membership is based upon

scholarship and moral qualifications.
Senior members of the Michigan
active chapter are Henry T. Johnson,
Alexander Leaf, Howard' B. LaTour-
ette, Robert G. Fish, kenneth P.
Mathews, Clark D. West, Henry K.
Schoch, Jr., Arthur H. Griep,.Henry
F. Drygas, George H. Lowrey and
Leslie F. McCoy.
Miss MacKinnon Speaks
To Graduating Dietitians
Miss Frances MacKinnon, presi-
dent of the American Dietetics As-
sociation and director of the nutri-
tion service of the American Red
Cross, spoke to the 16 graduating
dietetic students 7:30 p.m, yesterday
at the Barton Hills Country Club.:
Already graduates in home eco-
nomics, the dietitians have just com-
pleted a 12-month course in practi-
cal dietetics at the University Hos-

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For a perfect leg make-up, "erase" un-
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double-faced friction pads, 1.00.
Set of-5.refills, .50, Plus tax.
Prettin~ess is Still ImP' rtant .-



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English 177: second 8 weeks of the
Summer Term, will meet MTuWTh,
2. in 3010 A.H. -L. I. Bredvold
English 107: second 8 weeks of the
Summer Term, will meet in 301 U.H.,
MTuWTh, 1. -F. Fletcher
College of Architecture and Design,
School of Education, School of For-
estry and Conservation, School of
Music, School of Public Health: Mid-
semester reports indicating students
enrolled in these units doing unsatis-
factory work in any unit of the Uni-
versity are due in the Office of the
school Aug. 25 at noon. Report
blanks for this purpose may be se-
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one' or two days. (In-
crease of 10c for each
additional 5 words.)
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
three or more days. (In-
crease of $.25 for each
additional 5 words.)
Contract Rates on Request
MIMEOGRAPHING - Thesis bind-
ing. Brumfield and Brumfield, 308
S. state.
WANTED: Ten male students who
are interested in boarding by
month for rest of summer session.
$45 per month. Call Al Bek, ATO
House. 23205.
PERSON finding two headed dime
please call 22539. Valuable to
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cured from the office of the school or
from Rm. 4 University Hall. .
--Robert L. Williams
Assistant Registrar
Record Concert at Horace H.
Rackham School: Another of the
weekly concerts will be given Tues-
day evening at 7:45 p.m. The"pro-
gram will consist of the following
recordings: Corelli's Sonata in D
Major; Haydn's Symphony No. 104
in D Major; Beethoven's Sonata No.
14 in C Sharp Minor; Tschaikowski's
Concerto in D Major for Violin and
Orchestra, and Strauss' Emperor
Waltz. Servicemen are cordially in-
vited to join the Graduate Students
at these concerts.
Student Recital: Irene Bernstein,
pianist, will present a recital for her
Bachelor of Music degree at 8:30
p.m., Monday, Aug. 23, in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. Her program will
consist of compositions by Bach,
Beethoven, Tcherepnine and Brkhms.
The public is invited.
Events Today
Religious Services will be held at
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
conducted by J. Louis Singer and
Harvey Weissberg, t 8:00 p.m, Max
Dresden of the U. of M. faculty, Will
deliver a sermonette, "Jewish Ac-
Coning Events
All Sigma Chis in the service are
invited to a reunion picnic, Saturday,
Aug. 21, 2 p.m. at 1912 Geddes.
Michigan Outing Club will go on a
hostel trip to Saline Valley Hostel
this Saturday, Aug. 21. The group
will meet at 2:30 in front of the Wo-
men's Athletic Building and bike to
Saline. We will return in time for
Sunday dinner. There will be swim-
ming. For further information, call
Barbara Fairman, 24471.
International Center: An informal
"American evening" for the purpose

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