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THUREDAY, JULY 22, 1942'

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Julius Franks
To Play Guard
For AlbeStars
Wisiert, Boor and
Smeja Accept Bids;
Game To Be Aug. 25
One more Michigan football player
was given due recognition yesterday
when Julius Franks. All-American
guard on the Wolverines' 1942 team,
received and accepted a bid to the
College All-Star, Washington Red-
skin grid battle at Dyche Stadium,
Evanstan, August 25.
Three other Players on last year's
team, Al Wistert. Don Boor, and
Rudy Smeja, have also received bids
and intend to play in the Classic. El-
mer Madar, an end last year, was
also asked to play but is in the armed
forces and will probably have to miss
the game.
Franks, who still has a year of in-
tercollegiate competition left, was
made eligible for the All-Star squad
when officials repealed the rule
which had limited the team to play-
ers who had finished their college
careers. He has been a regular since
his sophomore year.
Wistert, also chosen on several of
the All-American teams last year,
will hold down a tackle post for the
Collegians, Sme j a is an end, and
Boor is a fullback. Practice for the
All-Stars will begin either August 7
or August 9 to get them ready for
the champions of professional foot-
ball in their annual clash under the
stars.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Four 'U' Grid Stars To Play In All-Star

Game

Pictured above in the pose that
is so formidable to his opponents is
Julius Franks, All-American guard
4on the Wolverine team last year.
Franks has accepted a bid to play
in the College All-Star,-Washing-
ton Rtedskin grid battle at Dyche
Stadium, Evanston, Aug. 25.

A third University grid star who
will play at Evanston is Rudy
Smeja, end. He and the other
all-stars will begin practice for
the game within the next two
weeks.

DON BOOR
... fullback, will also play in the
classic.

fHARD LUCK ROOKIE:
WensloffLoses 5iHit Game to Browns

W L
NeW York...... ....47 31
Washington..........45 38
Detroit............... 40 38
Chicago ..............39 39
St. Louis.......... .39 39
Cleveland ............ 38 41
Boston ...............37 44
Philadelphia .......... 34 49
Wednesday's Results
Boston 3-6, Chicago 2-8
St. Louis 1, New York 0
Cleveland 7, Philadelphia 0
Washington 6, Detroit 5
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Pct.
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.542
.513
.500
.500
.481
.457
.410
Pct.
.646
.581
.550
.500
.457
.434.
.434
.398

Browns Beat Yanks
NEW YORK, July ,21-(A')-Char-
ley Wensloff, the hard-luck rookie
hurler of the New York Yankees,
pitched five-hit ball for ten innings
today but was beaten 1 to 0 by the
St. Louis Browns when he made a
wild throw on a bunt in the overtime-
frame.
ST. LOUIS 000 000 000 1-1 5 0
NEW YORK 000 000 0000-0 9 1
Sundra, Hollingsworth (10) and.
Hayes; Wensloff and Dickey.
ChisOZ Take Twin Bill
BOSTON, July 21.- ()-The Chi-
cago White So;x took the second
game of a doubleheader with the
Boston Red Sox today 8 to 6 after
dropping the opener 3 to 2. Orval
Grove won his ninth straight game
in the nightcap, although he was
taken out for Gordon Maltzberger in
the seventh inning.
First
CHICAGO .. ..d 000 000-2. 11 0
BOSTON ... .000 000 03x-3 9 0
Dietrich and Tresh; Hughson,
Brown and Conroy, Partee (9).
Second1
CICAGO .. . 203 300 000-8 9 2
BOSTON.....102 001 020-6 7 2
Grove, Maltzberger (7) and Tresh;
Judd, Ryba (5) and Partee.
Indians Blank Athletics
PHILADELPHIA, July 20.- (,')-
The Cleveland Indians blanked the
Athletics 7-0 today behind the two
hit pitching of Al Smith. Mickey
Rocco poled a homer for the Indians
in the ninth with two on.
Indians ......100 201 003-7 11 0
Athletics .....000 000 000-0 2 0

Dodgers, Reds Split
CINCINNATI, July 21.- ()- The
Brooklyn Dodgers battled back to
take a wild 9 to 7 ball game from, the
Cincinnati Reds today after drop-
ping a lop-sided 11 to 1 decision to
Elmer Riddle in the first half of a
doubeheader.
First
Brooklyn ....000 100 000-- 1 8 3
Cincinnati ..021 511 01x--11 13 0
Higbe, Allen (3), Melton (7) and
Bragan; Riddle and Mueller.
Second
Brooklyn .....011 030 400-9 9 0
Cincinnati .. . 300 040 000-7 17 2
Head, Webber (5), Melton (5) and
Owen; Starr, Shoun (5), Heusser
(7), Beggs (9) and Lakeman, De-
Phillips.
Cards Whip Giants
ST. LOUIS, July 21.- (')- The
St. Louis Cardinals swept a double-
header from the New York Giants
today, racking up 19 hits for a 14 to
6 triumph in the nightcap after be-
ing held to just three safeties and
squeezing through a 3 to 1 decision
in the first game.
First
NEW YORK . .000 000 100-1 9 0
ST, LOUIS .. .020 000 10x-3 3 1
Fischer, Adams (7) and Lombardi;
Munger and Cooper.
Second
NEW YORK 100 032 000- 6 10 2
ST. LOUIS ..310 190 00x-14 19 0
Melton, Sayles (1), Feldman (5),
Mungo (5), East (6) and Mancuso;
Krist, Dickson (5) and W. Cooper,
O'Dea.

St. Louis .............
Brooklyn .............
Pittsburgh..........
Cincinnati ...........
Chicago ............
Philadelphia.........
Boston ..... ......... .
New York ............

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51
50
44
41
37
36
33
33

L
28
36
36
41
44
47
43
50

Wednesday's Results
Cincinnati 11-7 Brooklyn 1-9
St. Louis 3-14,tNew York 1-6
Chicago 4, Boston 1
Pittsburgh 10, Philadelphia 2

Cubs Defeat Braves
CHICAGO; July 21.- (P)-- Hiram
Bithorn fashioned his eleventh vic-
tory of the season today and the sev-
enth in his last eight starts when
the Chicago Cubs defeated the Bos-
ton Braves, 4, to 1, before a crowd of
7,094.
BOSTON ... .001 .000 000-1 9 1
CHICAGO .. .010 210 00x-4 8 0
Andrews and Kluttz; Bithorn and
McCullough.
Pirates Beat Phill ies
PITTSBURGH, July 21.-(AP)-The
Pittsburgh Pirates put on more
steam today in their drive after the
second - place Brooklyn Dodgers,
beating Philadelphia 10 to 2 with a
14-hit barrage behind Bob Klinger's
five-hit hurling.
PHILLIES . .001 001 000- 2 5 2
PIRATES .. .001 022 41x-10 14 1
Conger, Dietz (7) and Livingston;
Klinger and Lopez.
Orchardists in Need
Of Cherry Pickers
TRAVERSE CITY, July 21.-(A)-
Orchardists are so badly in need of
pickers for the cherry crop that they
are stopping tourists along north-
western Michigan highways and ask-
ing them to help in the harvest.
Five hundred Jamacians, now ar-
riving, will form less than 10 per
cent of the 6,000 pickers needed, or-
chardists said. Out of a normal 7,500
migratory workers, less than a thou-
sand have appeared in the Traverse
City region this season.
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C.A.P. Cadets
Pr-actice Drill
On Quadrangle
High School Students
Release Army, Navy
Pilots for Combat Due
Library-goers, students walking to
classes, and people just walking
across campus stared in unbelieving
arazement at two companies earn-
estly practicing drill formations last
night in the quadrangle.
Some of. these militant marchers
were in uniform and some were not,
but the startling feature of their ap-
pearance was that some of them
wore skirts.
Curious onlookers were informed
by the passing platoons that this was
the weekly drill session of the Ann
Arbor Civilian Air Patrol-the co-ed-
ucational branch of Uncle Sam's
armed forces.
Bill Cuthbert, 16, student at Ann
Arbor High School, where the Ann
Arbor Patrol was founded, was act-
ing as one of the drill masters, and
called a "Company, Halt!" long
enough to offer further explanation.
"We are interested in flying and in
doing everything we can to help win
the war," he said. "CAP Cadets all
over the country are doing important
work to relieve regular army and
navy pilots for combat duty."
Bill further explained that CAP
Cadets are known for their work in
detecting enemy submarines off the
shores of the United States. "Our
members are also valuable in fighting
forest fires, and transporting parts
from one defense factory to another,"
he said.
Hal Wheeler, another cadet, said.
that CAP boys who are still in high
school are taking courses which will
enable them to take over photo-
graphic and stenographic work of
the patrol and so enable senior mem-
bers to have more time for flying
duty.
The Civilian Air Patrol which was
formerly a part of the Office of Civil-
ian Defense is now under the direct
supervision of the War Department.
"We are working for both the Army
and Navy. and our training courses
are planned by them," Cuthbert said,
"but we are all volunteers. We buy
our own uniforms, and receive no
pay."
Iyrnes Reveals
Hope for More
Civilian Goods
WASHINGTON, July 21-(UP)-A
possibility of releasing more supplies
for civilian use was advanced today
by War Mobilization Director James
F. Byrnes as he discussed a current
survey of overall war material needs.
He emphasized, however, that the
chance for an increased flow of goods
to the home front was a "hope, not
a prediction," and declared that the
prime purpose of his recent directive
to all war agencies to review their
procurement schedules is increased
efficiency in the war production
effort.
At his third press conference since
he was named virtual boss of the
home front, Byrnes also said his pres-
ent gasoline-fuel oil survey, as far
as thesurplus for civilian allocation
is concerned, must give precedence
to next winter's fuel oil for heating
of homes. "This is more important
than present-day gasoline needs for
motorists," he said.
HOUSE HEADS TO MEET
There will be a very important
meeting of all women house presi-

dents at 5 p.m. today in the League,
Ann MacMillan, head of Judiciary
Council, said.
HOSIERY
Sheer Seamless Rayon, 64c
Sheer Seamless Lisle, $1.00
Sheer Full-Fashioned Rayon
with Lisle top, $1.04
BRUNCH COATS
A New Shipment in.
Seersucker and Prints
2.49 to $3.29
SMARTEST
HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Bldg.

Gen. Douglas MacArthur (left), commander-in-chief of Allied
forces in the southwest Pacific, chats with Prime Minister John Curtin
of Australia during MacArthur's visit to Sydney.
Pi Lambda Theta To Meet

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Election of student member of The Board

in Control

of Physical

Education.

Ballot

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Candidates are:
AET UPTON
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The National Honorary Association
for Women in Education, Pi Lambda
Theta, will hold an initiation recep-
tion at 7:30 p.m. today in the Wo-
men's Lounge of the Rackham Build-
ing.
There will be a round-table discus-I

sion on the constitu;on and program
of Pi Lambda Theta as they were
considered at the recent Biennial
Council of the association. The pro-
gram will also include a cello solo
by Miss Betty Harter, who will be
accompanied by Mrs. Dorothy Feld-
man.

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