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S tNDA, JULY 25, 1943

THE MT!CFtj!AN DAILY

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..-jMa League Standings
AM[ SICAN L AG .NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L lit. G,," Wi'L Pe. (GB
New York.......50 32 .810 -W' St. Louis........54 28 .659 -
Detroit.........43 39 . 124 7 Brooklyn........51 38 .573 6/2
Washngton4...... 42.611 71/2 Pittsabr gh......46 38 .548 9
Chicago.....41 41 .500 9 Cincinnatl......:43 42 .506 121/
Cleveland.......41 41 .500 0 Chicago........39 45 .459 161/2
t Louis......39 42 .481 101/2 Boston.. ......35 45 .438 18
Boston........39 45 .4 4 12 Philadelphia..38 49 .437 181/2
1philladlia ... 35 51 .40' 17 New York .:......33 53 .384 23
Philadelphia 8, DetroIt 4.' Chicao 7, New York 1.
New York 5-3, Chicago 1-5. PittsbUrgh 6, Brooklyn 1.
hogton 5, St. Louis 3. Cninflati 5, Philadelphia 3.
Cleveland 2, Washington 0 lrooklyn 3, Boston 0
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Crisler Expects 100 in 4-Week Session;
Spartan Opener Scheduled September 18

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Tomorrow afternoon, for the firstv
time in Michigan history, the July
sun will shine on a football practice
in Ann Arbor.
As the shadows lengthen on Ferry
Field, the expected total of more than
100 prospects will be running through
the first drill of the novel four-week
summer grid session. Then, after a
week's respite, the gridiron valiants
will plunge into intensive work to-
ward their season's opener on Sept.
18 with Michigan State.
Four Weeks of Practice
The hot-weather practices are lim-
ited to four weeks by a Western Con-
ference ruling, with only one week of
contact work allowed. Thus, Coach
Fritz Crisler will spend the first three
weeks in drilling fundamentals of the
Crisler system into the hopefuls.
The prospects of material are very
good, in the face of severe talent
famines in neighboring schools. For,
besides a nucleus of six returning
lettermen, the Navy and Marines
have generously shipped a good
quantity of stars to Michigan. Thus
the Wolverines are almost certain to
have one of the best teams in the
midwest, equal to the tough schedule
ahead of them.
The Maize and Blue lettermen are
headed by Captain Paul White, stel-
lar halfback. All-American guard
Julius Franks will also probably be
out for drills, as will centers Merv
Pregulman and Jim Brieske. and
fullbacks Bob Wiese and Bob Sten-
berg.
Among the service gifts to Crisler
Slide Rule Captures
Arlington Classic
CHICAGO, July 24.-(M)-Slide
Rule won the $72,000 Arlington Clas-
sic by a length today before 20,000
spectators, with Bourmont second
and Chop Chop third.
The winner, owned by W. E. Boe-
ing, Seattle, Wash., airplane manu-
facturer, ran the mile and a quarter
in 2:04 3/5.
Chop Chop led from the start un-
til the turn in the stretch, where
Jockey Ferrill Zufelt aboard Slide
Rule took his mount to the rail and
snatched the lead.
Morey Wins Amateur
CHICAGO, July 24.-(P)-Dale
Morey of Martinsville, Ind., beat Bob
Cochran of St. Louis 4 and 3 today
to win the Tam O'Shanter All-Amer-
ican Amateur Golf Championship.

are Bill Daley, ace Minnesota half -
back, and the Wisconsin headliners,
Elroy Hirsch, Jack Wink, Pat Boyle
and Fred Negus. Last year's Michigan-
freshman team will contribute endsI
Art Renner and Clem Bauman, win-
ner of the Chicago Alumni award lastf
spring as the most improved gridder
in spring practice, guard Georget
Kraeger and backs Bill Culligan andI
Bob Nussbaumer.
Spartans Lack
Grid Talent asf
Drills Begin
EAST LANSING, July 24.-(P)-
Coach Charles W. Bachman will
count football heads at Michigan
State College next week and he
frankly admits there may be only
a corporal's guard on hand when
the Spartans start summer practice
Aug. 2.
Bachman appealed today in a no-
tice printed in the Michigan State
News, campus publication, for civil-
ian students with football experience
to report to his office Monday and
Tuesday.&
He hopes the conferences will sift
out players of varsity caliber and
determine whether the Spartans can
undertake an eight-game schedule
this fall without help from some of
the 3,000 soldier-students on the
campus. There's little chance uni-
formed huskies will help solve Bach-
man's dilemma unless the Army re-
verses its thumbs down policy on
football.

Haegg Lowers
Mile Record
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 24.-(P)
-Sweden's Gunder (The Wonder)
Haegg, who admits that he runs only
fast enough to win, ran the fastest
mile in Amercan outdoor track his-
tory-4:05.3-tonight to defeat Gil
Dodds of Boston by 10,yards and Bill
Hulse of New York, by 15 before a
delirious crowd of 10,000 at the Har-
vard Stadium.
Haegg, who had disappointeduhis
four previous American track audi-
ences, virtually ran a front race from
start to finish to lower Glenn Cun-
ningham's American record, made
back in 1934, by 1.4 seconds.
A's Top Tigers, 8-4;
End Losing Streak
PHILADELPHIA, July 24.-(.)-
The Philadelphia Athletics lopped off
their string of defeats at eight
straight today as they hammered out
an 8 to 4 victory over the Detroit
Tigers before 3,253 spectators at
Shibe Park.
Hal Wagner's pinch-hit home run
with Irv Hall on base during the Ath-
letics' four-run eighth inning was
the decisive blow of the contest.
Herm Besse, the winning pitcher,
departed for service in the Army as
soon as his day's work was done.
Besse gave the Tigers' 12 scattered
hits while his teammates came out of
their batting slump with a total of
14 safe blows. Henry Oana, who re-
lieved Hal White, was charged with
the loss.

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