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WEDNESDAY -JULV ,2i; 1949

TIDE SICHIGAN DU~LY

PAGE TR'E

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Prospects Good as First
Grid Workouts Are Held
More Than 70 Out for Practice Sessions;
Players Full of Pep n Signal, Passing Drills

Patty Berg, Golf Star, Joins Marine Corps Reserves

CO. A. TO PRESENT SKIT:
Carnival Atmosphere Will Be
Feature of JOP Jamboree

By JOE McHALE;
Early as it is to say so, Michigan's
football prospects for 1943 look very,
good at the end of the second day of
summer practice.
Monday, in addressing the 70-odd
hopefuls, Coach Fritz Crisler said-
that if every man gave 100 percent
of his effort. Michigan could have'the
best team in the country. Ahead;
though, is a long road of hard work
in the present four-week session and
the three-week intensified workouts
before the opener with Camp Grant
on Sept. 18,
Squad Spirited
The squad wasted no time in get-
ting into the spirit of things, the
men doing considerable "talking it
up" as they ran through signal prac-
tice. Stress was placed on- getting
the feel of shifts. Among those show-
ing particular pepper were Pat Boyle,
burly guard from Wisconsin; big Bill
Daley, back late of Minnesota, and
Fitzsimmons
To Take Over
Falling Phillies
CHICAGO, July 27. -- (P) - The
Brooklyn Dodgers today gave Fred
Fitzsimmons his unconditional re-
lease in order that he might become
manager of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Fitzsimmons, who has been on the
Dodgers' roster as an active pitcher
and part-time .coach, will go to St.
Louis to take charge of the Phillies
tomorrow. Fitzsimmons said he did,
not know what the Phillies would do
about Bucky Harris, whom he re-
places as manager of the club.
Fitzsimmons just rejoined the
Dodgers after an absence of several
days, during which he was conferring
with William D. Cox, president of
the Phillies, in New York.
Phillies Fire Harris
PHILADELPHIA, July 27.- --(P)-
The Philadelphia Record will say to-
morrow that the Philadelphia Phillies
have fired Stanley R. (Bucky) Har-
ris as manager and named Fred Fitz-
simmons, Brooklyn Dodgers. pitcher-
coach, to take his place. .
Exhibition Games
Brooklyn (N) 003 000 050--8 12 3
Great Lakes . .100 013 922-9 16 3
Macon, Allen (6). Webber (8)'
Head (9) and Bragan; Schilitz, 041-
son (5), Hallette (8), Ferrick (9) and
Robinson.
Chicago (N) 300 210 103-10 14 3
Camp Grant 020 201 000- 5 5 3
Warneke, Burrows (8), and Her-
nandez; Bauers and Wruna.

Elroy Hirsch, Wisconsin's fine soph-
omore halfback of last fall.
Cridler and the other coaches were
convinced that PEM had put the
players in top condition. This is
shown from the fact that Hirsch re-
cently set a new record of 1:31.9 for
the University obstacle course. An-
other former Badger, Fred Negus,
also bettered the old mark of 1:35
held by Don Choate, '43A.
Crisler seemed to give most of his
attention to two picked elevens which,
will probably form the nucleus off
next fall's team, with a few changes.f
Daley was playing the tailback spot
of tone of the backfields, Hirsch on
the other.
The Michigan letter-winners re-
porting were Captain Paul White,
who took the wingback post on one
of the first elevens, Bob Wiese and
Bob Stenberg, at fullback positions,
and Merv Pregulman at his familiar
center spot.
Brieske, Franks Expected
Center Jim Brieske is expected out,
as is.: Julie Franks, All-American
guard. Franks, a dental student,
may not appear until late, for he has
to report on August 7 for practice
for the All-Star-Redskin encounter.
A line that performed for photog-
raphers on Monday consisted of Clem
Baumann, George Kreager and Pre-
gulman of the Maize and Blue and,
Fred Negus, Boyle, Bob Hamzlik and
Farnham Johnson here from Wiscon-
sin.
'Despite the ban on contact work
for the first three weeks of this ses-
sion, a Navy-Marine PEM game of
pushball Monday managed to pro-
duce good rough-and-tumble and
some casualties. Ernie Felton, Stu
Watson and Pete Petoskey needed
stitches for small cuts.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Dancing, entertainment, games of
chance and a general carnival at-
mosphere will feature the JGP July
Jamboree, one of the major events
of the summer term, to be held from
7 p.m. to midnight Saturday, on
Palmer Field.
Skits, songs, and dancing by
local entertainers from the stu-
dent body and from Co. A, 3651st
Service Unit, will be the highlight
of the evening. Co. A's skit by
members of the "Nips in the Bud"
cast will go on at 9 p.m., while
numbers will be presented later in
the evening by Rae Nita Larsen,
'44, and Mickey Johnson, '46.
Hiram Albajo, of Chile, will pre-
sent a tango exhibition with Peggy
Weiss, '44. Further entertainment
is being arranged, and there will be
community singing toward the end
of the program.
General Mixer Included
Dancing will include a general
mixer, and strict informality will be
the keynote. As the audience will be
invited to sit on the floor during the
show, Jeanne Paty, '44, chairman of
the carnival committee, warns peo-
ple not to "dress up." Servicemen,
students and townspeople are wel-
come.
Admission to everything on the
grounds will be purchase of war
stamps. There will be two booths
Dr. Olivera Will Speak
At Spanish Club Meeting
Dr. Raul Olivera of Cuba will speak
in Spanish on the great influence of
University youth on political and so-
cial deyelopment in Cuba at 8 p.m.
today in the League.
Sponsored by the Hispanic Society,
the meeting is open to any student
or serviceman interested in learning
to speak' Spanish or Portuguese.
Srta. Maria Stella Guimaraes, of
Sao Paulo, Brazil, will also speak on
"Geographical Aspects of Brazil."
The talks will be followed by Latin
American music and records.

issuing coupons for admission with
each stamp bought. Tickets for
a bond raffle will be sold, during
the week of the 26th. in the Diag-
onal stamp bpoth,,,pd alto on the
carnival grounds Saturday night.
Houses Sponsor 'Booths
Stockwell Hall is presenting a
combination "fun house" and "hor-
ror house," with a good time and
plenty of scares guaranteed by Fran-
ces Popkins, '45, head of the Stock-
well Committee. Other women's and
men's dormitories and houses on
campus, together with several cam-
pus organizations, are sponsoring
booths, and the Women's Athletic
Association is furnishing equipment.
Students Fail
To Buy Stamps
JGP Goal Can Be Met
Only by Cooperation
"A'great many students on campus
aren't doing anything--some of them
haven't bought a single stamp," Mar-
cia Sharpe, ''45A, chairman of the
JGP stamp and bond drive, said yes-
terday.
"Our goal for the summer is $4,200
and if we are to meet it, everyone on
campus must contribute something,"
she stated. Stamps are beingsold
in the booths located on the diagonal
and in the League, and JGP repre-
sentatives are selling them in the
dormitories and sororities.
If the servicemen would like a rep-
resentative to sell stamps in the
quadrangles, they may call Miss
Sharpe at 25618 or leave a message
at one of the booths. The commit-
tee will also ,take applications for
bonds.
The committee still needs coeds
who are willing to .donate one hour
of their time a week to sell stamps in
the booths

.

Patty 'Berg, (third from left), Minneapolis golfer who won the All-American women's open golf title
at Chicago is shown as she joined the Marine Corps women's reserve at Chicago. Marines on hand to
welcome her are left to right: Sgts. Gladys O'Reilly, Chicago; Gloria Downs, Ashtabul, 0.; Miss Berg;
Sgts. June E. Carls, Chicago; Pauline Eaton, Milwaukee and Cyrus E. Baker, Chicago.

New York......
Detroit ..........
Washington.....
Cleveland .......
Chicago,.........
St. Louis. ....... .
Boston ..........
Philadelphia

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Mass Meeting
To Test MSC
Football Future
Only Twenty Students
Report Their Interest
To Coach Bachman
EAST LANSING, July 27.--(/P)-
Michigan State College athletic offi-
cials disclosed today they will deter-
mine whether the Spartans will have'
a football team this fall at a mass
meeting of civilian male students
Thursday night.
Previously, Couacn Charles W. Bach-
man had planned to canvass the war-
depleted ranks of men students for
football players Monday and today
to determine whether there would
be sufficient manpower to tackle an
eight-game Spartan schedule.
Bachman said about 20 students
reported during the two days and
that he decided to make a final ef-
fort to stir up campus interest in a
scheduled summer practice begin-
ning next week at the mass meeting
Thursday night.
The veteran coach today sent let-
ters to some 700 men in summer
school, asserting that their response
will "provide the answer" to the
question of. whether or not M.S.C.
can continue football.
"The college administration has
indicated it will approve our playing
the fall schedule if a sufficient num-
ber of students are interested," the
letter declared. "The decision must
be made within the next few days."
Asserting that the Army has for-
bidden some 3,000 soldier-students
at the college from playing football,
Bachman said it was to be expectedk
that the Spartan team will be com-f
posed of men "with little or no pre-
vious football experience and many
men lacking the size and physique
ordinarily expected of football play-
ers."

Tuesday's Results.
New York 4, Cleveland 3 (13 in.)
St. Louis 8, Philadelphia .4
Chicago 6, Washington 5
'Only games scheduled)

NATIONAL

REDBIRDS FLYING HIGH:
Cards Take Two from Phillies,

Extend Streak to 11 in a Row

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St. Louis
Brooklyn
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Chicago .
Boston ...

War Bonds issued Here!

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W L
.... 59 28
.... 52 40
.... 49 39
.... 45 44
.... 41 47
.... 36 48
.... 39 53
34 56

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Continuous
from 1 P.M.-

Cool!

Philadelphia.....
New York.......

AL &710:

Tuesday's Results
St. Louis 6-5, Philadelphia 2-2
Boston 6, Cincinnati 2
Pittsburgh 8, New York 5
(Only games scheduled)

ST. LOUIS, July 27.- (P)-Adding
to the longest winning streak of the
year in the Major Leagues, the St.
Louis Cardinals won their tenth and
eleventh games in a row today by
taking a doubleheader from the Phil-
adelphia Phillies.
Murray Dickson, yielding only five
hits, captured the opener of the twin
bill, 6 to 2, and Howard Krist tri-
umphed from his favorite victims in
the nightcap, 5 to 2.
The clean sweep increased the
Cardinals' lead over the Brooklyn
Dodgers to 9%1 games and, at the
same time, dumped the slipping Phil-
lies into seventh place.
PITTSBURGH TRIPS GIANTS
PITTSBURGH, July 27.- 01)-
With homers by Maurice Van Ro-
bays, Tom O'Brien and Bob Elliott
accounting for six of the runs the
Pirates came from behind today to
beat the New York Giants, 8 to 5.
BRAVES BEAT WALTERS, REDS
CINCINNATI, July 27.- P)-
Knocking Bucky Walters from the
mound in a three-run eighth inning
rally, Boston's Braves defeated Cin-
cinnati, 6-2, today. Catcher Phil
Masi led the Beantown attack with
three hits and a walk in four times
at bat. It was Walters' eleventh loss
against five triumphs.
BROWN TOPS A'S
PHILADELPHIA. July 27.- OP-
Coming from behind to score seven
runs in the last two innings in a bat-
ting spree that knocked both Don
Black and Joe Fagan out of the
pitcher's box, the St. Louis Browns
cuffed the Philadelphia Athletics, 8
to 4, today before a scant 1,000 in
Shibe Park.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Co- - o ed from Page 2)
Events Today
There will be a French Tea today
at 4:15 p.m. in the Cafeteria of-the
Michigan League.
Students in Speech: A program of
g :oup and individual readings will
,e given at the Speech Assembly at
3 p.m. today in the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
All former membe s of the School
of Education Workshops are asked to
attend a meeting this evening at 7
o'clock in the Music Room. Women's
Lounge, Rackham Building.
There will be an informal discussion
on the topic "Nazi Secret Weapon,
the Fifth Column," sponsored by the
Karl Marx Society, this evening at
7:45 in the Michigan Union. All are
welcome to attend.
Hispanic Club Meeting, Michigan
League, at 8 p.m. this evening. The
program will include a talk in Span-
ish by Dr. Paul Oliveria, President of
the Latin-American Society, of Ha-
vanaeCuba, on "Preponderant In-
fluences of the University Youth in
the Social and Political Develop-
ment of Cuba," and a speech in Por-
tuguese by Srta. Maria Stella Gui-
maraes, of Sao Paulo, Brazil, on the
topic, "Geographical Aspects of Bra-
zil." In addition there will be Latin-
American music and records. All
servicemen and students interested
in the Spanish and Portuguese lang-
uages are invited to attend.
Coming Events

YANKS TRIUMPH- IN 13TH
NEW YORK, July 27.- (AP)- Bill
Dickey's pinch single in the 13th
inning gave the New York Yankees
a 4 to 3 victory over the Cleveland
Indians. in an overtime struggle to-
day. Charley Keller hit his 13th
homer for the Yanks with two on in
the sixth, but Mickey Rocco tied the
score;with a three-run roundtripper
in the seventh.

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