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14 ,THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Bosox Tenth In
Detroit for Seve
By The Associated Press
BOSTON, July 11-The pace-set-
ting Boston Red Sox edged Detroit
3 to 2 in 10 innings for their seventh
victory in a row over the Tigers at
Fenway Park.
Rip Russell's double off the left
field wall with two out after Bobby
Doerr had singled to center brought
home Boston's winning run.
Tex Hughson, who went the route
for the Red Sox in hanging up his
lath victory against five defeats, shut
out the Tigers until the ninth.
Then, Roy Cullenbine walked. He
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
Coming Events
French Club: Bastille Day will be
celebrated Monday, July 15, at 8 p.m.
in Room 305, Michigan Union. Pro-
fessor Rene Talamon, of the Ro-
mance Language " Department, will
offer a reading of known- French
works. Group singing and a social
hour. A special invitation to join
tha club is made to students in
French 31, 32, 61, 83, 153, 159 and
in all French courses of literature.
Foreign students are also cordially
invited as well as any student inter-
ested in improving his oral French.
No charge..
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet Sunday, July 14, for an after-
noon of hiking and swimming. Inter-
ested graduate students should meet
in the club rooms in the Rackham
Building at 2:00 p.m., Sundy. Will
those who can bring cars pease call
George Costello at 5159 to discuss
arrangements?
University of Michigan Sailing
Club: Officers, Members, and poten-
tial members: There will be a meet-
ing of the club at 1:00 pm.. on Sat.,
July 13 at the' Michigan Union. Will
the secretary please bring the roll
of members. We will leave for Whit-
more Lake shortly after 1 p.m.
Churches
The Lutheran Student Association
will meet Sunday afternoon at 3:30
at Zion Lutheran Parish Hall, 309
East Washington Street, and leave
from there for a picnic supper at
West Riverside Park. A devotional
service will follow' the supper hour.
Bible Study Class will meet Sunday
morning at 9:15 in the Center, 1304
Hill Street.

"ing Tally Nips Intensive Recrea
In conjunction with the recreation-
nth Time, 3.2
) al athletic program sponsored by
the Department of Physical Educa-
was forced at second when Doerr tion for Women, a series of short
made a spectacular back-hand stop courses will begin July 22 under the
of Roger Cramer's grounder over
second. Birdie Tebbetts came through auspices of the University Extension
with a single, sending Cramer to Service.
third. Eddie Lake brought home Sports, and dance classes will be
Cramer and Al Lipon, running for concentrated into three or four week
Trebbetts, with a double over Dom courses for the benefit of women not
DiMaggio's head in center field. enrolled iri the summer term. Regis-
* * * tration will be accepted this week
in Rm. 107, Haven Hall. There will
Yanks last 9er 1 91be a registration fee for all Women
NEW YORK, July 11-A throng of j;>O- ( = f o c >O<>
56,243 fans watched blazing Bob Fel-
ler, who on Tuesday had set the
National League all stars down with Damotde
two infield hits in a brilliant three and
inning stint, go down to 'his sixth
defeat of the season and his first Wedding.
against the Yankees this year as vsIRINGS
New York blasted the Cleveland In-
dians, 9-1.┬░jE
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Major League Standings┬░ ' ' "<=>-_
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Boston....... 55 23 .705 . .
New York .... 48 31 .608 8
Detroit ........42 33 .560 11a
Washington ...37 37 .500 16- Today and Saturday
St. Louis .......35 41 .461 19 Walt Disney's
Cleveland .. . ..35 43 .449 20V% PINOCCHIO
Chicago ....... 38 44 .405 23Y2
Philadelphia .. 22 52 .207 31 and
YESTEADAY'S RESULTS COME, OUT FIGHTING
Boston 3, Detroit 2 with The East Side Kdds
St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 3

Lion Program Open To Women

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not enrolled in the University. En-
rollment in specific classes will be
handled in Office 15, Barbour Gym.
Courses are offered in elementary
and intermediate golf, swimming,
tennis, body conditioning, badminton,
dance and riding. Instruction is giv-
en in all courses by members of the

regular women's physical education
department.
Riders will be furnished transpor-
tation to and from the stables. All
equipment may be rented for a nom-
inal fee from the department. Fur-
ther information may be received by
contacting Office 15, Barbour Gym.

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