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MmkIA- , *JULY 11, -1947

THE MICHIGAN DAlY

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Noted Boxing
Official Dies
DETROIT, July 10-()-Mich-
igan's best known boxing referee,
Elmer B. Slim) McClelland, died
today at the age of 59.
McClelland started his long
career by chance in 1906, when
he was called on to referee a bar-
room brawl at Cheboygan, Mich.,

INTRAMURAL ROUND-UP:
Weiler Fires Sizzling 73
To Lead I-M Golf Field

Jerome Weiler yesterday serv-
ed formal notice on 51 oppon-
ents that he is very definitely!
the man to beat in this week-
end's All-Campus Golf Tourna-
ment which is being run off atE
the Unvriygolf__course.

CUIKATWN F T M lTB

Weler, who hails from Bay
City, established himself as the
red-hot favorite to capture the
links crown by touring a tough
front nine in one over par 37,
and then turning on the heat
to belt out a regulation 36 on
the back stretch for a nifty 18-
hole total of only 73 strokes,
The 73 was good enough to give
Weiler a four stroke edge over
his nearest rival, Harvey Jones,
who put together 38-39 for a
respectable 77. .
S* *
Swimmers will have an oppor-
tunity to sign up for the men's
Senior Red Cross Life Saving
course at 4 p.m. Monday, July 14,
in the I-M pool.
Dennis Reagan will be in
charge of the regulation course,
and all eligible swimmers will
receive certificates upon quali-
fication.
The Sports Building will hold
an open-house for all Atudents,
faculty, and friends tonight and
every Friday evening from 7-9:30.
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YESTERDAY'S SOFTBALL

Wayne Quits
Mid-America"
IConference
IDAYTON, 0., July 10-(A')-
Western Michigan College at Kal-
amazoo and Miami University of1
Oxford O., have become members
of the Mid-American Conference,
Dr. David E. Reese, Conference
Commissioner, announced today.
Dr. Reese also announced the
resignation of Wayne University
of Detroit from the new Athletic
Association. He said Wayne had
# withdrawn because it objected to
the admittance of the two schools
not located in urban centers.
"The Mid-American Confer-
ence," Dr. Reese said, "had the
choice of going along with a five-
school conference, composed of
Wayne, Butler University, OhioM
University, Western Reserve and
the University of Cincinnati, or
voting into their conference West-
ern Michigan College and Miami
University."
"They chose to do the later,"
the commissioner added.
Mikulieih Plays
In State Meet
Bill Mikulich, University of
Michigan tennis captain who won
the Upper Peninsula singles title
ear~ly this week, will enter the
Michigan State Open Champion-
ships at Grand Rapids July 14-
19.
This tournament, which attracts
some of the nation's outstanding
net stars, will be the first of its
kind since 1941. Jack Kramer,
this year's Wimbledon singles
champ, won this tourney in 1941.1

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Don Black of Indians Twirls No-Hitter;
Detroit, Red Sox Play to 2-2 Deadlock
Nats Halt Chisox; EiBrooks Cop TI
Yanks Win Again Major League Cards Belt Giav
By The Associated Press ( tndn s By The Associated. Press
Don Black, former Bad Boy" Ralph Branca boosted his
pitcher with the Philadelphia tory total to 14 games, the
Athletics, last night twirled a no- AMERICAN LEAGUE seven in succession, as he ht
hit, no-run game against his W L Pct. GB Brooklyn to a double victory
former teammates. He hurled the New York 48 26 .649 - the Cubs, 5-3 and 4-3 in 10
Clevlands Indians to a 3-0 vic- Detroit 37 32 .536 8/2 ings yesterday, thus strengt
tory. Boston 38 33 .535 81 2ingthe Dodgers' hold on
Unable to control his speed in Cliladelphia 36 38 48a 12
Phldlha 3 3.8121 Branca was the starting pit
the early innings, Black walked Chicago 35 41 .461 14 in the first game but required
six batters but issued no free pass- Washington 32 38 .457 14 from Hank Behrman and s mi
es during the last three frames. St. Louis 25 44 .362 20 Casey when the Cubs threat
He faced 31 batters, and struck YESTERDAY'S RESULTS in the ninth.
out five of htem. I Detroit 2; Phil., 2 St n Louis opened its third
After Black's brilliant no-hit- I Cleveland 3, 2; Phil. 0, 1 pta Esten ins astr
ter, Bob Feller turned back the { Washington 4, 7; Chicago 0, 2 witha Eollkn swing last ro
A's. 2-', in the nightcap of- a dou- New York 4; St. Louis 3 with a rollicking 11-4sromp
ble-heder. It was Bob's 11th Vic- NATIONAL LEAGUE Babe Young's second home
tory. W L Pet. GB the day with one aboard ens
Prince Hal Newhouser of the Brooklyn 44 31 .587d Buddy Lively to give Cincir
Tigers dueled to a 2-2 tie with Boston 41 32 .562 2 an even split with a three-hit
Dave Ferris of the Red Sox in an New York 38 31 .551 3 cision over the Boston Braves
abbreviated twilight game yester- St. Louis 38 35 .521 5 night. Young belted his
day. The game was called at the Cincinnati 38 39 .494 7 h of the season during
end of eight innings. Chicago 36,38 .486 72 afternoon contest which
Detroit scored in the second on Philadelphia 32 44 .421 12, Tribesman won, 6-4 with Toi
Kell's single and Eddie Mayo's Pittsburgh 28 45 .384 15 Holmes bashing two consec
double. The Tigers repeated in YESTERDAY'S RESULTS four-baggers.
the fourth to tie the score on Brooklyn 5, 4; Chicago 3 3 fur-baer tssh.vedthe Pi
walks to Wakefield and Kell, an Phil~, 7, 2; Pittsburgh 2, 1 further into the cellar by ta
intentional pass to Doc Cramer St. Louis 11; New York4. both ends' of a doubleheader
after Mullin's sacrifice, and a fly Boston 6, 1; Cincinnati 4, 2 dand 2-1.
by Mayo. - -
Southpaw Joe Page of the KaI Joins State
Yankees pitched and batted his pp
way to a 4-3 victory over the last- Athletic Staff
place Brownies last night. Page
blasted a home run in the ninth Earl M. Kapp, former athletic
inning. equipment assistant at the Uni- Prices
=It was the ninth consecutive versity of Michigan, has joined J 25c until 5 p.m.
victoryfon. the Yanks, who now the Michigan State College staff 3c after 5 p.m.
ledby 8% games, as manager of the Spartan ath---
The Washington Senators -- letic 'equipment room.
beaten 10 times in 11 previous Kapp will have charge of the Today & Saturday
games with Chicago-swept both equipment room and work with
ends of doubleheader from the Jack Heppinstall, team trainer Penny Singleton
White Sox, winning the first, 4-0, and equipment supervisor. at Arthur Lake
and the second, 7-2. Michigan State. "Blondie's Big Moment
and
Eddie Dean
DAIL OFFCIALBULL"'INDavid Shape
"COLORADO SERENAD
(Continued from Page 2) the first of four conferences on
Latin America, Wednesday, July
on Saturday July 12, 8:30 to 12. 16, at 4:10 p.m, East Conference
Dancing, bridge, and refresh- Room, Rackham Building. These TODAY AND
ments. Nominal fee. conferences are part of the Sum-
mer Lecture Series, "The United SATURDAY
The Graduate Outing Club will States in World Affairs."
meet for outdoor activities on
Sunday July 13th at 2:30 p.m. at Professor Gottfried S. Delatour I r HN/COLOR
the Northwest Entrance of the will hold the first of four confer-
Rackham Building. Please sign ences on European affairs, Thurs- r v 0 N N a
up before noon on Saturday at day, July 17, at 3:10 p.m., East JEARNLO
the check desk in the 'Rackham Conference Room, Rac kham
Building. Building. These conferences are A U M O N T
part of the Summer Lecture Ser- N-E I A XN
Dr. Yuen-li Liang will hold the ies, "The United States in World
first of four conferences on the Affairs." ; universal's
United Nations, Tuesday, July 15,
3:10 p.m., East Conference Room,T TYPEWRITERS I
Rackham Building. These con- r ,. ,.7 . . . .. . 1

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Fraternity League
Zeta Beta Tau 7; SAE 6
Delta Kappa Epsilon 8; Chi Phi
Lambda Chi Alpha 5; Theta Xil
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Independent League
U. Hospital 8; Robert Owen 4
Havenites 14; English Language
Law Club 2; Vets 0

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