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THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE M

THURSDAY, JUlY 2Z, 194& PAGE TRUER

Masters
I-M Standings
Fraternity League I
B W. L. Pet.

on

ames Bengals 6-i; Dodgers

Win 2

Major League Standings

Lambda Chi Alpha ..4 01
Alpha, Sigma Phi ... .3 1
Zeta Beta Tau ...... 2 2
Sigma Chi..........2 2
Theta Xi ...........1 3
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 0 4
FRATERNITY LEAGUE
W. L.
Gamma Delta.......4 1
Delta Tau Delta ....3 1
Alpha Chi Sigma ... .2 2
Theta Chi..........2 3
Psi Upsilon .........2 3
Theta Delta Chi ... .1 4

1.000
.7 50
.500
.500
.250
.000
II
Pet.
.800
.750
.500
.400
.400
.200

RESIDENCE HALL LEAGUE
W. L. Pct.
Strauss ............4 0 1.000
Prescott ............3 1 .750
Hayden ............. 3 1 .750
Hinsdale ...........2 2 .500
Greene ....:........2 2 .500
Cooley .............1 3 .250
Tyler ..............1 3 .250
Anderson ......... ..0 4 .000
INDEPENDENT LEAGUE I
W. L. Pet.
Chemistry ..........5 0 1.000
Goosers ............3 2 .600
Hardrocks .........3 2 .600
j Fletcher Hall .......3 2 .600
Hot Papas .........2 3 .400
Hell Cats .. ........2 3 .400
Chiefs .............2 3 .400
Robert Owen .......0 5 .000
INDEPENDENT LEAGUE II
W. L. Pet.
Encees .............3 1 .750
Dodgers. ............3 1 .750
Beta Theta Pi ......3 1 .750
Disciples ...........2 2 .500
Phi Gamma Delta ..1 2 .333
Pick Ups ...........0 5 .000
AIR CONDITIONED
PT -- 1

U.S. Olympic
Team Likes
England
LONDON, July 21 - (/P) - The
American Olympic team bussed
into camp today and a wrestler
from Minneapolis named Verne
Gagne put its sentiments in a
nutshell: "Boy, it's a thrill to be in
England."
Gagne and his several hundred
teammates came up by bus from
Southampton, where they arrived
in the liner 'America," rubbering
at the sunbathed English country-
side.
Move to Uxbridge
Before lunch they moved into
their slick living quarters at Ux-
bridge, an RAF station 20 miles
west of London.
All felt well except John Brooks,
an alternate on America's four-
oared rowing crew, who got off
the ship running a mysterious
fever. He was taken by ambu-
lance to a London hospital but
soon was declared fit and rejoined
his mates at Uxbridge.
The women athletes went in
separate buses to their billets at
Wimbledon, the famous tennis
center. The, rowers and yachts-
men came on to London by train
superintended the debarking of
their fragile shell at the dock.
Track Team Works Out
At Uxbridge, Dean Cromwell,
head coach of the track and field
team, dispatched his kids to the
track to run off their sea legs. The
rest of the coaches issued no or-
ders. In consequence, Uxbridge
presented the aspect of a mass
siesta.
Jack Mendonca, co-coach of the
boxing squad, peeked around the
camp gym, took a couple of swings
at a punching bag and promised
he'd march his pugilists in to-
morrow "for a real workout."
I-M Softball
Fraternity League I
Lambda Chi Alpha 8, Sigma Al-
p~ha Epsilon 4
Sigma Chi 7, Zeta Beta Tau 0
(forfeit)
Theta Xi 2, Alpha Sigma Phi 1
Fraternity League II
Delta Tau Delta 22, Alpha Chi
Sigma 13
Residence Hall League
Anderson 21, Tyler 12
Strauss 7, Cooley 0 (forfeit)
Greene 8, Prescott 5
IHayden and Hinsdale (both teams
forfeit)

Yankees, Indi ans Splt
Red Sox, Phillies Gain

NPL Champion Crossley's
Putter Hot in Perfect Par

WASHINGTON, July 21-(P)-
The Detroit Tigers collected a
dozen hits off Walt Masterson
here today but left 11 men on the
sacks as they bowed to the Wash-
ington Senators 6 to 1. It was
Detroit's first loss in seven games
this season in Griffith Stadium.
The licking was Hutchinson's
third in a row in the last week
and left him with a season mark
of five victories, six losses.
The Tigers got him off to a
1-0 lead in the second inning on
Pat Mullin's triple against the
right field screen and sal Wag-
ner's ground single past second
base, but there the Detroit at-
tack died.
Washington, blanked with a
single hit for the first three
frames, climbed even in the fourth
when Eddie Yost singled and Ed
Stewart slammed a triple to left
that made it 1-1.
The Nats then jumped on Hutch
in the fourth with a four-hit up-
rising that meant three runs and
the ball game.
Rookie Earl Wooten started it
with a single to left and took
second when Vic Wertz fumbled
the ball. After catcher Al Evans
lined out, Masterson lashed his
triple to center, scoring Wooten.
Yost walked and Hutchinson
got Al Kozar on strikes for the
second out. Two straight
smashes through the .box, by
Gil Coan and Stewart, each pro-
duced a run and Hutchinson was
relieved by Houtternan, who got
the side out.
The Senators scored twice more
in the eighth off Houtteman but
didn't need the runs to crack a
Tiger jinx that had brought De-
troit a sweep of its first six games
here.
Seven Tigers shared in the 12-
hit Detroit attack with at least
one of the blows coming in every
inning but the seventh, but
Masterson scattered the licks
sufficiently to take his seventh
win.-#
Hutchinson, Mullin, George Kell
and Hoot Evers each got two hits
but the Tigers left 11 runners
stranded.
The same clubs meet again to-
morrow in an afternoon game
with Hal Newhouser slated to try
for his 15th victory. Early Wynn
was the Washington nominee.
* * *
CHICAGO, July 21-(P)-The
Brooklyn Dodgers continued their
torrid pace in the National League
pennant race today, sweeping a
doubleheader from the Chicago

Yesterday's Results
Washington 6, Detroit 1
New York 7, Cleveland 3
Cleveland 12, New York 8
Boston 3, Chicago 1
Chicago at Boston (2nd game
night)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (night)
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Cubs, 9-3 and 7-1 to strengthen
their grip on second place.
Since Burt Shotton took over
from Leo Durocher, the Dodgers
have won seven games and lost
only one.
Big Ralph Branca breezed to his
12 victory in the first game, scat-
tering eight hits while his mates
clubbed three Chicago pitchers
for 16.
Tommy Brown and Jackie Rob-
inson led the Dodger attack by
collecting three hits apiece.
Dutch McCall held the Dodg-
ers hitless for five innings in the
second game but the Brooks,
with the aid of two errors, broke
his spell by scoring four runs .in
the sixth.
Bruce Edwards stole home with
the Brooks fifth run in the seventh
inning and he completed the
Dodger scoring by belting a two:
run homer in the ninth.
NEW YORK, July 21-)--)
Sparked by Jim Hegan's grand
slam home run in the eighth in-
ning, the league-leading Cleve-
land Indians came from behind
and beat the New York Yankees,
12-8, today after the Yanks had
won the opener of the double-
header, 7-3. The attendance was
67,133.f
Russ Christopher, fourth
Cleveland pitcher, was the night
cap winner.
In the opener, the Yanks sup-
ported the six-hit pitching of
Lefty Ed Lopat with a 12-hit at-
tack that included homers by Joe
DiMaggio, Billy Johnson, Cliff
Mapes and Phil Rizzuto. The vic-
tory was Lopat's seventh straight
and ninth of the season. Boudreau
drove in all Cleveland runs with
a homer and fly ball.
BOSTON, July 21-(P)-Joe
Dobson won his 12th game of
the season today as the Boston
Red Sox beat Chicago 3 to 1, in
the first game of an afternoon
and night doubleheader. The
only Chicago run came in the
8th when Seery was walked with
the bases full. Bob Doerr sidgled
twice, tripled and doubled for
a perfect day.
* * *
PITTSBURGH, July 21-()-
Johnny Blatnik's triple and Eddie
Miller's single in the top half of
the 10th gave the Philadelphia
Phillies the run they needed to-
day to whip the Pittsburgh Pirates
3-2 before a slim crowd of 6,797.
Both blows came off Elmer Sin-
gleton who relieved Elmer Riddle
in the eighth.

ATLANTA, July 21--UP)-Wil-
fred Crossley's on-again, off-again
putter was hot this afternoon as
the National Public Links cham-
pion crushed his fourth round op-
ponent, 5 and 4.
The champion, a Brooklyn in-
surance executive, sent Michael
Szwedko of Sharpsburg, Pa., reel-
ing and very nearly turned the en-
tire tournament into a "beat
Crossley" race.
Cards Par 71
In parring the 14 holes which
Szwedko lasted, Crossley brought
in his best medal play card of
the tournament, being played on
the par 71, 6,762-yard North Ful-
ton Park course.
Crossley's game was an infre-
quently seen perfect par round. He
was on every green in regulation
figures and did not three putt on
any of them.
In another fourth round after-
noon match William Waryan, the
number one man on the Univer-
sity of Minnnesota's golf team, de-
feated Bob Lyons, the number
one man on the Washington State
College team, 4 and 2.
Ohioans Meet in 4th Round
An all Ohio fourth rounder be-
tween Ralph Schneider, of Shaker
Heights and John Nowack of
Cleveland was won by Schneider,
one up. It was their first meeting.
Aubrey Turrentine, the Dur-
ham, N.C., pendulum golfer, had
a large gallery watching ' his vic-
tory over Joe Belton, Jr., of Day-
ton, Ohio by a big 4 and 3 mar-
gin.
Portland, Oregon, public links
ace Ben Hughes brought in a vic-
tory this afternoon ave' highly
regarded Clyde McEntire, Jr.,, of
Noblesville; Ind., 2 and 1.
Medal play scores soared in the

Ted Trullinger - Albert Clasen 4
match which Trullinger won 3 and
2. Trullinger, a Philadelphian sky-
rocketed to a six over par 41 in
the front nine while Clasen, a!
St. Paul brewery worker, blew to;
a 45.
Honolulu's hefty power hitter,
Charlie Makaiwa, came in with
his third straight comfortable
margin victory. This time over Ted
Grassi, of Erie, Pa. The Hawaiian
won 3 and 2 to swing into the
fifth round tomorrow morning,
The four low scorers in the
public links consolation round,
played on another Atlanta public
course, were : Clinton Sublett,
Liuisville, Ky., 69; Paul Wohlford,
Milwaukee, Wis., 70; Oliver Sleppy,
Los Angeles, 71; and Ted Lach,
Newcastle, Pa., 71.
Baseball's
Big Six

W
Cleveland .... 51
*Philadelphia 53
New York ... 48
*Boston......47
Detroit .......42
Washington . 37
*St. Louis ... 29
*Chicago .... 27
*-Playing night
Today's

L Pet.
31 .614
36 .596
36 .571
36 .566
42 .500
47 .440
51 .363
54 .333
games
Games

G.B.
1
3
4
9%
14%
20
23

W L Pet.
*Boston...... 50 34 .595
Brooklyn .... 43 38 .531
*St. Louis ... 41 39 .513
Pittsburgh ... 42 40 .512
*New York,. 40 39 .506
Philadelphia 41 45 .477
*Cincinnati .. 39 46 .459
Chicago.......35 50 .412
* -Playing night games
Today's Games

G.B.
5Y
7
7
72
10
11Y
152

Cleveland at New York-(night)
Feller (9-11) vs Raschi (10-4)
Chicago at Boston-(2)-Gilles-
pie (2-4) and Judson (2-3) vs
Kinder (3-5) and harris (2-7)
(night)-Stephens (2-4) vs Mc-
Cahan (1-3)
Detroit at Walshington-New-1
houser (14-6) vs Wynn (7-10)
Upset Scored
C itation hurtE
CHICAGO, July 21-(P)-Papa
Redbird, at odds of 231% to 1,
jolted 20,163 racing fans with the
second of two shocks at Arlington
Park today.
Papa Redbird galloped to an
upset victory at those juicy
odds in the $28,000 Dick Welles
Stake. This happened after the
Calumet Farm's famed Citation
produced the first shock by fail-
ing to start in the mile gallop
due to a pulled leg muscle.
The Calumet, however, raced its
great filly Bewitch, and Whirl
Blast, a son of Whirlaway. But
the best Bewitch could do was to
finish third while Whirl Blast, rid-
den by Jockey Eddie Arcaro,1
snatched fourth place. Secondl
place went to Shy Guy.

Boston at Cincinnati--Bickford
(6-2) vs Fox (4-4)
Brooklyn at Chicago-Roe (4-4)
vs Schmitz (9-9)
New York at St. Louis-(2)-
Jones (7-5) and Kennedy (0-3)
vs Pollet (6-4) and Brazle (6-5).
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh -
(2) -Donnelly (5-4) and Bicknell
(0-0) vs Sewell (4-3) and Higbe
(4-5)
Late Scores
Boston .................6 9 1
Cincinnati ............. 2 7 0
Spahn and Salkeld; Blackwell,
Peterson (8) and Lamanno
St. Louis..............17 21 0
Philadelphia............5 11 0
Fannin and Moss; J. Coleman,
Harris (3), Savage (5) and Guerra
Homers: StL: Moss Pha: Joost.
Chicago .................9 14 2
Boston .................10 10 0
Papish, Mulder (3), Caldwell
(9) and Tresh;
Ferriss, Palm (2), Johnson (4),
Llughson (9) and Batts.
New York ...............4 8 0
St. Louis.. ........... .....8 12 1
Brecheen and Rice
Poat, Konikowski and Cooper
Homers: N. Y. Rignez
La Paz, whose name means "The
Peace," is the world's highest
capitol. The World Book Encyclo-
pedia says the Bolivian city is 12,-
000 feet above sea level.

Yesterday's Results
Brooklyn 9, Chicago 3
Brooklyn 7, Chicago 1
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2
New York at St. Louis (night)
Boston at Cincinnati (night)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

*MMusial, Cards..
'*Williams, R S
Boudreau, Ind...
Pafko, Cubs ....
Kell, Tigers ....
Ashburn, Phillies

G AB
81 317
71 263
83 312
79 297
66 244
83 330

11
124
102
110
104
83
112

Pet.
.392
.388
.353
.350
.340
.339

RUNS BATTED IN
AMERICAN LEAGUE
*Stephens, Red Sox 78
DiMaggio, Yankees 78
Gordon, Indians 75
NATIONAL LEAGUE
*Mize, Giants 70
*Musial, Cardinals 70
Kiner, Pirates 69
*-Night Games

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Feature at
1:38 - 3:35 - 5:32 - 7:29 - 9:29

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All merchandise in this sale is from our regular stock
of fine furnishings and clothing.

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WANTED TO BUY
MODEL A FORD. Call 2-3143; 604 S.
State; Al Greffenius. )56
BUSINESS SERVICES
PERSONALIZED alterations - Prompt
service-custom clothes. Hildegarde
Shop, 109 E. Washington, Tel. 2-4669.
) 78
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS for men $5 to $7.50 week until
Sept. 15 only-Breakfast optional.
1319 Hill St. )35
PERSONAL
ANY ORNITHOLOGIST desiring free
ride to Kellogg Bird Sanctuary this
Saturday. Call Anne Hainsworth, Dex-
ter, 3201. ) 55
LOST: One sailor who has strayed from
home leaving me with child. All is
forgiven. If seen please tell him to
go to Hill. Will be there Friday and
Saturday. Poor Fanny. )43

HELP WANTED

TYPIST-Accurate, dependable. 5 half
days a week. Bloomfields, 308 S. State.
) 42
THE CHI PSI FRATERNITY whose gen-
eral headquarters are permanently
located at 1705 Washtenaw Avenue
desires an intelligent girl able to take
dictation and do general office work.
A 36 hour week under best working
conditions and the quiet and inde-
pendence of a small office. Perm-
anent position. Vacation with pay.
For appointment, phone 4617. )45
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Black pocket notebook-labelled
"Harvard Cooperative Society," Re-
ward. Call Clawson, Tel. 2-9130. )51
LOST--Billfold. North side entrance,.
Michigan Union, about 6:30 p.m.
Thursday. Return to desk at Michi-
gan Union. or send to Hamont Swan-
son, 1818 Paris, S.E., Grand Rapids,
Mich. Very liberal reward. )40
WANTED TO RENT
FRATERNITY NEEDS accommodations
for eight men. Washtenaw section
preferred. Call Ed Sandell, 2-0249, 4-
7 p.m. )54
A DOUBLE ROOM for fall and con-
tinuing semesters by two brothers.
Well-behaved. Reference from former
college. Box 127, Michigan Daily. )53
SINGLE or share double room for fall
near campus. Doesn't smoke or drink.
Will keep room in orderly condition.
3-year legal student. Write Box 125,
Michigan Daily. )17
FOR SALE
SERVI-CYCLE, 6 mos. old. Just over-
hauled. Perfect condition. $175. Call
Ypsi 3154XR. )52
MERCURY II camera, f2.9, speed to
1/1000 sec. Leather case. Perfect con-
dition. $45. Ring Barany 2-3143, eve-
nings 6-9. )47
9 CU. FT. CROSLEY Shelvador refrig-
erator and wardrobe trunk. 1047 Wo-
burn Court, Willow Run. )49
FULL SIZE boys' hike. Good condition.
Good tires, $18. 301 N. 7th. 2-5190. )48
MEN'S BALLOON tire bike. Excellent
condition. Phone John Dunn. 2-7946.
) 46
1939 DESOTO-Radio, heater, very clean
$695. Call Ypsi 3545W3. )41
ANTIQUES-Cherry tables. Chests 4
hwtrrnr n chiri 5 : m honkaa m

WANTED
WANTED: Sewing--dress making, re-
pairs and alterations. Mrs. Living-
ston, 315 S. Division St. )50
ROOM for married nurse near School
of Public Health. Fall semester. De-
sires breakfast and evening meals if
possible. Call 2-4471, Rni. 2030, be-
tween 6:30 and 7:00 p.m. )44
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sizes from 14-32 thru 161/-35 (included in this group are many dif-
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A select group of Sport Coats .................... Formerly to $55.00
All wool tropical worsted Suits .................Formerly to $65.00
All Sport Shirts-both long and short sleeves . . . . . . Formerly to $11.50
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