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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wertz' Bat Leads

Tigers to

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Eig Leagues on War Status

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Major League Standings

CINCINNATI -(p)- Baseball
ommissioner A. B. Chandler an-
ounced the national defense list
Iles, as adopted by Organized
.aseball during World War II,
ave been re-activated as of yes-

terday for major league baseboll.
The original national defense
list regulations, Chandler ex-
plained, were adopted so that
baseball players would retain their
status.1

AMERICAN LEAGUE

* * *

W
Detroit 60
New York 60
Cleveland 60
Boston 55
Washington 44
Chicago 39
St. Louis 34
Philadelphia 34
TODAY'S

L Pet.
34 .638
36 .625
38 .612
43 .561
50 .468
60 .394
62 .354
63 .351
GAMES

GB
1
2
7
16
23 2
27
271/

NATIONAL
.W
Philadelphia.. 59
St. Louis 54
Brooklyn ... .52
Boston ...:.. 53
New York . ... 45
Chicago......41
Cincinnati .i.. 39
Pittsburgh. ... 34

LEAGUE
L PCT.
40 .596
41 .568
40 .565
41 .564
47 .489
51 .446
56 .411
61 .358

GB
3
3
31/2
102
142
18
23

New York at Detroit -- Rey-
nolds (9-8) vs. Trout (6-2).
Washington at Cleveland (night)
Kuzava (5-7) or Marrero <5-6) vs.
Lemon (16-4).
Boston at St. Louis (night) -
McDermott (6-2) vs. Widmar (5-7)
or Johnson (3-2).
Philadelphia at Chicago -
Scheib (2-6) or Wyse (5-9) vs.
Scarborough (8-12).

TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati- at Philadelphia -
(night) - Snith (1-3) vs. Church
(4-1).
St.'Louis at Boston (night) -
Brazle (8-4) vs. Sain (14-7).
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn - Mac-
Donald (5-4) vs. Roe (13-6).
Chicago at New York (2) -
Dubiel (4-4) and Lade (5-5) vs.
Hearn (2-1) and Jansen (11-7).

.SALE
SPORT COATS

IM ROUNDUP:
Ed's Boys Meet Hardrocks
For Softball Championship

in all wool
PLAIDS
HERRI NGBONES
or DIAGONALS
Suitable 'for Fall
in three-button and
two-button styles.
SALE PRICED AT
$1 95
regularly $25.00
GABARDINE SLACKS
to complete your outfit.
$7.95 up

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By MARV EPSTEIN
Jim Murphy pitched his Ed's1
Boys into the finals of the in-,
tramural softball championshipsi
which will be held this evening at]
Ferry Field by throwing two-hit;
ball in defeating the Chemistry
club, 4-0, yesterday.
Ed's Boys will meet the Hard-
rocks at 6:30 p.m. for the IM
crown. The Hardrocks earned the
right to participate in the finals
by knocking off Fletcher Hall
Monday evening, 12-9.
TYPEWRITERS
RENTED
SOLD
BOUGHT
REPAIRED
STUDENT SUPPLIES ,
G.l. Requisitions
Accepted on Supplies Only
MORRI LL'S
314 S. State St. . Ph. 7177
fountain pens repaired

ED'S BOYS are favored to win
the championship, primarily be-
cause of Murphy's sensational
pitching. He has a no-hitter to
his credit and at no time this sea-
son has let in more than four hits.
Meanwhile, on the tennis
front, singles and doubles cham-
pionships will be decided this
week. In singles, Tom Craig will
play the winner of a quarter-
finals match between Tom Un-
gerleider and George Steinmetz,
the victor in that round to tack-
le the winner of the semi-final
go between Marty Dekker and
Charles Penhaligen for hte sin-
gles crown.
Coach Newt Loken, in charge of
IM tennis, hailed this summer's
turnout as the largest number of
participants since the end of World
War II. .More than 30 students
signed up for doubles play and 54
entered the singles tournaments.
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Specializing in.
" crew cuts
" short cuts
" personality styles
--7 hair cutters --
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Liberty off State

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