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EE-Southpaw. War-
hurled his fourth
>ry over Cincinnati
the Braves defeated
5-4, and took over
LeagUc lead from'
Cardinals, who lost
nd dropped one-half
ar percentage points
,ukee.
'as starte~r Hal Jeff-
ye up all five Mil-
nd surrendered the
ins, two of them un-

fped Washington on four hits for
his fourth shutoat of the season
as the, American League leading
Yankees socked the Senators, 4-0,
last night to stretch their lead to
seven games over Chicago.
Tunley, who now has an 8-3
record, lowered-his league leading
earned run average to 2.06. He
now has a string of 22 scoreless
innings.
Jim Lemion and Art Schult were
the only two Nats to solve Turley,
getting back-to-back singles in
the fourth and seventh innings.

Pes 4 Senatprs 0
RK-Bob Turley stop-:

Cubs 8, Cardinals 2
ST. LOUIS-Pitcher Bob Rush

eau Fired as Pilot
rtsas City Athletics

and the Chicago Cubs knocked off
the St. Louis Cardinals last night,
8-2, and pushed them into second
place in the National League.
Centerfielder Bob Speake drove'
in three runs with a homer and a
sacrifice fly and executed an im-
portant and fancy first-inning
catch.
* * *
Athletics 3, White Sox 2
CHICAGO -'The Kansas City
Athletics presented newly appoint-
ed Manager Harry Craft with a
3-2 victory over the Chicago White
Sox" last night to snap a seven-
game losinig streak.
Craft was named manager of
the A's earlier yesterday after Lou
Boudreau had been fired.
Boudreau watched the first six
innings from a box behind the
Kansas City dugout and then left
the park.. ,
Home runs by Woody Held and
Billy Martin plus a.sacrifice fly
by Held provided the' A's with all
their runs and southpaw Alex
Kellner with his fifth victory
against tour losses.
* *
Indians 5, Tigers 1
DETROIT-The Cleveland In-
dians cut loose with three home
runs off rightha'nder Jim Bunning'
and whipped the Detroit Tigers,
5-1, last night behind the eight-
hit nit-ping of Don Mossi.L
The loss dropped the Tigers into
sixth place in the American
League.

Giants 5, Dodgers 0
BROOKLYN-Bobby Thomson,
the old Dodger-killer, tripled twice
and drove it three ri's for the
New York Giants last night as
Curt Barclay gained his first ma-
jr-league shutout with a five-
hitter that beat Brooklyn, 5-0.
* * *
Orioles 2, Red Sox 1
BALTIMORE-Ray Moore and
Kenny Lehman held the Boston
Red Sox to just five hits last night
wvhile Willie Miranda knocked in
iboth/runs for a 2-1 Baltimore vic-
tory.
The victo- 'notimore's fifth

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place,

Pirates 5, Phillies 3
PITTSBURGH - Ronnie Kline
of Pittsburgh whipped the Phila-
ci'phia Phillies,.5-^ '--- night on
five hits as the Pirates snapped an
eight-game losing streak.
The Bucs, winning their first
game for new manager Danny
Murtaugh, tallied the winning
markers in the seventh on a pair,
of singles, an error by Ed Bou-
chee and a sacrifice fly by Frank
Thomas.

put the Orioles in

fifth

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Major League Standings

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LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
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3 .96 2.40 3.55
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet.
New York 70 35 .667
Chicago 62 41 .602
Boston 56 48 .538
'Cleveland 52 53 .495
Baltimore 51 53 .490
Detroit 50 53 .485
Washington 39 67 .368
Kansas City 37 67 .356

GB
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Milwaukee
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

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Pct:
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

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R -- Lou Boudreau,
League ianager
cept one since' 1942,
erday by the Kansas
s and replaced by
aches, -Harry Craft.
the 40-yr.-old Bou-
ermine whether he
'kicked upstairs" by
anaged since the A's

This city is becoming a grave-
yard of big league managers,
Bobby Bragan of the Pittsburgh
Pirates-being fired here Saturday
and also being displaced by one of
his coaches, Danny Murtaugh.
As in Bragan's case, Boudreau's
release was not unexpected. It
came in a 49-word'announcement
by Arnold Johnson, president of
the last-place A's, from his exec-
utive office at the Automatic Can-
teen Co. of America in the sprawl-
ing Merchandise Mart. 1

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 3, Chicago 2
New York 4, Washington 0
Baltimore 2, Boston 1
Cleveland 5, Detroit 1
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Washington ,at New York -Ps
cu' (8--) vs. Sturdivant (9-5).
Boston at Baltimore (N) -- Sulli-
van (9-6) or Fornieles (6-10) vs. John-
son (9-6).
Kansas City at Chicago -- Coleman
(0-6) vs. Wilson (11-7).
Cleveland at Detroit - Wynn (13-
12) vs. Maas (8-7) or Foytack (12-10).

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 3
New York 5, Brooklyn 0
Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 4
Chicago 8, St. Louis 2
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Chicago at St. Louis (N) - ;Bros-
nan (2-4) or 'Drott (9-9) vs. Weh-
meier (5-4).
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) -
Lawrence (11-8) vs. Conley (6-5).
New York vs. Brooklyn at Jersey
City (N) -- Antonelli (11-11) vs. New-
combe (9-9)..
Only games scheduled

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Institute in 'Survey Research Tech-
niques, auspices of the Survey Research
Center. "Economic Surveys in Britain."
Harold F. Lydail, Institute of Statistics;
Oxford University. 4:00 p.m., Wed., Aug.
7, Rackham Amphitheater.
j Plays
Tonight through Saturday, the De-
partment of Speech and the School of
Music present Smetana's comic opera,
"The Bartered Bride." Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theater. Curtain - 8 p.m..
-iConcerts,
Student Recital: William Race, candi-
date for the degree of Doctor of Musical

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Arts, will perform a piano recital at
8:30 p.m. Wed., Aug. 7, in the Rackham
Lecture Hall. Compositions by Haydn,
Scarlatti, Beethoven, Chopin, and :Sam-
uel Barber. Open to the public.

ert Vidal, Romance Languages and Lit-
eratures: French; thesis: "Villon, et La'
Critique Moderne," Thurs., Aug. 8,, 105
Romance Language Building, at 2:00
p.m. Chairman, E. B. Ham.

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Special Carillon Recital, 7:15 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 8, by Milford Myhre, re-
cently -appointed organist and'carillon-
neur' of Culver Military Academy, Cul-
ver, Indiana. Compositions by Van den.
" Gheyn,- Couperin, Byrd, Haydn, Perci-
val Price (Canadian Suite), Franco,
Myhre (Fantasy on a Chime-tunie), and
R. Johnson.
Academic Notices
Law School Admission Test: Candi-
dates taking the Law School Admission'
Test on May 4 are requested to report
to Room 100 Hutchins Hall at 8:45 a.m.
Saturday.
Classical Studies Coffee Hour for
members of the faculty, students, and
friends of the Department of Classical
Studies on Thurs., Aug. 8, at 4 p.m.,
East Conference Room, Rackham Build-.
ing. Professor Dunlap will speak on
the Michigan collection of inscriptions.
Seminar in Mathematical Statistics
Thurs., Aug. 8 at 4 p.m., in Room 3201,
A.H. M. M. Ali will continue his dis-
cussion of Anderson and Box's paper
on the effect of departures from as-
sumptions And 'the use of permutation
theory to derive robust test criteria.
Dr. Rosaura Garcia Tuduri, Profes-
sor of Philosophy, University of Villa-
nueva, Cuba, will be the main speaker
at the seventh meeting of La Sociedad
Hispanica, Thurs., Aug, 8, at 7:30 p.m.,
East Conference Room, Rackham Bldg.
Her: topic will be, "La Isla de Cuba,
Base Estrategica de America, y Fuente
de Cultura." There will be a period for
questions and discussion. Open to the
public.
Doctoral Examination for Emilio
Quial Edualino, Education; thesis: "The'
Relationship Between Successful Stu-
dent Teaching and Pre-Student Teach-
ing Experiences with Ohildren," Wed.,
Aug. 7, 1408 University Elementary
School, at 2:00 p.m. Charman, L. W.
Beach.
Doctoral Examination for Arvo Eph-
raim Lohela, Education; thesis: "En-
rollment Characteristics and Teacher
Preparation in Michigan Secondary
4017 University High School, at 3:30
p.m. Chairman, 'Lester Anderson.
Doctoral Examination for Elie Rob-

Plactement Notices
The following vacancies are listed
with the Bureau of Appointments for
the 1957-58 school year. They will not
be here to interview at this time.
Arlington Heights, Illinois -- Driver
Training.
Au. Gres, Michigan - Mathematics/
Industrial Arts.
Dearborn 6, Michigan (Township
School) - Elementary 1st, 6th).
- East Detroit, Michigan - JHS Me-
chanical Drawing/Mathematics; SHS
Mathematics: Industrial Arts/,Mechani-
dal Drawing.
Grand- Junction, Colorado - Speech
Therapist.
lowell, Michigan-Elementary (5th).
Hudson, Michigan - Jr. and Sr. High
Vocal Music; jnstrumentdi Music (4th-
12th); SHS Mathematics.
Louisville 8, Kentucky - Instrumhen-
tal Music.
Marysville, Michigan - Elementary
(5th); Metal Shop; Jr. and Sr. High,
Homemaking.
Michigan Center, Michigan -- Sci-
ence (primarily biology and physics)...
Ortonville, Michigan -- Band Direc-
tor.
Port Huron, Michigan -Special Edu-
cation (retarded).
Saskatoon, Canada-Women's Physi-
cal Education.
Sturgis, Michigan-Elementary (6th).
Waukegan, Illinois-Elementary (lot,'
3rd.)
Chelsea, Michigan-Elementary (5th,
6th).
For, additional information contact:
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-
ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
489.

Personnel Requests:
Saginaw County Girl Scout Council,
Inc., Saginaw, Michigan, is interested
in employing a woman with an A.B. or
B.S. degree for the position of Profes-
sional Staff Member. She will also serve
as Camp Director for the resident sum-
mer camp near Harrison. Should have
had considerable camping experience.,
Will also be working with key volun-
teers.
Shumin Ford Sales, Walled Lake,
Michigan, needs salesmen of high cali-
bre. Is interested in a recent gradu-
ate. No selling experience is necessary.
Good potential for advancement.
Muskegon Piston Ring Company,
Muskegon, Michigan, has openings for
a Supervisor of the Quality Control
Department and for an Industrial En-
gineer with from 3-5 years experience
in time study, methods, job evaluation,
etc. M.T.M. training would be helpful.
Ford Motor Company, Chassis Parts
Division, Macomb County, Michigan,
heeds a Secretary-Statistician who is'
proficient in shorthand (120/wpm) and
typing (70/wpm). Should also have an'
interest in Industrial Relations. Would
prefer a woman with at least 2 to 3
years of college and a background in
elementary statistics.
Stewart-Warner Corporation,. South:
Wind Division, Indianapolis 7, Indiana,
has openings for a Project Engineer in
design of heat transfer devices, a Test
Engineer in functional and environ-
mental testing of heat exchange -and
combustion heating devices, and a Met-
allurgist who deals with production
problems related to brazing of metals.
The Parker Pen Company, Janesville,
Wisconsin, is interviewing here on cam-
pus August 6 and 7. Mr. Lawrence F.
Peck is interested in talking to gradu-
ate Mechanical, Chemical, and Plastics
Engineers to fill several openings.
For further information contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Adminis-
tration Bldg., ext. 3371.

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