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Vol. 2—No. 39 U. S. Navy Pre-Flight School, Chapel Hill, N. C. Saturday, June 10, 1944 ..I III-—■■ II I HI ■ill. I. II ,„..i „iir' I nr I —" r; --rin Cloudbusters Win Ration League The Runner IVas Safe But Did Not Score THIRD BASEMAN McDonald arrived safe at first to start the fifth inning when he beat Wimbrow’s throw to Bob Houghton, Duke pitcher. The Cloudbusters, however, failed to do any damage as Houghton proceeded to gtrikeout Pearson and Siegneur and force Coccitti to fly out to short. The Pre-Flighters won the game, 1 to 0. Movie Schedule Five Officers Promoted June 1 By Alffav 99 AlNav 99, effective June 1,1944, brought promotions to four lieu tenants (junior grade) and one ensign, all of whom have been serv ing in those ranks prior to April 15, 1943. The four Pre-Flight officers pro moted to the rank of senior lieu tenant are navigation training of ficers: Francis B. Evans, Louis B, Jensen, Lonnie Langston, and Ross W. Matheson. The ensign promoted to lieuten ant (jg) is Nancy M.' M. Winn, (SC)W-V(S), assistant disburs ing officer. Personnel Changes Lieut, (jg) Donald L. Elser, USNR, assistant coach, track, and Lieut, (jg) Morris A. Deutsch, USNR, assistant coach, soccer, were detached during the past week and will report to COMAIR- LANT, Norfolk, Va. for duty. Alfred A. Powell, Y3c, and Theodore E. Weatherman, Sk3c, USN, arrived during the past week from NAPTCRO, Kansas City, Mo., for duty at this station. All-Station Dance Planned for June 17 An outdoor dance for all per sonnel of the Pre-Flight School will be held on the outdoor basket ball courts in back of Navy Hall next Saturday from 2100 to 2400. Music for the all-station dance will be furnished by the Pre-Flight orchestra, and free refreshments will be served. Sat., June 10—Free movie at Village Theatre, “Wintertime” with Sonja Henie and Jack Oakie. Feature starts at 1938 and 2110. Complete show one hour, 30 min utes. Sun., June 11—Free movie at Village Theatre, “Ladies Coura geous” with Loretta Young and Geraldine Fitzgerald. Feature starts at 1327 and 1507. Complete show one hour, 40 minutes. Gaulin’s Single Scores Bill Hoos To Beat Duke Paul Gaulin’s single into left field with one down in the last of the 15th inning gave the Cloud busters the Ration League title and a 1 to 0 victory over Duke University here Wednesday after noon before 1,000 fans. Until the Pre-Flighters pushed across their winning marker. Bob Houghton of Duke, and Ed Sieg neur and Ed O’Neill of Pre-Flight had hooked up in a pitchers’ duel second to none seen on Emerson Monday night at 1900 in the Pine Room of Lenoir Hall the newly crowned Ration League champions will be feted with a banquet by the Cloudbuster Athletic Associa tion. Field in years. All three pitchers received excellent support afield as both teams came up with spec tacular plays, especially when the chips were down. Catcher Bill Hoos, who had re placed Coccitti in the ninth, start ed the locals to victory when he led off with a single to start the 15th. Pitcher O’Neill followed and layed down a perfect bunt to advance him to second. Then Gau- lin, with the count two and two, singled to left to break up the ball game. It was a tough contest for Houghton to lose. In his last start against the Cloudbusters he pitch ed nine scoreless innings, and un til Gaulin’s game-winning blow the streak of goose eggs had continued to 23. During the early part of the game Duke missed several scoring opportunities. In the first inning, See BASEBALL, page 3

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