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PAGE SIX,

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T11UHM)AY, JULY 26, 1962

SPORTS SHORTS:
Piers Have
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-President Maurice
Podoloff of the National Basketball
Association, said yesterday the
Cleveland Pipers are ready to fur-
nish the $100,000 performance
bond required of all new members,
scotching reports the Pipers were
having trouble raising the neces-
sary entry money.
The money, Podoloff added, will
be delivered to the Board of Gov-
ernors at a special meeting of
NBA here next Monday.
* * *
U.S. Wins Diving
OSAKA, Japan-Louis Vitucci of
Hollywood, Fla., and Ron O'Brien,
former Ohio State star, gave the
visiting United States team a one-
two sweep yesterday in the 3-me-
ter spring board of the Japanese
National Swimming Champion-
ships.
Vitucci won with 157.39 points

NBA Money ABL
at the 50-meter outdoor Ogimachi
Pool. 0'Brien was second with
151.74 while Masayuki Tosa of
Japan was third with 143.49. By The Associat
The meeting was scheduled to CHICAGO-The o
be held at Tokyo but was shifted American Basketbal
here because of the severe water bounded scrappily fr
shortage in the capital city. Swim- of predicted demiseS
ming competition now will not, onigi iloe
nouncing it will oper
start until Saturday. Eight U.S. as a six-team loop
men and five U.S. girls are com- the rival National B
peting. sociation.
ABL Commissione
Koufax To Dress stein, owner of the
LOS ANGELES-Dodger pitcher jors, emerged from
pitcher Sandy Koufax will be back scribed "an enthusi
in uniform for tomorrow's game monious" two-days
against San Francisco, a team reeling league and a
spokesman said yesterday. One New M
Dr. Robert Woods, Dodger phy- 1) Two holdover
sician, said the ailment in Kou- New York Tapers an
fax's left index finger has im- Chiefs will shift to
proved much more rapidly than and Long Beach, Ca
expected. ver, Colo., will becom
ber
(Rounding outt
lineup are Saperstein

To Operate
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Reed Enters Quarterfinals
Of Pennsylvania Tourney

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ne-season old
ll League - re-
rom the brink
yesterday, an-
rate in 1962-63
and may sue
Basketball As-
er Abe Saper-
Chicago Ma-
what he de-
astic and har-
session of his
asserted:
ember
members, the
nd the Hawaii
Philadelphia
alif., and Den-
ae a new mem-
the six-team
n's Majors, the

Concerning the Cleveland Pip-
ers, whose owner George Stein-!
brenner almost quit the ABL dur-
ing last season, Saperstein declar-
ed:
It came to my attention earlier
that the NBA has scheduled a
nieeting of its board for next Mon-
day to welcome the Cleveland club
into its fold. If that is done, they
also will welcome a law suit."
Sends Telegrams
Saperstein simultaneously sentl
telegrams to NBA Commissioner
Maurice Podoloff in New York andj
Steinbrenner in Cleveland warn-
ing that the ABL still regarded'
the Cleveland Pipers as their mem-
ber.
His wire to Podoloff said: "We
have completed arrangements to-
day for the 1962-63 season for the
American Basketball League and
these plans include Cleveland and
all its personnel, including Jerry
Lucas. Do not continue your nego-
tiations in the Clevelan territory
or legal action will be taken to
prevent the National Basketball
League from destroying our league
and for any damages sustained."
Losses 'Considerable'
Saperstein, owner also of the
independent Harlem Globetrotters,
predicted his league still has a
future despite opening year finan-
cial losses he conceded were "con-
siderable."

By The Associated Press
HAVERFORD, Pa. - Whitney
Reed, top-seeded contender from
Alameda, Calif., reached the quar-
ter-final round of the 63rd Penn-
sylvania Lawn Tennis Champion-
ship yesterday by defeating Clark
Graebner of Lakewood,Ohio, 6-2,
6-2, at the Merion Cricket Club.
Reed, the first ranking player
of the United States, scored on his
second- match point with a fore-
hand passing shot as Graebner
rushed to the net.
Fred Stolle of Australia's Davis
Cup team also moved into the
quarterfinals with a victory over
Michigan tennis captain Ray Sen-
kowski, 6-3, 6-1. Allen Fox of Los
Angeles will meet Stolle, as Fox
defeated Eugene Scott, St. James,
N. Y., 6-4, 6-4. In another match
Bill Bond of La Jolla, Calif., turn-
ed back Roger Worksman ofLos
Angeles, 6-3, 6-4.
Cliff Drysdale, South African
Davis Cup player, earned a match
with Reed today by defeating Har-
ry Hoffmann Jr. of Philadelphia,
6-0, 6-3. Drysdale won the match
from 3-all in the second set with
fast serving and two-handed shots
from back hand.
Junior Champ Wins
Charles Pasarell, the U.S. junior
champion from Puerto Rico, also
won his third round match, 7-5,
6-4, over Jaidip Mukerjea, Indian
Davis Cup player from' Calcutta.
Mukerjea lost a set point in the
ninth game of the first set and lost
a lead of 4-1 in the second set.
Ned Neely of Atlanta, Ga., won
from George Sokol, Bryn Mawr,

Pa., 6-2, 6-3, after Sokol fought
cff one roatch point it the eighth
game and three more in the ninth.
Women's Bracket
Justina Bricka, fourth seeded
player from St. Louis, Mo., reach-
ed the quarterfinal round of the
Women's Championship by rally-
ing from 5-6 -°n the third set to de-
feat Tory Fretz of flarrisburg, Pa.,
6-2, 3-6, 8-6. in a match featured
Ly Miss Fretz' severe serving and
driving.
Judy Alvarez, the country's
eighth ranking player from Tam-
pa, Fla., won her third-round
match, 7-5, 1-6; 6-0, over Carole
Caldwell, No. 9 in the national
rankings, fj om Santa Monica,
Calif. Miss Caldwell doublefaulted
in the final point. Miss Alvarez
played *ui excellent placement
game fron back coart.
Margaret Varner, Wilmington,
Del., qualified to meet Miss Bricka
today by defeating Carol Ann
Loop, of Arcadia, Calif., 6-4, 6-2.
Margaret Smith, the Australian
champion, qualified for a match
with Miss Alvarez by defeating the
seventh ranking U.S. player, Mar-
ilyn Montgomery, San Antonio,
Tex., 6-4, 6-0.

Do IT AGAIN!

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EVERYTHING, but EVERYTHING
IN THE STORE OFF!
Shirts Pants Suits

Kansas City Steers and the Pitts-
burgh Rens, all charter members
in last season's first ABL season.)
2) The ABL will sue the NBA if
the Cleveland Pipers, winners in
the ABL's inaugural season, are
accepted as a new member by the
NPA as scheduled next Monday.
League Won't Fold
Saperstein's fighting statement
came admidst flying rumors the
ABL would collapse because of
Cleveland's jump to the NBA and
announcement the San Francisco
Saints were quitting the ABL.

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Jackets
Rain Coats
Knit Shirts
Bermudas

Sport Coats
Dress Shirts
Sweaters
Ties

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1ST PLACE PLAYOFFS
Terrace Tigers 14, Chemical
Engineering 3
Pharm. 'A' 6, Phid. A. C. 4

SALE
150 Suits
from 39.95 and more
now $29 ,95
A select group of
fine quality
Stein Block
Capps
at 25% off
plus Alterations
SPORT COATS
Summer and Winter
Weights
32.50 and more
24.95

Major League Standings

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Bathing Suits
OPEN TODAY FROM 9 A.M. TILL 10 P.M.
EVERYTHING 25% OFF
Jodjs
Triumph Over Tradition"
1209 SO. UNIVERSITY-across from Campus Theatre

AMERICANl

New York
Los Angeles
Minnesota
Cleveland
Baltimore
Chicago
Detroit
Boston
Kansas City
Washington

LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
57 38 .602 -
55 42 .567 3
54 45 .545 5
50 45 .526 7
50 49 .505 9
50 50 .500 912
46 50 .479 1ixz
45 52 .463 13
43 56 .434 16
36 . 59 .376 21

NATIONAL
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
Houston
Chicago
New York

LEAGUE
WV L -Pct.
68 35 .661
66 36 .647
60 40 .601
57 41 .581
56 45 .556
52 49 .514
46 57 .447
36 62 .367
37 65 .363
24 72 .249

GB
1--.
6y.
11
15
29?%
30
40%

STEIN & GOETZ Spotring
--"Your Friendly Dealer"-

Goods

BARGAIN DAYS SPECIALS

Golf Equipment

Baseball Gloves

& Bats

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 4-4, New York 2-6
Washington 4, Chicago 3
Minnesota 7, Detroit 6
Cleveland at Kansas City (inc.)'
Baltimore at Los Angeles (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at New York
Chicago at Washington (n)
(Only games scheduled)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 2
Milwaukee 11, New York 4
Los Angeles 5, St. Louis 2
Cincinnati 13, Pittsburgh 6
San Francisco at Houston (inc.)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Milwaukee
Pittsurgh at Cincinnati (n)
(Only games scheduled)

Badminton Rackets
Adjustable Voit Swim Fins
Plus many other Items
206 E. WASHINGTON ST.-DOWNTOWN
THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY

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ear00gain Days
C 10 A1III S
Coosal Sale'
FABULOUS SAVINGS ON ALL
CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
DOOR BUSTER (60
89 WASH 'N WEAR SUITS including Seersuckers, $ fl
cords, and poplins. (Soiled or slight imperfections).
Values to 39.50 at a give-away price of............
SPORT COATS $ 00
ONLY 18 to SELL. (Slight imperfections). Our price
for this special events.......................only
B1ERMUDAS
Including genuine India Madras. (Slight imperfections).
6.95 Values. Bargain Day Special Price.............
SAVE - SLACKSAVE
Four Groups-688 pairs to sell

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N ECKWEAR
1.50 Values...........2 for 1.95
2.50 to 3.50 Ties... .now 2 for 2.95
SHOES
NUNN BUSH EDGERTON SHOES
23.95 to 24.95 13.95 to 17.95
14.95 9.95
HOSIERY ... 2 for 1.39
Values $1.00 and more-A large selection

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some of our

of merchandise
biggest mistake

represents
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NECKWEAR . . . .".". . .96
(Our buyer is having his eyes examined!)

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Slipover and Cardigan-McGregor's
10.95 to 26.95
1x2Of f

SPORT SHIRTS

. . . . 2.88

(There are some real dogs here.)
DRESS SHIRTS . . . . . 1.92
(Call 'um what you will, at least they cover.)
HOSE . . . . . . . . . . .96
(We went to great lengths, both short and
long, to make our errors!)

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GROUP 1
1.88
Mostly cottons a n d
odd lots.

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your choice
at 3.95
WHILE THEY LAST
Dress Shirts ... 2 for 5.95
Colored and White -Values 4.25 to 5.95
BATH ROBES
One large group -All Special Priced
Summer and Winter Weight
Sport Shirts ... 2 for 5.95
Long and Short Sleeve -Values 4.50 to 7.95
2 Off Rack
Clam Diggers Swim Coats

GROUP 2
2.88
Dacron®/Cottons
Dacron®/Rayons
Values to 7.95

GROUP 3
4.88
Better D r e s s Slacks
includinguwool flan-
nels. Values to 9.95

GROUP 4
6.88
Group includes w o o I
gabardines, worsteds
a n d Dacron®/worst-
eds. Values to 18.95

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We did! We will be open till

LONG-SLEEVE
SPORT SHIRTS
Special Group, 69
Values to 6.95. 3
Take your pick at

POLO SHIRTS
Values to 4.95.
While they last,.
SWEATERS

WOOL PONCHOS
Special Group8
Were 9.95
NOW . . . .
TROPICAL SUITS

8:30 Thursday night trying to reduce our
embarrassment, Friday till 5:30, still try-
ing, and Saturday till 1:00 for those who

want more

of these little

gems.

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CAR COATS

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