THE MICHICGAN DAI1LY'
!i Fische Play to Tie festy who scored 77 and 78 respec-
ature Play-off of tively. The former defeatedI Berge-
~EL.li'n 21/-1/,. while Lenfesty complete-
rnoQ9 s tche. Ily subdued Schloss to the tune of
:3-0, although the hard fighting
-teamwmatch betwee~n ' freshman was never very far be-
the Var ty ad Fres- h ind, and finished the round in 82.
s held yesterdfay after- Eddie Dayton had matters all his'
ted ina 9-0~ tie. TIle) own way in decisively defeatig
ee to' hawve h6match.Dic Lvinigston, 3-0. LivingstonI
under con'tro up t tefound the goig pretty tough all
nt, as they were faing 'through the afternoon, especially in
h only o e°pJ~ch ll 4 his iron play. Loveland played well
eee actb, e~f to~ hold Jolly to a tie, in another
Iiz9 us alzzliaiztfs hard fought match.
'd at er : ie eces To MVeet City College.'
dis $ p, o ie The n °ttri yesterday provided anj
r'i ihttYzo the Iay was excellent workout for the Varsity
yton and Fisher, the in preparation for their match on
cains 'pf. the two Saturday with Detroit City College.
'cheded eypsi p. The l4ccording to reports emanating
SVarsity catin ier rom the Auto City the City College
up the firtrie, crd bys are not to be taken lightly and
6. H sDppO 4 lttleon are apt t~o sprinlg som~ething of a
ig in, o$ever'nabl- surprise on Coach1 Truebood a.nd
clig opponent to stave hisundfeted outfit.
Bot tunedin medal A comnplete sumayo etr'.- 1dysmthsflos ~so ?
Takes Next B~est. Fischerl11/2; Lenfesty 3, Schloss 0;
best cards for the dlay Livingston 0, E. Dayton 3; Hleppes
Iin by Hand an'd Len- 1/2, Plaksin 21/2i Jolly 11/2, Loveland
11/; Hand 2 2, C. Bergelin. 1/2.
iMACKMEN BEAT SOX
IN 11]'-INNING 0GAME1
Connie Mack's boys held their
own in the American League yes-
terday by winning an 11-inningl
contest from the White Sox at Chi-
cago. The Windy City contingent
went into the lead in the fifth and
held until the A's picked up a ,run
in each of the eighth and ninth
braces. Then followed a scoreless
tenth and the World's cham~pions
stepped out in the eleventh to roll
uip two more runs to' take a 7 to '6
win from the Sox.
Averill's home run did. not bring
victory to the Cleveland club host-
ever, for the Nationals took the
game 9 to 3 under the hurling arm
of Brown, while Ferrell, Schoffner,
and Bean in turn" failed to turn
back the tide for the Indians to
come from behind.
The :Detroit Tigers collected an-
other victory from the Boston Amer-
icans in the Auto city by using
eleven hits to tally two runs from
Gaston, while the Red sox batted
out eight hits for only one run.
jWhitelhlll di~d the mound duty for,
Dtrsoicorydb thr) e inr,;onthe
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bability either Ekiiovich or plate, Travers possessing far better
ding will run in the 440 with ,control than McKay. Of the other
,den and Turner in ti he haf ile mP en who took part in the game,
1' Mike Diffley, catching for the Var-
Vofe wili carry the Wolverines' sity, and Moody, playing. first for
,den in the mile, and Austin andI the Substitutes, were outstanding.
well in the two-mile. Egleston Diffley contributed one hit and
1 Haefle will work in the high bothered McKay considerably when
dies and probably Egleston and on the base-paths, in addition to
Baker in the lows, playing a heads-up game behind
oticeably weak in the field the plate.
ants the Michigan thinclads will - -
forced to rely upon the; sprints
i distance events to pull them
'ough. Apparently the final out- Thne
ne of the contest will hinge up-
the results of one or two events
-ox should be countedi for some T ie iho
nts in the hammer, and Pottle
ibe slated for a second in the 1119 South University
e vault. Dougal will toss the
elin and possibly the discus,
ie Goldsmith will throw the Custom- Made Suits
)t and discus.
lichigan's lack of high and 0 25
ad jumpers will count hleavily
inst them as they are liable to anid up
all three positions in onhe or
h~ of these. Noyes and Klein will-
emipt to gaina a ,place for the ALTERATION AND +
Ives in the broad jump, with RPI EVC
tll and Noyes seeking a couple RPI E~C
joints in high jump.
Formuerly Selling for
211 South Main
Mny of the Suits Listed Have Two Pairs of 'Trousers
50 two pats Suit, formerly $25 to $35
Frn is/ nn,,cat a Discount of 10 %
First National Bank Bldg.
Is No i in Its Second Week
Suits and Topcoats
Are Still Featured At Substantial Discounts
$29.50 Suits ..
Im"I I Ego. 99 IN
$33.50 Suits ........ f..... $26.45
$3.0Suits ..... . . . . s"s" . ""$29.75
$42.50 Suits....... . ,. .f . .$33.75
$40.40 ocoat- s
0 f ! f q s 4 4
Our. entire stock of fine colored 'shirts collar atached
is being offered yqu in two groups.
There's Still a Good Selection.
BOYS' 2--Pant SUITS
Three for $.75
_ " ... °$14.45,
Three for $6.00
$22.50 Sui ts....... . .. $17,9
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