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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Quarter-Milers
Make Popular
Track Captains
Ed Russell And DeBaker
Followed By Ellerby;
All Prominent 440 Men
If you want to be track captain at
Michigan you have to be good-look-
ing, afable and a fast quarter-miler.
We don't know why, but that's the
way it is. First Ed Russell, then
Chuck DeBaker and now Tom Eller-
by.
All three men are, or have been,
prominent in Conference 440 circles.
They ran on the
mile relay team'
together last year
and set a new rec-
ord in the Big Ten
meet. Russel was
the best quarter-
miler on the '32
s q u a d, DeBaker:
was the fastest on
the '33 squad and
Ellerby promises
to lead the pack
next year.'L
Tom hails from E
Birmingham, where he was a star
in football and track. He showed
promise during his freshman year,
and stepped into the limelight as a
sophomore. In the Conference out- I
door meet he placed third, with Rus-
sell winning and DeBaker taking
fourth. This year he changed places
with DeBaker, placing fourth.
Tom is the older member of a
brother act which may develop into
something next year. His brother
Dick has been outstanding on the
freshman squad as a quarter-miler,
and promises to go places as a soph-
omore.
ITahn Annexes
Frosh Tourney;-I
Beats Dreyfus
Howard Kahn annexed the fresh-
mai tennis title by virtue of his vic-
tory over Dreyfus in a match that
went three sets on the Ferry Field
courts yesterday. The scores were,
7-5, 2-6, and 6-1. Kahn comes from
New York and played on the Eras-
mus High School team. He recently
won the Cranbrook tournament in
Michigan and has reached the semi-
finals in the university All-Campus
tournament.
The varsity tennis captaincy will
be voted upon tomorrow and the
varsity letters and freshman numer-
als will be announced.

PLAY &
BY- PLAY
-By AL N EWMAN-
World's Fair Exhibit
Among the exhibits at the Chicago
World's Fair this summer will prob-
ably be some Michigan athletes . . .
uncaged and in their natural habi-
tat, the gridiron. Western and Mid-
western teams of graduate stars will
clash in what promises to be a his-
tory-making intersectional battle on
August 24.
Three former Wolverine stars have
been asked to play. Harry Newman,
Ivan Williamson,
and M ay n a rd
Morrison are the
players invited.
Newman, accord-
ing to report, will
accept and is to
captain and
quarterback the
eleven. Other
prominent grid-
ders who have
been invited are
Berry of Illinois,
Hoffman, Kurth, NEWMAN
and Harris, of
Notre Dame; Munn, Robinson, Man-
ders, and Wells of Minnesota; Kabat
of Wisconsin; Ely of Nebraska;
Fencl, Rentner, Marvil and Riley of
Northwestern; Horstmann and Moss
of Purdue; Keckick of Indiana; and
Hinchrman of Ohio State.
Ivan Williamson was undecided as
to whether to accept because of his
old knee injury. Then, too, it would
mean 10 days of training in the heat
of midsummer since the gridders will
arrive on the fourteenth of the
month for the game on the twenty-
fourth. During the training period,
they will serve as
demonstrators in
the coaching
school conducted"
by Dick Hanley of
North western.
Howard Jones will ..
coach the Far-s
Westerners.
Railroad f a r e f
and the maximum
daily allowance for
expenses author-
ized under A.A.U. ,W.19-i AMSON_
rulings will be af-
forded the players, who will stay in
fraternity houses on the Northwest-
ern campus. Banquets and dances
are planned for the grid stars as well
as the best of opportunities to see the
exhibits of the World's Fair.
The game itself promises a well-
balanced contest between Midwestern
and Far-Western players and tactics.

Avon Artz Will
Lead Baseball
Team In 19341
Fourteen Players Receive!
Varsity Letters; Only
Three Will Graduate

Eaesan Named As
'34 Baseball Manager
Charles Ehresman, '34, of Utica,
N. Y., was named yesterday as the
manager for the baseball team for
the 1934 season. The Assistant
Managership was given to Willard
Banyon, '34, of Benton Harbor.
Four sophomores were named as
Junior Assistant Managers: Albert
Friedman, Cleveland Heights, O.;

Johnny Fischer
Is Captain Of

MAJOR LEAGUE
STANDING S
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Gary Bunting, Ann Arbor; Wm.
Avon Artz., .,'34, of Detroit, was Cavanaugh, Grand Rapids; Joseph
elected captain of the Wolverine Karpinski, Ann Arbor. The job as
baseball team for the 1934 season at Junior alternate was given to Wm.
a meeting of the letter winners yes- McFate, Oil City, Pa.
terday.
At the same time Varsity letters Sorosis Beats
were awarded to 14 regular players,
while five members of the squad re-
ceived secondary awards.,
Artz Leads in Batting T TTe
Artz has played regularly in the
Wolverine outfield for two years and
led the team in batting this spring. In a game featuring every baseball
Members of the team agree that he play except errors, Sorosis swamped
bas the "ginger" to make a capable the diamond team from Jordan hall
and inspiring leader next year. m yesterday afternoon to corner the
With only three regular players {women's Intramural baseball chai-
With d oinly thrs egar, Cpionship for 1933. The battle .ended
graduating this year. Coach Ray wt ooi ntergtedo
Fisher should be able to put a vet- sor on the right end oa
eran nine upon the field next spring. Proutyrstarted the fire-works ir
The loss of Captain Mike Diffley the first inning by connecting for a
behind the bat will leave the biggest circuit. the first time at bat. Camp-
hole, while Ken Manuel, shortstop bell and Sabin retaliated in kind for
and first baseman, and Gene Braen- Sorosis in the same inning, while
dle, outfielder, will also be hard to re- Taylor and Mason also made scores.
place. Prouty scored again in the second
With Teitlebaum, Paulson, Oliver, for the Jordan team, as did Derby.
Waterbor, Regeezi, and Ware all In the third, Snyder, Kedney, and
available next year's infield should Haber were safe.
be well-nigh impenetrable. Sorosis Wins in Second
Petoskey May Catch The second inning was the win-

t

'34 Golf Team'
Will Defend CollegiateF
Title And Play In Many
Tourneys This Summer
John Fischer, of Cincinnati, was
elected captain of the 1934 VarsityI
golf team at a meeting of this year's
squad held yesterday. Fischer, Con-
ference champion for two years, isk
the outstanding college golfer in the
country, having won the NationalF
Collegiate title last summer in a
thrilling 36 hole match with Billy
Howell, Washington and Lee star.
Fischer has also established him- I
self as one of the country's out-
standing amateurs by virtue of his
showing in the last two National
Open's and last summer's National'
Amateur. In the 1931 National Open
the tall Ohioan was one of fourteen'
amateurs to qualify and last year was
one of ten, finishing second among
the simon-pures, two strokes behind
Johnny Goodman. In the National
Amateur at Balitmore last summer
Fischer led the entire field in the
qualifying rounds, finishing with a
weak 73 for a 36 hole total of 142,
tying the all-time record. He was de-
feated in the quarter finals by Fran-
cis Ouimet, the defending champion.
He is scheduled to defend his Na-
tional Intercollegiate title this sum-
mer as well as to play in the Na-
tional Open and the National Am-
ateur, the Western Amateur, the
Queens City Open, and the Ohio
Amateur tourneys.

W.
New York .......... 25
Philadelphia........21
Washington......... 24
Cleveland ...........23
Chicago ............20
Detroit .............17
St. Louis ...........16
Boston .............14
Detroit, 3-5-0, Rowe

L.
13
16
19
19
19
23
26
25
and

worth; Chicago, 1-5-3, Lyons, Fa-
ber, and Grube, Berry.
Cleveland, 3-10-1, Ferrell and
Spencer; St. Louis, 1-3-1, McDon-
ald, Wells and Shea.
Boston, 7-12-1, Johnson, Welch
and Ferrell; Washington, 5-13-0,
McAfee, Crowder, Thomas and Se-

Pet.
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.568
.558
.548
.513
.425
.381
.359
Hay-

Ferrell Pitches
3-Hit Game To
Be at Browns
St. Louis Cardinals Move
Into First Place By Win
From Chicago Cubs
CHICAGO, June 1'_(A)-Behind
the six-hit pitching of Dizzy Dean,
the St. Louis Cardinals yesterday
moved into first place in the National
League as a result of a 6 to 2 win
over the Chicago Cubs.
The victory was the seventh
straight and the twelfth in the past
13 starts for the Red Birds and lifted
them four percentage points above
the idle Pittsburgh Pirates.
ST. LOUIS, June 1.-(P)-Wes Fer-
rell held the Browns to three hits as
Cleveland beat St. Louis, 3 to 1, yes-
terday in the first game of the series.
Joe Vosmick of the Indians was the
batting star of the day with three
hits in four trips to the plate.
O'Farrell; Chicago, 1-6--5, Bush,
Henshaw, Nelson and Hartnett.
Brooklyn-Boston, cold weather.
Only games scheduled.

well. (13
scheduled.

innings).

Only games

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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St. Louis..........
Pittsburgh........
New York ..........
Chicago ............
Cincinnati.........
Brooklyn .......... .
Boston ............
Philadelphia.......

W.
26
24
22
22
20
16
17
14

L.
16
15
16
21
21
20
24
28

Pct.
.619
.615
.579
.512
.486
.444
.415
.333

New York, 7-13-3, Fitzsimmons
and Mancuso; Philadelphia, 2-7-1,
Elliott, Liska, and Todd.
St. Louis, 6-11-0, Dean and

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Fisher has indicated that he may!
use Ted Petoskey behind the bat if a
catcher of Varsity calibre is not
available from the ranks of this
year's freshmen.
Men receiving "M" awards were:
Captain Mike Diffley, Captain-elect
Avon Artz, Art Patchin, Stan Water-
bor, Gene Braendle, Ken Manuel,
Russ Oliver, Clay Paulson, Ted Pe-
toskey, Johnny Regeczi, Jack Teitle-
baum, Whitey Wistert, Harry Tillot-
son, Jr., and Stan Ware.
Numeral awards went to Leslie
Fish, Milton Meltzer, Chuck Mene-
fee, .Fred Ratterman, and Harry
Roehrig.
Here the superior weather of the
Far- West will not weight the bal-
ance in that direction, since the play-
ers will begin training at the same
time and under the same conditions.
$1 Ties65c, 2for $1.25
Spring Suits and Flannels
at Reasonable Prices.
C. DOUKAS.
1319 South University

ning one for Sorosis. Eight runs
were completed in the team's last
rime at bat. Sabin, Taylor, Mason,
Gotthels, Cannon, and Sutherland,
rounded the bases in safety, while
Campbell made the trip twice.
Threeinnings were all that were
played, since time and darkness both
limited the playing time.

Fraternity Rooms
Summer Session
3 MINUTES FROM CAMPUS
Telephone 4518

Pricey

Neckwear.

.50c, $1

Shirts... .$1.25, 1.95

Set the Pace!

For Sport and
Every Day Wear
A Variety of Patterns to Select
From Including Bass Moccasins
$3 to 5

Pajamas

$1.59

0

oft
s Ile,

0

TAILORED SUITS
$25.00 to $60.00

Men's Cork Sole Canvas Oxfords, $1.95
EARLE BOOT SHOP

MARQUARDT'S
603 East Liberty St.

123 East Liberty Street L

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For your convenience
Ann Arbor.StoreA
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BOYS

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Come down to
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307 SOUTH MAIN STREET
for your SLACKS
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
JUST ARRIVED
Plaids, Checks, $
Stripes, Plains. .5
Headquarters for-
JANTZEN
and LAMBKN IT
Bathing Suits
TRUNKS and SHIRTS
separate at
$1.50 to $4.50

COLLEGE - ENDI
h.
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Your last chance at Depression1
Prices. Inflation is at hand. The
clothing market is up.
SuiS
By Schloss and Stein Block.
Carry our high standard of
workmanship and quality-
Values to $40.00
.$13.50
22.35
ALTERATIONS FREE
rOTHER SAVINGS
Buck Shoes $3.5
White and Brown..
$18 Double-breasted $15O
Linen Suits . .
$12.00 Sport Coats S
Double-breaste. . .
$6.00 Gray Flannel $3.95
Trousers ... . .

Braeburn Suits
One and Two Trousers

Roll Collar Jacket $8.50 with Black tropical
Worsted Trousers, high waist band $6.00,
Black Cummerbund $4.00.
Sport Jackets
Blue Single and Double-breasted ,$ 1,5
Half Belt Jackets, at......... .

SAFFELL & BUSH
present the
Most Drastic Reductions
of Quality and Correctly Styled Men's Wear
they have ever offered . . . . at these prices

Mess Jacket

SUMMERFORMAL
Linen Tuxedo
With the Smart Shawl Collar $17,50
Styled and tailored perfectly.. .

SLACKS! SLACKS!
1200 Pairs in All
Linens, White Cords and Stripes
$1065 1095
All Sizes 26 to 50
Washable and Will Not Shrink
SHIRT SPECIAL
$1.25 Sanforized Shirts.....
. .. .3 for $2.75
$1.50 Sanforized Shirts.
. . .. .3 for x$3.50
$1.95 Sanforized Shirts.
. ........3 for $4.65
PAJAMA SPECIAL.
$1.95 Glover's Pajamas... $1.65
$1.50 Glover's Pajamas... $1.19
FLANNEL TROUSERS
White, Grey, Tan, Brown
$3.50 $4.00 $5.00
SPORT COATS
Blue, Tan, Brown
$8.50 $9.50
Single or Double Breasted
UNDERWEAR SPECIAL
50c Cooper's Shorts.3 for $1.00
50c Cooper's Shirts..3 for $1.00
HOSIERY SPECIAL
Pastels and White with Clocks
35c COOPER'S HOSE
4 Pairs $1.00
INTERWOVEN HOSE
25c 35c 50c
JANTZEN
BATH ING SUITS
One-Piece Suits........ $3.95
Zipper Style............ $6.50
Webfoots..............$2.50
Gantners Wikis.........$3.50
Gantners Hi-Boys ....... $1.95
LA SALLE HATS
$3.50 Snap Brim
$2.95
Terry Shirts.........85c
Beach Shirts 49c, 65c, 75c
Wash Ties ..3 for $1.00
Sport Belts ....50c, $1.00
McGREGOR SWEATERS
Slipover Style, $1.50, $1.95
TRENCH COATS
Heavy Weight, Ektra Long
$2.95

$16,75

$21

.95

$26.7s

Regular Prices $27.50 to $37.50

White Flannels

Nunn Bush Shoes
A Special Group at these prices
395 d$495
forerl prc
formerly priced $6 to $8.50

Light weight flannel,c
material,
Smartly tailored. ....

also the regular weight
$. to .

White Shoes

II

One
$1.95

piece at
to $6.50

2-PC. COMBMNATION
with Zipper.
$3.50 to $6.50
Another Shipment of
Terry Sweat Shirts
arrived, at

$7.00 Shadowproof
White Flannels.

$4.50

$7.50 White
Worsted Trousers..
50c Wilson Bros.
Hese.............
50c Sealpax
Shiirts and Shorts..
Sanforized Slacks
Only ............
$1.00 Ties, New
Summer Shades.
$2.50 Sleeveless -

5.45
35c
35c
1.95
69c
f1.95

Arrow Colored Shirts

Nunn Bush, ankle fashioned,
Wing tip, buckskin.......... .

X6.00

Formerly $1.95 and $2.50

Now

.55

or' 2 for

3.00

White Hosiery

White and white with black
Clock, also in pastel shades :c

to 75c

Wash Ties

N eckwear

The most select line of wash
Ties, in very smart colors, at: !c

to S c

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