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SUNDAY, JULY 29, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUMMER INTRAMURALS
REACH FINAL CLIMAX
Campus Athletic Contests Approach
Finishing Rounds With Close
Battles Expected
TWO GAIN HIH HONORS
This week will witness the climax
in the Summer Session intramural'
activity when final and semi-finalI
rounds will' be staged in the majorityl
of the tourneys, and quarter-final's
in a few others. The tennis doubles,
horseshoe singles, golf and handball
singles are those that have reached
the semi-finals stage, while the ten-
nis singles tourney has advanced to
the finals.
Glocheski and Lynott are the two
flunalists in the tennis singles tour-
nament. , The final match, which will
decide the Summer jession single
championship, will be staged tomor-
row. Glocheski, who was a winner
of tennis numerals in his freshman
year here, is favored to cop the title
by virtue of victories by wide mar--
gins over opponents throughout the
tourney.
Glocheski paired with Eardley, and l
the teams composed of Rosenthal and
Stafain and Buckner and Harris-s are
the survivors in the tennis doubles
tournament, which has advanced to
the semi-final round.
Play has also reached the semi-!
finals in the golf tournament. Brown
will oppose Bochnowski, and Thorp
is matched against Demaree in the
semi-final round of this tournament.
Match play will govern, and the
round will be staged over the Uni-
versity golf course.
Lova:s, who has played consistent-
ly well throughout the tournament,
is favored to win the all-campus
horseshoe singles championship. Lo-
vas is matched with Gaub in the
semi-finals, while Behlemer will meet
Berkowitz. Play is expected to bel
completed in this tourney by Thurs-
day.
Berkowitz and Buchanan will meet,
to decide the championship in the
handball singles tournament. Both
men defeated all foe's in the earlier
rounds, and a close battle is ex-
pected when they face each other in
the title match.
Two caidaates have successfully

T UNNEY TO QUIT
FIGHTING CAREER
(My Assocate lPress)
GREENWCl, ColuT, July 28
Gene Tunney, who successfully de-
fended his heavyweight title against
Tomo Hlfeeney at the Yankee stadiuml
in New York Thursday night, will
make an ainouncement "of the great-
est importance" next week, accord-
ing to Sam F. Pryor, Jr., one of the
champion's closest friends.
Although Tunney is known to be in
Greenwich and is undoubtedly stay-
ing at his friend's home, Pry:;r de-
clared today that the champion pre-
feri-ed to remain i seclusion until
sucih time as he makes his announce-

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OLYMPICS BEGIN TO)AY
AMSTERDAM, July 28-What is
likely to be most spectacular bat-
tle for the world's athletic honors any
Olympiad has ever witnessed starts
Sunday when 2,500 stars from 47 na-
tions meet in the first five events of
the week's championship track and
Mield program.
Once again it is America against
the world. The United States team
again rules as a favorite, but it is!

His average represents 115 hits
290 times at bat in 82 games.

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LOST-Pair of shell rimmed glasses
somewhere in vicinity of campus.
Finder please call 6624. Reward.
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FOR SALE-Larige library table $20.
Fairbanks bathroom scales $10. Ma-
hogany piano lamp $5. 9-drawer
card file $2. Dial 4391.

SITUATION WANTED-High schoil
girl will care for children, after-
noon or evening. Dial 9758.
CLOSE IN-West side, on bus line,
3 and 4-room apartments, furnished
eandic unfurnished, newvly decorated;
large airy roomy, priv-ite bI th and
lprivate furnace. $45 and $50 per
month. Dial 116, ask for 732-F3.

1inen1t. P ryor intimated that Tunney's facing the strongest combined threat
announcement willh be to the effect from other nations that its suprem-
that he has retired from the ring and acy has ever known.

wll not again defend the title which,
he won Trorn .Jack Dempsey Sept. 23,1
1926, at Philadelphia
completed the requirements for ad-
misi n to Sigma Delta Psi, national
honorary athletic fraternity, it has
been a nounced by Paul R. Washke,
director of the summer intramural
program. The successful candidates;
are William Bruner, of Cordele, Ga.,
and Francis it. Blackwell, of Fior-
ence, S. C. Both are enrolled in the,
Mic itga a Suuimmes School ,r Coa'h -
es.
Fifty more candidates are complet-
Ing tle requirements for admission
%n the fraternity. T:ie events in
which eaclh can tdidate must par ici-
pa e are f the 100 yard dash, 220 yard
low hurdles, Iigh jump, broad .j timp,
shot put, football punt, baseball
throw, o 1 mile ratnd pole vault.
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LARGE N fUBER QUALIFIES
TORONTO, July 28-After two days
of record shattering attacks on old
man par, 69 golfers qualified for the
final 36 holes of the Canadian open
golf championship at the Rosedale
golf club here today.
IIO NSBY IS LEAPING
NEW LORK, July 28 - Rogers
Hornsby took advantage of the pitch-I
ing that suited hia fancy in the week1
ending Wednesday .and boosted his
batting mark t'u .397, while Paul Wa-
ner, the runner-up, was slipping back!
to .368. Hornsby now seems well
on the way to is seventh batting
championship of the National league.

SEEKS CHANCE WITH TUNNEY
NEW YORK, July 28 - Tommy
Loughran antnounced yesterday that
he intends to fight all challengers for,
his light heavyweight crown and then
enter the heavyweight division in the
hope of securing a chance to fight
Gene Tunney, who retained his title
Thursday by knocking Tom Heeney
ito oblivion.
TUNNEY PA ID WELL
NEW YORK, July 28-Gene Tun-
ney was well paid for 32 minutes and
52 seconds he worked in retaining
hi-s heavyweight championship against
Tom Heeney. He drew $266.22 for
each second of the fight. The cham-
pion's purse was $525,000 and he oc-
cupied 1,972 active seconds in mak-
ing his title safe for another year.
MAY DEFEND TITLE
AU'TEIL, France, July 28--Big Bill
Tilden's surprising defeat of Renee
LaCoste in the first singles match of
the 1928 Davis cup challenge round
may be the cause cf French star's
reconsideration of his decision not
to defend his American single's cham-
pionship this year.
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styles early in the season. For tailored wear we are showing a new
fabric, a novelty wool tweed in two 'shades of tan, made in the favor-
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To wear with this frock there is an appropriate little close fitting
felt hat that turns down on one side and up on the other. This hat
is a copy of one of Caroli-e Reboux, and is in maroon.........$12.50
(Second Floor)

VISIT DETROIT THIS SUMMER
and enjoy an all-day outing at
PUT-IN-BAY
A delightful cruise among the Sunny Lake Erie Islands;
a fairyland of vineyards, orchards and flowers. Put-In-
Bay abounds in interest for young and old. There is
bathing, dancing, sailing, mysterious caves, picnic groves
and Perry's monument.
The palatial steamer Put-In-Bay leaves the foot of First
St. (Detroit) daily at 9 a.m. returning at 8 p.m. R.T. fares:
$1.00 week days. $1.50 Sundays. Steamer runs thru to
Sandusky daily making connections with Cedar Point
Ferry. Thru to Cleveland via Put-In-Bay.

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The new fall bags of gluchat in honey beige are smart accessaries
for the tan fall costume. They are lined din beige moire and are
trimmed with brass knuckles and catch to match. They are copies
of the French models ..... ....... ........................$6.$
(First Floor)

.jrive to Detroit and
enjoy the
DANCING
FYIOON LGI-LTS
ieave Detroit 8:45 p.m.
;etur~i 11.30 p.m.
Fare: Wednesday and
Thursday. 60c.
Saturday. Sunday and
Huolidays. 75c.

CEDAR POINT
On Fridays a special excursion is run
to Cedar Point. Steamer stops one hour
Sundays. With its huge hotels, electric
park, magnificent bathing beach and
board-walk it can rightfully be called
S the Atlantic City of the West.
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(First Floor)

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