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1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Phols Blank Cubs Twice

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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BARGAIN SPECIALS
All
COLORED DRESS
and
SPORT SHIRTS
20% off
TICE'S MEN'S SHOP
1107 South University Avenue
ACROSS FROM THE NEW BANK

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Cap Liners

Tigers Lose to Red Sox, 7-6;
Brownies Trip Yankees, 4-3

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Ordered for
Tribesmen
CLEVELAND -(P)-- General
Manager Hank Greenberg yester-
day ordered his Cleveland Indians
to wear protective cap liners when
at bat.
The order followed an injury
suffered by Indian centerfielder
Larry Doby when he was struck on
the head by a pitched ball in an
exhibition game with Brooklyn
Monday night.
Greenberg previously had told
the players to use the plastic lin-
ers, but not all followed his sug-
gestion. Last night, however, the)
entire team wore them at the
plate.,
All-Star Gamne
Highlights IM
Card Tonight
Intramural 'softball climaxes its
regular schedule this evensng with
an all-star game which promises
to be the highlight of the sum-
mer sports season at the Univer-
sity.
A hand-picked crew of diamond
flashes from the various teams
entered in the IM softball tour-
nament will take to Ferry Field to
tackle representatives of the In-
tramural sports department.
Two of the finest softball
pitchers seen on the campus in re-
cent years will assume the chuck-
ing responsibilities for the all-
stars. They are Jim Murphy of
Ed's Boys, who has a no-hitter
on the record books, and Earl
Haight of the Fletcher Hall team,
who has an impressive number of
strikeouts to his credit.
TOP TEAMS in the softball
tourney will start playoffs for the
championships tomorrow.. Twelve
teams finished their regular sched-
ules yesterday, three winning by
one-run margins.
Lambda Chi Alpha squeaked
by Public Health, 12-11; the Phi
Gams edged the Alpha Chi Sig-
mas, 7-6; and Phi Alpha Kappa
nosed out the Phi Kappa Psi's,
8-7.
Sigma Chi defeated the Dental
Lab, 14-12; Psi Upsilon knocked
off the SAE's, 8-4; and- Theta Xi
outscored the Theta Delta Chi's,
14-11, in the other games on yes-
terday's card.
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DETROIT - (A) - The Boston
Red Sox nipped the pace-settinga
Detroit Tigers, 7 to 6, last night
t otighten the American League
rae as second-place New York<
lost, too.1
Eight pitchers saw action in the
nip-and-tuck battle with Chuck;
Stobbs the winner and Hal Whitet
the loser.c
* * *
DETROIT thus stayed a game
and a half ahead of the Yankees,
but saw the onrushing Boston and1
Cleveland clubs pick up a game in
the pennant scramble.
The Red Sox surged into a
four-run lead in the first two
innings as they kayoed their old
nemesis, Teddy Gray, who had
beaten them in four previous'
tries this season.
Vern Stephens' 24th homer, a
two-run wallop in the first inn-
ing, got Boston away to a flying
start.
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BROWNS 4, YANKEES 3
ST. LOUIS--(P)-A ninth-inn-
ing rally spoiled Stubby Overmire's
shutout, but he tightened up to
give the St Louis Browns a 4 to
3 victory over the New York Yan-
kees last night. Overmire batted
in two of the Brownie tallies.
INDIANS 7, ATHLETICS 6
CLEVELAND-(P) --The Cleve-
land Indians wonvtheir eighth
straight victory over the Phila-
delphia Athletics last night, 7 to
6.
Bob Feller collected his tenth
win of the season, although he had
to have help from Bob Lemon in
the ninth to halt a two-run rally.
Luke Easter clouted two home
runs and Joe Gordon one for the
Tribe. Sam Chapman and Joe
Tipton smacked four-baggers off
Feller.
CHICAGO - (A) - Pitcher Joe
Haynes allowed the Chicago White
Sox only three hits in a seven inn-
ing relief stint and the Washing-
ton Senators came from behind
with two two-run spurts to score
a 7-4 victory before 11,973 persons
last night.

PHILADELPHIA -(A)- Richie
Ashburn's single with two out in
the ninth scored Ralph Caballero
from second and gave the Phila-
delphia Phillies a 1-0 decision over
the Chicago Cubs in the second
game of last night's doubleheader
after they had won the opener
7-0 behind the three-hit pitching
of Bubba Church.
The twin victory, before a crowd
of 32,726, placed the Phillies once
again in undisputed possession of
first place in the National League.
CARDS 9, DODGERS 5
BROOKLYN-(P)-D e 1 Rice's
home run with two on in the
eighth inning helped the St. Louis
Cardinals to a 9-5 victory over the
Brooklyn Dodgers before 31,013
fans last night.
Stan ,Musial hit safely in his
29th straight game as the Cards
finally won after eight straight re-
verses at Ebbets Field. Preacher
Roe, who had beaten the Birds
four times this season, was the
loser.
* * *
BRAVES 7, PIRATES 2
B 05 T O N-(;')-The Boston
Braves clubbed thre rival pitchers
for 13 hits while topping the Pitts-
burgh Pirates 7-2, last night as
they launched a 22-game home
stand.
Johnny Sain, who failed on three
previous tries, notched his 13th
pitching triumphy and his fifth
in a row over the last-place Pi-
rates.
GIANTS 7, REDS 6
NEW YORK--(P)-Bob Usheer's
muff of Don Mueller's liner with
two out in the bottom half of the
ninth inning enabled Eddie Stan-
ky to score from second with the
run that gave the New York Giants
a 7-6 victory over the Cincinnati
Reds last night.
The Giants drove Herm Weh-
meier from the mound with a
five run eighth inning to take a
6-5 lead, but the Reds tied the
score in their half of the ninth.

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Michigan Christian Fellowship:
Bible Study, "Upper Room" Lane
Hall, 7:30 p.m. Topic: I Thessalo-
nians, chapter five.
Botannical Seminar, Wednesday,
July 26, 1950, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 1139.
"Investigations of Microenviron-
mental Influences in Relation to
Bog Plant Communities, Berrien
County, Michigan" by Prof. M. E.
Britton. All interested are invited
to attend.
The Canada-United States Work-
shop wishes to invite all Canadian
faculty, and all Canadian students
to a Coffee Hour in the Rackham
Buildmg on Wednesday, July 26,
4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Central Michigan Alumni Pic-
nic: Wed., July 26, 5:30, Island
Park (on the Island). Bring dish
to pass or relishes, table service,
drink and sandwiches. For infor-
mation call 6897.
Sociedad Hispanica: Meeting
Wednesday, July 26, 8 p.m., East
Conference Room, Rackham Bldg.
Program: Latin-American film:
recitation by zMr. Jose Ortiz of
the poetry of Nicolas Guillen.
Crafts Shop: Wednesday, July

26, Lane Hall, 7:30-9:30 p.m. In-I
struction will be given if desired.
Materials will be sold at cost.
U. of M. Hostel Club: Wed., Julyi
26. Swimming: Meet at Lane Hall
at 5:30 p.m. Bring money for pic-
nic supper after. Sign up on Lane
Hall bulletin board for transpor-
tation. Plenty of rides and every-
one welcome.
, Phi Delta Kappa Dinner Meet-
ing: 6 p.m. today, Michigan Un-
ion. Go through cafeteria line!
and bring your tray to the faculty
dining room. Warren Ketcham and
Robert Amos will present reports
on their recently completed dis-
sertations.
University of Michigan Soaring
Club: The Soaring-Cltrb has pur-
chased a Schweizer TG-3 two-
place sail-plane and is planning to
start instructions this weekend. A

ANN ARBOR
BARGAIN DAYS
Follow the crowds all week to Kuohn's for real
bargains in menswear
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY,
SATURDAY
Savings of 20 to 50 per cent
MEN'S SUITS
$50 suits $37.50 $37.50 & $34.75
$65 suits $49.75 Summer Suits $27.75
____TOP COATS
$50 Gabardines $39.75
Zip-in-lining buy for Next Fall.
$35 Herringbone Tweeds $21.75
MEN'S SHIRTS

meeting is being held at 7:30 p.m1
today, Room 1042 E. Engineering
to make the necessary arrange
ments. All interested in joinir
are invited to attend.
Coming Events
Delta Kappa Gamma, honorai
education society, will hold a pie
nic at North Lake on Saturda
afternoon, July 29. All member
who are on the campus this sun
mer are invited. Transporta tic
provided. Reservations should :
made by Wednesday, July 26, wit
Miss Margaret Smith, Referent
Room, General Library, 2-4380 o
3-1511, ext. 2200.
French Club: Meeting at 8 p.!
tomorrow in the Michigan Leagu
A talk on "Le Canada Francai
and some national dances are a
the program. All students who a
interested are cordially invited.

BARGAIN DAYS
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY

All Wool
SPORT COATS
$19.95

Group of SUITS
Values to $55.00
$35.00
Others at reduced prices
RAINCOATS
Values to $18.75
$7.95 and $13.95
TOP COATS
Values to 550.00
$29.95 and $39.95
Others at lower prices
Group of Slightly Soiled
SPORT SHIRTS
$2.95
-MANY OTHER
All Sales Final

Group
NECKTIES
97c
Values to $2.50
Group of SOCKS
39c
3 for $1.00
Group o
BELTS and SUSPENDERS
69c
Reg. $1.00 to $1.50
Group Reg. $3.95
DRESS SHIRTS
Slightly Soiled
$2.95
All Fancy T-SHIRTS and
SWIM TRUNKS
20% Discount,
SALE ITEMS -
Alterations at Cost

AP Roundup
CHICAGO -()P- The Chicago.
Bears will depart for their St. Jo-
seph College training camp at
Rensselaer, Ind., today to launch
the club's thirty - first season.
George Halas, owner-coach, will
have 49 players, including 24 vet-
erans and 29 newcomers.
* * *
SOUTH BEND, Ind.-(P)-Ted;
Jax of Hamtramck, Mich., was
the only top-seeded player miss-
ing last night at the end of the
third round of the Western Jun-
ior Tennis Tournament.
Conrad Fischer of Kalamazoo
upset his fellow Michigander,
seeded ninth, 7-5, 6-3.
Other seeded stars went into
the round of 16. First-seeded
Hamilton Richardson of Baton
Rouge, La., easily beat C. J. Hix-
son of Fort Smith, Ark., 6-0, 6-1.
* * *
WASHINGTON - (P) - Feath-
erweight Champion Willie Pep, dis-
playing his usual boxing precision,
scored aunanimous decision last
niAdo ver Bobby Bell in a ten-
round bout at Griffith Stadium.
Pep weighed 130,.Bell 12'7'/2.

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One lot
One lot Short Sleeve Vlues to $7
SPORT SHIRTS
$2.95vas $2.95 value Sport Shirts
$1.95 $3.95
Summer Slacks Reduced . . . 20%off
Gabardine Slacks . 20% off

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COOPERS SOX
One Lot Values to 65c
39c -3 pair $1.00

WOOL SOX
Values to $1.25
59c

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Everything Reduced Except Jockey Underwear

MEN'S TOGGERY'

607 East Liberty

AMERICAN
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Detroit 56
New York 55
Cleveland 55
Boston 52
Washiriton 41
Chicago 37
Philadelphia 32
St. Louis 31

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34 .618
36 .604
39 .571
46 .471
55 .402
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St. Louis 51
Boston .48
Brooklyn 46
New York 42
Chicago, 39
Cincinnati 37
Pittsburgh 32

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TODAY'S GAMES
New York at St. Louis (night)
-Reynolds (8-8) or Ford (1-0) vs.
Garver (8-91.,
Boston at Detroit - Master-
son (4-4) vs. Newhopser (10-6) or
Hutchinson (10-6).
Philadelphia at Cleveland -
(night) - Fowler (1-4) vs. Gar-
cia (6-6).
Washington at Chicago -
Pearce (1-0) vs. Pierce (7-9).

TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Brooklyn( Bre-
cheen *v(6-5) or Voyer (2-2) vs.
Newcomb (8-6).
Cincinnati at New York - Fox
(5-6) vs. Kennedy (3-4) or Mag-
lie (6-3) .
Pittsburgh at Boston (night)-
Werle '(5-7) vs. Bickford (11-6).
Chicago at Philadelphia (night)
-Dubiel (4-3) or Lade (5-4) vs.
Heintzleman (1-8).

HERE'S THE RETURN
OF THE CLUB 211

BARGAIN
DAYS

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BUY NOW FOR LATER

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eals - $499

TIE SPECIAL
Reg. $1.50... Now 2 for 1.50
Reg. $2.50 ... Now 2 for 2.50

SOX SPECIAL
Reg. 75c . . . Now 2 for 75c
Reg. $1.50.. Now 2 for $1.50

Cloth-top
SPORT OXFORDS
$3.99
Cool Comfort
Men's Briefs
Elastic Tops . . . 39c
White Navy Type
Shorts . . . 49c
POPLIN JACKETS
$2.66
Water Repellent
Assorted Colors
Covert Work Shirts
. . . $1.00
Navy Surplus
Life Jackets . . . $1.49
bL

Rayon
Wrinkle Resistant
PANTS
$4.99
Free Alterations
Men's Undershirts
39c . . . 3 for $1.05
Summer
Union Suits .: . 97c

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5 LUNCHES - 5 DINNERS
Sample: Tonight's Dinner
Salisbury Steak
Whipped potatoes or mashed sweet potatoes

SHOES (Nunn-Bush & Edgerton) . . .
One Group
HATS (Straw & Felt). . . . . ..
One Group
SHIRTS (Colors and White). . . .
One Group - Formerly $3.95 to $6.50
BATHROBES (Complete Stock) . .
SWIM TRUNKS and TENNIS SHORTS.

. . Now 25% off
. . Now /2 price
. Now 2 for $6.00
Now 1/4 off
. . Now 20% off

White
"T" SHIRTS
39c
3 for $1.05

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Salad,

Vegetable or Dessert

Bread and Butter

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Swim Trunks
100% Wool. . . $1.00
Ventilated
Oxfords. . . $2.99

Coffee,. Tea or

Milk

SPORT COATS (One group, formerly $17.50 to $29.50) $12.95
SPECIAL SALE .... SUMMER SUITS

Rayon Gabardine
PANTS
tAnf

WASH PANTS
$2.66I

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Thus our answer to rising prices.
Let it be your answer!!!

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