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WEDi4ESDAY, MY 23, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TBREE

Jim Piersall in State Hospital

NECKWEAR
$2.50 Value
NOW

SAFFELL & BUSH

Red Sox Outfielder Under Observation;
Described 'Very Nervous, Very Tense'
________a

have selected special groups
of our regular merchandise
and placed them on a swift
selling
BARGAIN DAY SPECIAL

NECKWEAR
$1.50Value
NOW

WESTBORO, Mass., (P) - Jim
Piersall, the Boston Red Sox-
owned 22-year-old outfielder, yes-
terday was transferred to the
Westboro State Hospital from the
Danvers State Hospital for a 10
day observation.

Both institutions are units
the Massachusetts Department
Mental Health.

of
of

PIERSALL, sent down to the
Birmingham Southern Associa-
tion Club on June 28, entered the
Danvers Hospital Monday night
after being examined at a George-
town private institution for the
treatment of nervous disorders.
Dr. Clarence Bonner, Danvers
State Hospital superintendant,
described Piersall as "very ner-
vous, very tense-a very, very

sick boy." Dr. Bonner said Pier-
sail's transfer to Westboro was
to place him nearer his home in
Newton.
Westboro Hospital authorities
refused to comment. State Police
at the Topsfield Barracks said
they had been given official orders
calling for Piersall's transfer from
the Danvers to the Westboro in-
stitution.
PIERSALL, who attracted wide
attention in the baseball world by
his antics on and off the playing'
field, was ejected from four
Southern Association games. Last
week he drew a three-day suspen-
sion following a dispute with an
umpire.
The player arrived in Boston
by plane early last Friday and

had two long conferences with
General Manager Joe Cronin of
the Red Sox.
Cronin said Saturday that Pier-
sall had agreed to follow medical
advice to take a long rest. Bir-
mingham Club officials indicated
they planned to place the player
on the disabled list as soon as his
suspension ended the floowing
day.
A rmy Calls
Les Richter
LOS ANGELES, (R)-Les Rich-
ter, California's All-America guard
and linebacker, has been called
to active Army duty August 1.
Now the property of the Los
Angeles Rams professional team,
Richter notified Ram Coach Joe
Stydahar of yesterday's call.
Although scheduled to play with
the College All Stars in Chicago
on August 15, it was believed
doubtful he would be able to par-
ticipate because of the call to
duty.
CUSTOM
HAIRSTYLING
for Ladies:!
No Appointments Needed
Four Stylists
The Dascola Barbers
Near Michigan Theater

Trucks Gives
Nats One Hit
DETROIT-(P)-Virgil (no-hit)
Trucks gave up just one hit, a
single by Eddie Yost, in hurling
the last-place Detroit Tigers to a
1-0 victory over the Washington
Senators last night.
Yost's no-hit spoiling single
came on Truck's first pitch of the
game. It was a clean, if slow-mov-
ing, blow between short and third.
After that, the 33-year-old
righthander, who on May 15 de-
feated the same team on his no-
hitter by an identical 1-0 score,
cut the Washington batsmen down
in methodical fashion. He gave
only three bases on balls.

Lions Train
In Ypsilanti
YPSILANTI, Mich.-(P)-Rook-
ies of the Detroit Lions pro foot-
ball club opened training here
yesterday with 27 in camp and
six more expected.
Four veterans also were in
camp, end Cloyce Box, quarter-
back Bobby Layne, halfback Jack
Christiansen and quarterback Jim
Hardy. They will work out with
the rookies.
Coach Parker wants to make
sure Layne, who had arm trouble
at the end of last season, is in
throwing form. Layne reported,
however, that he has shaken all
the pains and expects to throw as
well as before.

SHIRTS
A large selection
of DRESS and
SPORT SHIRTS
$3.95 to $7.50
NOW

2

A) SLEEVELESS SWEATERS 1/2 OFF
B) PAJAMAS to 7.50. .2 for $4.95
C) SWIM TRUNKS.......1OFF
D) STRAW HATS...... . .% OFF
E) CANVASS CASUALS (Shoes)
$6.95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4.95
F) HOSIERY up to $1.10..2 for $1
G) COTTON "T" SHIRTS 1/2 OFF
Up to 2.95

for295

2

NUNN

BUSH

Special Group
$ 795
EDGERTQN
Special Group
$4 95

for

eu
...

SHOES

2

o $95
f ''/0

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

SUITS, OVERCOATS, TOPCOATS
Formerly to $75.00... NOW

HENRY H.
STEVENS, Inc.
DSTANCE ; :.;,e rr, ,."
MOVING
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
6f Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
bility. Publication in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the
University. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form, to Room 3510
Administration Building before 3 p.m.
the day preceding publication (11 am.
on Saturday).j
Notices
Seniors: College of LSA and Schools
of Education, Music, and Public Health:
Tentative lists of seniors for August
graduation have been posted on the
Registrar's Bulletin Board on the first
floor corridor, Administration Buiding.
If your name is mispelled or the degree
expected incorrect, please notify the
Recorder at the Registrar Window
Number 1, 1913 Administration Build-
ing.

1'~73 Brobdway
Flint, Michigan
tes.

Bill
Stevens
Lit. '40
Manager

Phone Flint
Collect 4-160
For Lower
interstate Ra

We own, operate and schedule our own fleet of vans
for direct service without transfer.

School of Education, Natural Re-
sources and Public Health Students,
who received marks of I, X, or "nolre-
port" at the close of their last semes-
ter or summer session of attendance,
will receive a grade of "E" in the
course or courses unless this work is
made up by July 23. Students, wishing
an extention of time beyond this date
in order to make up this work, should
file a petition addressed to the appro-
priate official in their school with
Room 1513 Administration, where it
will be transmitted.
Edward G. Groesbeck
Assistant Registrar
Law School Admission Test: Applica-
tion blanks for the Law Schooi"Admis-
sion Test to be given on August 9,
may be obtained at 110 Rackham Build-
ing. These application blanks aredue
in Princeton, New Jersey, not later
than July 30, 1952."
List of Approved Social Events for
the Coming Week-end:
July 26, 1952-Phi Delta Phi Record
Party, 502 E. Madison.
July 27, 1952-Alpha Chi Omega open-
house, 1004 Olivia.
Kaffeestunde: All students of German
and qthers interested in spoken German
are invited to attend an informal group
which will meet in the Michigan Union
Tap Room Mondays and Wednesdays
from 4 to 5 o'clock. A member of the
department will be present to assist,
but no formal programs are planned.
La Petite Causette: All students and
summer residents who are interested in
speaking French are invited to join
this very informal group every Tuesday
(Continued on Page 4)

SPORT COATS
Outdoor Coats
up to $38.50
NOW
$1 95

$2991

plus Alterations

We believe in
BARGAIN DAY
each year for the benefit
of our customers and the
reductions we offer you
July 23rd and 24th
are proof of that point.

BUY.
TODAY-
SAVE
MONEY

Pan oen
SEMI-ANNUAL PRE-INVENTORY SALE
of
CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS
Starting Monday, July 21st
This is our twice yearly pre-inventory sale of fine quality Van Boven clothing
and furnishings. All merchandise is from our regular stock.
CLOTHING

StaeCl

E7 '

121UJ4

OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY

Morrill's Bargain Day Sale
25% OFF 1/2OFF
STATIONERY BABY BANKS
BRIEF CASES NOVELTIES
ZIPPER NOTE BOOKS APPOINTMENT BOOKS
Telephone and Address Pads DRAWING SETS
STANDARD TYPEWRITERS - $30 up
SINCE 1908 MORRILL'S Phone 7177.

Summer Suits

Selected Group of
Regular Weight Suits
20% off

20%

off

20% off
Special Group

.,.. e ... , .....

mts sW

Sport

Coats

and Topcoats

314 South State

Special Group Summer Suits
$17.50
Alteration Charges on this group

BARGAIN DAYS SPECIALS
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JULY 23-24

FURNISHINGS

I

Special Group Shirts

$3.85..

.3 for $11

.25

Selected Group
FORMERLY
$2.50
3.50
5.00

Neckwear
NOW
$1.65
2.65
3.65

formerly $4.95 to $5.50
$4.35.. . formerly $5.95

MEN'S

MEN'S FABRIC SHOES
These are Most All

Selected Groups.. .

1/3

off

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DRESS & SPORT SHOES

Shoes
Previously
to X7.95

$4 95

1 . / a

Wanted
Colors Still'
Available.
Sizes to 13

Sporitshirts, pajamas, hose, sweaters, sleeveless sweaters, walking shorts, etc.
Straw Hats... 1/2 off

6 $

All Sales Final

No Lay-Aways

MEN'S SAMPLE SHOES

All price reductions as listed are effective

Ii I I Sizes 7and 71/2Only

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