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WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Yanks Stop Cleveland;
WhiteSox Trip Boston

BARGAIN DAYS at Men's

Toggery

THIS BRONC was wild and wooly and hard to hurry in the
Denver Post wild horse race at Cheyenne, Wyoming, Frontier
Days (July 22). She was airborne the minute contestants began
working to saddle and knocked down Kit Childers (131) of Omak,
Washington, and reared over him.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Home runs by Joe
Collins and Gil McDougald helped
the New York Yankees break their
Cleveland jinx last night as they
defeated the Indians, 4-2, for the
first time in seven games before
the largest crowd of the season,
57,461.
* * *
WHITE SOX 4, RED SOX 2
BOSTON-Homers by Sam Mele
and *Minnie Minoso enabled the
Chicago White Sox to tighten their
second-place grip by dampening,
the flaming spirits of the Boston
Red Sox with a 4-2 victory last
night before 35,385 -- Fenway
Park's largest crowd of the sea-
son.
By so doing, the White Sox
snapped a seven-game winning
pitching streak of their discarded
Hec (Skinny) Brown.
IGERS 8, SENATORS 5
WASHINGTON-Detroit spurt-
ed into an 8-0 lead against Wash-
ington in the early innings and
then held on for an 8-5 victory
last night.
It marked the Tigers' fifth
straight win over the Senators.
* * *
EFFECTIVE relief pitching by
Ralph Branca helped Ted Gray
achieve his sixth victory. Branca
entered the game in the 8th inn-
ing after Ray Herbert filled the
bases and had pitched two balls
to Eddie Yost.
Branca fanned Yost and dis-
posed of Gil Coan on a ground-
er to put down the threat.
The Tigers shelled Spec Shea
in the third inning while amassing

a 6-0 lead, then added two runs
against Walter Masterson in the
fifth.
* * *
THE SENATORS chased Gray
in the sixth inning with a four-
run outburst and added a run off
Herbert in the 7th.
Matt Batts led Detroit's nine-
hit attack with a triple and two
singles.
* * *
ATHLETICS 9, BROWNS 7
PHILADELPHIA--Ray Murray's
homer with Cass Michaels on base
in a' weird eighth inning gave the
Philadelphia Athletics a 9-7 win
over the St. Louis Browns last
night.
* * *
DODGERS 13, CUBS 2
CHICAGO - The first-place
Brooklyn Dodgers scored seven un-
earned runs in the second to start
a 13-2 thumping of the Chicago
Cubs yesterday and give Johnny
Podres his seventh straight vic-
tory on a four-hitter.
BRAVES 2, GIANTS 0
MILWAUKEE-The Milwaukee
Braves scored twice without a hit
in the third inning last night and
backed up rookie Bob Buhl's six-
hit pitching with sparkling sup-
port to shutout the New York
Giants, 2-0, for the second straight
night.
Al Worthington held the Braves
to three hits in seven innings and

Hoyt Wilhelm threw hitless ball
for one inning in relief.
* * *
CARDS 6, PIRATES 4
ST. LOUIS-Ray Jablonski bat-
ted in three runs with a pair of
singles last night to lead the St.
Louis Cardinals to a 6-4 victory
over the Pittsburgh Pirates as
Cliff Chambers and Joe Presko
teamed up to held the Pirates to
seven hits.
Presko, who came on in the
sixth inning, hurled four hitless
innings in relief. Chambers re-
ceived credit for the victory as he
went out for a pinch hitter in the
fifth when the Cardinals took over
the lead.
The Pirates scored all four of
their runs in the fourth off Cham-
bers. A three-run home run by
Frank Thomas topped off the in-
ning which saw Eddie O'Brien and
Danny O'Connell each hit doubles.

ALL SUITS'
20% OFF
(Some at greater savings)
GROUP
SPORT COATS
Reg. $4000
NOW $25.00
Balance Stock 20% off
TOPCOATS
FOR FALL
Group at $25.00
Group at $39.50
Values to $55.00
All Others 20% off
JACKETS
for Fall & Winter
20% OFF.
Group Reg. $17.50
Furlined at $5.00
Group of
All Wool Pullover
SWEATERS
(Yellow Only)
Regular $5.95
NOW $1.95

SAVE!
Wed. - Thurs.
Fri. - Sat.
STORE-WIDE
20% Disc.
on Every Item
of CLOTHING or
FURNISHINGS
(Fair Trade Items
Excepted)
Select all your needs and
make GREAT SAVINGS of
at least 20% on anything
of your choice. Many items
carry Sale Tags with far
greater reductions. You'll
save plenty on these Bar-
gain Days.
ALL SALES FINAL
Alterations at Cost

All
SWIM TRUNKS
and
Walking Shorts
25% OFF
Group of
DRESS SHIRTS
Reg. Values to $4.50
NOW $2.49
Group of
SPORT SHIRTS
$2.49
Values to $8.95
Group of
SOCKS
Your choice at
39c -3 for$1.0.
Values to $100
Group Rainfair Gabardine
RAINCOATS
$9.95
Regular $17.50
Group of All-Wool
SLACKS
$5.00
Others at 20% off

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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
New York ..........64 32 .667
Chicago, ............59 38 .608
Boston ..............57 42 .576
p.Cleveland .....55 41 .7
Philadelphia .......41 55 .427
Detroit ........ ....34 62 .34
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 4, Boston 2
k New York 4, Cleveland 2
Detroit 8, Washington 5
Philadelphia 9, St. Louis 7
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Washington (night)
Cleveland at New York

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

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23
30
32

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Brooklyn ...........63
Milwaukee .........56
Philadelphia ........52
New York..........50
St. Louis ...... 51
Cincinnati .........44
Chicago .... 34
Pittsburgh .........31

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GOLFERS
Have fun at the
Partridge Practice Range
We furnish clubs and balls
-212 miles out Washte-
naw - right on U.S. 23
for 1 mile.
OPEN EVERY DAY
10 A.M.-11 P.M.

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607 East Liberty - Next to Michigan Theatre

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READ AND USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 13, Chicago, 2
Milwaukee 2, New York 0
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 4
Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 4
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Milwaukee (night)
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (night)
Brooklyn at Chicago
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night)

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St. Louis at Philadelphia (night)
Chicago at Boston

Ann Arbor Bargain Days July 29th-30th
SENSATIONAL STORE WIDE BARGAINS

Rabideau-Harris

ANN ARBOR'S HOT SPOT OF VALUES

Again it's time for Ann Arbor's buying festival -- The greatest value giving event of the
year -- This year is no exception . . . at Rab ideau-Harris you'll find the most outstanding
values of the day. Attend early and reap the savings. All sales final.

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Alterations at Cost. For Quick Service please make own alterations where possible.

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Values Beyond Compare - Shop Early and Be Convinced

Buys you your choice of any Nylon and
Cotton Mix and All Wool Slack values
$10.95 to $19.95
HERE IS HOW - Buy one at regular price and for $5 select
another at like value and pay just $5 more and receive 2 pairs.
Gabardine - Worsteds - Suits - Tweeds - Flannels
The Bargains are Store-Wide-Buy now and save $$$



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Buys you your choice of any Slack values
$6.45 to $9.95
HERE IS HOW - Buy one at regular price and for $3 select
another at like value -and pay just $3 more and receive 2 pairs.
Orlons - Nylons - Rayons - Cottons
It's constant planning that makes values like these come true.

Buys
Buys

your
your

choice
choice

of
of

any Fancy Dress Shirt . . . values 2.95 to 4.95.
any Sport Shirt . . . values 1.95 to 5.95.

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Buys your

Buys
Buys
Buys
Buys
Buys
Buys

your
your
your
your
your
your

choice of any
choice of any
choice of any
choice of any
choice of any
choice of any
choice of any

T-Shirt, . . values 1.45 to 2.95.
Pajama . .. values 2.95 to 8.95.
Necktie . . . values 1.50 to 3.50.
Fur Felt Hat... valuese 6.00 to 8.50.
Elastic Belt . . . 1.50 and 2.50.
Bathing Trunk... values 2.95 to 5.95
Jewelry. .. value 1.50 to 6.00.

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