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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1953

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Ford Beats Middlecoff
For PGA Golf Crown

ALL SUMMER SUITS

BARGAIN

1/3 OFF

ALL SHORT SLEEVE
SPORT SHIRTS
1/3 OFF

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All Swim Trunks '/14 Off£

DAY

SPECIALS.

MENST-SH I RTS ..... ...2.for $1.00

Takes Four
Of Last Five,
Holes to Win
DT ROIT-Doug Ford, playing
in his, first national PGA golf
tournament beat pre-tourney fav-
orite Cary Middlecoff, 4 and 3,
yesterday to win the title.
Finishing in a terrific drive
Ford took four of the last five
holes to, win. ,
Ford carded 34-34-68 against
Middlecoff's 32-35-67 on the par
71 Meadowbrook course. Each col-
lected four birdies in the well
played. 36-hole final match.
Qualifying Medalist
Ford, who also won medalist
honors in the qualifying rounds,
was only the second player in his-
tory to win in his first appearance
in the 37 years of the event. He
was also the fourth qualifying
'medalist to do so.

Soviet Sports Magazine
Applauds U.S. Athletes

IEN'S SWIM TRUNKS
Brief and Boxer Styles .$1.99 & $2.50

MOSCOW (P) - Russia's track
and field athletes were warned
yesterday by the nation's leading
sports magazine that the United
States has developed a whole new
crop of stars who already are
Buy Pitcher
OKLAHOMA CITY (p)-Rog-
er Aldridge, who pitched a
three-hitter against Beaumont
Monday night was sold by the
Oklahoma City Indians base-
ball team of the Texas League
to the Boston Red Sax.
breaking world records and pre-
sent a great threat for the 1956
Olympics.
In an article summarizing the
67th USA Track and Field cham-
pionships, Soviet Sport pointed out

that "the majority of first places
went to young athletes."
Olympic Stars Displaced
The magazine stressed that stars
who scored so heavily for the Unit-
ed States in the 1952 Olympics in
Helsinki have already been dis-
placed by newcomers, especially in
the javelin throw and jumps.
The Russians are sensitive to
the sprints and the jumping and
pole events, in which they have so
far been unable to match the
Americans. If the Soviets are to
capture they must improve in
these events.
Mass Particiation Drive
That is why they are staging a
great mass participation drive in
track and field. It is significant
to them that the Americans al-
ready have a group of new young
stars for° 1956.
Soviet Sport also praised Jim
Golliday of Northwestern in the
100 and 220 yard dashes.

ALL
ONE
ONE
ONE
ONE
ONE

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For Real Bargains Shop in
Air-Conditioned Comfort
Open Monday Evening Till 9
"Walk A Few Steps and Save Dollars"
. ov $

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* PAJAMAS
* SWEATERS
* SLACKS
* RAIN COATS
*TIES
* JACKETS
* ROBES
i* COLORED
SHIRTS

STRAW HATS
LOT SLACKS
LOT SPORT COATS
LOT CORDUROY SPORT COATS
LOT SUITS
LOT WINTER JACKETS

20% Off
Year Around
* SUITS
* TOPCOATS
* HATS
e SOX

WALKING SHORTS

U.S. Army Chino-Sanforized .$1.39

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"Read and Use Daily Classifieds

SKIP-DENT SPORT SHIRTS'
Sanforized, Assorted Colors

Rampant Praise Given Chisox
$.00 ~In Chicago Council Resolution

CANVAS SHOES

Sponge Rubber Soles ........ $2.69

MEN'S LEISURE PANTS

Sanforized

.....$2.66, 2 Pair $5.00

OPEN TILL 8:30 P.M. MONDAYS

CHICAGO (M - If adjectives
help, the Chicago White Sox are
a cinch to beat the Yankees in
their current series in New York
for first place in the American
League.
Chicago's City Council, in a
resolution introduced by Mayor
Player Deal
CINCINNATI ( ) - General
Manager Gabe Paul of the Cin
cinnati Redlegs announced yes-
terday the sale of veteran
third baseman Bobby Adams to
the Chicago White Sox for an.
undisclosed sum of cash and a
player to be delivered later.
Richard J. Daley, hailed the Sox
for "unusual enthusiasm, excellent
ability and unexcelled devotion"
and assured them that "the people
of Chicago have unfailing support,
unquenchable loyalty and unre-
served pride" in them.
The resolution. did not mention
the Yankees by name but referred
to them as "cunning with measure-
I-M SOFTBALL SCORE
Phi Rho Sigma 6, Old Dads 1

SAM'S STORE

122 E. Washington St.
Samuel J. Benjamin, Owner, '27, Lit.

ead and Use Daily Classifieds

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ANN ARBOR
BARGAIN
DAYS

2 days*

Wonderful
BARGAINS
FOR YOU
of

less chicanery and sleepless tenac-
ity."
Daley is an avid White Sox fan
as well as a 1.000 hitter. He has
had two hits in two times at bat
so far this cummer in City Council
softball games.
Lopez Lauds
Fine Hurling
Of Reliefers,
CLEVELAN (P) - Al Lopez
credits two young relief pitchers,
DonMossi and Ray Narleski, with
keeping his Cleveland Indians in
the American League pennant
race,
"They're No. 1 reasons we're
contenders," the Cleveland man-
ager said flatly in an interview.
Mossi has pitched in eight of the
Indians' last ten games and Nar-
leski has workecd.in eight.
Fpure in Double Win
Both saw action in last Sunday's
double 5-1, 5-2 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles.
"Those two guys make it easy
for a manager," Lopez said. "Why
take chances when you have them
around?"
Lopez said he doesn't plan to
make starters of either of the two
unless it becomes absolutely nec-
essary.
"If one starts, we wouldn't be
able to use him again for four.
days. And the way our starters
have been goin', we can't take
that chance," he said,
i'Major League.
Standingfs
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB'
New York .....60 37 .619 -
Chicago .......57 38 .600 2
Cleveland .....58 39 .598 2
Boston ........56 41 .577 4
Detroit ........52 43 .547 7,
Kansas City ...39 58 .402 21
Washington ...34 62 .354 251
Baltimore .....28 66 .298 30/
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 9-1, Kansais City
3-3
New York 1, Chicago 0
Boston 5, Cleveland 1
Detroit 8-7, Baltimore 6-2 (1st
game, 12 innings)
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Washington (2,
twi-night)-- Shantz (5-7)
and Herbert (1-6) vs. Schmitz
(5-5) and Stone (5-11).
Detroit at Baltimore (2, twi-
night) - Gromek (9-6) and
Coleman (1-2) vs. Brown (1-
1) and Gray (0-0).
Chicago at New York -- Byrd"
(5-4) vs. Lopat, (4-7).
Cleveland at Boston Houtte-
man (7-3) vs. Brewer (7-8).
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WILD' S

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REDUCED

Street

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Every garment offered you is new
months. New Fall suits and sport
FAMOUS NAME
SHIRTS
for business wear
Colored Cotton Broadcloth
*2.91
(usually $4.50).
A limited number of white shirts
included
SPORT SHIRTS
$2.91
Values to, $4.95

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ANN ARBOR

BARGAIN
DAYS
SPECIAL

ys,

SPECIALS
ALL SUITS and SPORT COAS

this year. No merchandise has been in our store more than 3
coats will carry a Bargain Days Discount.

79C

WHITE
T-SHIRTS
Our Regular $1.00 Value

TREMENDOUS
SELECTION!
SLACKS
OFF
(CUFFED FREE)
This sale includes all remaining sum-
mer slacks and year 'round slacks.
Flannels, gabardines, worsteds, Dacron,
WooL

TWO DAYS to offer this season's stock at below cost re-
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ductions to make these the best Bargain Days we ever
had. YOUR DAYS to find exceptional values. Prices lower

BATHING
TRUNKS
2 O /pOFF

than your greatest expectations.

GET SEVERAL

PAIR NOW!

Group of 100% Wool Suits-dark
colors, tweeds and gabardines.
Sizes 9-15, 10-40, 121 to 20 /2.

A

Group of Spring Coats -- 100%
wool pastels, white and dark
shades. Many originally pricedto
$59.95.
Two Groups of Better Dresses.
many good for fall and winter.
Failles, taffetas, bembergs, crepes,
pure silks, prints and shantungs.
Sizes 9-15, 10-44 and 12V-
24 , tails 10-20. Evening and
cocktail dresses included.
Group of Dusters--rain or shine
coats, linens, failles, cottons, gab-
ardines and checks.

~25 005
Any Tw*o $14.95:
Sale Priced Items
Purchased
Together $15.00

Group of Better Dresses and Cos.
tume Suits, Crepes, silk shantung,
faille and sheer wool. Also evening

and cocktail dresses. All sizes.

4

SUPER FIRST QUALITY
ANKLET HOSE 2 OFF
SPECIAL All Brand Name Hosiery

$15**

Including Many
Values to $39.95

Two Groups of Rayon Suits --"
wrinkle resistant fabrics. Pastels
and dark colors to wear through
fall. Sizes 9-15, 10-44, 121/.

$1000

221/2.

Ivy League
KHAKI
SLACKS
Bargain Days Special
Regularly $4.95
NOW$ 95

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Reduced to

500 PAIRS
SHOES

Men's Pure Irish
LINEN
Handkerchiefs
Bargain Days Special
Regular Price 55c
or
While they last

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Many Values
to $29.95

$7.00
Group of Dresses-Better cottons, jerseys, bem-
bergs, nylons. Sizes 9-15, 10-44, 121/2 to
24I.

AT $5.00
50 Better Dresses, hats, better blouse's of ny-
lon, orion, silk, or rayon. Costume jewelry
(genuine zircon set rings), Nylon slips. Orion,
wool and better cotton skirts, jackets and
sweaters.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Brooklyn .....67 31 .684
Milwaukee .....53 44 .546
New York .....52 46 .531
Philadelphia ...51 50 .505
Chicago .......46 53 .465
St. Louis .....43 51 .457
Cincinnati ..41 55 .427
Pittsburgh .....38 61 .384

GB
13Y2
15
17
21Y2
22
25
29

$

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Values to $17.95

AT $2.9'
Group of Blouses (nylon, rayon and better cot-
tons). Handbags-plastic and leather. Cotton
skirts -shorts -slacks - halters weskits

HATS HANDBAGS
Straws, braids, Linens, plastics,
felts, velve s. Leathers and
OriginallyL straws
to $8.95

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Chicago 5 (12 in-
nings)
Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 1
Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 2

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