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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1957

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Pirates Put Braves
Three Games Out

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BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. () -
Herb Score, 24-yr.-old Cleveland
Indians' pitching star, and a high
school classmate, Nancy McNam-
ara, were married yesterday at St.
Mark's Catholic Church.
The couple left on a honeymoon,
trip, which will have to be short,
because Score is scheduled to re-
port Monday to a Cleveland doc-
tor who will decide whether he
has recovered sufficiently from an
eye injury to return to baseball.
Vaughn Wins
CHICAGO UP) - Sharpshooter
Willie Vaughn flailed Chebo Her-
nandez with lefts and rights at
will in the seventh round last
night to stop the rugged Mexican
middleweight from Juarez on a
technical knockout at 2:19.
The last three rounds of the na-
tionally televised scrap in Chicago
Stadium were filled with violence
as each fighter landed staggering
rights.

PITTSBURGH (AP)-Bob Purkey
gave up only six hits as the hust-
ling Pittsburgh Pirates defeated
the second-place Milwaukee
Braves, 5-2, last night and drop-
ped the Braves three full games
back of the league-leading St.
Louis Cardinals.
The seventh-place Pirates won
their fourth in a row. Gene Baker
supplied the payoff punch with a
three-run single in the sixth in-
ning to break a 2-2 tie.
'Doubleheaders
Too Much': Musial
ST. LOUIS (R) - Stan Musial,
the National League's iron man,
said yesterday he has played his
last doubleheader of the 1957 sea-
son.
The great . St. Louis Cardinal
star, with the full approval of
Manager Fred Hutchinson. has
decided it would be best for him
as wellas, his team if he sat out
the second games of twin bills
for the remainder of the season.
"I have reached the point where
playing two nine-inning games in
one day takes too much out of
me," Musial said a little sadly.
Anyone interested in summer
intramural golf should contact
the Sports Building at NO
3-4181.
-Rod Grambeau

The victory gave the right-
hander Purkey a 9-7 record.
Bob Buhl, who allowed only five
hits in the first six innings, was
charged with his fifth defeat in 14
decisions.
Eddie Matthews got the Braves
off to a two-run lead in the first
inning with his 18th homer of the
season after a single by Red
Schoendienst.
The Pirates forged a tie in the
fourth on Bob Skinner's inside-
the-park circuit clout.

Semi -Annual

Clearance

All items on this sale are from our regular stock of domestci and imported clothing

and furnishings. Both summer and regular weight goods are
reduced from 20% to 50%

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BOB SKINNER
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CLOTHING

The NEW WHRV

REGULAR WEIGHT SUITS

SUMMER WEIGHT SUITS

Presents
19-NEWSCASTS DAILY-19
PLUS
Three Weathercasts Direct from Willow Run
DON HERMAN - News Editor

formerly $125.00.

.... NOW $98.50

formerly $105.00.

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... .NOW 76.00

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95.00.... .NOW

76.00

85,00.... NOW 68.00

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TYPEWRITERS SOLD
ALL MAKES
Standard, Electric, RENTED
;fix---------- --":
Portable:
BOUGHT

WASHABLE CLOTHES
Cords, Stripes, Solid Colors
$28.75 $19.95
39.75 29.95
52.50 41.95
59.50 46.95
(Good range of sizes, including extra longs)
Sport Coats and Slacks 20% to 50% off
(Alterations at Cost)

Tigers' Star Takes Shift
To Third Base in Stride

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FURNISHINGS

By FRED KATZ
The usual chagrin of a losing
team's clubhouse seemed to be
absent last Saturday evening al-
though the Tigers dropped a 12-
inning contest to Kansas City, 3-1.
Kuenn Takes It Hard
Taking the loss pretty hard,
however, was Harvey Kuenn, De-
troit's 26-yr.-old captain. Kuenn
Tuesday played in his fifth con-
secutive All-Star game at short-
stop, even though he has been
currently switched to third base
by manager Jack Tighe.
Indicative of the great pro that
he is, is the fact that Kuenn moved
to the hot corner "without any
practice whatsoever.
"Last week was the first time. I
had ever played third base in the
majors. I played one inning in
spring training, but never during
the pennant race," the blond-
haired star revealed.
Rookie Ronnie Samford has
filled in capably at short, leaving
Kuenn rather puzzled as to just
what position he will be playing.
'Know Nothing Definite'
$"I guess they want me to stay
at third, but I don't know any-
thing definite about it," he said.
When asked which team had
the best pitching staff this year,
he quipped. "I could name seven
of them. Seriously though, they
have all improved over last sea-
Son."
Another shift might take place,
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
New York 51 26 .662 -
Chicago 49 29 .628 2%
Boston 42 37 .532 10
Cleveland 39 38 .506 12
Detroit 39 39 .500 121/2
Baltimore 37 39 .487 13i/
Kansas City 29 47 .382 211/-
Washington 25 56 .309 28
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No games scheduled.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
Boston at Detroit - Fornieles (5-8)
vs. Lary (4-11).
Washington at Chicago (N) - Ra-
mos (6-6) vs. Keegan (4-3).
Baltimore at Cleveland (2-twi-
night)-Moore (5-5) and O'Dell (1-2.)
vs. Nareski (5-I) and Lemon (5-7).
New York at Kansas City (N) -
Turley (4-2) vs. Terry (3-3).
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis 46 31 .597 -
Milwaukee 44 35 .557 3
Philadelphia 42 34 .553 31/
Cincinnati 44 36 .550 3Y2
Brooklyn 41 36 .532 5
New York 36 43 .456 11
Pittsburgh 30 49 .380 17
Chicago 26 45 .366 17
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 5, Milwaukee ?.
Only game scheduled.
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
St. Louis at New York - L. Mc-
Daniel (8-4) vs. Antonelli (7-7) or
Gomez (10-7).
Cincinnati 'at Brooklyn (N)--Law-
rence (9-5) vs. McDevitt (3-1).
Chicago at Philadelphia (2-twi-
night) - Rush (1-7) and Elston (2-0)
vs. Haddiv (7-5) and Simmons (8-4).
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N) .-
Trowbridge (2-1) vs. Law (4-4).

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that of Reno Bertoia from third
to short. Bertoia, who was one of
the league's leading hitters for
the first month, attended .Michi-
gan on a baseball scholarship in
1953.
Bertoia, a good-looking 22-yr.-
old, told why he signed with De-
troit after only one semester at
Michigan.
"I received offers from several
teams, but the _ Tigers were the
first one to mention money. On
the advice of my coach at As-
sumption High School in Wind-
sor, I accepted."
Bertoia explained his pheno-
menal batting. success by saying,
"I was more assured and had
greater confidence. I think I ma-
tured a lot at Charleston last
year."
Both Bertoia and Kuenn are in
unison with the rest of the league
in their appraisal of Cleveland's
Herb Score as the toughest pitch-
er.
I-M SOFTBALL
Pharmacology 6, Bacteriology 0 (forfeit)
Psychology "A" 21, Philosophy 0
Astronomy 18, Anthropology 7
Chemistry "A" 16, Hurons 4
Sun Tans 8, CMS' Srs. 5
Brewster Boys 5, Hornets 3

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DRESS SHIRTS
formerly 5.50 to 5.95 ... NOW $4.45

BEST IJN VALUE-BEST IN

PRICE

formerly 6.25 to 6.95.. . NOW
formerly 8.95 ........ NOW

5.20
6.70

HANDMADE NECKWEAR
formerly 1.50 to 2.00... NOW $ .95
formerly 2.50 ........ NOW 1.65
formerly 3.50 ........NOW 2.65
formerly 5.00 .....,...NOW 3.65

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LIGHTWEIGHTS
ADULT SIZE
GUARANTEED
BICYCLES
FOR RENT
Day - Week - Month

$3395

20% to 50% off
Long and short sleeve sport shirts, Bermuda shorts, swim suits, straw
Bathrobes, Fancy belts, Pajamas, Caps, etc.
ALL SALES FINAL
(Summer Store Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 9:00 to 5:30; Sat. 9:00 to 1 :00)

hats,

USED
BICYCLES

Panoven

CAMPUS BIKE & TOY

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DOBBS HATS

BURBERRY COATS

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RABIDEAU-HARRIS EARLY JULY
REDUCTION SALE!
MEN'S SUITS-SPORT COATS
America's Finest clothing - Don Richards
Worsted-Tex - Fashionmode, Rock-knit - Sum-
mer and year round weights.
Make your selection from large complete
stocks - Regulars, Longs, Shorts, Stouts and

Camelet Bros. Remodeling SALE

25% to 60% OFF
" REGULAR and LIGHTWEIGHT SUITS
" SPORT COATS, SLACKS, and BLAZERS

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Short Stouts.
$35 values
$40 values
$45 values
$50 values
$55 values
$65 values
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SUITS
..... ... . Reduced -
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....... . Reduced -
....... .Reduced -

Including

many of our fine imports

Now $23
Now $27
Now $33
Now $37
Now $43

-Suits and Sport Coats

FURNISHINGS

........ .Reduced -Now $53
PORTCOATS

$60.00
$65.00
$75.00
$26.50

* * * reduced
. . . . reduced
. . . . reduced
. . . .reduced

to $45.00
to $52.00
to $59.75,
to $15.75

$17.50values ....... Reduced -Now $14
$25.00 values ...... . Reduced - Now $20
$29.50 values ...... . Reduced - Now $23
$35.00 values .... . . .Reduced -Now $27
Short Sleeve SPORTSHRT Special
$2.65 values .............Now $1.99
$3.65 values ............Now $2.99
$4.45 and $4.95 values ... . Now $3.99

Special
Group
Sport Shirts
T-Shirts,
Socks and
Belts
50% off

~33'

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off

SPORT SHIRTS -INDIA MADRAS
EGYPTIAN COTTONS, BATISTE
and GINGHAM
Reduced 331/3%
TAILORED BERMUDA SHORTS
331/3 %off
Handmade
IMPORTED SILK NECKWEAR
Regular Price $3.50 and $4.50
Now $1.55

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Madras Shirts
Belts and Bermuda Hose
Included

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