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Biase Ste 1i nrwas in diifficul1ty, he had a man on
ITy Cobb, manager of the Dtroitseod ndti.Felg hmef
Tigers, has come forth W-ith anexwakng he decided to call for 'a re-
planation for the great increase in lief pitcher, so hbe deliberately took
hitting in the big league circles and f his glove, placed it on the ground
the decrease i_1 base stealing. Accord+- '11h the ball beside it and walked off
ing to the tormeLr king of base steal- eh field toward6 the dugout. The
ers and batters the game moves in Ameri;can rdayers were quick to take
cylsan d following great cycles of ,advantage of this misplay and before
high class pitching and base running Waiseda realized w;hat had happengd,
we have the cycle of hitting which is=thtwo: men had scampered. across
evident in present day baseball, the Mate. rrhe WA aseda boys deserve
Cobb declares that withi the slug-; 'Tdit for the sftrong game they play,
gers of today base stealing, is a back blut it nMay b some time before the
number but hie further states that the' art of ourr national game pis fully ac-
hitting streak will pass and then we qie by its newer enthusiasts, the
will return to the cycles of p)itchig Jaanese.
rand base running. Cobb said: "In fivel -
years my base running marks may be i Tennis
eclipsed by somne youngster now in N ew po)rt, I I., July 8. The net
grammar school." e~mrepresenting Yale and Harvard
uni vers ities won the intercollegiate
Track hevcnis tennis tournamecnt from the. Oxford
Pasadena, Cali., July 8. - The tIbreQ and Camb'ridge universities of Eng- ycaposi trh adfedantt;wecpuigfurfte
Smeet of the National A. A. U. finished sxsingles mnatches> together with a
here last Tuesday. The New York viory in one of the three doubles
Athletic club took all five of~ the re- natches. The pWayers representing,
la aeso esterday's card. larri - ,the American nd British universities j
so)n Thompson, of Los Angeles, tooks were evenly miatchedt, but the Amen-
first in the all around chamapionship'TC --1s playedi in better form, especially)
with what is thought to be a net,- -n the siing;les. The deciding match'
world's record for points scored. ':::J teeni Wheeler of Yale and Hep-'
total wias 7,594. The farmier recordb rn of Oxvford was an e2xcitir~g affair.

BATHING S UV]
all Wool or jersey for men, women and children
S+port, Hiking and Riding Breec
for ladies and men
A large assortment in Khaki, Whipcord, Cordu~roy, Serge,E
Golf Breeches, Khaki Sport Suits, 0. D. an~d Khaki Shi;
Puttees and and Sport Hose.
SHOES: Munson Army, Dress Shoes and
fords.
TENTS: All sizes, Gold Medal Cots $4.50, CI
Bags.
Army Blankets, Rubber Boots, Rain Coats, Comp,~
etc.
Su rplus Supplies Store
213 North 4th Avenue
AlThings llNecessary' Foi
Your Vaceation Trips
Picnic Sets, Grids of all sizes, Icy-Hot Bott
Fishing Tackle, line line
Be prepared for any emergency
Accessories for the Auto
Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tires and Tub

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was held by a brother of Tuesday's'
1winner, Fred Thompsvon. E+arl Gilfil.-
lan, of thle Illinois A. C. and former
Notre Dame star, headed the Mliddle
West entries for gall around honors
and captured fourth place in thec
+mee-t.
In the 440 yard relay a new rteoerd
wv as set by the New York Athletic

Ti t")o' the Old Eli player five sets
toff conqu.er the English riacqueter and
to win the match for the American!
schools.
AEETUNER EW O NDITIONS

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club. T'he ne time was 42 3-5y This - e York, July 8.h- Jack Demp-
n ew. record is one-fifth of a second wrdshayegtcapo
"ste Pma.':(l ge Creniehis defeated
fast er than the 'time .ma:de by -the,
fliers from the University of Penus y l- ch'allengser, will meet again soon, butj
vania in 1919. net as fighters, !ohW~sadJci a
learned, consider themselves pretty Vi oc o gk
Albert M. Barron, formner Penn' ar"annesadte aeacp
Stfate football star, has been selected Aani invitation to race in a large'
.:s football coach at the 1idchigan A- _swPimming pool here. There is no
~icultural college for a three yearprean It s no nune
pu se a d t is ntin oud to succeed "Potsy" Clark, who wheth'er the contest for aquatic su-I
has resigned, according to Director preacy wvould be open to the pub-
Chester 'L. Brewer. lic or not.

We are ±expecting another large s
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Japi~iicse in Baseball

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SMichigan's .two baseball games play-
-- o ed with Waseda uniiversity, of Japan,
a during Commence-ment week, showed~
-cleairly that, although thle sons of the
=Orient can play ball, they doo not have
the baseball instinct or the knowledge
- of the finer points of the gamhe which I
are characteristic of the game as play-
l ed in America. The Japanese play(-se
- were agile and often brought applause
=by their brilliant fielding, but thiey
j failed to take advanztage of the
Sbreaks which the American~ boys havhe
= been trained to do since sand lot
~days.
~~ One striking example of this lack of
baseball instinct tooks place in Detroit
when Waseda was playing the uni-
~versity of that city. The Jap pitcher

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