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The Wolverine, 1921-06-21

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In The Line Of Sports

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(By Harry B. Grundy)

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In the Big leagues this year there
are two of the closest fights in re-
cent years going'on. In the National
league Pittsburgh has shown unex-
pected strength from the start and hasI
been able to maintain its place on top,
although closely pressed by the New
York Giants. The recent series be-
tween these two leaders resulted in.
some one-sided games, although the
Pirates emerged with their three game
{margin.
Monday the Giants made the Pitts-
burghers look like a sand lot and
won by the score of 12 to 1 while on
the next day Pittsburgh turned the ta-
bles and gave McGraw's men the lit-
tle end of a 10 to 1 argument. These
two teams appear to be head and
shoulders above anything else in the
league except possibly the old Bos-
ton Braves. The Braves, with Mitch-
ell, the. old Cub pilot, back again,
seem to be taking a new lease on
life and are closing in on the leaders
The result of the Pittsburgh'Boston
series will thoroughly test the stam-
ina of the Pirate machine since it
comes after the hard series with New
York. Pittsburgh's success is large-
ly due to her pitching staff, of which
Cooper, Hamilton and Adams are the
mainstays. Old' Babe Adams, hero of
the 1909 world series, is apparently
in his second childhood for the vet-
eran romps over the diamond defeat-
ng all of the teams. The hard hit-
ting Giants were helpless against
him. Five years ago it was thought
Adams was through as a Major league
hurler.

will seriously diminish the chances
for the Oxford-Cambridge team to
capture the two mile event. McIn-
ness is the third British athlete to be
on the sick list, as Trowbridge, for-
mer Princeton athlete, and Oxford's,
crack hurler, withdrew last week
when he was taken down with -appen-
dicitis.

battle

Carpentier to Meet Gibbons
Americans may again see Georges
:n action, for Tex Rickard, the box-
ing promoter, has the signature of
Tommy Gibbons, America's greatest
light heavyweight, to the agreements
1or a match with the Frenchman to
be held some time this fall in the Jer-
sey City arena or at Madison Square
Garden, New York. Carpentier sign-
ed articles two weeks ago agreeing to
meet any man Rickard picked but
stating that he preferred Gibbons.
Although Carpentier has' sailed for

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Europe he expects to be be
country by September.
A match between these tv
of the boxing game wou
wide attention. The men
of equal weight and are t
most clever men in the rin
Carpentier's defeat by Den
popularity has not been
and another appearance of tJ
man is demanded. Gibbons
be the logical choice and
of giving the wily foreign
battle.

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Yankees 1eetCleveland
Closer yet is the race in the
American league, where the race has
narrowed down to a contest between
Cleveland and the New York Yan-
kees. The series now going on I-
tween these two clubs may go a long
way in deciding the question o, s-
premacy. Before the series opened
the Clevelanders were hanging on to
i narrow one game lead over the
fast coming Yankees. If Babe Ruth
is able to get the range on the wall
around the C eveland park the In-
dians may be forced out of first place,
which they have tenaciously held
on to.

Store closes at 12 o'clock
on Wednesday during
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PICNICS

A H EAD

New York has just finished a prof-
itable series against Detroit, while
Is = Cleveland has faced the strong Wash-
ington club If the Cleveland pitch-
ing staff, composed of Bagby, Coveles-
Water .ie, Caldwell and Mails, goes accord-
Boots, = ,ng to dope, Speaker's men should be,
n able to keep Ruth and the Yankees
(Mans, _ down, but any slips in this series may
, etc. mean a pennant in a race which has
been as close as the present one.
dren's New Yorkers Running Good'
rents. - With both New York clubs pressing
C hard for first place there is a greater
possibility of a world series this fall
hes between clubs from the same city
Ethan there has been since the days
>f 1906, when the Cubs and White
Sox meet, to decide the champion-

When a few hours out in the open do wonders towa
ing forget the tiresome heat of the day. Cool, attractive
are essential for successful outings.
Our collections of new surnmer apparel are well w

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viewing.

Sport Skirti

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Fan ti-si sport skirts are among the most popular summer
They come in white and colors and are cleverly tailored with a
pockets Fan-ti-si skirts launder and give long service. We are
our $9.75 skirts for $6.95 Saturday.

Both of these once great machines,
the White Sox and Cubs, are now
well down in the second division and
it appears that unless some unusual
talent is uncovered these teams will
'e forced to go through 'the slow
process of developing chamnionsir
'ams again. The Sox are putting up
a game fight after the sudden loss of
their flock of stars, while Faber's
pitching is a sensation.
A B itish Team Jinxed
The Oxford-Cambridge track team,
which is to meet th'e combined forces
,f Harvard and Yale, seems to be
jinxed since its arrival in America
With less than a week remaining be-
fore the big .international event the
Englishmen are handicapped by the
illness of M. A. McInness, Oxford mid-
dle distance runner, who is confined
to his room with Ia dangerous bron-
chial attack.
McInness is not the only star of
the English team who is on the hos-
pital list, for Stellard, star miler, has
a, fallen transverse arch in his left
foot. Both men are under the care of
their physician, who believes that his
men will be able to compete Satur-'
day, although neither of them can do
any training for four or five days.
The loss of McInness is particularly
discouraging to the English team as
he has not been able to be on the

Silk Sweaters

A silk sweater is just the thing to wear with a sport skirt. We hav
models, one with a white yarn tuxedo collar priced $9.95 and the
with a collar of the same material as the sweater, priced $7.95. Both
els come in black, white and a variety of colors.

Sleeveless Frocks

Attractive

room in
for next
m. 10-2
and Tau

Dame Fashion greatly f a v o r s
sleeveless frocks this season. They
are chic and cool.
Saturday our $ 4.50Q sleeveless
frocks of linine, in a variety of col-
ors, will be reduced to $1.98.
Charmeuse sleeveless frocks that
are appropriate for all afternoon
occasions in white or colors, are
priced $13.95.

For wear with sleeve
net blouses are especi
priate. We have a nunm
models in ecru net-and1
that are priced $7.50
Smocks

Jaunty little smocks of Ja'
cre pe of gay color make a
unusually joyful. These smoc
embroidered in harmonizin
ors and cleverly trimmed'
beads. Saturday $4.50 s
will be $2.95

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