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F MICHIGAN DAILY

SloBoston, in the American league,
liUDP held her lead of over 70 points by
winning and losing the same number
p g I OM Iof games as New York, who is in sec-

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TON STILL HOLDS LEAD OF
MORE THAN 70 POINTS IN
AMERICAN LEAGUE
tring the past week, in the big
Les, the New York Giants con-1
ed to slip, although they broke
in the six games played. They
two games, however, to the Chi-
Cubs, who are in second place
allowed the Windy City team to
b within two games of New
's lead.
e Giants, although they started
season in whirlwind style, losing
one start in 19, have been drop-
games "consistently since they
n their western invasion. Barnes,

ond place, during the past week. Each
of the teams won three and lost two.
St. Louis passed Cleveland, when. the
latter team , was beaten by New
York, Sunday. The Browns had the
best record of any of the teams in
either league during the last seven
days, losing only one game and win-
ning five.

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St. Louis Pressed Closely
Both Cleveland and Chicago are
"pressing St. Louis closely, the White
Sox in fifth place being only 33 points
behind the Browns. Cleveland is but
a half of a game into fourth place,
and a victory will give them third
position back.
The Athletics and Washington are
bunched in sixth and seventh place.
The Senators had a bad week of it
winning onlvy two of Piaht am~a one

CLOTHES TO MEET
TODAY'S BEQIIIREMENTS
The big thing in clothes today i~i wear.
However, it is nothing new with
K u p p e n h e im e r, Fr^ jI
Clothes
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cher, gotten by McGraw in his .of which was a tie
with Boston this spring, has IDetroit is at the bottom of the lat-
alled to the colors and his ab- ter. The Tigers, who promised so
from the pitching -staff will much in their early season form,
i the defense of the Giants con- have not been able to find themselves
ly. since the big race has begun. Alto-
Cubs have been playing good gether, they have won but nine games
rkndwhile ton their easterand two of these they won last week.
rhich begins this week, they -- .- -

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eturn to Chicago in the lead.
>ssible that when the Giants
k in the shelter of the Polo I
they will take a brace, which
an that the Cubs will have to
- best to beat New York out.
Incinnati Showing Well
inati has also been on the
path. They beat the Giants
t of five games, in their se-
the beginning ok the week,
t only one game besides the
New York. They are in third

YESTERDAY'S

GAMES

American League
Washington, '; Detroit, 4.
Philadelphia, 8; St. Louis, 4.
Chicago, 6; Boston, 4.
New York,, 7; Cleveland, 1.

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Yhey have always
en gluttons for
.g, hard wear.
ad they are as
art as they are
urdy---a great
thes combination.
ir values are real
opportunities.

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National League
Philadelphia, 2; Cincinnati,
Chicago, 7; New York, 3.
Boston, 2; Pittsburg, 1.
Broklyn, I; St. Louis, 0.

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is the only other team
wve .500, and is in fourth.
ring the. past week they
: even, winning two and
Four Fight Hard i
hia, Boston, St. Louis, and
re now in fifth, sixth, Bev-
ighth places, respectively.
ched and fighting hard to
the cellar. Boston made
pearance during the past
7 winning four out of six

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Methodist church, may call either Gil-
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