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June 08, 1917 - Image 3

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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T

WAIGHS SIGNG WITH YESTERDAY'S GAMES
eAmerican League
ST. LOUIS__SIGNIFICANT Detroit at Boston; no game, rain.
St. Louis at Philadelphia; no game,
0H10 STATE'S STAR JUMPS; MAY rain.
SIZED LIGHT ON
DEAL Cleveland at New York; no game,
rain.
News dispatches from Columbus, 0., -
state that Pitcher Wright of the Ohio Chicago......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 0
State Varsity baseball team has sign- Washington . .00 00 00 0 01-1 8 1
National League
edi with the St. Louis Browns. This
neys is interesting to Michigan base- Brooklyn .....0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1-5 8 0
ball followers, for when Branch Rick- Pittsburg .....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-3 7 0
cy transferred to the Cardinals from
the Browns, it was the understanding New York ...110 100 223-10 15 1
that he should not negotiate with Cincinnati ...0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0- 1 11 4
WVright of Ohio State. Brandell of
Michigan, or Legore of Yale, until aft- Phillies at Chicago; no game, rain.
er July 1.
The signing of Wright with theB
Browns shows that Branch has stuck Boston.................. 0 2 20-4
to the propositon, for he wanted the St.'...........
Ohioan who has pitched wonderful
ball for the past few years. Wright LEA(WE STANDINGS
wound up his college career with a,~-~~~~g
shut out against Chicago, letting the Anerican League
Windy City crew down with four scat- W. L. PetI
tered hits. Boston ........ ......29 13 .690
Elner Brandell has received several Chicago .............30 15 .667
offers the Past few weeks, but he has New York ...........23 19 .547
not signed as he is undecided now Cleveland ...........25 23 .521
whether he will go directly into the Detroit .............>.18 24 .429
great national pastime as a regular St. Louis ............17 26 .395
occupation, or assist in routing the Washington .........17 27 .386
kaiser from his strongholds in Berlin. Philadelphia ...r.....14 26 .350
Two or thre4 eastern clubs are after-
the sensational Michigan shortstopper $ National League
and it would not be surprising to see New York ...........24 14 .632
Bran allied with one of these if he Phillies .......:.....24 14 .632
decides to adopt baseball as a means Chicago .............28 18 .609
of earning a livelihood as soon as he Cincinnati. .. . .. . ....20 17 .541
graduates. St. Louis .......,....22 20 .524
Many local baseball followers doubt Brooklyn ..... . ...,...15 20 .429
whether Bran will consider the Boston..............14 20 .412
(Continued on Page Four.) Pittsburg ...........14 28 .333

Yost Coaching
NewOil Wells
H.y Up Man Uncovers a Play Like-
ly to Win Financial
Game
Winchester, Ky., June 7.-"Hurry-
UP" Yost, Michigan's famous football
coach, is destined to become known
as "Lucky" Yost, through his invest-
mnts in the Irvine oil fields. Sev eral
fine wells have been developed on
leases owned by Yost, who has moved
his family here because his interests
have grown so large that they require
all of his time. Oil well experts pre-
dict that his fortune will soon make
the gate receipts of a Michigan-Min-
nesota football game look like a white
chip in a broker's poker game.
Yost has been in the oil game here
a little over a year. Following early
reverses in these oil fields, "Hurry-
Up" and his drillers hit several 200-
barrel-a-day producers. and he im-
mediately joined the ranks of other
less famous prospectors.
To the boys in Winchester Yost is a
hero. The Standard Oil company is not
overlooking him, either, as he re-
ceived a fair slice of the $10,000,000
which that company scattered among
the owners of good producing wells a
few days ago.
The coach is so happy over the way
fortune has smiled upon him here
that he has promised to make the
Winclbester high school football team
champions of Kentucky next fall. And
the boys believe he will do it, too.
House Adopts General Spy Bill
Washington, June 7.-The house late
today adopted the conference report
on the general spy bill, with the press
censorship clause eliminated.

MINNESOTA INSTITUTIONS TO
CONTINUE SPORTS DESPITE WAR
Minneapolis, June 7.- Continuance
of athletics by Minnesota colleges next
fall is assured. Representatives of
the four leading colleges-Hamline,
St.Thomas, Carleton, and Macalester-
voted not to abandon athletics even.
though the country is at war. All
plan, however, to have military drill.

HANS WAGNER MAKES INITIAL
APPEARANCE OF 1917 SEASON
Pittsburg, Pa., June 7.-Hans Wag-
ner made his initial appearance for the
1917 season this afternoon, when he
took Bunny Brief's place at first base
for the Pirates. The veteran was re-
instated yesterday by the national
league commission, following his
strike against a salary cut proposed

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Wonderful New 1K
BLOUSES
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wear in Voiles, Lawm, and Batistes C?
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of them. Two styles are pictured. Many
are hemstitched. Every new style in the .
large collars. Some embroidered fronts,
some with pin tucking. Misses', regular r-0
and extra sizes..
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