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THE TAR HEEL
Friday, July U, 1951
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It was mixed softball on Em-
erson Field last week, with boys
and girls alike participating in
seven innings of unique softball.
The two teams, known only as
"We" and "They" were composed
of five boys and five girls each.
The boys played first, third and
outfield, and the girls filed in at
the other positions. To make it
more even, of course, the boys
were forced to bat opposite from
their usual manner.
Buell Moser was outstanding
for the "We" team, getting two
singles and one double and scor
ing twice; and that's as far as
the scorecard goes.
The score ... oh yes, 9-6, in
favor of the "They" team . . . who
ever they were.
Former World Heavyweight
Boxing Champion Joe Louis, fresh
from his recent sixth round TKO
over Lee Savold, has signed to
meet Argentine heavyweight Cea
sar Brion in San Francisco on
July 30 or August 1.
Jimmy Murphy and Louis
Thomas of the National Boxing
Club announced that Louis agreed
to a rematch for 36 per cent of the
gate. Louis took a 10-round deci
sion from the Latin boxer last
November in Chicago.
Critics were generally favorable
when regarding the Brown Bomb
er after the Savold fight. Many
believed that the fight, which was
neither televised nor broadcast,
was the best yet for the former
champion since he began his
steady comeback. Louis is sched
uled to fight current Heavyweight
Champion Ezzard Charles some
time in September.
Winius And Greenbaum
On Dixie All-Star Team
Walt Winius nnri Art Green-
baum, Carolina lacrosse players,
have been named to the Dixie
League second All-Star team.
Winius, from New Orleans, has
been a defensive star for the Tar
Heels for the past three years.
Greenbaum, a native of Baltimore,
Md., has been a regular on de
fense for two years.
Four other Tar Heel stickmen
were given honorable mention.
They were W. Ernst, H. Kaufman,
H. Ervin, and H. Debnam. The
Tar Heel lacrosse team is coached
by Alan Moore.
During the winter and spring
quarters of last year, The Daily
Tar Heel sports staff initiated the
practice of recognizing Tar Heel
athletes for outstanding play dur
ing the week by naming one of
them as the Athlete of the Week.
During the course of the two
quarters, 12 athletes were select
ed, with no athlete winning more
than once. Jim Thomas, All-
American swimmer, took top
honors by being selected as The
Daily Tar Heel Athlete of the
Basketballer Vince Grimaldi
was chosen as the first DTH Ath
lete, to be followed by swimmers,
golfers, trackmen, and baseballers
as the season progressed.
With the 25th annual Univer
sity of North Carolina Coaching
School still more than three weeks
awav. applications are already
coming in to Director Tom Scott.
The Tar Heel Coaching School,
one of the oldest in the nation,
covers all phases of athletic ac
tivities. Injuries, movies, and
equipment are covered.
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EM OVAL SALE
We're Moving Downtown In July
Sanforized Galey & Lord Cord SUITS - Reduced to $16.95
Moygashal Irish Linen SLACKS
(13.95 value) ;.......Reduced to $11.99
Howard & Foster's Imported Aibian Grain SHOES with
full double leather soles Reduced from $18.95 to $10.99
Bur-Mil Appleskin plaid and India Cord
SLACKS Reduced from $8.95 to $ 5.99
Galey & Lord cotton cord SLACKS Reduced to $ 5.99
Group Holbrook sport SHIRTS Reduced to $ 3.99
Group cotton argyle SOCKS.-Reduced from $1.50 to $ .75
Group basket weave SLACKS :...Reduced to $ 8.95
Group genuine shell cordovan SHOES,
Moccasin toe Reduced from $19.95 to $13.99
Genuine white buck SHOES .....Reduced to $ 9.95
Group Hammonton Park SUITS
Reduced from $66.50 to $36.95
Group Harris Tweed Sport COATS....Reduced to $29.95
Group tweed, gabardine, and flannel SUITS, values
to $56.95 ...Reduced to $29.95
MANY OTHER OUTSTANDING VALUES TO
Two-tenths of a mile con save you
Milton's Clothing Cupboard
Across from Long Meadow Dairies
400 All Wool Suits in light and dark color flannels,
gabardines and worsteds. All of the suits are marked
at our regular prices-you deduct 30 per cent. For fall
these suits will be 10 per cent higher-so you actually
save 40 per cent to 45 per cent by buying now.
Cotton Cord Suits-single and
double-breasted - reduced to
Nylon and Rayon Cord Suits, single
and double-breasted-reduced to
One lot of solid color Rayon Suits
One lot of summer long sleeve
Sport Shirts, $4.50 to $4.95 values
One lot of long sleeve summer
Sport Shirts, $3.95 values-reduced to.
One lot of odds and ends white and
colored Dress Shirts-regularly $4.50
values - Broadcloths and Oxfords
-Sale priced at -
$ 3 1 5
All Merchandise Famous Brands
Other Items too numerous to mention are also on sale