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_TlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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i LInIIIIU
l RACE

igton Passes Indians in
For American League
Honors

Fight

PITTSBURGH RETAINS FIRM'
GRIP ON FIRST IN NATIONALS
Wth .the third, week of the big
leagues completed a new team has
gained first place honors in the Am-
erican league. Washington, by de-
feating New York every game but one
during the past week went into the top
position on Friday when Cleveland lost
to Chicago by a 1-0 score. This game
was in the nature of a pitcher's battle
between Faber and Bagby. Honors
went to Faber who let the Indians off
with two hits, the best showing any
pitcher has made this year.
Tiger Pitchers Weak
. Cobb is still having trouble with
bia pitchers but when he gets them
going right the Tigers should do much
better than they have so far in the
race. Ty also has some recruits who
will have to get used to the big show
before they can play up to their natur-
al form.
Homae run stock appears to have
taken a decided drop below par dur-
ing the past week. "Babe" Ruth of
the Yanks made only one homer 'as
did George Kelly of the Giants, their
standing as a result being the same.
Both men have five four basers to their
credit. Uhle, the Cleveland pitcher,
knocked a home run with the bases
full against Detroit on Thursday.
Cleveland seemed to be on a rampage
that day getting 18 runs and 23 hits
off three Detroit pitchers.
Pirates Head Nationals
In the National league Pittsbur'gh
is still leading with 11 wins and but
8 defeats. The Pirates have tw6 men
who are batting over .400, Maranville
and Tierney. Tierney who is a recruit,
has made at least one hit in every game
the Pirates have played. Maranville
Is batting away over his head, for
while he was with Boston he was only
a .260 sticker.
Brooklyn was the sensation of the
week, defeating New York four games
in a row and climbing up into second
place, just two games behind Pitts-
burgh. They have won nine games
straight, and' are beginning to look
more like last year's pennant winners.
Their third baseman, Johnson, is lead-
ing the league in batting.
The following are the averages of the
five leading hitters in each league: Na-,
tional league - Johnson, Brooklyn,
.533; Tierney, Pittsburgh, .451; Mar-
anville, Pittsburgh, .407; Hornsby, St.
Louis, .400; Rawlings, Philadelphia,
.392. American league-Heilman, De-
troit, .488; Gharrity, Washington, .444;
Ruth, New York, .439; Stephenson,
Cleveland, .429; Sewell, Cleveland,
.407.
Martha Washington candy, 90c a lb.
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er's biggest asset was his ability to o'clock. A. specialI
outguess the batter and it was this SuNIJt StlIbESJIN given before the We
which made his work in the box so 7:30 o'clock by Miss
effective. He also had a nice change singer on "The World
of pace that bewildered most of the 1N1 0000U CIUUH ii Student's Answer."
men who faced him.- St. Andrew's Episco
For .a college coach a moan of' Fish-1-
Regular services with sermons by (Continued on P
er's type is the best possible, as he resident pastors will be the rule at
has plenty of the necessary essential Ann Arbor churches today. There will !lillIIIlllltllllllll
--experience. A man who has play- be two visiting speakers of special=E
ed baseball as Fisher has is likely to interest, the rest being the regular
send more of his proteges to the big preachers, supplemented by student
leagues than anyone else. meetings.
Holy communion will be given at
the Presbyterian church at 10:30
AT TRE THEATERS o'clock, followed by Prof. Henderson's
class, which will discuss "The World's
TODAYI Best Books." The social half-hour is
to be held at 6 o'clock, and the young
Screen people's meeting at 6:30 will discuss
"God's Out-of-Doors."
Majestic-"The Perfect Crime,"
an Allen Dwan production. Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas will continue
Topics, Paramount Magazine, a consideration of the theme introduc-
and"Torcs y Mixes In " ed last Sunday at the Congregational
church, his subject at the 10:30 o'clock1 P1hone 5
Arcade-"Godless Men." Charlie service being "Christianity's Message
Chaplin in "The Cure" and to Men in Industry." During the rest! 1 111111il
Chinr iof the year Congregational students:1 g111iii n iijii liIll
Kinograms. .

lecture will be Mi┬žs Mary F. Minnis, Cl
sleyan guild at formerly with Mack and Cc
s Welth-y Hon- at the Saunder's Hair Shop
's Need and the of every week. Phone 2673-
pointments.---Adv.
)al Church con.- Use Classified advertising
age Eight) your miscellaneous articles.

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121 E. Wash'gton

COACH FISHER
Fixsher Ten Years
In Bid Leagues
Michigan's new Varsity baseball
coach, Ray Fisher, is a man who has
made a success of baseball as his pro-
fession. He is one of the many col-
lege men who have given up their
chosen work after graduation to be-
come major league ball players. He is
a graduate of Middlebury college in
Vermont. While in school. he was
greatly interested in all the major
sports playing on the baseball, basket-
hall, and football teams, but it was in
baseball that he showed tp best ad-
vantage. While pitching for his col-'
lege team he attracted so much at-
tention that several big league scouts
were after him.
Upon his graduation Fisher was of-.
fered a trial with the New York Am-
ericans which he accepted. He made
good with the "Yankees" and was one
of their regular pitchers from 1909 to
1918.
In 1918 Fisher went to the ,army
where he spent two years. While in
the army the New York club traded
him to the Cincinnati Nationals, for
whom he pitched last year. For Cin-
cinnati last year he won 11 games and
lost 10 which is an excellent record
for a man who has been out of the big
show for two seasons.
During his life in the majors Fish-

Wuerth-Clara Adams in "The
Spenders." Larry Semon in
"The Rent Collector," and Fox
News.
Orpheum-Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Mark of Zorro." Gold-
wyn comedy, "Oh, Bill, Be-
have."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)--"Four Horse-
men of the Apocalypse," from
the famous book by Vincent
Blasco Ibanez. A motion pic-
ture.
Shubert (Detroit)-Eddie Cantor
125 other fun makers in the
musical review, "Midnight
Rounders."
SWIMJING NOTICE
Swimmers have been negligent
in turning in their suits to the In-
tramural office. These must be
handed in at once. No members
of the team will be issued awards
until the return of all suits is
made.

will be given an opportunity to meet
members of the faculty at the regular
Sunday evening meetings.
The Community chapel on Miller
avenue will have "William Tell" at the
regular Sunday evening moving pic-
ture entertainment at 7:30 o'clock.
At the Baptist church there will be
baptism and communion, with a short
sermon by Mr. Wells at 10:30 o'clock,
followed by the Guild class at noon
and the Guild meeting at 6:30 o'clock.
Regular services at the First Meth-
odist church will consist of the Bible
class under Mr. Clair Searles at 9:30
o'clock, a sermon by the pastor on
"The Highest Education" at 10:30
o'clock, four student Bible classes at
noon, a social half-hour for young
people at 6 o'clock, and a Wesleyan
guild devotional meeting at 6:36
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DENTAL SCHOOL
There is unlimited demand for skilled dent-.
ists and specialists in dentistry. This school
offers a most thorough and efficient training
i n this interesting profession.,'For those who
wish to specialize there are courses is Oral
Surgery, Orthodontia (straightening of teeth),
and other branches. Instruction by leading
dentists of Boston and vicinity. Up-to-date
equipment, with- unusual opportunities for prac-
tical work. A college certificate indicating
one year's work in college English, Biology,
Chemistry, as well as high school or college.
Physics, required for admission. Write for
.articulars.
EUGENE H. SMITH, D. M. r., Dean
Boston, Mass.

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young if you like to PLAY. And PLAYING helps to keep that ye
feeling and youthful look in men who are of mature years. i
of the GREAT men of the world-authors, senators, lawyers, pr
ministers-find in BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and rec
tion. Make, USTON BROS. your "club." Make this a regular m
ing place for yourself and friends. You will find just the right atn
phere here to make your evenings enjoyable.
HUSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards. Soft Drinks and Light Lune
Cigars and Candles. Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TRE AT YOU RIGHT."

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STORE OPENS 8:30

EST. 1857

Annual

Spring

Sale of Drugs and Toilet
Preparations
Our annual spring sale of toilet articles has started and will continue through this week. Yo
will find your favorite toilet preparations in this list, which includes all the standard American an
French brands of toilet articles

STORE CLOSES 5

0

TOOTH PASTES AND POWDERS
50c Mack & Co. Liquid Dentrifice 39
35c Sozodent, liquid.. .... . 29
35c Rubifoam, liquid .......... 24
50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste..... 39
Euthymal Tooth Paste..... 25
Colgate's Tooth Paste......25
50c Drugeraft Cream'......39
30c Mack & Co. Dental Cream.. 22
30c Kolynos Dental Cream......24
50c Pebecco Dental Cream..... 39
30c Lyons Tooth Paste.........22
25c Dr. Graves Powder........19
Euthymal Powder.........25
25c Drugcraft Tooth Powder... 19
Colgate's Tooth Powder.... 25
30c Mack & Co. Tooth Powder. 24
30c Calox Tooth Powder.......24
25c Zodenta Powder ........:..22
18c Dental Floss ............: 14
$1.50 All Steel Shears,
different styles ..........1.19
1.15 Peruna, bottle.............85
1.25 Mondola, bottle..........98
1.25 Dr. Pierce's Golden Med-
ical Discovery.............98
1.25 Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
scription, bottle...........98
1.10 S S S Remedy............ 85
1.00 Beef, Iron and Wine......85
1.15 Dr. Miles' Tonic......:.. 85
1.25 Borden's Malted Milk...... 85
1.00 Elixir Vitalosis ...... .... 85
Special
1 Lot of 96c and $1 Toilet
Water, different kinds..... 85
1.25 Toilet Waters .........98
All Gauze Bandages, " off
All Sizes
65c Eureka Dandruff Relief.... 39
25c Beecham's Pills............19
15c Tonsiloids............... 11
60c Dodd's Kidney Pills, ....... 39
65c Doan's Kidney Pills'.......47
30c Eversweet...............19
30c Mum ...................19

50c Nonspi............. ..39
35c Glyo Thymoline.........29
75c Glyco Thymoline..........59
30c Lavoris.................24
50c Lavoris................. 39
60c Musterole...............47
30c. Musterole...............24
60c Mentholatum.............47
30c Mentholatum ............24
30c Turpo......,...........24
35c Freezone.........'....... 29
75c Listerine . ............59
35c Listerine ................24
45c Allen's Foot Ease .........35,
18c Huyler's Cocoa Butter.....12
50c White Pine Compound......35;
60c Ely's Cream Balm.... ...47
60c Baune Analgesequie (imp.) 47
25c Upjohn's Quinine Pills..... 19
30c Mentalax Tablets .........22
30c Upjohn's Phenolax Wafers. 19
30c Bromo Seltzer ............24
35c Blaud Pills, 100 in bottle... 24
35c Piso's Cough Syrup .........24
25c Alkaline Antiseptic........22
35c Throat Tablets.............24
35c Elixir Horehound. . ....22
25c Tr. Iodine............ 19
85c Ha. Kol .................. 72
50c Nerve and Blood Pills.......39
50c Ha. Kol. . .......... .. .39
50c Dr. Drake Croup and
Cough Remedy ............ 35
50c Vanilla .Compound........39
75c Bath Salts...............59
25c Cascara Laxative..... ....22
1.00 Lily Depilatory..........85
50c Nilodox................. 29'
29c Smelling Salts... . . 19
1.15 Delatone...............'98
FACE POWDER
75c Mack & Co. Face Powder.. 59
75c Love Me Face Powder ...... 65
60c Jardin de Rose ..........47
1.75 Azura La Trefle and.
Flormaye Face Powder... 1.09
MAIN FLOOR

2.00 Adore Me Face Powder. . 1.69
50c Melba Face Powder........ 39
1.25 Mary Garden Face Powder. 85
1.50 Rigaud Compact Powder.. 1.19
1.00 Jardin de Lilac............85
75c Three Flowers Powder..... 65
75c La Blanche Face Powder... 65
39c Satin Skin Face Powder.... 29
60c Dagget & Ramsdell
. Face Powder ..............47
60c R. & G. Rice Powder.......47
55c Djer Kiss Face Powder.... 47
50c Sempray Face Powder..... 39
60c Pompeian Beauty Powder.. 47
25c Melba Rice Powder .......22
50c Luxor Face Powder........ 39
54c Freeman's Face Powder.... 39
2.00 Princess Charming
Face Pogwder ............ 1.69
25c Swan Down Face Powder.. 19
50c Mary Ga_'den Compact,.... 39
50c Melba Compact............39
60c Dorin's Compact...........47
55c Francee Compact .........47
55c Djer Kiss Compact ........ 47
NAIL PREPARATIONS
1.50 Cutex Sets............ 1.19
3.00 Cutex Sets ............. 2.49
60c Cutex Sets..............49
35c Cutex Nail Polish ......... 29
35c Cutex Nail White .......... 29
35c Cutex Liquid Polish ........29
35c Cutex Stick Polish .....1...29
35c Cutex Bleach ............. 29
35c Cutex Cake Polish ..........29
35c Cutex Powder Polish ...... 29
Cutex Cuticle Remover .... 29
35c Hyglo Nail Polish ........... 29
BEAUTY AIDS
50c Melba Prilliantine.........39
6Oc Sempray Rouge ........... 39
50c Mary Garden Rouge ....... 43
50c Hudnut's Rouge........... 43
50c Armand Cold Cream Rouge. 43
60c Pompeian Bloom .......... 47

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