Boston, .362; Blue,
E IN~ BOTHR LEAGUES'
RST 104 MEN ABOVE
(By Associated Press) .
Chicago, May 6.-George Sisler, first
baseman with the St. Louis club, and
Tris Speaker, leader of the Cleveland
Indians, today are in a neck and neck
race for the batting leadership of the
American league, with Sisler topping
the heap with an average of .431.
Speaker is runner up with .424. Thee
averages include games of Wednes-
Sisler Leads Baserunners
Sisler also is showing the way to
the base stealers, having tucked an
even dozen away, and also'is the best
scorer to date. He has crossed the.
plate 23 times.
Kenneth Williams, who promises :to
be Babe Ruth's .rival in home run hit-'
ting this season, struck a snag in bat-
ting, dropping into fifth place. He
continues to crash out homers, how-
ever, having connected with nine. A
week ago, Williams shared the bat-
ting leadership with Speaker.'
10 Leading Batters
Other leading batters for tor, more
games : ° Elmer Smith, Boston ,.398;
George Kelly, first baseman with
the New York Giants, continues to set
the pace for the National league bat-
ters. He has a mark of .448. Kelly
has knocked out a brace of circuit
drives within the last week, but Rogers
Hornsby and Ainsmith of the Cardin-
als, each poled three round trip blows,
and are making the home run race hot
for the Giant slugger. This pair is on
Kelly's heels with 4 each.
llornsby Going Strong,
Hornsby has " been belting the ball
with great regularity and as a result
boosted his mark from .368 a week
ago to .404. Bob O'Farrell, the stocky
catcher with the Chicago Cubs, is the
runner-up to Kelly with an average
of .428. Maranville, of Pittsburg, con-
tinues to set the lace for the base
stealers with five thefts, while Ban-
croft of the Giants is the leading run
getter with 19 tallies.
Other leading batters f oi 10 or
more games: Maranville, Pittsburg,
.414; Earl Smith, New York, .406;
Hornsby, St. Louis, .404; Walker, Phil-
adelphia, .400; Ruether, Brooklyn,
.400; Powell, Boston, .383; Tierney,
Pittsburg, .378; Harper, Cincinnati,
I am buying old clothes and paying
the highest prices. $3.00 to $10.00 for
suits. Call 1677-W or bring them to
203 N. Main St. Dave Mordsky.--Adv.
"RIDER for , PENS.", Nickle's Ar-
The following games in the interfra-
ternity tennis tournament must be
played and the results turned in to
the Intramural office (2268) not later
than Wednesday noon, May 10. Phi
Kappa Sigma vs. Phi Delta Chi; Del2-
ta Upsilon vs. Sigma Nu; Phi Delta
Theta vs. Phi Kappa Psi; Theta Chi
vs. Cygnus; Trigon vs. Beta Theta
Pi; Chi Phi vs. Zeta Beta Tau.
The following drawings were made
in the interfraternity consolation se-
ries. These games must be played
and the results turned in by May 10:
Chi Psi vs. Phi Chi; Delta Tau Delta
vs. Alpha Rho Chi; Acacia vs. Sigma
Phi Epsilon; Phi Sigma Kappa vs.+
Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Nu vs. Theta3
Xi Al,'h.C hi. Qioa. v .,a f -1+... "k" .
Theta Delta Chi vs. Phi Gomma DW;
Zeta Psi vs. Delta Kappa epsilon;
Delta Sigma PM vs. Kappa Beta Psi;
Nu Sigma Nu vs. Philon; Alpha Del-
ta Phi vs. Alpha Sigma.
Following are the drawings in the
consolation series of the All-campus
tennis doubles: Pingel-Getty, 2106-R,
vs. Moore-Ogdeln, 1399; Abrash-Ull-
man, 751-W, vs. White-Passolt, 719-R;
Ensinger-Stevens, 2276-W, vs. S.
(Continued on Page Twelve)
Seniors carry Manes tod ay.
Tryouts for the golt team will
be expected to hand in between
Monday and Thursday signed
scores for 36 holes. The score.
'will be. match play against a.
I bogey of 39. Turn in scores I
to Professor Trueblood. The se-
i lection of the team for the game *j
with Purdue on May 13 will be
made from this score.
I ' I
TRAQB MARK REG. U. S. pAT. OpP.
riHE ORIGINAL wIoD
Look for the name" EZ. ."
when you buy awide-web
It identifies the genine-thie
patented garter that has no slide
buckles or bothersome adjustme
Realluxury and solid comfort.
*c to $1, eerywherentingl
E. Z. 2-Grip, and the E. Z. Sport
swlely by The Thos. P. Tailor Co., i
You wouldn't wear a t
Tickets for Mary Pickford in "Little
Lord Fauntleroy" if bought at the the-
ater window do NOT benefit the Y. W.
C. A. camp. Buy your tickets at one
of the following places and a generous
percent will go toward the girls'
nrf, lqnam .Qe.rro.' , lra I. ' 'a
' ' i .JJ44 J*xi*u. a.V r AJ uL..U. vat; i3 caU.Wjip; LuarryJ , XranUILJs,,
Seniors carry -adues today.
1lichigan men started play. M
ing Billiards with us in ,,;
1905 and hav-e kept it up
In increasing numbers ever M
Yicehigan men of today
will find here Al equip-
ment, good fellowship and '
--- --- ------
1"05 and h tatokept It"up
Mich0 in mn of odayr
"RIDER for PENS." Nickle's
Watch for canes today.
Call 148M for peillou-
SLEEP AJYWHERI, BT
EAT AT REX'S.
TRE CLUB LINICN
713 Arbor Street
Near Stte and Paekard Streets
A Reliable Jeeeri
113 Suth Milain
lors carry canes today.
AT 3 P.M.
LASIl D COLUMN
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
FOR SAE-A good live, paying, law
practice ,library and oficee fixtures,
for sale cheap. Retirirng on account
of age. Ed. J. Anderson, Atty.,
Plainwell, Michigan. 157
FOR SALE-Surveyors steel tape, col-
ored stakes, draftsman's table, and
saw horses at 50 per cent off. Ed. J.
Anderson, Atty, Plainwell, Michigan.
WANTED-To 'insure your Fountain
Pen against loss. We emboss your
name on it in gold leaf. Rider's
Pen shops. Pen Specialists, 214
.Nicke's Arcade. 152-21
WANTED-Your Fountain Pen to re-
pair. Quick, skilled service. Fair
prices. Rider's Pen Shop, Pen
Specialists, 214 Nickel's Arcade.
@oPyriglt 192 Hlart Schaffner & Marx
Best there. is in style
FOR SALE- Leaving city- Robert's
Meletoni player piano and fifty rolls,
at a bargain; also four burner gas I
stove, like new. 429 S. Division. 156-3
FOR SALE-Ford Touring car. Good
running condition. $50. 115 Park
FOR SALE-Maxwell, 1916. Recently
overhauled. Cheap. 2962-M. 157.
FOUND-A Fountain Pen. which holds" ;
over 200 drops of ink. For partic-
ulars call at Rider's Yen Shops, Pen
Specialists. 214 Nickels Arcade..
STUDENTS planning on selling brush-
es and having a definite town they
would like to work, should see me be-
fore Saturday noon. Don't wait un-
til it is too late, but come in and get
a certificate of territory now. Mr.
H. ". Leader, 232 Nickel's Arcade.
Phone 600-M. 155-3
MANUSCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
ten by experienced typist. Biddle's
Book Store, 11 Nickel's Arcade.
LET US DO your kodak finishing and
save 20 per cent. New post card
size Kodak, cheap. 1114 Woodlawn.
FIRST CLASS typing done. Prompt
service. ,Call 1015-W. mornings or
WVANTED-House for next fall for
about 15 men. Also meals if possi-
ble. Box:. H., Daily. 153-21
WANTED- To rent, furnished house
for sorority of eighteen. Box E. B.,
care Daily. 156-2
WANTED- Ford Roadster. Must be
cheap. Phone 2665-R. 156-2
LOST-Leather covered notebook at
Ferry Field Friday. Return to 325
East Jefferson and receive reward.
LOST-Chi Omega pin. Name, E. Rig-
by, on back. Finder call 1325. Re-
LOST-Silver fountain pen and pencil
with initials R. E. B. Reward. Call
Ruth Bimms. 1405-M. 157-2
LOST-A pair of tortoise shell nose
glasses. Please call 2730. 156-2
LOST-Silver fountain pen in Natural
Science Building. Call 1346-W. 157
FOR RENT-Beautifully furnished five
room apartment in new modern
building southeast of campus, for
one year from July 1st. Reference
required. Call 383-J. 157-2
F'OR RENT-Furnished apartment.
rooms and bath, one block from4
campus, from June .16th to Septem-
ber 15th. Phone 1159-J or Box H. R.
C., Daily. 157-4
FOR RENT-Furnished house, garage
and garden for the summer months.
Close to the Campus. 1113 Michigan
Hart Schaitner; & 7larx
smartest sp'ring suit s
OU'LL revel in the rich colorful
fabr1S, the smart lines and mas-
terful tailoring in our spring suits from
H art Schaffner & Marx. Y out h f ul
ideas predominate with sports suits
and belted models. Business suits, too
in a wide range of styles and sizes.
any of rthie newest models
have tlvo pairs of trousers
The Reule Conlin Company
Ithiin Street at Washington