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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THF MCI-IQAN AILY«..1

DETROIT DEFEITED
BY ST. LOUIS, 4 -1

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Gaston Pitches Browns To First Winj
Of .Year; Cobb Uses 14 fen In
Attempt To Take Series
TIGERS HELD TO 5 HITS
,DETROIT, April 19. - George Sis-I
ler's St. Louis Browns won their first
game of the 1926 season here today,
wpen Gaston set the Detroit Tigers
down with five hits, and one run,
while his team-mates were gathering
seven safe blows and four runs.
Wells pitching for Detroit, while
holding the Browns hitless in the first
three innings weakened in the fourth I
anid allowed the Browns two hits,j
vnhich coupled with Warner's error!
gave Sisler's men their first run.
Detroit's only marker came in the3
second inning, when Heilmann walked,
niter Fothergill had been thrown out
at first, and was advanced to second
by Blue on a single along first base
lime, and then driven home by Taven- I
er's single to left.
St. Louis counted two more runs in
fbefifth inning on three hits. After
Melillo had struck out, Gaston singled,
but was forced at second on Rice's
hit to O'Rourke. Lamotte then tripled
to center, scoring Rice, and scored
himself on the next play, when Sisler
hit. a single to center field.
The Browns scored their final run
of the day off Barfoot in the sixth
inning, when he was sent in to relieve
Wells of the pitching burden. After
McManus and Jacobson had flied out
to Fothergill, Dixon walked, and Me-
lillo drove him home with a double to
right. Melillo was left on second
when Gaston flied out to Wingo.

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the Ad-Taker, D~ial 21 a 14, and your want ad'
%th1 be cmrgel .
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classify all wrant ads tinder aippropriate head.
inks and to rvis r e eorto ujectionable
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Ilig publication. o ;c of any error mnust be
Iiven in time for the second insertion.
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five average words to tie line) for one or two
! n Pions ;
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insertions.'
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in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES I
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NOTICE
We pay highest prices for
nien's used Clothing, Call 8040
S'TUDENTS TAILOR SHOP
Cor. N. Univ. and Thayer
Tues, Thur., Fri., tf.
NOW Denmonstrating The Electrola
Victrola combination at-
"vcihelberle and Son Musie House,
110 So. Main tf.
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Parlor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
5535. t u, th, sae.-rf.
TYPEWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
TYPE WIT U'EitS
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, rbpaired and rebuilt. Larg-
est stock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels -Arcade,

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NOTICE-Neat apearing salesladies
to sell Pickwick house and streetJ
frocks direct to wearer;: easily earn'
$35 wekly: work all or Part tnie.
WRITE TODAY. Pickwick Mfg. Co.,
Fort Wayne, lad. 46-47.1
NOTICE-French conversation offered
at moderate terms. Dial 6430. Joh.l
D. Lodeesen-Grevinck, 522 S. 4th
Ave., Ann Arbor, Midh. 46-47-4S
IF YOU WANT PEAL
cleaning and pressing service at
reasonable prices

55lzers:*
Knickers:

In knitted and flannel.
mported and Domestic Wbol-

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Linens and Duck in New

11.1tS1The Typewriter & Stationely Store
ChIEi'R UP WA ILS, 328 So. )aiin Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
tf. Itf.
YOU MEN A SPECIAL
who are working your wvay through TAILORED SUIT, $33.00
Michigan, or who want to earn some 3I. W. MIIVAIRD
worthwhile side money---- .39 S.'State, over Pratt & Dunn
READ) TIS E. 0. D. tf.
We are a wide awake organization
and we want the part time services of TYPING WANTED - ieses, themes
some high grade, wide awake young papers, notes, etc., neatly, accurate-
man. ly and promptly typed. Call Mrs.
Ours is not a real estate or peddling Engelhardt. Dial 7275. e.o.d.-tf.
proposition but an opportunity of real'- NO'r1IN
merit, worthy of your prompt investi- IT C
gation.JO PAi "SCF
Write to-day and tell us of yourself Dancing every night during supper
in detail. We will promptly arrange from 6:30 to 8:00
mutually agreeable appointments. Private parties oiur speclaialty.
Address Box 70, Michigan Daily E. O. D. tf.

I$etroit
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'garner, 3b........4
O'Rourke, 2b ....... 3
Wingo, If..........4
Fothergill, cf ......4
Heilmann, rf ......2
Blue, lb......3
Tavener, ss.......3
Burke,.......1
Bassler, c o,........ 2
Wells, p..........1
Manush,........... 1
Barfoot, p.........0
Gehringer,........1
Gibson, p.........0
Totals..........29"
St. LOUIS
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Rice, rf.........
La 1Motte, ss ....... 4
Sisler, lb..........4
Williams, lf .....4
McManus, 21.......4
Jacobson, ef ....... 4
Dixon, c.......... 2
Melillo, 3b.........4
Gaston, p........4

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Patterns.
Golf Hose: Wools and Lisles ii
flts: In all the Tans and Blacks

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Browns and Grays.
flannel Trousers: The latest color effects
Shirts: Tyson in the plain white and fancy
materials.
Duck Tennis irousers. The full straight
cut as well as the Sailor style.

WHAT! NO WO IEN
Victor Record 19973
by The Happiness BIoysG
at Schaeberle and Son TIl4e house!
110 So. Main tf.
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
When your pen fails to work prop-
erly, remember that Rider's Pen Shop
because of its complete equipment
backed by real Pen Makers service, is
the logical place to have it corrected.
Etvery pen we repair, regardless of:a
make, receives the same skillful at-
tention and all work is guaranteed.
I No waiting to have it sent tothe fac-
tory or what is worse, chance of in-
jury from *inexperienced workman-
ship.
Rider's Pen Shop
Tues., Thur., Sun. tf.{
Arnold's State St, geweler
is now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever hype you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you.
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's
Pen Shop and you will get REALink,
fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the
paper and won't fade or entirely dis-
appear after it has set when moisture
is applied. Ink substitutes are dang-
erous and spoil your pens.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
Pen and Ink Specialists 315 S. State
T. Th,'Sun -tf.

ANNOUNCEMENT
Mme. Anderson's Beauty Shop will be
closed all this week while she is in
Chicago attending the National
Hair Dressers Convention. Her
shop will open again Monday, April
12th. 527 E. Liberty.
42-43-44-45-46-47
NOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed. Absolutely the most satisfac-
tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
aWashington S fp, 10C E. Washingt on
eod-tt.
An extra pair of pants doubles the
life of your suit, we match any cloth.
M. G. WILD, 109E. Washington'
E. 0. D.
WANTED
WANTED--Man or Woman with ex-
perience in selling shoes. Apply at
office of Mack and Co. tf.
'WVANTED-Two cooks for boarding
ho uses in Northern Michigan Sum-
mer resort. Must have references.
Good wages. Address,kM. C. 329
West Courtland St., Jackson, Michi-
gan. 46-47-48.
FOIL RENT
FOR RENT-Large front room facing
street and well furnished, modrn.
320 So. Thompson. 46-47-48.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Baby Ovrland touring,
$45.00: Act quickly. Dial 6195.
4-47-45

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Totals ..........

Two base hit-Melillo. Three base
hit Lamnotte. Left on bases-Detroit
6; St. Louis 5. Double plays-Gaston
to La Motte to Sister; McManus to
Sisler to La Motte; Tavener to Blue.
Stolen base-Sisler. Hits-Off Wells,
5 in 5 innings; off Barfoot, 1 in 2 inn-
ings. Bases on balls-Off Gaston 3;
off Barfoot 1. Struck out-By Wels
2; by, Gaston -5; by Gibson 2. Hit by
pitched ball - By Gibson (Dixon).
Passed ball-Bassler. Umpires, Owens,
Ormsby and Evans.
FRELSMEN WI
IN OIO CARNITAL
- -
Michigan track men returned from
the Ohio relay carnival richer by ten
gold watches and a number of second
and third place medals. These were
accrued by winssin the mile and half
mile relay events, the,.100 yard dash
and the triathlon. The place positions
came in the high jump, pole vault,
and the 100 yard dash.
Coach Stephen Farrell concentrated
on the Ohio meet with very satisfac-
tory results although a team of sixi
were sent to compete at the Kansas
games the same day. Charles Hoyt,
Varsity trainer, accompanied the team
on the Ohio trip while Coach Farrell
took charge of the Kansas delegation.
The four mile team took a surprise
beating from Illinois at Kansas, the
Wolverines were favorites in this
event but lost out in a hotly contested
race. Capt. Freyberg, runn-ing anchor,
was defeated by a scarce two yards
after a neck and neck sprint with the
Ilhini runner. In the individual events
Phil Northrup won a fourth place in
the pole vault despite the fact that
he went over 12 feet 9 inches, the
highest mark of his vaulting career.
Northrup also scored a third place
in the javelin throwing 184 feet which
is below his usual standard. Dick
Doyle took second place in the discus.
Harry Hawkins, competing at the Ohio
carnival, won the triathlon which con-
sists of the hammer throw, shot putt
and discus.
Probably the biggest upset' at the
Ohio games was the 100 yard dash
where Michigan runners made a com-
plete slam. Hester, Kelly, and Leshin-
sky finished in the order named. The
mile and half mile teams had little
r.a mp th,.moh with s

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A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats FOR SALE-Baby Overland touring,
$23.00 mechanically, Stromberg carbuera-
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed tor, special ignition and etc. Call
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf. 21352. 46-47
All Wool Pre-Shrunk Beautiful Fabrics That Will Not Fade
SUITS AND TOPCOATS
$2300
Tailored by
A., NASH CO.
The Famous Golden Rule T'ailors of Cincinnati.
- Phone 9736 or Phone' 6746
And ask that a representative of the NASh CO. call upon you to
show samples and styles.
STYLE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
GUARANTEED.
Some of the best dressed people you meet are wearing Nash clothes.

The Linen Golf Caps have just arrived

. in new patterns and colors.

This cap

no golfer should be without.

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