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"VI)AY, :MAY '2, 1926

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DETROIT CAPTURES
ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 1.-Errors and
b~ases on balls added t~o 14 hits, gave
Detroit a victory over the St. Louis
Browns here today in the third game
.of the series.
Holloway was hit freely as showil
by the 10 hits amassed by Sisler's
mien, but he was effective in the pinch-
es, allowing only two scores, one each
in the four th and sixth innings. 1
Sisler chose Milton Gaston to work
on the mound 'and Gaston held the!
'tigers to oneO run in the first five inn-.
is.In the sixth frame, howvr
theo Cobbmen went on a batting spree!
i,;ich resulted in their scoring 101
runs in the ist four innings of the
game. Jonnard, who followed Gaston
when the latter was sent. the
xshiowcrs, was also hit freely. Five
err or,, coupled with wildness of their
itchers, was directly responsible for

the Browns downfall as well as
Detroit batsmen.
The score: ER. H.
Detroit...... 100 (03 214-il 14
j St. Louis ..00 101 000- 2 10
Detroit-Holloway an, Bassler.
St. Louis-Gaston, 4on us i,
Schang.
*Other gamnes:
* . ENati oial League
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th2. !R. H.I. E. TEI.IT>I. Wis.-~ When wordl w tg Isu, i itt
St. Louis . .. 040 120 010- 8 14 0' spreatd over the campus that Tommy1 r . - kat
LE. C' : >ago .........030 15*-I1 14 '0 Mills, veteran athletic director and , p Ir A.~ urrta t I
4 3 St.LlOuis -Rhea i, . . eene atld ' coach at Beloit college, was about to ____________________________
05 ; O'Farriell. resign, a mass meeting was held and(I If you are a telephone subscriber' call Jimmie
Chbi 7~(r' ~e 'ic ,> u nistudents petitioned Mills not to fore- the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want Ad
an (oussles. skh'coo.Mlsmde10dcs The Michigan Daily reserves the right #o

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Brooklyn . . .. 100 001
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r, Thomias, Connally SA'L'ESMEN'" wanted by large manu-
facturer to sell patented NO 4PUL-
OUT SHIRTS direct to consumer on
saute, Ulle, Smtith, andl liberal commission basis. Many
salesmen making $10.00 and $25.00
-per dlay. rGood opportunity to earn
R. IH. 1. money during vacation period on
01 000 000-1 7 r o2 part or full time. Sample line free.
00 000 000-4 6 1 Apply NONPULOUT SHIRT CO.,
T n Box 96, Hazleton, Pa.

classify all wvant ads under appropriate head.
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
copy.
This column closes at 3 P. M. hate preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error must be
given in time for the second' insertion.
CASH RATES
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five average words to the line) for one or two
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
insertions.
Cash classifieds received at "the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RAT£S
Special standardized' rates given: on applica-
tion.

CARS

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B~rooklyn-Va nce and IDeherry.

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1125 FORD COUPE
Wire wheels, Bumpers, special headSaphe..........$9

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New York---Hoyt andI Collins.
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New York .. 030 010 000--4
Roston....... 200 000 003-5
INew York-DRing, Green field
Hartley.
Boston-Cooney and Sienjler.

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DIAMONDS
V~ WDIGRINGS
HALLER'S
,fr State Street jewelers

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and iostonf-Winnfild dand Bischoff.
I Philadellphia-Rommel and Coch-

'LOST-Smiall tan pocket purse Wed-
nesday night, near Mimes Theatre.
Reward. Phone 3864. 55-56-57
LOST-Small green gold :pencil, Wed-
nesdlay in vicinity of, Lit Library.,
Finder call 6845. Reward. 57-58.
LOST-A slide rule. Name S. 'B.
Preston on corner. Call 21928.
57-58-59
LOST-A_ gold fountain pen with
Eleanor engraved on barrel. Lost in
Angell Hall or on State and Huron.
-Call 21055. Reward. 57-58-59.

lights, heater, motor In perfect con-
dition., Price is right. SEE Ii

Now!

Tenor Banjo ...................$2
Banjo Uke ...... ........$7

Victrolas............... ........$IJ

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LOST - In Angell Hall, a small
purse and pair of gloves. Call
21069. Reward. 56-57-58.
F01%SALE

Tires new, motor A-i condition.'
finish very good.
924 CHEVROLET SEDAN
Mileage very low, tires very good,
lots of extras.I_

Buy on our easy plan
University Muic House

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FOR SALE-Ford touring and Ford'
speedster for sale cheap. Call 6957.1
56-57-58.
FOR SALE
Remington PortAble Typewrlter
B3ARGAIN
Call 7643 after 7:30 p. m. Ask for
Crit. 57-58

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FOR SALE-Canoe-perfect condition,j
complete equipment, $50. Dial 8717.
57.
NOTICEI
NOTICE-High grade clothes, customl
tailored, latest styles, perfect fit, 1
$40 and up. C. T. Doukas, 1319 S.
University. tf.
F OUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING j
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.]
Every pen we repair, regardless off
make, receives the same skillful at-f
tention and all work is guaranteed.
No waiting to have it sent to the fac-
tory or what is worse, chance of -in-
jury from inexperienced workman-
ship. Rider's Pen Shop
Tues., Thur., Sun.:tf.
PIANO TUNING-By The Concert Ar-
tist Piano Tuner. Your Piano tun -1
ing solicited. Costs no more than
others. Dial 6776. Victor Allmen-,
dinger, Office at Res., 901 Granger.
Not with any music house.
ATTENTION .
Look over my line of samples for
SPRING SUITS
2 pant suits made to measure, $37.50
T .X. Lyons, 5i15 E. Williamfs tf !
VICCTOR Record "Say it Again" "Lets #.
Talk About My Sweetie" by Russo
Oriole Orchestra, at Schaeberle and
SoMusic House. - tf.

Terms if desired
It. It. ALBER
200 W. Huron Street

Dodge Brothers Motor Cars

A. NASH C. . , Golden Rule.Tailors
Sprin I~tsand Topcoats
g *28.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
WATCH 'REPAIRING SERiMCE
Not howe cheap but How Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch - Shop
Edward A. Clark, 1121 S. University
~tf.
FOUNTAIN{ PEN.l IK
Buy your fountain pen ink at Riders
Pen .Shop and you will get RE9AL ink,
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 dug-
erous and spoil your pens.
I RIDER'S PEN SilOP
I Pen and Inkt Speciao iss06V S. State
Tu. Tli, $un.-Of.

IF YOU WANT REAL
cleaning and pressing service at
reasonable prices
Mial 7514
CHEER UP WAIIL'S, 328 So. Main
tf.
DON'T miss having Victor Record
"Billy Boy" by Frank Crumit, at-
Schaeberle and Son M~usic House. tf.
NOTICE-College men interested in
summer employment interview in
room, 431 Michigan Union until
Thursday, May . 987 men had av-
erage earnings of $61~3 per week
during summer of 1925. Not a can-
vassing job. B. S. Hagar.
55-56-57-58-59-60
$ WARDROBE TAILORS,
Suits to order, $23.50 and up
Suits cleaned and presed, $1.00
* pressed 35c
Delivery service
Phone 3242 200 E. Huron St.
.. tf.
Arnold's State St. Jeweler
Is now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
IWhatever type you may need, come in
and see us, wre can satisfy you.
Arnolds -State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. if.
NOTICE-Employmnent,-- Opportunity
for ten men for summer.vacation
employment. See Mr. Orth, 437
Maynard St. 56-57.
WANTED GENTLEMAN-One of tie
departments of one of the oldest and
most honored educational institu-
tions intihe country has several
openings for students for -summer
and . permanlent work. They must
have 'gentlemanly, instincts with
forceful personalities, ability, andl
a genuine desire to succeed. Those
men possessing these qualities can
earn sufficient money this summer
for the next college year. For more
information send application to Box
M1ichigan Daily. 54-57.
4 PANTED
WANTED-Girls with selling exper.--
nce to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co. tf.
WANTED-College students for sum-
mer months, handling school guide
in salesfield; healthy, enjoyable, re-
fined positions; $245 for 70 days;
$210 for 60 days. Phone Miss M.
Krelleirtz, 21069 for appointment aft-
er 5 P. M. 5-57-58.
WANTED-Stenographers with sev-
eral years' experience for full time
work during July August, and
September., Apply at Secretary's
Office ,University Hall. 57-58-59.
WANTMED-Experienced saleswomen
fom 11 to 2 daily. Mack and Co.
tf.
FOB BENT
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, for
light housekeeping. Phone 6368,
running water and gas, all conven-
iences. 57-58-59
FOR RENT-Costumes for rent and
made to order. Mrs. Spaulding.
115 1-2 East Liberty St. 55-56-57-58
FOR RENT-Near campus, cozy three
room apartment with bath, furnished
or unfurnished, June 1st. Call
Robbins, 4772. 53-54-55-56-57-8.
FOR RENT-3 room furnished apart-
,ment,-for- light housekeeping, priv-
ate -entrance, for summer and pres-
ent school year. 510 Benjamin.
Phone4974. 55-56-57.
FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms $35
per month. New and desirable
home. 313 Pauline St. Phone 6359.
55-56-5.

Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Patrilze

Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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eiie along for a. three thousanid smnile hike with
biavry Langdon-frorn coast to coast with the King
of Comedians,.lie usedi to makze 'emi in two reels
--now lhe's making thent In seven,.lie's joined the
big league, lhe's swattinig out giggles ini big league
sty le.

7 Reels of Uraiou un!
With this super comedy Langdon takes his place with Chaplin, Lloyd,
Keaton and others as a member of the exclusive ranks of the screen's fore-
most comedians! In seven great reels of uproarious fun Langdon tells the
story of a guy who entered a walking race to, raise the mortgage from the old
home, with screaming -results !
and
ON THE STAGE!~F
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Good coffee always,
when an electric
percolator is used
Special values in six and eight
cup percolators this month
$5.95 to $7.95
The Detroit Edison

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