TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1926
TTHE M.ICIHIGAN DAILY
PAGE LEVVII '
THEMICIGA DALY AGNLl.:n
OVER CHCASO 3-
CIhICAGO, May 3 --Detroit bunch-
ed hits ii the fir :t and second innings
today and Iiuke C hicago';; winnin-
streak of five in Irow, ' to 1. M
ush's circuit drive, Cobb's single, and;
1Heilman's triple nut the Tigers in the
lead and they were never headed.
The feature play of the game was
the doubling of Ty Cobb at the plate
when he attempted to score on a long
fly lifted to Mostil in the ninth. Cor-j
rett, Red Sox right fielder, wrenched
his knee in going after Heilmann's
drive in the first and was forced to
Score by innings:
we believe, come
closer to knowing exactly
what they want by way of
clothes than anybody else.
It's no part of our job to tell
them what they ought to
have, but it certainly is our
job to get for them what
they want. We do that.
Strictly college clothes.
Made according to the ideas
of college men. By SOCIETY
I~ir~ian ~ ILOST
LOST-A woman's brown kid glove on
Sunday morning in or near Hill
IAuditorium. Dial 9221. 58-59.
If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad LOST-Small green gold pencil, Wed-
will be charged.a OT Salgee odpniWd
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to nesday in vicinity of Lit Library.
classify all want ads under appropriate head-; F'nder call 6845. Reward. 57-58.
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable Finder____all__6__45.__Reward.___57-58._
Tls column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- LOST-A slide rule. Name S. B.
ng publication. Notice of any error must be Preston on corner. Call 21928.
given in time for the second insertion. 57-58-59
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
fvverage words to the line) for one 'r two LOST-A gold fountain pen with
Nine cents per reading line for thrt- or more Eleanor engraved on barrel. Lost in
insertions. Angell Hall or on State and Huron.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office Call 21055. Reward. 57-58o59.n.
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. - al205 ead 75-9
CONTRACT RATES --_ -
tio.Special standardized rates given on applica- LOST - In Angell Hall, a small
purse and pair of gloves. Call
21069. Reward. 56-57-58.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru. r
the Classified columns.-Adv. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
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A QUALITY I
LOST-Waltham, hunting case, gold
watch with U. M. Fob, near corner of
Thompson and Williams. Phone
6961. Ed. Peterman.
LOST-A tan purse between Martha
Cook Bldg. and St. Thomas Church.
Sunday, containing $30. Reward.
Phone 8913 Martha Cook Dorm.
Mary Wade. 58.
LOST-Pair of shell rimmed glasses in
strangers car, Sunday. Dial 22-429.
204 N. Ingalls St. 58-59-60.
LOST-A pocketbook containing $10
between Newberry and Tice's. Call
1925 FORD COUPE
R. II. E.
Detroit .........210 000 000- 3 5 0
Chicago........100 000 000-- 1 8 0
Detroit-Whitehill and Bas-,ler.
Chicago-Thurston and Schalk.
R. IH. E.'
St. Louis.......100 000 000- 1 6 2
Cleveland .......011 100 00x- 3 7 0!
St. Louis-Zachary and Shang. j
Cleveland-Levesin and L. Sewell.
R. -I. E.
Washington ... .131 100 000- 6 11 2
Boston ..... .....100 010 000- 2 8 0
Washington--Ogden and Ruel.
Boston-Rlufling, Wiltse and Bisch-
R. H. E
New York......000 210 000- 3 8 2
Philadelphia . . .000 104 03x- 8 10 1
New York-Shawkey, Shocker and
Philadelphia-Groves and Cochrane.
R. H. E.
Boston .........000 000 010- 1 5 3
Brooklyn .......010 012 00x- 1 8 1
Boston-Genewich, Werts and Sei-
Brooklyn-McMGraw and Deberry.
R. H. E.
Philadelphia ....000 000 020- 2 6 3
New York ......300 051 110-11 12 1
Philadelphia - Dean, Pierce and
New York-Wisner and Hartley.
Cincinnati ......003 004 200- 9 9 2
St. Louis .......104 001 000- 6 7 1
Cincinnati-Rixey, Mays and Picin-
St. Louis-Keen, Haynes, Hallahan
Chicago-Pittsburgh, no game:
Madison Square Garden, New York,
will hold its first horse show Nov.,22
to 27. It was for years a feature of
the old garden season, but has been
staged recently in the Squadron A
Wadhams & Co.
Corner Main and Washington
All Wool Pre-Shrank Beautiful Fabrics That Will Not Fade
SUITS AND TOPCOATS
A. NASH CO.
The Famous Golden Rule Tailors of Cincinnati.
Phone 9736 or Phone 6746
And ask that a representative of the NASH CO. call upon you to
show samples and styles.
STILE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
Some of the best dressed people you meet are wearing Nash clothes.
FOR SALE-Ford touring and Ford
speedster for sale cheap. Call 6957
-- FOR SALE
Remington Portable T3perter
Call 7643 after 7:30 p. m. Ask for
FOR SALE,or Trade on Ford Sedan, a
model K-45 Buick Touring, in first
class shape. Call Flindt 22342.
FOR SALE-Radiola III A. Complete
with four tubes, loud speaker, bat-
teries, $20. Cost owner $55. Call
NOTICE-High grade clothes, custom
tailored, latest styles, perfect fit,
$40 and up. C. T. Doukas, 1319 S.
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
6535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
TAILORED SUIT, $35.00
11. W. MHILWARD
332 S. State, over Pratt & Dunn
Tues, Thurs, Sat., 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 placie to have it corrected.
Every pen we repair, regardless of
make, receives the same skillful at-
tentiontand all work is guaranteed.
No waiting to have it sent to the fac-
tory or what is worse, chance of in-
Ijury from inexperienced workman-
Rider's Pen Shop
Tues., Thur., Sun. tf.
Look over my line of samples for
2 pant suits made to measure, $37.50
T .R. Lyons, 515 E. Williams tf
An extra pair of pants doubles the
life of your suit, we match any cloth.
M. G. WILD, 109 E. Washington
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
JOE PARKER'S CAFE
Dancing every night during supper
from 6:30 to 8:00
Private partiesour specialty.
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
VICCTOR Record "Say it Again" "Lets
Talk About My Sweetie" by Russo
Oriole Orchestra, -at Schaeberle and
Son, Music House. tf.
A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
WATCH REPAIRING SERVICE .
Not how cheap but How Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch Shop
Edward A. 'Clark, 1121 S. University
lots of extras.
Wire wheels, bumpers, special head
lights, heater, motor in perfect con-
Terms if dtsired
It. It. ALIBER
A 206 IV. Huron Street
Dodge Brothers Motor Cars
dition. Price is right.
1923 FORD COUPE
Tires new, motor A-1
finish very good.
1924 CHEVROLET SEDAN
Mileage very low, tires very good,
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.
1 CHEER SQUAD TRYOUTS
Daily workouts are slated for
the cheering squad at Ferry field
for the remainder of the semes-
ter. They will be held at four
o'clock, and all freshmen who
wish to try out for the squad
will report at that time.
W. A. Warrick,
For All Makes of Cars.
TIRES FOR SALE.
JUNK CARS BOUGHT
KESSLER BROS., Canal Street
VAN BoyEN CRE~SSI
5 - . -jj+
The outstanding values in our
spring and summer clothes are
not always apparent to the
casual observer. Painstaking
workmanship and finest quali-
ty materials throughout enter
into the building up of our
r ~TMR CLASS
ANY LINE. ANY
- One Way, RouarA Trip-
- or a Real Low Prie
AUTHORIZED STEAMSHIP ACT
E. G. KEPLER, A lLnes
-601 E. I1bRON. 4 iJ0%
The Highest Grade of
Remodeling a Specialty.
sJ2 S. State St. Phone 7996
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's
Pen Shop and you will get REAL 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 dang-
erous and spoil your pens.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
Pen and Ink Specialists 315 S. State
Tu. Th, Sun.-tf.
IF YOU WANT REAL
cleaning and pressing service at
CHEER UP WAHL'S, 328 So. Main
DON'T miss having Victor Record
"Billy Boy" by Frank Crumit, at-
Schaeberle and Son Music House. tf.
NOTICE-Collegemen interested in
summer employment interview in
room 431 Michigan Union until
Thursday, May 6. 987 men had av-
erage earnings of $61.63 per week
during summer of 1925. Not a can-
vassing job. B. S. Hagar.
Suits to order, $23.50 and up
Suits cleaned and presed, $1.00
TYPING WANTED -- fbeses, themes
papers, notes, etc., neatly, accurate-
ly and promptly typed. Call Mrs.
Engelhardt. Dial 7275.
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
WANTED-Girls with selling experi-.
nce to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co. tf.
WANTED-College stndents for sum-
mer months, handling school guide
in salesfield; healthy, enjoyable, re-
fined positions; $245 for 76 days;
$210 for 60 days. Phone :Miss M.
Krelleirtz, 21069 for appointment aft-
er 5 p. m. 56-57-58.
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.
from 11 to 2 daily. Mack, and Co.
WANTED -- Second hand Ford tour-
ing car. Dial 7069. 58.
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, for
light housekeeping. Phone 6368,
running water and gas, all conven-
FOR RENT-Costumes for rent and
nin.de 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. 53-54-55-56-57-58.
FOR RENT-A desirable south east
single room, second floor. 1120 S.
University Ave. Phone 5938.
TO RENT-Furnished apartment or
small home by two adults during
summer semester. lar further in-
formation call 6845. 58-59-60.
RESONATER & CASE
Phone 3242 200 E. Huron St.
Arnold's State St. Xreweler
Is now carrying a complete line of