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TUESDAYt .~A 18, 1926
ED' AIO0 NINE"
LOSES TO FRESHMEN
Yrearinags Overco~ne Two Ban Lead
it Seventh Inning To Win
By 54 Score
REICHMIAN HITS 1.000
Three hits in the final inning, coup-
led with two stolen bases,' and an
error, enabled the freshman baseball
,team to defeat the physical education
nine by a 5-4 score, in a seven inning
game yesterday at Ferry field.
Going into the last inning, the
yearlings, first at bat, were trailing
4-2, but a three run tally turned the
tide andl the opponents were helpless
in their half of "the final fraine.
In the deciding inning, Truskowski,
who had replaced Reichman behind
the b~at, singled over second base.
Duckmnan, pinch hitting for Gilmartin,
was out at first base, but Truskowski
advanced to third. Campbell, hatting
for Wagner, hit an easy ball to the
pitcher and Truskowski was held at
third while Campbell was being
thrown out. O'Donnel singled to cen-
ter scoring Truskowski, and then stole
second. McCoy hit an easy grounder
to. Weintraub who threw to first in
time to put him out, "but Squier
dropped the ball and O'Donnel scored.
McCoy stole second and then scored
easily on Morse's triple to left center.
Nebung made, the third out.
Coach Mather's team got off to a
fast start in their half of the second,
scoring two runs on a walk by Morse,
an error by Weintraub, and Reich-
man's long double to center. The
physical education team came back in
their half, driving one run across the
plate when Langton was hit by a
:pitched ball, Johnson walked, and
After a wild _pitch had advanced the
men to second andl third, Gilmartin
let an easy roller from Stephen's bat
slip through him, scoring Langton.
Neither team scored in the third
inning but the education team stepped
out in the last of the fourth, to score
three runs. Gilmartin. started the big
inning by giving Squier one of the
seven walks which he issued in his six
innings on the mound. Langton also
went to first on four balls, and Gil-
martii's poor throw to second on a
grounder by Johnson scored one run
and IUt men on second and third.
Rose dot a clean hit to right, aend b~oth
men scored when Gilmartin intercept-
ed the throw home. There was no
more ,Scoring until the fatal seventh.
Only two hits were garnered off
1 Gilmartin in the six innings that he
pitchedl, but seven passes, two errors,
s and a~'wild pitch kept him in constant
trouble. Dahl who took up the pitch-
ing burden in the last inning had
little trouble in holding the losers
down.'
Th'e~freshman team got a bad break
In the Yfourth. After Robbins had been
hit byi a pitched ball, Reichman hit
his second double of the day, but
Robbins failed to touch third on his
way home, and was called out.
Rowe, who pitched for the losing
team wCas touched for seven hits, three
going for extra bases. Morse's triple
was the longest hit of the clay, while
Reichian had two doubles in his two,

TI IE MICI-IGAN DAILY

PACE LrV'Mfl

LOS ANGELES.- L. S. Guischard,{
'27, star pitcher of the Univeity 91
Southern California baseball: team,
was elected captain of the Trojan
diamond men recently. Guischard is l
a student at the University of South-!
ern California dental school. -

LUNDON---For the first. time ins
history of -the River. Thames an. ml
national boat race will" take place t
year for the Duke of York's inter
tional gold trophy. The coursei
be. over the Putuey to Mortb
stretch, and- six laps will-be cover

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LOST
LOST-A Delta Chi lain on State Streetf

FOR SALE
E+Oof SALE:--Small aby Grand, al-

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M n. fational Institution -3rom Coast to Coast']
p ,. 5
Brnwin~i~KJ~ & a

lake 'I!f you are a telep~hone subscriber call Jimmie
he .td Taker, Dial 2j214, and your want ad
red. vill he charged.
The- M i,"hig'an IDaily rterves the right to
Ja~ssifv all want ads under appropriate headl
* nias andi to revise or withhold obijectionabie
j oPy.
'this column clroses at 3 P. M. date preced-
rW p'ilication., Notice of any error must be
riven in time for the seco'nd isertion.
CASH RATES
- Ten e-nts per reading line rcn the basis of
ive average words to the line) for one or twOW
I insertions.
Nine cents pe~r reading line for three or more
1'isert Is
C (ash OR,.4sifieds received at the TDaily office
Iin The Press Building on Maynard Street.
Special standardized rates given on applica-
inCNnATRAE

between Hill andl Campus, or at the mnost new, owner leaving, inst sell"
1I. C. Station. Finder please return at reasonable price. P"hone 5572.
to D. P. Ginn, Dial 4418, and re- 70-71-72.'
ceive reward. 70-71-72. O A-4-Oina ~g gd;t
L-CST --Fountain Pen, Initials R. W. jewel pattern. 11 ft. by 4 1-2. Very,
C. Call Curtis, 1003 E. Huron. Dial iao9277, 2177.0n7i-7St.li
FOR SALE--Two May l-estis al o'oturi'
LOST-L~ongi green leather pturse in' tickets. First row centier se('l :ii
Science Aud(it orium or on caniPus at ;2nd ba lcony. Dial 133711. 0.t

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1.1 last; Thursday, Reward. I)ial
21009 or ('all at :328 I,. Williams.
70-71-72.

F'OR SALE

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Knickers

Linen or Wool
Also Complete Golf Hose Stock

LOTFOIL S l F I 92> Ford ('oupe A-i'
LASTcondition, first reasonable offeri1
LOST-althm, hntin cas, god ; akes it. Call "Bill" 8065 after 7?
LOT-athm hnin asged70-7 1-72.
watch with UT. M. Fob, near cornet of )Il
Thompson and Williams. Phone FOR SALE-Two May Festival ticketq 1
16961. Ed. Peterman. (entire course) main floor. In-
iquire Fred Heusel, Phone 7913.
LOST-Senior cane (Medical). Box! 70.,
91. 70.- _________ ___
FOR SAL]E--One season May Festival
LOST-Aqua marine ring, white gold! ticket, best section, main floor,
setting. Call 8065. 70-71. p~rice $7.00. Phone 9562. 70.
LsOST-Aquamarine ring, lost near; FOR SALE~--Two tickets for Elijah,
Fngineer Building, near ChurchI Thursday night, fourth row, first
Sreet. Reward. Dial 8065). 70-71I balcony. $1.25 a piece. Call 4724,
after 3 p. m. 70.1
LOT--Pair of tortoise shell-rimmed
glases.Finder call 21283. Reward. ! FOR SALE--Ford touring in good con-
70-71-72. (ldition, starter and ; demountable
'rims. Will sacrifice if sold at once.
LOST Friday, Green Fountain pen. Dial 4418 or' call at 733 S. State
Agnewv, 8871. 70. and] ask for Gawne. 70-71-72.

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I"()1l Al~-hepI~~s Ifolliner
l ickets, 2nd Balcony. Dial 5358.
6;8-0;9-70.
Let The Daily sell it for you turnr
the Classified coluimns-.Adv.!
4s'r--shell-rine d glatsses with
case, between Mlartha Cook: and .An-;
gell hlall, Monday morning, May 10.
Finder please return to I\'artha.
Cook office and receive reward.
68-69-70.
FOlt SALE--Old Town canoe, -excel-I
lent condition, cheap. Box 87.
68-69.

m y t 'riiewf..i'.. :.. .,..w; ) t.
An extra pa)ir of p)ants doubles the
tif' of' \(i r "suit, we imatclh any dclth.
*(.WI LI), 1W) LW itiaio
WATH!IIIEIA IlllfSERYlCE
Not how c ital) blt flow Good at a
Reason a Ide Price. The W~atch Shop
Y4W aird A. Clarlc, 1 121 S. t sivertily
i tf.
''YIN C WVA NTED 'I)- tib' s,,gFth
l1;papersM, ntes, Iot'., o tI(il, 8(5 urnite-
lyIvand th 1tomily typed. ('all "Mrs."
Lingelhardt. I iail '7:.
i 'Iues, 'T'hongr, Sat., trF.
j('ALL V'
W1Y paiy test I ric'Qs for mon and wont-
ent's used(,41cot ioe---- . .W. 1l'1,EN SO,
1)2IPdlrod St. Dial 014015. If.
IF YOU WANT i EAT.
Cleaning andl pros; ing :service at
reasonable lt'iees
Mial 7s 11
CHIEER iUP A IIV;. 28 .So. Main
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FOR SALE--I-louse, 22 rooms, goodl
condlition, coi'ner lot. North State
jStreet, four blocks froim canpus,
oil burner, steam heat, laundry out-
-fit, 1-2 ton ice box. Can be used as
a fratednity or rooming house. See
owner. P. 0. Box 208.
~61-62-6>3-G4-65-66-67- l8- 69
FOR SAIL-Will sell C melody saxo-
phone or trade for an alto saxo-
phone. Call 792u. 69-70-71
FOR SALT,-At Whitmnore Lake, Cot-
tage, $1,200 cash. Dial 4770 in dy
(a-tinie or 22420 evenings and Sunday.
Mr. Slainder. 69.
FOR SA LE--2 Fine double damiask:
sets of t able linien, and some towels,
fall hemnmed., Box 85. 67-65-69
NOTICE
NOTICE---IHats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed. Absolutely the most satisfae-
tory work in, town. Pay us a visit.
Watshilgtoi Shop). 10)6 E.11ashingtoui
Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
VICTOR Record "Say it Again,", "Lets
Talk About My Sweetie" by Russo
Oriole Orchestra, at Schaeberle and
Son, Music' House. tf.
DON'T miss having Victor Record
"Billy Boy" by Frank Crumit, at-
ISchaeberle and Son Music House. tf.
TI-I hit of the season on Victor lec-

Look over my line of samples for
SPRCING SUILTS
2 paitt suits maide to masure, $37.i4)
T'.1.Lyons, 51" . 11 ilAums tf
Puy your fountain pen ink at isder's
Pell Sliol, atnd you will get RE A I1, ink,
fresh irk, Ink that fixers itself~ in the
paper and woin't fadie or entirely dis-
appear after it has s,,t when moisture
is a ppli ed. Inn lisulmbs urtes are dang-
eroois andl spoil your pens.
Pellalid Ink cspeeiali'i :11., S. State
WARD)ROBE TAILORS11
Suits to order, $23.50 an ti p
Suits cleaaned an~d l)i'esedl, $1.00
pressed 35e
Delivery sotrvice
Phone 3242 Zoo) l<..Huron St.
NEW VICTOR RECORD1l[
"Poor P'apa"-Jtack Smith
"Don't Be a Fool, You Fool"
at Scfiiaeberle and Sozi Musle House
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Three for [$7.00
Our= Golf flls are sold at Cos--50c.

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Genuine STAROLINE Gasoline
is sold only out of blue pumps

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Opposite Wuerth Theatre.

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times at bat.
With college parties on
famous "O",steamers of
The Royal Mail Liney
University Tours with College Credit:
ORCA, June 19 ORDUNA, June 26
ORBITA, July 3
W rti.' o lusrtd &o4l
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKED' CO.
26 Broadway, New York
Irving Warniohts DS
(211H1{POIST ANDk
ORTIIOPEDST
707 N. University Ave, Phone 11212

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They, will be useful as well as symbolic.
Have "them mounted and framed by, the tested
"..drum, head" method!' No wrinkling or pull-
ing from frames.
Diplomas insured in our shop and sent insured
to any address C. 0. D.
EXCEMTONAL
FRAMING*-

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DISTINCT'IVE
CLOTHES
FOR THE
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DRESSED
STUDENT

jord,, played by Warings Pennsyl -
vanians-
"In My Gondola"
!"ust a Cottage Small"
at Scluaebeiie andl Soni Music Htouse.
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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 semrvice, is1
the logical place to have it corrected.!
Every pen. we repair, regardless of "
make, receives the same skillful at-
tention and all work is guaranteed.1
No waiting to have it sent to the fac-
tory or what is worse, chance of in-
jury from inexperienced workman-
shp Rider's Pen Shop
Tues , Thur., Sun. tf. j
TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water!y
Shampoo, face and scalp treatment.
Special prices on all appointments.
Trojanowski Beauty Par'lor, 1110 S.
University, side entrance. Phone
6535. tu, th, sat.-tf.
getti, and balloons.. Special ar-
rangements for fraternities, sorori-
ties and clubs.
SB ROWYN'S BOOKSTORE, 210 S. !
Main.tf
I A SPECIAL
t TAILORED 'SUIT, $35.00
It. IV. MIL WARD
331? S. State, over Pratt & Dunn
I _____ ____ Tues, Thurs, Sat., tf.
j Modern Jury Trials
IPublished by Jennings Co. of New
York made of the Genius Eloquence
of over ,100 great lawyers showing
how cases are wone.%
U. S. Justice Mathews says: "Ex-
cellent made, highly entertaining and
permanent value."
Darrow says: "I have read your
books with profit for 40 years." tf.
COLLEGE Students who wish to be
chosen for Wear Ever Lecturing and
Selling this summer must secure
assignments by Friday May 21.
Act quickly if interested. See B. S.
Haar this week, room 302, Michigan
Union. NTIE 69-70-71-72
JOE PARKER'S CAFE
Danmcing every night during supper
from 6:30 to 8:00
Private parties our specialty.
Tues, Thurs, S at., tf.I
COLLEvE student for summer
months; must be able to work with-
tout supervision, loyal, conscientiousI
and )ambitious. 'Generous salary.1
Write Dept. "G'., Park Avenue Bldg.,.
Detroit, Mich. 69-70.
A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and 'Topcoats
$23.00
iStyle, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.i

WANTED) TO 'RENT
WANTE) TO REI<NT-Garage oti the..
south east side of campus 'till the,
middle of June. D~ial 5618.
FOR RENT
F011 t R1::lT--Near(camnpus, very de-
siriable, three mroom a partuien t with
b ath, furnis hed or unf'urnished, for
summer only. Call 4772.
68-69-70-71-72-73.
FOR R2ENTF-lDouble and single rooms,
steam heat, hot water all the tie,
lest of living conditicurs. 'Thre
blocks from campus, $3.50 and $4.00
Seacht. lDial 22342. 70-71-72.
GA RAGCE, Wanted for Reht-From
niow till Jtune 15. Dial 5618.
70-71-72.

WANTED

WANTED-Students desiring employ-
ment during vacation, communicate
with Duncan D~istrib~utintg Co., 934
Fernwood Ave., Royal Oak, Mich.
Can use men from every state.
70-71-72.
WANTED-Girls with selling experi.-
nce to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co. tf.
WANTI.)-Vacation position; teacher
or student; interesting, healthful
work; generous salary plus b~onus.
For appointment call Miss Krnell-
witz, 21069, after 5 p. mu.
68-69-70.
WANTED-Girl for general office
work in an established Real Estate
and Insurance Office. The position
offers excellent' opportunities for
advancement and income. Appli-
cant must be good typist and should
have some business experience
though the latter is not absolutely
essential. Replies will be consider-
-ed confidential. Address box 90,
Michigan Daily. v._tf.
WANTED-Thesis to type, low prices.
M. V. Hartsuff. Phone 9387.
69-70-71.
WANTED-To sub-let my attractively
furnished apartment from June 15
to Sept. 1. Four rooms upstairs.
Three blocks from campus.' Reason-
able. Call 7619 before 7 p. mi. 70.

300 South Stated St.

Above Hall

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"A Craftsman in the Framing Art"

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HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
Men's Used Clothing
or' umoy ethel' RTJCL O13VAAE
STUDENT TAILOR SHOP
Phone=8048 Cor. N. Univr. & Thayer

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SS EXTRA MONEY FOR LARGE SIZES $SS
$1 E xtra for Suits B roug6ht to the Store
0" OUOHKY DIALN4 5 561
'I PAY
BEST ]PRICES
F~or 31ei's Used,, Clothing.
It. BENJiAMIN

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Send you
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HOT WEATHER
Always means
more
13 SHIRTS,
ur shirts and .laundry to us
11 be returned in spotless

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411 of our, Suits represent the
choicest materials plus the
special tailoring given by R.
& W. to all their products.

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SPECIAL
Each "Tuesday and Wed-
nesday
SHAMPOO, MARCEL
AND
BOB CURL
$1.25
ILDA ARNLST
Bertine Beauty, Shoppe
1111 South Uniiversity Ave.

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