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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SigVEN

Gives Ove.CJachin

SWD ISBER TEST1fIES TO OPEN Tr
ILAN DDS PROBE CONCERNING SCANDAL -
XN DEfTROIT'CHICAGO S~E F1917 j

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(BIy Assoiaed Pres)
"1CC.UO, Jan. 5. -Charles A.
S A _L lsberg, former shortstop
Chicago White Sox in a dra-
ma> :c rcItaI before Commissioner
I au:H ; hii afternoon declared that
the h e Sox bought four games
T:omJ)' oit in 1917 so that they
could he ,assured of the American
10 ;lg.e yckn1lt.
C aeace Rowland, manager of the
'V' Lj WSx in 1917, and Eddl ie Collins,
st axr eco-'A baseman, among the play-
crs a~c 13cd by hisberg, made brief
Mid vigormis enial. "It's a lie," they
.raid.
The sssion was dramatic, cullinat-
iuifiina denial by Colli ns who pro-
dluccod a cancelled check mnade out to
"Chick" andil, another for mer me-
ber of the White Sox which he paid
to a fund for the Detroit players for
beating the Boston club.
"This cheek was paid after the
World Series of 1917 and not when
Risberg said it was," said Collins.
"When Risberg said I paid this money
for 'sloughing' of baseball games he
ia d--- liar."'
Denials were also added by Ray
Schalk, newly appointed mana ger of
the White Sox; Done Bush, the new
leader of the Pirates, Ty Cobb, George
Dauss and others.
Cobb engaged in some lively parris
-with Landis. "I have played in sone
3,000O ball games," Cobb said, "and I
never in my life have played in a
fixed game to- my knowledge."
George Dauss, former Tiger pitcher,
testified he received $10 from Bill
:lames after the final Boston series of
1917. Dauss said he was told by Bill
James that Gandil had told him that
any Detroit pitcher who defeated Bos-
ton in the series would-receive $200.
What became of the $20 you were
"shy" Landis asked.
",The pitchers gave that to Catcher
Stanage," Dauss said. Stanage test-
fied that an unusual number of bases
were stolen by Sox players in the 1917
series but it was not his fault.
Big Ten Fives Show
Form In First Tilts
Although the year 192'? is not yet
a week old Conference basketball
teams are already rounding into shape,
fand some have even shown enough to
,allow the so-called "experts" to pick
their final, standing in the race.
llinois,-as has been the case in the
past three seasons,; began the new
year right by assuming the leadership
in the race' with a victory over Mn-
nesota.
This game is the only Conference
contest played so far, but in recent
~practice cop ests some of the teams
originally doped to finish high in the
final rating have been handed good
scares.
Indiana was just able to eke out a!
M1-29 win from Carleton college, and1
Purdue barely managed to win from1
an opponent 'she should have beaten
by 10 points. t -
Notre Dame took Northwestern in-
to camp by eight points, -and would
probably have had a bigger margin if,
the regulars had been left in the fray.
Losing to Notre Dame seems to be a
habit with the Purple.
Wisconsin followed Michigan in
beating Syracuse, and by so doing the
Cardinals raised their stock cosider-
ably. Ranson was stopped, and if
T-anson is stopped so is the Syracuse
teani.
Michigan won her fourth straiglit
practice game by outscoring Maryland,'
and this 'latest Wolverine victory in-
formed the "experts" that the Maize
and Blue must be considered in any
further doping. Harrigan, as in all
previous games, was the scoring ace.
Jn the gaines played thus far the Wol-
verine star has sunk 23 baskets, al-
most ant average of six, per contest.
and if he can keep that up the Mich-
igan opponents will have to do con-
erable offensive work to win.
The Conference is fortunate. this
year in having four or five teams of
more or less equal strength. Indiana,

Iowa, Michigan, Illinois, and Wiscon-1
sin are outstanding contenders for the
title, and Noirthwestern, Ohio State,
and Minnesota are so close that it is
hard to make a distinction.I

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Values to $60
To is u e quick cea4'rancee, )ve
slat('t jf('ed all profits . andl~ in
most cases much liless taa
Wholesale cost., All those 'who
have 'houlit dClies here forl
last rears realize' the ijaltes
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'if you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie, NOTICE--C omlelieo Raos
the A'd-Taker, lDial 2121 4, and your want ad ....,
will he 4 o;wata Icharged. -a~ndlLoudl Speakmrs. A~ rzt
'rhe AMichigan Daily- reserves the rit to Raftliola dlealer. 3herl ad
classify all ant±ads nfle a) 1 liauoi:!-,1
in-s and to revise or withhold objectionalble onMui I ys,1(}So.t ant
copy. I
f .This colurnn closes at 3 P~. I. elate jlrcee l
inzg publication. Notice of aniiy error munst he f iC~~.h
given in time for the secondl insertion. -NOI(f -- Pino- aid Vt [ic.,ro la fo
CASH RATES rent. Schacel1e n1Sn u"i
I Ten cents per reading line (on the hasis of 'II CUse, .11.0 So. Ala i at.
fivc average Nvords to the line) for oe or two
insertions.4r
Nine cents per readling line for thrree or moreI WANT DStudents who like good
!insertions.hot .
('ash classifieds received at the 1 )ailv office htBRF FSt nww l
r The Press Building on I\aynard Street. liver between 9.30 and 11:)0 1',.:l
CONTRACT RATES lifl.lCuFB J\ iN, Dial 4451.
Special standardized rates given o~i applica- -us-Tir.Sa
lion. cTe.Thr.St
LUST NOTICE-FHats cleaned and blocked.
LOST IAll kinds of shoes (ie'ane(I, dyt and
LOST-Loose-leaf notebook last dlay reaed tifclil;aan .
before vacation in Lawv Buildling. ANN ARBOR 1101w,(-25 F. Vlw~rt~.
"D. C. Vokes" on cover. Call Law c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
club I1-33. 72-73-74
_________________________________NOTIC-Startling offer TRIxedo0,
ILOST-Open faced gold watch, Illinois Pressed-Fifty Celif s.Vtw('call and
make'. Name engraved inside back.j deliver any tine. Ti. B. Lyons
Reward. Telephone 21083. 721 F. Ihihai,1S, Dial 56
tires-thu zrs-suii- tf
1LOST-Gold wristwatch on black rib- F
bon. Elgin make. Lost in Univer- I NOTICE-Grape juice and sweet cider.
sity Library or on campus near li- Call R. E. Wagner, at 9,584 or 22413,
brary. Reward., Call 22115. 721.7--2
LOST-6 months old police dog, grey S1EC1A1J
with white vieast. No colas. call I Seventeen jewel, l31uiova Wr ist
8758, reward. 72-73 Watch, ;;quire hiotiel. Only $25.00.
________________________________________ The 1Whtci Shop) 1122i .lniv~. tf
LOST-Kappa Kappa Gamma Key.
'Reward. Elliott Bell1 7117. 71-72-73 .NOTICE-Apples, c'ool F;,,';and~ eating
________________________________ City delivery, Dial 442
Delatield Frulit Far:-, i'jitiat Itoadl.
FOR SALE
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FOR SALE-Late style Tuxedo. Looks NOTICE--Student '.Tlor~~ Shop, '21di.
-like new. Call at 1308 Geddes. University, across from JIM1 Audi-
72-73-74 torium. Re-opened under newv
mnanagement. Cleaning, pressing
j FOR SALE-Latest model Remington and altering. LadIies' work es )eci-
Pot4ables. A few used machines ally. Phone 8040.
also. Phone 3489 for free demon- ct
stratioak. tues-thur-sun ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phonle
{{CARS FOR SALE 6513. daily-tt
F One of those easy riding, light upkeep To see best of 501 limes clothing drop
Franklin, closed cars. A-1. condi- card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
tion. New paint and A-i tires, and 6365 evenings. $22 to $<;0. t
battery. Dial 8950 or evenings 5267
for demonstration. tf

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1.13lFst ibertyC113St.

1 FOR RENTJ
FOR RENT-Desirable single and dou-
ble room for graduate women. 2
1blocks from campus. Dial 8006.
70-71-72
I TYPEWRITER FOR BENT
Some good machines all makes. They
are in good condition. Rider's Pen'
S Shop. 315 State St. sun-tues-thur
- WANTED
WANq'ED-Instructor wishes to rent
room in private home. Box 145,'
Mich. Daily. 72-73-74
HELP WANTED-Student's wife as
assistant in dentist's office. Hours
reasonable. Dial 7380 after 7 p. in.
72
WANTED-Dressmaking, general and
altering. Call Miss Eisele, 509
S Thompson. Phone 22340. 72-73-74
WANTED-Three room apartment by
three seniors. North side of campus.
Call Todd-Varifllr-Schnall 22491.
72-73-74
WANTED-Room or suite by new stu-
dent, near campus for next semes-
ter. Box 146. 72
ROOMMATE WANTED-Quiet, sunny
room, continuous heat night and
day. Call for John McCurry, 8267.
70-71,72
I WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from i$5 to $25 for old
suits anid overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
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FFOUNTAIN PEN INK
Are your records important? If not
why make them? If they are im-
Fportant use a Record Ink. This is
the only kind of ink we sell and the
only kind which works well in your
fountain pen. Many worthless sub-
stitutes are offered under the cloak
of the name "Fountain Pen Ink."
Ask us, we will show you the dif-
ference. Rider's Pen Shop.
sun-tue s-thur.
NOTICE
INOTICE-We repair all musical in-
struments at Schaeberle and Son
Music House. tf
NOTICE-Freshman desires room
jmate, second semester. Call 5462.
72-73
BEACHER'S Leather Goods-Stand
hard wear and service. City Pharm.
E 72-73
NOTICE
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-214
Detroit St. Let us do your mimeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.

TENOR 1BANJOS...... ..$1; up
VEGA TENOR BANJO STYLE
N........................$3
GIBSON MANDOLINS-
AT ONE HALF PRICE
BANJO UKE............ .... $9
Original Cost was $15
U. of M UKES-
HAND PAINTED-
AS LOW AS..............$4
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
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FOUNTAIN PEN IMP~iAIRING
In keeping with -University customis
we specialize,' employ experienced
"penmakers who can repair your pen
correctly. The only penmakers in
the state. If, your ..tooth was in
trouble you would' 'go to a skilled
dentist, not to a blacksmith or grocer.
Givp your pen the same considera-
tion. sun-toes-thur

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Credited by a cebratd-Parisiazi
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practical and extremely beautiful.
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