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TURDA'Y,>MAY 21, 1927


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Teau Completes (WitfOf Tom) se i nuaIStteT
dule For 1(,27 By PlayiT r
Badgers lTod!ay iV -fto Bec H-ek
CARDINALS RANK FIF~ih Bloomlington To'

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Michigan's baseball team will play! (SecalloTe, Diy)r
the last out of town game of its 19271BOlINTNm. a ~)-n
Conference schedule against the Wis-! hundred~ and ninety-seven athletes of:a
consin nine this afternoon at Mad-; Indiana universities and colle es will p
:ison. At the present time the veteran!cahiteanulneroegt,1'
Badger team occupies fifth position clsnteana necleit
in the Big Ten standings with a per- track aind field championshlps hcrre ;
centage of .600, while the iWolverines Saturday. With Indiana Uiversity,
are just below themr in sixth place. Butler, DePauw and Purdue possess-~
Last season, after losing to Mich- ing ottanding men in several eventsD
igan at Maison, the Badgers turned the prestige of Notre Dame main-
the tables onl Coach Fisher's team in taned in former meets wil face a,
the final game of the season winning serious challenge on this occasion.
the return contest by a 6-4 score. Phlillips, of Butler, who holds the'
This victory gave the Wisconsin ag- quarter-mile record is practically as-
gregation second place in the final ured of Men points-five each in the t
standings, cne game ahead of Illinois. quarter and hialf ~mile events. Stephen-9
Badgers D~ownIillini, 1.0 son, of Indiana;' Abbott, of Notre f
In its last three games the Badger Damne; Sutherlin, of DePau; and t
t inl has displayed the punch when it Crosley, of Muncie; however, are cer-
was needed, by defeatng Chicago, tain to give him competition.a
6-3, Northwestern, 5-4, and Illinois, Fields, Indiana University miler, has l
1-0. Curiously enough, both of the lat- made better time than any other Hoo-o
ter contests were won by home runs, sier this year; Henwood, of Earlham; i
Mansfield connecting for the winning Little, of Purdue; and Young, of Notre i]
drive in the game with 'the Purple Dame; rank close to the Crimson star. _
and Larson breaking up the 11 inning Della Maria, and Riley in the
struggle with the Conference leaders. sprints; McDonald, in the shot put;'
The defeats sustained by Wisconsinj Abbott, in the half mile; and the
consist of a 3-2 reverse at the hands of 'Brown brothers, appear to be Notre
the Illini and a 4-2 loss to Iowa. Dame's best bets.
As is indicated by the close scores Sturtridge, of DePauw, should gath-
that have marked tihe five games in er in a handful of points. At the "lit-
which they have participated, the tie state meet" he totaled 25 points,
Badgers possess an unusually strong taking five firsts. lie holds the statet
defensive team.- Against the Purple record in the high hurdles. The
team they played errorless bhall, cut- 'events hie is entered in are: high and
ting off a late rally' by a fast double low hurdles, discus, javelin, and 100
play, while the Illinois game was also yard dash.
marked by smooth° defensive play. Rinehart, Indiana University, stands
P'ossess' Timely Hitters alone in the javelin throw. His hurl
Although the Wisconsin lineup does of 198 feet 7 inches for the first place
not include a single, hitter in the .300 at the Drake relays has not been near-
class of the Big Ten, the timely hit- ed by a Hoosier this year. Prather,
ting displayed in the recent games also an Indiana University athlete,
makes theni, one of the most feared who won first in the discus last year,
outfits in the Conference. Barnum, should again be ani easy victor in this
Larson, Mansfield,. Burbridge, and event.
Decker bear the brunt of the Badger Somre keen competition appears in
attack. prospect for the sprints and distance
Wisconsin boasts a pair of capable events. In .the field events, besides
pitchers in Captain George Stoll and those mentioned above, no school has I
Jacobson, while Thelander has proved an outstanding rean certain of win-
effective as a relief hurler. Captain ning.
Stoll and Jacobson are both veterans It is expected to have the chai-
from the 1926 team that placed second pionships completed in time for fans
in the Big Ten race last year. The to take in the Indiana-Iowa baseball
former 'ranks as the leading left- game scheduled on Jordan Field for
hander in the Conference and is cred- 4 o'clock.
ited with two victories in three starts,-=
including a 1-0 , victory over the I- CLEVELAND. -- Hoakoah soccer,
lini in an 11 inning pitching duel with teamr of Vienna and the American
Stewart. Hungarians of Cleveland- played a,
The Badgers will probably line up 1-1. tie recently.
Murphy at first, Massey at second,
Decker at short, Donagan at third, and
Burbridge, Larson and Mansfield in
the .outfield. Barnum will receive the
call to work behind the plate, and tlt
Stoll seems to be the logical choice *.% u n
to face Don Miller, Coach Fisher's
a c e , in th e bo x , a lth o u g h J a c o b s o n r t y C O O C OC/l "I l C
,may receive the, ca".
six Veterans Start_______________-
This lineup gives Wisconsin six of
the nine men who faced the Wol- FIRST METHODIST I
verities in the final,. game of the 1926 Corner State and Wi1as. Sts.
season at Ferry field. Donogan, Bur- ~~irw tleI.I),Mnse
bridge, Larson; l3tnum, Stoll, and Parley C. Bingham, Associate
'Murphy are the men who will be back Minister and Student Director.
in the Badger front this afternoon. Bliss Margaret Stair,
Coach Fisher expects to send the Student Director.
same lineup into .the game tnat'per- 10:;30 A. MX. -Morning worship.
formed against .Xbrthwestern yester- Sermon, "This Believing
day., 0osterbaauA, ,,u icek, Weintraub, World." Dr. Stalker.
and either Morse or Loos will com-
pose the inner defense, while Captain 1,2:00- Student Bible Class at Wes-
Puckelwai'tz, Corriden, and Neblung ly Hal.
will work in the outfield. Davis and
Miller will form the Michigan bat- 6:00 P. M.-Guild meeting led by
tery Miss Elizabeth Lucas.
I7:30 P. M.-Evening church ser-
fBLANKET 'AliARTW1 ANNITNCi ("ED vice. Dr. Ci. Phelps, editor
- "?"of the Michigan Christian Ad-
EghtNSOhwestern 20.-'Thirty- vacate , speaking.
eigh NorhwesernUniversity seniors
'will be awarded "N" blankets by the ________________
athletic association in appreciation ofN
their'services to the school, it was an- UNITARIAN CHURCH
nounced yesterday.Stead ro
PITTSBURGH . Joe Bush has . 4idiey S. lobins ini1ster j
pitched for the Athletics, Red Sox, a ~ 97
Yankees, Browns, Senators, and Pir-i iy 97
4ates. , 10:45 A. M.

Paris-Prance eliminated Rouman- Morning service.
,~is from the Davis cup competition. Address by Minister.

C~' e a (cout endecr 101 the worIld's, li.ht- 4
C (It' ht chainlpionsbi 1), crop w)dIbit:;- If you are a telephone subscrib er ca.il Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, D)al 21214. and your want ad!
zo aftfairslong eniough today fto will be charged.-
The Michigan Daily reserves th'e right to
I k iletge 13 I ilxy I..' 01h il, retired tiii-Q classify all wants ads tunder aim i ate hv * I
'.f ~teat( (c1 tle-h1l0ltito fnht r ings and to revise or withhold objectional e
iiu. biei 0 Of ldS at any, weight to 14 -t This column closes at 3R. M. date preced-
aid tudsfo"te"isa ip iIldIng publication. :Notice of ,aiy error nust bei
raisce f s f r t e i ssi p l o given in time for the second insertion.
., -.2 ht aldLoahilugt*CASH IFATES
Ten cents per reading lice (onn he basis of
a. savage b~attle in lDenton I~ai boi. five average words to the line) for one or two
21ith1 roind LfenrdWinnhnd in th"Nine cents per reading hne for three or more-
untb ron'fekWiehdlnock- insertions.
'd him out of tihe ring. White wasn'tN Cash classifieds r-eceived at the Daily office
satisfied with the result. Hle alw~ays! in The Press Building on Maynard Street,
nsi~ed h coud deeat eonad fCONTRACT RATES-
inteialhed.could davs SaLeoQard1itSpecial standardized rates given on applica-
'White said he was willing to fight _.1', iJj Q alt LOST
LeonardI under conditions that neither tu- -
,hould receive a cent 'for their sert LOST-Glasses, grey - riiniiied, near-
vices. Nom-lte when or what you want, you will ('camus~L, Wednesday night.' Call
"We've both made our vile out of. 21114. 164-691
always get the best meat at fair prices. i-___________s6
glad,- now, to fight for a worthy cause:0 LOST-Glasses iln black leahe c s
for nothing. And it would be a fight. Thursday. Reward, Cleather. case,
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-arbor contest.Re dT e alCou n small steel and gold beaded bag.
Rewaid. -Phonie 9846. 166-167-168 -
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LOST-A green Schaefer fountain pen,
marked LeVerne Taylor. Phone
ILOST-A green gold Wah~l fountain
pen, Friday morning on campus.
Call J. E. Wendel, 3193. Reward.
LOST-Friday, April 22, silver van-
ity ease on a chain, with two black
enameled figures on front. Reward.
FOR RENT -' Furnished apartment. .
Two rooms and kitchenette. Avail-
able June 10. 109 North Thayer.
Dial 7445. 166-167-168
TO RENT-Five blocks southeast of
campus, fine large house, partly
furnished, to respcftsible sorority.
Phone 6047. 1~68-169
FOR SALE-Two 'May Festival tick-
ets, first balcony. Call 8623. '168
FORt SALE-1927 Dodge Sport road-
ster, five-bearing crankshaft motor.
Rumble seat. Looks like new.
1921 Dodge touring, A-i condition.
Will sell cheap.
j Don't pa~y railroad fare. Drive this
514 W. Washington Phone 3115
4FOR SALE-Conn- C-melo6dy saxo-
phone. Good condition. Good price.
Call Wenger, 5517. 167-168-1Q99
FOR SALE-Doctors notice! Instru-
ments and office equipment of the
late Dr. Brett, Williamston. Every-
thing, a doctor needs. Call or write
Mrs. Winifred Brett, Williamnston,
Mich. Phone 41 at once.



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FIRT BPTI ! Corner Huron atl,::division Sts.
R. Edw ard Sayles, Minister I [erle 11. Anderson, Minister
Ito-wvard R. Chapmni, Minister for. Lewis C. Reirnann
Students ! Mrs. Nellie 13. Caadivell
I Secretaries for Students.


10:45-Morning worship. Sermon
by Mr. Sayles: "Fundamient it
12:00-Church Bible School. The
student group will meet at
Guild House, closing prompt-
ly at 12:45.
5:00-Annual Senior meeting up
the river.. Donald Chapman,
'27, leader. Meet at Guild
House at 5:00 sharp.

9 :30-Churh school.
10:45-Sermon on: " Shufttiiig Out
the ~,ll~~ i"wiLlitall. to
}goys and girls oni " .1h * Art
o\ ilapp in' pCIope."
Kindergart en and Junior C .
E. (durinig hour of worship.
5:00-Intermediaite C. E. "Radio
News fromt Mission LanOds."
Mrs. Anderson broadcasting.
5:30-Social hour and supper.
6: :30-Young People's: Society,

Herbert A. Jump, Minister
Helen ta nisay, Student Director
10? : 5-"4'li , Story of a Vagabond."
G : 00--Studen't houi. Rev., A. V.
McCiracken of Detroit: "CGon.


picture' service.I

409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject: "'gOutI and
11:45.A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45-Wednesday evening testi-
monKal meeting. r
The Reading room, 10 and 11
State Savings Bank building, is
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock,
except Sundays and legal holidays.

Fourth Ave. near Packard St.
. G. A. icuumnn, Minister
9 :00 A. M.-Sunday , Fhool.
10 :00o A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice. The pastor will preach.
11:00 A. AL--German service.

ComedG~y Iihii, 6"M[oley rTlk s."
Sermion by Mr. Jum~p.
Division and Catherine ,Streets
Rev. hlenryf Lewis, Rector
Rev. T. IL. Ilarris, Assistant
8:00 A. M. -.1Holy Communion
(the church).
9 :30 A. M. - Holy Communion
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer a'nd
sermon by the Rev. T. L.

FOR SALE -Most desirable large
rooming house, furnished or unfur-
nished. Best location. Easy terms. _
May rent. Dial 7733 "or 4454 N~
FOR SALE--1921 Ford Touring. $40.
Call 3283. tf_
FOR SAF~E-Chevrolet 1923 touring.T
$40.00. Phone 9023 any afternoon
or evening and ask for McKee or
FOR SALE-Ford road ster 1924;
five tires, starter, demountable, --
good condition. 1617 Wagtenaw. A:
Phone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
WANTED - lCompanion for trip
around the world, through SOUTH
only part expenses. Work for bal-
ance 'fn way. Start after Corn-.N
n.-ancement. Write Gabriel Kron,
903 Monroe street, or call 6873. 168
WANTED - Experienced cook for
summer months at Inn near Battle
Creek, Mich. Call Ann Arbor 6367, N
Saturday, or address Box 63, Mar-
shall, Mich. 168-169
WANTED-The insurance business,
if earnestly and properly developed, ' -
is one of the best income producers.
It needs energy, application and~
brains. No place for., a lazy man.
If you are interested in this pro-
fession, we will pot our time, ex-
perience and finances against your
efforts. Address Box 185. 168
WANTED-Student, experienced bar-
her, to take care of patient at U~ni-
S versity hospital. Call R. G. Greve,
Assistant Director. 168-169
'WANTED -For sun'mer school, a
well furnished apartment or house
near university by man and wife,
Kalamazoo teachers. Address H.
L. Sherwood, Kalamazoo Central
IHigh School. 168-169-170
INOTICE-University instructor wants
Ifurnished house for academic year

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With opportunity of getting
sound business a~nd sales expe-
rience, is available with reliable
national manufacturing concern.
Liberal compensation. Write the
Fuller Brush Co., 411 Wood-
brook Bldg., 5050 Joy Road, De-
troit, or phone" students Frank
Kuensel, 6636, or Max Shadley,



Outdoor Picnic for Y. P. R. U.
if weather permits.
Expression is the one sacrament
of religion .-A. N. Whitehead.
t r1 ; Wrjth

3 :30 P. M\.-Students' Hike.



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Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stelhorii, Pastor
I 9:00 A. M.-Sunday school.

Comner Hill and Tappan
]Kenneth B. Bowen, Pastor
10 :30-Morning worship.

1 (Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
S C. A. BRAUJERB, Minister.
9 :00 A. VI.-German service.



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