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Pennock, and Ruetlher, have all pitch- 25 games for Joe McCarthy.-
ed gooti hall, while \Viley Moore has The loss of Tommy Thevenow was a
sMScceded Fred Marberry of Washing- serious blow to the Cards although
hTorporcer has been partially making
SIA ItItr i ie h up for his absence. Frisch, O'Farrell,
lEague. Haines, and Alexander have been the,
The keystone combination of La- main cogs in the St. Louis team. !
Fifth Pennant In seven Years, 'erri and Koenig have been function- Rogers Hornsby has been a big help
Huggins' Team Has Won ing exceptionally well, while Joe Du- 1 to New York, but the Giants havet
10 Contests.gan has performel ( cr(Ulitat)y at third been too slow in attaining their stride.I
Iin spite of his years. (tombs, Meusel, Two veterans, Burleigh Grimes andJ
and Pasehal combine with Ruth to Eddie Roush, have been a strong fac-{
NEAR IOMER MARK' form the hardtst hing outfeld in (or in their success.
baseball toay. The Bambino seems The rise of the Buccaneers has been
:h the pennant already cinhed, liely to surpass his former record of featured by the batting of the Waner
ew York Yankees are out to 59 bomne runs, having 54 to his credit brothers, Paul and Lhoyd, and the an-
Ish a new league record for to date. I cient Joe Harris. The Corsairs have'
aes. The -Yankee aggregation MaVlk it Stride. also been getting excellent pitching
Aside from New York's sensational from Meadows, Hill, Kremer, and
104 victories to their credit, record, the race in the junior circuit Aldridge. If they maintain their pres-
as the league record is 105 held has been rather drab. By a late sea- ent pace they will be sure to meet
a Boston Red Sox of 1915. With son spurt the Athletics climbed into Miller Huggins' crew in the world
games remaining on their sched- second place, Connie Mack's charges series, next month.
5e Yanks seem certain to estab- finally playing high calibre ball. De-
new record. troit set a season record of 13 con- OfficialsAnnounced
by their diminutive manager, secutive victories in August, but
Huggins, the Yankees captured slumped badly this month, dropping For Present Season
fifth American league pennant from second to fourth position. Wash-
en years by staging a runaway ington also went. into a slump after
rom the outset. The Yanks led holding second position through July Annoncement has been made of
eague from the opening game and part of August, losing 12 straight the officials that will referee Michi-
Sseason, and after Julyhfourth games. gan's home football games this fall.
to maintain a consistent pace Pittsburgh appears to have the Na- Several familiar faces will be seen in
to manti a o ieho have re- tional league pennant in the bag by the new stadium in the roles of arbi-
the o ly r RedSox who he . virtue of their splendid record during
position since September. The Pirates won six ters when the Wolverines face their
straight games from the skidding gridiron rivals.
r York's pennant winning crew Braves while St. Louis and New York James Masker, veteran Western
bably one of the strongest teams were cutting each others throats. The Conference official, has been named
yGiants retained second place by win- referee in the dedication
ro fence busters, Babe Ruthnd ning the series, but they are still sev-t a
ehri, he Yes ae iteal- eral games behind the Pirates. I Ohio State. He officiated intwo Michi-
ed thei Yankees have literal- Cubs SIui Badly. gan games last year, the Ohio State
gged h their way to a pennant.
have won many of their games After leading the league since the and Wisconsin contests. Walter
othering the opposition under. a first of August the Cubs suddenly Eckersall, former All-American half-
of runs, cracked, dropping rapidly from first back and now a Chicago sports writer,
nd even mediocre pitching the to fourth place. The Bruins are now will referee the Minnesota game. He
es would probably have won, but virtually out of the race. Charlie has recently been mentioned as the
have been getting some good Root made a valiant effort to bring possible referee for the Dempsey-
g. The veterans, Hoyt, Shocker, the wvorld series to Chicago, winning Tunney fight in~ Chicago. Eckersall
refereed the Michigan-Illinois game
last fall.,
The officials for Michigan's home
Lei t t uch 4games follow:
October 2-Ohio Wesleyan.
, " .Referee=-Lambert (Ohio State):
s all this pen requires-- umpire-Huston (Parsons); Si e I d
judge-Kearns (DePaul); head lines-
man-Maxwell (Ohio State).
Stop Pre ssiOctober 9-Michigan State.-
Referee-Nicholas-. (Oberlin); um-
pire-Hagerty (Tufts); field judge-
And own a Pen Thompson; head linesman-Graves
that stays in Perfect Trim,linois.)
or we Make Good Free* October 2-Oiio Sate.
T w d aReferee-Masker (Northwestern);
Duofodintroducespressure- umpire-Haines (Yale); field judge-
less writing-and stays in, Young (Illinois Weslcyan); head
perfectorder.Weagreeyour "glinesman-Huston (Parsons.)
first cost shall be your last. November 12-N avy.
No hand can distort its Referee--C rowell (Swarthmore);
point-yet it yields to any umpire-Schommer (Chicago); field
style of writing. judge-Hackett (West Point); head
* We spent 35 years on 47 linesman-Hollenback (Pennsylvania.)
major improvements. Made November 19-Minnesota.
sixteen million Pens. Own Referee-Eckersall (Chicago); um-
32 patents on Pens and 12 pir-Mumma (West Point); field judge
on Pencils and Desk Sets. -Kearns (DePaul); head linesman
We discovered how to -Lipp (Chicago).

FEW REPOR T #C
Whether because :her . a It in col-
.lge 01 becaus lii y -u-cn' playing
football this year, : in-n out for
the Frosh squad is t smallest this
season it has been since AMi(higan re-
joined the Big Ten. Last night at.
quitting time about 45 yearlings had
reported in unil rm while there
were not more thani a dozen in the
equipment room waiting for suits.
Coach Mat Iher, freshman coach, stated
that he did not expect seventy-give
candid(ates on an outside estimate.
The scarci1y of material is only

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ADVERTISING

Telie average bheigth is about five feet
six inches and the average weight
woulin't make a high school coach
stair any cheering. "A six footer out -
here would look like a giant," Coach
Mather remarked sarcastically.
For several weeks the yearlings willj
be grounded in fundamentals, afterl
which they will meet the reserve
squad in their annual game.
PIIILADIELPHIA.-fBenny Bass re-
ceived $15,000 as his reward for win-
ning the world's featherweight title. .

CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

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HOTEL SAGE, Detroit, Mich. FOR RENT-Large suite for two or
1537 Center St. Around the corner rt e students. One single room.
troit, Mich. Around the corner lJunior Engineer wants roommate.
from Capital Theater. Downtown Garage for rent. 425 South Divi-
shopping district. Quiet place for Sion . 1
refined people. All outside rooms.
Single, $1.50; double, $2. Private FOR RENT-Three large double
bath; S'ingle, $1.50 and $2; double, rooms. 721 Catherine. Very well
$2.50. furnished. 1-2-3

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NOTICES
NOTICE-Emma Fischer Cross, teach-
er of piano and pipe-organ, former-
ly on the faculty of School of Music.
Extensive study abroad. 610 E.
Liberty. Apt. 8. Phbne 3566.
1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10

FOR RENT

FOR RENTleasant rooms, four
double and one single, readyfor oc-
cupancy. Call 785, 806 Arch St.
1-2-3
FOR RENT-324 E. Jefferson, unfur-
nished apt. 4 large rooms, private
bath, both all newly decorated. Heat
and water $65. 1-2-3-4-5-6
WANTEI)
WANTED-Man with some experience
for general greenhouse work, after-
noons and Saturdays. Apply Good-
hew Floral Co., 611 E. Univ. Ave.
1-2-3
WANTED--Experienced cigar clerk,
preferably one who has been' with
United Cigar Co. Apply 533 E.
Liberty. I1-2

FOR RENT-Suite, study and sleeping.
porch, 334 E. Jefferson. 1-2
FOR RENT-Large front room on
first floor for two men or Graduate
girls. Phone 1981, 721 Monroe St. 1
FOR RENT-Desirable light house-
keeping apartment, steam heat. Help
in home as payment of rent pre-
ferred. Inquire 917 Mary St. 1

ERE'S agoodbusi-
ness proposition! Invest
in a Remington Portable
and reap, dividends in the
form of bigger and better
rest at night.
Much faster than writing
by hand, this little Rem-
ington enables you tfin-
ish your long reports or
theses-not fall asleep try-
ing to finish them. Not
only that, but think how'

WANTED-Porter wanted
barber shop. United
533 E. Liberty.

for work in
Cigar Co.
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business-like

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Examine the Remington
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most dependable portable
with standard keyboard.
(Carrying case only 4
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Monthly payments.
The Recognized Leader -in Sales
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FOR RENT-Single and double rooms
on Huron, Church and Madison at
reduced rates due to unfulfilled con-
tracts. Call S. Johnson, 8117. 1-2-3

Remington
Portable

FOR RENT-Large single room. Rent
reasonable. 1111 W. Huron. Dial
4363. 1-2
FOR RENT-Two clean rooms. Dou-
ble or single. 537 Elm street. Dial
5291. 1
FOR RENT-Apartments and single
rooms, available now. Newly fur-
nished. Dial 8001. Heights Haven
Apts. Washington Heights. 1-2-3
FOR RENT-A suite on second floor
in a desirable location, 459 N. Divi-
sion. 1-2-3
FOR RENT-Modern suite, reasonable,
call from 2 to 4 or after 7:30. 506
E. Liberty. 1-2-3
FOR RENT-848 Brookwood Ave. One
single and one double. Nicely fur-
nished. Private home, University
approved. Five blocks from campus.
Phone 21952. 1-2-3
FOR RENT-Garage for rent 1320 S.
University. Dial 5929. 1-2-3

MAYER-SHAIRER
COMPANY
112 S. Main St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

A. C. STIMSON
310 S. State ,St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

E. HAROLD MUNN
203 S. Thayer St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

WANTED-Tenor soloist, tenors and
basses for chorus choir. Call Mrs.
Rhead, 9621. 1-2
WANTED--Students for short time
work. Call 212 West Madison. 12-3
WANTED-Man and wife, experienced,
employment at fraternity house.
Good reference, 2524 12th street, De-
troit, Mich. Phone Glendale 8658.
1 1-2-3
WANTED-Young men to do full or
part time restaurant work. Must be
polite, neat and fast. Apply 1108 S.
University. 1-2-3
WANTED-Full time secretary and
laboratory assistant in the Depart-
lent of Physiology. A knowledge
of shorthand not required. Apply
at room 4021 East Medical building.
1-2
WANTED-A college band to play at
Island Lake Hotel, Brighton Mich.
Call Roy Downing. 1-2-3
WANTED-Student bundles calld for
and delivered. Call between 7-11 a.
m. 1-4 p. m. Dial 4307. 1-2-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Sectional bookcase. Sev-
en shelves, glass doors, nearly new.
Value $38. Price $25. Alexander,
303 N. Division. 1-3
FOR SALE-Mahogany dresser and
four -poster bed, complete with coil
springs and mattress, $30. Mattress
for twin -beds, almost new $10 apiece.
1511 Wells St. Phone 3041. 1-2-3
LOST
LOST-Black billfold with name T.
Maxwell Collier. Valuable receipts.
Liberal reward 503 Monroe. 1-2
LOST-Small Parker pen, bearing ini-
tials J. A. G. Return to J. A. Gill-
man. Helen Newberry Residence. 1
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-During registration tehange
purse containing small amount.
Owner may claim by paying ad. Dial
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