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October 04, 1927 - Image 7

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C O AT W rn mr on v W i <1ad Coach Tad e2iT 1C


I U U I111i 1 H I If LUR LJ 1 I i'; s tiar t;, 801) 8'owii, took care
* ________ t 1 e Wlvevia s, poaches (Curt -
iAew York Yankefes Possess Slumggers w1i'tLeiphza, 1Blot t, and Voenher1
t And lUtugl Team Boasts vce;out ig the tamns which? Michi-
Of Best Hturlers ga ill play onil hle next four Satur-
'(jay ' l ferliotlns.3
PLYAT PITfSBURti Cah t'ouir wright jorn'eyed to
Las~gto( watch Michigan State
l' a'eci -td IPress~) blaji ( )hio ran'iver-i ty, 27-P. lHe re-
their force li-re today for the start oI bwii in the line and backfield, and
of 1the world eris, ednesday, the pacd icts gand gamefor this week
Yankees ,and Piirates, most (:010)'! a!in I he new vstadiuam.
teams in 1baseb}all, Nseem ikeDW,,yto IP' c } itt aan:;aga in have Pauel
have a nip afnti tuck battle for base>- Smi, trip>e threat halfback, playing
b~all's premier prize with the out come aat a' al in ti eir lineul). He handles
in doubt if their work in the last the p:aigandl punting for the State
month are acceptedl as a basis of 'teaml, b ill a reliable drop kicker as
comparison. well1. IJle is also <i slippery runlner'.
TheJ last three tussles for the world's ,ILa %-t yea:t r, he was the whole State
champlion all have gonee Ii lit of ; ea-aa afn~ the WVolverines.
games and it. wouldn't surprise many icni performned under Coach
of the experts if this series also do- id~' eagle eye, an,] Kiipke reports
veloped a last-ditch fight. Attendanee ti { thi adgers are taking well to
and financial records established on a,; ;'i; -1]( 1hwait's system, being stronger
new high level year when 328,051 fan;; now ill n at thlis time last season.
paid $1,207,864 to see the Cardinals' N: cSat rdaty the Badg1ers should re-
beat the Yankees, probably will be cu~ real 1 e;t, being pitted against
shattered once more, with greater I+raehliiu (appon's Kansas university'
scting ,c apacities available, eleven.
Sizing una the rivals from this la-,t; Coach Jack M~ott watched Ohio
month point of view, it looms ais a' Statt a give W it Ienburg a thorough
battle b~etween tIhe Yankees' art il- trouncing and d splay all its -expected
lery and the Pir'ates sharp shooters.t power while Coachl Veeniker saw Coach
ra Emphasizing the tremendlous club)- j111 uplie's Illini heat Bradley.1
Bing p)ower of the Amaericani leagtle Veenher sai(d the Indians looked quite
champions, their closing records dis- good, ha ving a strong line.
closes a big hitting edge in their !---, -----
favor especially on long (istance Yankee;, one the other hand, possessed
clouts, while it the same time reveal- no pit cher traveling at Kremer's;apace
ing the Buccaneer hurling staff as overi the last mnorth of campaigning.I
steadier and more effective from their Tihe star of the final Corsair cruise,
rival moundsmen. Kremer, hung up seven consecutive
-- The secret of Yankee success lay victories frorp Sept. 2 to Sept. 25.
chiefly in their bats, where Ruth~and Kremier is slated for the opening
his mates compiled an average of .324, gamie assignment Wednesday and the
higher than the team's whole season ! ucS larc,-banking heavily on their ace.
.mark. The Pirates, showing a batting( Waite Hoyt, expected to oppose Krem-
Amark of .298, pulled through chiefly; er i the first battle, topped the Yan-i
t' on the pitching prowess of four right kee hurlers for the season, b)ut so far{
handiers--Ray Kremer, Vic Aldridge, as the last month reveals hre has not
Carmen lill and John Miljus. E been quite as efective as George Pipi-
The Pirates bcoast no gunners of the grass, WIilfy Mopore, Urban Shocker or
x; caliber of Ruth or Gehrig but the I-lerb7 Pennock.



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A blucher oxford of tan boarded calf,
blckl ,Scotch grain and dark bron grail;
especially adapted to street wear because
of its very heavy sale.




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have in gray, blue, brown and


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can show you any fabric'

color, or p at te rn that you
may desire.
Perhaps you would like to replenish your stock

HOTELSAGE etrit, Mch. OR ~LEL. . Siilh yerie
153 CntelS. lroudte onr 834 eretntio,1-31
frmCapitol Thae. onowLUMN________________
refnedPeo. AoudVe oms.N-AT 3 P
Single, $1.50; double, $2. Private WANTED-To buy used car. Must
-~bath: S'ingle, $1.50 and $2; double, be in good condition. Write T. Hlensj
$2.50. 896 Brook St., City, 12, 13-
NOTICE-$10 reward for the return TO TUTOR-English, French lan-
of a small stone martin fur neck guage for foreign students. 12
piece lost Friday or Saturday; $5
for information leading to location FIRST CLASS man cook with refer-
of same. B. B. Berber, 625 E; Lib-- ences. desires position in fraternity,
arty, Apt. 7. Phone 8407. 12 restaurant or hotel. AWhone 3919. H.
FOR RENT C. Munro, 113 N. Fifth Ave.
ROOMING HOUSE near the Campus.; 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
Income now $85 per month and
more rooms to be rented. Student WANTED-Part ti~m e automobile
furniture remains in the house. , salesman. Men with experience in
Rent $125 per month. Call Mrs. selling preferred. Prospects furn-
Moules. Phone 5373 or H. J. Hagen, ished. Salary and Commission.
Phones 5935 or 4661, General Real HusnSlsad erie30E
Es tate. 12 HusnSlsadSrie10E

of .neckwear. ,

The newer shades are bright--

intended to liven up the darker colored- sumts

which are worn this fall.
'are the best obtainable.

The materials used
We invite your inspec-

HEIGHTS Haven Apartment, near
new hospital. Attractive one or two WASHING WANTED-We- give you
room hous-i1$eeping apts. Rent part the best of service on your faun-11srie. D a 01 r .Cl 06 21
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 5;617 WASHING WANTED-Your washing
TO RNT-wo oubl roms,533 and ironing will be done, in the most
T RTT wopsnstetdoe 2rooms, 53 satisfactory way by calling 8170.
12, 13, 14 _____-13_____________

tion, confident that will find what you want.
The Means Shop
G lreenwo-odad ig
I Tt-tici-riic


FOR RENT-Piano, to music student.
Private. family. Phone 22250, after
5 p. m. 12, 13,14
FOR RENT-Ann St. East, 520, desir-
able suite of rooms furnished for light'
housekeeping; garage if desired.
} 12, 13, 14
FOR RENT--Desirable room one block
off campus; reasonable. 725 Haven.
12, 13, 14
F161R SALE-Saxophone, Buescher, B-
flat, soprano, low pitched, curved.
Excellent and reasonable. B22 Law
Club. 12

WANTED-Dance musicians and or-
ganized orchestras. Call Craft Type
Shop, 711 N. University at 1 p. m.
daily. Phone 8805. 12-13-14
LOST-One cut steel buckle. Please
'return to l~'edical Department in
Ulniversity Library.
WILL-Person who borrowed Conklin
pen in Room. 25 Angell H-all Friday
please return it to 521 East Jeffer-
son or call 3141.

FOR SALE-4-tube Crosley radio, $15. WOyRbroe re lce

WHOEVER borrowed green slicker
frnm cvum after rnmmrincr Prlitivnl



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