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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NEW YORK CAPTURES
SECOND SEIES CAN
(Continued from P'ag e Six)
'ilug to stave of f another Yankee rally.
With I luga n ad Pipgras on the paths
anld two down, L. Waner raced near,
the fhag pole in deep center field to
rob Combhs' the Yankee center fiel'der,I
of a dr.iive, that was ticketed for a cout-
plc of extra bases.
In the eighth inning the 'Yankees
again resumed their bombardment
and scored three runs before Cven-
gr'os, who was sent to Aldridge's res-
cue, retired the side. Meusel singled
to open the inning, advancing to third
onl Lazzeri's sinwle to right field.
A w ild pitch by Aldridge allowed
Meu sel to score and Lazzeri to take
second bease. Dugan bunted to force
the Yank second baseman at third.
Bengough and PIipgras were walked to
fill the bases. Manager Donle Bush
then rushed Cvengros into the fray.
Thie new Pirate hurler hit Combs to
force Dugan home with the second
run of the inning. Bengough, scored
the last tally of the frame and the
game on Koenig's third hit of the
game, a single to riglht field.
L. Waner secured his team's second
run of the game, after getting a base
oan halls, scoring on a'.hIt by Barnhart
and a sacrifice fly by his brother Paul.

M 1 flI Y.J DETROIT, Oct. 5.-Workmen are a-
AT THES RN FA/41T boring night and dtay here to complete
N~T TOURNAM I te new Olympia athletic arena, the
TO START TODAY h lome of the Detroit Hockey club, and

the location for seve ral largec indoor
events; to 1be held 1 is ;winter. The
formal Iopen ing of the arena is
scheduled for Oct rber 1z5, w~ith th le De-

troit Stamplede and Rodeo, undelr the
auspices of the hlockey c lubl.
The 1928 Rtepubolician Natioinal(con-
ve'ntion Ihas been inviite!(d 1 usethetb

arena as its convention hall in Do-
troit, and efforts have been madIe to g LAS
secure the convention here for mneet- Advex

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First round matches in the fall'
freshmai<n elimination tennis t ourna-I
metwill start today, all players en-
tered in the tournment being asked l
to report ait the Fe rry field courts as
early as possile this afternooo. The
draw will beclhostedl at the courts.
All rounls lup to t he semi-tinl::
must bc played before next Thaursda<y
as the four semi-finalists and eitherc,
two or four- picked player's will mnzeti
the Varsity in a team match a we
from tomorrow.
E. Hammer, Harrison Nelson,
Georg;e Dusenherry and Caldwell.
Sv.wanson have mhown uap the best in
freshman, matches so far. The pair-;
ings in the second roundi of the tour-
nament will be announced in Su ay's;
Daily.
All netmen who, while not fresh-
!men, are in their first year on canmus
andl therefore not eligible for the Vr
sity, are asked to rep~ort to the courts.
A team of thieseo men will he picked.
which will pflay the Varsit y andl the
freshman teams later in the season.,
A team will also b~e madle up of last
year's freshman numeral winners and
the first year on campus men who are
ineligible for the Varsity and the
freshmnan tournament, which will meet
the Varsity and" freshman teams.

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NEW YORK YANKEES.

HO E AGE, Detroit, Mich.
107 (',ltetSt. Around the corner
fro, n(Maid l Tea %r. Powutowit
bhoi' iping dsthi.th Qiet place for
ri.. nd '.ll U slde rooms;.
10t0: s'ing4 lc, 1o0a;,dl$Q; double,
NtI( ' K-Emma Fischer ('roenv, tea'ch-
c l"of pino nt lll ,;h-"orga, forĀ°mer-
ly oni the faculty o oof Music :;w.
Mteam hetdl'Phne 9801. 15
lti ,(Gi' 1T iktvcn Apartment, near
new hosupit'al. Attra;tive one or Jtwo
royounm us--kccr~ ;apts. Rent part
services. Dial toml.
_____ - 12,11, 15,10 , 17
F1;oR1,1RENT- ..Lght, p n sauL room for
m neni. 'ingle $4i-.00E, l(10111)10 $6t.00. Uso
of Dormitory, Caill ~'l
14-15-1(i
FOR RN-eiabesiein gr'
league h1ouse One block fronm cain-
Ipup. Ileasonahlle. 725 1HavenL 15-1

Greatest ocotbaflAttraction of the Year
Sunay ct.Uu- o()1Udis

2.30 P. MW.

-Livernois and Six ile Road

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COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
will 'find the' Packard Restaurant
bigger and better' than ever.

SUITEO--Rooms for. two 'Ind(
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-For i t D(,siraile sitone
110,1 'Oljl'mus, t:'aSonbli.
Lrane wose. 72 Haven.

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Phone 7034.16,10

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TIHE smart style and
fine qualityof a Stetson
are merely reflections
of long experience and
superb workmanship,
'matched by no other
fine hat maker in the
world.

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Wild's
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favorites
this season

lOOD , 1JPftlr;lT PIAiNO for sale or
trade, for car. Call at 20 Vir-
ginia. 15, 16, 17
FOR SATAE],-4-tut - Crosley radio, $15.
Call 855 2.
FOR SALE-Brindle bull puppies.
Reasonable. Price $15.00 each. 332
Mill street. 14-15-16
FOR SALE--Remington portable type-
writer. In perfect condition. $50
cash. Dial 21564 or call at 1502
Geddes avenue. 15-16-17
W, INTr
LA.UN DRY--Satisfaction ;guaranteed.
Dial 7485. 15;' 16, 17
FIRST CLASS manl cook with refer-
ences, desires position in fr,,;ternity,
restaurant or hotel.- Phone 3919. H.
C. MAuuro. 113 N. Fifth Ave.
12, 13, 14, 15, 16
WANTED-Part t im e automobile
salesman. Meu wiihn experience in
selling preferred. Prospects furn-
ished. Salvyy and, Commission.
Hudson Salsa and Service 310 E.
Washington.
WANTED-Four ~students for part
time work. Sqluide 120 N. Ingalls
after 3 Friday. Ask- for Gray.
15-16
LUST
LOST-Ring containing! light blue-
green stone, on Monroe, between
Tappan and Packard. Reward. Dial
6723. 15, 16, 17
LOST-Pair of lark shell rimmed
glasses, in gray andl black leather
case. Phone 21156. Reward. 15
LOST-Rider'sF 7ountain pen with
name "A. 13 anm.gartner" negraved
on barrel. Please nctify 441 S. 4th
Ave., or phone 9168. Reward.' 15
HISCE 'LI A N13 US
WILL-Person'who ! norrowed Con~klin
pen in Room 25 Angell Hall Friday
please return It to r-21 East Jeffer-
son or call 3141.

Eight Dollars
and up

cf~led 'orounu pI'en

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A sturdy shoe of
Imported Scotch
grain with water-
proof sole. Black
or tan.

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There is a decided inclination toward
hats that are a bit smaller in the brim.
Dobbs & Co, New York's leading
haitters, are introducing therm to their
smart clientele, and Fifth Avenue has
followed the Dobbs lead. We have-
them, exclusively.

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The Black is in pcrfect harmony with,
thsis seasons dark oxford grey clothes.

WEEK-ENV D EXCIHSIO-N
FARES-FIERY WEEK
AN ARBOR to DETROIT and
retur'n, $1.35, via Electric Lines.
Tickets sold' Fridlay, Saturday

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