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'Ct7T MRSDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1927

THE MTCIHuAN DAIL Y

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DALLAS ,DRAFT PACTi A ueAnd Manush
- I Sent To Browns

HONOR TEAM CHOSEN
IFROM ALL SELECTI ONS
(C ontinued froml Page Six)

COLLEGEME AND WOMEN
wvill find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than ever.

S .: ADV ERTI SINGAT3P,

IHHL&ILNSIHOUU8LL
1tife Between fajor, Minor Toag es
Seen When Junior Circuits
Protest To Landis
TRADE GOSSIP IS RIFE

(13y Associated Press) FIlti l TEAM
NEW rYORK, Dec. 13.-The Detroit .) '7crtan ?ih, at
LT-Spragu 'e. Army........;
Tigers, through Manager George i1T LG---Smith, None :Dame ..........u31
friarity, today announced First iBase- IC-Bettencourt, St. A-ary's..... .49,
I man Lu Blue and Outfielder Harry ' C----Webster, Yale...... .58.
IManush had been traded to the St. liT- Hihbs, Southern California ..6'361
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(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Dec. 13-Strife be-
tween minor and major leagues as,
the result of the Dallas draft pact
threatened to become intense today
as magnates of the junior circuits
took steps to put their cases before
Commissioner Landis.
Big league owners indicated they
would be antagonistic to the Dallas
drag]t resol'ution, whilch nullified
the modified draft agreement made
by the International league, Amer-
ican association, Pacific Coast and
Three-I and Western leagues.
'While no announcement was forth-
coming after the steering committees
conferred with Commissioner Landis, I
informal expressions were made by
National and American league officiais
that they had been too liberal with
the minors.
Want To Curb Majors
It was pointed out that big league
clubs paid fancy prices for star play-
ers developed in the minors under the
modified draft arangemeint. The full
draft would permit the majors to tape
their nick from all material, but the
modified draft allows the minors to
demandl big prices for their players.
Herman J. Weierman, president of
the pastern league, aind W. G. iBram-
hiam, president of the S'outh Atlantic,
Virginia and Piedmont leagues, ar-
ranged to meet Commissioner Landis
todlay.
Final disposition of the matter will'
probably come before the joint meet-
ing of the National and American
leagues tomorrow, provided Commis-
sioner Landis has not cleared up the
situation in the meantime.
hiold Routine Business
Routine business was before the
National league at its fifty-third an-
nual session today. The American
league, with President E. S. Barnard
in the -chair for the first time, ..ys-
sembles tomorrow.
Trade gossip was rife today, with
interest centering in which clu1b
would land George Sisler from the
Broyvns. Phil Ball of St. Louis is
ready to barter, while the Senators,
Tigers and Indians are angling for
the Browns' star. Detroit has Manush
and Blue to trade, according to re-
ports.
WASHINGTON.-Bill Amos, Wash-
ington and Jefferson athlete, has de-
nied the rumor that he had signed as
a catcher :for Montreal.

Rice, Pitcher Elam Van Gilder and a
third player to be named later.
Moriarty refused to say whether
George Sisler, famous third baseman

QB-Drury, Southern California . . .71
LH--Cagle, Army................)
RH--Welch, lPittsburgh ...........66I
FB11-Joesting, Minnesota ..........'3i6

of the Browns, would be the third SEC'OND TEAMI
player to be obtained by Detroit in the LE-Shiver, Georgia....
deal. Tphe Browns have made no secret LT-Raskowski, Ohio State
that Sisler is on the market in con- L G-Hanson, Minnesota.
nection with the club's general reor- C-Charlesworth, Yale ..
ganrization. RG-Baer, Michigan.......
Morarity declared no. cash was in- RT-Hake, Pennsylvania
volved. ,R~ t,-R.rn, Arm

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.75.
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D ealer,

28So. 'fha lr. (Call84.
7t, , 4,75

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QB-Spears, Vanderbilt..... .1
C..ub s Draw Record LII-Flanagan, Notre D~ame '5
. I RH-Marsters, Dartmouth ........2;3
Crowd During 1927 i FB-Presnell, Nebraska ...........2G

ICHICAGO, Dec. 13 - The Chicago
Cubs baseball team drew a high record1
home crowd of 1,190,000 during the1
1927 season, the secretary reportedl
at the club's annual meeting last night.
The mark eclipsed even that of thel
New York Yankees.l
The Cubs' official family was happy l
and prosperous as a result today. All
officers, including Manager Joe Mc-1
Carthy were re-elected and a large
melon from the season's proceeds was1
cut for the stockholders, though the
amount was not made public.
HARTLEY IS RELEASED
TO CLEVELAND INDIANS
(By Associated Press)
BOSTON, Dec. 1 3 -- The Bosto
American League club has released
Grover Hartley, catcher, to the Cleve-
land club of the American League on
waivers, Secretary James Price of the
Boston club announced last night.
The news came from President Quinn
of the Red Sox, now in Dallas, Texas,
attending the meeting of the National
Association of Professional Baseball
Leagues. Hartley came to t he Red
Sox a year ago by draft from the
Indanapolis club of the American As-
sociation.
SE1I-1I.FINALS TO BE HELD
IN FRATERNITY TANK MEET
Today marks the final swim and
polo match in the semi-finals of the
interfraternity dual swimming and
water polo tournament. The winner
of the contests will engage Beta Theta
Pi for the swimming title, and Sigma
Alpha Mu for the water polo cham-
pionship which will be run off tomor-
row afternoon in the Union pool.
~Defeating Delta Tau Delta, 24-17,j
yesterday, Theta Chi captured the
semi-finals in their league.

LE-Scott, Yale.... .............1<5
LT-Smith, Pennsylvania .........151
LG-McMullin, Nebraska ..........83
C-Reitsch. Illinois.........2
RG-Wright, Washington.........10
RT-Kern, Pittsburgh ............20
RE--Mathews, Texas AChristian ...1
QB3-Connor, New York U. .... ...17
LHI-MvcCrary, Georgia Tech......131
RH-Caldwell, Yale..............13
FB-Miles, Princeton......... ...20

A Full Line of
Whitehouse & H-ardy Models
On Display At
GUY WOOLFOLK.
336 Southi State Street
Exclusive ists and Patterns Dcsigncd and Soald lily y
WH IT E HOU S&HAR YNC
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TPlE ev.len i l-A s" wlIateroug1e. Rougo'
fIroili the 5"110 l)ox W iIIIijiake a dii-j
shueonuu-o tceu cm
olio. iTue ca l ily to! i te -fcrIi
det ernllite [he Sbauio il will Imake.
leaum y 1 'arlor Ala:c k t& Co. 7<
(AIX 2 71 TI i 0 plaeJ sona toluchl. Namtes
engrav ed on looia am pens inI gol]d
leo f and embos ;>(d on leathler goods.
Ri der's lPest Sho p. 72, 73, 74, 75
NOTICE--Will person ( xchanginlg
coat at the ,IAla 1):-1 a'C" I louse
ret urn it andl *(. jyeowim. 72, 73
NOTICE-We deliver 'between the
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p mu. Prompt
Delivery. Barbecue litn. Phone 4481.
20 100
1OR RUNT
FOR RENT-Thlree-rooni, partly fur-
nislied, firsit foorI, St eamn heated*
apartmit . Careo of furnace con-
sidere-d. (Call 'U5 Nortl1 o' tate. 72, 73

WANTEI -Experienced cook, white,
desires position with fraternity.
Twelve years caterinig for large
numbers. Phone 5o'73. 71, 7,.73'
LOST
LOST-Purse, on the Washtenaw Bus
or on North Stato St. A (lark, blue
purse, containing money, fount iin
pen~ and one key. Reward. Call1 41:58.
72,7.3
REWARD) for return of Police Puppy.
Black body, brown headt and ears;
age 5 months. Reply A. T. Sp~ene,
Law Club, Dial 4147. 72, 73,- 74
LOST-Tau Beta Pi key, Engraved,
Hinckley, '26. Finder call 6539. Re-
ward. 73, 74
at the Union or Cathoblic Chapel. Re-
at the Union Catholic Chapel. Re-
ward. Phone 9368. 73
LOST-Large, round silver pin with
Sswastika design. 'Name Ida on hack.
Phone 7464. Reward. 73, 74
LOST-A green And black desk pen,
from set., on Tuesday. Reward. Call
f9826. 73

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ACf"COUNT
C ISS VACATION
For the accommodation of University of Michigan students, returning. home Friday,
December 16th, account Christmas vacation, the Ann Arbor Railroad will provide the.
following service from Ann Arbor to Toledo, protecting all Toledo connections :

Lv. Ann Arbor.........10;30 A. IN. (C. T.)
Ar. T[o~etla .............I1:10) P. M11. (E. 1.)

Ly. Ann Arbor .......... 4:05 P. IN. (C.1'.1)
Ar. Troledo............... 6:3{} ^1. Al. (11.'.)

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F Ol 1Z.MIN'r Nic ely furnished rooms.
Students or bu siness people. Quiet
house. Stmeaal~t . D ial 854-1. .422,
H.. Washing;ton. 72, 73, 74, 75
110iIt I INTi' Largo' front, romil, :inlgle
$,oi- hoilblt' 4$,.,No UilPi, roomers.
624 S. I iv isimii. I hoe811A 9.
SIII 1T2of foul, o~fic 'ioom ,, secont~i
floor of Wati iei - Ilon k state St.
Lighlt. oil three s ides. Available
Janluary 2S1 b 71, 72', 73, 74, 75
FOR SALE
TYP.EWRiTES-If you are at all
interested in' a p~ortalble typewriter,
phone us for a (demonstration of
The Rloyal P'ortaible. No obligation.
P~hono 8950, ltider's Penl Shop.
72, 73, 74, 75
F tlt SALF---Essex Coach;, perfect
condition, $75. Overland Sedan, like
new; cheap l. 19125_ Chevrolet Road-
ster, $75 cashl. Phone 6914. 72, 73
SWEET CIDER, gralpe juice, apples,
potatoes, carrots, a 11( cabbage. Call
F U. E. Wagner. 9534 or 22413.
68, (;9, 70, 71, 72, 7 3

FOjTND-Reaul iful and useful gifts at
Rider's Pen Shop. Desk sets, Rider's
Masterpens, Manicure (Eversmart)
Sets. Compacts for girls. Dainty
Christmas Wrappings Free.
72, 73, 74, 75
NOTICE-Varsity Inn is noted for
(xe-lint Chinese and Americani
food. Lunch, arc, 11-2 p. mu. Dinner,
50C, 5-8 p. 111. rl21 2. Williams.
- Tuies., Thurs., Sat.

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NORTHBOUND TRHAIl S ER VICE
Northbound Prains Nos. 51 and 53, leave Ann Arbor 8:05 A. M. (C. T.) anti 3:52 P. M. (C.,'P.)
respectively, connecting with Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and Pere Marquette for all' principal
destinations in Lowter and Upper Peninsular of M ichigan.
ALL TRAINS WILL BE PROVIDED WITHI ADDITIONAL FIRST-CLASS COACHES.
WIOULI) succ(EsT PURCHASE TICKETS AM)D('HECKi BA%7AtAGE IN ADVANCE SO AS TO AVOID
DELAY AND) CONTUSION AT TIRAINi TIME.
'The Ann Arbor Railroad Company
H. A. Mills, Commercial Agent.

WVA NTED)
WANTED- A cook and a porter,
(colored), for Fraternity house.
Only those wi,$i experience and;
references need apply. Apply Wed-
]nesday at 3:30 with references. 1331
Washtenaw. 73
WANTED-Saxophone alto or tenor,
cash. Must be reasonable. Call 6110
Evenings. 803 S .State. 72, 73, 74

Be Prepared!r
H AvE a Sawyer's Frog Brand
Slicker on hand and the rain
won't bother you.
ISawyer's genuine Oiled Slick-
ers ark guaranteed waterproof.
Get your slicker before the dealer's
stock 'runs low
E. Cainbrid e, Massachusetts.

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attractive
but not
expensive
Iiozens of attractive use able gifts
for men for five dollars and less.
Leather covered cigarette lightes-
bill folds- cigarette cases-key
cases -- brush sets -- belt and buckl e
sets - suspender and garter sets -
imported hose - neckties - sweaters
-- slippers
We are' g 1. ;_74:oasSist house committees
ins making special gift selections.
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