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tAVENER HITS HOME RUN
For -h s bon 1time in two days
the Chicago White Sox defeated the
St. Louis Browns 4-2 yesterday in
an American league game at Chicago
which marked tne second victory of
the season for the Sox and the second
]pjemish of the year on the otherwise
unmarred ,record of ;the St. Louis
team. Only three games were played.
Apparently unable to shake off the
jinx, the Detroit Tigers lo'st again to
Cleveland with a final score of 6-4.
Tavener poled a home run for the'
Tigers in the second inning.
Chalking up their second win of the
series, the Chicago Cubs dropped the
St. Louis Nationals by a 3-2 victory
in, repetition f Monday's success.
Jones, CuT southpaw, yielded only five
hits in 10 innings.
Washington did not play the Phila-
delphia Athletics, the game being
(aled off on account of rain. Weath-
er conditions also prevented the:New
York Americans from meeting Bos-
ton, the New Yerk National's from1
meeting Philadelphia, the Pittsburgh
Nationals from meeting Cincinnati,
and the Boston Nationals from meet-
Will Begin Today
YEARLINC B LL SOUADnI
Prospective members of the Varsity
and reserve golf squads will begin
play to qualify for memberships at
the Barton Hills and Ann Arbor golf
clubs this afternoon over the Ann
Arbor course. The ualifying play
will continue tomorrow and Friday.
In additicn to the 15 memberships
in the Ann Arbor golf club that have
been open to the players making the
best showing in the qualifying rounds
in previous years, a total of eight free
membership's in the Barton Hill club
are being offered by the Athletic as-
sociation this season.
Five members of the 1927 Varsity
team, °Capt. Addison Cennor, John
Bergelin, Ralph Cole, and Al Vyse
have automatically qualified to play
Ion the Barton Hills course. The oth-
er four memberships will be given to
the four highest players in the quali-
fying round's. The next 15 men on
the list will be privileged to buy
memberships at the Ann Arbor golf
course for the season.
Pairings for the qualifying rounds
must be arranged at the first tee,
where Professor Trueblood, Varsity
golf coach, will be present to make
them. The competitors will play a
total of 36 holes during the threa days
of play. Winter rules will be observed
on the fairways, but not in the rough,-
the regular greens will be open for
the qualifying rounds' today s
The B .squad will be compos'2d of
members who qualify for member-
ships at the Ann Arbor course. Fresh-
men are eligible for B team matches
and it is expected that a number of
them will participate in the qualify-
ing rounds. Four engagement's are al-
ready arranged for the B .team.
FOREST CITY. - Twelve Illinois
high schools have entered the sixth
annual Central track meet.
for all makes of
Rapid turnover, fresh stork inuiret
best quality at a moderate price.
0. D. MILL
17 Nickels Arcade. hlione 6614.
,iflLLJ INUU UH UILL
V arsity baseball games this week
are forcing the freshmen players to
confine their activities within the Yost
field house. If the weather remains
St. Louis......200 000 000-2
Chicago.......211 000 00x-4
Pitchers--Stewart for St. L
Lyens f-r Chicago.
Cleveland.......101 010 201-6
Detroil.........020 101 000-4
Pitchers -4udi. for Cleve
(Ibson for Detroit.
flome Runs--Tavener, Detroit.
4 9 1
Chicago ....010 010 000 1--3 10 1
St. Louis ..002 000 000 0-2 5 0
Pinrchers--Jpnes for Chicago; Alex-
ander for St. Louis.}
TRYOUTS FOR FOOTBALL 1
MANAGER REPORT TODAY
All eligible second semesterj
freshmen and sophomores who
wish to try out for footballj
fnlanager report at the Field
ihouse at 2:15 o'clock today.
Dan Norton, Manager I
TOIONTO.-Cliff Pricker, C(nada's
marathon lopz''in the Olympic games
ha, sailed for Holland to begin train-
APPLETON. - - Seven track meet,
have beeni scheduled ior the La wrence
team this season.
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Woodward, at Eliot
B 4) N S T E LI E
I(IITS, 75e, $I.*0. Mats. Tues.,
Thurs. and Sat., 50c., 75
Iwo Weeks, Beginning
Monday, A pril 16
A Comedy of Youth, Romance
Beg. Sunday, April .14
Return by Popiiar hemand
Abie's Irish Rose
At These Astoishimg Irices
Nig. s 5Nc to $1.50
Wed. tnd&-At. Matinees 50 to $1
Youth on alark..
Datcing, swiming, playing-
Go over with the Younger
Generation in the rollicking
Tourist Third...and have more
money to spend abroad .. .
in Cunard Comfort
Go the economical way with
adventurers of your own
age-people who are deter-
mined that they will see,
and getallthe advantages of
having seen, ]Europe but who
want to save their money to
spend while travelig there
and who enjoy a trip on the
ocean for its own sake.
Do you realize how, very
inexpensively this can be
done on big Cunard ships
such as the CARONIA, CAR-
MANIA, SCYTHIA, LACONIA,
You are berthed in a com-
fortable, clean cabin, you
have good food, icely
served, with ample deck
space and you enjoy the
company of your own kind
of people ... because they
are others like you who feel
the adventurous call of trav-
eling Tourist Third Cabin.
You will dance on moonlit
decks to the rhythm of a
college orchestra no feet
have yet resisted. You will
swimn salt water in an im-
provised deck tank. You'll
play the delightful. deck
9)1-1R11 that youth-on-a-lark
devises. And there'll be
bridge, - - and conversation;
--and sometimes lost
sleep! But of course you
have your choice between
missing sleep and fun.
favorable throughout the week, the
yearling squad will work outdoors on
the' days there are no Big Ten games.
The first group of freshmen to an-
swer the general call for infielders c
and outfielders appeared in the field
house yesterday for a ligh. workout.
Most of the practice session was de- h
voted to limbering-up of arms and ab
short batting practice. f r
About ten new men were added to I
the squad yesterday, While the play-n
ers look fairly good, there is little that N
can be determined as to their real 1
ability until they are given an oppor- g
tunity to display their wares on the
There are about 20 men trying for h
berths on the ptching 'staff of the 1
freshman team. Among this number f
are two or three who show unusuald
promise. The squadl now has 14 t
catchers competing for positions. i
Cronwall and Presbrey are the two
hurlers who seem to have a light
edge on the other candidates. Cron-Y
wall is a 'southpaw who has speed and
accuracy in putting the ball over the9
rubber. What these men will be able
to (0 under fire will be (eterminedc
within a few days. t
MADISON.-Dr. 'Clarence Spears.
veteran Gopher grid coach, was the
main speaker at the Wisconsin basket-
hall banquet held recently.
MILWAUKEE.-Marquette will be
represented in .the Darake Relays by
a team of ten men.
Ma. Riled by
Rutherford, N. J.
March 9, 1927
Larus & Bro. Co.
I sure get some riled when I see
where some fellow is crowing over the
fact that being older, and having run
into Edgeworth sooner than his less
fortunate compatriots, he challenges
the world as the champion long-time
member of the Edgeworth Club.
He doesn't deserve any medals. He
got his reward in the enjoyment of his
smokingfor the added number of years.
He was just lucky in starting sooner,
1-However, if you care to delve into
ancient history, look up when they
first started to pull down the old Grand
Central Station in New York,* then
add at least six months to that,. and
you will arrive at the approximate
time when I first joined the club.
I have smoked at least one pipeful
of every other tobacco I have seen
advertised, sometimes through neces-
sity, but most of the time to prove to
myself that I have been right in stick-
ing to the old blue tin.
H. M. Wittridge -
Extra High Grade
FOR HOMECOMING THIS
Urbana, April 17.-Wh n the callES
io the gridiron turns the feet of Illi- A . 3 PM
nois fans toward the stadium niext
fall, two teams, strangers to Illini1
home schedules for years, will ap- NTC WTsIcC1.
pear before them. Ir NOTICE-We buy men's clothing.
One is Northwestern; which has Phone 4310. 115 W. Washington
been assigned the homecoming date, St. Wed-Fri-Sun-c'
October 27, and the other, Indiana, H. W. CLARK'S GOLF SHOES are a
which serves as oppositio, on Dad's blessing to golfers who are afflict-
day, October 20. Ohio state, time- ed with tired, aching feet. They
honored rival of the Illini, as usual rest your feet while playing. Cost.
loses the season, November 24. no more than ordinary golf shoes.
Memories of the hard-fought Illi- Golf shoes for men and women.
nois-Northwestern. game at Evanston Corner of Forest and South IU.
ast season when the Illini came from Only one 'store-cannot be boughtt
behind to claim victory by the nar_ elsewhere. Handmade. Yes, we
row margin of one point in what was do repairs c
perhaps their hardest gamne, will sti- \ REMARKABLE SALE OF TWO-
mulate interest in the invasion by the ITRlSER SUITS AT $24.50.
Wildcats. It is their first appearance VALUES UP TO $45.00
here since 1922 when they lost a close Thii: le is another demonstration
game. ) this store's supremacy in extreme
Indiana, winning its way to grid- value-giving--and it will be welcomedI
ron prominmence under the guiding as an extraordinary buying opportu-
hand of Pat Page, will appear against ty among rienal Mien
Illinois for the first time since 1914. o kegian suits in. the large assort-
The Page rivalry extends back to the 'ent ar dsigned and styled in the
lays when he starred on Chicago iewest and most authentic models
eams. Pat was the Chicago pitcher rom an aftractive variety of all-wool
in the historic 1 inning ball game in 'abrics. They are (listinguished by
910, which Illinois won. xpert tailoring and careful finish-
Illinois' traditional rivals are not 'ng. Early selection is advised.
orgotten on the 1928 schedule. Michi- TlE FAIR
gan will have the advantage of the 200 N. Main St.
Ann Arbor field November 3 and Chi- 'iT'ypewritfr Ribbons and Carbon,
cago will likewise draw the Zuppke I['e lest you can buy. Always fresh
eam away from home, November 17. Rider's Pen Shop C
All maRs. No better skill found
where. Prompt service.
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iider's Pen Shop
Authorized Dealers in Royals
TYPEWRITERS-Sales and Service.
All makes, large and portable,
bought, sold, rented, repaired. Our
machines and work guaranteed. In
biisiness since 1908. O. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade. C
Fountain Pen Repairing
Our skilled 1.enmakers Service costs
you no more. The only logical place
to have your pen repaired.
Rider's Pen Shop C
TIISING AT 3 ?,4,v
any- FRATERNITY and rooming
O. T. Albro, 1(}6East
LIGHT housekeepitng .large
room with kitchenette or "'e-
room for two. Dal 7485.
FOR RENT-1 single room for
No other roomers in house; e:
tional location. Inquire 810 Ch
Mrs. Emma Buntin-g. 14
TYPING-Theses a. specialty. Rea-
sonable rates. M. V. Hartsuf.
Dial 9387. C--77-1801
Typewriters For Rent?
Good machines, your favorite make.
Rider's Pen Shop
Phone 8950 C
Portable Typewriters-New or Used
IT WILL pay yo t to come to Royal
headquarters and see the New
Royal portable before you buy. This
"Baby" Royal is already outselling
all other makes of portable. "Some
JANITOR or porter work in priva
h-me or fraternity house. Call B
Robinson. Dial 6759. 146-7
WANTED-Students to know that o
home laundry methods give yo
clothes personal attention. 1M
Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916.
WANTED--Small farm near A
Arbor as part payment on my 11
acre farm near South Bend. Go
stock possibilities, as land is ck
loam and running water the ye
around. Improved roads, ne
'schools and churches, electric lin
exceptionally nice house. My s
expects to locate in Ann Art+
reasonsfor trade. Owner, Mr.Le
man. Box 514, South Bend, Ind.
LOST-Kappa Kappa Gamma p:
golden key with fifteen pear
Return I. Briggs, 7117. Rewar
CAS S T H EA TRE
2nd Week, Beg. Sun., April 15
Nights. $1.00 to $3.00
lMats.-Wed. $1.0 to $2.tfl
Sat. $.00 to $2.50
Alex. A. Aaron and
WhinIts "Great" Weather
Y "11ouT'keto the, Open!
Beg. Sundaly Night
THlE FAMOUIS MAGICIAN
Nights, Sun. and Sat. 31Ai 25C
to $ t54. Popular Mat. Thurs.
25c to $1.60. Plus tax.
We shall be glad to show you our Sport
Clothing and Furnishings for Spring
Sill time to enter for that Blusi-1
1c',s Training you need. Let us
prepare you for a good position.
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