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April 20, 1928 - Image 7

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THE IMtH1AN DAILY

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-,FOURTEEN CIRCUIT RUNS LEAD 1
TO HEAVY SCORING IN MAJORS;
DETROIT WINSFROM ST. LOUIS
ea __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _
-Unusually heavy hitting and fre- .Holloway for Detroit; Gray, Nevers,
quent home runs made it necessary( Beck for St. Louis.
jo use a liberal inmber of pitchers in
' the Big League baseball games yes- Home Runs--Williams, Boston;
terday. Ten home runs in the Na- Ruth, New York; Sturdty, St. Louir;
tiTonal Leagute and four in the Am- Easterling, Detroit.
erican League, brought the total nuzm- ;
ber of circuit drives to fourteen. 'Nationial Teague
Pennock for the Yankees and Wilt- Boston 010 114 010 1--9 16 1
se for Boston were the only pitchers New York 0005 003 000 0-8 9 2
~~to stay. on the mound for the full nine Pitchers: Genewich, Brandt for
innings. Pennock held the Red Sox Boston; Ciantwell, Faulkner for New
to two runs while his teamin mates an- York.
n exedl 7 counters.
The Boston Braves and the Giants Cincinnati 000 000 000--0 2 1'
~were forced to play ten innings be- Chicago 250 103 100-13 21 0
fore they were able to dlecide their Pitchers:' Lngiua, Jabonowski, ash
game in New York. One run in the for Cincinnati; B'lake for Chicago.
tenth gave the Braves a 9 to 8 vic-
tory. Detroit took a close game from St. Louis 001 055 200-13 17 1
St. Louis, 9 to 8. Pittsburgh 022 013 020-10 14 2
The Red Sox won the first game of Pitchers: Frankhouse, Tittledhon,
a. double header from New York in Sherdel for St.JLouis; Hill, Dawson,
.th~e morning;, 7 to 6. Brome, Spencer for Pittsburgh.
Anierican ~Leaguei
Chicago 000 000 200-2 8 2 Philadelphia 110 007 00x-9 12 1
rdCleveland 004 010 04x-9 15 2 Brooklyn 000 220 100-5 11 ,'I
Pitchers: Barnahe, Cox 'tor Chi- Pitchers: Ring, .Sweetland forj
cago; Hudlin for Cleveland. Philadelphia; Elliott, Ehrhardt, Moss
New 'York 032 020 xxx-7 11 1 for Brooklyn.q
Boston 010 100 xxx-2. 6 0'
Pitchers:]1ennocl( for New York; Homne runs:Leach, Harm'an, Bras-
Wiltse for Boston. sler, Philadelphia; J. Kelley, Wilson,
Detroit 300 410 100-9 7 2 2, Chicago; Grantham, Pittsburgh;l
S 4. Louis 012 220 100-8 6 4 Elliott, .1 rooklyn; Reese, New Yor7k;

A Personal Invitation

3s offered

to you

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by the Chubb

House to enjoy the varieties of its
meals, the excellent: serv ice and
pure food,
The Chuhb- House is note to be
one of the mnost sanitary eating
places in Ann Arbor,

m. j ( j OSTUMES for architects' ball, made,
LASt1 IE IE3ai ?'ed ~r pulin,351
ACVertiSing illsda'e Drive. Dial 3581.
148-49-50Q-5i
ITypewriter Ribbons and Car~ons
L.ET'$ 00 CANOEINGA C; The best you can buy. Always fresh,.
t________________ Rider's Pen Shop C
NtOTI C>E
H. W. CLARK'S GOLF' SHOES are a TYPEWI{RITER, SERVICE'
blessing to golfers who are afflict- All makes. No better skill found any-
edI with tired, aching feet. They where. Prompt service.
rest your feet while playing. Cost Rider's Pen Shop
rho more than ordinary golf shoes. Phone 8950 C,
Golf shoes for men and women,
Corner of Forest and South U. TYPING-.Theses a specialty. Rea-
Only one store-cannot be bought sonable rates. M. V. Hartsuli.
elsewhere. Handmade. Yes, we Dial 9387. C--77-180
d1o repairs c
NOIC-W by ensclothing. Typewriters For Rent
PnOIEW umen'1.11 .WshigtnGood machines, your favorite make.
PhnSt 10 . WashFi-Snto Rider's Pen Shop
s1 . We-r- u- Phone 8950 C
AREMARKABLE SALE OF TWO-
TROUSER SUITS AT $24.50. Portable Typewriters-Yewv or Used
VALUES UP TO $45.00 IT WILL pay yo t to come to, Royal
This sale is another demonstration headquarter's and see the Now
of this store's supremacy in extreme( Royal portable before you buy. This

FOR RENT--1 single room for
No '^ther roomers in house; e:
tional location. Iquire 810 Ch
Mrs. Emma Bunting. 19
OR St ALE
FOR SALE- !Wood for stove and
place. Also potatoes and vegel.
SPhone R. E. Wagner, 2-2413 or

FUR RENT-©
South State,
studio. Call

ble

FRATERNITY and room ing
0.' T. Albro, 106 East
Plione 5800.

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WANTEDJ
WANTED-A couple of men wit]
two, Inummers' experience selling
for summer, employment. $500 plu
501 per cent commission. Call Roon
.06, Michigan~ Union, Wednesda3
April 25, from 1-4. 47-5
JANITOR or porter work in' private
home or fraternity house. Call Bil
Robinson. Dial 6759. 146-7-.

Ioqrd by Day or by Wee k

CHUBB HOUSE
209 SOUTH STATE STREET

as, an ext raordlinary buying opportu-
nity among men andl college, men
whio know real clothes-value. The
collegian suits in- the large assort-
ment are designed iand styled in the
newest and most authentic models
from ail attractive variety ot+ all-wool
fabrics. Thiey are distinguished by
expert tailoring and careful finish-
ing. Early selection is advised.
THE; FAIR
200 N. Main St. c

L)aUY 4MJy ai is aireaay oIutseLLU j
all other makes of portable. "Some
Baby."
Rider's Pen ShopI
Authorised Dealers in Royals C~

WANTIRD-Students to know that o
holand ~rymethiods give yo
LaundtT, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916.

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TYPEWRITERS-Sales and Service.
C'All makes, large and portable,
bought, sold, rented, repaired'. Our~
machines and work guaranteed. In
business since 1908. Q. Dl. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade. C

~OST
WST---Will party who took two'"
blankets by mnistakte from Calki
'Fletcher, please return. Calki
Fletcher.
LOST-"Dutchess," black and wl
bird dog. J. R. Collins on na
plats. Call Rlobison, _.2-1417.
ward. 1

Subscribe For The Weekly.

HAVE you get your orchestra for Fountain Pen Repairing
fyour spring parties? If not, iry Our skilled Penmakers Service
Cooper's Colorerl Wolverine Stomp- (you no more. The only logical
ers. Dial 21118 and ask for Cooper.LI to have your pen repaired.
148-49-50 Rider's Pent Shop

costs
place

fltclle s: "Billings. smith. Gibson,

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This spring convervativeness in sportswear
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These camels' hair knickers in plain sha.de
of tan are in extremely good taste.

FLANNEL TROUSERS

8.00 to 12.00

FLANNEL SPORT J ACKETS,
LEATHER WIND; -BREAKS

KN CKRS

80,0 to 12.00

3 400'

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WtX1HIPCOR i~BREECHES

SLIPOVER SWEATERS

4.5:0

5.00

IMPORTED GOLF HOSE

3.00 to 8.00,
SPORT SHOES
1Q000& 12.00

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