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April 24, 1928 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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T ACE, HITCREIS SHUT-OUT

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VICTORY OVER WHITE SOX; PIRATES WIN

RECORDS BROKEN
AT OHIO RELAYS
(Continued from Page Six)
place in this event:.
For the second time this year
j 'ardley tiedl the veteran Prout in tie
pole vault, the Wolverines finishing
in a four way tie wthIfeiilron au
? White of Illinois for ti d lo t.a
112 fee. ttr lospof cM1i.; feta 1
the event with atea)2 c'fniI ii(
for a new record.
S Kinney 119'd the rnisfortiiue to fall

1hurdles atter placing scondl in his. tieing with Illinois for fourth aga.inst that hie intenids to take a squad o-f
,qualifyiffg, heat.Crso also upset a "strong field, while the(' two mile olit- nine m en to1 thec anniual Drake Relav I
the (lope byr placing third in the (1di- fit pllacedl third by (le:feaing sthe Chi1-- this we en.at Dl~eoines. InIa
enis iaheaid of 'Tiill C? S lll of Al ichi1, n cage ntry. dition to a11 m le e l team t he squad S a e t ll I "( , (11 l r e l a n u ce i ' y w ll D i d i;( s e i l e e t M n
The N olverine relay teams mad
medliocre shiowings_, ? le mlenu],, ne

You1ng Ti,(er_
Fife hiltS

Purler Allow, Chicago1
To Aelde~e 3 to 09
VictoryI

s; KRACEI3I BLANKS CUBS
'-' Two shut-out games, -pitched by
SCarroll of the Detroit Americans a-
gainist the Chicago White Sox and
Kroier of the. Pittsburgh Nationals

Connally, Carroll
Cleveland 000 110 000-2
St. Loris 100 300 00x-4
Shaute, Gray
Boston and 'Washington, tri
Athletics and1 New York, rain
11,NATIO~RT1LEAGUEF
Fittsbuirgh 202, 000 002-6

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in. the :final hreat of the 120 y. rd lowi

A. o of Real Good Cooae
Try
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aigainst the Chicago Cubs, featured
yesterrlay's a ctivities in the big
leag;ues.

f1 c,Ig-o (000 V000000-0U 3 1
Kremer, 'Malone
t. Louifs 1010 001"000- 2 90
"inclinati 003 000 000-3 7 2
Sherdel, IEdward
Vew York and Boston, rain
Brooklyn and Philadelphia, rain
NEW YORK-E. A. S'chroder of
Philadelphia has been made managerI
f the United. States soccer team
which will compete in the Olymic

We sell and suervice all makes o-Tp ntr
The Largest and Best stock to select from in Ann arbor,
backed by skilled service.
at 'Rider's Pen Sho
Phone 8950
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Wigh-1t contibMuted to the final suc-'
S cess of the Pitt burgh Nationals with
a c ircuit drive in the first inning. P]
M1awi sh of the St. Louis Americans 1 of

4)0-'-N)2 E.. Liberty Si.

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rmaszheod out a homer in the first in-'
n ing; of the game with Cleveland,
wxhichi was won by St. Louis by a
4 to 2 score.
AMEJ1{IC AN LEAGUEI
Chicag o 000 000 000-0 5 2
D)etroit 001 000 02x-3 7 3

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games.
ICHICAOO-Virgil Gist, center and
forward, has been elected to captain'
next year's basketball teami at the
University of Chicago.

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~BYSPEC4LIPOtINTMENlT
OUR STORE IS THE
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LET'S GO (CANOElING
X TI CE
NOTICE-We buy men's clothin
Phone 4110. 115 W. Waslingtc
St. Wed-Fri-Sun
NT~l1ICCE -Dr~ess maiding and alto
lu.('all M1is Eisele, 206 S. 4'
Ave. Dil 7990. 149-50_
If. W. CLAR.K'S GO0LF SHIOES are
blessng to golfers who arle aftic
+ed with tired, acinrg feet. Ti
rest your feet while playing. Co
no miore than ordinary golf shoe
Golf "shoes for mien and wome
Corner of Forest andl South
1Only one store-cannot be boug
elsewhere. Handmade. Ys
do repairs
A REMARKABLE SALE OF TW1
'TROUSER SUITS AT $24.50.
VALUES UP TO $45.00
This sale is another demonstrati
of this store's supremacy in extrer
value-giving-anti it will be welcom
as an extraordinary buying opport
nity among men and college mx
who know real clothes-value. TI
collegian suits in the large assol
ftent are designed and sty'ed in t
newest and most authentic mod(
'from anl attractive~ variety of. all-wc
fabrics. They are dlistinguished
expert tailoring and careful finis
ing. Early selection is advised.
THE FAIR
200 'N. Main St.
COSTUMES for architects' ball, me
and rented. Mrs. Spaulding, 3;
Hillsda~e JDrive. Dial 3581.
143-49-50
Typewriter Ribbon~s and Carboni
IThe nest you can buy. Always fre
ider's Peni Shop
TYPEW11ITER SE~RICE
All brakes. No better 'skill found ai
wohere. Prompt service:'
Rider's Pen Shop
Phone 8959
TYPINQ- Theses a specialty. Ri
sonable tates. Ml. V. Harts8
Dial 9387. C-77-
Typewriters jFor ident
Good machines, your favorite ma
Rider's. Pen Shop
Phone 8950
l'ortalsh' Ty1)eitrlters-Niew or U,
IT W ILA:l ay yo I to comve to Ro
headquarters and seee the 1
Royal portable before you buy' T
"lBaby" Royal is already outsell
all other makes of portable. "So
[Baby."
Rider's Pen Shop
Authorized Deale~rs 'in Rtoyals
'rYPEWRIITRS-Sales and Serv~
All makes,. large and Aorta
bought, sold,: rented, repaired.I
machines and work guaranteed.
business since 108. 0. D. Mori
j,17 Nickels Arcade.
Fountati Pen Repglrinig
Our skilled Penmakers Service c(
You no more. The only logical pl
to have your pen. repaired.
Rider's Pen Shop -

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The character of the -Suits and
topcoats tailored 'by Charter House
will earn your most sincere liking,
J. F. Wuerth Co.

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Manhattan Shirts and Knox Hats

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H-ATI ever your requiremenits may be,
you can always be sure that clothing
from the Mans Shop will be appropriate.
S~iINGCLOTHING
Newer patterns ini worsteds make our spring
suits unusually attractive
SPORT WEAR-We are prepared to meet any and
all your reqiuirements for sport wear. We are fea-

FOR SALE-Piano, upright, inei
size. For particulars, phone
Y. Tanaka, 2-1720, after 10 p.
FOR SALE--Three practically
evening, dre'sses, several sportf
and coats. :1207 Willard, betty
4 and 6 P. M. 149-w
FOR SALE-Wood for stove and
~place. Also potatoes and vegetal
Phone R. E, Wagner, 2-2 413 orf
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FRATERNITY and, rooming hoc
0. T. Albro, 106 East Hut
Phone 6800.
WANTEDJ
WANTRD--Clog or acrobatic da
to work in vaudeville 'forsium
All UI. of M. act.. SolidI boo]
Call RI. E. Catchpole, .7993.
WANTED-l-A couple of men
two 'summners' experience sel
fors ;summxery -employment. $500
50 per cenit commission. CalB
306, Michigan Union, Wednef
April 25, from 1.-4.
WANTED--Students to know that
hom~e laundry methods 'give
cloth~es personal .attention.

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WANTED--Five studenits to
work; salary $22 w~eekly,
tatlon, and expenses~ forr
Ref erenceg requred.S
mann, J-23, Lawyers'. UCU
..and. after 7.

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LOST
LOST-Large- brown Wahl per
tween Betsy Barbour and Ho
bus line or on bus. Call 681
1 49
LOST-A silver pin between
Hall and Forest. Call 21752.

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sweaters

and golf hose in matched

sets--

eight dif firent shaes of pain colors.

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LOST-Black small purse c
11,111 money and' important key.
111for return. Phone 7682.

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LOST-Police dog puppy; 1 year
answers to name of "Tox."
Red Kilgore, No. 3504 or 2
IAddress 2640 Geddes.g

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