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April 25, 1928 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAlL Y

MERUNS FEATURE MAJOR LEAGUE '
EBALL CONTESTS PLAYED YESTERDAY'K

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SPORTS NEN
With a Big Ten victory over Purdue{
to their cr'edit, Illnois golfers have
resumned practice for the next meet
with 'Ohio State this week. Captain
Fish, Kjurz, Carter, and Wiley corn-
pcsed the squad that defeated the
Bloilermakers, 12-0.

Ilemlock Blanks Senators With "Three
Hits; Alexander, Blake Win
For Cardials, Cubs
RUTH HITS TWO, HOMERS~

I 'S'TIONAL ILEAGUTE
New York and Boston, rain.

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31 ANNAPOLIS-Offilal weights of the
NST FROM CONFERENCE CAMPS membrsofthe vatyAveragem182t1-4
meibersthatthe vrNtavagcaemy2crew
come assistant footlball coach at Ari-? last wveek along with Dave Ogilvie. pounds.
zona. The two will not be permitted to corn- -_______
pete in Big Ten meets this year. LONDON-Tom Heeney, New 7e-
Whenthe sprng ootall easn #land heavyweight boxer, will sail for
drew to a close at Purdue. 77 grid men The University of Wisconsin crew hNextYrk match.i tanngfi
received awards. Tw enty-nine were' i etmth
give god meals 33 siler;andhas lost the services of John Parks,
five, numerals. The medals were giv- sophomore football star of the -past
en on basis of ability, attendance, and season, who has been pulling number
membership on the winning teams., six oat. Park$ was ordered to the -V
infirmary last .week after having sus- Tv
B~yron Kerr, golf captain ,at Ohio tamed. a wrenched side, and may be THEATRE
State was lost through in eHiiility' confined there 'for several we'eks._________________
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Play in the American league yester-
clay was featured by nine home runs
of which two were contributed by
Babe Ruth. Hauser of the Athletics
al~iso drove two.
New York and Boston were pre-
vented from playing in the National
league by rain, but the 'Phillies played
a,. 12-7 game with Brooklyn, emerg-
ing on the long end of the score.
Three home runs wer~e made in the
National league by Leach, Brooklyn;
Stephenson, Chicago. and Hartnett,
Chicago..
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago ......000 020 101 1- r509 fi
Detroit......201 000 001 Q-- 413
Thomas; Gibson, Holloway.

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Chicago.......100 141 10x- 7 9 1
Pittsburgh ......000. 000 02- 2 9 1
Blake; Dawson; Br'ane.
St. Louis....:..100 030 300- 7 15 0l
Cincinnati ......000 000 011- 2 8 2
Alexander; Rixy, Kolp, Jabionwski.
Brooklyn ....... 411 101 131-12 13 2
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George Baird,, great Iowa quarter
mniler and winner of the Conference
indoor title, did not run in the Hawk-
eye mile 'quartet at the Kansas relays
due to an attack of influenza.

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Phlles......W IWJUU&-~ ~ Nine members of 'Northwest rn's
Petty; Ring.,I Vwln;ng team, which placed second
in the national colegiate and Big Ten
AMERICAN TCRACK STARS f championships, have been awarded
TO OM ET IN SWEDn+! major letters. Captain McDonald,
1 O OMPEE INS fit' E linch, Lennox, Clbath, Schwartz,
Miller, R1asmussen, Wicks and Col-
(By Associated Press) logy, are the swimmers honored,
Stockholm,. Swedeni, April 24 - while captain Krohn of the water polo
Thirteen picked American, track and ,team also receives a major letter.
field stars journey -to Sweden after
the Olympic games to compete there !Earl Martineau, one-time all-A m-
wvith the five best Genr.an atheletes erican halfback, will ptay on a team
of 'former Minnesota stars that will
and the five best French athletes from Iette12 ohrVriyeee
August. 15 to' 17. Previous to this{
meet,th American men will travel i ~Cilgm a .Mn
from the site of the big games at I Golher stars of other years will be
Afnltrnm titT-c dw - vl itic pr'esent in 1the lineup.

Girls'

Play

LET'S GO CANOEING
NOTICE
NOTICE-We buy men's clothing.
Phone 4310. 115 W. Washington
St. Wed-Fri-Sun-c
H. W. CLARK'S. GOLF SHOES are a
blessing to golfers who are afflict-
ed with tired, aching feet. They
rest your feet while playing. Cost
no more than ordinary golf shoes.
Golf shoes for men and women.
Corner of F~orest and South UI.
Only one store-can not be bought
elsewhere. * Handmade. Yes, we
do repairs c
A REMARKABLE SALE OF TWO-
TROUSER SUITS AT $24.50.
VALUES UP TO $45.00
This sale is another demonstration
of this store's supremacy in extreme
value-giving-and it willf be welcomed
as an extraordinary buying opportu-
nity among men and college -men
who know real clothes-value. The
collegian suits in the large assort-
ment are designed and styled in the
newest and most authientic models
from an attractive. variety of~ all-wool
fabrics. They, are distinguished by
expert tailoring and careful finish-
ing. Early selection is advised.
THE FAIR
200 N. Main St. c
Typewriter Ribbons and Carnons
The best you can buy. Always fresh.
Rider's Pen Shop 'C
TYPEWRiT'liER SERVICE
All miaktes. No better sliill found any-
wsHere. Prompt service.
Rider's Pen Shop
;Phone 8950 ''C

Doston. .....000
Athletics .......023
Bradley, Garrison,
Powers.

001 140-6 8C
1 32 000-11 17 0
haisi; Orwoll,

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WiV'ashington . .. .000 000 000- 0
New York ......201 000 100- 4
Lisenbee; Pennock.
Cleveland....000 000 101- 2
St. Louis .......113 100 00x- 6
H-udlin; Ogden.

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will meet a group of track men from
the United Kingdom.
The leading S'ockholm paper, the
Dagens INyheter, has signed the finl-
anc;ial guarantee which assures this
I extra international -competition.

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Minnesota's baseball team is hold-
ing p~ractice preparatory to cut rain-
ing for its annual Southern trip. Cold
weather necessitates the late open-
ing of the diamond season at Minne-
ap~olis. Coach Bergman is shifting
his lineup in an attempt to findl a
smooth working combination.

"Foi'' the
Ldove ofUPete'
Special Perf'ormance for the
Scheolmfasters' Club
~f l bAY APRIL 21
8.30 'P. M
Tickets at Box Office

..Now VOPEN! -i
8A. M.,tol11P. Me
SAU NDERS CANOE LIVERY
W CaOn the Huron River at Foot of Cedar Streetj

Iowa's ' aouis halfback, "Cowboy"
Kutsch, who ran wild on the Iowa
gridiron two years ago, may soons be-

TYPINQ--Thieses a specialty.'
sonable rates. M. V. Hai
Dial 9387. C-

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'Ty-pewriters For JI cut
Good mnachlines, your favori~te mak(
Rider's Pen Shop
Phone 8950
Portable rTypecirters-NeX4w or Use4
IT: WILL, pay yo .1 to come to Roya
headquarters a nd see the Ne)
Royal portale before.,you buy. Thi
".Baby" Royal is already outsellin
all other miakes. of portable. "Som
Baby."
Rider's Pen Shop
Authorized Dealers in Royal-s

A NNI VERSA RY

SALE

TYPEWRITERS-Sales and
All makes, large and i
bought, sold, rented, repairer
machines and work guarante
business since 1908. 0. D.
17 Nickels Arcade.

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THE SPRING ISSUE IS REAIDY

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Fountain Pen Repafrlng
Our skilled Penmakers Service cc
yout n more. The only logical pl1
to have your pen repaired.
Rider's Pen Shop
FP.E SALE
FOR SALE-Wood- for stove and f
place. Also potatoes and vegetab
Phone R. E. Wagner, 2-241", or 91
FRA'TERNITY 'and rooming how
0. T. Albro, 106 East Hur
Phone 5800.
W.A.TED).
WANTED-A couple 6f men v
two 'summers' experience sell]
for summers employment. $500j r
50 per Cent commission. Call Rio
306. Michigan Union, Wednes4
April 25, from 1-4. -4;
WANTED-Studenits to know that
honme. laundry methods give y
clothes personal attention.
Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916.
WANTED--Five students for sum]
work; salary $22 weekly, transl
tati-on and expen~ses for next to
References required. See H.
mann, J-23, Lawyers'..Club, 4 t
and after 7. 151-5i
LOST
LOST-Polie dog pu~plpy; 1--yearc
answers to name of "Tox."
Reed Kilgore, No. 3504 or 21
Address 2640 .Geddes,
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SEND IN FOR IT ITODAY

REWARD for return of topcoat
at Theta Tjelta PTAi party Fi
evening. Dial 631T7. 153-

F3rom cover to cover,
"The Gentleman's Quarr-
ierly" i a man's magazine
-alert,vibrant, progressive.
Included in this hest of
Spiring issues is an article
on puttilng and chip shots
by Johnny Farrell; a, story
about the United Alunts
Racing Meet; a review of
the growth and activity of
Princeton's Triangle Club.
Other features include a six
paleegyres; ntatioii,in colors,
of the right sort of clothes
{ for~ men and young men-
the sort of clothes thait are
always obtainable in4 this
store. You may always thave
"'The Genteman's Quarier-
ly" by, merely asking for it.

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Suits, with
Topcoats
Golf Sox
Sweaterts

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trousers

$36.00
31.50

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90c to 3.50

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_ LET'S GO CANOEING~
sTas re .is
Eain Extra Credi
During.Summer Vacati4
The change and recreation so n~ecessary to e,
one are here combined with superior op:
swimnig, tennhis, concerts~dkurntic perforn
cs inispiringklctures, etc., are all available.
{Orvanized excursions to industrial, financial and
ck enters of Chicago. Courses covering full yes i
'a General Ghemistry, Physics or Zoology, for stud
interested in Medicine, Dentistry or Engineeriiik.
W4U.S ESI

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1.35 to 2.70

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