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_THE MICHIGAN DAILY________

LUCAS PITCHES REDS,
TO WIN OVER cARDS

C'iiwii iaji t lriAllows 112
Hitt Bests Three St. Louis
Meni In Lou?; Contest

P~its

GAME GOES

16 INNINGS1

REQUESTS MADE - )11
___GID_ l dvertising
(Special t© The Daily) m O fASIP rniro l0N,
IOWA, CITY, April 25--Although r~~ T1tIA ~~\
the University of Iowa'C,3 homecoming S LIII ELLS (a) ('AiN OEUI G
football game with Minnesota is moCre - ________________________
than six months in the future, appli- (Continued from Page Six) JA REMlAlII LE SALT~ OF TWO-
cations for reserved seats have beenj lung shared some diflicult chances in. TRtOJTSV2R SUITS AT $24.50.
received by, K. E. Griffin, mxaniager of the outer gardeu. VALUES UP TO $145.00
ticket sales. Corriiden, Ski'! Michigan left fielder, Ti ~l saltirdfint~to
Demand for tickets .to the Wiscon-V was taken out of the Indiana c on- thl-i stor'sndupemaciben extreme
sin-Iowa game here November 17 has Itest in the sixth inning on account aluanextgivinadyituwing e eomed
also been made, Griffin declaired. The }of the leg injury sustained in the a ni etramodn aryen yinolgeopportu-
Hlawkeyes play the Gophers October gamne against Iowa last Saturday. It who know° real, clothes-value. The
27. is a pr oblematical matter whether hie collegian suits in, the large assort-
wil he able to start in the first game mernt are designed and sty~eed in the
GHENQ I FYii against Syracuse tomorrow, newest and most authentic models
EW TE OUALIF Sraus tamxINi~ fromn an attractive variety of all-wool
STU ENTGOF r RILSlast year split the two-game series Ifabrics.' They are dlistinguishied by
(Conitinued fr om. Page Six) wvith the Wolverines', will fare against expert: tiloring and careful finish-
C. Hall... ...............149 the 192S edito fteMcia ae ig al e to savsd
P. Stern ... .. .......... 151 ball nine is a matter that cannot be TH20 EN.FaiR t
A. Ahlstrom . ....... ... ..152 decided until tomorrow's game, gets I
T, ,Goodspeed.........5 uncle,, way. The Orange nine has one= Typew riter 'Ribbons and Carbons
R. Livingston... .. ......152 !of the best pitchers in intercollegiate The beet you can buy. Always fresh.
L. Hobart ........ .......153 circles in Miner,and he is expected to Rider's Pen ShopC
D. WaVrd-------------------. . 154 zive t he Wolverivne batte~rs. who have

IT. W.CLJAR:K'S GOLF SHOES are af Portable TYypewriters-Newv or 1
k sing to golfers %vho arc afflict- l'WILL pay yo v to come to R
ed with tired, aching feet. rhvy lheadquartersi and see the
rest your fAet while playing. Cost Royal portable bef'ore ynu buy.
io, more than ordinary golf shoes. ' Baby" Royal is already outnpl
Golf shoes for men and woWuefl iill other makes of portable.
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(10 repairs c
TYPEWRITER SERVICE
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Rider's Pen Shop
Phone 8950 C
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Cincinnati was forced to play 16
i n ni ngs to defeat St. Louis after an
eighith inning rally on the part of
t he Cardinals brought the. score to a
4 t o 4 tie. In the last of the six-
tecenth Cincinnati forced over a run-
ner, winning the gamie 5 to 4. Lucas,
pitchting for Cincinati, held St. Louis
to 12 hits during the whole leng'th of
the ;ame.
P'ittsburgh. gave Chicago the worst
dlrubbing; of the day at Chicago with
a score of 10 to 0. Grimes blanked
his opphonents and held them to G
ht.In the third gair.a in the Na-
ticnml league, Booklynz tooks a close
g-ame from Philadelphia, 3 to 2. Two
home runs were mradle in the big
leaguies yesterday, one by Bottomiley
of St. Louis and one by Tyson of
Broly.'Detroit added another victory in a
close game with Chicago. - Chicago.
outhit the Tigers 9-7 but were unable
to make the-n effective and 'suffered
a 3 to 2 defeat.' New York took aZ
hectic game from Washington 12 to
4. No home rnts were made in this
league.
AMERICANI\ 1EAGVE
Chicago 000 000 200-2 4 1
DJetroit 000 100 1lx- 3 7 1
Pitchers-Adkinis, Chicago; White-
hill, Detroit.

p Ridlees Pen Shop
Authorized Deal rs in Royals Ci
TYI'EWRITEZS -Sales and Service.
All makes, large and portable,'
bought, sold, rented, repaired. Our
mnachine~s and work guaranteed. Iii
business since 190S. 0. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade.C
FOR SALI11
PRATEURNITY and roomning houseSI.
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Phone 5300. c
WANTED 3
WANTED-Students to know that our
home laundry methods give your
clothes personal attention. Moe
Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916. C
WANTED-One ticket for the military
ball. Box' No. :35, Michigan Daily.
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and after 7.
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P:

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LET's 0',

M. Garber . .
J. Morse .......
S. Hoover ..

.155been assaulting Big Ten hurlers in
. ..155 m erciless fashion, the test of the pre-
...158 sent seasonl.

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SGHOOL OF RETAILING
-~2Gadiuatev Fellowships--aShlrhp
Retailing is an attractive field for college grailuates.
w Experienice in departmnent st ores is 'liniked with instruction.
Master of Science in Retailing degree granted upon completion-
- )illustrated booklet on requiest.Fo further Inomto write
SDr. \on'is A. Brisco, Director, New York University School of Retail.
c ing, Washington Square East, N. Y. C.

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Boston 000 001 010-2 9 0
Philadelphia 000 111001x-3 8 T
Pitchers-MAorris, Boston; Grove,
Philadellia.
Washington 010 011 010- 4 11 2
New York 304 010 31x-12 15 11
Pitchers--Marberry, Van Alstyne, '
Washington; Pipgrass, New York,
Cleveland 400 030 000--7 11.
S't. Louiis 010 001 010-3 11
Pitchers--Buckeye, Shaute, Cleve-
landl; Stewart, Crowder, St. Louir.'
NATIONAL LEAGUTE
.Pittsburgh 210 000 403-10 12 1
Chicago 000 000 000-- 0 G 5
Pitchers -- Grimes, Pittsburp;b;
Root, Weinert, Chicago.
Cincinnati Q0001031 000 000-000 1-5412 1
St. Louis 001 000 030 000 000 0-4 12 0
Pitchers-Frainhouse, Haid, Rein-
hart, St. Louis;' Lucas, Cincinnati.
Ph iladelphiia 010 000 001-24 5 1
Brooklyn 000 010 002-3 S 2
Pitchers-Sweetland, Philadelphia
Elhrhiardt, Brooklyn.
H-ome runs : Bottomely, St. Louis;
Tyson, Brooklyn,
In.

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backed by skilled service.
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Phone 8950
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For Friday & Saturday

SPRING

STYLES

for Universi~ty ,Men

Spring Suits

$18 .50

extra Trousers $4.00

Spring Suits~

23.00

The -only question in selecting a suit or coat from'
the Mans Shop is to decide which one to take from
the many which appeal to you. New patterns and
colors i n woolens, conservatively chosen so that
you have, the easy assurance of being well dressed..

Extra Trousers $4.50

Genuine B.V. D.

1.15

Suit's and Topcoats -$48 and upwards

Red Label

N eckties

85c and 1.35

SPRING
NE CKWEAR,
in all the' newer shades
-featuring the smaller
patterns
$1.50, $2, $2.50

SPORT WEAR
a complete assortment.
Sweaters and golf hose
to match

.NEW LOCATION SEE WINDOWS

Sweaters $5 to.$12
Sox $3 to $8.50

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