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"THE MICHIGAN DAILY._____

BOTH NEW YORK TEAMS LOSE FIRST PLACE
AS BRHOOKLYN AND I.NDIANS CLIMB UPWARDS

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SSPORT DOPE

ANNUAL DR AKE
HOST' OF UNI

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Pollnd Out, 190 11in ; Cleveland 1Cray.
1 rvFuicex 1)etjroi 10.6 Detroit '500 000 001- 6 11 6
- -Cleveland 043 111 00x-10 16 1
TIGER ERR SIX IMES' Billings, Holloway, VanGuilder;
T~iERS c~u~ SX Iii L~ hle, Barnes.
- Athletics, Washington; rain.
Poundling out a 10 to 6 victory over Boston, New York; Rain.
thec Tigers in yesterday's game, the NiATIO'NAL LEAGUE
Indians smaished their way into first Brooklyn 020 021 004-9 10 1
plceone or, hie ewYok asBoston 000 000 000-0 3 2
plac one mreswhil Ne Yok ws IElliot; Morrison.
t.;king a forced nest because of weath-, St. Louis 000 010 210-4 10 0
cr coniditions. Though the tigers hit- I Chicago 000 101 000-2 11 0
tinig wvas good, and Red Hargrave man- Cincinnatti, Pittsburgh; Rain.
aged to lift one into the stands fora HFanes; Bush.
New York, Phillies; Rain.
holle run, six errors marred their,___________
1play . ! NEW YORK.-Thie New York Giants
Brookclyn'moved into first place yes- have released Jake Levy to the Hart-
terdclay when, Elliott shut out the ford club of the Eastern league on
Braives inr their game at Boston. The option.
ERobins collected ten hits off Morrison ,
with Henlline, 'Riconda, Bissonnetti WASHINGTON - Walters Johnso~i
htigfor the circuit.' The Giants dIe-~ was discharged from a Washington
scendelcd into second place when rai hospital -recently.
kiept thel~r idle._______________
1-einie Manushi, ex-Tliger outfielder, LONDON-Torn Heeney has sailed
aided the Browns yesterday in their, for the United States to :begin training
one-sided win over Chicago, by poling ifor his next bout.
out a hiomer.
0fAtiI(A'N L.EAGU=E NEW YORK-Urban Shocker, Yan-
Chicago 000 000 005- 5 10 2 kee holdout, has come to, terms and
St. Louis 044 013 O2x-414 13 1 will Join the team at once.

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serve as leaders of next year's team.

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133= lossin, the avein over 204
feet-,in tale Ohiio IRei.l meet,'
Itilliellart of ind(ialm Stamiped
hi slis i)21SoneC oftlhe miost likely
Well ill tlht tihe Conlferenice Juts
Pr d c d i l s n c t k.Co nsiderable strength has been ad (

Cei (an Olympic track and field teams
will he determined to a degree of
cer tainty.
"The D)rake relays prograrn.- was in-
augniated yesterday when the high
tschool andl university medley relays,
tials in the quarter mile university
relay, and preliminaries in all the in-
dividual events were held.'
tToday's program will open at 1:'1A
# o'clock with half-mile relay for Class

UNIVERSITY RELAY ?MEE'TDRAWS I ("LASSIIEV
V ERSITY AND COLLEGE ATH LETES Advertising
the Kansas relays, and Iowa State ar ein the Kansas relays las,-t weekc. i]JXrS GO CANOEING
expected to fight it out for first place Capt. Buck Jicster is entered i the _____
in the two mile relay. Illinois ap- 100-y ard dlash, but hie will be runniiin %
pears the strongest in the four mile against a fast field and has little 'NTC
relay, where they will be, striving to chance to capture' first honors. 1).t REM1,XARKABLE SALE OF TV
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ed to develop in the medley relay. Ilk li scw any of thle' form which lie lhsI~ This sale is antother demonstrat
nois and Oklahoma are favored in this displayed in the workouts this xveelk of this stor -e's supremacy in extret u ohwl epesdb h rer~leNrhetr' tr svleHvn-tdi ilb iro
Iowa medley quartet, wvhich, contrary practically conceded first p~lace in this ! "5 all extraordinary b)myi1g oppot
to press predictions, took secoiid place cevent. Who among meln and( college 1
woknow real cloth es-v'alue.
collegian sutits ill the large as
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from an attractive variety of all-N
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schools.,rrhe final event is ex-

'2L LoU Li~ ne1 PII' CSe1Ii LracK I~Le~ll 0%pctdt trtaotfveocok
the fact that Einar 1-ernrison, sprint ciefi teestwillacntver incteoun.
star, has beeni dec la red eligible after Cifitrs ilcne nteui
remxin cetai scolsti dificltis.versity relays. where some of the for-
remvin cetai scolsti dificltis.most relay team's in the country are
Another lP 3,01e poe vau'ter entered. In the quarter ni'ile, Kansas'
traisceidied tile 13 foot miark Sa" remarkable team of runners will be
I) n Gorge Otternes f hard to beat. Kansas should also fig -
_14idiy en lere ti ar rc'3 "in the half mile 'event, though
fe i incli for('la e-v lb aRlay Northwestern's crack quartet which
fct nc r 111M Oho Rea carried off first place at the Kansas
relays rules as a favorite in this event.
Faulty work in the field r'obbed Purl- The one mile relay should be the
due of her first Big Ten victory in the outstanding race of the Drake relays.
second contest of the season with liii- Some of the leading mile relay (uar-
nois. After leading 4-0; the Boiler- tets in the mid-West are, entered in
makers were defeated 5-4 dlue to ms this event but Iowa, Northwestern, Ne-
plays braska, Indiana, amid, Centre loom, as
the greatest favorites. Michigan is
i'rosjebs for a strong tennis entered in this race, but it xwill have
teamt t Illinois this year look: i to be at top form to finish among th e
bryight with fir veteranms retutrn' place winners. The Wolverine run-
jug frola~ kst ear' s Squadl. '' ners in this event are Jones, Munger,
jlist ineliles O'Cojmell, B ard., Seymour, and Freese.
CJlark, andx Liggett. Missouri, which won first honors at

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,3:36 South State Street~
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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State andI Washilngtoni Sts.
Arthlur W, Stalker, D.D., Minister
Parley C. Bingliat, Associate {
Minister and Student Director

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are atedas he fnes
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10: 30-""Wilt Fi t hiLust!"
12:00-G"┬░aorge Douglas, '26,
speak to both classes.

FIRST BAPTIST. CHURCH
Rev. It. Edward Sayles, Minister.
lHoward R. Cin pu,,
Minister for Students.
10:4 4-1ubli~c worship. Mr. Sayles
will speak on "Rtiderless Horses;'
12 :00-The Church ible School.
12:00-Students. Dr. A. R.. MVor-
ris of the Rhetoric Departnment
will address the Guild ' Class at
the Guild Class House 503 East
Hurson. Come.
6: 30-Meeting for. devotion and
(iscussion.
5:30-Friendship Hour for young
people. A good time. Refresh-
ment's are served.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N~. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Williams
G. A. Neumann, Minister
9:00 A. M.-Sunday School.
10:00 A. M:-Regular morning'
service.
11:00 A., M.-German sermon.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's Hour.

will

G : 00-"Thc Student Mined on Pro-
hibition" will be the topic of
George Douglas.
7 : 3o-" Judla$."
THlE UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
April 29, 1928

"Expandin1 hg SYImIp~ttla"
5:45 P. M.-Calidlel;lit

Service.
S upper.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Div ision
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale It. Moore, Associate iniister
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwel
Secretary for Women.
9 :30-Church School. Student
Glass led by Dale H. Moore.
10: 45-M~orning worship. Sermon
on "A Balanced Life."
12:00-Student Class led by Prof.
Howard McClusky.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6 :30-Young People's Society.

FIRST ;SPIRITUALIST
CHURCH OF TRUTH
318 E. Jefferson St.
Sunday service 7:30 P. NM.
Sermon, "Imiter Life and pits As.
soeiation." followed by messages.
Friday 'evening, 8 P. M., message

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
State St. at 'Williamns
Dr. Carl S. Patton,
Acting Minister
9:30--Sunday School.
10:45-Morning worship. Sermon
by Rev. Allison Ray Heaps, New
Y'or. Subet, "Treasure im
vey Field"
53-Studient rhuncheo n and meet-
in.Prof. It. D. T. Hollister
xv 1render a reading.
ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL); }CHURCH
D~ivision and Catherine Stireets
R1ev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Thmias L. Harris, Assistant
Third Sunday After Easter
5 :00 a. m.-Holy Communion.
9 :30 a. m.-Holy Communion.
Service for 'Students in Harris
Hall, followed by breakfast.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon by the Rev. Henry B.
Thomas, of Coeckevile, . Mary-
land.
6:15 p. m.-Student Supper.
Speaker, the Rev:.[Mr. Thomas.
AT PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron
6. A. Brauer; Pastor
R~es. 1005. W. Washington St.
April 29
9:00 a. m.-German.

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10:30 a. m.-Regullar Morning
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11:45 a. m.-Sundays School follow-
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