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THE MT~tAN AIY ___ __ __ ___ __ __ __

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BYDEFETING DETROIT1 TIRS, 13 TO 3,1
s.;iwueIndian Hunrler, ]Told', 1Detrtt Holding the Tigers to seven hits and
l'u evena flits Wh'lile .M1tes { three runs in yesterday's. game, while
Cllect Fiftee his mates collected 15 safties and
___ Chalked up six scores, Shaute, Cleve-
W''HITiE SOX BEAT BROWNS land pitcher helped his club to gain a
firmer grasp on the top rung of thei
_____________________________American league. Detroit used thre
pitchers, Carroll, Stoner, and Smith
110W ThYSTAND it an efotto 'atop the Indians.
____________________ (Dletroit .........100 100 001- 3 7 0
Cleveland.......000 150 (0x- 6 15 2
Aterieaii Ieagle Carroll, Stoner, Smith; Shaute.
Cleveland..........12 4 .750 In the only other game played yes-I
New York .. .........4 3 .727 terday in the American league, Chi-}
Philadelphia. .. ,......5 4 .556 cago beat St. Louis with a rally in the
St. Louis ........... 9 84 .529 1eighth inning netting five runs. Six
Washington .........5 6 .445 lpitchers saw duty in this game,
Chicago .............6 9 .400 Thomas and Lyons for Chicago, and
Detroit ............. 6 12 .333 Crowder, Nevers, Coffman and Beck
Boston ........... .30 for the Browns.
Yesterday's Ilestflis
*Cleveland 6, D~etroit 3.
Chicago 9, StU Louis 6. Grid, Coaches Finish'
Boston-New York, rain.
Athletics-Washington, rain. ,Selection Of Squad1
National Legue____
Brooklyn ............7 4 .636(Cniudfo PaeS)
New 'York ........... 35 .625 (Consustinlue Trm BPa erx) nt
St. Louis ...........8£ 5 : 615 ITesb ilb huh ulr,'n
Cincinnati ..,..... ,....7 7 .500 1T. Bovard.-

Chicago .............8
Pittsbti1 ghi.........5
Phildeiphia . . .....4
Boston..........3

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Yesterd1ay'1sResults
Chicago 5, St. Louis 1.
Cincinnati-Pittsburgh, snow.
Drooklyn-Boston, rain.
__New YorR-Philadelphia, rain.

Iowa will be under the tutledg e of
Coach Miller and will have° Dietje
and Brown, ends; Cragin and Toth,
tackles; Weis and1 Desenberg, guards;
acid Burt, center. Brown, Wiltqb, Mc-
Corxmick, and Giross will be the back-
field. Baker, Deselaky, Samrnei',
H1eirwitz, Greigf; Renner, Draue and
Goldman will. be the substitutes.

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NOTYICE.
SUMMER positions with ga ranted
salary open to IUnversity studnts.
Call 3282 between ;8 and 12 Monday,
for appointments. 1>6
G. F. NAGEL
Watchmaker
Expert Repairing
217 South Main St., Up1?tars.
Wed-Fri-sun -c
NOTICE-We buy men's clothing.
Phone 4310." 115 W. Washington
St. Wed-Fri-Sun e
A REMARKABLE SALE OF CWO-
TROUSER SUITS AT $2450.
VALUES UP TO $45.00
This wale is another demonstration
of this store's supremacy hxi extreme
value-giving-and it will be welcomed
as an extraordinary buying opportu-
nity among men and college men
who know real clothes-value, The,
collegian suits in the large asot-
ment are designed and styod in the
newest and most authentic mdels
.from an attractive variety o all-wool
fabrics. They are distinguishedl by
expert tailoring and careful fais-
ing. Early selection is advised.
THE FAIR
200 N. Main St. e
11. W. CLARK'S GOLF SHIOES 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 Forest and South U.
Only one store-cannot be bought
elsewhere. Handmade. Yes, we
do repairs -c
TYPE WRITER SERVICE
All makes. No better skill found say-
where.iPromipt service.
Rier's Pen Shop
Phone 8950 C
TYPING-Theses a specalty itea-
sonable rates. M. V. Hlartuf..
Dial 9387. C--77-180
Typewriter Ribbons and Carbons
The best you can buy. Always frel.
Rider's Pen Shop C
Typevters For Eent
Good machines, your favorite make..
Rider's Pen Shop
Phone 8950 C
Or Fountain Pen Repairing
Orskilled. Penmakers Service cost ,
Iyou noQ more. The only logical place
to have your pen repaired.
Rider's Pen Shop C,
Portable Typewriters-New or Used
IT WILL pay yo t to come to Royal
head quarters and see the New
Royal portable before you buy. This
"Baby" Royal s already outselling
all other makes of portable. "Some
Baby."
Rider's Pen Shop
Authorized Dealers in Royals C
TYPEWRITERS-Sales and Service.
All makes, large. and portable,
bought, sold, rented, repaired. Our
nmachines and work guaranteed. In
business since 1908. 0. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels .Arcade. C
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One-car garage. 1105
Oakland. 156i
FOR $ALER
FRATERNITY and rooming houses.
0., T Albra, 106 ,.Est. uron.
Phone 800. c
WATED
WANTED-Students to know that our
home laundry methods give your
clothes peronal -attention. Moe
Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916 C
WANTED-A reliable student to work
for meals. Good place for right
party. Phone 6813. 156-57
WANTED-Position with orchestra.
for summer work. I play sax and
clarinet.. Phone 4310. 15-6-7
WANTED-Two person to accom-
pany me on extensive summer tour
in west by auto. Anyone interested
communicate with err. Dial 763.
_ 155-6-7
WANTED-Two May Festival tickets;
main floor, preferably center. Call
961?. Margaret Hlaxton. 155;

UNI4VERSITY instructor desires smnall
apartment or light housekeeping
suite, partly or not furnished,(, frr
next school. year; occupancy July
or September. Box 40. 154-5-G-7
LOST -- Small green rectanguilar
cameo from ring; probably about
baseball court three, Ferry Field.
Valued as keepsake.' $5 reward.
Dial 8317. 154-5-6
LOST--Will person who found,. note-
book in Freshman Engineer as-
sembly room, Wednesday, please re-
turn same to N. A. Drawing Room.
Kennreth H., Campbell. 155-6
LOST-Chi Omega Sorority pin, on
Thursday, around campus. Finder
'please phone 3301. 156
LOST-On Thursday evening, April
26, a lady's gold wrist! watchi, Find-
er please call Binzer, phone No.
22-187. 156-57-55'

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