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.,THE MICHIGAN DAILY:

fiUTH BETS NUME RUN G LTEN MEDL F LIM INIIIUN I OIIINLY'
AS YANKS WNAGAIN .fPANNED FOR TEAMS

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RICE ITS FOR CIRCUIT
Biabe ILmth poled10 his fth home;
rn of the seaison yesterday while
iceYankeu~ces wey(e defeating the
Washngtn Suatrs,8-5. T'hle gamc~s
in the National lcague w,,ere nirked
l'y both the ighli number of hits andl
thl ircv<laleee of errors as there
.- were eighty hits antd nine misplays.
Rice c' Detrioit hldhc Gi s team ?pull
ilout ' t thir slump) when ihe hit al
Ioicu run as theT~oigers overwhelm-
ced Chicago 010.
Res ults cf2 the gaii'25 and the pit-
chern; are is follows:
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Deti olt 204 030 100-10 16 0
Chi1cag'o 000 000 '500-- 5 11 5
B1illings, Stoner; B3lankenzuij,.
Newv York 100 230 110-- 16 2
W1ashington (J000 000 014-5 12 1.
Shealy, ,Moore: Pipgrass'; Marber-
'Atleitics 001 000 400-5
Boston 002'001 000-3
Grove, Orwall ; Settlemire, Morris.

St. Louis
Cleveland(
Beck; Grant,

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New York 000 121 00x-4
Vance; Fitziminons.
Cincinnati 300 010 200-6
St. Louis 010 020 000-3

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'Normnan t9,0)el
Star tackle on T1chian's 1927
football team, who has been awarmd-
ed the ig Ten medal for. proficiency
in scholarship and athletics. Gab el
is also a member of. Phi Kappma Phi,
honorary scholastic fraternity.
For 'three years Gabel has been
one of the bulwarks of+ the Wolver-
ine line, his tackle play last season
drawing the comn;'ent of coaches and
critics.,
jOHSNT CN)Cj111
f Carl E. J'ohnson, , who is
jto conduct an Olympic tour of
jEurope this summer, 'will be at
j the Michigan Union .tomorrow
fafternoon' at 3:'30 o'clock to
j talk to anyone who is interested j
jin making the trip. The partyj
jwill spen~d several (lays in An)->
jsterdam during the Olympic
games this July.

rIn. order to give the fraternities an
op portunity to play m noie baseball,
t.. 1 rmural do, 1 f et has inaug-
11,_at_(lc? new Videa iinthe form .of a
straigh t eliminatoii tournament for'
all thiose teamis who failed to 'winl
their league cluampionship_ ~ cup
I :ill be aw arded to the winner, but no
points will b)e awarded on -the all-
year chart. The second roundl of this
tournamnent will he' playedl off this
afternoon. Te final -game between
the two) runners-uip will be played off
onl May, 16.
I+ uu league winners have been de-
letrmined in the regular fraternity
E:hlaionershzip nllatchies; Signi~a Af1ha
'Mu h '.s won the championship oflea-
gue ', 1Phi Sigma Delta is the title
holder of league 4, Phi Rho Sigmza
has cap cred the league champion-
ship of group 5, and Phi Lam'rbda
jKappa has the title of league 9. The
balance of the league winners will
be determined this week,* when the
straight elimination contest for the
'fraternity championship ) will get un-
der way.
The second rounod of the interfra-
ternity tennis championship matches
will get under way this 'week with
32 teams surviving the first round
contests concluded last Saturday.
Fuller and Zick, last year's title
holders in the all-camhpus champion-
ship doubles in. horseshoes, were el-
iinlated in the first round of the
title match for the current year by
Arsulowicz and Kelly. The doubles
jmatches are in the second round
which will 1)e concluded the latter
part of this week.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky-With the
running of the Kentucky Derby but
three weeks away, the best of last
,year's juveniles are believed to be in
excellent shape for the big event.

SITU7ATION wanted~ by experien c' dI
cook in sarority or fraternity, he-!
ginning September, 1928. lDialI
15502. 158-59-601

} NOTICE
A REMARKABLE SALE O F .TWO-
TROUSER SUITS AT $24.50.
VALUE~S UP TO_$45.00
This sale is another demonstratiot
of this store's suprem acy in extreme
_ value-giving-and it will be welcomed
l as an extraordinary buying opportui-
nity among men andl college men
Iwho, know real clothes-value. Trhe
collegian suits in the large assort-
ruent are designed and styled in the
newest and most authentic modlel.
from an attractive variety, of all-wool
fabrics. They are distinguished b y
expert ta iloring and careful finiish-
ing. Early selection is advised.
TIlE FAIR
200 N. Main St.r

still plenty of suits left
at Ihe downtown shop

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Only one 'store-cannot be bought
elsewhere. IHandnmade. Yes, we
do repairs

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Lucas; Alexander, Kaufmann.
Chicagro 000 010 000-1 5 1
l ittsburgh 000 003 01x-4 13 0
Bush, Welch; Hill.
Boston 001 021 010-5 10 1
Ph]illies 000 001 110-3 '0 1
IR. Smith; Walsh, Miller.
Biaseball Squad To
Leave This Evening
(Continued from Page Six)
mnound for the freshmen, but was re-
I feverd by Cromwell iii the second' inn-
oc Coach Fisher announced) yesterday
that he expects to, send Bill McAfee
Sagainst Colgate tomorrow in the op-
d oier of the two game series. Bennie
-Oosterbaan will. probably be the pitch-
Sing selection for the second Colgate
Scontest with Dick Gawne sharing the
Shurling. dujty, while' Fred Asbeck will
face Harvard Saturday in the last
game of the trip.
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Still time to enter for that Busi-
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prepare you for a good position.
Enter lMonday

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MAY FESTIVAL,
Ann Arbor, May 16, 17, 18, 19

Go down to the sea
'informa'- meaning
Cunard Tourist Third
.the way of the know-
ing illuminati to
EUROE
$193.50
gets you, there and Lack
in Cunard Comtfort...
without severely punish-
.t ing the bankroll '0
Sailing "Tourist Third" is
adventure that b~egins when
you go up the, gangplank.
You will dance on moonlit
decks to the rhythm of a col-
lege orchestra no feet have
yet resisted. You will swim
in salt water in an impro-.
vised deck tank. You'll play
the delightful deck games
that youth-on-a-I ark devises.
And there'll be bridge,-
and conversation;- and
sometimes lost sleep! But
of course you have your
choice between missing
sleep and fun.
Do you realize how very
in expensively this can be
done on big Cunard ships
such as the C ARONIA, CARN-
MANIA, SCE'THLIA, LACONIA,
LANC ASTRIA and TUSCANIA?
You are berthed in a com-
fortable, clean cabin, you
have good food, nicely
served, with ample deck
space and you enjoy the
company of' your~own
kind of people.. because
I icy are others like you
-Who feel the adventurous
('all of traveling Tourist
Third Cabn,-
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Two groups o'f suits t:,hat
formerly sold up to $65

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The biggest selling event of the, year

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$Z 50

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MUSICAL LEADER
Published Every Thursday
Chicago, Feb. 27, 1928.

$2,o 2.50, .3.50
NECK WEAR

$2.50, 3, 4., 4.59
WOOL HOSE

Now

MIr. Charles A. Sin!-,
linive'rsity School of Music,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Dear Mr. Sink:

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Now
$119
4-

Permit me to offer congratulations on the splen-
diWi Festival program, announcement of which I have
just' received. Withiout (doubt it is the finest you have
e ver arr 1nged and I'am looking forward with great
pleasure 'to myv twenty-first annual~vi it to Ann Arbor
f'or this gala week-.
Artistically, the Festival is of immense impor-
t anc e not, only to the community but to the public
at large. ml choice a-nd arrangement of works, in se-
lect ion ,f conductors. and artists the Annti Ardor Fes-
thiol on011 of the most valuable contributionas to the
auise of mtusic'in America and should attract thou-
:;. ds fromn all parts of the country.
With best wishes for your' continuedl success,
Yours sincerely,

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