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BY OHIO STATE TEAlI
L ANDI S MAKES PLEA FOR
MORE PUBLICPLAYGROUND SPACE
(By Associated Press)
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0 DEFEAT TO THE
MONTREAL.-Lack of playground places around the town for this pur-
space in mo1t aLrge cities, which pose. You can get today for dollars
forces youngsters to play baseball onwhat in ten years from now will costoda
the streets, or else not play at all, is you will have to face the problem ten
deplored by Kenesaw M. Landis, of year-s from now."
Chicago, commissioner of professional -+
baseball. WASHINGT'ON-Following the fin-
He gave his views at a luncheon al tryout shoot at Quantico, Va.,
celebrating the entry of Montreal into members of the American rifle team
the International league., to represent the United States at the
Noting that vacant lots where international rifle team match at
youngsers could get together had been Drieeirgen, Hol., July 14 to 25, was
disappearing in the building up of announced Monday at marine head-
big cities, he said: quarters.
"We need communities which willj
WHEELER SHOWS PROMISE
Ohio State Scores Touchdoins In The
First And Third Periods lin
March To Victory
Scoring touchdowns in the first and
third periods, Coach Franklin Cap-
pon's "Ohio State" tean defeated the
"Wisconsin" eleven, 14-0, yesterday
afternoon on Ferry field in the third
game of the spring grid series. Wheel-
er, freshman back, was the chief'
threat in the "Buckeye's" attack, being
accountable for several long gains.
This was the second defeat of the
series for Coach Keen's "Cardinals."
With the wind behind him, Wheeler
forced the "Wisconsin" team into their
own territory during the first period.
Holmes' kick was blocked on his 35
yard line, but a "Wisconsin" player
recovered 15 'yards back. Holmes
punted again, but, the kick was short,
"Ohio State" advancing it to the op-
position's 27 yard line.
Wheeler Scores Touchdown
Wheeler took the ball 12 yards for
a first down on a triple pass. After
several line plays, Wheeler again car-
ried the ball, this time through tackle
for the first touchdown. Bator kick-
Neither team threatened in the se-
cond period. One of Holmes' punts
was blocked as was a kick by Wheeler.
Bator and Wheeler each contributed a
sparkling run of 20 yards or more.
Holmes substituted on Coach Keen's
team due to the injury of sevegal of
the "Cardinal" backs yesterday.
"Wisconsin" failed to utilize their
only opportunity to score, which came
in the third period. Aided by the wind,
Eastman got off a long punt which
rolled to "Ohio State's" five yard line.
Wheeler kicked from behind his goal
line to his own 25 yard stripe. A 15
yard pass, Eastman to Thornton, plac-
ed the ball -on the "Buckeye's" seven
yard line for a first down. Here East-
man hurled anothei pass, which Car-
ter intercepted on the goal line, car-
rying it to his 15 yard stripe.
Brilliant plunging by Avery and
Bator of "Ohio State" advanced the
ball to midfield. The "Buckeyes"
kicked, and "Wisconsin," with the ball
deep in their own territory, resorted
to some passes in the waning min-
utes of play. One of these) thrown
by Eastman was intercepted by Orwig,
who evaded several "Cardinals" to
lun 25 yards for the second score.
Wheeler scored the extra point on a
lake kick, when he ran around end.
Players Bothered By Heat
The extreme heat slowed down both
teams. Ma:y tackles were mssed by
the "Wisconsin" players, while their
line failed to hold several times, the
result being blocked punts.
Tomorrow Coach Courtwright's In-
diana squad will meet Coach Kipke's
Michigan State team at 4 o'clock on
Ferry field. Coach Wieman will take
charge of the "Spartans," as Kipke
has not yet returned from Lansing.
(By Associated Press)
PARIS.-Helen Wills, who is suffer-
ing from a cold, was feeling much bet-.
ter today and took a walk in the sun-
shine this morning. She 'said it would
probably be the end of the week be-
fore she returns to her tennis practice.1
She remained indoors most of the t ie
and still complains of sorenbss in her
chest and throat.
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iy men's clothing.
115 W. Washington
a specialty. Rea-
M. V. Harts uft.
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A HALF-PRICE SUIT SALE Dial 0387. C-77-180
A mlanufactuirer of excellent coh il93.~7-8
ing sold us his entire surplus stock TYPEWRITERS-Sales and Service,
of Sp ring Suits at prices that enab~le All makes, large anti portable
us to offcr them at just one-half their bought, sold, rented, repaired. Ou
actual value. Collegiate 'suits for machines and work guaranteed. :l
college men who prefer snappy styles. business since 1908. 0. D. Morrill
We have a, wide assortment of pat- 17 Nickels Arcade. C
terns and colorings, beautifully tail-
ore(Lperfect fitting, neat appearing, FOR EimT
and well wearing. Prices range from FOR RENT-Filrnishled 2roomi apart-
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Reward for return.
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Union, or Ferry Field, Friday.
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ward Telephone 4714.
do their duty to the ten-twelve-four- LONDON-Miss (0lenna Collet, the
teen-year-old boy of this generation. .i'ormer United States champion, will
"I have a lot of friends among boys; meet Mite. Thion de la Chaume of
have . a great correspondence with France. the defending title-holder, in
them. And I am inclined to think, if the first r'ound of the British wom-'
called upon to choose the element en's open golf championship, May 14,
whose friendship I would retain, if I at Hunstanton.
were privileged by some sort of de-
cree to have the friendship of only one OHIO STATE: UNIVERSITY. -
-element, I would choose boys. Eighty-three persons were elected in--
I do not ask you to tear down to Sigma Xi, honorary scientific or-
your downtown business blocks, to ganization, according to a recent an-
take the property and make play nouncement. Of this number, 36 were
grounds. But I ask you to resolve l electe'd full time members and 47
that, from this time on, we will have were named associates.
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$19.50 upwards. ment for business women. Inquire
THE FAIR 226 Thompson or dial 6961.
200 Main Street ' 159-60-61
G. F. NAGELr FOR SALE
Watchmaker FRATERNITY and rooming houses
27Expert Repairing sO. T. Albro, 106 East iluron
217 South Main St., Upstairs. Phone 5800. c
FOR SALE--Old Town canoe and
SITUATION wanted by experienced equipment. Phone 9425 days, 5432
cook in sorority or fraternity, be- evenings. 160-61-62
. ginning September, 1928. Dial
Ypsi 1550-J. 160-61-62 FOR SALE-Willys-Knight cabriolet
coupe; used one week; fully
RESPONSIBLE, depend-able couple, equipped; priced right for quick
connected with University; "o sale. Call Ypsi 572. 159-60-01
children, would like to occupy home WANTED
during owner's absence, for summer
or longer. Be interested in keep- WANTED-Students to know that our
ing home and premises inshape. home laundry methods give your
Board out. References. Box 43.1 clothes personal attention. Moe
210, South Fourth .Ave.
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158-59i-60J Laundry, 204 N. Main D ial 396.U
ON STATE STREET
Orders Taken Every Wediesday Afternoon at Our Detroit Office,
Room 41K UnhIed Artists Bldg., Bagley Ave.
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A very popular shade for sport wear, recently
created by the University man. The Sport en-
semble which includes camel's hair knickers,
a Sweater of the
shade With hOse to
match and two tone sport oxfords,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
$8.00 to $12.00
Flannel Sport Jackets
$9.00 to $15.00
Leather Wind Breaks
$8.00 to $12.00
at one price.
all shades and materials. We
Values up to $60.00, now
are offering any coat in the 'store
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Shirts in white broadcloth
as well as stripes and patterned shirts, 'this week-
just received a new sport shoe...
two tone combinations
Ties in small figures and stripes.
All -colors. Special this week-