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DAILY

WIACTTACSBTEWLIEMN IHFUC"Y TA
F~S~DIF BY[A1 ~ !AS'1LrrL~uALEo~T%1SPIN GIP DRILLS UNCO VER MAN Y I WOLVERINES TOVLAIIi
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'Pers 'urnt in Six'iIx 1 M LEAGUiIE STANIINGS

American League slfugf

ifollier N; HidlInnd iiua ch.yden
stalge Pitching ieI
PIRATES UPSET BRAVES
Western clubs in the American lea-
gue fared hadlly in the first day of
their eastern invasion when the East
swept all four games played. Two tilts
in the National circuit were divided
betwceen the two sections.
Pitchers were subjected to a con-
sidlerable bonmbardment in the Ameri-
can leaguie. Six homiers were made,
"Babe" Ruthi collected No. 6 in his
home run camnpaigni, the veteran Tpom-
my rf.7hhi as of the White Sox being
the victim. Dugan of the Yankls also
smashid out <a four-base hlow irindtho'
t'urn Tr(vL' iT ve; helz,'I ,o.in ohAdiet];,I-

American Leagnue
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New York......,.....12
clevhand..............13
PFhiladelphlia.......... 8
St. Louis............12
WaVsinlgton..........17
Detroit............... 9
Boston..:.............6
Chicago........7
,aio;nal Leagule

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8
5
10
9
14
11
13

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1 ossibility that Clarence Cook .EVANSTON, May .-tSuffhle n a- lbackfieldshould be develop-.d .1- W'olvetrne every sTep of fthe distanlce.1
Little, presidlent of the Univer- A erial fora credlitablie backf,:ield but t r~1, such stars as Tiny Lewis an(C Str-eng~th rri11thie~lld events is 3plit
.iy a naei htptIlack of lin~leenboth in weigfht and ie G<(ustatfson will be hard to replace., c ~toamrer ked11: deg1 'ree, with,achi
duel with Joe Horner, former Inumblers is briefly the ouloowk lfor ,r ~t~ml epniilt ilic's empalcly cran t n
Wovrnetak ati,isn next fall in Northwe:stern ulnivrsitv's I
Iprospect as a re'sult of -a chal- i (talcapfloingteCOM t~ pon at 'zt. 1Walt Tlor.who it is ex- solne of .thelisi lac._ete ?Rasmus;
Ilenge issued by Horner, recent- 'jpin rcie pectad will have completely recovered IoC Ohio, for Iinstitce is coc(I'd anI
Ly oe a halne h ight -or nine backs from last yea1r's ffrominhis legu injury.l'fc
IMichigan president to a contestEI squad angumrented by a like number However, when it comes to dliscuss-eayfrtithdscswleCfe
in putting the shot at the Second obilcaresfmth fehanin-g the line the picture is not so and Carlson. Michigan's sole entry, are
Triennial in Grant park, ChicagoI ranks gives Coach Di('ki Hanle'y a promising. about on a par ton second.
Snext weer. nucleus around which to devlop r -lTh Wolverines sem assured of at
President Little, once known ruddbcfed eeo
as "Pete" ittledwhenhecworela. well V(teans who IYALE FAVOREDS REGATTA least live points in the hamlmer with
Cisntrack suit, was one of wilb-vial o uyaeClt Ketz, a consistent 1j55 footer, entered,
Crimbsot Wltigohnereohniin1Ithe cBllonld- NEW YORK, AMay .-The first bigwhl plyofOiSteisgn-
th etwih e ntecu- erwood, Will Lewis, and Ilarry DwieKent, fOhoSat s gnr
Itry during his college days, cap- I 'halfbacks; Yatz Levison, IBert Foxnandi day of the eastern intercollegiate row- ally picked to take second. WFilliamns of
taming the Harvard team. InE Shorty Rojan, quarterbacks andl John luig season comes tomorrow. : Michigan wvi light it out. wvith1 Galiac!
I1909 he won the Eastern inter- Ac I n 3sBrhrflbcs ae enyvniadClmi n abefrteohrpae
ta kigtng third. htpurhe te next year Hone Freshman backs who will graduate race on the Schuylkill river at Phila- Anson, Ohio's eratic juniper, should
tneeohette the Varsity squad and who shouldfo'teBak l!c Th take the high jump if he has one of his
Horner anee h1tte o service either on the first or i epi ~rteBakelcp. "h good" days unless Felker is agtain in-
___________________second team's are Bill Davis, John Icrurse is 1 1-2 miles. spired to better the G foot mark. Waldo
r1INNESOTA. - Twenty-two thou- McAnerny, B;ill Heuser, Bert Roil, Ed Leader, Coach of the Yale eighst, of Michigan and Coffee of the Buck team
sand invitations have been sent out to John Heeinzelman, Henry Bruder, RoyI which has won the cup for the las are also entered. Chapman and Amen-
alumni of the university in prepara- Lemming, Edward Jens. Vernon Jen- five years, b~elieves this year's combin- Idt will bear the Wolverine hopes in
tion for the annual "┬░Appreciation senl, "'Agato' Martin, Giriffen and Leo atioii may make it six in a row, al-I the broad jump with Anson and Crooks
day," when all former students return Hanley, brother' of Coach H-anley. thoutoh Yale is not generally fav- entered for Ohio.
to pay tribut~e to their alma mater. From the above candidates a strong oredl to winl.

I40W York......... .10 4
Brooklyn..... ...9 7
Cincinnati.......11 9
St. Louis............. 9 9
P'ittsbiirg.............9 <9
B"oston. .............. 7 9
Chiengo............. 9 12
Philadlelpia.......... 5 10
HOO4SIE3R NET TEAM

W* WIC * ,b Z LA.t.ttA. ~X/L TEST MVICHIANI
cag; o 14.
[~pmrs y Hae, ausr an Foi~, (Continued from Page Six)
all of the Athletics, marked a 10 to er Irixon or Davis in the fourth match,
5 victory over Detroit. Whitehill df while Moore will oppose the other
the Tigers went ouit in the third inning member of the team in the final sins.-
when JConnie Mlac's outfit scored six le.~.
runs. The sole exception to the heavyr The star lPoosier doubhles ceniTinan-,

SRM U r I After twvo weeks of trials, Ali
strom, G oodwvin, XMorse, and Shauwc
have been selected as to fcrmtnif
KB" Varsity golf team and htereaftf
will practice at the Barton 1111
Country (club.
These men have been chosen on
bas is of the most consistent go
shown in practice matches, and the
laces are necessarily permanent.
any ,of the men playing at the Ar
Arbor course show any marked i
provement 'they will have the right
challenge the. man playing numb
four on the "B" team to determine li
right to retain his place.
The following men playing at 11
l Ann Arbor course will be watched aT
'when their record warrants it, th,
will have the chance to meet one
"B" team members for his positlot
Crane, Glover, Goodspeed, Hall, Mo
rison, Rhodes, ,Schililer, Stern, Wate
bury, Wenzal, and Whyte.
~advertising
LET'S GC) CANOE1 Li C
NOTICE
A HALF-PRICE SUIT SALI~
A MANUFACTURER og exceli
clothing seld us his entire surpl
stock of spring' Suits at prices tl
enable us to offer them at jutst of
half thir actual value. Collegil
suist for college men who pine
snappy styles. Wcl have a wide
sortmiet tof patterns and ceolrin
beatutilully tailored, perfect fitti:
neatt appaeiing and well weari
Prices rang, from $19.50 upwar
T1'1lE F'iAIR f
200 wort i Main street
G. F. NAGEL
Watchmaker
Expert Repairing
217 South Main, St., Upstairs.
Wect-hFm-5ut
SITUATION wanted by experieni
cook in sorority or fraternity,
ginning. September, 1928. I
Ypsi 1550-J. 1610-61
RESPONSIBILE, dependable coun
connected with Univer sity;
children, would like to occu-py he
during owner's absence for starry
or longer. Be interested in ke
inglhome, and 'premises in sha
Board out. References. ]lox 4:

hitting came in the Boston-Cleveland
clash when Mac+'ayden ortidte FRed SOx
and H udlin of' the Indiians both hurled
a seven hit ga~ne, the lindians losing
3to 2.
Pittsburg inan away withi the hitting
honors for the day, in its gamne with
Boston. (Greenfield and Edwards were
pountded for 21 hits.

tion of Pike and Hines will run Up
against stiffer competition in Captain
Barton and Moore, 1927 Big Ten cham-
pions. Tjhe latter team has been play-
lug together for three years and is
rated as one of the best in the Confer-
once. Hlancy and Algyer, anoither 111-
defeated comblinationl, will meet Quinnr
and Nixon in the. secondl doubles.
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AIMERICAN LEAGIJ"I

Chic ago
New York
Thom'as
Collins.

000 100 210- 4 13 0
1501 211 00x--1.0 11 1
and rot*ilse; Pennock and3

fill

St. Louis 102 100 020- '6 11 2
' Washinigton 200 253 10x-13 13 3
Blaeholder:,,Wright, Nevers, Crowd-
Sen and Coffman; Lisenbee, Brown and
;! Tate.

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i~9e 4'/o40

itM

Detroit 010 000 202-5
Philadelphia 006 022 00x-10
Whitehill, Sullivan and Shea;
and Foxx.

13 2
12 2
Quinn

1

Cleveland
Boston
Iludlin and
and Hleving.

200 600 000- 2 1 0
000 210 00x-3 7 0
L. SewellI; MacFayden

Flowers
Are Plentiful

Home runs-Rutli, Yanks; Dugan,
Yanks; H-ale, Athletics; Hansem (2),
Athletics; Foxx, Athletics.

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''it~ies

NOTICE-We
Phone 4310.
St.

buy men's clot
jilS W. Washii
Wed-Fri-;

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Reasonable

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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,New York 130 016 000-11 19 2
Cincinnati 003 120 001- 7 13 0
Barnes, Faulkner and Hogan; Lu-
que, Edwards, Kolp andi Hargrave.

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Campus "florist

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1115 So. Uni'
Phone 7434~

versityj

SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICE

Boston 101 001
Pittsburgh 402 101
Greenfield, Edwards
Grimes and Gooch.

000- 3 9 1
14x-13 21 0
and Taylor;

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur D' Stalker, D.D., Minister
Parley C. Binghiani, Associate
Minister and Student Dilrector
10: 30-"1Whai; About Youth l"
'12: 00-Ralph Johnson wil lead the
Idiscussion class.
G:00-Miss Ruth Johnston, Grad.,
will speak in Wesleyan Guild.
Installation of officers.
7:30-Dr. Stanley Iligh of New
York will sp~eak on "Personal
Gimrpses from Cape Town to
Tokio."
THE UNITARIAN CHURCH

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
1Rev. R. Edwvard Satyles, Minister.
Howard It. Chapmian,
I i31nister for Students.
Centennial Sunday
10: 30-DEAN SHAILER M AT-
EWS will preach, the Anniver-
sary Sermon: "Is the Church Be-
ig 0)tgroimP1
12:00-Church Bible School.
12:00-Dean Mathews will speakr
to students at Guild IHouse, 503
East Huron (across from the
church).
4:15-MR. PALMIER CHRISTIAN
in organ recital on new organ.
All welcome.
6: 00-Frinedship and~ devotional
meeting at Guild H ouse. Mr.;
Singh w~,ill speak on "Glianudi and
India."
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division
Merle H. Anderson,' Minister
Dale H. Moore, Asswiate Minister
Mrs. Nellie B.' Cadwel
Secretary for Women.
9:30-Church School. Studentl
class led bk Dale 1-1. Moore.
10:45-Morning worship. Sermon
on "1Whten Boys Grow Up)-
Whant ?"
12:00-Student Class led by Prof.
1Howard McCluskcy.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-young People's Society.

Stagse and Huron Streets
Sidney S. Robins, Minister

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(1~vangelicalt Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Williams
G. A. Neumann, Minister
9:0{0 A. M.-Sunday School.
10:00 A. NM.-Regular morning
service.
11:00 A. M.-German sermon.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's Hour.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST
CHURCH OF TRUTH
318 E. Jefferson St.
Pastor, A. E. Brueek
3 th iAnnultContention
4 ~ o ike
1IC11iGAN TSTATE SPIRITUA.
ISTS' ASSOCIATION
Will Be HlU ittHiotel Statler,
Detroit. i1ieh.
May lt161 Iith, 112th andi 13th, 1928
PROl INIENT SPEAKERS
BANQUET, RECEPTION AND
DANCE
Oloening Session Thuirsday
M1orn lug, 10 O'clock
Lycefum 1Demonstra tion Sunday
Morning, 10. O'clock Sharp.
M1ess-age. Circles Sunday. 4 P. MW.
PUBLIC WELCOME
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division Street
10:30 a. m.-Regular Morning
5cr Vice; subject, 1"Ald11m and
11:45 a. in.--Sunday School follow-
ing the, morning service.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
State St. at Williams
Dr. Carl S. Patton,
Acting aMinister
0:30-Sunday School.
10:4.5-Morning. worship. Sermon
by Rev. Allison RI. Ileaps, fromn
Brooklyn, New YFork.
:30-Student, luncheon and meet-
ing. Miss Cynthia Smith, '26,
will 'speak on "Industry a:nd jthe
Social. Order."
All Uiniversity Students Are
Welco~me.
FST. ANDRE W S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rtector
Mtr. Thomats L. 11orris, ,Asrsisttant
Fourtlh Surnday After Easter
8:00 A. M.-H~oly Communion.
9:30 A. M.-loly Communion.
Service for students in Harri's
Hall, followed by b~reakfast.
11:00 A. M.--Ioly Communion and~
sermon by the Rev., William 0.4
Rtaymond.-
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(MtissourI Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Braner, .Pastor
REs. 1005 W. Washington St.
Siunday May 6
9:00 A. M.-Germ'an 'Sonon.
111:0 0 A. Te.-English sermon. "Our

T'YPING--Theses a specialty,.IR
sonable rates.' M. V. Harts
Dial 9387. C-Tl
TYPEWRITERS-Sales Ind Serv
All makes, large ana porta
bought, sold, rented, repaired.
machines and work guarauited.
business since 1908. 0. D. Mori
17 Nickels Arcade.'
FOR IE NT
FOR RENT--Furnishe'j 2room ap;
mont for, business women. Inge
226 Thompsonz or dial 6961.
159-6(
Feld MALE
FRATERNITY and roomilng hon
0. T. Albino, 106 East Hlut
Phone 5800.
FQR SALE--bld Towni canoe
equipment. ).Phone 9425 days,r
evenings. 160-6-
FOR SALE-W illy's-Knight cabri
coupe; used one week; f
cquiipped; priced right for qt
sale. Call Ypsi 572. 159-6(
WANTED
WANTED-Students to know that
Shoine laundr!y methods givey
clothes/ personal attention.
Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916,
WANTED-To rent a houise for
ternity p~urposes. Must acccnm
date from 20 to, 25 men. Spe
details. Michigan Daily, Box
153-59-60.-6
WARDROBE trunk, good, for c
'wanted. Ernest, c/o Daily lino.,Cd
LOST
LOST-Delta Sigma P1 fraternity
Return to W. F. Spencer, 1 502 C
bridge Road. Call 5518. Rewa
'LOST-Theta Chi Fraternity b
with crossed swords on cc
s~nak~e. Reward. Call Knuic
bocker, 21737. 159-6
LOST--One ticket to. ArchItf
party. Please call 3162 beforE
A. M. Reward.

May 6, 1928

10:45 a. m.-Morning
"Moral Courage:"

Service

4:30-Student group outdoor Pie-4
ilic.

LOST-Zeta Psi fraternity pin..
on back.- Liberal reward.
22050. James H. Kramer.

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HILLEL iPOUNDATION
41S E. UnIversity M)al 3779

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington fSt. and lFifth Ave.
May 6

LOST-Black leather notebook
Union, or :Ferry Field, Friday.
4633,
LOST-A law student notebook.
ward. Telephone 4714.
Subscribe.
Fcar
TSHE
XSTY01-U1 TC'!AVTY

tiunday, May 6

4:00 I'. M.--Services
by. P).I-lh; A fT ink-~

condutcted

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9: 00-Bible School.

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