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May 18, 1928 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-05-18

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~~Y, MAY 18, 1928. ~~~~~ THE MICHITGAN DSAILY _________________


To Broolyn; Bille 1
'1'wel fth Home
Mlalone, recruit pitcher
Cubls to first place in1
Icaigue yesterday by bl
Bravc3., 2-0, Altle Cincir
Brooklyn, thus breaking
Rabe Ruth poIld out
h m ru of t e s aofence-busting teammate,
also hit for the circuit,
Yankees to upset St. Lou
Athletics lost ground by
close one to the White St
troit continued its losi]
droappinig another to the 13
.AmericaRi nLeag
Cleveland.......031 103
Washiington .....100 002

"s Iteds., L ose
Ilth 1I1iI'.
rhurled the
the National
Tanking the
nnati lost: toj
the two-wayj
his twelfth
n, whilehi
Lou Gehrig,
helping the
is, 4-3. The
tdropping a!
pox, 6-5. De-j
nig ways by
led sox.
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00- 39 21
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100- 3 0 2
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on S unday all clay, up to 8:30 in the evening,

Chicago ........000 000G
Athletic.......000 210
Detroit .........101 000
Boston .........103 001 X

St. Louis .......011 000 010-
New York.....000' 111 001-
Brooklyn......001 000 201-
Cincinnati ......010 100 000-



Boston...... 00 000 000- o' 5 1
Chicago...... 0:100 000- 2 9 1
Rome Eves
American League: Blue (St. Louis) ;
!Gehrig, uth (New York) ; Hauser
(jAthletics); Fonseca, Uhle~ (Cleve-
land); Bluege '(Washington). Na-
tional league: Wlison (Chicago).
'(Continued from page sx)
,team or the other to have no chance
at all. It is with experts all against
them and faced with the task of up-
.setting the dope against oe of the
best squads ever assembled at lli-
nois that the following men will leave
for Urbana: Capt. Buck Hester, Grd-
sky, Seymour, Muger, Lamont,
Lteonard, Morgoq, Wuerfrl, Cooper,
*.J1ones, Kinney,Felker, Waldo, Erick-
son, Arendt, Poorman, Carlson, Wid-
-man, Knapp, Beaman, etz, MArthur,
and Williams.
In addition "to tese men there will
be Coach Steve Farrell, Trainer M-
)Donald, Manager Poole, and possibly
-Freese, 440 man, if his 'ankle is in
condition so that he can compete.
HUNSTANTON.-Doroty Campbell
4Hurd, the last American survivor in
the British Women's open golf
'Tourney, was put out by Judith Fow-
-1er,'3 and 2.
Openings for a few morc members in the
have occurred. This is a Personaly Con-
dueled Tour where second class rail, good
hotels, auto and carriage trips, admissions
to galleries and museums, services of guides
and transportation of baggage is included.
60 DAYS - ONLY $635
Nine countries visited. Leave June 9 or 23.
Local people already booked.
Sightseeing, Automobile Tours and Meals
=begin the first day at Montreal, here three
meals are included. The next ay, five hours
at Quebec, then Liverpool, Chester, London
five days, Brussels, Hague, Amsterdam,
4steamer down the Rhine, Wiesbaden, Heidel
oberg, Lucerne, Interlaken, Montreux, Zurich,
,.Munich, Salzburg, Vienna, Nurenberg,
Leipzig, Dresden, Berlin, Cologn, Paris five
adays, then to Montreal or New York. Italy
may be included if desird
This is an ideal tour, being ably conducted,
Eaffording comfortable accommodations and
especially congenial surroundings at a min-
imum cost. Better hotels and more private
crides than usual. In this Escorted group,
stravel is accomplished without responsibility.
List of hotels and folders by applying to
n Phone 6412
Agent for All Steamship Lines to Europe,
Orient, Up the Lakes, Tfours to
Yellowstone, New York, etc.
"Over 1,000 T'ours to Cose From"
601 R. Huron St. Ann Arbor
kWaxes Poetic
Over Favorite
a Tobacco
04 "A Prescription"
fHave you ever noticed
10riht after a meal
t Howtired and lazy
you always feel?
I'm telling you folks
it isn't a joke,
It will freshen you up
if you try a good smoke.
But whate~er you do
' these lines you mst heed,
There's a certain tobacco
of course, that you need.
It's parked in a tin,
the tin's colored blue.
Not only the smoking
but the chewing kind too.
Of cours if you never
are bothered this way,
Just kcp the prescription
for sonmc other day.
Ask for tobacco,
the liestthat's on earth;
To shor-n the story,

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