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RDAY, MAY 19, 1928. -

'"tE MICHIGAN [DAILY c

FAILS, TO CINCH 1P IffVTlP
GA tME ii h 0focedl ll of the Am
c tic-a n Lcag ue .teamus to take a dlay of
rertf, ihd not affect the games sched- (Continued from page six)
fbledl in the National League and all 7 to 5 quite common. Toro and
Seight teams saw action. Cincinnati Strollin~g were also prominent in the
took a hectic game from Brooklyn, wage ring. Tihe early speed of Reigh
after° trailing the Reds seven innings,! Count has been under question rc-
Jablonowski, former Michigan hurler, peatedly, it being held that the big
entered the game in tihe seventh for chestnut I's slow to get under way.
Cincinnati and held tile Robins score- With a large field, considerable diffi-
less dluring the res~t of the game while culty in working into a contendin~g po-
lis team mates held a batfest ill the sition might be experienced.
eighth and annexed five counters to All doubts as to Reigh Count's abil-
wvin the contest, 7 to 6. ity on a muddy track were dispelled
New York, with Beaton in the box, in hlis practice runs. Thursday, in a
wvon another gan'e from St. Louis, blinding rain storm, the Chicago en-
10 to 6. try appearedl to be right at hlome in

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CLASSIFIED AIDS PAY

Phillies
Pittsburgh
Pitchers:
Pittsburg.

200 000 002-4 7 2
002 030 Olx-6 12 1
Miller, Phillies; Kremer,

New York 203 300 110-10 12 1
St. Louis 011 001 300- 6 10 3
Pitchers: Beaton:, New York; Alex-
ender, Haid, St. Louis.
Brooklyn 213 000 000-6 9 0
Cincinnati 200 000 05x-7 15 2
Pitchers: Elliot, Moss, Br~ooklyn;
Mays, Edward, Kalp, Joblonowski,
Cincinnati.
Boston 000 100 000-1 5 1
Chicago 002 100 00x-3 8 0
Pitchers: Brandt, Delaney, Boston;
.Nehf, Chicago.
Home runs: Cuyler, Chicago;
*Hornsby, Boston; Herman, Brooklyn;
Ott, New York; Bottomly, St. Louis:I
-SIX ASEBALL GAME
IN CONFERENCE TODAY
(Continued firom ,page six)
'although the heavy footing has made
at least four of the other entrants
more dangerous competitors. Toro,
Distraction, Pette Wrack, and Strol-
.ling Player, all eastern horses, are
"-given a better chance on a muddy
track than on a dry one.
Th~e favorite, Reigh.Count, still was
the leader in the betting circles. He
has 'held at Sto 5 =in' most places, with1
duty, is given a slight edge over the;
Illini, whose only capable hurler is
Stewart.
Purdue, holder of third place in the
standings, will oppose the lowly Nor-
-thwestern team. Avictory over the '
Wildcats will advance the Boi lerm'ak-
ers to second place provided Iowa
10ses one of its contests to Illinois.

First-Class
Shoe
Repairing
Expert 'Workmanship
CLARK'S HOE
REPAIRER
321 'South State

SU.N.DAY CHURCH SERVICE

See the rug' which has been
on the sidewalk in front of
Quarry's, corner of State
Street and North University
Avenue. Thousands have
walked over it* in the last
ten days. Examine it to see
if it is showing wecar.
I have six honest serving men
(Thiey fttu hit mie all I knew)
Their mntmes are what and Why
and When,
And How and Where and Who.
__-Kipling'.
What-An .heirloom Chinmese
Ru ig.
W1113 -No niatter how high a
price you, pay you can get no-
ii here a inore exquisite rug.
When? -N ow,
How ?-For cash or with a year
to pay.
Wito ?-Merriek's.
Where ?-928 Church St., Ann
Arbor.

FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W Stalker, D.D., Minister
Parley C. Bingham, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10 :30-"hleligion's FYstival"
12:00-Ralph Johnson will speak
to the Student Bible Classes.
6: 00-Wesleyan Guild Devotional
Meeting.
7:30-Thomas E. Black New
Testament Oratorical Contest
Finals. Five students will give
speeches in competition.

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THE UNITARIAN CHU]
State and Huron Streets
Sidney S. Robins, Mniste
May 20
Morning Service
Topic, "The Ten Comniandmm
(A review of a book by C
Moehiman.)
5:45-Candlelight supper.
6:45-Prof. C. D. Thorpe
speak.

IRCHI
ent&,~
onr ad
will'

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. R. Edward Sayles, Minister.
Howard R. Chapiman,
.Minister for Students.
10:30-Worship and sermon by'
Mr. Sayles, "The Worth of Wafr-
ship1."4
12:00-Church Bible School.
12:00-Student group at Guild!
House. Mr. Chapman.
5:30-Friendship Hour.
6:30-Devotional. George Preu-~
-ser, Grad. will speak on "The
Unique Contributioni of Chris.
tianlly."4
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division
Merle Ii. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate Minister'
*Mrs. Nellie B. Cad well
Secretary for Women.
9 :30-Church School. Student
*Class led by Dale H. Moore.
10 :45-Mtorning Worship. Sermon
on "Thme Musie of Life."
5:30-Social 'hour and supper.
6:30--Y6ung People's Society. In-
stallation of new officers and
cabinet.
~a
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
Rev. Stellhorn

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of 1V. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Williams
G. A. Y~eumiann, Minister
9:00 A. M.-Sunday School.
10:00 A. M.-Regular morning
service.
11:00 A. M.-Germlan sermon:
6:30 P. M.-Young People's Hour.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST
CHURCH OF TRUTH
318 E. Jefferson St.
7 :30 P. M."Inflinite Intelligence:,
Friday, 8 P. M.-Message meeting.
Sunday service 7:30 P. M.
Sermon, followed by messages.
Friday' evening, 8 P. M., message
meeting.
Paistor, A. E. Brimeck

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NOTICE
Openings for a few morcenebers' in the
STAR TOUR
have occurre,,. This is a Personally Con-
du~cted Tou- where second class rail, good
hotels, autj and carriage trips, admissions
to galleries and museums, services of guides
and transportation of baggage is included.
60 DAYS - ONLY $635
Rine ccuntries visited. Leave June 9 'or 23.
Local people already" booked.
Sightsceing, Automobile Tours and Meals
begin the first day' at Montreal, where three
meals are included. The next day, five hours
at iuec, then Liverpool, Chester, London
five (lays, Brussels, Hfagne, Amsterdam,
steametr-down the Rhine, NWiesbaden, Heidel"
berg , Lucerne, I nterlaken, Montreux, Zurich,
Mu:nich, Salzburgr, Vienna, Nuremiberg,
LepiDresden, Berlin, 0ologne, Paris five
dsthen to Mlontreal oor New York. Italy
m-ay he included if desired.
i , I nida our, heiiig alyS'conduicted,

HILLEL FOUNDATION

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 Southm Division Street

615 E. University

IMI 97791

Sunday May, 20
4:15 P. M.-Judge Mary B. Gross-~

10:30 a.
Service.

m.-Regu'Iar Morning
Subject, "Sol and

Body,"

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