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I~A~ APRIL 19, 1929 Tt-1~ MICHIGANT DAILY

VARSITYLOOK
YtITH BAT IN
(Continued FromI
The failure of the W
connect more frequent
ball was gomewhatn g
after the way the tear
the southern training
hitting for a team ave
in the South, Coach]
horts batted the ball a
rate of .143 in the
opener.
Myron and McCoy, t
men in the Michigani
formed capably. The
cepted some difficult
short without an error
Coy showed that he ha
ities at first base. Asbe
control for his initial Bi
only walking two men,
eight by the strikeout

"'HOME RUNS MARK DAY IN MAJORS;
BROWNS KEEP UP WINNING STREAK
A barrage of home runs rattled(the powerful attack of the Cleve-
off the bats of eleven major league { land Indians, going under vy a
stars in yesterday's games in the score of 8 to 4.
Page 6) American and National leagues.-
Jolverines to Nine of the homers were hit in thejAMERICAN IEAUE
tly with the older circuit, while the American AM CA L U
r asuprieF league members were responsible
f upiefor three. Those to collect circuit1 R. H. B.
rn batted on clouts were Ruth, Gehrig, and Bluel Detroit......110 001 100- 4 10 0
tCleveland .A.e.n.013 004 0x- 8 15 2
rage of .295 son, Hendricks, Bissonnette, Her- Carrll, Barnes, Yde and Phil-
Fisher's co- man, O'Doul, 2; Hurst, and Benton l -.RSH.eEl
Fihr' o R. H. E.
t the feeble in the National. Chicago .001 000 000- 1 6
Conference 1 The St. Louis Browns maintained St. Louis ... .001 030 00x- 4 5 2
r their perfect record by defeating Lyons and Autry; Ogden and
the Chicago White Sox for the third schang.
he two new consecutive time. The game re- R.H.E.
infield, per- solved itself into a hurling duel be-B..H--
former ac- tween Lyons of the White Sox andsNew York....100 303 00x- 7 8 0
chances at Ogden of the Browns. New York's Ruffing, Gaston and Berry; Pip-
, while Mc- f'World champion Yankees swung in- gras, Heimach and Grabowski.
s potential- to action again by trouncing sthe..
ck had good Boston Red Sox, 7 to 3. Pipgras IR.dH.pE.
.g Ten game and Heimach collaborated in hold- Philadelphia 000 060 020- 8 11 0
and retiring ing the Sox to three bingles. I Walberg and Cochrane; Hadley,
route. The Detroit Tigers succumbed to Campbell, Burke and Ruel.
OPTICAL
DEPARTMENT
Lensea and Frames made
assortment ofTo Order
SkOptical Prescriptions.
Filled
C sHA JERS
STIC State St. Jewelers

NATIONAL LEAGUE '
R. 1 E.
Pittsburgh .. 100 000 000-- 1 4 ,
Chicago ..... 104 030 03x-11 13 1
Petty, Frence and Hemsley; Blake
and Gonzales. R. H. E.
St. Louis ... 012 000 000- 3 9 0

Cincinnati .. .000 000 010- 1 7 2 liott and Deberry; Smith, Cooney
Haines and Smith; Luque, Ash and Collins. R. H. E.
and Dixon, Sukeforth. New York ...000 220 016-11 14 1
H. H. E. Philadelphia 000 300 105- 9 14 3
Brooklyn ... 001 034 022-12 19 4 Hubbell, Benton and Hogan,
Boston......203 150 02x-13 12 0 O'Farrell; Willoughby, Benge, Me-
Clark, Moss, Dudley, Pattison, El- ;Graw and Davis.

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C LASS IID
CADVERTISING
POSITION WANTED
WHITE woman cook. Good in gen-
eral pastry and salads. Position
in Sorority or fraternity prefer-
red. City ref'cs., Box 50. 123456

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Adler Collegi1an
and Sparton
Give You Men the Best
Suits and Topcoats Possible
F you know good Clothes-or if you want
to know good Clothes-then we invite you
to see these quality Spring Suits and Topcoats.
Test them by direct comparison-shop where
you will. Measure style for style, fabric for
fabric, tailoring for tailoring--and value for
value! In this Special Showing we feature
highly selected Suits, representing more value
than it was possible to give in previous years.
Their fine quality mean longer wear-keeps
their style looking rights-andI resis in greaiter
satisfaction.
2 PANT SUITS $35 to $50
TOPCOATS $30 and $35
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Here is Opportunity KNOCKING.
A salary and commission position
open for school man while at-
tending school and during sum-
mer vacation, Must have confl-
dence in himself, have good
standing at school and be cap-
able of handling men. Big in-
come for the right man. Man-
hattan Woolens, Inc., Duluth,
Minnesota.n345
NOTICE
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
H. BENJAMIN
1215 E. Washington. Phone 4310
134 c
PIANO TUNING--The Concert Art-
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Not with any
music house. Exclusive piano
tuner for the University School
of Music. Office at residence.
1608 Morton Ave. 234(
NOTICE - Home Laundry - So.
water used exclusively; called foi
and delivered. Superior Home
Laundry. Phone 8190. 234C
NOTICE-Beautiful spring line of
Axminister and Wilton rugs.
Koch & Henne. C
PERSONAL ATTENTION LIKE
HOME AT A SAVING OF 10%
WITH CASH CARD. DIAL 3916,
MOE LAUNDRY, 204 N. MAIN.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuf , Diai 9387.
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Strings . . Supplies
.. Repairs .
for all Musical Instruments
Schaeberle & Son
MUSIC HOUSE
110 S. Main St.

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TYPEWRITER SERVICE - New
Corona, Royal, Underwood, Rem-
ington portables, also used large
and portable typewriters of all
makes bought and sold, rented,
exchanged, cleaned, repaired.
;arge stock, best service, consid-
erate prices. Phone 6615. 0. D.
Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
Tommie Mack, A.B., Director
310 S State Phone 7927 C
SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and
dry screened. Telephone 7112,
Killins Gravel Company. 456
FREDERICS PERMANENT is now
$8.50 at Raggedy Ann Beauty
Shop. Call 7561. 456
SUITS and Topcoats strictly made
to order from the best quality
merchandise by an experienced
fitter cutter and tailor.
Kollauf The Tailor
1152 So. Main
Over Walk-Over Shoe Store
45d6

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WANTED

SENIORS
ORDER YOUR
CAPS
AND
GO VS
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WANTED -One second hand canoe.
Good condition. Phone 4231. MIss
Peck. Thr Fri
WANTED-A job for a competent
young man, tending to the odd
jobs about the liouse in return
for his room - good references.
This would be for the college
year of 1929-30. Please Write
Box 36. 234
WANTED-8- men for good hard
outdoor work this summer. $40
per week. Call Edward R. Nell at
4121, Extension 228 around 5 p.m.
456
WOOD -WOOD -WOOD.
Call 9534 C
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished four-
room apartment, electric refriger-
ation during summer or year. Dial
3403. 209 N. Ingalls. 4
FOR SALE

The New Drury
The man who appreciates fine clothes will accept the Drury as fault-
less in design and tailoring.
The Drury . . .i new 2-button suit developed this season 6-y Thos.

Heath .

. has many new features, more important of which are the

unusually soft front coat and graceful, long rolling, notched lapels.
The Drury typifies a new venture in clothes designing which require:s

the finest tailoring and the use of the best quality hymo cloth

in the

lapels and coat front. Stiff, unwieldy fabrics cannot be used in attaining
the smart lines of this coat.
The trousers are cut slightly vhigher wasted, to be worn with braces
if desire d
The prices of T I L1t11 Ready--o i -onl - o i I& areliI nr tI blyond the
r oge (f pruiIdiln 1 y il

FOR RENT-Double and single
rooms, quiet home, also garage.
425 So. Division. 234
FOR SALE OR RENT-Apartment.
Call 5800 or evenings, 6858. C
FOR SALE-Silver plated mellow-
phone; gold bell; excellent condi-
tion. Will sell very reasonably.
Apply Tommy Towner, Sigma Nu
House. 234
OST
LOST Bracelet with rhine and blue
stone flower design, wrist-watchi
shaped. Reward to finder. Please
call 5568, after 5 p.im. 34
LOST-Shell rimmed glases in
black case at Huron at 12th or
Liberty near May iurId. Ph ione
University 37. 345
LOST-A woman's Greun wrist
watch with initials M. N. S. nMe-
ward. Phone 8156. 345
LOST-Ladies gold Conklin pencil,
engraved "Nettie." Finder, call
9639. 345.
LOST-Rider Fountain Pen with
Sname Hol~lister Mablev o nit.

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