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Good Pitching Marks Big League Ball Games

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natrAV 'EA 'R"N Interest Centered ALL-CAMPUS TOURNEYS IN
BnML[S BEAT nuwriN
In Mile And 4 Mile I GOLF, HORSESHOES TO
ON BRANOT'S HURLING Relays At Lawrence ntry lists close today for the Matches will
tenns, golf, and horseshoe tourna- play. Last fa
(Special To Thelyi) ments being staged by the Intra- and it is ho
_ etroit Drops Third InxSeries To LAWR , , l mural department as part of its Horseshoc
Indians' As ;W hite Sox Tarn L W E C , u , pispring actvites. Alr ady theon re
Tables On St. Louis Wide interest is centered on the names of many entries are on the interest
mile and four mile relay races of lists, with the prospects bright for this sterec
JIAFEY GETS TWO HOMERS the Kansas Relays here Saturday, a very active all-campus season. has been e
as teams are entered in both sf In the all-campus tennis tourna- staged on the
Exceptionally good hurling for ciently fast to make the breaking ientin enha e signified nh the west en
the most part marked yesterday's of a world or intercollegiate rec- while about 10 are entered in the building. Two
games in the American and Nation- ord possible. doubles. Anyone on the campus received to da
al leagues. The prize effort of the The one mile relay field is com- who is not a member of the Varsity about 10 dou
day was Brandt's victory over the posed of 16 teams, with Chicago or who has never received a letter pete. The fal
Brooklyn Dodgers, when he held and Missouri looming as the favo- may compete Last f1al t t in J. O. Kelly
them to three bingles. rite on known records this season. ment honors went to Bob Beal, now nors while
Waite Hoyt, veteran Yankee Chicago won the mile relay at the a member of the Varsity, ho won took the d
twirler, won a pitching duel from Texas Relays in 3:18.3 seconds, Kelly is signe
overFrd raeamebroth
Jack Quinn when he held the Ath- Texas A. & M. finishing in order, freshman team Inmte rdoue again this sp
letics to four hits and beat them At the Dallas relays Missouri won Kaufman and Harris defeated of the tourneS
by a 2 to 1 score. The Detroit in slower time, with Northwestern Brace and Reindel for the chain- ing cups to th
Tigers bowed before the attack of and Nebraska following. At the pionship. It is expected by the ito the runner
the Cleveland Indians again while Illinois relays the order of the fin- time the lists close today that 100
the Chicago White Sox finally de- ish in the mile relay was Chicago, will be entered. CHICAGO.-
feated the St. Louis 1owns. In Missouri, Indiana and Iowa. In dddition to the all-campus defeated the 1
this game Crouse and Metzler hit The collegiate record for the one tournament a specialhtournament 10-2, recently
home runs in the eighth inning, mile relay is 3 inins.,16.9 seconds, is being run off for the freshmen,.yloepai
Welsh of the Giants and Williams held by Iowa since 1923. The Kan- Entry in this division is open to ase playi
of the Phillies also hit for the cir- sas relays record for the mile re- any freshman on the campus. roon errors.
cuit while Chick Hafey of the Card- lay is 3:20, held by Iowa. Reichelson took the honors in last -
inals smashed out two homers in The leading four-mile relay year's tournament and is now a
the game with Cincinnati. teams so far as known perfor- member of the Varsity squad. The'
AMERICAN LEAGUE mances go are Illinois, Indiana, doubles winners were Feerer and
R H E Iowa State, Oklahoma and Notre Levy. So far about 20 yearlingsCO
Detroit .......000 300 010-4 8 2 Dame. Illinois, with its great have signed up in the singles while
Clevelapd ....000 001 33x--7 9 1 quartet of milers that ran in 17 only about four doubles combina-
Sorrel!, Prudhomme and Shea; minutes 40.2 seconds at Texas to tions are entered.,
Hudlin, Ferrell and Sewell. beat the intercollegiate record, will Any student golfer except mem-
Philadelphia ....000 001 000-1 4 0 be the favorite to repeat at Kan- j bers of the Varsity squad or former
New York ......000 000 11x--2 5 0 sas, but Indiana has pressed the lettermen may sign up for the all-
Quinn and Cochrane; Hoyt and Illini so close in races this year that campus tournament which will get
Grabowski. the Hoosiers will be carefully under way soon. It is planned to
Boston .......".000 000 010-1 5 1 watched. The intercollegiate rec- have a qualifying round and then an I
Washington ...110 001 00x-3 7 1 ord for the four-mile relay is 17 elimination tournament. Matches
Morris, Durham and Heving; minutes 45 seconds, set by Illinois wills be played over the University
Berry; Marberry and Tate. in 1922. 1 course and at a reduced price..
Chicago ......000 000 041-5 8 0 ___
St Louis ......000 130 000-4 8 2
Faber, McKain, Dugan and i
Crouse; Coffman,. Blaeholder, Ste-
wart and Schang. II .. or "

TENNIS
START NOW
consist of 18 holes of
all about 32 competed
ped that this spring
ompetition is open to
e campus. Consider-
has been shown in
,ently and comfpetition
en. Contests will be
Intramural courts at
d of the Intramuir l
enty entries have beeh
te in the singles while
bles teams will con-
1 tournament resulted
taking the individual
Shepherd and Wilson
oubles champonship.
ed up for the singles
ring. Awards in all
ys will consist of lov-
e winners and medals
s-up.
-Kalamazoo Normal
University of Chicago,
in a game marked
ng, including five Ma- 1

GOLFERS TO QU ALIFY
FOR PLACESO**N TEAM
Aspirants for places on the golf
squad will play 18 holes at the Ann
Arbor Golf club April 22, 23, and
24. The 16 entries with the lowest
scores will automatically become
members of the squad. Pairings
for the matches will be made at
the club house.
Playing privileges at Barton Hills
will be given the eight lowest qual-
ifiers while the next eight will re-
ceive playing privileges at the Ann
Arbor Golf club. It is planned by
Coach Ray Cdurtwright to have any
member of the eight at Ann Arbor
Golf club challenge number seven
or eight of these at Barton Hills
and if the number seven or eight
man is defeated, he will exchange
places with the one who defeats
him. This also gives any man on
the squad a chance to play on the
team if his playing form warrants

C LASSIFIET
ADVERTISING
WHITE woman cook. Good in gen-
eral pastry and salads. Position
in Sorority or fraternity prefer-
red. City ref'cs., Box 50. 123456
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished four
room apartment, open June 15.

Dial 3403. 209 N. Ingalls.

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RNWELL COAL COK.E
SCranton, Pocahontas
Kentucky and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business ha. been growing ever
since it was established. The secret--
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
Customers." We believe it pays to do
busiaess in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's get together.
IWELL GOAL - COKE

NOTICE-Costumes for the Archi-
tect Ball rented or made. Spald-
ing's Costume Shop, Wuerth Ar-
cade, second floor. 13513
WANT 25 men of average intelli-
gence and . more than average
ambition who must earn next
year's expenses during the com-
ing summer months. A proven
44-year average will show you
how you may earn between $500
and $1,000 in three months. Call
W. R. Thurnau, 7517 afer 8:30
p. m. for appointment. 246
1928 Chevrolet Coach, ball crank
bumpers, upholstery and paint
like new. Only driven 8,000 miles.
1927 Chevrolet Coach, in wonderful
condition with new tires.
1926 Chevrolet Coupe, overhauled
and in good running condition.
See this one for a real bargain.
1925 Ford Coupe, disc wheels, good
paint and rubber, $95.00.
HURON VALLEY CHEVROLET
INCORPORATED
Store-206 E. Huron
Lot-332 E. Liberty
Phone 7280 1256
Here is Opportunity KNOCKING.
A salary and commission position
open for school man while at-
tending school and during sum-
mer vacation. Must have confi-
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. 345
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.
WE ARE taking the contracts now
for renovating mattresses and pli-
lows during summer vacation.
Reduced prices for large order.
T.S. COLVIN
Phone 6652 135
TYPING--..Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.

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.
uarge stock, best service, consd-
crate 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
titter cutter and tailor.
Kollauf The Tailor
1152 So. Main
Over Walk-Over Shoe Store
456c
WANTED
HELP WANTED-Several Fresh-
men or Sophomores to begin sum-
mer work June 12. Make per-
sonal application Tuesday, April
23, Room 304 Michigan Union. 561
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 SALE

FOR SALE
Call 5800r

OR RENT-Apartment.
or evenings, 6858. c

LOST

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LOST-Green Schaeffer
pen. Liberal reward.

fountain
Dial 22491
561

NATIONAL LEAG UE
New York ... 700 302 002-14 20 0
Philadelphia ..300 001 100-- 9 4
'itzsimmons, May and O'Farrell;
Roy, Collins and Lerian.
(Morning Game)
Brooklyn ......000 000 500-5 6 2
Boston,.......000 002 301-6 0 1
(Afternoon Game)
Brooklyn......001 000 000-1 3 1
Boston .......000 103 01x-5 9 0
Vance, Dudley and Deberry, Hen-
line; Brandt and Spohrer.
St. Louis ... .200 102 103-9 12 2
Cincinnati ...010 120 000-4 10 2
Doak, Haid and Wilson; Kolp,
Kemer, Zalfnizer and Sukeforth.
Pittsburgh at Chicago-Rain.

vv iiiiam riocurein (xions
Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating,

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LOST-Bracelet with rhine and blue
stone flower design, wrist-watch
shaped. Reward to finder. Please
call 5568, after 5 p. m. 345
LOST-Shell rimmed glasses in
black case at Huron at 12th or
Liberty near Maynard. Phone
University 37. 345
LOST-A woman's Greup wrist
watch with initials M. N. S. Re-
ward. Phone 8156. 345
LOST-Ladies gold Conklin pencil,
engraved "Nettle." Finder, call
9639. 345
FOUND - Pair of bone rimmed
glasses in a black U. of M. Health
Service case. Inquire at Daily
Office.

Repairing

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OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK
Phone, Office: 4514551 Yard Office: 5152

I. bone 5014

211 S. Fourth Ave.

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 a. m.-Morning Worship.
Minister: Rev. Samuel J. Har-
rison. Sermon Subject: "Veiled
Realities."
12 m.-Three Bible Classes for
Students at Wesley Hall.
6:00 p. m.-Wesleyan Guild De-
votional Meeting.
7:30 p. m.-Wesleyan Guild Lec-
I ilre. Speaker: Dr. Joseph M.
M. Gray. Subject: "The
Church's New World.".
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women
10:45 a. m.--Morning worship.
Sermon: "The Unknown Com-
rade."
5:30 p. i--=-Social hour for young
people.
6:30 p. in.-Young people's Meet-
ing. leader: Ralph Kearns.
HILLEL FOUNDATION
615 E, uniiversity Mal 3779
1 p. ir-Lane hall Dr. Solomon
lam. F'reehof of Chicago, will

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, University
Pastor
10:30 a. m.-Dr. Gordon S. Sea-
grave of India will speak.
12 m.-The Church School.
12 m.-Student group. at Guild
House. Mr. Chapman, leader.
6:15 p, m-Installation of New
Officers.
6:30 p. m.-Address by Dr. Sea-
grave.
7:30 p. m.-Social Hour with re-
freshments.
Be
cornaistet
in
your
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BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard
and Williams
9-Sunday School.
10-English Service. Sermon
topic, "The Open Windows of
Prayer."
11-German Service. Sermon
topic, "The Open Windows of
Prayer."
7-Young People's Hour.
8-Membership Class,
A.ttend
church
regularly
on1
Sundays
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. m.-Regular Morning
service. Sermon topic, "Doc
trine of Atonement."
11:45 a. m.-Sunday School fol-
lowirjg the mornin. service.

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William St.-
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
10:45-Morning Service. Sermon
mon topic: "The Awakening
Angel."
5:30-Student Fellowship.
Professor Harley Bartlett- a
illustrated lecture on a.Metho.
dist mission in Sumatra.
ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
8 00 a. m.-Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m.-Student Holy Coin=
munion in the Chapel. Harris
Hall.
9:30 a. m.-The Church School.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Service and
Prayer. Address by Mr. Victor
P. Blaine of the Near East Re-
lief.
7:30 p. m.-Evening Service at
Harris Hall.

From old kettle to new world

S OMEBODY has to believe in the big
possibilities of little things. James Watt
saw the lid of his tea-kettle dance-and today
our civilization is built lartr y on steam.
In the field of communication, Bell saw
the possibilities of a little vibrating diaphragm.
'Today irotn he telephone at his elbow
a mian talk to his next-door ilhbor or

across the continent, just as he chooses.
Men in the telephone industry, in com-
mercial and administrative as well as techni-
cal work, are constantly proving that little
suggestions, little ideas, little changes, when
smoothly fitted into the comprehensive
plan, may be big in possibilities of better
public service.

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
e C. Stelihoa Pastor
1a. mx.-Bibh' Class,

ST.
Third

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PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
and West Liberty Street
C. A. Brauer, Pastor

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EILL SYSTEM

0:00 a:im.-Service. in German.

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