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*THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Purple Spring Teams iTV GOFR L Sp tr-
To . UI- LINHL O IlLD N I ST PL L , Face Heavy ScheduleL ITY I; G ______L_ _t__t _
ATHLETICS TAKE MEASURE OF BOSTON 244 EVAN , Ill., ay NorthMTILLINISTUR (Continued From Page Six)
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Indians Lose Fifth Straight;
Hits Two Homers For
Athletics

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Detroit, Chicago, Washington,
and New York spent the day in
idleness.
After thirteen innings of play
the Chicago-Cincinnati encounter
in the National League found the
score tied at four all. The Cubs
had' to catch a train so the game
was declared a tie. The Red Sox
collected thirteen hits and went
errorless while the Cubs collected
ten hits and made a couple of er-
rors.
Pittsburgh and St. Louis tied at
the end of the thirteenth with
four runs apiece.I
New York, Brooklyn, Boston, and
Philadelphia were idle.

AMERICAN LEAGU
St. Louis ......000 130 000-
Cleveland ....100 100 001-
Crowder; Ferrell, Hollowo
Athletics ...440 1010 023-
Boston .....200 000 400-
Pirates .200 000 002 000 0-
Grove; Gaston,.Durham,
No games-Detroit,
Washington, New York.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cubs .. .004 000 000 000 0-
Reds . . .000 101 002 000 0-
Bush, Root; Luque.
Cards . .011 020 000 000 0-
Hill, Swetonic, Brame; S

western'sfour spring sport teamsj
E face a busy week end of competi-
R H E tion with meets scheduled with
-4 10 0 conference teams, all of them be-
)8 1I ing away from home. The tennis
24 29 0 team faces the longest trip, being
- 6 13 5 scheduled to meet Minnesota at
-4 15 4 Minneapolis Saturday. The track
Carrol. and golf teams go to Columbus
Chicago, where the former competes Satur-
day in the Ohio relays and the golf
team opposes Ohio State on the
SH 11 Esame day. The match will be the
first of the season for the Purple
-4 10 2 golfers.
-4 13 0 Coach Paul Stewart's baseball
team will journey to Iowa City
-4 14 2 where they take on the Hawkeyes
herdel. in a return game.

same race.
(Continued From Page Six)
matches this year. Royston, a so- Notre Dame held the strong,
phomore, has showed that he is to Hoosier baseball team to a 5-5 tiej
be considered seriously -whenever in a game played Tuesday at South
the team is picked by his work in I Bend. Several times during the
the two practice meets, and in the course of the contest, both players
rounds played with the other and spectators were forced to leave
members of the squad. the field due to heavy showers.
In Detroit against the Oakland,
Hills team Royston led all of the ' The Chicago White Sox con-
players with a fine 76 over the tinued their winning streak
wind swept, soggy course. Again, Tuesday at the expense of the
Tuesday at Barton Hills he tied;gIeveland Indians, taking their
with Johnnny Bergelin for low fourth game in a row. A freak
score among the Varsity players f i
with a 75, on his trip around the double play in the seventh in-
difficult lay out.. ping was the feature of the

Purple Wins Again,
Overturning PurdueI
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, May 2.-Northwestern
continued its role as giant killer
today by virtually eliminating Pur-
due from the Big Ten baseball
championship race with a 6 to 5
victory.
The Boilermakers tied the score
in their half of the ninth inning
when "Pest" Welch singled to
scorcf Mills, but Northwestern came
back with the winning run on Ohl-
phant's single, a sacrifice and Ro-
j an's single to enter.
It was the secondstraight defeat
for Purdue. Northwestern also
dimmed Illinois' championship;
hopes with a pair of victories.
The score:
R H E
Purdue.......200 002 001-5 9 4
Purdue .......200 002 001-5 9 4
Northwestern 100 301 001-6 13 2
Batteries: Spidel, McReynolds,
Quinley and Kugley; Panosh,
Heideman and Rejan.
SCHMELING SAILS,
MINUS CHEERING

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SPORTING GOODS
Tennis Rackets, prices .....$2.50, $3.00, $4.50, $6.00
Faultless Tennis Balls...................25c each
Wright & Ditson ... 50c each
Baseballs, Baseball Gloves and Bts. Playground Balls and Bats
Bon-Dee Golf Balls, .. 35c each-3 for $1.00#
We will replace any Trusty Ball that cuts through or becomes unplayable in
50 holes of ordinary play.

game, and even if the score had
not been 8-4, the Sox would
have felt that they had gained
a moral victory after the hid-
den ball trick which Kamm,
Sox third baseman played on
Jamieson.
Babe Ruth's reputation as a
home run hitter would be in danger
if any of the members of the Utica
high school girl's team ever enter-
ed professional baseball. In a re-
cent game with Sand Lake, the
Utica playerettes knocked the un-
precedented number of 12 homers,
scoring a total of 79 runs, 23 of
them in the second inning. Sand
Lake was able to bat in three
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ADVERTISING
NOTICE-ROBBINS AND GROSS
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DEBTS
INCURRED RECENTLY. 3
WORK-Fellow wanting a summer
job should see Mr. Walker, 302
Union, Friday. 34,
NOTICE
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
2 E H. BENJAMIN
215 E. Washington. Phone 4310
C ~134 c

NOTICE-We have a large selection
of Greeting Cards and Mottoes.
Francisco-Boyce, 719 N. Univ. 13c
NOTICE-At least two truck loads
of granite and limestone rocks
can be had for hauling them
away. Suitable for foundation or
fence work. Call Mr. Birney,
22117. 234:
NOTICE-Beautiful spring line of
Axminister and Wilton rugs.;
Koch & Renne. r
PERSONAL ATTENTION LIKE
HOME AT A SAVING OF 10%
WITH CASH CARD. DIAL 3916,
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TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
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SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and
dry screened. Telephone 7112,1
Killins Gravel Company. C
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
Tommie Mack, A.B., Director
310 S State Phone 7927 C.
BLANKETS and CURTAINS laun-
dered; outside drying. Phone
4922. 1231
PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Not with any
music house. Exclusive piano
tuner for the University Schoolf
of Music. Office at residence.
1603 Morton Ave. 234C I
NOTICE - Home Laundry - Soft
water used exclusively; called for
and delivered. Superior Home
Laundry. Phone 8190. 234C
FOR RENT
FOR RENT ROOM-Very nicely fur-
nished. For day or week-ends.
No other roomers. 8671. 34
RENT-During the summer session
seven-room house with 1 or 2
rooms reserved . Call 7019. 3451
FOR RENT-Two-room furnished
apartment, newly, decorated, $8
per week. Phone 5863, near Ferry
Field. 234
FOR RENT-Completely furnished
three-room apartment. Large at-
tractive rooms for girls; also

garage; available immediately.
Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 East Wash
A gton. 234
FOR RENT-Apartment. Call 5800
or evenings, 6858. C
LOST
LOST-Kappa Nu 'fraternity pin
between Hill St. and Library.
Finder please return to Box 53,
Michigan Daily office. 2
LOST-Shell-rimmed glasses in
printed leather case,- with name
inside. Wednesday morning. Mar-
ian Macbeg. Dial 6920. 34
LOST-Brown bill fold with valu-
able papers. Finder keep money.
Reward for return of bill fold.
Call 4636. 234
LOST-Tan-key container in vicin-
ity of S. University and Washte-
naw. Name engraye . Call Alex
R. McDonald at 4910. 234
LOST-One Gamma Phi Beta pearl
pin, lost Sunday night. Marked
M. Welte. Phone 3597. 234
WANTED
WANTED-Senior Ballticket. Wells,
1110 Olivia. 'Phone 6.23. 3
WANTED-Ticket to the Senior
Ball. Call Silverman at 3455. 3
TYPING WANTED-First class typ-
ing of mtnuscripts, theses, statis-
tical work, advertising, correspon-
dence, etc. Phone 7936. Leota
Snyder Stoeckle, 215 Ravena Blvd.
34561
WANTED-Three men for summer
work with Hearst organization.
Salary $24 per week and $200
tuition to those who qualify. See
McMullen, room 304 Michigan
Union, between 2 and 5 p. m. 3
WANTED-Small furnished or un-
furnished apartment ground floor
soft water; private entrance.
June 15 August 15. Call 9360, 8
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WE ARE taking the contracts now
for renovating mattresses and
pillows during summer.. vacation.
Reduced prices for large order.
T. S. COLVIN
Phone 6652 C135

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(By Associated Press)
HAMBURG, May 2.-Max Schmne- _Ii11111Nlitlllll111111lll11I~litlllHIN11111Ntllllil
ling, who was cheered by thousands=-
of German boxing fans on his ar-=
rival here some weeks ago from thenthSW ERineA
the S. S. Reliance today that he LWRA'
was practically unnoticed. LOW ERS t
The German heavyweight's de-
parture was sudden and even his
closest friends were taken by sur-
price. His destination is Montreal.
FRATERNITY RINGS:f r' D
AT DISCOUNTS OF
25% to 40%Sunda
49th Anniversary Sale S nM
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603 Church Street
WIRE ORDERS EARLY
Dawn Donuts ~ The expense is less and flowers are reserved
The Partner for
your Coffee Phone 7014
at Breakfast
Store Greenhouses- .
Our Bismarcks and Raised
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