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WDN SDAY, MAY 8, -029

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1HFtMC H ICAN A-1L Y

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PLAY BY PLAY ACCOUNT OF SECOND_;MEIIGAMEi
-.- 9Sixth Inning Eighth Inning
First Inning 1MEIJL- Zenimura bunted and Moo- - MEIJI-Montague went to the
MEIJI.-Zenimnura fouled to M- die threw him out. Tabe sent a Ibox and Reichman behind the plate
Coy. Tabe struck out. Washie hied long triple to left. Washie singled for Michigan. Montague stopped
4 ,to; Nebelung. No run, no hit, no to center, scoring Tabe. Sumida Mano's grounder with his bare hand
*error. flied to Corriden. Yonezawa forcedI and threw him out. Montague also
MICHIGAN. -- Nebelung walked. Washie at second, Moodie to Kubi-'threw out Zenimra Tabe ground-
M. Coriden's sacrifice bunt, Nakamura ek. One run, two hits, no error. ed out to Moodie.a
to, Washie sent Nebelung to second.' MICHIGAN.-Tabe threw out Ne- MICHIGAN.-Straub ba u
Straub lined to Mano who touched 'belng. Corriden sent a sizzling hit off Nakamutra's glove, but wasj
second, doubling Nebelung. No run, double .to center, sliding safely toI out stealing, Tezuka to Tabe. Kubi-
.no hit, no error. second. He then stole third. Straub ceek singled. over second. Moodie
Second Inning walked. Mano fumbled ubicek's flied to Zenimura. McCoy lined a'
MEIJL- Truskowski dropped thej grounder, allowing Coriden to score single to left, advancing Kubicek!
third strike on Masu, but threwI and Straub to reach third. MoodieI to second. Myron flied to Yoneza-
., ~~~~~~~struckou.Kbcktohsnero.
himt out. Sumdia fouled to Trus- ot uie tl eod a orn w is oerr
kowski. Yonezawa gruddwoMcoysnldnorg t t iscoring! a ornNinth..Inning
Myo.Nornounderro Straub and Kubicek, ndwntt MEIJ.-Wasio was out, Kubicek
-MICHIGAN. -Kubicek flied to' second on the throw home. Myon to McCoy. Masu walked. Sumida
Yonezawa. Moodie grounded to! struck out. Three runs, two hits,I ended the gane by hitting into a
"Manio. McCoy flied to Nakamnura.! one error..i fast double play, Myron to Kubicek
Norunohtnoero.Seventh InningI to McCoy. No run, no hit, no error.
I MEIJI.-Yonezawa fanned.Tek -
Third InningT- singled but was out stealin,TrsLASsiFIE
MEIJI-Kubcek'sthro bea kowski to Kubicek.Moodie spearedAD RTSN
_uka to first. Nakamura struck out. Nakamura's line drive. No run, no!
Mano grounded out to McCoy, un- lit, no error.
assisted. No run, no hit, no error., MICHIGAN-Truskowski flied to
' MICHIGAN.-Myron grounded to Masu. Centenni battedt for Asbeck VACATION position for college stu-
Nakarn ura. Truskowski fanned. Su-, He dropped a Texas leaguer in right dent; splendid experience; salary
midi took Asbeck's slow roller and field for, one base. Nebelung popped $245 for 70 days work. Educators
threw him out. I to Tabe. Corriden also lifted onej Association, 717 Francis Plms
Fourth Inning I to Tabe. No run, one hit, no error. Bldg., Detroit, Mich.2
MEIJI.-Zenimura popped to Ku-___________
bicek in short right. Tabe was out,I d. 110 iiClI16. G*,V .id 0,Z afl . /:.J I I
Ku~bicek to Mc Coy. Washo struck . .-_ , _______________________
out. No run, no hit, no error.
MICHIGAN.-Nebelung beat out a
hit to Tabe. Corriden flied to Ze-
nimure. Straub doubled to left,
sending Nebelung to third. Kubicek; if
sent a high foul to Wash io. Mans
tmade a running catch of Moodie's .,
fly in, back of first. No run, no ht
no error.u.
Fifth Inning v,.~. .
MEIJI.-Masu grounded to Kubi-
cek. Sumida fouled to Moodir
Yonezawa was safe when Moodie
threw wide to first. Yonezawa stole * .
second and went to third ona
passd bal. ezuk sinledpastg l x
tird, scoring Yonezawa. Nakamu- . . . .**
ra singled to left, sending Tezuka" .
to second. Mano struck out. One...4'>. ..
run, two hits, one error. 7w *.
MICHIGAN.-McCoy walked -and I . - -_-__----.__ __
stole second when Tezuka tried to + 41
catch him off first. Myron struck
out. McCoy was safe stealing third.I~~i ~ h~
Truskowski rolled to Tabe, who P
threw McCoy out at the plate. A-B G VL ww
'beck was out on strikes. No runs,4 Here is a property worhy of your consideration. It is new. t
no hit, no'error.t
Th1rinn The owner will be its first occupant and too- the buyer o
this fine home, at the presemt price, will have made an invest
TheTrinngScoo 4 nmen to be proud of.
feis ocilV T 4'he location is one of the best i the city, convenient to cas- 4
I pus and business An excellent, neighborhood. 4
c eI 1411 White Street at Oakwood Place c
one block south of Granger c
- An attempt at description would not. do justice to this unusual4
Offers a course of study to college home -- YOU MUST SEE IT to appreciate the real
graduates in preparation for Jew ~ cneineo omarneet h ult fwrmn
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Scholarships and Fellowships I hi and the beauty of. maogn doors and trim
ranging fron $150 to $1000 are EE
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For full information, address S E I O A
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The Training School for 3 to 8 P. M& 4
Jewish Social Work stpfo h ad icent h ofral n
71 W. 47th St., New York City at~ Every se rmtehnykthnt h ofral n
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TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
GRAPHING
College work a specialty since 1908.
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT-For stu-
dents who are ambitious. Good
wages. Apply at Room 302, Mich-
igan Union, Wednesday, between
three and seven. 1

SAXOPHONE-Will trade good alto
for tenor. 9853 at noon. tf

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T ~HE structural differ'ence between a Dav ton Steel, Racquet
land other types is a~s striking as that between an airplane*
and' a motor car. fn an airplane tunnel test the Dayton showedI
43%, less air resistance. Tjhat's why it gets your ball over quicker
-20%o quicker. That.'s why it act ually gives you thie jump oil
speedier players. Y ou've a righ, to demand faicts. Hecre'st1he
second question of a series :
Q. Ilow does. the thinner construction of the D~ay ton afrect
its comparison with a standard wood racqjuet in size, weigh 1,
and; balance?
A. Measurements at the Y. C. Lab, showed the D~ayton Ito he
exactly its rated weight, t he wood 211N over~ weigh t. A\'Vi illithe
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Ar- st Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic-
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tuner for the University School
of Music. Office at residence,
I1603 Morton Ave. 2340
NOTICE--- Home Laundry -- Soft
Iwater used exclusively; called for
and delivered. Superior Home
Laundry. Phone 8190; 2340
IPRINTING and ENGRAVING
IGood work takes time. Invitations,
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0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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A choice asortment of cards and1
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1 PERSONAL ATTENTION LIKE
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Killins Gravel Company. C

FOR R1ENT--Apartment. Call 5800
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apartment for sinmer months.
One block from Campus. Phone
9785. 23J~
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17317. 234
LOST--White and brown male Ros-
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2
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Hermitage road. Initials of name
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1LOST--A large cameo pin Saturday
night on Tappan near. Hill or
Oakland. Pin is esteemed as
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Eleanor Scribner,' 10715 Kingston
Ave., Royal Oak. Reward. 123
WAN~TED
WANTED-1928 Michiganensian.
Dial 4818. O'Brien. 234
WANTED TO RENT-A furnished
six-room home for the summer.
session. In or near Ann Arbor or
near Whitmore Lake. Two chil-
dren. Write J. M. Heaphy, 144
Maple street, River. Rouge. Phone
Cedar 0048-W. 612
WANTED-A cook, white woman
for a private family hotel on
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Mih., Box 392. 61234

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Tommie Mack, A:$., Director
310 S State Phone 7927

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