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r I fC DAY, MAY 9, 1929


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VRBIft[PI1CHIE NO BATTING PUNCH IS SOUGHT BY JAPAN JULY 31; RETURNS OCT14 dent;splendidwexperience; salary
JAPA JU Y 31 RE URNSOCT 14 $245 for 70 days work. Educators!
FISHER FOLLOWING GAEII SERIES Association, 717 Francis Palms
Announcement of the dates of sities. Seven games will be played Bldg., Detroit, Mich.2
departure of the University of in Tokio, while the others are
______IAlthough the baseball players Pitchers have to have games to Michigan baseball team for their scheduled for other large cities on NOTICE
from Meiji University displayed keep in the best of condition, andtp through Japan was made yes- the isladof Japan.hes games in WE BUY USED CLOTHING
,aerrgekaUleidfWins lFithth VictorytioOf Wtrip
Season As Tigers Take Sixth areakbedfnei thrin diio tohs Coach Fisher ted.nadto oteegae n W U SDCOHN
s As TRowx games here, they were noticeably feels that the teams remaining on tr y afternoon by Athletic Direc- Hawii and in Japan, there will be H. BENJAMIN G
weak at batting, said Coach Ray the schedule are of greater strength tor Fielding H. Yost. The Wolver- scheduled from eight to twelve con- 215 E. Washington. Phone 4310
Fisher yesterday afternoon. The than the ones which have been Ines will leave from San Francisco tests to be played on the way to 134 c
LOV CIEHRIG HITS HOMER IJapanese athletes have shown a played before. With the team not on July 31 for Hawaii, where, if San Francisco, three on the way'
good defense all through their hitting as well as when they left present arrangements are carried to the coast, and the rest on the VWE ARE taking the contracts now
Karl Hubbell, youthful hurler of play in this country, six runs being Georgia, the Wolverine coach out, Coach Fisher's men will play coast, thus giving Coach Fisher a for renovating mattresses and pli-
the New York Giants, broke into the most that have been scored' thinks that a great deal of work in for about two weeks before continu- chance to compare his men with lows during summer vacation.
the baseball hall of fame yesterday against them in any one game all the batting cage will be in order ing their trip to their destination, the best that the west has to offer. Reduced prices for large order.
when he pitched the Giants to a during their invasion, but the hit- before his men can hope to win the Tokio Return To United States T s COIN
no hit victory over the Pittsburgh ting has been very poor. title. It will be known in about twoo
Pirates. The Wolverines too, in the With the trip to Japan scheduled weeks whether this long stop in The team will leave Kakohama onPhone 6652 C135
Hubbell, who was at one time on opinion of their coach, could stand for next summer, Coach Fisher is Hawaii will be made, but it is cer- September 27 for the return trip
fofetsmeaoc ihr i ha te emwlad eat idcr-t h tts n r lte o TPWIIGadMMO
the roster of the Detroit Tigers has a great deal more practice at this especially anxious to take a Con- tam that the team will at least drop to the States, and are slated to TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
been pitching good ball all season, department of the game. The long ference championship aggregation off there. Negotiations are under- set into San Francisco about Octo- GRAPHING
but climaxed his career yesterday lay-offs caused' by the inclement on the trip and plans to work the way for five or six games there, but er 11, and to get back to Annollege work a specialty since 1908.'
by this wonderful exhibition of weather have imposed a great 'men hard for the remainder of the as final arrangements are not fin- Arbor on October 14. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
hurling against the strong array of handicap upon the Michigan team, I week in preparation for the game ished as yet, no announcement of In case the proposed games in C
sluggers that Pittsburgh possesses. since to keep the batting of a team with the strong Illinois team in thep the teams to be played or the datesteam
While Hubbell was pitching this up, they must play games, and the hopes that winning this game will of the games was made. will leave from San Francis.co Au-
great victory, Detroit in the Ameri- rain has caused most of the games give the Wolverines a flying start Will Proceed To Japan for tenor. 9853- at noon tf
can league was nosing out the to be canceled. toward the tite
Washington Senators for their sixth Moodie Plays Wel tAfter leaving Hawaii, the Michi- L A S S I F I E
consecutive win. George Uhle in- On the defense ,the Michigan . gin team will proceed directly toj PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-
creased his total of victories to five men have not felt the effects of The Chicago Cubs suffered a jolt Japan, where they will play for ADVERTISING ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic-
by hurling masterful ball in this the postponed games as much as when it was learned that "Gabby" four weeks, getting in fifteen games tor Allmendinger. Not with any
Hartnett, star pitcher who has been drn ht ie ot fteeUIEST rfso eie
encounter. they have at bat, yet even there disabled thus far this season by a during that time. Most of these UNIVERSITY Prof de music house. Exclusive piano
New York again trounced the the men need practice. The loss se a t e b the Japanese big threeMeiji modern home; lare in-ro tuner for the University School
St. Louis Browns, as Lou Gehrig of Louis Weintraub has been keenly forever. Hartnett e t contesh s J illne ithreers ofijodavailable September 15. Re nt un- of Music. Office at residence,
added another circuit clout to his felt even though Moodie who took'aoBalt.mrettaha beenmet.to now on an invasion of the United der $100. Phone 9710. 34' 1603 Morton Ave. 234C
mounting total. Hoyt held the his place on third has been handl- a Baltimore hospital or treatment. States, Qeio, and Wuseda Univer- de.
Brownies to five hits. ing himself well, and has taken WTRPL AENOTICE -Home Laundry - Soft
Chicago's slugging Cubs went into most of his chances like a veteran. WATER POLO GAME water used exclusively; called for
he lead in the National league by' With most of the other Con- and delivered. Superior Home
defeating the Brooklyn Dodgers, 4 ference schools having played five The Faculty swimming class !e ltsLaundry. Phone 8190r 234
0 2. In another National league or six Big Ten games Coach Fisher will meet the Varsity water polo !*Feel81t0. 234C
ncounter, "Wee Willie" Sherdel feels that his men are at a distinct team in a challenge game atPNG
eld the high stepping Braves to disadvantage in the long stretch 15:00 o'clock this afternoon in the PRINTING and ENGRAVING
our hits to down them, 10 to 2. they are facing. The pitchers are I Intramural pool. Captain Brier { X1Tia O h omeGood work takes time. Invtations,
ohen, Fullis, and Ott hit home not in the best of condition, also will lead the faculty team. eane Announcements, Calling Cards
uris for the Giants while Jim Bot- due to the rainy days which have w l tte ._ Ashould be ordered at once to avoid
omley came through with a clout come when games were scheduled. Pressed Clothes the last minute rush. Social wor
or the Cardinals. It was Fullis' Asbeck has not hurled a game SOME a specialty.
hied homer in three days. since the Northwestern set-too, E TECe for a neat appearance 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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