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FRIDAY, MAY 1 l, 1929

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MICHIGAN

DAILY

~- ~DAY, MAY 17, 192~1 THE MICHIGAN

7--7

FROM CHICAO,0 5 TO 3
ritching Of Crowder Of St. Loui
Shuts Out Cleveland In
Close Contest
BOSTON BEATS GIANTS
Detroit Tigers continued winning
their ball games by handing the
White Sox a 5 to, 3 drubbng. Car-
roll, Tiger hurler in yesterday's
game, held Chicago to six hits
while his team mates hammered
out nine against Thomas, White
Sox pitcher
In the only other game in the
American League, St. Louis took a
tight battle from Cleveland by a 1
to 0 score. St. Louis gather.ed nine
hits from the offering of Miller, but
scattered them so much that they
were not able to score until the
ninth frame
In the National, Boston nosed
out the Giants by one point mar-
gins in two games. In the second
game of the double header, New
York out hit Boston, but could, not
make them count.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
American League
Detroit, 5; Chicago, 3.
St. Louis, 1; Cleveland, 0.
National League
St. Louis, 10; Pittsburgh, 9.
Philadelphia, 7; Brooklyn, 4.
New York, 3, 4; Boston, 4, 5.
CHICAGO - Former Senator
Charles Rawson of Iowa has been
chosen referee for the conference
track meet to be held at North-
western, May 24 and 25.

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Coach Weiman's talk on "Coach-
s ing Problems" featured a meeting
of the Men's Physical Education
Club last week at which the fol-
lowing officers were elected: Pres.,
Howard Poe; Vice-Pres., WilsonJ
McCormick; Sec., W. -H. Merrill;
_ Sergeant at Arms, R. 0. Morgan,
and Fasculty Adviser, Paul Washke.
The Junior Dents won the class
handball championship by defeat-
*1ing the Soph Lits.
The administrative board of the
intramural dpartment will meet
Saturday to elect Junior and Sen-
ior managers for net year.
The intramural department re--
quests that the fraternities play
their matches* in the all-campus
tournament as soon as possible.
In the inter-fraternity baseball]
series Sigma Alpha Mu played Tau
Epsilon Phi yesterday. The win-
ner meets Tau Delta Phi in the
quarter-finals Monday. In other,
quarter-final games Phi Kappa Psi
meets Phi Sigma Delta, Kappa Nu
meets phi Rho Sigma, and Phi
Lambda Kappa meets the winner
of the Sigma Phi-Theta Chi
game.
Third round matches in the all-
campus Tennis Singles are being
played off as quickly as possible.
CAMBRIDGE-Harvard and
Boston will renew their rivalry
'with a track meet to be - eld in
1930. Relations have severed be-
tween these colleges for over ten
years.

-S PO RT S BRIEFS+

(Continued From Page Six)
Louisville, Kentucky, is the scene
of much excitment as preparations
are carried ot for the fifty-fifth
Kentucky Derby to begin 'tomor-
row. The entry list includes twen-
ty starters.
Tilden and Hunter upon ar-
rival at Cherbourg stated that
they believed the United States'
chances of bringing the Davis
cup home were as good if not
better than they " were last
year. 'They declared that they
wouWl be available for the in-
terzone finals and if need be in
the challenge round.

American zone Davis cup match-
es started yesterday at the Mount
Roual tennis courts atsMontreal
between the United States and Ca-
nadian teams. John Van Ryn and
John Hennessey were scheduled for
the first round of singles with Wil-
liard Crocker opposing the firsts
and Dr. Jack Wright the second.
Northwestern's golfers defeat-
ed Iowa, 11 1-2 to 6 1-2, in a match
at Westmoreland last Wednesday.
Little difficulty was experienced
by the Wildcats in taking down the
Hawkeyes. Scores were high due
to the high wind and the soggy
fairways. Oliver Rogers played the
best round with an 80.

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TYPEWRITING and 24IMEO-
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College work a specialty since 1908.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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NOTICE
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O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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PANAMA
HAT TIME
The following sticker is usually found
in Panama hats: "The wearer is cau-
tioned against intrusting this hat to
unskilled hands for cleaning and
blocking, as the manufacturer will
assume no responsibility for damage
from such abuse." As anyone can tell
you, who knows, the only competent
place in Ann Arbor to have hat work
done is at our shop. Our prices are
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TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.
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TYPEWRITERS
All makes of portable and large
machine, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired. Large assort-
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SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and
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Killins Gravel Company. C
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310 S State Phone 7927 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,
1603 Morton Ave. 234C
NOTICE - Home Laundry - Soft
water used exclusively; called for
and delivered. Superior Home
Laundry. Phone 8190. 2340
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-For summer a newly
furnished four room apartment
a block from the campus. Call
5878. 345
FOR RENT-Room in private home
with no children for instructor or
business man, beginning in Sept.
Phone 3171. 34
FOR RENT-Apartment. Call 5800
or evenings, 6858. C'
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during office hours. 234
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7357. Reward. 456
STRAYED Tuesday morning from
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with silver frame, Saturday, May
11th, between Wahr's and Quarry
Drug. Please call 3318. 34
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during vacation. Ask for Mr.
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