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SATUJRDAY;'MAY- &,- 1929---

'THE M IC HI-G A N- D-A T :Y

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t ^ VARSITY INE MEETS THNCLADS WILL WOLVERINE COURT STARS.
BIG LEAGUE O NOARSTYHINWEETS I ',S1HOW AT ILLINOIS TO PLAY ILLINOIS TODAY
'SCORESNRH ETR OA
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o o_________- rounding the "giant killing" crown Hills to accomplish this feat., the same as the front that op-
Ralyin lte n he ametoscoe! worn by the Purple and the undle- ' Bud Poormnan will be the favorite! posed the Gophers. Mary. :Bacon
~ix run of t e oferng of Ear Inable fact that they play their :1i the shat put, with Brooks a ' will dipl c eih r ch fer o
Whitehill, Chicago came from be- best brand of baseball against the C~lkely second( place winner. flarpei- Moore from the singles competition.
hind to ef'eL te DeroitTiges ;is the best bet for Illinois. Th The doubles combinations of last
yeserdy, t 2.Fabr cmestrongest opposition, the Michigan Wolverine trio of Brooks, Carlson,! Sat-urday will remain intact.
,yeteray;t; o . Fbercam !invaders wvill be heavy favorites to{ and Sanderson in the discus is ex- Barton Meets Schoaff'
through with his second win of the take the game this afternoon. pe(eted to score: heavily. BurdickI Captain Bartoii wil] meet
season as tl~e White Sox trounced The lineup of the Michigan nine h~ so nte bs o lios cof, vtrn Tln ci h
ph e gh o t e fr t t m t i ~ n f ~ t a l e'fia~t singles matc h. Spencer o f
wilb.r ct c l y t e a e a Coachi G ill has a pair of star poi hialsol t d r c m p tt o
y e a r I t h F u d ~ e e s t r d a yI a. p o i. i t h T o p p e r 1o f t h e 1f I n d ia n s in t e
Despite two home runs by gmerwihtvautersceptionottthat ~bekwilse e' ',second ,singles encoun-iter. Thoml')-
'A erl, e sa i na oo i c n er th xc p io ha1sb c w l (se both capable of clearing 13 feet or
Averll, enstionl rokiecensr ison, the second Suc ker ve teran and
fielder of the Cleveland Indianis, action on the mound. It is also better. They are expected to place 'a winner over Algye-r in las't year's*
the St. Louis Browns nosed out the 'possible that Montague, sopho- ahead of Erickson, Michigan's lone,
I nt y. Fe er o M ch ga a d M ic higan - Illinlois nc u te , w ill
Tribe in a free hitting battle, 7 to 6. more hurler will be given an op--=entry.oFlkeroisoaveMbohigahownSeato g~m Iamro
fWally Schang also connected for1 portunity to gain. some experience about the samne calibr~e in the high I Michiganr in the third singles.
the circuit. New. York was given a in this contest. They were both arnong the Beal of Michigan will meet Tburner
12inn trouncing by the lowly jump. of the Ilrini. in the ftotmrth singles.
12 ir~~ning Heid mian Will Hurl five min who tied for first in the B c n o ihg n wl, i l
Red Sox, while Lefty Grove held teBcno ihgnkil ial
Washington in check to increase Les Heideman, veteran pitching indoor meet. Leonard is also likely roailyseatonnth fih
the Athletic's hold on first place. ace for the Purple, will start the to place for Illrinois, j{singles with either Schaffer or
See oern etrdtegame for Northwestern. Heideman Simon is regarded arriong the Moor'e m usfetmdte or eetinig Brumgartnrer, the
National League games, Wilson and is largely responsible for the "gianti best broad jumpers in the Confer- third Titini veteran in the sixth
Grimm of th Cubs, Hafey of the killing" tactics of the Purple, hay-. ence, but Chapman and Arendt are4 singles. Traynor Will be Coach
Cards, Herman, Hendricks, and Gil- ing pitched in good style all sea- likely to make it an interestingl Cahn's choice for the fifth singles.
-bert of the Dodgers, and Jack- son and is counted on by the Wild- event. This will be the first coT n the first doubles feature
sonof he iats ll ettngcir- cat fans to upset the Michigan nine petition for Chapman sneh Captain Barton and Hammirer will
~o f t e G a ts al g ti gtoday. pulled a tendon at the Drake re= o p s t m frt Mi h g n d u
*utsahs____lays.f bles team ag~ainst Schaoff and Tope.
* AMERICAN LEAGUE DETROIT.-Because of an injury pr o h lii
to his scheduled opponent, Andre SAN DIEGO, Cal.---A report pub-' Spenrcer and Moore will draw the
R H ERoutils, World's f e a t h e r w e i g h t 1 lished by the New York Evening second doubles assignment for the
Chicago...... 000 011 242-6 14 0 champion, will not get an opportu- World says that Jack Dempsey Courtwright coached team against
Detroit-...... 200 000 000---2 9 3 nity to make his debut before the plans to return to the ring at Tia Thompson and Traynor of the Il
Faber; Whitehill. I Detroit ring fans Friday night as Juana under the direction of James {Ilini. In the third doubles t hel
R H E the Olympia officials could not get Coffroth, president of the Tia JuanaE Illinois pair of McElroy anid mil-j
Cleveland.... 004 010 001-6 10 2 anyone to replace Roger Bernard, Jockey Club. Coffroth declined to hler will meet Schaeffer and 8a-
St. Louis..... 131 100 01x-7 12 -0 Michigan featherweight. comment. con.
Miliuis, Ferrell, Holloway; Ogden, - --.

STATE TRACKMEN LA 1SSIFILE
AT EAST LANSING',ADER1ISIN

(By Associated Press)- - - -
EAST LANSING, May 17.-The tWVE ARE takii! tw ~oi tt f.,, t ,Ow l
cream of the track talent in Michi-I for renovatinguittese ad h
gan college circles is due here to-i lows diruv 8nlec VL'tIJl
~~~~d -ii, morrow to compete in the prelii i fReduced pii< w li~e odr
naries of the 14th annual state hi- '. ~ i/
tercollegiate track and field meet. a Pliuiii £w S t-C1-
Ralph H Young, director of ath-
letics at Michigan State college who Y E LTTiG l IIMIA
is in charge of arrangements,. mdi- I (IJ -[i l"1(
cated late this afternoon that iU. College word p-i =cii L: 5iiL -tI ~r(3a.
Iwould be necessary to hold prephimi - 0. D). Morrill; 1'1 Iiw 1. lCISAr cao
naries in 10o f the 15 events orrithI'i
program. ,NV1N
A swollen entry, easily the 11uigest ; UAVIN
ever to be filed, has co mnplicated IG osod wf[Ir t L, !: t ne, I iv i t:! ; i2,I
early preparations. For instance ArrntouJ1I rt.csrLi fl ., t(:alit i1 C:ctd;I
there are 31 entries for the 880a-yard should be n-ieW-ted :o'0, c 1.t(iavoid;
run. As it would be impossible to; the last iniiule u rtri, ', 1 ct win(_
start that many in a championship a speec altY.
race, the half milers must go 0O D. VMoririll, 1 7 ii irt-12 ArV ;de
through their paces this afternoon IC
along with those in the field events --__
and competitors -in the dash an ld )IJ~-B atti'i IIIU h e I
'hurdle numbers. The program sars Heutite ,ide. itri i'
at 2:30. Kc 1tie

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Track Is Fast
Finishing touches were placed on
the Cinder path and pits by a small
army of workers today in antic ipa-
tion of the invasion Friday. If the
weather continues as favorable as.
it has been today, some very excel- I
lent performances are being pre-
dicted in the preliminaries.
On the eve of the start of con-
petition, Coach Yourig declared that
there will be a four way battle for
the championship that has been ,
held by the Spartans for three
years. He sees Michigan Normal,
Western State Teachers college, Die-
troit City college and Michigan{
State all making 6L serious bid for
the title.
Those who have watched the per-
forrnances of the teams this spring,,
declare that team balance will
count more than first places in the
final tally.
If these observers are correc<t in
their assumption, then the fight for
the title will be carried on between
the Spartans and their Teacher'
rivals from Ypsilanti.
!Both teams have an unusual,
amount of talent that seems goodI
enough to win places in a majority!i
of the events. If the first places
are evenly divided the real contest
will center around those behind the
winners.

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samu~el J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 A. M. Morning Worship.
Preacher: Dr. Thomas R. Tho-
burn, Pastor of Trinity Metho-
dist Church, Highland Park.
12:00 M. Bible Classes for Stu -
dents at Wesley Hall.
6:00 P. M. Wesleyan Guild De-
votional Meeting.
7:00 P. M. Open House at Wesley
7:30 P. M. BLACK NEW TESTA-
MENT ORATORICAL CON-
TEST, with live contestants:
Susumu Kobe, Fenelon W.
Boesche, J. Calvin Callaghan,
Chester Bennett, and Carl I-.
Urist.
PRESBYTERIAN CHIURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women

FIRST B~APTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
Rev. Rt. Edward Sayles, Miniister
Jiloward R. Chapman, University
Pastor
10:30-Mr. Sayles will preach.
Topic, THE REVERENCE 01"
JESUS.
12:00-The Church Bible School.
Student group meets at the
Guild House, Mr. Chapman, in
charge.
5:30 --Friendship Hour,
6:30-Devotional HFour. Miss
Esther Searles will speak on
"Experiences in China."
Be
p consistent
in
your
religion

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
F'ourth Ave. between Packard
and Williams
Rev. Theodore It. Sch male
9---Sunday School.
10 0English Service. Scrm-on
topic: "The Spirit of Pentcost."
11 -t--German ulService, Sermonl
Topic: " il'lie Spiirit oftPenit--
cost."
holy Conmtunion.
7--Yoting people's i o issilo
Hour.
Membership Class.
Attend
church
regularly
an
Sundays

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and Willian Sts.
Allison Ray ,Heaps, Minister
10:45--Morning Service.. Sermon
topic: ''The New Morality.''
5.,30--8tudcnt Fellowshijp Suip-
S: 30-Discussion) topic: "The
Social Life of the Campus,"
led bly Prof. A. D). Moore.
ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
18:00 A. M.--Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M.-I-Holy Communion
(in Haris Hall).
9:30 A. M.-The Church School.
11:00 A. M.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon: Preacher, The Rev-
erend Charles Erdman, D.D.,
of Princeton, N. 3.
11.00 A. M.-The Kindergarten.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHE:RAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and 'West iLiberty Street%
C. A. Brauer, Pastor

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"Shall the Churches

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spotless kitchen will remain spick
and span. No r , c or grin.-ie is deposited on
walls and ceilings, an there are no- sooty
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5:30 P. M.--Social hour for
young people.
6:30 -P. M.--Young People'4
Meeting. Leader: George Alder.

the electric
there is no

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DILLEL FOUNDATION
615 E. University Dial 3779
7 : 45: -OPEN HOUSE
at. the Founda.-

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ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stelihorn, Pastor
9 a. m.-.Bible Schaal.

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FIRST CHURCH OF
CHIT, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.

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You can enjoy electric cookery in ", (A..R i tchen NOIVV Convenient
time payments and a lilae d rl'<J4 ECe for your present
Woking equiptien r 6; e it imusu,-:11y easy for you
to install a MOD! 1<<:l, Come

;14:30 a. M.-Regular Morning
service. Sermon topic : "Mor-
tals and Immortals."
11:45 a. m.--Sunday School fol-
lowing the morning service.

3:30-Preperatory Service in
German.
9:00-Conformation Service and

110:30

A. M. Confirmation

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