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I VEDNESDAY, M&Y 22,1929

THE M-ICHTGA-N DAILY

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*WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1929 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ~F~VT'~1~

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TIGERS TAKE THIRTEEN INNING

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Eleven Qfficially

Qualify For Membership

HURLING DUEL FROM CLEVELAND; In National Honorary Athletic Fraternity
(Continued From Page Six) (Arnold Appleford, Charles Grace,
Johnny Stone's single, which rest of the games. Home runs chapter whose president is Dr. Arthur Kuhner, Mark Kunkle, Ever-
came in the thirteenth inning and were hit by Schang and Manush of George May. Dr. John Sundwall of ett Lane, Daniel McLaughlin, Earl
drove Roy Johnson across the plate thc Browns, Hafey of the Cards, the public health department of the Qldham, C. F. McCaffee, George
Walker of the Reds, and Hornsby University.is national president of Mercer, George Penn, -and Richard
with the he organization, while Prof. L. W. asdl
troithe2 arg ctorovet ihCl-' American League Olds of Michigan State Normal Col- 0eta
troit'sn2ito 1yvitry e the leveH lege is national secretary-treasurer. FRRESIIMAN TRACK
ladIdasyesterday in one ofl R H ,El
the most thrilling games played at Indians 001 000 000 000 0-1 8 3 All three men are on the program of
. F-the award banquet to be held next The picture of the freshman
.Navin .Field this year. Tigr .000 000 001,600,1-2?9 Tuesday A cup is being gvnt track squad will be taken at 1
For eight innings young Willis Hudlin and Sewell; Carroll, Ston- wh tpe bg given to ll l ten on
Hudlin had held the Tigers in er and Phillips. the n best all 0 oclock this afternoon on
around record in qualifying forI Ferry field. All members of the
check, and, with two imen out in tag...10000011
the ninth and the score stanin Chicago ......010 000 000-1 10 membership. squad are requested to be pres-
at 1 to 0 in favor of the Tribe, heSt Louis....140 110 ,OOx-7 7 1 Boasting 38 chapters, the fra- ent and in uniform.
seemled assured of a victory. But Blankenship and Crouse; Crowd- ternity has been organized since I Coach Hoyt.
baseball has a reputation of being er and Schang. 1912. For the past seven years there 1 0-
a tricky sport and it surely lived Other games postponed-Rain. has been a chapter on the Michigan NEW YORK.-Walter Hagen andl
up' to its reputation then. Carl campus. This marks the greatest the other members of the Ryder!
Lind, with a cinch force out at R National League H year that has been experienced by Cup golf team have entered theI
second insight,R rce s4 thelocal athletes. competiton for the German open!
seodi ihdropped an easy Pittsburgh ... 020 040 000-061 The men who comp leted their re- [glIhminhp twsanuc
toss from Jackie Tavener and the Chicago. 200 032 x-8 1 q emen p the r re: golf championship, it was annun-
Tigers proceeded to tie up the icago......-200-03201-- 1qurementsduringtheigerproceg year are: ed today.
score, only to win out in the thir- French, Brame and Hemsley;
teenth on Stone's afore-mentioned Cvengros, Horn and Gonzales.
single. St. Louis .,..010 700 310-12 14 1
Nothing unusual in the way of Cincinnati ..000 010 000- 1 7
pitching or batting, unless it was Alexander and Wilson; Kolp,
the Cardinals' feat of scoring sev- Kemmer and Dixon. S TA DIU
en runs in one inning, marked the! Other games postponed-Rain.

HAVE YOUR
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BY A CUSTOM
TAILOR
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ADVERTISING''
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT - The
Fuller Brush Co. still has a few
good openings for college men.
Guaranteed earnings and com-
missions. If interested see Mr.
Blowers, room 302 Michigan
Union Tuesday between one and
seven. 23
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.
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UNMARRIED FACULTY MEN who
are interested in forming a Club
of eight members to occupy a
fine home, 5 blocks southeast of
campus please call 5740. 23456
NOTICE - Home Laundry -Soft
water used exclusively; called for
and delivered. Superior Home
Laundry. Phone 8190. 234C
DRIVING TO BIRMINGHAM, Ala.
on June 27th. Would like pas-
senger for part or whole of trip.
Call Kessler 4547. 123
TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
GRAPHING
College work a specialty since 1908.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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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. 2346

PRINTING and ENGRAVING
Good work takes time. Invitations,
Announcements, Calling Cards
should be ordered at once to avoid
the last minute rush. Social work
a specialty.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and
dry screened. Telephone 7112.
Killins Gravel Company. G

MACK TUTORING AGENCY
Tommie Mack, A.B., Director
310 S State' Phone 7927

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Here is a way by which you can save some actual
money and at the same time enjoy a nice motor trip home
and the use of a car through vacation season.
BUY A USED CAR FROM US
Drive it home and through vacation and you can .then
sell it no doubt for as much as it will cost you here. Just now
we have a very large assortment to choose from and at very
reasonable prices.
Select your car now and we will hold
it and have it all ready when you are ready
to leave.
See us at ofte.
OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS
Dodge and Plymouth Dealer
514 East Washington St.
Phone 22569

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FOR RENT
RENT-6 room furnished house for
summer. Attractive west side lo-
cation. Garage. Box 61. 2345
FOR RENT-One large furnished
front room, kitchenette, running
water, ice chest; two blocks from
from campus. $9.00. 537 S.
Division. 12
FOR RENT-One large furnished
front room, kitchenette, running
water, ice chest; two blocks from
campus. Reasonable. Dial 8072.
12
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
for summer. Three rooms and
bath. Across from Women's
League. Call 3260 evenings. 123
FOR RENT-A completely furnish-
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apartment, cross ventilation. Also
garage. Dial 8544 or 9714. 123
FOR RENT-Apartment. Call 5800
or evenings, 6858. C
FOR RENT-For summer months.
Attractive furnished terrace in
restricted residential district in
Detroit. Two baths and four bed-
rooms. Michigan Daily Box 60.
5612
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-May Festival course
ticket or singles. Cheap. Phone
9639. 2
'FOR SALE-Open car; cheap;
transportation home for six stu-
dents. Fine running condition.
Good tires; two new; $60.00.

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NOTICE-Beautiful spring line of
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Our line of Sweaters and Sweater Sets
is enviable at a price within the reach of
everyone.
SLIPOVER SWEATERS
$5.00
SWEATER SETS
$ 7.00and $91*00

FOR SALE-Four May Festival
seats for all performances; main
floor center section; evenings
$2.50; afternoons $2.00. Phone
9562. 12
STANDARD SHIFT portable type-
writer for sale. Phone 21325. 123
Come pick the car you want while
low prices prevail.
1926 Chevrolet coach.
1926 Ford coupe.
1927 Ford coupe.
1925 Ford touring.
1925 Ford roadster.
1925 Overland coach.
1925 Overland touring.
1924 Chevrolet touring.
Main Store, Huron and Ashley
Lot 332 E. Liberty
LOST
'OST-Pearls from string between
Mendelsohn theater and Law
Club Arch. Reward. Call 4053.
2
LOST-Elgin watch. Name engrav-
ed inside. "M" on back cover.
Reward. Call 8774. 123
WANTED
WANTED-Student or Instructor to
manage M A C K TUTORING
AGENCY during summer-school;
part-time O.K. Apply AT ONCE
in person to Mr. Tommie Mack,
310 S. State St.; 9-12; 1-5. 23
POSITION wanted by experienced
white cook in fraternity or soror-
ity next fall. Call 6374.
APARTMENT for three or four per-
sons for permanent residence.
Must be clean and strictly mod-
en. Address Box 58. 561234
WANTED-Student (medical pre-
ferred, but not essential) clean-
cut, ambitions and not too
young, for pleasant sales wort:
during vacation. Ask for Mr.
Langford at Mack and Co. be-
tween 9 and 10 a.m. or between
3 and 5 p. m. 612
WANTED-Double room for two
men students in house with no
other students. Phone Robert-
son. 62598. 612
"SUMMER POSITIONS. - Young
men with High School or College
training and particularly with
knowledge of farming. Summer
work with salary and responsi-
bility. Period be'tween July 25th
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representatives at Union in
person to H. J. Heinz Company
Wednesday', May 22nd." 612
WANTED - Ambitious, intelligent
young man or woman. Position.
with established concern open for
summer or permanent. Must be
over 21. Pleasing personality.
For appointment for interview

A Complete Line of Sportswear

Sport Shoes of Character
The final touch
of personality

Spring Sportswear
T weed or Li en Knickers worn with the newer
shades of Crew neck slip-over and golf hose to

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the Princeton of White Elk trimmed in Black.
EXCELLENT BROWN AND TAN COMBINATIONS

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combinations for spring

sport attire.
NOTE--Spring Sale with all Suits specially priced at $35.00
continues with a very complete selection still available.
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