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- ~ EATURTDA, MAY 2d, 19
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Chicago Cubs Take First Place
ByTurning Back Cards
With 5-4 Score
LYONS LOSING PITCHER
George Uhle, star moundsman
for the Detroit Tigers, won his
eighth straight victory in as many
starts, turning back the White Sox
yesterday at Comiskey park in 21
innings.
After the seventh inning it
turned out to be a pitcher's- duel
iintil the twenty-first inning, when
Harris put Lil Stoner in the box
to relieve Uhle after his well earn-
ed game against Lyons. Detroit
collected 24 hits of Lyons and
Uhle allowed but 18 to the Sox.
This marks what is believed - to be
the longest game the Tigers have
ever played since their entry into
the American League. This is a
start, although. it may be a tough
one, for the Tigers to take the en-
tire series of six games to be play-
ed with the White Sox, which is
their plan in order to land. in the.
third place berth.
YANKS DROP ONE
New York lost another notch
yesterday on their hold on third
place by being blanked 4 to 0 by
the Boston Red Sox and Philadel-C
' phia retained their lead over St.
Louis for first place by trouncing
on the Senators 10 to 3. The St.
Louis Browns however, kept their
position firm by blanking the In-
dians to take the game 5-0.
In the National League the Cubs
pushed themselves into first place
by turning(in a 5 to 4 victory over
the Cardinals. By winning this
game the Cubs have a one game
lead over the Cardinals, who were
in first place until yesterday.
Braves Fall Again
New York Giants gained a game
on the lead held over them by Bos-
ton in the National by defeating
the Braves 7 to 3. Although Pitts-
burgh was rained out at Cincinnati
they still retain a 4 game lead ov-
er the Phillies, who lost yesterday
to the Robins 3 to 2.
American League
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Helen Wills and her youthful Cal- to the lineup, Manager Huggins an-'
ifornian doubles partner struck the nounced the release of Arndt Jor-;
first snag in their European inva- gens to Jersey City of the Interna-f
sion when the vivacious Senorita tional League.,
D'Alverez of Spain and her Dutch
colleague, Kay Bouman, adminis- Helen Hicks continues to play
tered a straight set, 8-6, 6-4, defeat golf which stamps her as a favorite
to the Americans in the quarter for national honors with her sen-I
finals of the French championships sational win over Mrs. Jay Lee, a
at Paris. veteran competitor in the second

UNITED STATES LEADS .
JAPAN IN TENNIS PLAY
S(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, May 24.-With a
one to nothing lead, the United
States Davis Cup team entered the
second day of its tennis encounter
with Japan in the American zone
semi-final round today to engage in
the concluding play of the singles
contest and the series doubles
match.
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Helen of Berkely found little sol-
ace for her defeat in a victory later
in the day when, paired with Fran-
cis Hunter, she advanced to the
third round in the mixed doubles
at the expense of the moderately
strong French team of Adeline
Neufield and Roger Danet by scores#
of 6-1, 6-4.1

round of the metropolitan women's'
championship of New York in de-
feating her more elderly rival 7
and 5.
Audrew Boomer's record break-
ing 61 in the recent St. Cloud1
French professional t o u r n e y
went close to depriving Horton I
Smith of making a one ring

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BIG TEN QUALIFIERS
IN TRACK MEET
MICHIGAN.
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Indiana................
Minnesota ...............
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C LASSIFIET
ADVERTISING
S T U D E N T ATTENTION-Head-
quarters for good used cars, at)
our lot at 332 East Liberty. JustI
the car you want for a vacation.
From $50 to $150. Huron Valley
Chevrolet Incorporated. 332 East
Liberty. Chevrolet, Fords and
other makes. 561.
WILL the person who took an
American Machinist. Handbook
from the shop drawing room,
East Engineering Bldg., return
same to Prof. Giazeluski. Room
2046. 5
TUTORING - Everything for
EXAMS. MACK TUTOR IN G
AGENCY. 310 S. State. Phone
7927. C
WE ARE taking the contracts now
for renovating mattresses and pli-
lows during summer vacation.
Reduced prices for large order.
T. S. COLVIN
Phone 6652 C135,
COLLEGE MEN to represent old
established manufacture, selling1
direct to home. Can use am-1
bitious men of good personality
who must connect with a fast'
selling well paying proposition in
order to make scholastic ex-
penses. Please write for personal
interview giving - age, past ex-
perience and territory desired.
Eaudemort Laboratories, 3560 St.
Aubin, Detroit. 3456
TIME TO STORE YOUR WINTER
COATS
25 Years of Unexcelled Fur Service
-Assures you Expert Care of your
Furs.

FOR RENT

PAORi S M!W
WITH CASH CARD. DIAL 3916, Finder call 9365. 5
MOE LAUNDRY, 204 N. MAIN. c --___---
E LA LOST-Cigarette ligh4rt in Parrot.;
TYPEWRITERS $3 reward. Call V. HIarirington at
All makes of portable and large 3597. 561
machine3, sold, rented, exchangedj-
cleaned, repaired. Largeassort: LOST-Tortoise shell glasses, not in
ment and best service. O. D. Mor- case, on campus. Phone 21717. 5
rill, 17 Nickels Arcade. C LOST-Small leather notebook can-
PRINTING and ENGRAVING I taining valuable assignment. Re-
Good work takes time. Invitations, l turn to H. Bogs. Dial 4932. 5
Announcements, Calling Card WANTED
should be ordered at once to avoid
the last minute rush. - Social work WANTED-A furnished home or
a specialty. apartment with two bed rooms-
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade June 21 to July 19. Address Sup-
C eintendent Schools at Dowagiac,
Michigan. giving details. 56
SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and hn
dry screened. Telephone 7112. EXPERIENCED cook desires to get
Killins Gravel Company. C luncheons and dinners in private

circus of the French classic in
John McGraw's Giants are begin- the celebration of his 21st
ning to show the same fire with birthday.
which they seemed to be inspired
last year. The Gotham National Old golfing enthusiasts in this
leaguers have all the youth in the country were in for a pleasant sur-
world on their roster, a potentially prise when learning of Smith's seru
powerful imound corps, and a hard sational playa The names of Jones
hitting offensive, and Hagen have had a peculiar
. monopoly on golfing epoch making
Too much cannot be said 'in this country and to think that
the favor of young Carl Hub- a youngster should go them. one
bell. The slight southpaw has better is hard to realize.
already sidewheeled himself in-
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to ig league prominence with
his no-hit, no-run effort against
C Pittsburgh on. May 8, and looks
to be a "spititng image" of Her-
bie Pennock.
Bill Barrett, an outfielder with the
Chicago White Sox for the last six
years, was traded to the Boston
American league club for Doug
Taitt another outfielder, it was an-
nounced yesterday. No cash was
involved in-the deal. Taitt is a
comparative youngster, who before
joining the beaneaters saw service
with Nashville of the Southern As-
sociation.
The return of Johnnie Grabowski
to regular catching duty with the
Yanks certainly will be of great as-,
sistance to the faltering New York-;
ers. With the return .of "Grabbie" i

Claude Willoughby, the Phil-
lies' right handed hurling ace,
is another one of the season's
finds. Rather slow in starting
the Philly has appeared unusu-
ally effective in his last few
starts. He set a new major
league record by making nine
assists all on easy chances.
With Cliff Durant out of the In-'
dianapolis speedway classic much
of the interest pertaining to the
Itoosier race will be subtracted. The!
veteran millionaire driver was one
of the most picturesque drivers in
the game.
NEW YORK.-Carl Jark, Armyl
discus thrower, will attempt to win
back his world record, which he
held for two weeks, in the dual
meet with Marquette University,

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Fif ty University of Nebraska seniors
were initiated into Phi Beta Kappa.
Dr. L. A. Sherman. charter mem-
ber of the society, gave the wel-
coming address.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON.
The convention of Gamma Alpha
Chi, women'sadvertising society,
will be held in Seattle this year. The
conclave will last four days and
Katherine Mitchell, president of the
Women's Federation, is scheduled to
speak.
The Training School
for
Jewish Social Work
Offers a course of study to college
graduates in preparation for Jew-
ish social work as a profession.
Scholarships and Fellowships
ranging from $150 to $1000 are
available for the next school year.
For full information, address
The Director
The Training School for
Jewish Social Work
71 W. 47th St., New York City

SIX ROOM HOUSE, near Univer-
sity. Studio and sleeping porch.
Bargain for faculty man. Phone
8261. 56
FOR RENT-Small furnished house
from 18th of June to 18th of Au-
gust. 1330 North University.,
Dial 5043. 4561
FOR RENT--Seven room house for'
summer months with one or twol
rooms reserved. 923 Greenwood.
'7019. 451
FOR RENT-Near Campus. Fur-
nished house for summer or1
longer to right party. 456
4 ROOM furnished apartment.
Electric refrigerator. Vacant soon.
209 N. Ingalls St. . 4, 5
ROOMS including one suite for
summer or next fall. Also first
floor furnished. 909 E. Washing-
ton. 5910. 156
RENT-6 room furnished house for
summer. Attractive west side lo-
cation. Garage. Box 61. 2345
FOR RENT-For summer months.
Attractive furnished terrace in
restricted residential district in
Detroit. Two baths and four bed-
rooms. Michigan Daily Box 60.
345
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Cottage lots. Phone
5800. C

homes. Phone 4745. Ask for
Mrs. Greene. 5
WANTED-Part-time student to
work as porter for room and
board next year. Call Himler.
8317. 456
WANTED-Ten high grade young
men students ag salesmen desir-
ous of making $50.00 to $75.00 a
week during Summer vacation,
by an old reliable financial or-
ganization, territory Detroit and
State of Michigan. State age and
three references. Michigan Daily.
Box 62. 345612
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-
ern. Address Box 58. 561234
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
call Miss. Arrowood, Allenel Hotel,
Ann Arbor. 612345

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ZWERDLING'S FUR SHOP
Phone 8507 and we will call.

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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
TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
GRAPHING
College work a specialty since 1908.
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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NOTICE-Beautiful spring line of
Axminister and Wilton rugs.
Koch & Henne. c
PERSONAL ATTENTION LIKE
HOME AT A SAVING OF 10%

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CLASSIFIEDS!

Ghicago-
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Uhle and Lyons.
St. Louis......310 000
Cleveland ... 000 000
Gray and Zinn.

OUR MALLORY "CRAVENETTE"
PROCESSED STRAWS
Are proved against wear and weather, an exclusive feature.
Get One-
$4 and more
F.W. GROSS, 309 So. Main

FOR SALE-May Festival tickets.
Two for Monday night; four for
Saturday night; main floor mid-
dle section. Phone 9562. 4 5
LOST
LOST-Women's wrist watch be-I
tween campus and cemetry.

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Athletics ....101 130 22x-10 14 1
Campbell and Rommel.
National League
Chicago ......000 002 030-5 8 0
St. Louis .....000 120 001-4 10 1
Malone and Sherdel.
New York ....000 400 03x-7 9 3
Boston .......000 101 010-3 7 3
Cantwell and Scott.
Brooklyn .....000 111 000-3 9 1
Philadelphia ..010 000 010-2 6 1
Bailey and Sweetland.
Cincinnati-Pittsburgh - rained
out.

GOLF PLAYERS -Summer Work
Excellent proposition for students who
wish to spend the ENTIRE SUMMER OUT-

OF-DOORS and earn a neat sum of money.
Need not be- experts or "pros."

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Interview Mr. E. Tobin on Saturday, May 25
from 3 to 6 p. m on the University Golf
Course at the entrance booth.
Last Opportunity Saturday, May 25th-3 to 6 P. M.

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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Cod, State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 A. M.-Morning Worship.
Sermon by Dr. Frederick
Spence of First Methodist
Church, Jackson.
12:00 M.-Three Bible Classes
for students at Wesley Hall.
5:00 P. M.-Traditional Senior
Meeting on boulevard. Pres.
Whitney Manning, leader.
Meet at Wesley Hall and go
"en masse."
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship.
"The God Who Is Near," Ser-
mon subject of Rev. Samuel J.
Harrison.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell, Secretary
for Women -
10:45 A. M.-Mning Worship.
Sermon: "The Best Memorial."
5:30 P. M.-Social hour for young
people.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's
Meeting. Installation Service
of the officers for 1929-30.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
Rev. R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, University
Pastor
10:30-Sermon by Mr. Sayles,
"The Humility of Juses."
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12:00-Church Bible School.
12:00-Student group in Guild
House.
4:30-Annual Senior meeting to
be held on Beefsteak Hill
weather permitting. Meet at
Guild House promtly at 4:30.
Be
consistent
in
your
religion

BETHLEHEM .
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard;
and Williams
Rev. Theodore R. Sch male
9:00 A. M.-Bible School.
10:00 A. M.-English Service.
Sermon topic: "Fellowship
with Jesus," Holy Communion.
11:00 A. M.-No German servie.
7:00 P. M.--Membership Class.

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FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
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UNITARIAN
Cor. State and1
Sunday, 10:00 A.

1:45 A. M.-Morning Servie.
Sermon topic: "Singing Tow-
ers." Special program of
Russian music under the direc-
tion of Palmer Christian.

CHURCH
Huron Streets
M.-Dr. John

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L: Harris, Assistant
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M.-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. J,
11:00 A. M.-The Kindergarten.
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M. Dorsey of Psychopathic
Hospital will speak on "Prob-
lems of Psychiatry,"

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ARE YOU ON THE TRAIN?
"Prosperity Ahead!" is the cry of the Michigan man and woman as they enter the
American business system.. The locomotive power is Banking, strong and progressive.
Many of you know that if you stay hitched to this bank, you'll stay on the track to "Pros-
perity." You can maintain your connection with this bank very esaily by mail from any
point the world over.

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Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor'

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 a. m. - Regular Morning
t srvice. Serrn ,tome..:, "Srnil

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Dial 3779

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
bird and West Liberty Streets
C. A. Brauer, Pastor

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