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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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uHiir YANKS SURPASS CARDS
(Continued from Page 6.)
ALL CA u n T The great Babe Ruth led those
Who played in more than one game
A5 jinL jbatting with the average of .625.1
Collins of the Yanks and Smith of,
Second Round Matches Are To Be St. Louis were ahead of the Babe,'
but they played in but one game.
Completed This Afternoon; Gehrig was close upon the leader's
Shannon Is Put Out trail with .545, and Durst, another
Yankee, was third with .375
LENFESTY PLAYS WELL Pool sets Record
Lou Gehrig was the ace in home
With the first round completed, run hitting with four to his credit
all the favorites survived in the all- but the King of Swat was close be-
campus golf tournament now being hind with three, all made in the
played at the Washtenaw Country
c l u b . T h e s e c o n d r o u n d m a t c h e s Ji j . ,.ef i i h d.h s1fe n o nT
must be finished this afternoon, e iL.J UIk.J

thus narrowing the field down to
four contestants.!
The first round saw: the downfall3
of Jones Shannon, the medalist, at
the hands of Lenfesty, freshman
star from Chicago. T he yearling
shot good golf to win by 6 and 5,
and established himself as one of
the favorites. However he must
down Dave. Ward, former state
amateur champion; to reach the
finals.
Ward won easily from Lewis, 4
and 3, in his opening match. Capt.
Johnny Bergelin also came throtigh
a winner, although he was carried
to the nineteenth hole before he
disposed of Dick Livingstone, fresh-
manstar last year, one up. n ro
Art Ahlstrom, letterman fromI
the 192.8 team, had little trouble in
defeating Whyte, 6 and 5, and thus
established himself as a threat in
the upper half of the draw along
with Bergelin. Wenzell won from
Reed, 3 and 2, while Hobart tri-
umphed over ,Calhoun,H4b and 3.
P'uyn, co-winner with Lenfesty of
the freshman week tourney, met
defeat at the hands of Hicks, 4
and 2.
LOS ANGELES-Failure to ap-
pear in an exhibition match has l
landed Helen Wills in an embaras-
sing position before the executive
board of the California lawn tennis
association.
CHICAGO-Western teams of
the American professional basket-
ball league will play' 40 games this
season.
FREDERIETON, N. B.-Eddie
Collins will lead a party of big
league baseball players on a hunt-
ing trip to the New Brunswick
woods next week.
Subscribe to the Michigan Daily;
$4.00 the year. It's worth it!

Waxes Poetic
over Tobaeco
Carrollton, Texas
Larus & Bro. Co., May 15, 1928
Richmond#Va.
Gentlemen:
Having been a user of Edgeworth
for over eight years, I can truthfully
say that it is the best on earth. I am
enclosing a little, ditty that I believe
expresses my sentiments entirely:
Old Man Joy and Old Man Trouble
Went out for a walk One day.
I happened to pass when they met
on the street
And I overheard them say,
Said Old Man Trouble, "She'sas
wrong as she can be,
There ain't no fun in anything to
me, why
I was just talking' to Old Man
Sorrow,
And he says the worid will end
tomorrow"
Then Old Man Joy he started to
grin,
And I saw him bring out that
OLD BLUETIN,
Then OLD JOHNNY BRIAR was
next on the scene,
And he packed him'full from the
OLD BLUE TIN,
And I heard him say as he walked
away,
"You have to have a smoke screen
every day.
When a man gets the blues, and he
needs a friend,
He can find consolation in the OLD
BLUE TIN,
And I jist don't believe on all this
earth
There's a thing that'll match good
old EDGEWORTH."

last game. Meusel and Durst each was divided up among the playing
contributed one four-base hit to clubs and the first division teams
the cause. Bottomley was the lone of each league. The sum going
Card to connect for a circuit hit. to the non-series clubs was $125,-
A new record for the players' pool 902.98. Each Yank gets $5,531 and
was set in this series as $332,309.52 each Card $4,197.
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She: "A man is like a pair of new shoes
really worth while after he stops
squeaking."
He: "Well, a real man is like a pair of
shoes, all right. But he's like Smith
Smart Shoes - works well, looks well,
and never squawks."
Smith Smart Shoes
You Can't Wear Out Their Looks
Diet2el's Shoe Store
117 E. Washington Street

NOTICE

NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Fac-
tory, corner of South University
and Forest. Let us save you 20
percent on your repair work.
Only one shoe factory in town.
Riding boots from $10 up; golf
shoes from $8 up; moccasins in
ten different leather styles, $6.
All kinds of shoes made to your;
measure. c
PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-I
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic-I
tor Allmiendinger. Not with any
music house. Exclusive pianoI
tuner for the University School
of Music. Office at residence,
1608 Morton Ave.
Wed., Thu., Fri. c
PRINTING AND ENGRAVING f
Social stationery, programs, letter
head work a specialty. We carry
a large stock of the finest papers z
and have the fraternity dies for-
die stamping. Prompt service.-
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.1
Phone 6615. c
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS I
We sell all makes. Drop in and see
Corona Four, the pioneer port-
able, over a million in use. Price
$60 in black and genuine duco
finish. Easy terms. Your machine
accepted in part payment at'
highest allowance rates. We have
servedMichigan and its students
for over twenty years and know
their requirements. O. D. Mor-
rill, 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone
6615. c
FOUNTAIN PENS
We have a largeassortment. Some
nationally advertised makes at a
discount to close out. Your
chance for a bargain. O. D. Mor-
rill. 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone7
6615. C
TYPEWRITER SERVICE
Complete typewriter service. New
L. C. Smith, Corona, all makes of
portables and used machines,
bought, sold, exchanged. Rentals
by the week, month, or semester.
Repairing of all makes by skilled
w o r k m e n. Typewriting and
Mimeographing promptly and
neatly done by experienced op-
erators at moderate rates. We
have served Michigan students
over twenty years. O. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615. c

LA SSIFIE
ADVERTISING

TIoST
TYPEWRITING AND
MIMEOGRAPHING
All work promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates. College work a spe-
cialty for over twenty years.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.
Phone 6615. c
NOTICE-We have a large selection
of Greeting Cards and Mottoes.
Francisco Boyce, 719 N. Univ.
Tue., Thu., c
LOST--Initialed pin with R. L. F.
on it. Green stones. Marquisite.
Reward. Call 22330 or 1016 For-
rest. 16,17,18
LOST-Chi Psi badge. Jewelled Chi
on gold Psi. Name S. Cadwell
Swanson engraved on back. Call
6317. Cadwell Swanson. Reward.
16,17,18
LOST-Phi K. P. fraternity pin in
Michigan Union. Reward if re-
turned. Phone 3164. 16,17,18
LOST-Silver fountain pen ini--
tialed L. Tate B. Call 8327. Re-
ward. 15,16
LOST-Gray top coat. .Substantial
reward. Rosenberg, call 3590.
14,15,16
LOST-A fraternity pin on StateE
Street. Finder please call 21919.
Reward. 14,15,16
LOST-White gold wrist watch
trimmed with black enamel, ini-
tials T. M. M. on back. Please
return to Thelma M. Meyer, 909
East University. Phone 21136. Re-
WVard.
LOST-Gold ring with blue signet
stone. Loser would appreciate
any information concerning it.
Dial 5617. 15,16,17,18,19,20
LOST-Cut steel earring sometime
Sunday, between Wayne St. and
Hill on east side of Washtenaw.
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16,17,18
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WANTED
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W A N T E D - Student washings.
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please see Mr. Freeman, Room
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14, 15, 16
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