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/BER 26, 1928

7'H E MICHIGAN

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YAN1KSI kHLEICS.I
Cardinals Manage to Take Fifteer
Inning Contest From
Brooklyn 4-3,
PIRATES GARNER 17 HITS
Continuing the same dizzy pac
that has established them as lead-
ing contenders for the pennant in
the American league, New York
and Philadelphia both gained de-
cisions over Cleveland and St
Louis respectively in yesterday':
games, while Brooklyn and Cin-
citinati were unable to stave of
defeat in the National.
McKechni's Cardinals were hard
put to defeat the Brooklyn entry
4-3 in a fifteen inning tussle
Meanwhile the Giants althougl
corralling twice as many hits a
the~ Reds, were only able to wir
by a single run 4-3. In other
games in the National League
Philadelphia stopped the fast mov.
ing Chicago Cubs with a 5-2 count
and Pittsburg out hit Boston tc
win 13-8 in the slugfest of the day
The Pirates piled. up 17 hits tc
offset their 5 misplays.
In the American league Rutt
and Co. swamped the Indians 10-:
while the Mackian clan kept irx
step with New York out upsetting
the St. Louis Browns in a one

TWO U. S. POLO STARS INTRAMURAL SEASON TO OPEN SOON IGRIDMEN T0 SCRIMMAG fLASSIFIE D F
DROPPEDFROM SQUAD WITHINTERFRA TERNITY SPEEDBALL: AT FERRYFIELD TODAY !ADVERTISINo
NEW YORK, Sept. 25.-A revised Fall Intramural activities will be enough is displayed. All speed- and Bill Orwig of basketball fame
polo team will represent the United inaugurated in a short time with ball games will be played at South have showed considerable promise TENOR BANJOIST - Experienced;
States Saturday in the first matche iFerry Field, and all those who are in catching passes but their defen- wishes place with campus orches-
'the first events on the nter-fra- interested in officiating should sive prowess is as yet unknown. tra. Read and fake. Call Ross,
i championship of the Americas. ternity leagues program, speedball- hand in their names to the office. Draveling and Cornwall, the out- 2117 at noon or after 6. 2.3, 4
J. Cheever Cowdin and W. Aver- Letters announcing this opening Entries for the All-Campus ten- standing flankman on the yearling FOR RENT-One nice room in good
ell Harriman have been dropped in are being sent to the fraterni- nis tournament which starts Oct. team last year, are the other pros- ( location, double or single. 420
favor of Winston Guest, form ties, and all desiring to compete 2 are now being accepted at the cts. Thompson Street. Phone 215
$Yl tr adSehn afr. sould alt thsirng th Ihe2.3~
Yale star, and Stephen Sanford. shouldget in touch with the In- Intramural office. The entry list From tackle to tackle the out--OR RENT--Large suite. Will rent
The new squad, as revised by the tramural office in Waterman gym- will close Monday, Oct. 1, at 4 look is more promising. Al Bo- single or double. 537 Elm Street.
defense committee of the United nasium. In addition to the regular o'clock. Last year this tournament vard is back fighting fo-: his cen-i Phone 5291. 2
StatesPolo Association, will line- inter-fraternity speedball league, was won by James Spencer in the ter position, with Patton and WANTED--A Junior Law desires
u wint n in arrimmy the Intramural office will sponsor singles and by Irving Moss and Brown, a pair of 210 pounders giv- roommate. Dial 8544. 422 E.
k place at No. 1; Capt. Tommy' an independent league if interest Spencer in the doubles. ing him a stiff battle all the way. Washington. 2, 3, 4:
-Hitchcock in No. 2 position; Mal-
colm Stevenson at No. 3, and -_
Guest at back instead of Cowdin. F
The new team is handicapped at
34 goals compared to the 35-goal
ranking held by the original squad_
as named little more than two
dlweeks ago. The difference lies inF
the fact that Sanford is rated at
h six goals, one less than Harriman.

POR RENT-Neatly furnished front
room for 2 graduate women,busi-
ness girls, nurses; steam heat;
also garage. Dial 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 2, 3, 4
WANTED-Colored man and wife
want job as cook and houseman.
Good reference; 9 years' experi-
ence., 2, 3
WANTED-Students to know that
our home laundry methods give
your clothes personal attention.
Moe Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial
3916. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
FOR RENT-Suite, beautifully fur-
nished; ideal for professor, or
for student who wants a place
for study. Not "cheap." Also
garage. 928 Church St. 2
FOR RENT-Apt. nicely furnished;
semi-apt. for girls, 2 1-2 blocks
from campus. 621 Forest. Dial
5607. 2, 3, 4
FOR RENT-Large front room for
two. Sleeping porch ifrdesired.
Good location. 1143 Forest. Dial
6692. ffi 2

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According to a recent announce-
ment in the Yale News, "no under-
graduate is allowed to operate any
form of air craft without permis-
sion of the dean of his school."
sided game. The Athletics were
not to be denied, and with Crow-
der, the ace of the Brownie.mound
crop out of the way there was lit-
tle question as to the ultimate re-
sult. In the only other game
scheduled, Washington blanked
Chicago 3-0.

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Dependable Wearables for University Men
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TINKER & COMPANY
So. State St. at William St.
Serving University Men for Thirti} Years

FOR RENT-Two-room suite, well
furnished. Will accommodate two
gentlemen. Close to University.
526 East Jefferson. 2, 3, 4
FOR RENT-Large, well furnished
room for two boys, downstairs.
526 E. Jefferson. 2, 3, 4
FOR RENT-Large double room,
single beds, $2.50 each. 502 E.
Kingsley St. 2, 3
FOR RENT-Strictly first class fur-
nished, heated lower apartment.
Four rooms and bath. 439 S.
Fifth Ave. Dial 21371. 2
FOR RENT-Suite suitable for one
or two fnen in quiet, private
home. Near campus. Phone 6152.
2,3,4
FOR RENT-Attractive room for 2
or 3 men. 522 S. 4th Ave. Dial
6430. 2, 3, 4
FOR RENT-One suite. One single
room exquisitely furnished, for
upperclassmen or graduate stu-
dents. Not "cheap" rooms. 928
Church St. 2
FOR RENT-Ann St., 603 (near
State St.) Newly decorated rooms
and suites. Very reasonable. Real
home cooked meals served. $7.00
per wek. 2, 3, 4
LOST-Will person who took brown
top coat from Union Tap Room
Sunday by mistake please return
to 516 Walnut. Reward. 2, 3
MUSICIAN WANTED-B flat tenor
man. Must be able" to read well
also fake. Phone 9354 after 6
p. m. 2, 3,4,
WANTED - Student who wants
clothing experience; good wages;
also must be a stenographer-
steady employment. Call The
Fair, 200 N. Main. 2, 3, 4
WANTED-Salesladies to work part
time and Saturday. Good wages.
Steady employment. Call The
Fair, 200 N. Main. 2, 3, 4
WANTED-Roommate, male stu-
dent, sophomore, Lit. 813 McKin-
ley. Large sunny, warm room.
Rent very reasonable. Call 6305.
2,; 3
WANTED - Student barbers after
school up to 9- o'clock at night.
Inquire barber shop 205 N. Main.
2, 3, 4
WANTED-Student and family
washing. Will call for and de-
liver. Call 1042 Wall St. 2, 3, 4
FOR SALE-Student furniture, like
new. Dressers, beds, chairs, desks.
Very cheap. Call 21847 or 3469.
2
NOTICE-Piano and Pipe Organ
Instruction. Mrs. Emma Fischer
Cross, formerly on faculty of Un-
iversity School of Music, and
. Washington University. Exten-
sive study in Europe and Amer-
ica. Studio 610 E. Liberty St. Apt.
8; Phone 3566. 2, 3, 4
WANTED-Farm. Want to hear
from owner having good Michi-
gan farm for sale. If bargain,
send prick and description.
F. B. G., Box 495, Olney, Ill. 3
FOR RENT-Two large double
rooms. Will rent as single room
or as suite. A junior wants a
roommate. Price reasonable. 425
S. Division. 3 4, 5

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FOR SALE--Piano, Victrola, and
Atwater-Kent radio. All in fine
condition. Reasonable t e'r m s.
Phone 4596. 3,4

FOR RENT-Very desirable room,
one or two. Private home,
Granger near State. Phone 21125.
Garage. 3,_4, 5
FOR RENT-Single room, steam
heat, continuous hot water. 311
Thompson. Two blocks from
campus. 3, 4,_5
FOR RENT-Large front room for
two. Sleeping porch if desired.
No other roomers. Dial 6692.2 3
WANTED-Private boarding place
by six faculty members. Write
Box 2 Daily. 3, 4, 5
FOR RENT-Three room furnished
apartment for rent. Garage if
desired. Inquire 1117 Forest.
3, 4, 5
FOR RENT-Two large rooms on
first floor completely furnished
for light housekeeping. Private
entrance. Splendid for couple
attending college. 114 N. Ingalls.
Dial 7437.x 3, 4
FOR RENT-Single room, steam
heat, close to campus. Dial 4354.
1317 Washtenaw. 3, 4
FOR RENT-Men. One small single
comfortable room, three minutes
from campus. Reasonable rent.
707 Tappan. 3, 4
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