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THE MICHIGAN

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Baseball
HOLDS PRHOUD PLACI
154 Games Schedule, Training Sea
son And World Series Main-
tain Enthusiast's Interest
CAREFUL RECORDS KEPI
There are few sports whic]
manage to remain in the publi
eye with the consistency that pro
fessional baseball does. There i

I LASSIFI,
Gets Most Of SportAttention CADMRISIND
games in April, the activities of Critics Oppose Records !but another record is kept of the NOTICE
the various clubs in their southern It is at this point that the critics runs which his hits are responsible
training camps are the center of l assail many of the statistics that for, thus laying more stress on the PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-
attraction. pour fort from the offi o f u 1Ibbe whwie S:a 1rOre , ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776, Vic-
"Hot Stoves" Active various keepers of the recordsrtmely. tor Allmendinger. Not with any
- Between the close of the season Some argue that they are worth- The pitcher has likewise been music house. Exclusive piano
and the start of the conditioning less as indicators of real vahte, given more consideration now. tuner for the University School
work in the south, the so-called while others stoutly defend them. Earned run averages, or the num- of Music. Office at residence,
"hot stove league" or the circula- jThe c riticism directed towards ber of runs which can be traced to 1608 Morton Ave.
tion of rumors of trades of all sorts ifielding records is in general of.axthe actual fault of the hurler are Wed., Thu., Fri., c
serve to keep the sport from being somewhat sound nature. also maintained and the final
forgotten. These rumors and the Opponents claim that the b(,i award of the palm as the most TYPEWRITER SERVICE--New Cor-
f actual completion of trades take ifelder in any position will show ai fective pitcher goes not to the ona, Royal, Underwood, Reming-
sides with the issuance of the record of more errors than a less :odeceiver who won the most and ton portables, also used large and
usual grist of statistics during the finished lost the least, but to the one who portable typewriters of all makes
monuuaith of saitisdecgehefnshdprfre.betrrhr. yhi w aiiy subdued the op-I
c month of December. stop, for instance, will roam mui by hisiown batters and granted the -P
- No sport can likewise claim the further between the second and least number of earned runs. ed haantsP
s distinction of having such com- ,third base sacks than a less ca -__eastnumber__fearnedrun_

not a month during the entire year plete records kept and published pable man, thus permitting him to
in which this national pastime for public consumption as does stab at far more chances and
does not break into the sport pages baseball. thereby give official scorers more !
of newspapers. These records are a source of chances to charge him with an or -
A long 154-game playing sched- comfort to a player who has had a ror.
ule holds the public attention from rather satisfactory season. When Change In Batting Rules
the middle of April until the open- the time comes to sign a contract In the field of batting and pitch-
ing weeks of the football season in he can point casually to the black- ing the criticism has been met by
the fall, climaxed by the feature and-white figures supposed to additional statistics. The player is
attraction of a World series. For show in part his worth to the team no longer merely credited with so-
some months before the opening during the playing grind. many hits in so many times at bat,
20 Per
Cent

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KINNEY QUALITY SHOES
For Men and Women.

bought, sold, rented, exchanged.
cleaned,. repaired. Large stock.
best service, considerate prices.
Phone 6615. O. D. Morrill, 151
Nickels Arcade.I
FLETCHER HALL - Men's only
dormitory. Reserve your roomsl
now for the second semester.
Shower baths, hot and cold water
in each room. Maid service.'
Single $4.50, double $3.25 perl
week. 915 Sybil St. Phone 4770.
79-941
NOTICE-H. W. Clark Shoe Factory,
corner of South University andI
Forest. Let us save you 20 per-
cent on your repair work. Onlt:
one shoe factory in town.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair,
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387.
c
NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry,
204 N. Main St., for laundry ser-
vice with real personal attention
like received at home. C
NOTICE-We are closing our our
full line of Dresses and Wardrobe
Trunks at cost. Koch & Henne.
1c
RIDING BOOTS from $10 up; golf
shoes from $8 up; moccasins h
ten different leather styles, $6
All kinds of shoes made to your
measure.-H. W. Clark.
THE PLANADA-Ready for occu-
pancy by Feb. 1. New and modern
1, 2, and 3-room furnished apart-
ments. Call manager, 8979, or1
apply at Apartment 10, 1127 E.I
Ann. 86,87,88
WANTED
WANTED-Porter wants position in
fraternity house. Good refer-
ences. Call Hayle, 2-1417.
86,87,88,89,90,91
W A N T E D - Engineering college
graduate for engineering sales
and office work. Phone Cadillac
8177. H. O. Trerice Company, 1338
W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, Mich.[
85,861

SPECIAL
Men's
Silk
and
Wool
HOSIERY
Regular
50C
Values
SPECIAL
35c
Pair

5-9
MEN'S Black or Tan
Calf Blucher Oxford with
Scotch Grain Vamp and
Quarter. Leather Heel.

W A N T E D-Man, colored, wants
work-cook, porter, etc. Call
mornings, 21806. ,pps
83,84,85,86,87,88
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-806 Arch St.-Large
living room, bay window, for
quiet woman student or instrut-
ress. Phone 7485. 85,86,8,1
FOR RENT-Room for men stu.
dents. Unusually warm room in
quiet home. 1010 Forest. 85,86,87
FOR RENT-Front suite, in League
House for one or two girls; four
blocks south of campus. Every
home convenience. Phone 3842.
84,85,86
FOR RENT-A desirable suite, also
single and double rooms, in good
location. Also light housekeeping.
429 S. Division. 84,85,86
F 0 R S A L E-Two Choral Union
Series tickets with Festival cou-
pons. Main floor (rear). $10.00
each. Call Mrs. Phillips. Phone
3797. 85,86
FOR RENT-Reduced fortsecond
semester, front room for two girls
or will r e n t singly. Approved
house. Phone 21298. 86,87,88
FOR RENT-Large airy room, well
furnished, with private bath.
Suitable for instructor or gradu-
ate student. No other roomers.
Phone 3877. 86
FOR RENT-Two suites, one single,
in Wood League House, 1-2 block
from campus. 725 Haven St.
86,87,88
FOR RENT-Clean, warm front
suite and single room. 537 Elm
St. Phone 5297. 86
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Russian wolf fur coat.
Almost new. Very reasonable.
Need cash. Dial 4820. 85,86,87
FOR SALE-Microscope, good con-
dition, reasonable price. Call 3206
between 6 and 8 p. m. C. E. Dil-
lard, 908 Greene. 85,86,87
FOR SALE-Arbophone radio, good
condition, quite new, and at very
reasonable price. Phone 6951. 747
Packard. 85,86,87
L O S T - Sheaffer fountain pen.
Finder p 1 e a s e notify Dorothy
Dloom. Phone 8907. 86,87,88

HOSIERY
For Women
Special
All-Silk
Chiffon
Regular
$1.59
Val ues
SPECIAL
$1.29
Pair

DISC OUNT
. . .is now in effect

PARTY AND FULL DRESS SHOES
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Better Shoes at a Big Saving
117 South Main

WANTED - Nice, single room for
second semester for Chinese
graduate student. Phone "Hu,"I
8747, after 7. 85,86,87

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