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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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BI8 LEAGUE LEADERj
Athletics Fail To Takle Advantage
OT 11ew York's Defeat And Lose
To St. Louis Browns
CUBS DEFEAT PIILLIES
Molday's games in the Big'
Leagues failed to mark any change
in 'the respective positions of the
leaders in either the Americanl
League or the National League. In
their fight for the pennant in the'
National, both the Giants and the
St. Louis Cardinals won while the
defeat ,of both the Yankees and the
Athletics left the New Yorkers still
in the lead in the American
League.
The St. Louis Browns proved
the :stumbling block in the path ofj
the Philadelphia team and took a
slow game, 6 to 2. Failing to take
this golden opportunity to prae-
ticaly sinch their hold on the pen-
nant, the Yankees dropped a close
gami2e to Cleveland 4 to 2.j
Alexander kept the Cardinals at
the top of the National League,
with a 9 to 2 victory over Brooklyn.
At the same time the Giants found
Kalp of the Cincinnati Reds for:
eleven hits which resulted in seven
runs while the best the Reds could
do was to collect two runs, all
scored in the third inning.
Boston and Pittsburgh split a
double header, the first game going1
to ,Pittsburgh, 3 to 1 and the second
game .to Boston, 4 to 2. The Chi-
cago Cubs also boosted their aver-
age with a 7 to 6 victory over the
Phillies.

Corbett Collegiate Clothes Shop

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How Gold
Prospector
Went Scotch"
Minneapolis, Minn.
April 30, 1928
Larus & Bro. Co.
Richmond, Va.
Dear Sirs:
Two years ago last winter I went
into the Red Lake gold fields in
Canada. It was a tough trail from
Hudson, overe140 miles of snow and
ice. 'There were fourteen of us on the
trail going in, and frequently at night
when seated around a big camp fire,
some one would ask me for a pipeful
of Edgeworth. These Canadian boys
sure like our Edgeworth.
In four weeks' time I ran out of
Edgeworth. I was glad to get 'most
any old tobacco.
One day, nowever, I dropped in to
Dad Brown's tent, a 72-year-old pros-
pector, and seeing a' can of Edgeworthi
on an improvised table, back there 150
miles from the "steel," I perked up at
once, saying, "Dad, I'm plum out of
tobacco-how's chances for a pipe-
ful?" "Help yourself," he said. So
pulling my heavy duty pipe from my
pocket, I loaded it with Edgeworth,
packing it in so tightly that I couldn't
get the least bit of a draw.
I excused myself for a moment, and
stepped outside to remove about three
pipefuls to put in my pouch. Dad
stepped out, saying, "You're worse
than any Scotchman I ever saw."
Then I confessed. I told him what
happened to my Edgeworth-that I
was just dying foraa smoke, and he
understood' right away. He said,
"Boy, Edgeworth is mighty scarce in
these parts, but 1 reckon I can spare
what's left of that can. Help yourself."
You can just bet your last nickel
that I guarded this Edgeworth with
extreme care until I got back to the
"steel."
Yours very truly,
C. M. Bahr
Extra High Grade
Smoking Tobacco

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TENOR BANJOIST - Experienced
wihes-pace with campus orches
tra. Read and fake. Call R',osc
22117 at noon or after 6. 2,3,
FOR RENT-One nice room in goo
location, double or single. 42
Thompson Street. Phone 21559
2,
FOR RENT--Large suite. Will ren
single or double. 537 Elm Streel
Phone 5291.

WANTED-A Junior Law
roommate. Dial 8544.
Washington.

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422
2,

New Fall Showing ot
Adler Collegian Clothes
Here they are, men. Just arrived. The new Fall models
in Suits and Top Coats. The season's nw trend in all the
wanted shades. Come in and give them the once over.

FOR 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

$ 7 h77 Y.'..'I

Corbett is always glad to
appear each season. The
in Ann Arbor.

show you the
only exclusive

new things as they
Young Man's Shop

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

American. League
Athletics.....000 000 020 2 8
St. Louis.... .000 023 010 6 14
Pitchers; Athletics, Quinn;
Louis, Crowder.

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Our clothes arq all special made for us. This is why we do
such a big business with the student body. When you get
fitted out at our store you get the finest merchandise at Live
and Let Live prices. A ,two-pant Suit at a one-pant price.
No charge for thie extra pair.

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JY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT
OUR STORE IS THE
OF ANN ARBOR
The character of the suits and
overcoats tailored by Charter House
will earn your_most sincere liking.
Formerly J. F. Wuerth Co.
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FOR RENT-Apt. nicely furni
semi-apt. for girls, 2 1-2 1
from campus. 621 Forest.
5607.

Boston .....000 000 000 0 5 0
Detroit ......000 121 400 8 12 1
Pitchers; Boston; Simmons,
Rothroer; Detroit, Gibson.

2, 3,

Suits 40.00,45.00, 50.00-
with iboth Pairs..of pants
A Complete Line of Furnishings
Just Received a Big Shipment of
Trench Coats
W e Keep You Looking 'Your Best

New York.... 001
Cleveland ... .003
Pitchers; New
Cleveland, Miller.

620 000 3 5 0
001 000 4 11 2
York, Pipgrass;

Want Ads Pay

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Washington ..003 020 100
Chicago .....002 200 000
Pitchers; Washington,
Braxton; Chicago, Atkins.
National League
New York ....002 011 030
Cincinnati . . .010 200 100
Pitchers; New York,
Cincinnati, Kalp.

6 10 0
4 8 0
Burke,
7 11 0
4 9 31
Benton;

TOM CORBETT

The Mans Shop

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116 E. Liberty St.

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Brooklyn
St. Louis;
Pitchers;

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Brooklyn,

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featuring the
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Trench coat, a good
quality, shower-proofed
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gaberdine (not rubber
coat).
$10
and our famous line of
"Big Ten" oxfords in the
imported Scotch grained
leathers.

Fall
Suitings
On display
for your
inspection

The preference in
university wea r is,
definitely towards
the woolens of darker
shades--dark gray
especially, and blues
and browns are very
good.
Suits which are at
once smart and con-

FOR RENT-Large front room for
two. Sleeping porch ifrdesired.
Good location. 1143 Forest. Dial
6692. ffi 2
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. 52 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 men in quiet, private
home. Near campus. Phone 6152.
fit ffl ff1 ffi ff1 2,3, 4
FOR RENT-Attractive room for 2
or 3 men. 522 S. 4th Ave. Dial
6430. 2,3,4
FOR RENT-Beautifully furnished
double room with alcove dormi-
tory. Near campus. Reasonable
rent. 707 Tappan. , 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 (neat
State St.) Newly decorated rooms
and suites. Very reasonable. 'teal
home cooked meals served.$7.00
per wek. .23, 4
LOST-Will person who took brown
top coat from Union Tap Room
Sunday by mistake please return
to 516 Walnut. Reward. 2, 3
LOST-Saturday p. m. Police pup-
py. 3 months old. Tan head and
collar. White rear paws. Answers
to name Teddy. Reward.' Call
7517. ff1. 2, 3, 4,
MUSICIAN WANTED-B flat tenor
'nman. 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.
23
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 Oygan
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.
8k Phone 3566. 2, 3, 4

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