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THURSDAY, OCTOBER

10, 1929

THE MICHIGAN

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAC*E SEVEN

MACKMEN
EARNSHAW AND GROE FOXX
OUTPITCHCUB STAR I
(Continued from Page One)
center, Earnshaw and Haas scoring.
Blake replaced Malone. Foxx liftedI
to Cuyler. Three runs, two hits,
one error.}
CHICAGO-Grimm lined to Sim-{
mons. Taylor popped to Haas.
1lake beat out an infield hit toj
Boley. McMillan forced Blake,
Bishop to Boly. No runs, one hit,
no errors.
Fifth Inning
PHILADELPHIA-Miller singled
to left. Dykes also singled to left,
Miller holding second. Boley was
out, Grimm. to Hornsby, who cov-
ered first, both runners advancing.
Earnshaw fanned. Bishop flied to
Wilson. No runs, two hits, no er-,
rors.
CHICAGO-English popped to
Dykes. Hornsby singled to center.
Wilson singled to right, Hornsbyl
holding second. Cuyler struck oUt.
Stephenson singled to right, Horns-I
by scoring and Wilson holding seC-
ond. Grimm singled to center,
Wilson scoring and Stephensonv
taking third. Taylor bounced a htitI
off Farnshaw, Stephenson scoring.
]ieathcote batted for ,Blake. Grove
replaced Earnshaw. HartnettI
batted for Heatheote. Hartnett
fanned. Three runs, five hits, no
errors.
Sixth Inning
PHILADELPHIA-Carlson went Hornsby to G
to the box for the Cubs. Haas to English.
singled to left center. Cochrane hit errors.
into a double play, English to CHICAGO
lish struck
BOX SCORE Hornsby. N
rors.

DOWN
CROSSES PLATE A

CHICAGO, 9-3
FTER SEVENTH INNING

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Foxx is trotting across the riate

Philadelphia
Bishop, 2b.......
Haas, cf .........
Cochrane, c.....
Simmons, if.......
Foxx, lb ..........
Miller, rf........
Dykes, 3b........
Boley, ss ..........
Earnshaw, p.......
Grove, -p........
Totals ..........
Chicago
MeMillan, 3b.....
English, ss ........
Hornsby, 2b .......
Wilson, cf .........
Cuyler, rf .........
Stephenson, if ....
Grimm, lb ........
Taylor, c ..........
Malone, p.........
Blake, p ..........
Carlson, p .........
Nehf, p ...........
*Heathcote .......
**Hartnett ........
***Gonzales .......
Totals........
Phila. .0 03 30 0
Chi. ..000 030
*Batted for Blake in

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Se.
PHILADEL
left. Miller
Grimm. D
scoring Foxx
son. Grovei
hits, no erro
i CHICAGO-
through the
for the third
into a double
to Foxx. No
rors.
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PHILADEIt
Haas popped

Grimm. Simmons rolled walked. Simmons hit a home run
No runs, one hit, no into the left field stands scoring1
Cochrane ahead of him. Foxx dou-
-McMillan and Eng- bled to left. Miller flied to Wilson.
out. Foxx retired Two runs, two hits, no errors.
o runs; no hits, no er- CHICAGO-Bishop threw out
Grimm. Taylor singled to right.
venth Inning Gonzales batted for Carlson and
LPHIA-Foxx singled to fanned. McMillan also fanned. No
sacrificed, Taylor to runs, one hit, no errors. -
ykes singled to left Ninth Inning
x. Boley flied to Wil- PHILADELPHIA-Nehf pitching
fanned. One run, two for Chicago. Hornsby threw out,
rs. Dykes. Boley flied to Stephenson.
- Wilson singled Grove lifted to Wilson. No runs, nol
ebox. Cuyler fanned hits, no errors.
time. Stephenson hit) CHICAGO-Boley threw out Eng-
e play, Bishop to Boley lish. Hornsby walked. Wilson
o runs, one hit, no er-; singled to right, Hornsby going to
third. Cuyler tapped to Grove,
ghth Inning whose throw to Cochrane got
LPHIA-Bishop fanned. Hornsby. Stephenson popped to
Ito English. Cochrane Foxx. No runs, one hit, no errors.j
r
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INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT
COMMENCES FALL SPORTS
ular training is now being given in
all of these sports. Anyone who is
intending to enter in any of the
sports to be opened soon is urged to
report to the managers in the in-
tramural building and receive as
much as possible of the instruc-
tion available now before activities
conmmence.
Following the slogan of every
man in athletics, the intramural
sports officials have arranged the
program of activities so that every
man on the campus will be given
an opportunity to take part in
every sport offered for which there
are any facilities here. Detailed
information is contained in the In-
tramural Handbook.

Invigorfating
BILLIARDS
an Amusement
that all may enjy
Your daily round of exercise needn't
interfere with your studies if you
play billiards--a mental stimulant as
well as a not-too-strenuous method of
bodily exercise.
Visit our well-equipped billiard room
at any time-during your lunch hour
or in the evening-and enjoy a pleas-
ant period of restful recreation in an
atmosphere of comfort and good taste.
Brunswick equipment throughout.
307-309 South State Street

NOTMCE
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
H. BENJAMTN
215 E. Washington Phone 43i0
134c
TAILORING-Men's suits made
strictly to order, from select fab-
rics, by an experienced maker and
fitter. Kollauf, 115 South Main.
Over Walk Over Shoe Store.
345612
DINNER serfed every evening at
1001 Forest Ave. 65c. Sunday
dinner 75c. Good home cooking,
34
NOTICE -- Boat Club Restaurant
Whitmore Lake open all winter.
Dinrfer parties and dancing.
Phone 9175. F. M. Stofflet and
Lane Lee proprietors. C
SPECIAL to co-eds this week.
Frederics Wave reduced to $5.50.
Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop, 1110
outh University. Dial 7561. 234
FOR DINNERS AND TEA PARTIES
-Ben Lopez Trio. Classical music
that always pleases. Phone 6681.
23
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Repair work along with our regular
laundering s e r v i c e includes,
darning,turning collars, and sew-
ing on buttons. Give your clothes
the best of care at the
MOE LAUNDRY
204 North Main Phone 3916
P I A 1N 0 INSTRUCTION-Studio
609 E. William. Phone 5407.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-All electric Aadiola.
Reasonably priced. 1100 .Hill. Dial
8417. 345
KODAK-3A special post card size.
Color screen; two tripods and
case; like new; $80 outfit; half
price. 1112 Michigan Ave. H. H.
Graf ton. 234
FOR SALE--Female Police Dog;
four puppies; ten weeks old.
Floyd B.Gentner, 121 Worden
Ave. Dial 4584. 456123
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOMS-603 E. Uni-
versity, adjacent to campus.
Single rooms $3.50 and $4.00.
Suite $3.50.
I FOR RENT--3 room furnished
apartment, 1 block off Packard,
near State, to upper class men or
man and wife. 812 Mary St. 234
FOR RENT-Upperclassman would
like a man to share a large room
on first floor. Very reasonable.
Call 425 South Division. 123

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LAW STUDENT wants roommate.
Large, comfortable room, $3.50.
Dial 7385.

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Cigars and Cigarettes

Fountain Service

Pipes Candy

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TO RENT-Piano studio
hour for Practicing. 609
liam. Phone 5407.

by the
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**Batted for Heatheote in 5th.
***Batted for Carlson in 8th. ,
Runs Batted in-Simmons 4, Foxx
3, Haas, Dykes, Stephenson,
Grimm, Taylor.
Error-English.
Two Base Hits-Foxx, English.
Home runs-Foxx, Simmons.
Sacrifice hits-Miller, Boley.
Double plays-English to Hornsby,
to Grimm; Bishop to Boley to
Foxx.
Struck out-By Earnshaw, 7; by
Grove, 6; by Malone, 5; by Blake,
1; by Carlson, 2.
Bases on, balls-Off Malone, 5; off
Earnshaw, 4; off Grove, 1; 'off
Carlson, 1.
Winning Pitcher-Grove.
Losing Pitcher-Malone.

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couple or for men students. 308
Thompson. Dial 6116. 124612
WANTED
ATTENTION STUDENTS
For self-supporting students desir-
ing fascinating remunerative
work either temporary or perma-
nent, may I suggest that many
students of both sexes have earn-
ed scholarships and cash suffi-
cient to defray all college ex-
penses representing national
magazine publishers. In inter-
ested write or wire for details. M.
A. Steele, National Organizer, 5
Columbus Circle, New York, N. Y.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 3
WANTED-Insurance salesman for
part time. Salary and commis-
sion. Applicants kindly send in
phone number and address to
Post Office Box No. 168. 123
WANTED-Tutors at once in Bot-
any; Chemistry; Economics, Phys-
ics; Zoology, etc. Mack Tutor-
ing Agency, 310 S. State Street.
Phone 7927. 123
LOST
BROWN LEATHER NOTEBOOK on
jcampus Saturday. Dial 6064. 2

These are strong Values

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on Thursday and Friday, October tenth and eleventh
Mr. Henry M. Keilus
will make a special showing of fine clothing-top-
coats-sport suits and evening clothes fromn the shops
of Gemer and Botwick, New Haven Conn.
this showing will be held at
GREENWOOD and KILGORE
where this clothing is avail-
able at all times in Ann Arbor

FALL SUITS
by Society rad
.$45
These suitsoffer-morewez
more style, better ta lring
fwor less money, thainy
Society Brand haever put.

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