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j Ia tr A r t we(Speial to Ih ay
PURPLned rN aeTT R u ta 'z a1 N w-pOIGON dMy2- ~ o~u oiaeeriodical hitters, has a habit of
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verine veteran plenty of lopposi- ! _______BLO________ Oh INGrTO eN Ind, ay of ed on Fyfe for 16 hits and 14 _____n hewnnn unhi
tAioLLSWMIN. ?IE sixteen members made up the Ii- counters against the three safe SovdigthUinig uchi
in.FACULTY BSBL *.I , +E t")nhe hc hssvd S UMM
Captain Eddie Hammer will take! The faculty league got under The Intramural department an-1 diana university party of baseball' and no rs for Northwest 1'. Ten allesW dins ae sv Ee
of the Wildcat batters whfed inj eral of the games so far. Coach all dx
over the second singles berth and way Thursday night with four nounces that Life Saving instruc- j payers that left this afternoon for this game. Against Purdue how- F'is'et s choice to do the hurling inter
wli~ meet the Northwestern veter- teams playing. Chemistry Stores Itions are to be given starting with 'Chicago where the team will meet ever Fyfe seemed to be pcformin< will p-obably fall on Compton, who meri
anCuriss In he hir si gotfftoeagnerigood sarc deea Iga session Monday, May 5, at 4:30. the Maroons tomorrow afternoon in xwell and limited his opponen'ts to j showed well against Syracuse. Hle;tioiis
match Michigan's sophomore star, while it took two extra innings forI Each Monday and Thursday at a Conference game. sight hits in the first tame of the s~rucut ik reotfive mn n loe ur
Frd raewil lshan bt hrehits inmn sixn innings, and'lowd;prefe
othY FedBrae, il clshwith a-Chemistry Stores to defeat Physics.] 4:30 will be devoted to this branch Fariler in the season Chcago ilctvtrn eseries.simngudrtedrcinofcm eeadwseaiydfae eotsfo h otZetrnifoxtefr islydi hs ly
Bo lre lyn frtefrt. Cemtityheamforwhe Dais camp state that their rough han"d I game he should give the determin- for i
BeCakpaigfrtefr nn hmsr emwieDvs.p-time in the number four position,nm i Assistant Coach McMahon. by the Crimson by a 7 to 1 score.; ling and the hands o f the llini has ii Wildcats plenty to worry about.-STON
stc paantafut u-hurled for the losers. The winning{ Since that time the Windy Ci~y not disheartened them but with aI Against Chicago Compton allowed! For t
willetChemistrycStorestteamTshovedrover DETROIT-A golfer of this city; nine has had a chance to work upi weeks rest since their Waterloo at' one Whit in 1 1-3 innings. Should;
peveeaBueBatn Ththe runs in the first half of the recently made what could be term-; hmag h
latter, a Detroiter, has an enviable ninth inning, breaking the tie thatI ed a perfect hole-in-one over thei their offense and defense and wrcampaign te nege nthWovrest sho Mronpetr the laeine-up
and is very liable to break into the T~chmcus u hui assol ieIdaaabi Michigan with a fairly consist- i strengthen the tam both at bat
score column for Northwestern, }u he Physsics team almost tied it the lucky man, sinking his tee shot worked on the Indilini mound in ent fielding outfit, and a band of and in the field.! MORT
Fifth singles play will see Rollin upaanbIutn vrtorn on the 182-yard fifth hole. The bal the first game and may be called - n.' ~67
Clark of Michigan mnatch strokesi and they had the tying run on went into the cup on the fly, uo to le've in that capacity to- mode
base when the final out was made, neither bounding or rolling on its mro.i o atispooe435.
withShedonof te Wldcts.Jenkins pitcheds for the losers and way.
Clark has been exprienicing trou- Shankland for the winners. ;star, will tk aeo h icigTPN
ble with his game of late butI In addition to the four teams NEW YORK-Albrt D. "Dolly"1 reins. . rates
should be in good shape for the that played last night a combined Stark resigned his position on the Those who were included inl the___
mac hsatron ntesxhGeorgraphy - History team under umpire staff of the National squad were: Mvagnabosco, Rea,SAD
singles play Ryan will tie up with! the leadership of Hugh Jamiso'n league Monday. Stark also stands Balay, Jaros, Boroughs, Thomas, Sand
Evans of the voistors. and an Army-Engineer team under high in college athletics as basket- Banka Mary rw Dross, Veller,deu
, L rNThe makeupofteNrhsen Capt. Custis, complete the league, ball coach at Catot.Gti rbkr, ddelisk.
doubles teams is at present a mat- Datot.KatBuaeadMnosi
ter of -conjecture while there is _ -__________________________T____________
some question in the Michigan l<''. - '-' } - ~ --
camp as to the selection of the A T U Y B A TF L N W 8R O
first string combine. Either the
Brace-Ryan or Beal-Clarke com-' FORHOUS
bination will take up the first doub-?T E O FC R A D DI CT S OF H S FOen
les play while the other will drawl BANK A E ON TT LY ATT'1YORr . j 131ME ROmenrg
th eoddulsassignment. ( Phon
Hammner and Clark have drawn thei SERVICE. -
third doubles pbst. Everyone interested in above type homes is cordially 4
First doubles position on the BADO IETR nie oatn hssoigwehrte nedbyn
Wildcat team will probably go to BADO IETR nie oatn hssoigwehrte nedbyn O
the team of Bergherm and Reil.wrnt. Just
Brayton and Curtiss seem slated M.{ CaTlElS l GA
for the second doubles assignment I WM. L. WALZ ALEXANDER G. RUTHIVEN Cl
while Sheldon and Evans appear] JOHN C. FRITZ ORMOND -E. HUNT p~eyz~Lron oop .Frc
to have an edge in the selection of' ROY B. HISCOCK OSCAR A. .EBERBRACU t Every Evening 7:00 to 8.30 p. m. prac0
thethirdcombine.L EWIS E. WENZFL EARL FI.,CRESS High
GEORGE J. +,MOF: May 3 to May fith (inclusive) ment
Iowa Broad Jump Star; el
Barely Misses 'Records OFICR Drive
(Speil to The a '1) .{ Attractively located on a beautiful half i
IW CIYMa2:EwrL.1M1 AE J.FIZC iraofBaGordon, the University of Iowa' WILLIAM L. WALZ, President liA cre lt.WAT
Oypcbroad jumper, is claiming A model of convenience. about
a record for missing records, for by JOHN C. FRITZ... Vice-Presidenten.
a total of about six inches he has( ROY B. HJSCOCK . Vice-PresidentCo peei evr dtl.Pn
fallen short of cracking three relay ALRDFyTE .... ahe
carnival marks this year. TheALRDF TE ..Cahe
Hawkeye star, winner of thena NORMAN A. OTTMAR ... . Ass. Vice-President Highest type of construction.
tional championship last season,1 ERNEST W. WAIDELICI.!.,list. Cashier . nuulLnObttrmaeias
leaped 24 feet, 4 3-4 inches to win BENJF. nusuaERan.bAttsr Caeriaer.Wedr
the event at the Illinois relays. But§BE E.PYR ..AstCaheSre
in 1925, DeHart Hubbard, Mich- RAILPHI LUTZ .............. ..... . ...Asst. Cashier I Workanhi beyond ciiim 7317.
igan's great Negro, cleared 2 1-4'o aS5 pcrtcim
inches further to set the record. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED S LCT DDLsC
At the Kansas gaimes, the mar~
of Paul Jones of DePauw withstook LOST-
Gordon's assault, but had theI0 - Tow
measuring atape ichregistered temrseven- IA n A b rS vn s a kA ydnnoon
would have broken the record. &oo}-4tHuo .._ I . ;,--. Rw
don's 'ebt jumip wa '4 fee, "65 -11M tHrn77NrhUiest REALTOR
inches. Another of Hubbard's 7reothUnvrst
ords was the ambition of the Iowan For Private Showing Phone 9012.Evng 5041.I
at Drake last Saturday. But Gr- { vnn
don cleared 24 feet even,j
4? 4 1 ? . u

ER POSITIO NS-Heinz rep-
tatives will be at the Union
ay May 7th, Wednesday, to
view men who desire, sum-
employment. For the posi-
now farm experience is re-
d. Freshmen or ,sophomrs
rred. Consult student Em-
nent Office, University Hall,
nterview period. 351
,he Home, Fraternity, and
208 W. HURON ST.
S~AGE LOANS - Money at
without bonus to loan on
rn Ann Arbor homes. Phone
G-Theses a specialty. Far
*M. V. llartsuff. Dial 908.
-Washed and screened sand
gravel; all sizes. Immediate
el. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C
ENT--4 room heated apart-
Eclean, well furnished,
daire. Summer or Sept. 1
e 3403.
SALE-Essex -1928 Tudor-
overhauled in A-1 condition.
22418. 45
S ALE-Dental office and
ice. Downtown. Populationr
)00 Same location 30 years.
grade clientele Replace-
value $3,000. Sacrifice. Ill
th. Ben H. Lee, 146 Lake
eS. E., Grand: Rapids,,
tigan. X
ED-Position as handy man
t house. Gardening experi-
.Steady 'position desired.
e 6346. 456
-Ostrich leather 'wllet o
nesday morning ner state
t. Finder please call Beesley
Reward. . 'E ;r 561
- Fraternity pin. Initials
7. Call 3595. Reward. 5
-Sheaffer fountain pen left
viting ciesk Thursday after-
iat Farmers & Mechanics
kState Street. Phone 06,
ard. 5
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