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FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1930

THE MICHICAN

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VARSITY TEAM SETT
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By Bob Shaw. Coach Inerwerson in his at-
Wolverines Hold. Last Workout Next year's Illinois cage squad tempts to mould a winning
Before Purdue Invasion; should rank with the leaders if eleven for next fall. lie will be
Battin Is StrongI the taciturn statement of Coach c r
lCraig Ruby is to be believed. Thes
REGULAR PITCHERS REST' Illinois mentor said that "next reserves and the fresaman forI
year's prospects are good or bet- capable players, and ineligi-
ter." In addition the Suckers will bility may deplete these ranks.
With two games confronting be able to put a quintet of tall, I
Coach Fisher and his diamond clan rangy men on the floor according For a school that is not noted for
for this week end, the final work- to advance notices. its powers on the cinder track, In-
out yesterday afternoon before the diana carried off more than its
Purdue contest was restricted to Although it is rather out of share of honors at the Ohio Re-
batting and fielding practice. Six season it is interesting to note lays. The Hoosiers took one first,
that Iowa's Hawkeyes are still one second, three thirds, a fourth
pitchers worked out on the mound having difficulty with regards and fifth at the Columbus carni-
although Montague, Compton, and to football. The loss of 10 let- val. Their victory was scored in
Holtzman looked on since either termen will greatly handicap the four mile relay in the record
one may draw an assignment Fri.- time of 17:52.5. Evidently the boys
day or SaturdayTrfrom Bloomington can produce
day or Saturday. Thr~e SdriM age Tie's other good -things beside basket-
Both batting screens were put to ** - ote
use and batting eyes in general ature
gera mh FeprG rbeiirnsDrillbalts
were in the process of being sharp-, .-1i

CAMPUS SOCCER
TEAM TO MEET
DETROIT TWELVE
Although soccer is making its
first appearance in Michigan ath-
letics, Coach Johnstone predicts
that in' a comparatively short time
it will be accepted as one of our
Varsity sports. An all-campus soc-
cer team, for which 28 men have
already reported, will engage the
strong Detroit Football Club in
thcir second game of the season at
13:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon on
South Ferry field.
In their first game against the
Holly Carburetor Company of De-
troit, one of the most powerful soc-
cer teams in the Middle West,
Coach Johnstone's ali-campus team
displayed strong talent in only los-
ing by a score of 4-2. At 4:00.
o'clock this afternoon the soccerl
squad will participate in a lively
scrimmage game.
The probable line-up for Satur-
day's game against the Detroit
Football Club will be: Chakre-
vartty at goal, Gill at right back,
Dee at left back, Fleming at right
half back, Valverdi at center half
back, Rios at left half back, Zud-
shi at center forward, Junguito at
inside left, Madero at left wing,
'Kim at inside right and Eabon at
right wing.
In glancing through this line-up
the impression is conveyed that
soccer has met with great favor
amoilg the foreign students of the
campus.
PRAGUE-Bill Tilden won an-
other game of his continental barn-
storming trip when he defeated
Roderich Menzel, 6-0, 6-3, 6-1 in the
Czechoslovakian tennis champion-
ships being played here.

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ADVERTISING ]
NOTICE
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT - Trav-
elling in state of Mich. Salary of
$45 per week and transportation.
See Al Donahue this afternoon
between 3 and 5 in room 302 at
the Union or cal 4151 today for
appointment.
NOTICE
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
H. BENJAMIN
215 E. Washington Phone 4310
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RADIO SERVICE
Competent service men on all
makes of radios.
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Dial 21408 521 East Liberty
2460
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ened. Hazen, Travers, and Evans
were some of the pitchers who
worked out, throwing them in
straight and fast for hitting pur-
poses.
The hitters soon warmed up to
their tasks and base hits clatter-;
ed off their bats to all parts of the
field. Truskowski, Tompkins, and
Straub poled out the long ones to
the outfield.'
After the batting workout, Coach
Fisher took the helm for the in-
field practice. Superko held down
the hot spot around third with My-
ron at short, Daniels on the key-
stone sack, and Hudson at first.;
The weather was all a ball club
could ask for and the final work to
round out the infield for Purdue
and Illinois was set at a fast paec
which never let down until the last
ball was fielded..
Myron and Daniels appeared as aI
formidable double play combina-
tion around second base. Theirt
throws and relays were fast and ac-
curate and from all. appearances
this combination will finish the sea-
son around second base. Capt.,
Straub, Tompkins, and Butler shag-
ged the fungos in the outfield. ,

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he refused to be boxed and stop-
ped two touchdown sprints.
LaJeunesse took the short bucks
and after an off tackle play that1
netted about eightayardsp"Laje"
drove over Gittman for the first
score. Heston who had just gotten1
off a long punt, was called to try
for the extra point and he booted'
an easy one between the posts.
At the start of the second quar-
ter Bovard's crew went in again to
~take on Poe's number 3 team and
this time succeeded in piling up six
points after a slow start when East-I
man crossed the line on a short cut
off play. Newman and Tessmer were
the strength of Poe's ground gain-
ing backfield while Goldsmith at
full took the short plunges and
backed the line.
In the last period team number
2 took another touchdown from the-
Poemen after a great deal of rush-
ing and fumbling by both sides.
Kipke and Keen shifted the line-
ups in this last battle and tried
out several combinations any one
of which showed more promise than
spring practice has revealed in sev-
eral years.

Illinois has suffered the loss
of one of her varsity baseball
players through ineligibility.
Just who this individual is re-
mains a secret, authorities on
the Urbana campus professing!
ignorance when questioned on
the subject. The Illinois coun-
cil of administration was re-{
sponsible for the announce-
ent in the first place.. Falsify-
ing entrance credit is the
charge leveled against the ath-
lete_
For a game that was reputed toI
be between two of the- best baseball
teams in the Conference, the Wis-
consin-Northwestern battle was a
farce, the final score being 16-12.
ATHLETIC SCHEDULE.
Friday-
Baseball-Purdue, here.
Track-Interscholastics, here.
Saturday-
Baseball-Illinois, here.
Track-Illinois, here.
Golf-Chicago, here.
Tennis-Ohio State, here.

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ANY SUIT IN THE* HOUSE

PIANO TUNING - Phone 6776.
Victor Allmendinger. The Stein-

Values to $56

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Lowter Prices on Topcoats
Valesto$4050
Values to $40

BIG MAY SALE
20% DISCOUNT ON
FRATERNITY JEWELRY
Burr, Patterson & Auld
603 Church

Sale on Pants and
Wool Knickers.
$6,4fm

Linen Knickers,,
plain white and
plaids.
$4950'

way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
2340
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
SAND-Washed and screened sand
and gravel; all sizes. Immediate
delivery.
KILLIN'S GRAVEL CO.
Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C
FOR RENT
HOUSES TO RENT WANTED-
We have clients who wish to
rent houses either for the sum-
mer period or the full year.
Furnished or unfurnished.
Call Mr. Lechner
Kempf, Lewright, Benson
& Staebler, Inc.
23245 Evenings 8840
246C
FOR RENT -Four room furnished
apartment, bath, electric refrig-
erator, hot water. Subrent June
15 to Sept. 15 (or available for
year.) Phone 23886. 45
FOR RENT-Very nicely furnished
apartment, 4 rooms and bath.
Between State St. and downtown.
Call owner at 6509 during office
hours. 6X
FOR SALB
SUBURBAN HOME-Open for in-
spection, new modern 6 room
home, very large lot, plenty of
fruit. Moderately priced, easy
terms, open Thursday and Fri-
day evenings 5 to 9 o'clock. Lo-
cated at West Liberty St. at the
cut off. 2 mile beyond city
limits. Owner George Cornell.
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FOR SALE-Fur coat $30.00 cash.
Phone 3212 between 6 and 7
p.m.234

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Many have already taken advantage of this great sale. Why not
you, while there is still such a fine selection. The low price.
does not imply low ouality, for every one of our suits is de-
signed by Mr. Del Prete and hand tailored by Penn Hall,
an unbeatable combination. Come in today.

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W ANVED
WANT5D- ostion s cook in
fratenity or sorority for the next
collge year. Call 9196 after 7
o'clock, Mrs. Bringleson. 345
LOST
LOST - Pair of octagon shaped
glasses in a blue case, on S. Uni-
versity Ave., between Washtenaw
and Church. Phone 9080.
LOST - A pocket book between
Field House and Park Terrace.
Call 21017.

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