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P'"PL ade'T r i li i W hite Sox H 'it IR H 9
&J-1I' Hard; Walker Wins iClvlad...506 000 000-11 17
!Wahinton.015 000 000- 6 7 2
for Giants. ]]iller, H'-arder and Sewell; Brown;
'Thomas, Moore and Rue?.

HAOYT WINS FOR YANKSStLoi
Rnth' the Athletics and Cleveland( New York.

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..00 3000 --4 8

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kept up the fast pace in the Amer- Coffman, Kinsey and Mvanion;
ica..n League yesterday. The A's got Hoyt and Bengough.
off to an early lead against the RH E
White Sox and were never headedI Detroit .....010 020 100- 4 110
after ,the first inning. Connie Mack iBoston.....000 000 010- 1 8 0
briqgbt thr~ee pitchers into the pic- Herring and Rensa; Russel and
tur~e to :keep ;Chicago's 15 hits down B erry.
to 7 runs. Bishop collected a home
run in the fracas. NATIONAL LAGUE
Cleveland sent the second-placeIR H E
Senat~rs owntodefat,11 o l New York .. .000 103 000- 4 91
Senaorsdownto efet, 1 to6.,St. Louis . ..0102 .12021x- 6 100
The bats of the Indians clicked off t Walker and O'Farrel; Sherdel anc
a total o~f 17 hits while their fle Wilson.
errors aided the Washington total. ; . H E
H~oy't, pitching for th~e New York jBso 0 6 2-
Yanks broke into the win columni Chicago .....043 100 01x-- 9 101
by setting .St. Louis back with 5 n porr al
hlits and ,a 4 to 1 score. Bennly Ben- son and Hartnett.
goug h took th~e .catching reins over RH E
fromi Dickey. Detroit scored in three !Philadelphia 210 142 031-14 183
inni'ngs yesterday and the four runs Pittsburgh . .120 000 104- 8 133
gave Herring his win over Russel Benge and Davis; Petty, Ericson,
of :Boston, 4 to 1.. Jones. S cece and Hemsley.
Only three games were played in Brolna icintP an
the -National League, the tilt be- IBoky tCnint an
tween Brooklyn and Cincinnati be-:._______________
ing rained out. The League lead- SlPOTS W'ITERS.
izi New York Giants took the All freshmen and sophomores
ilcnck from St. ILouis, 6 to 4. Chi-
cag, hldig he ecod osiionin who are interested in writing
ca~go holdg elac d ositon in e sports for The Michigan Daily
wrong ,en~d of a :9 to .8 score. Last' are asked to report at the Press
years' Natioial League champs Building any afternoon between
foladwere good for 10 hits including a ; )r n six.
home run by Hack Wilson. Fitts- j + JO RUSSELL,
burgh and the Phillies settled downj Sports Editor.
to. some real. hitting in the last
game in the National league. The UNIVERSITY OF. KANSAS -
Phillies finally waded through 18 Eight hundred sixty-seven stu-
lisIoyi 4t .TePrtscl! ected 13' for themselves putting the~ dents representin~g 19 states and
day's :total up to 31 hits. four foreign countries will receive
______________degrees this spring.
AMPRICAN LEAGUE
R 11 E ST. LOUIS - In order to avoid,
Chicago....00 120 400- 17 15 2' conflict with the metropolitan openI
Philadelphia 120 136 10x-14 17 0! golf tournament in New York, the,
Mc~ain, Weiland and Autry; dates.,of the St. Louis $10,000 open
Shores, Quinn, Walberg, and Coch-' were changed from July 18-20 to
rane. I July 2-4.

E1 AN UTI H O S
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NOTICEipictiue, ncuiunrugs, Fa~utitut
NOTIC pictressilverware, drapes, ex-
NOTICE cellent b ed din g, wonderfuly
WE BS' UED COTHIG 'equipped kitchen with electric
H. BENAMINmixer, large dormitory, new water
H. 1ENJAIN !softener, steam heat, seven fire
215 E. Washington Phone 43101 places, will accommodate 25
246c girls. . Beautifully wooded lot
I73x300. Priced very low. For
RADIO SERVICE further information call Mrs,
Competent service men on all McHenry with
makes of radios. THE F. A. SERGEANT CO.
STIMPSON RADIO SERVICE O0 lce 23259 Evenings 9800
Dial 21408 521 East Libertyj _____ __ 234c:
246c i Guaranteed "Used Cars
PIANO TUNING Phone 6776.t To Drive Home
Victor Ailmendinger. The Stein- ! 26 Dodge Coupes, choice..$17 "5
way oncrt rtit tner OficeDodge Sedan, Runs Fine...... 75
Waycocer atis tner Ofic 1Ford Sedan, Good Rubber.... 75
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave. Touring only 5000 miles...... 95
2340C R. H. ALBER
THE STUDENT INN is serving 51 E. WASHINGTON ST.

FOR SALS
FOR SALE ON WASHTENAW-.
Sorority exceptionally well flur-

special v5c noon-day luncheon,
11:00 to 2:30. 712 Hill St. Eugene
Betts, Mgr. 2C
SPECIAL WARM WE AT HE R
LUNCHEON AT FOREST INN.
538 FOREST 24,
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fait
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 908..
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24c
FOR SALE-Two full -course, :first
floor center, May Festival tickets.
Phone 21534. 612
WAIfED
WANTED-_Position as piano play-
er with orchestra for the sun--
mer. Now playing steady on
campus. References. Address

!O 2, ihga al. 123
SAND--Washed and screened sand Bx19 ihgnDiy
and gravel; all sizes. Immediate WANTED-First class cook wants
delivery. fraternity or sorority work for
I KILL:IN'S GRAVEL CO. the next year. Fifteen years ex-
Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. CI perience in hotels and clubs.
f--- Best of Reference. Box No. 128,
FOR RENT Michigan DailY. 61234
j OR RENT-Next year. Double LOST rokthnte$.Todu
bles, singles $3.00 up. Graduates,; LOST-Black leather notebookc on
business women. Phone 7485. second floor R. L. building, 4:00
____ ___ __________234561 Mon. Finder call 21934. Reward,
T 0 R. E N T -.4 large furnished
roaoms. Private bath. Phone

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FOR RENT--Two room. furnished l E DTH AL
aprmn available Jn A RE D HEDA
! . ~~1133 White Stee.Dil683
t-WatAsSubscribeto theDailyFOR RENT-Very nicely funsAes
Between State S. and :downtown.
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Shours. 6X

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Byorder of the Federal Courta Receiver has been a ppoinated for the firm of

Greenwood and Kilgore.

Immediate liquidation of all the stock of merchan-

dise located at the Shop at 324 South State Stree Is absolutely necessary.
iI yohve not yt visited the Mans shop, and see these amazing values-do so at once.
ad vantage of this greatest of buying o pportuniti sever ffered in AnnAror

Take

Seventy-five
dollar SUIT S
now as low as

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01ol

0A HiLow.
As

Slb

?50

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Knickers
$3.50, $6.50 and
$8.50
Former valuesas high
as fifteen dollars

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rco

tsLow
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50

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Alt woolen

fui

c legths

reduced

The very best inl
SHIRTS
X1.94

Dressing

Gowns

Pajamas
Underwear

x12.50

GOLF

HOSE

and
HALF HOSE
1-2 off

The finest grade of
NECK WEAR
Two selections
$1.25 and$155

A very. fine selection
of PIPES and
NOVELTIES
1-2 oft

1-2 off

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