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Y, MAY 16,1930

THE MICHIGAN D AILY

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KENTUCKY DERBY,
OCCURSOMR W
Twclve Thoroughbreds, Smallestj
Meld in Years, to Face

Baseball Team See4s
Revenge oan Wildcats
For Last 8-0 Losej
(Continued From Page 6)
start the game with the same line-
up that faced the Maize and $lue
in the earlier game, with Kadison,
Prange, and Crizevsky in the out-
field, Oliphant on first, Schwartz
at second, Dempsey covering short;
and Schuett at the hot corner.
Shorty Rojan, a former MuskegonJ

Barrier.

'GALLANT FOX' IS THREATI
Tomorrow will witness the an-1

nual occurrence of that classic of athlete and captain of the team,I
Amprican turfdom, the Kentucky. will be behind the bat. The pitcherI
Derby. Twelve thoroughbreds will1 that will face the Wolverines is as
face the barrier, the smallest field yet unannounceds
since that of 1922 when MorvIh Michigan, in most of its games
r to date, has shown no inclination
romped home first. These dozen to bit and field at the same time.
three-year olds represent the cream When the team is hitting, the
of the crop of the 150 nominees of pitchers go poorly and the fielding
last winter, and consequently will is ragged; when the pitching and
compete tomorrow in the one and fielding is above the average the
ome uateromirrecl thassnicandhitting is weak. In last week's1
one-uarer ile lasicgame against Illinois the team -fin-
Sn the parade of prize horseflesh aysegntIat eteackfa
at Churchill Downs one horse punch at the bat, and if the hitters
stands out as the outstandig fav- can maintain a pace anywhere
orite. This horse is the outstand-n haeth yhere
ing threat of the East in their at- Inear the same as they showed in!
tempt to win the laurels which the that game a Wolverine victory
Nest has captured for the last three would be practically assured.
years.isname is Gallant Fox, Following the encounter with theI
hd his osutstandi g coquest of Wildcats today the Michigan team
the present season was the cap- will entrain for Champaign, where
turing of first place in the Preak- it will meet the Illini in a return
ness, the classic on Eastern tracks. game Saturday. Last Saturday Illi-
Ciack Brigade, runner-up to Gal- nois invaded Ferry field to give the1
lanti F'ox in the Preakness, is an. Fisher-coached 'outfit an 11-8 set-
other' entry that is receiving con- back in one of the weirdest games
siderable backing. A dark horse played on the Michigan diamond
may win, if the track is muddy, in in several seasons.

Athletics and White Sox Halted
mFourth'Inning With
Champs"'Abead.
qIs USE FIVE HURLE4S
Washington and 4leveland were
the 'sole survivors of ld Jupiter
Pluvis' antics in the American
League yesterday. The Senators
stayed ofi tp of a 4 to 2 sedg
althoiugh they, were"oathit 10 to 9.
Ohicag imc'tho "A's got off to a
godd tartbut Werc rained 'oit of
the picture in the fburth linning.
The Whlite Sox trailed the world's
champs 6 'to 3.
Thiee games in the National'
league were'aiso held 'off to furnisfi
f'uture 1barga'in dlays for the farts.1
The only g iue to get under way
was the Boston tilt at Chicago. The
National league. champs hanin'4red1
out 14 hits to 11 by theSox but fell
short'by two runs,'the'sore etndirn
10-s. ' - ---
AMERICAN LEAGUEj
Detroit"at Boston-Rain
St. Louis at New York-Rain
Chicago ....10'2 0
Called-Rain
Philadelphia 0 6 0 '0
R. H. E.
Cleveland .0. 0 0 0 0 100 1 0-2 10 01
Washington .10200010x-4 9 1
Hudlin & Sewell; Jones, Henry' &
Ruel.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York at St. Louis-Cold
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh-Rain
R. H. E.
Boston .....0 00403030-10 11 1
Chicago ....200030300-- 8 14 3
Grimes, Smith & Cronin; Nelson,
Moss, Root, 'Malone, Blake &I
Taylor, Hai'tnett.

.. .. TENNIS_
Following is the schedule of the.
second round play of fraternity ten-
nis. Th'ese matches nust be play-
ed by May 24 or both teams will be
forfeited. All fraternities that en-
tcredteams first round are
Urged to teleph'one the names of
their team in to thei)Aramural
office-p1hne 22101.
Delta Theta Pi-vs. Phi Delta Theta.
'Phi Beta 'Pi' vs. Chii Psi.
Signa Nu vs. Taui' Ei ilon Phi.
Phi 1Mu Delta vs. 2eta-si.
kappa Nu vs. Delts Sigtna Phi.
Alpfl Onega vs. Pi Xambda 'Phi.
Thu Kappa Epsilon vs. 'Psi Upsi-
lon.
"Phi Kiappa Psi vs. Alpha Tau
T igon vs. Delta Alpha Epsilon.
Phi Ganma Delta vs. Sigma Pi.
Golfers Meet in Charity Match
DETROIT-Illinois and Michigan
golf professionals are to clash on
the links June 2. The match is for
charity and a return - encounter
will be held-in Chicago later in the
same znionth.' Each state' has se-
lected 12 golfers for play in the in-
dividual and foursome matches.
inquiry handicaps Player.
PARIS-An injury to Christian
Boussus, considered the mast prom-
ising' player }in' French tennis 'or-
cles, has greatly handicappe?
France for Davis Cup play this
summer. He was being heavily
counted on in view of the retire-
inent of LaCoste and the poor play-'
ing of Cochet and Borota.

Sigma Phi Epsilonvs.SigmaChi. E , ng., y1. -
Pi igah s . -Th. two British professionals,
Alpha kappa Kappa vs. PhiEpI Archie Compson and Abe Mitchell,
silon Pi. jscored a smashing victory over
Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Sigma Zetaj America's two leading profesionals
TeaMs should get in touch with yesterday when they defeated Lou
their opponent today and arrange 1Diegel and Horton Smith, 9 and 8,
for a convenient time to play. Be ina3-oeehiiinmtho
sure to telephone the results as so n a 36-hole exhibition match on
as the match is played. :the North Manchester course.

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Intram uradNews

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American Pros Lose
to British Golfers
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It's Wise'Economy
When You Combine

Smart Styles
Workmanship and
Fabrics
EVERY MILTONS SUIT
OR' T OP C OA T CON-
TAINS THESE THREE
IMPORTANT REQUI-
SITES!
A N D BESIDES, YOUR
CHOICE IS UNLIMITED!
TWEEDS, H E R R I N G-
BONES, TWISTS AND
WORSTEDS.

the person of Uncle Luther. This'
horse won the Derby trials of last
Tuesday in a sea of mud. In the
event that he does win =this year
it will furnishdaestrong parallel
to the victory of Cl'yde Van Dusen
in last year's Derby. ' Ned. O. is
another favorite in the advance
dope of the railbirds.
"Miss Olympic 1930," whose real
name is Mile. Jacky Joel, has been
selected for this high honor for her
proficiency in swimming, fencing,
horseback riding; and track and1
field sports.

FRATERNITY BASEBALL
NOTICE
Fraternity teams that have
won the championship of their
baseball league and teams that
are tied for the championship,
are to send a representative to
the Intramural office for draw-
ing places in the elimination
series. Drawings will take placeI
at 4 o'clock.
Intramural Sports Dept.-

Sit or Topcoat

Latest in Engraved Cards,
Trinity Text on Ivo-yr'Finish Stock

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THE MAYER-SCHAIRER COO
STATIONERS PRINTERS' BINDES
OFFICE OUTFITTERS
Phone 4515 ",112 South Mai

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}DYERTISI!G
NOTICE
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
H. BENJAMIN
215 E. Washington Phone 4310
246c
RADIO SERVhE
Competent service men on all
makes of radios.
STIMPSON RADIO SERVICE
Dial 21408 621 East Liberty
2460
SPECIAL WARM WEATHER
LUNCHEON AT FOREST INN.
538 FOREST 24
2nd SEMESTER TUTORING
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 S. STATE. PHONE 7927
1230
40 PIANO TUNING - Phone 6776.
Victor Almendinger. The Stein-
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
2340
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
0
SAND-Washed and screened sand
and gravel; all sizes. Immediate
delivery.
KILLIN'S GRAVEL CO.
Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Upper duplex, five
room, bath, sleeping porch.
Available Sept. 1. Garage. 905
Forest. Phone 6137. 345
FOR RENT-Next year. Double
room, kitchenette $9. Two dou-
bles, singles $3.00 up. Graduates,
business women. Phone 7485.
234561
FOR RENT-Very nicely furnished
apartment, 4 rooms and bath.
BetweergState St.and downtown.
Call owner at 6509. during office
hours. 6X
FOR SALE
15-USED CARS-15
Every car in good running condi-
tion; good tires; good paint; $50
to *100;- small down payment
and terms; -lots at *32 E. Liberty
and 400 W. Washington.
HURON VALLEY CHEVROLET
INC. 456123
FOR SALE-Southeast section, 7
pleasant rooms; sleeping porch,
large lot; garage; near schools.
Phone 'owner 6700. 456
FOR SALE-1928 six cylinder,
seven passenger Packard sedan.
A real family car in good shape.
This car has six natural-wood
wheels with trunk rack on the
rear. New paint and clean up-
holstery.' Price $1150.
Call up for demonstration.
A. 'C. MARQUARDT
PACKARD SALES
PHONE 8515
45
FOR SALE ON WASHTENAW-
Sorority exceptionally well fur-
nished including rugs, beautiful
pictures, silverware, drapes, ex-
cellent b e d d i n g, wonderfully
equipped kitchen with electric
mixer, large dormitory, new water
softener, steam heat, seven fire
places, will accommodate 25
girls. Beautifully wooded lot
73x300. Priced very low. For
further information call Mrs.
McHenry with
THE F. A. SERGEANT CO.
Office 23259 Evenings 9800
234C

WAI*fED
WANTED TO RENT -Furnished
minall apartment or cottage by
summer session instructor. Ad-
dress Box 130 care this paper.
WANTED-First class cook wants
fraternity or sorority work for
the next year. Fifteen years ex-
perience in hotels and clubs.
Best of Reference. Box No. 128,
Michigan Daily. 612345
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with name 'and lodge insignia;
st a m p e d inside, containing
money and valuable papers. Re-
ward. Write Box 131, Michigan
Daily. 4
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Wednesday afternoon on cam-
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tary's Office, University Hall. 45
LOST-Black leather notebook on
second floor R. L. building, 4:00
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Removal Sale
SaleStarts Friday, My1
Within a few weeks we will occupy our new store
now under construction on Main Street, next to the
First National Bank. In order to reduce our
stock before moving we are offering these excel-
lent values during this Great 30-Day removal
Sale.
SOCIETY BRAND AND OTHER FINE
MAKES'
Suits and Topcoats
1 t
14 off
Suits
Most of them have 2 pair trousers
16.88 to0$37.50
Discount on
SHIRTS SWEA TERS
'UNDERWEAR NFCK WAR
PAJAMAS
50 dzen Men's Fancy 50 and 75c qualify.
Sale price 35c, 3 for $1.00.

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ALL ONE PRICE
STRAW HATS
A complete department, featuring all shapes
and sizes.
$1,95 and $2.95
CAPS, $1.95-ALL ONE PRICE-HATS, $4.50

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rs. Anna, Kalmbach

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We carry a com-
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spring.
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CLIMB into your bunk toniht in th
most comfortable ajamas you ever slept
in. Get up tomorrow in the smartest
pajamas, that ever made a dash for
the shower room. See today these new
Super-Seat pajamas.
4liexclusive back panel replaces the
usualbunching, baggiigseat with tailored
trimness. Super-Seat pajamas fit yet allow
generous room for every twist and turn
ofthebody. Theskill of Wilson Brothers
Style Committee has turned out splendidly
tailored garments in colors and patterns

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short sleeved, short legged
Better haberdashers here and back home
are now featuring these new pajamas, in-
cluding a summer model with short legs
and sleeves. Andby the way,4younught
as well have the same comfortable smart-
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