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TH~I CH:! CtA

DAILY

PAGE SETEN

9-

t*AE SC~ORES

STARS IN LIN US OF BROWNS AND TIGERS

Wolverine Netmen
- Win Close Decisi
Over Illinois,

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AD VETiil SIGj

on

NATIOCNAIL LEAGUE.
Boston .... .100 001 0002- 4 0
New York ..000 100 0101- 3 11 1
Cantwell, Smith and Spohrer;
Benton and Hogan.
Brooklyn ....111 450 211-16 18 0
'Philadelphia .010 042 002- 9 12 1
Luque and Lopez; Sweetland,
C111ns and McCurdy.
Chicago .....010 000 020- 3 8 4
St. Louis ....005 003 44*-16 1 0
Malone, Bush, Shealy, McAfee;
and Hartnett; Sherdel and Wilson.

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porpent four match points in the
third set that was finally taken by
Thompson, 14-12. The first set was
won by Brace, 6-4, but Thompson
took the second 7-5.

NOTICE
ECIAL WARM W E A T H E R
LUNCHEON AT FOREST INN.
533 FOREST T24
PIANO TUNING - Phone 6776
Victor Allmencinger. The Stein-

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c e 11 e n t bedding, wonderfully
equipped kitchen with electric
mixer largedornitory, new water
softener, steam heat, seven fire
places, will accommodate 25
girls. Beautifully wooded lot
73x300. Priced very low. 1ror
further information 'call Mrs.
McHenry with
THE F. A. SERGEANT CO.
Office 23259. Evenings 9800
2340

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Pittsburgh .. .010 000
Cincinnati ...000 000
French and Bool;
Gooch.

022- 5
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Lucas

AMERICAN LEAGUE.

14 1
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and
13 1
11 3
amri

Ryan and Chr I~in the thirdy way concert artist uner. uYice
(-loubles match were downed by24 at resdence, 1608 Morton Ave.
McElroyand Miller, 6-4, 6-4, mak--I 2340
ing it 4-3 in Michigan's favor. THE STUDENT INN is serving
Brace, slowed down by the sprain special 35c noon-day luncheon,
of his singles match that lasted for 12
two hours, teamed up with Captain 1e:00 to 230. 712 Hill St. Euge
Hammer in the doubles and drop- B
ped the first and third sets to NOTICE
Turner and Toppen. I WE BUY USED CLOTHING
The match .that won the meet for I. BENJAMIN
the Wolverines was the second 1 215 E. Washington Phone 4310
doubles played by Beal and Clarke. j 246C
{who combined their efforts very:
effectively to take two sets, 12-10, 2nd SEMESTER TUTORING
6-0. Thompson was also tired alter MACK TUTORING AGENCY
winning the big match from Brace. 310 S. STATE. PHONE 7927
The Illini put up a good fight in 1230
the first set, but Beal and Clarke, LOW PRICED USED CARS
comparatively fresh, w a 1 k e d $35 to $75
through and won the only love set EACH CAR IN GOOD RUNNING
of the meet to give Michigan the CONDITION. BATTERY GUAR-
decision. ANTEED FOR 90 DAYS.
AJvgiveCi USED CAR LOT, 332 E. LIBERTY

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l irst game:
Cleveland ...031 010
Chicago......100 100
Iludlin and Sewell;

USED CARS, $50 TO $100
STUDEBAKER SIZ COUPE
DODGE FOUR COUPE
DODGE FOUR SEDAN
OVERLAND FOUR TOURING
FORD TUDOR SEDAN
R. H. ALBER
514 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
234C

011- 7
100- 3
Faber

FOR SALE--18 foot Kennebec ca-
noe and equipmieit; special paint
job, excellent condition, storage
paid. Dial 3273. 612
FOR SALE- Bell and Howell movie
camera and projector.. Practical-
ly new. Very reasonable. Dial
2-3689. 612
WAIvTED
POSITION WANTED-As cook for
fraternity or sorority house. Best
references. Write 1115 Forest
care Mrs. W. Hamilton. 234561
WANTED-Nurse with daughter,
work for one or both with family
in summer home. Best refer-
ences. Phone 5378. 234

Riddle. i
Second game:
Cleveland ...011 013 100-- 7 10 I -}-
Chicago .....101 001 020- 5 12 0
lolloway, Ferrell and Myatt .
Weiland, Caraway, Walsh, McKain
and Autry, Riddle. Oscar
D2 e e12110
New York ... .C2 004 0003-- 7 10 0 eXand BROWNS
Boston .......031 000 0000- 4 9 0 T
Hoyt, Pennok and Bengough
Dicey; Lisenbee, Durham and
Four members of the St. Louis Bowns and Detroit Tigers, who crncluded their series at Navi Field
St. Louis ....000 100 502- 8 12 0 yesterday. Both of the clubs have been distinct disappointments in their games to date, running a neck
Detroit ......000 010 000s- 1 7 1 and neck race for the cellar position of the American League.
Colmai and Manion; Hogsett, - --~-.-_-
Sullivn, Page and Hargrave.
P h i 1_a d e 1 p h i a - Washington CONFERENCE TRACK TOURNA MENT DRAWS MORE STARS
no game. THAN ANY YEAR IN THE HISTORY OF C HAMPIONS IPS
(Continued From Page 6)
4cocturn the h) and can be counted upon to be relay event. All four Wolverine run-
Jopes Sets New Course chamnshp. p ighe of Mm- among the leaders. Other fast mil- ners are capable of running the
and Trophy championship.ers include Hanover of Ohio State, quarter in close to :50 flat if not
M nesota turned the distance in Clapham of Indiana who can be better. Northwestern and Wiscon-
(ly Associated Press) 1:56.8 against Michigan and should counted upon for some points sin are figured to give the Michigan"
cUunGAE Engn fory s9-m- poit i team its strongest competition,
SYNNINGDALE, Eng., May 19- be a serious threat. However,, if Wolff of Northwrestern, and Wolf of I while Indiana and Illinois must
Bobby Jones today won the gold Orval Martin of Purdue elects to g also be counted up in the running.
vase of Golf Illustrated, shooting a run in this event, he will be a de- Michigan.Two Mile Run. Field Events Reviewed Later.
sensational' 68 in the afternoon cided favorite, holding the present
after an ordinary 75 in the mor- title. Other likely place winners are Leas of Indiana looks like the UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-
Bing, to lead a great field of ama- Evans of Illinois, Hays of Ohio probable winner in the two mile "Robbers don't' have. to break into
teurs in the 36 hole medal compe- State, Goldsworthy of Wisconsin, race if Martin elects to, run the fraternity houses; they just walk
McLaughlin of Michigan, and Moul- shorter distances. Martin defeated in," complained a police detective
Jones' total of 143 was good ton of Iowa. Leas over the two mile distance working on the Minnesota carnpus.
enough to win by a stroke from . Mile Run. last Saturday. Follows and Folsom He went on to explain that the
the Hon. W. G. Brownlow, son of It is probable that Coach O'Con- of Wisconsin are likely to register Greek letter societfs keep open.
Lord Lurgan, who returned a score nor of Purdue will seid Martin some Badger points in this event. house all night, and a burglar can'
of 69 in the morning and 75 in after the Conference record of Michigan will depend upon Pete walk in at almost any time. While
the afternoon. f 4:15.8 in this race. Should the Boil- Austin and Fitzgibbons, while burglaries are comparatively com-
The record for the newly con- i ermaker star extend himself, it is Brocksmi'th of Indiana is another mon, according to the officer, re-
structed Sunningdale course was quite, li4ely that he might break possibility. Iports seldom reach the police ex.-
twice broken during the day, the mark. At any event, he will be , Mile Relay. cept through the newspapers and
Brownlow's 69 set a new mark in a strong favoritte to win. Makeever, Michigan's quartet of Russell, so they are not in a position to do
the first round and Jones shaved Conference mile champion in, 1925. Mosser, and the Seymour twins anything about the pilfering.
it by a stroke a few hours later. is back in competition this year looks like a potential winner in the -

Yearling Ball Team
Shows Promises of
Strong Varsity Play
(Continued From Page 6)
Diffley is the most likely prospect
for a receiving job on future varsity
teams. Among the infielders there
are a couple of top-notch fielders,
Manuel and Berger. Manuel is a
crack short stop and should help
solve the problem at short on next
Syear's varsity, which will be left
vacant by the graduatin of the
veteran Myron. Three good hitters
have been uncovered in Lapham,
Brendele, and Richmond who have
been taking care of the outer gar-
den.
The last practice for this year's
frosh diamond crew will be held on
Thursday, May 29.
In a game last Friday with the
Physical Education nine McKay,
pitching for the freshmen, held
his opponents scoreless while his
te, mrates. collected four runs off
the Physical Fd hurlers.
Yesterday afternoon the yearling
southpaw hurlers were given an
opportunity to demonstrate their
effectiveness in a game with Ray
Fisher's Varsity.
COBLENZ - To stimulate con-
sumption of Moselle wines, Josef
Puetz has started to roll a 250 gal-
lon barrel from Bernkastel to Ber-
rin. He hopes to reach the capital
about August 1.

HURON VALLEY CHEVROLET
1234560
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
FOR MEN-Non-smokers. Large
front suite and large single room
well furnished. Shower bath.

No other roomers. For summer
or next school year. 532 Thomp-
son St. 246,I
FOR RENT-Rooms available now
and for summer school at sum-
mer prices. Close to campus.
Dial 22353. 425 S. Division.
234561
FOR RENT-House accommodat-
ing 22. Preferably to a fraternity
or club of boys. Phone 6845. 123'
FOR RENT-Next year. DoubleI
room, kitchenette. Two doubles,.
singles, $3.00 up. Graduates,
business women. Phone 7485.
234561
FOR SAL
FOR SALE ON WASHTENAW- -
Sorority exceptionally well fur-
nighed including rugs, beautiful
pictures, silverware, drapes, ex-

WAIN ±j.ua-A mai iUuneu LU work
for a room. Phone 3591. 2104
Dorset Road. 123
WANTED-Young man of good ap-
pearance and attr7active young
woman wanted. Must. be wigig
to work. Can make $40 to $60 a
week. Part or whole time. Call
week days from 9-5. Mr..Ward-
ner, 2008 Washington Blvd. Bldg.,
Detroit, Mich. 123456
GOST
LOST-Blue topcoat, last month
and Victorian Poetry text, at
Union, Sunday. Call 5977. Re-
ward. 12
LOST-Brooch lost Saturday night
between Forest Plaza or in Hill
Auditorium or church, Willard or
campus. Bow knot with saffire
center, fan , shaped drop with
brilliants. Mrs. F. H. Macdonald,
715 Forest Plaza. Phone 21829.
Reward and appreciation for its
return. 12
READ THE DAILY
Want Ads

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Right in Season
Including all Fashion Park, A dker, Rochester, Charter House

.a the fnish It's

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clothing for young
this time of year.

men at greater

savings than

ever heard of

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One Lot
Sizes up to
38
$975

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Nearly all
sizes and
values to
$30
,is'

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All sizes
Values
$30 to $35
$23"75

One Lot
All sizes
and colors
$40 values
$3375

_ -s
$45 $50 and $55 Values NOW $38.75
O1W lot broadcloth shirts, all sizes and colors ...........98c

.. ina cigarette it's

ASTE

Genuine BVD's, red label. ................... .
Men's fancy shorts, special price ........... .
Tower's Fish Brand Slickers...................
P.S. Just received another shipmilent of separate "flannel"
white and pistel shades with or without stripes.
F "War 'r 0

...... 98c
....... 49c
.. ....$5.95
trousers in

CALL A
as good a
Which,
magic ab
fectly ble
Chesterfie
ing flavo
work for

SPADE a spade ... a cigarette is only
as its taste.
makes Chesterfield mighty good! No
out it . .. just good tobaccos, per-
nded and cross-blended, the standard
eld method. Finer aroma, more pleas-
r, because that's the one thing we
r MILD...and yet
TE ahove everf/t/u1ng THEY SATISFY

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