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THE MITCHIGCAN DAILY

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~Tim~r I ICOACH BIJOTT AWARDJS NUMERALS
ST I LO'UIS - IB ITO TWENT Y FROSH DIAMOND STARS1
DE E T CLEVELAND (Contie From Page 6) E I Fisher's nine next spring. Of the
nuerl wetes.ThePhsclE;ifedr Manuel and Berger stand
Phlhesplayers- to win awards are Braen-I out as promising' contenders for
Dodgers, Pirates and Pilis1dle, Klein, Xracht, 'Tessmer, Alten-, berths on Michigan ball clubs in
Wina Only Other Contests hof, Xuijala, Purdum, and biffley.i the future. Manuel has been play-!
Played Yesterday. With the last practice scheduled ling a wonderful game at short, and S P K
for next Thursday the yearling Berger has turned in some remiark-
squad will have completed nearly! able fielding performances.
CUBS LOSE BY ONE RUN isix weeks of intensive drill. Dur- Yesterday the Physical Eds play-
ing these wreeks of training Coach ed a~practice game with the Fresh-
Rain again proved to be a nemehsis 1 Blott has discovered some good ma- men.
to four of the major league ball i terial for future varsity diamond ; -__
clbsystrdyhitei atmpsteams. McKay has shown himself !Ko(DIAK, Alaska tA~iP)- Three.
clus ystedayin hei atemps ito be a hurler capable of winning1 thousand fishing boats and approx--
to stage contests.. The National; a berth on any college pitching im-rately 9,000 men were on the hali-;
LePage succeeded in playing three staff. Diffley is a first rate back- but fishing banks off Porti~ock Alm
of its four tilts, but the Amnerican stop and seems likely to make a liatross when the season officially
group was able to play only one' ~ foa saiedMrh1-
t.Louis again downed Cleveland ! lllllllt'ttlttlll~ llilltlllllllll llttldlfll11lttitl
in the junior circuit, Yesterday thek
brownies scored two ;runs in the ., ..
eighth inning to scalp the Indians,
by a 5 to 4 score. Cleveland took an' al ed u hsdtrie t
Louis rally proved, too much for r
Peckinpaugh's charges to overcome.
Barookyn h utin swthBstndy pihng, Sth at re , jau nty
adBittingupsthBstondy piig!
and Pittsburgh, although outbatted -_
14 to 10,, defeated Chicago's Cub.,W THERE is something irresistible about these new
by a score of 7 to 0. Philadelphia garments fro' Vana Raalte. Stryps they are calleJ, -
batsrhien outlasted the Giant slug rmte aiystie ltho ;chte c
gars in belated rallies by both teams , Crmohestnolrpd lt f hc te r
and the Phillies emerged victor. -, fashioned. . .. A cloth as jaunty as the gay Tents
bu,9t ntergm.themselves.. They wash well, will not rtin, and ap. # ! c-nt
AMERICAN LEAGUE. pear in a half dozen different colors ... at a prie
R 11 E . that makes it possible ... and desirable ... to belyfiec
St. Louis ... .100 200 020--5 9 1
Cleveland ... .102 010 fl00-4 9 . a great many!
Stewart and Ferrell; Harder and wl
L. Sewell. °i.
Detroit-Chicago, N4ew Y orkI- E
Philadelphia, and Boston-Washing- --
ton gambes postponed on account of (1W Y - P___!
an.NATIONAL LEAGUIE. e
Brookln.....000 301 03 1----6 13 1hoile pantte h75c
Boson.....000 030 0--3913a 4 !r "Sote atis .
Clark aLnd Lopez; Brandt and J1 $54
G owdy. 1 \41 ,',<r
Chicago.....000 010 023--6 14 1 ; Y
Pittsburgh ....211 000 12-7 10 7 "o
Carlsonl and Hartnett; Maine and ~*-
Pool.
New York . ,...0001 011 033-8 11 1. Canary azure pink pile ivory meld-tan
PhiladeiphiZ i.020 100 15*-9 17 3 ( -
Hubbell and Hogan; Benge and W
Davis.
pedoaconofri.- RCincinnati-St. Louis game, post- LindelnI
poedo acun f an.Iva nEItq
RENT A RADIO .,a.. ...
CROSLEY..AMRAD-
615 F. William Dial 22812 SECOND FLOOR PHONE tli i READ T1

EDSHIRTS1
75,c
-Comfortable, ab~ov-
TAN SHORTS With
sides and the pattened
ido" back, price range
$1.00
fie ins and see them .
;chm-fitt-Apfol & CON
SOUTH MAIN STREET

Co""ANLASSI FIEU
ADVERTISING 1
Y N TI CA~
NOTICE -- Nurse with daughter
want work for one or both with
family in summer home. BestI
references. Phone 5378. 345
STONE SILLS AND ENTRANCES
For the Home, Fraternity, and
Sorority.
JOSEPH L. A3RNET
__208 VvW. HURON ST.
I M1-,TGAGE LOANS-Money at i
pr cent without. bonus to loan
on modern Ann Arbor homes.
Phone 4356. 1350
ILOW PRICED USED CARS
$35 to $75
EACH CAR IN GOOD RUNNING
CONDITION. BAT'TERY GUAR-
ANTEED FUR 90 DAYS.
USED) CAR LOT, 332 E. LIBERTY
HURON VALLEY CHEVROLET
! 1234560

FOR SASD
FOR SALE-"Expert" tennis rac-
quet. Very new, had practically
no use. $8 value for $4.5C. Call
7680. 5
WAh. li;.
WANTED-Oppor unity to ride to
California afteP June 12th. Good
driver. "Phone 6197. 45
WANTED-Men to fill several posi-
tions with. Wear-Ever Aluminum
Company. Neat- appearance and
lgood personality required. Pay
at rate of $34 per week. Call
D. F. Stoner, 7758. 345612
KEVNTRWe will add to our organization
several University nmen who will
be trained and advanced as
rapidly as they can qualify.
Seven mnen have juist been ad-
vanced to the Kelvinator :factory
sale:3 promnotiont departmrent. We
handle the local retail sales, If
you are energetic and conscien-
tious and want to place your self
in line for at position paying $300
per month or more, write or see
,in person Mr. Ehlers:_, 515 H~ar.-
rison XStreet, Flint, Miclhigan.
345612
WANTED)-Young manr of good ap)-
pearanc( antilattractive youlng
woman wanled. Must, be willing;
to work. Can make $40 to $60 a
week. Part or whole. timge: Call
week days from 0-5. Mr. Ward-
ner, 2008 Washington Blvd. Bldg.,
.Detroit, Michi. 123456

TYPING - rheSe's a specialty.
rates. M. V. IartsuIf. Dial

Fai
9087,
c'

,BAND--Washed and screened sand
*and gravel; all sizes. Immediate
delivery.
r, KIL LIN'S GRAVEL, CO.
T1el, 7075, 7112, or 21014. C
-j--FOR RENT1
7'O RENT --Apts. to rent; five
rooms; garage; one bloc south
east of camp us. Phone 8261.. 561
I RENT-- 4 roonm apartment, private
bath, completely furnished and
heated. Call mornings only. Dial
7239. 561
FOR RENT--3 room: for next
school year. QuieL;, attractive.
Phone 5035. 5
F 0 R R E N T-- -Two three rom
apartments fur Summrer Schtool.,
528 N. State. Phone 3879. 5

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HO-1()USES TO RENT---Campus
vicinity--Two attractive homes;
one large; ono medium; splendid
srroundings. Owner. Phone
54.928 Oakland. 456
FOR RENT--Pleasant, nicely fur-
nished single room in private
home near campus. Immediate
possession. $4.00 per 0week. 1114
Willard. street. Phone 5089, 456
l'OkHRElN'-After June 15th, two

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room apartment, unfurnished,
ground floor, convenient to camn-
pus and hospital. Call 5819. P y Y u W l
S345 __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
FOR RENT--Rooms available now
and for summer school at sum-
mer prices. (lose to campus.
Dial 22353. 425 S. Division.
234561
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Every one of the 26 men O
the U. S. Olympic swimming team
wears a. Jan tzen!i You, too, can have
the same suit that champions wear.
These trim-fitting, freedom-giving
suits are on display here.
Illustrated is the new Jantzen
Speed-suit for men. Neck, armholes,
and trunks cut away to give utmost
freedom. Arma-straps part of suit.
Conveniently buttonless to sizes 4o;
unbreakable rubber button on larger
sizesS.
Tightly knitted from the strong-
est long-fibred wool, the perfection
of Jantzen-stitch assures you perfect
fit, long service and lasting satisfac-
tion. In bright; color-fast hues and
stripes. For men, women and chil-
dren. Your weight is your size.
a The. st ,it hat .nt3e4
bain oswl~lt

BYSPECIAL PERMISSION, INYCLUDED IN OVRV

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FLORSHEIM SPORT OXFORDS
200 Pairs in the Finest Patterns, and Leathers
For either Golf or Street wear.$
$10.00 Regular. . . . 8 & 4.

FLRHISTREET & DRESS DXF' DS
750 Pairs-Newest Styles and Leathers

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A$7F85
Styles at

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FLORSHEIM SHOES

U EN "RWaIS UMae orthe first time$A
th p .5&see these New florsheims which will soon be as popular as Men's Florsheims

Every

woman

should

OTHER STYLES FOR MEN

In Sport Shoes, Dress Shoes, Street Shoes
going fast during this Sale.

have beenl

OTHER STYLES FOR WOMEN
We are Ishowing a wonderful line of the veryt
newest styles and leathers for Spring and Summer
for Sport, Press or Street Wear. All Reduced to
$4.90o$5.,90 $6.90 $ 7.8

$5. 90 $6,9b0$ .45 $ .45

Our stocks are still complete.

We can fit you

All Tennis Shoessam-Houce Slippers and Hosiery at Sale Prices'

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