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T'UE DAY, Jt'NF , 30
Many Players Are Put on Shelf3
by Series of Casualties;
Hal Carlcson Dies.
FONSECA BREAKS WRIST
This year's baseball races have
become unpredictable close battles
as injuries and illnesses ranging
from mumps to broken bones have
attacked nearly every team in both
of the major leagues. In some of
the more unlucky cases the sick!
lists appear as long as the roster of1
the team, and in others individual
stars affected have caused set-
backs in the expected showing of1
The teams that have been hard-
est struck are those that had been
picked as the probable leaders inf
the pennant races, and the luckier
and weaker teams have taken ad-
vantage of the fact to climb into
better positions than they had
been predicted to reach.
Indians Hard Hit.
The Indians have had quite a
series of accidents, Lew Fonseca's
being undoubtedly the worst. First
he was unable to get into continual
action because of a dislocated shoul-
der and now he will be absent from
the lineup for several weeks since
he broke his arm bumping into
Art Shires the other day. Besides
this Joe Sewell has had a severe
attack of appendicitis, Dick Porter
was beaned by a pitched ball, and
Bib Falk developed. an infected
tooth, not to forget the epidemic of
wrenched ankles resulting from
stepping on loose balls.
The Athletics looked somewhat
the worse for' wear when Mickey
Cochrane, Al Simmons, JimmyI
Dykes, and Max Bishop were mis-1
sing from their lineup Saturday1
due to minor injuries. The New
York Yankees have suffered noj
serious injuries, but numerous
minor ailments have inconven-
ienced them, while the White Sox
have had tough luck with their
catchers and first basemen, attri-
buting no little bit to their present
place in the league.
Carlson's Loss Felt.
The Chicago Cubs were hard hit
by the double loss in Hal Carlson's
death, losing both a first rate
pitcher and a real friend. More
bad luck came theirrway when
Rogers Hornsby broke his ankle
sliding into a base Decoration day,
definitely putting him- -gut for a
spell after an irregular season due
to an injury to his right heel.
BEATS TILDE N
WOLVERINES WIN COCHET TRIUMPHS OVER TILDEN
IN TRACI, T'ENNIS TO CAPTURE HARD COURT T1TJ
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Erip thoghte oth drig (Continued From Pa;e G) man's dccis'on iainst Miss Jacob;
trip trouh the south during Cochet played lazily through h
which' they only won one contest, time, 3-6, 8-6, 6-3, 6-1. frt et wyhich ihe dropped at i
A lit sae ier, Macs. Mandy won
the Wolverine nin under the the women's title for the third suc- and Tilden was leading in t(e see-
guidance of Coach Fisher , con- cessive year by defeating Helen ond at 5-3 before tc Fren^h ac e
tinued to loso games during the Jacobs, of Berkeley, Calif., in came to life. Then Henri we n three
Conference season with more or straight sets with the loss of only ganes in a row to take the lead at
n enc three games. -5, but Tilden brought it all cvc n
less consistency. As a result of te g sagain on his Own service. Here
Mrs. Moody vion, 6-2, 6-1,. and- -
ragged playing the Wolverine cli- nclusi.vely d onstrated that she came the "break" of the match.
but-thee oncusiel deonsratd tat heThe crowd boo;ed a linesma<n's cci-
mond team chalked up but tree ranks by herself among the womenT'
victories as against seven defeats tennis players of the world. Helen ;Sin and Tilden waiteds for the
andonetie Tw ofth~gams!Jacobs Thad reaclhed the final rou nd noile to subside. lie was nervous
and :onc :tie. Two of the g~ames;a eiivlccielt1 aWh pyrsmdadCcht
by d cisvely bea ing I e S ans-x hn play resumed and Co.:het
were won from the weak Chicago senorita, Elia De Alvarez, but she broke through to take the thir-s
nine, but the third triumph came never had a chanue against "Queen teenth game and then won thel
as the ,biggest up;et.on the entireHoe n." I th sinrs. efourteenth and the set, squaring
biggst p~eton ~uQ ndiC £41en In he et the match.
Big TeftschedulQ,-when the Michi- Moody reeled off five games in a A t
an team trampled on the title~ row and probably would have won After that it was all Ckohew
3as t love had not she relaxed a bit That s te
winning Badger nine at 'Madisonfafter .the gallery hooted a lines- to play," said Tilden.
to the tune of 10-4. This unex-
nected feato nf the Wolverines was i "I
FOR. RENT-Single room or suite
for students or business men.
Between campus and down town.
425 S. Division. Dial 22352.
AVE your washing done at
4r'ndry, 204 N. Main for
rcsults. Dial 3916.
the- highlight of the season.
After winning 20 consecutive dual!
meets in .three years of Big Ten
competition the Wolverine Varsity
golf team suffered a relapse to-
ward the end of the season and'
dropped two meets to. lose t* Con-
ference dual meet title. The first,
three meets were won by over-
whelming scores; then the Wild-
cats turned the tables and took the
fourth contest. Wisconsin then
bowed before the Wolves, but in
the final meet of the year the!
Illini, winners - of the all-Confer-
ence meet, realized their ambition,I
crushing the Maize and Blue in
one of the most sensational meets
seen on the Michigan course.
L~EARN TO FLY
Pilot H. W. McMillen will be at the Allenel Hotel (Phone
4242) Tuesday, June 3rd, afternoon and evening to
supply information to students interested in a special sum-
mer camp flying course.
CURTISS-WRIGHT FLYING SERVICE
> >they sall
not hav'e our
P IPES and pants are mascu-
line prerogatives that defend
themselves and us. Where else
could men find sanctuary?
Pipes, stout pipes, and packings
of good old Edgeworth-what per-
fect expression of man's inviolable
right of refuge with other men
behind barriers of redolent smoke!
Tobacco with the whiskers on,
that's what man wants-good old
seasoned pipe-tobacco, the best
of the leaf, all blended and fla-
vored and mellowed . .. Edge-
worth, in short.
You don't know Edgeworth?
Then no time must be lost. Buy
Edgeworth or borrow it, or let us
send you some. There below is even
a coupon, a free ticket for your
first few pipefuls of the genuine.
There will be many
social functions you will
want to attend the next few
Of course you will want
to look your best. We have
made it possible for you to
do so at a moderate cost.
All our fine 2-
pant suits, authen-
tically s t y l e d and
specially tailored in
this great sale at
33 I-3 o iscoun
To Cr beoti
PRO FITABLE summer employ-
ment. Michigan men see Mr.'
Fa ley, Room 304, Union, Mon.
9 to 1U and 3 to 5 p. m. 612
MORTGAGE LOANS-Money at 6
per cent without bonus to loan
on modern Ann Arbor homes
Phone 4356. 135C
FINAL EXAM TUTORING
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 S. STATE PHONE 79271
Studebaker Coupe .......... 65.00
Touring, only 6,000 miles.... 95.001
R. H. ALBER
Open Evenings and Sunday A. M.
514 East Washington Street
STONE SILLS AND ENTRANCES
For the Home, Fraternity, and
JOSEPH L. ARNET
208W HURON ST.
R OUSE FOR RENT
For summer-6l room beautiful
furnished home on Lincoln Ave.,
flowers, shade, garage, $80.
Near Campus-Living, dinette, bed
rooms; tile shower bath, Kel-
vinator, new furniture, $75..
2 rooms furnished $45 I
Call Mr. Lechner
Kemf, Lewright, Benson and
23245 Evenings 8840
HEMSTITCHING - Artistic tecot
edge, gold and silver threadI
work. Dial 9714. White Sewing
Machine Co., 205 E. Washington.
TYPING-Thesis typing, etc., also
mimeographing work called for
and delivered. Dial 8620 or 4544.
FOR RENT-Completely furnished
apartment for two girls or young
couple. Also double room for
girls. Shower. Garage. Dial
8544. 422 E. Washington. 461
FOR RENT - Furnished apart-
ments. Reduced to ten week
summer student. Three rooms,
bath, shower, frigidaire, hot soft
water. 516 Packard. Phone 3212.
FOR RENT-One double room and
a single room completely fur-
nished in new private residence.
All home facilities at disposal of
renter. Well ldeated in best resi-
dental section:. Garage if neces-
sary. Available for summer
school students or students de-
siring rooms for winter terms.
Phone .3378 for appointment.
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
for summer months. Call Uni-
versity extension 631 between 8
and 10 a. m. 23461
FOR SALE-Some twelve dollar
Alexander shoes at six-eighty-
FOR SALE-Six burner Detroit
Jewel Gas Range with two bak-
ing ovens, a broiling oven and
warming oven. Good condition.
Phone 4629 after 6 p. im. 461
FOR S A L E-Drug busi ess at
Pinckney, Mich. Will sell stock
and fixtures and rent store. This
store has been a : drug store for
over 50 years and i's only drug
store in 10" miles. 25 lakes with-
in 5 miles., Mrs. ,.: W. Barry,
Pinckney, Mich. 234612
WANTED-By girl student, work
for summer. Will leave town.
Phone 22888. 502 Elm street. 123
POSITION as second help in fra-
ternity; white; references. Call
POSITION WANTED-Young man,
white, wants- porter job in fra-
ternity for fall. Willing worker.
Call 6374.. 612
HEMSTITCHING, Altering and Re-
pairing neatly done. Miss Lyn--
don, 210 S. Ingalls. CI
SAND-Washed and screened sand
and gravel; all sizes. Immediate
KILLIN'S GRAVEL CO.
Grosse Ile Airport
Grosse lie, Michigan
Hark To His Master's Voice! Saying
G UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
For Everything Musical
Mr. Ned Campbell, of the St.
Louis Red Cross, will be here on
Tuesday and Wednesday at
4:30 o'clock at the Intramural
Building pool to give the Red
Cross Examiner's Lilfe-Saving
test to all those who are quali-
fied to take it.
Asst. Swimming Coach.
Majestic, Victor, Crosley.
E RMS Baldwin, Kohler & Campbell
o Suit.-I ,.S ..4)
y While Orchestral Instruments .I. m..in.md.
u Pay. Victor, Columbia, Brunswick
ASK THOMAS HINSHAW, Mgr.
ast William Street Phone 7515
Send us the coupon
and we'll send you
Edgeworth is a careful
blend of good tobaccos
-selected especially for
pipe-smoking. Its quality
and flavor never change.
Buy Edgeworth any-
bed" and "Plug Slice"-
150 pocket package to
pound humidor tin.
Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C!
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fan
rates. M. V. Hartsulf. Dial 9087.
FOR RENT-Beginning June 20.
Eight room house. $160 for sum-
ner session. 502 Elm St. Call
22888 after 5. 123
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment,
two rooms and bath, occupying
entire second floor. New furni-
ture and complete equipment in-
eluding frigidaire. Call 8904. 12
FOR RENT-3 room furnished
apartment, near campus for the
summer. Frigidaire, soft water,
new furniture. Inquire D. W.
Dodds, 426 Packard. 123
FOR RENT - Next year-large
room with kitchenette $9.00.
Doubles and singles $3.00 up.
Graduates-b u s in e s s women.
Phone 7485. 612
WANTED--One passenger to drive
to San Francisco. Leaving June
12. Call 4804. 461
WANTED - Companion to tour
Yellowstone,' Yosemite, Los An-
geles, etc. Trav cheaply in
brand new roadster. Write Papp,
9303 Martindale, Detroit. 234612
LOST-On or near campus, about
May 11, 12, or 13, a ring. A
large amethyst stone surrounded
with pearls. Reward. Box No.
LOST-Silk scarf, red, black, and
white, north State street Sunday
night. Phone 4743 after 5:00
p. m. Reward. 1
BLACK and white Waterman foun-
tam pen--Lost Friday evening-
campus business district. Phone
5776. Reward. 6
1LARDJS 8& BRO. CO. 1
100 S. 22d St., Richmond, Va.1
I I'll try your Edgeworth. And I'll try I
it in a good pipe.
1 Name I
Town and State _ _
1 Now lot the Edgeworth comne! y