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WEDNEDAY, JUNE 4,~ 1030

THR MICHICAN DAKIY

"PAGE SEVEN

THIIJR RI ~ M ETAR9 SE$NTcRS D]FEAT TIGERS, 8-4

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FOR CICAGOMEEV A BALTITLE I_______________
-FORCHIC G~ru M[I ' A ombination of effective pitch- , Yesterday's major league contests 15 to 2 Art Teachout pitchinga
'__ ing, heavy hitting and mediocre! were featured by a series of wilds steady brand of ball backed by
fielding proved to be better thanI hitting games. In every tilt save; homers by English and Beck.
iche1igani Has Better Chance to fine fielding, fair pitching and weak l one at least one of the two corn--
Shw.tIietcteit hitting; as a result, Phi sigma Delta peting teams- made more than tenfAMRCN EAU
Tilw t rIntelek.ae annexed the fraternity baseballi hits, the Athletics and Browns iRlH1E
honors for the third consecutive 'saig te ol rsetbe Washington .070 000 010- 8 10 0!
year in winning their 34th straight; game p~ the day.;Detroit.....100 001 200-4 9 0L
EAS7 RN SEASON ENDEDJ victory.I Washington scored seven times in !RIHTE
Withthestrng omptiton ea-the second inning in their gameI New York . . .140 131 021-13 19 1
Whle~ the Wolverines are getting trdb fatniy eamPiihDeri, adtispoedmr Chicago...100 001. 302- ' 11 t3
Into shape for the K'ational Inter- iSi' fea~tis little short of being gin enough for the Senators to RIT E
collegiate Athletic Association meet - ig. emerge triumphant. The Yankees i Boston ...... 000 000 021-- 3 8 01
to b he,~d t Cicao Jue 1 an sensational. In the three years that ?battered the off erings of Chicago Ceead...0 0 3~.81
of te tack ansandthey have. won thie title they have Itlchers for 19 hits good for 13 RT
4 miy questioning whether benudfae n hi ia runs which were more than enough? Philadelphia 000 000 211- 4 90u
dopsters are victory last night over Phi Kappa; to offset the seven runs that~ the St. Louis..000 001 000- 1 7 0
thlis meet will b~e the most import-yPswa.teti' fithoscu
ant of the season. As. always ,th Pwa the thry-orhcneu Pale Hose garnered. Babe Ruth hitNAOALEA E_
I.C-Ame edls ekwstive victory. 1th home run in this game. Wes { AIOA LAU
the wind up of track in most. of the I PiKppa s lyd anc Ferrell turned in a well' pitched rPitsug. 001001 5 80
Et~shol.brand of ball against the champ-: game for Cleveland against Boston, ttBroly . .02 0100 1- - 0 1
For the second time the far west os o tr hegmLaa 'i-Tribe scoring eight runs to win R E
brought out the winning teams and g fled, Dolinskyy flied out, and Weiss; to 3. Philadelphia rallied in the 5Loi..1202401]1 1
~Wll~theekepionofHavar te walked. Lazar went to third on a ' last stages of their game with the PhilaeLhia 102 1 20010 21
east did1 not show any Indication of ?wild pitch and scored a minute':Broswns to take a 4 to 1 verdict. RIT E,
strngt tht wuldcometefo later on a passed ball'. 'The St. Louis Cardinals and the JCnint .0 0 0--11
ntiongth hatrswdcopte fom Phi Psi's tied the score in the' Phillies put on the wildest game of Cicnai,.100000-11
nthionaahonorshFtwhtemsardomNew York .. .242 000 10*- 9 12 1.
the east enter the National meetI second inning by virtue of a single i h a iteCrs getting 16R E
and~ there is no basis of compari'-! by Effinger, a passed ball, and, an hits for eleven runs as the Phillies Chcg...0'5 3-~1
son, but when the Trojan thincladsI error by Lazar. massaged the Mound City twirlersChcg00 "32 -1.70
mee te idlewet he wll In the fifth the champions tal- ifor 23 hits and ten runs. Brooklyn Boston ...... 000 010 100- 2 7 2
hav stronger competition than thez lied two as th~e result ofj successive took a close game from Pittsburgh
east offred at Cambridge. isingles by Lazar, Do]insky and 1 by a score of 0 to 5, and Carl Hub- NTC
Coach Steve Fa.rrell will enterj Weiss. In the sixth, after Newmaii bell kept 12 Cincinnati hits well ;NTC
onl asmall squad in the cinder was retired, Schonber~g hit a triple i scattered enabling the Giants to W AltentGnsliumarce re-i
' aemnGmnsu r e 1sow consisting of the and scored on Dolrinsky's second 'defeat the Reds 9 to 1. Chicago
four place winners of the I. C. 4A, single. Phi Sig's scored their fina scored 1 usi h atfv n- qetdt eoetercoh
'X~~i3, CmpbllPotleBrokstworuis i th nith n treeings to down the Boston Braves jigfo h okr yStr
Tola, Cmpbll, PotleBroos, wo uns n te nnth n tree; gday, June 14. This is necessary
and two or three other members of Jsolid singles and a base oin balls. in order to prepare the locker
t11e squad that .will be selected this Weiss, in addition to striking out: Wolverine Teams Lose! room for occupancy by the sum-
week~. Thlese Wolves should mak~e fifteen and restricting the oppose-! I mer school students.
abetter showing even though the tion to three hits, helped himself 11 ume rous Dual M~eets Ir Gores. a
Southern California, Trojans, arec to four hits in as many times at
staying over in the horse of making bat. The score:; (Continued From Page'; W_________________
a clean sweep of all of the tracks Phi Sigma Delta AB A 11' PO A'E'IC
honors. As it is, the Wolverines Lazar, lb....... 4 3 2 2 0 2 football, iresulteci in a scoreless tie.!L
made an impresiesoiga oiIk,3... The swimming and fencing teams 'LASSIFIE
Havrsoigattlo 4Weiss, . ..........4 0 4 1 0 1 1,. Iff-4.--«.. ,4;.-_

FINAL EXAM TUTORING Touring, only +6,000n
MACK TUTORING AGENCY Dodge Coupe ......
310 S. STATE PHONE 7927 Buick Touring .....
1230 R. IT. AL]
OpenEeign
DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION 05en Eeningshan
DodgeHOME 54Es ahn
DdeSedan ..............$75.03' T-EMSTITCHING-
Studebaker Coupe......611.00 I edge, gold and

miles.... 95.00 work. Dial 9714. White Sewing
..... 95.00 Machine Co., 205 E. Washington.
......75.00, 4612345
BER ITEMSTIT1CHiNL.*, aitenniiigaia rme-
Sunday AM.' pairing neatly done. Miss Lyn-
gton Street don, 210 S. Ingalls. C
Artistic teot 1ND-Wasfle1and ssreiicu banu
Artistc tec and gravel; all sizes. Immediate
silver thread delivery.
______ KILLIN'S GTRAVEL CO.
....a~o. Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C
TYPING--Theses s pecialty. Far
ratts. M. V. AHartsuff. DJAl 9087.
IERB I FOR RENT
FOR RENT-6 room house in sou th
NM+WWW i east section. Beautifully fur-
nished. Available for, the sui-
mer months., Reasonable. Phone
F Mn M6776. X0453

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old adage "Father's shirts will soon fit Willie'

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went out of date when we got the first of our new guaran-
teed-to-fit shirts from Arrow. The only way these pre-
shrunk "tSanforized" shirts can fit Willie is if Willie grows
up to them ... for their collars won't strangle, their cuffs
won't climb from shrinkage, and their tails won't bob...

poinits. Ki
Running the eastern meet with- Sc
out all o ,the. ?14 Te'f ntee9d made Fr
it pos efrte team. rom the'
the, eents, th~at the~ east is notalyi Sc
wea n h c'4en?4Iy dash will be'
anohr or k~e vet Tl nhasi
beaten l~y",ouf ttr imes since'
their rivalry wk's started and the I;
wind might have been the deciding PtK
factor in their race :last Saturday.',
The 220&, hu~rdlfes, pole vault and I P
broad .jump will all be stronger;L
ev~sa the national running. j
With all of the Big Ten individ -Et
ual stars entered and with only a
few estern teams represented, the K
Michigan thinclads, will show toaH
better advantage .notwithstanding H,
the strength of the Trojans. Not
sloeddown by a long trip and
wth a week more of polish, the
Maize and Blue will offer an even P
.tonger front, and the men from
Suthern. California should go +PI
1me with fewrer laur~els.1

.uhner, 2b.......5 0
)hultz, ss.......4 0
'ed, c. ....4 0
'dgert. ,lf. .......4 0
ewman, cf.......4 0
yhonberg, if. ..4 1

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Totals........38 6 13 21 4

'hi Kappa Psi
Ceys., c.........
'hillips, rf......
Loveland, cf. ..
fusl~ey., lb......
Afinger, If......
valliace, p.......
ern, 2b. .......
fbdgeson, 3bi
Tatcher, ss...
Totals .......
'hi Sigma Delta-
100
hi Ipapa Psi-
010

AR1POA
. 3 0 0 15 1
.3 0 1 0 1
.4 0 0 1 0
.4 0. 0 7 0
.4 1 1 0 0
.3 1 0. 2 1
.4 0 0 1 1
.4 0 1 0 2
.4 0 0 1 1
33 2 3 27 7
020 102-6 13
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0h M~nichigan representatives. eacn
11 . through the season undefeat- NOTIOR
ofd The tennis team won six out _________________
fof eseve matches, while the wrest- PROFITABLE summer employ-'
0 $les wresuccessful in four out ofiment. Michigan men see Mr.
0 five meets. The football team had F Failey, Room 304, Union, Wed.,
0 a bad season, winning one and ty- 0 to 11 and 3 to 5 p.mi. 6121
ing another in five played, while, NOTICE
41 the cross country squad dropped its WE BUY USED CLOTHING
j only Big Ten meet to Wisconsin. H. BENJAMIN
EI The baseball team brought up the,1 215 E. Washington Phone 4310
0; rear with three victories and a tie! 2460
11 in 10 starts. I- - _____
1 f Results of dual competition withiIPAOTNNG ~ hn 78
0 j other schools were as follows: Victor Alimnendinger. The Stein-
Won Lost Tied Pct. way concert artist tuner. offlce[l
0Minnesota .....8 1 1 .889
0 Chicago ....... 7 1 0 .850; at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
0 , ndiana .......4 1 0 .800 1,_____ 2340
0 Ohio State..... 4 1 1 .800 jSPECIAL WARM W E AT H 1
-IWisconsin .....7 3 1 .700 LUNCHEON AT FOREST INN.
IIllini......... 3 6 0 .333j 538 FO REST 24
'Purdue ........2 4 0 .333______---__
Northwestern .2 4 0 .333 '.THE STUDENT INN is serving
4 Iowa.........0 0 1 .000 special 35c noon-day luncheon,
_ ..r -11:00 to 2:30. 712 Hill St. Eugene
1 totals ......37 21 4 .638i Betts, Mgr. 2C

or you get your money back. Stock up flow
with Willie-proof hroadcoths at - "
322-324 South Main
Next to Wuerth Theatre

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,I D rStill Continue W ith the
Anniversary Sl
Many people have already tAken advanitage of this
opportunity to save on. theiar sumrmer needs. If you haven't,
now is the time to buy that ;summer suit, or. flann~el trousers,
straw hat, polo shirt, dress shirts, sweater, swimming suit,
nsr whatever else you need. Low prices are prevailing on
all our Kuppenheimer and Devonshire suits and topcoats,
in fast on every item ini the store.
GET YOUR
BATHING SUIT
at a reduced prc

FOR RENT-Suite of rooms with
bath, first floor, newly furnished;
also garage. Rent reasonable.
Phone 3196. 2
FOR RENT-Completely furnished
apartment for young couple or
two girls. Large double for two
girls. Shower, garage. Dial 9714.
422 E. Washington. 2345
FOR RENT-Two six-room apart-
ments, about September 1st. Close
to Campus. One furnished,
ground 4door, $75.00. One unfr-.
nished, second floor, $55.00. 423-
425 Hamilton Place. Phone 4528.
{ 234
FOR RENT-To group of boys 12
room house well furnished. Box
No. 136. 23
FOR RENT-Beginning, June 2.
!1Eight room house. $160 for sum-
mer session. 502 Elm St. Call
22888 after 5. 12
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment,
two rooms and bath, occupying
entire second flos'. ,New furni-
ture and complete equipment in-
luding 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 $9.0.
Doubles and. singl s $3.00, up.
Graduates-.bu sin e ss women.
Phone 7485. 612
FOR R 4RF-05 Forest Ave-.-Upi-
per Duplex-five roos-bath-
LGarage. Phone 6137. 612
FOR 'RENT-Single room or suite
for students or business men.
Between cam pus and down town.
425 S. Division. Dial 22352.
6gi2345
FOR RENT.- furnished apart-
ments. Reduced to ten week
summer ftu-ent. Three rooms,
bath,'shower, frigidaire, hot soft
water. 516 Packard. Phone 3212.
461234
FOR' RENT-One double room and
a single' room completely fur-,
nishedl in new private residence.
All home facilities at disposal of
renter.. Well locted in best resi-
dental section. Garage if neces-
sary. Available for summer
school students or students de-
siring rgons for winter terms.
Phone 3378 for appointment.
461234.
vOR saw'
FOR SALE-Law library, many new
and recent volumes included,
Itemized list furnished upon re-
'quest. Box 137. 456
!fFOR SALE - Buescher t fat alto
s a x o p ,h o n e. Very reasona01'e.
.Phn Watts, 3497 Betwen 7 aind
8p.mi.
FOR SALE-M0ne twelve 'o 4r
Alexander shoes at six-eig ty-
five. 612
F 0 R S A L E-Drug business at
Pinckney, Mich. Will sell stock
Arie fixtures and rent store. ;This
store has been a drug store for
over 50 years Anid is only drug
store in 10 miles. 25 lakes with-
in 5 miles. Mrs. C. W. Barr,
Pinckney,. Mich. 23462
WAk1TED
WANTED-Companion to drive to
Seattle, or Wayside point. Phone
2-1316. 234
WA l?~-~ girl stide t, work
for su~mmer. Will leave town.'
Phone 22$$, 502 Elm street. 123
POITION as second help in fr-
ternity; white; references. Call
5156. 612

POSITION WANTED-Young man,
white, wants porter job in fra-
ternity for fall. Willing worker.
Call 6374. 612
WANTED - Companion to tour
Yellowstone, Yosemite, Los An-
geles, etc. Tray cheaply in
brand new roadster. Write Papp,
9303 Martindale, Detroit. 234612
LOST
LOST -- A golden opportunity to
save money on shoes if you do
not attend Alexander's Removal
Sale.
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... in a cigarette

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G TETTrkNG tD&WN to brass tackcs, a cigaret
is a Sx6ke -- iM'ade ad i6ught' (or your ow
enjoyment.
But between just something to smoke, an
tobacco character, richness, delicate aroma-
in short, something to taste--well, that's ti
difference that accounts for Chiesterfield's evej
mounting popularity-
"TASTE ahove everything

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On the
Anniversary
Sale
Jantzen and B r a d l e y
swimming suits, speed suits,
and sun suits, for both men,
and women ire included.
SapI lire, 'Cardinal, Cmel,
lIack~, Navy, and mnany
combinations Are found in
both the one and two piece
styles. The size, color, and
style range is now com-
plete.

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JLD...and yet
THEY SATISFY

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