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THE MICHIGAN DILY

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Malone, Bush And Hartnett; Sei-
T OR i bold, Cunningham, Zachary and C B 1g AjSorr
I l AMERCAN LEAGUE.-
St. Louis ... 100 000 020- RHE
Philadelphia 000 011 020-- 4 11 0
RbeRudItitsOtEiighteen Gray, Kimsey and Ferrell; Earn-
pmer, But Yankees Lose; shaw, Quinn and Cochrane.
Berger Keeps Pace. R H E
Boston . .. .200 010 100 1- 5 10 31
Brooklyn retained its two-game Cleveland .210 100 000 0- 4 13 1
lead although it lost to Pittsburgh I Morris and Heving, Berry; Hud-
in a very poorly played game, un and Sewell. E
which was marked by 13 errors. Wash'gton 30H000 000 3--11 12 1,
The second place Cubs defeated Detroit . . .001 100 231 0-- 8 14 3'
the Braves in a slugging bee in h Marberry, Braxton and Spencer;
which 20 hits rained off the victors' Hogsett, Herring, P4 ge, Sullivan,
bats, Berger of the Braves getting Whitehill and Hargrave, Rensa. E
his. ifteenth homer. The Phillies New York .001 10 300 0- 7 9 0!
defeated the Cards in the only Chicago . .200 005 000 1- i 13 2
pitchers' battle of the day, 2-1. Ruffing, Gomez and Bengough,
Three of the games in the Amer- Dickey' Caraway, McKain and
lean league went into ten innings.
Kterr's homer for Chicago in the Berg.
tenth inning nullified Babe Ruth's ,
eighteenth homer and enabled the I Rig Ten Captain Signs
Sox to win, 6-7. The Tigers, after With Cardinal Team
staging a brilliant rally to tie the
score in the ninth inning, wilted I (ny Asscicafrd t'ress)
;away in the tenth when Washing- CHAMPAIGN, Ill., June 4-James
ton scored three runs to win 11-8. Lymperopoulous, Captain and third
baseman of the University of Illi..
NATIONAL LEAGUE. nois baseball team, today signed a;
R H E contract with the St. Louis Cardi---
Cincinnati ..100 000 301- 5 14 0 nals and left at once to join the
New York . . .600 200 00*- 8 12 0 Greensborg, N. Carolina club of the
Lucas, Campbell', Rixey and Piedmont league, one of the Cardi-
Gooch ; Donohue, Walker andO'- nal farms.
Farrell.I
R H E Detroit Fait and 'Fly Casting
Pittsburgh ..410 301 030-12 14 5 club will open its season Memorial
Brooklyn . . .000 330 000- 6 7 8 Day at Palmer park. A picnic will
French and Bool; Dudley, Morri- I precede a varied program of events.
son and Lopez. All casters are cordially invited to
R H E participate for the prizes that will
St. Louis ....010 000 000- 1 4 0 be awarded.
Philadelphia 101 000 00*-; 2 10 2'
Haines, Sherdel and Wilson; CHICAGO-Ted Blankenship, vet-
Berge and Davis. eran right handed pitcher of the
R H E White Sox, has been released on
Chaicago .... 331 406 100-18 20 2 option to Milwaukee of the Amer-
Boston ,...010 243 000-10 14 0 ican Association.

READ THE DAILY CLASSIFEDS!

C LA SFEweThai
ADVERTISING 1
NOTICE
SEND your laundry to the Mo
Laundry, 204 N. Main for satis-
factory work. We guarantee re-
sults. Dial 3916 for delivery
service. 3C

PIANO TUNING -- Phone
Victor Allmendinger. The
way concert artist tuner.
Eat residence, 1608 Morton

6776
Stein-
Office
Ave.
2340

E FINAL EXAM TUTORING !
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 Z. STATE PHONE 7927
1230
DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION

USED CAR BARGAINS ' HOME
2 Ford tourings, your choice $35.00 !Dodge Sedan ............... $75.00
1925 Ford 4 door sedan...... $55.00 1 Studebaker Coupe .......... 65.00
1925 Maxwell coupe ......... $65.00 ' Touring, only 6,000 miles .... 95.001
1925 Flint tour., wi'nter top $55.00 Dodge Coupe ............... 95.00
1923 Buick 4 pass. coupe.... $45.00 Buick Touring ...............75.00
wooDBURY EATTO VXCHANrE I R. H. ALBER

COMPANYr| Open Evenings and Sunday A. M.
Phone 21600 911 Canal St. 514 East Washington Street
34
34I HEMSTITCHING -- Artistic tecot
HEALING-Lecture - Musical by edge, gold and silver thread
The Kyros Cassandra Company work. Dial 9714. White Sewing
in Masonic Temple at 8:15 Thurs- Machine Co., 205 E. Washington.
day evening, June 5th-Bassilios4
Andrece Kyros, celebrated bass- HEMSTITCHING, Altering and Re-
baritone and composer assisted pairing neatly done. Miss Lyn-
by Mme. Cassandra, Metaphy- don, 210 S. Ingalls. C'
ian. Tickets at Wahr's Book- SAND-Washed and screened sano
stores. 3 and gravel; all sizes. immediate,
SYdelivery.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT--Mr. A. KILLIN'S GRAVEL CO.
E. Blowers will interview men, Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C
Thursday from 3 to 5 p. m., room
304, Union. Mr. Failey will be in TYPING-Theses a spec alty. FaU
room 304 Friday from 9 to 11 a rats. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087
mand 3 to 5 p. m. 3
Why not select a gift a bit different for I
T HE JUNE BRIDE! I
Timely Suggestions:
TOASTERS HEATING PADS
PERCULATORS GRILLS
WAFFLE IRONS CORN POPPERS
Kitchen Aids and Numerous Other Electrical Appliances
ERNST BROS. '
"EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL"
210 South 4th Avenue
Al 1 lifiiIil l i f 111111111111111 11111111111111111111111

BRONZE TABLETS FOR
EVERY USE
JOSEPH L. ARNET
208 W. HURON ST. 3C
FOR RENT
4 ROOM completely furnished
apartment for summer or year.
Electric refrigerator, e 1 e c t r i c
washer. Phone 3403 or 9230.
'345
FOR RENT-Room, private bath.
$7 a week. Phone 3671. 3
HOUSE FOR RENT
For summer-6 room beautiful
furnished home on Lincoln Ave.,
flowers, shade, garage, $80.
APARTMENTS
Near Campus-Living, dinette, bed
rooms; tile shower bath, Kel-
vinator, new furniture, $75.
2 rooms furnished $45
Call Mr. Lechner
Kemf,CLewright, Benson and
Staebler Inc.
23245 Evenings 8840
136c
FOR RENT-6 room house in south
east section. Beautifully fur-
nished. Available for the sum-
mer months. Reasonable. Phone
6776. 2345
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms with
bath, first floor, newly furnished;
also garage. Rent reasonable.
Phone 3196. 1003 Packard. 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
,FRRENT-Two six-room apart-
ments, about September 1st. Close
to Campus. One furnished,
ground floor, $75.00. One unfur-
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 20.
Eight room house. t160 for slm-
mer session. 502 Elm St, Call
22888 after 5. 1.3
FOR RENT-3 room firnished
apartment, near campus for the
summer. Frigidaire, soft water,
new furniture. Inquire D. VY.
Dodds, 426 Packard. 123
FOR 'RENT-Single room or suite
for students or business men.
Between campus and down town.
425 S. Division. Dial 22352.
612345
FOR RENT - Furnished apart-
ments. Reduced to ten week
summer student. Three rooms,
bath, shower, frigidaire, hot soft
water. 516 Packard. Phone 3212.
461234

4

A Real Clothing
LE
Thurs. Fri. Sat.
ANY. SUIT OR
TOPCOAT IN
THE STORE

i Rm val Sale!.
BUY NOW--
Society Brand and other
good makes,
Men's SuitsK
$188 $37.50
$16
Most of them have two pairs of trouserss
Discount on most
all Furnishings
50 Dozen
50c and 75c:
Fancy Hose
- 35c or 3 for $1.00
at a Discount
SHIRTS-UNDERWEAR-WOOL AND
LINEN KNICKERS - GOLF HOSE
SWEATERS - FLANNEL TROUSERS-
STRAW HATS-NECKWEAR AND

Generous
R DUCTION9S
Still Continue With the
Anniversary Sale
Many people have already taken advantage of this
opportunity to save on their summer needs. If you haven't,
now is the time to buy that summer suit, or flannel trousers,
straw hat, polo shirt, dress shirts, sweater, swimming suit,
or whatever else you need. Low prices are prevailing on
all our Kuppenheimer and Devonshire suits and topcoats,
in fact on every item in the tore.
GET YOUR
BATHING SUIT
at a reduced price
On the.
Anniversary
Sale
Ja7ntzen and Br a d le y
swimming suits, speed suits,
and sun suits, for both men
and women are included.
Saphire, Cardinal, Camel,
Black, Navy, and many
combinations are found in
both the ;one and two piecet
styles. The size, color, and
style range is now com-
plete.

FOR RENT-One double room and
a. single . 1oom -completely fur-
nished in new private residence.
All'home facilities at disposal of
renter. Well located 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.
461234
FOR SALIi
FOR SALE-Cadillac sedan-per-
fect running condition; good
tires; good buy for $100. Dial
4933. 413 E. Kingsley. 04$
FOR SALE-Law library, many new
and recent volumes include.
Itemized list furnished upon re-
quest. Box 137. 456
WANTED
WANTED-Companion to drive to
Seattle, or wayside point. Phone
2-1316. 234
WANTED-By girl student, work
for summer. Will leave town.
Phone 22888. 502 Elm street. 123
PERSONAL
PARTY wishing to go to Indian-
apolis or nearby, this . coming
week-end, will share expenses
with anyone with auto going to
that destination. Inquire for
G. W. Butler, printing dept.,
Michigan Daily.
LOST
LOST-Pair of black tortoise sheel
spectacles. Telephone 539. 2209
Angell Hall. Reward. 3
LOST-One Green Conklin Endura
Pen Monday night. Reward.
Call 23251. 34
LOST - A golden opportunity to
save money on shoes if you do
not attend Alexander's Removal
Sale.
LOST-On or near campus, about
May 11, 12, or 13, a ring. A
large amethyst stone surrounded
with pearls. Reward. Box No.
135. 123
FOUND
FOUND - Some exceptional bar-
gains in shoes at Alexander's
Removal Sale. State street over
Calkins.

VALUES $
TO
$50

VALUES
TO
$50

Bly special arrangement with Penn 1441 Co we ae

able to give you this extra discount.

Their order is

"sell all you can Thursday, Friday and Saturday"-
and we are going to do it-here they are boys, buy
an extra suit now, many are suitable for fall wear.
Our regular stock guaranteed.

reduced 10%
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