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MTIDAY, APRIT, 24, 1031
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THE MICHIGAN

DAIL Y

TWO RAY MEETS
TOH11MI'TO BE -B6BODUAST'
Drake and Penn Events Will Go
on Air Over National and
Columbia Networks.

(Special to The Daily)
DES MOINES, Iowa, Apr. 23. -
The 22nd annual Drake Relays herei
8aturday afternoon will be broad-
cast for one hour, between 3:30 and
4:30 o'clock, Central standard time,
over the network of the National,
Broadcasting Company, it has an-
nounced.
Most of the important stations
affiliated with the NBC chain will
carry the description of the relays
as told by Wallace Butterworth and
Paul Dumont, regular sports an-
nouncers of the N. B. C. Butter-
worth was announcer of the Na-
tional Air Races, the Notre Dame-
Northwestern football game, theI
British-American track meet and
several other major events, while
Dumont is well known for his
snappy announcing of sports events.-
PENN RELAYS ON AIR {
(Sp,.",d to The IDaiv)
NEW YORK, Apr. 23.-The Uni-c
versity of Pennsylvania Relay 'Car-
nival at Franklin Field, Philadel-
" phia, April 24 and 25, which calls
together college champions of the
track and field, will be broadcast
in detail and results over WABC
and a wide Columbia network from
2:30 to 5 o'clock on both days of the
meet. Ted Husing, , Columbia's1
sports announcer, will be assisted
in his task by Lawson Robertson,A
track coach of Pennsylvania.
ILLINOIS LEADING
IN BIG TEN RACE
(Continued from Page 6)
participated in a Big Ten game this'
year, they have swept aside North-
west Conference opposition with
ease in the practice tilts and will
offer stubborn competition for the
Wildcats in the games today and
tomorrow. Wally Mattson, veteran,
hurler, will probably receive the call
for today's game.
C'LASSIFIE
ADVRTISING
NOTICE
'USEDCLOTHES bought and sold.
Call 4310. 215 East Washington.
H. Benjamin. 24C
NOTICE--6% long term mortgage
'loans on "new Ann Arbor homes
without bonus or service charge.
Clyde M. Smith. Call 4356. 246C
FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES
Piano Tuning! Phone 6676, Victor
Allmendinger, the concert artist
tuner. Tuner for Univ. School of
Music. Office at residence, 1608
Morton Ave. 345C
FURS AND FUR COATS STORED,
Cleaned, Repaired, Remodeled.
Now at unusually low prices.
ZWERDLING'S FUR SHOP
26 years of unexcelled values
and Service.
STUDENTS interested in Babson
Institute, the school that gives an
intensive training in the funda-
mental laws of business, may
meet Mr. W. R. Mattson, Assistant
to the President, on Friday, Sat-
urday and Sunday, April 24, 25
and 26, by appointment at the
Statler Hotel, Detroit. - 345

MAJOR LEAGUE
RESULTS
As Mayor Murphy threw a shoul-
der-high strike over the plate, De-
troit opened its home season
against St. Louis yesterday on Na-
vin field with a victory, 1-0. Tom-
my Bridges, slim young right-han-
der, limited the Browns to three
singles and held them scoreless
while Detroit scored its lone .run
in the fourth inning when Gehr-
inger doubled off the left field fence
and Alexander singled past Levey,
scoring Gehringer. The 1 to 0 score
seemed to bring new hope to Man-
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American League
Cleveland-S Chicago-2
Detroit-1 St. Louis-0
Other games postponed-Rain
National League
All games postponed-ain _
ager Harris, as he is worried over
his pitching staff.
Wesley Ferrell won his third game
of the season by letting the Chicago
White Sox down with five hits, 8
to 2. Fonseca and Hodapp collected
three hits apiece for Cleveland. All
other games were postponed be-
cause of rain and cold weather.
American League.
R H E

WOLVERINE TRACK Cold Weather Hinders'
S T A R S CONFIDENT Varsity Diamond Drill
Elddi T l E d To ,. (Continued From Pane 6)

L.4e d Uanax xeAre to 1 aKe
First Place Honors.
(Continued From Page 6)
find the going at Drake far more
stiff than that which they were up
against at Madison. The two mile
team will be composed of Austin,
Wolfe, Braden, and Turner. This
team stands an excellent chance of
winning first honors. Austin also
will be pitted against some of the
outstanding stars of the country in
the individual two mile run. Har-
old Manning of Wichita, who holds
the N. C. A. A. time of 9:18.1 and
Chamberlain, Michigan State star,
are a couple of his best competitors
for the event.
Goldsmith stands little chance
of going very far in the shot against
such stars as Hugh Rhea of Nebras-
ka, who tosses the weight over the
50 foot mark. Egleston, too, can
only hope to place close to Lee
Sentman, the Illinois flash, in the
hurdle events. Rod Cox may come
through with a brilliant perfor-
mance in the hammer throw for
he has been getting close to 150
feet on his efforts of late. Capt.
Pottle is also making the trip, but
is not counted on to place against
Warne of Northwestern and Me-

hits yesterday.
Substitutes Fumbled. Chi vs. Omega Psi Phi, Coliseum
A second string setup in the hield courts 4, 5, 6 at one o'clock; P.
did not look any better, perhaps Kappa Phi vs. Trigon, Ferry Field
worse, for they managed to drop ccurts 1, 2, 3 at one o'clock; Sigma PHONE 7412
everything from pop flies to inhield Nu vs. Tau Delta Phi, Ferry Field
throws while the regulars took their courts 4, 5, 6 at one o'clock.
turn at socking the horsehide. The --- ---- SUBSCRIBE
spirit was great but the execution Under a new ruling, all bat boys
was not so good, and the boys will serving National League baseball
>haveto tighten up considerably clubs must appear in regular uni-
before they are ready to take over forms of the teams which they
their Conference opponents. serve.
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FRESHMAN TENNIS
Freshman tennis candidates
should report any afternoon at
the Ferry field courts.
John Johnstone, coach.

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Stock up the refrigerator at home
Have a 5-gallon bottle at the office.
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WHOLESALE
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, POULTRY,
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No need to overstock, eliminate waste and at the same time avail your-
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TYPEWRITER and MIMEOGRAPH-,
ING.-College work a specialityJ
for over twenty years. Moderate
rates. O. D. Morrill, The Type-
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South State Street. C

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rates. M. V. Hartsu. Dial 9087
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Our service is among the best to
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WANTED
STUDENT WAITRESS WANTED to
work for meals at Haunted Tav-
ern Tea Room, must be experi"-
enced. Phone 7781. 5
WANTED - University professor
wants single room in quiet mod-
em residence. Willrconsider
small apartment at reasonable
price. Call Thompson at 4121,
ext. 2127.
ext. 2127. 3456
WANTED-Students for summer
employment of 11 weeks, $24 a
week, $200 tuition fee. See Mr.
Hayden, room 304, Mich. Union.
2-4 p. m., April 23. 3&4
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Veal Breast .......................15c
Fer Stuffing
Little Pig Breakfast Sausage . 25c lb.
Home Made
Smoked Ham, whole or half 22c l.
Mild Cured
Bo-Ka Coffee . 29c
Reid Murdock Brand-
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Baby Beef Steak, lb. .
Pot Roast of Beef, Ib.,
Pork Chops, lb. . .....
Fresh Hamburger, lb..

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Shoulder of Veal, lb... .
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