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'"S"HE MIC141 AN P- ATLY

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Claim and Speedball tourneys he has bee:
~rest l in 27 contests. J. Weissman, Kappa
Nu, has featured the latter spor
only but he is an Ail-.sportsmna;
Sports with a total of 20 instances of corn
petition. Manderson from Thet,
Xi is the other man in group atn
athletic his 29 contents comec largely frori
the In-h Ispeedball, volleyball, -and wrestli
Ns to a inte:rosts.

-MW

KIRK'.WOOD LOSES 16AVII
IN LEEDS TOURNVEY\7fCI If
Advances to Second Round.
LEEDS, England, May 21.-(P)--!Mick11ey Codane Has Fie!Ayr
a Joe Turnesa, of Elmsford, N. Y.,, at Bat;.,Simm;on-, Addcs
rtwon his first round mia tch in the
n $5,000 Leeds prof essiornal golf tour- AohrHmr
inarnent today from A. J. Young, The Ph~iladlp ''ia Athletics have
a. sexd ad4 stretched their Wiflhiflo- streak-t
d Joe Kirkwood, who qualified with ti
n~ Turnesa and Tony M/anero am~ong " te t-n:;ames in a row by takingl
Sthe select 32, wacliminated by is~ a slug-felt from the Detroit Tigers
first round op;ponent, A. R. Brad- at Navin Field yesterday afternoon.,
z ber. 112-5. The winning team totalled 18
'o Turnesa put together two record- t safeties from three hurlers, while
Sbreakinig rounds of 69 to win medal- telsr crd1 rma qa
-~1thonors and said h-e felt he was elsrssoe 4frma qa
e"fit for Carnoustie,", where the Open number ofmoundsmen.
swill be played, beginning June 1. The game was featured by the
h Horton Smith acid Willie Hunter,, slugging of Micky Cochrane, catch-,
a- the other two Americans, failed to j er of the Athletics, who had a per-j

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weeks are
e files in
.ipon the

orts en-
12 and
to the

B3y dropping one more %port frorr
the classification there appear nc
less than seven men on the camnp
with this record of 10 sports en-
tered. Two miore D. A. E.'s ar'e here
being L. Darrow and T. S.' Perkins
'23 and 27 contests in od'der, both
miem'bers of the house cage team.
The former also majored in hockey
play while the latter .is anothei
speedball player.
W. K. Harris, Kappa Nu, 28 games,
aiid Stanley Henken, Tau Delta
Pi,29 contests, both favored bask-
'Delfta, with 29 timnes, specialized in
handball' and speedball. W. Mc-
# Crnaicl, T.K.E. has' 25 to his credit,
most from cage play and volleyball.
Ray Eiserman, Theta Chi, addfed
swimm~ing- to his basketball 1 in pil-
ing up 29 contests.
The a.ctivities of these men seenm
to show how completely the In-
tramural Department is being usec
by the student body for next ir
line in this delineation are a large~
group of 14 men who have taker
part in nine sports each. Some sort
ofg point system should make this
worth a trophy award.
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Philadelp'ihia' 200 012 232 12 18 hTOT 1 0 : 0 5 1
Boston...... 000 010 000 1 4 2
S't. Louis ... 000 001 l0> 2 7 2
R"ussell, MacFayde! n, C on e 11l y,
B erry; Collins and Fcrrel,
W,,ashington . 102 000 100 4 7 e0
C hicagu... J010001 2 5 2
Ilaley MaberySpencer; Tho-
ma:, cKa ln,'Tate
NwYo'k.. 220 002 1003 7 13 0
Clevelan-d.. 103 110 000 6 12 3
Pip gras, Gome, Sherid, Dickey;
Hudlin, Mil ler, Sewll, Wyatt.
S-bs Knock Presb)e y
From Box in 6-3 Win
(Continued from Page 6)
pitcher.
Waterboro ait shortstop for the
yearlings will bear watching in the
g:Dme. His defensive fielding was
instrumental in Wednesday's vie-
~tory. His is also a strong hitter.
Larson, pitcher for the Physical
Eds, although out-pitched by Rich
ards, showed cosiderable form.
BOSTON, May 20-(A])-Joe Judge,
veteran ftrst sacker for the Wash-
ington Nationals left today for
home after being released from a
hospital where he had undergone.
an operation for appendicitis.
LOST-Gold pocket watch in room
35 Angell hall. Finder please call
3590. Reward offered.

1'ETIW QOM AT R EN1'-Nic.'ly 1it
NI ihevapor steam heat, n
U.. Golf Course. Phone 3403. 13 G
4E-l1 e i teU. tS. to Sae
place you. Wn-hatfl d __ __ ___
cational, and profi1tabl. Musibe o-,1R SAL ;. ,

party

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qutalify. Hunter had just landed,
and; after a terrible 84- the first day
tore up)ils card yester'day. Smith
had 152, just o'utside the select
circle.
NOTICE
There will be a special meeting
of the Varsity swimmn-ing team
today at 5 o'clock at the Intra~-
mu ral pool. The following mnzc
are asked to be there: Miller,
Smith, Ladld, Raike, Schmeiler,
Kennedy, Fenske, M arcuis, Klint-
worth, Mleigis, Staelin, EKunzwell,
Morgan, Chase, Sanborn, Degen-
er, Bailey, Cristy, Drysdale, East-
erle, Holpaeh, Dobson, Hanway,
Neitzke, Shorr, Kamienski, and#
Vaudowe.
Mlatt Mann, Coacti

feet day at the bat, scoring a dou-
ble, a homer, and. three singles out
of five trips to the plate. The A's
accounted for three home runas be-
tween them, Simmons and MeNean
hitting the other circuit clouts.
Nvo games were. played today in
the National league on account of
a widespread rain.
Cleveland, by virtue of a 7-6 lose
to the Yanks yesterday is still being
held below the 'Tigers in the stand-
ings of the American league, losing
the opportunity offered by the De-
troit club's losing, series with the
champions.
Babe Ruth showed signs.of recov-
ering from the effects of his recent
injury by slamming one over the
fence in Cleveland, thereby keeping
pace with his rival, Al Simmons for
the day.

atfedwith $3per week v!plus
bonu is. Write box NO. 170, M1'ich1.
Daily. 6S
NOTIC7---%ln emmrgg
loan,?s 4on new C'Ann1 iAbor homnes
itlhout bonu111s or eri echarge .
rats:*. M. V. II irt 'ufl. -Dial 9037.
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TYPEWRITING AND -MI M E 0-
G r a p h i n g. Modert e TRatgs.
Prompt Servic. 0. D. Mon'rill.
314 S. State #'W.
TYPEWRITERS-All make s sold,
rented, exchanged, repaired. 0.
11D. Morrill, 314 S. State St. Phone
6615.
CALLING CARDS-100 with en-
.graved . copper plate $2.50 up
100 printed from old pkite $1.75.
Best quality workmanship. 0. D.
Mrrill, 314 S. State St.
WANTElD
SIX neat appearing students want-
ed for 12 weeks work this sum-
mer. Pays $300. Apply at Mich.
Union, room 302, Friday (today)
between 3 and 8. 4
TEACHER .ashes two or three pas-
sengers to California. Address
Box 173, Michigan Daily. C

SIhCOND HAND CANOE-Call Mi
Thompson, Friay evening, 5 t,
8. Phone 6464.3
CORONA portable typewriter wit]
sta)ndard keyboard. Sligthly used
Phone~ 2-3243, ask for Colby. 41
SECOND HAND CANOE--Call Mr.
Thompson, Thurs. or Fri. evening.
5 to 8. Phone 6464.
FOR SALE-Physician's office and
equipment. Will sell separately
Address Box 172 East Jordan
Michigan. 561239
LOST
LOST -Barrett combination per
and pencil last Thursday. Findei
please call 6765. Reward, 41
LOST-Circular pin, pearls set or
gold rim, on evening of' May R
at Hill Auditorium or elsewhere
in' vicinity of campus. $5.00 re-
ward if returned to University
Business Office, University Hall
3&
LOST: Phi Delta 'Epsi ]on fraterni-
ty pin. Finder please call 0032
Rewxard. 2;
LO. T: Delta Sigma Delta fraterni-
ty pin. Rew.ard. -Call 3665. 502 E
Jeff erson. 23a
FOUND
FOUND)-Set of slip covers. Owner
see HIoutz at 718 Monroe tc

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>trio come o a group
o have been in 11
aural sports. JL. Ga-
[or from the Alpha
are includled, the
ig basketball and
;otal of 21 contests,
had lik~e interests
have another man
angen, who belongsj
Stressing the cage
SDef endin
!Track Title-j

FOR RENT:
decorated
privileges.

514 E. Jefferson. Newly
suite. Light cooking
Reduced rent. Phone

4593. identified them. - 45

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are as follows.
-Eddie Tolan first
vith Jack Campbel
hurdles-Jack Kel-
with Hawley Egles-
nr second or third
Ln and Hatfield.
hurdles-L~ee Sent-
dition) with Egles-.
taking a point or
I-Eddie Tolan first
ith Noyes taking a
-Goes to Ed. Rus-
n if Letts doesn't
--D~ale Letts of Chii-
en third for Michi-
oto Dale Letts with
possible point win-
n-Goes to Perry
fT' with Brocksmith
erne Mc~Lermont of
*tle third, placing
of Northwestcr~n.
mi Behr,XWiconsinx,
qunn of Minnesota..
ra, Illinrois is almost
Veldon, , Iowa, title
bet again. Dougal'
uld cop a place for
w-Arthur Frisch of
with Biddinger of'
Ad Cox fighting for
Ralston Russell of
best.
-Ed Gordoni, Iowa,
,ood enough to beat
d's old mark of 25
es.-
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