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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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3TEIRDAY'S RESULTS
American League

MEN

for New Course
ad Freshman
Winners.
f the varsity golf
n announced by
rueblood as win-
rds for this year.
hus honored are:

Washington 5, Detroit 3
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2
New York 9, St. Louis 2
Cleveland 12, Boston 11
National League

beer
s T
away

Royston, Jack Lenfesty
elect), John Howard, Eu-
d, Dick Livingstone, and
Jolly. The only "AMA"
en this year in. golf will
d to Marion Sherwood.
Berglin of the freshman
I announced the follow-
al winners and the scores
petitive rounds of thirty-
John Fisher, 74-68-142;
id, 85-75-160; George l
-84-166; Dayton, 86-83-_
in, 84-87-171; Dave How-1

Brooklyn 7, Chicago 6
St. Louis 4, New York 3
Pittsburgh 4, Boston 3
Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati 2
Baseball Scores
AMERICAN ILEAGUE~i

WISCONSIN CREW
IN EASTERN MEE T
Syracuse, California Have Little
Chance for Victory.
(Continued from Page 6)
Columbia will have the edge on
the rest of the Poughkeepsie crews
in the matter of specialized train-
ing, for the squad will leave for its
camp at Crum Elbow this week,
and will have the upper Hudson
river to itself for the rest of the,
time. Critical observers of the Co-
lumbia crew agreed that it was at
its best in beating Penn and Prince-
ton last Saturday. -However, Coach
Dick Glendon used a week to snap
the crew out of a slump after the
Technology race more than two
weeks ago. His results are shown
} in the last triangular race and now
the eight looks like one of the
tgreatest that ever represented Co-'
lumbia.

PHI I ST R
A.KEIANINI.
(Continued from
Kamnis, c ..........
Sheris, lb........
Finkle, rf ..........
Heffer, if ...........
Totals..........
Oldham, 3b.......
Alpha Kappa
Lambda

Clark, c ...... 3 0 0 1
O N E Wise,if.......4 0 0 0 jP
Simonp...........3 1 00
Spencer, ss.........4 1 0 1
4, 0 Becker, b.........3 0 0 2
Cronbiecf . . ....... 4 0 0 0
Irwin, rf.......... 4 0 0 0 j
a Page 6) Hichman, ,2b....... 3 0 0 0,
4 1 0 0
4 1 1 1 Totals ............31 3 0 4
4 1 1 1 Two-base hits, Spencer, Weiss; 'I
4 0 1 0 Bases on balls, off Simon, 7; Strike-
- -- - - outs, by Simon 10, by Weiss, 16.
41 7 10 2 Score by innings:
3 1 0 0 Phi Sigs ...........001 001 014-7 ,
A.K.L . ............. 000 000 000-0
AB H R E ------- -

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ADVERTISIE D
NOTICE -

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place you. Work-healthful, edu-
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satisfied with $35 per week plus
bonus. Write box No. 170, Mich.
Daily. 0-5C

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001 120 1Ox

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5 12

Whitehill and Grabowski; I
F r and Spencer.
Chicago .... 200 000 000 2
Philadelphia 100 002 00x 3
Caraway, Faber and Grube;
berg, Reving and Heving.
St. Louis ... 010 001 000 2
New York ... 210 004 02x _

EASTERN GIRL wants to be pas-
senger East, sharing expenses.
Call 3556. 1
ANTIQUES REFINISHED, furni-
ture repaired. Dial 23586. 1133

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-86-172.
Fisher, captain of the fresh- "
luad, broke the course rec-
the University layout in
ing for his numerals by
g a 68 on his second eighteen
The formk course record,
t by Fisher, was 70. Par on
rse is 72, and Fisher had six
.A disastrous three putts on
urth green prevented him
ringing down the record any
han two strokes. Fisher, at
ae of the record - breaking
was playing a two-some with1
nway who . turned in an 801
out and 40 back.
r's score follows: 3, 5, 4, 5,
3, 3-34,; 4, 5, 3, 3, 3, 3, 5, 4-
r seems a certainty for the
squad next year. On the
an team, he has played 'a
entl- good game all year.dAn
need player, he was among
shmen golfers who were re-
le for the tie in a mratch
e varsity several weeks ago.
Dancing Again
Varnplers Lake
EVERY NIGHT
8:00 to Midnight
ATINEE DANJCING
:urdays, Sundays, and
Holidays.
2to4.
Popular Park Plan
- Featuring
:HICK FOWLER'S
-- Eleven Piece
EF. WAMPLER INDIANS
MGny Special Features
ing - Games -- Picnicing

1

9 1
9 12 0

Gray, Stiles, Hebert and Ferrell,
Young; Gomez and Dickey.
Cleveland .. 003 008 001 12 15 6
Boston...... 010 202 105 11 17 0
Harder, Thomas, Jablonowski,
Hudlin and Sewell; McFayden,
Moore, Kline, Durham and Berry.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn ... 200 200 003 7 9 01
Chicago . . .. 110 200 020 6 12 1
Phelps, Day, Quinn and Lopez;1
Malone, May and Hartnett.

WANTED-Men for summer work.
who are willing to start around
$25 per week. See Mr. Price from
2:00 to 5:30 in room 304 at Union.
2
P. s A. U ADER
Technic al Illtustrations
COMPLETE DRAFTING
SERVICE
Specializing in
ILLUSTRATIONS FOR TEXT
BOOKS, REPORTS,
TECHNICAL ARTICLES AND
TECIINICAL ADVERTISINGs

USED CLOTHES bought and sold.
Call 4310. 21 5 East Washington.
H. Benjamin. 246C
NOTICE-6% long term mortgage
loans on new Ann Arbor homes
without bonus or service charge.
Clyde M. Smith. Call 4356. 246C
HISTORY 11 and 12 TUTORING
GEOLOGY and GEOGRAPHY
Tommie Mack Tutoring Agency.
310 So. State St. Phone 7927

TYPING-Theses a specialty.
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial

Fair
9087.
C

New York .. 010 200 000
St. Louis ... 002 001 013x
Fitzsimmons and Hogan;
and Wilson.
Boston ..... 110 010 000
Pittsburgh . 000 100 012
Brandt and Spohrer;
Osborne and Phillips.
Philadelphia 111 030 000
Cincinnati.. 000 000 002

3 11 0 1
4 13 1
Grimes
3 10 1
4 11 0
Kremer,
0 11 1
2 11 0

J. Elliott, Watt
and Sukeforth.

and Davis; Lucas

Dial 22194

303 S. State

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TYPEWRITING AND M I M E 0 -
G r a p h i n g. Moderate Rates.
Prompt Service. 0. D. Morrill.
314 S. State St.
TYPEWRITERS-All makes sold,
rented, exchanged, repaired. 0.
D. Morrill, 314 S. State St. Phone
6615.
CALLING CARDS-100 with en-
graved . copper plate $2.50 up
100 printed from old plate $1.75.
Best quality workmanship. 0. D.
Morrill, 314 S. State St.
PHYSICIAN and family (3 adults)
would be glad to take over and
care for small home during sum-
mer. Apply Box No. 177, Michigan
Daily. 512
WILL sublet Forest Plaza apart-
ment for summer session accom-
modates two or three people. Re-
duced price. Call 3780. 123456

WANTED by an experienced chef
(white) a fraternity to cook in
next fall. Box 177. 123
WANTED-Canoe, 16 or 17 ft. must
be in good condition. Also En-
glish saddle. Phone best price
for cash. Call 7265. 123
TEACHER wishes two or three pas-
sengers to California. Address
Box 173, Michigan Daily. C
WANTED for Summer Session -3-
room apartment. Located' within
reasonable distance of campus.
Box 175. 512
SMALL FAMILY driving to Los
Angeles by Yellowstone, room for
one. Phone 3212. 123456
FOR RENT
2 OR 3 ROOM APARTMENT-
Roomy, nicely furnished, near
campus, reasonable rent. 1115 S.
University. Phone 7561. 123
FOR RENT-Seven-room furnished
house for summer and next year.
Newly painted and decorated,
modern conveniences. 923 Green-
wood Ave. Phone 7019. 512
FOR, SAL-4
C O R O N A portable typewriter.
Standard keyboard. Slightly used.
Phone 2-3243, Colby. 2
MR. INSTRUCTOR-Here's your op-
1 portunity to buy splendid seven-
room house, large lot, garage,
S. E. $5,500 with terms. Phone
owner 6700. 512
SPALDING TOP FLITE TENNIS
RACKET. $10.00. Call 3170. 2
C 0 R 0 N A portbale typewriter.

Flannels for Sports

There is no more popular
single item in the wardrobe
for school and sports wear
riglit now than the sleeveless
sweater. On a .cold day they
look and feel well under the
suit coat, and when its warm
they do the same with no coat
at all. Now is the best oppor-
tunity you will have to get a
sleeveless sweater at a very
moderate cost. They come in
blue, green, buff, yellow and
white.
$50 and $400

The logical mate for the
sweater is a pair of flannebs.
We are showing them in plain
white, white with tan stvipe.
and white with black stripes.
There is nothing more coin-
fortable or better looking for
summer wear than flannels.

Among the Best and at
Reason'ableprice's

$900

DINING ROOM
Lunches 40c, Dinne~rs 60c

M~AflQUJAflQ o
ANN ARBOR.,

Standard keyboard. Slightly used.
Phone 2-3243, Cblby. 2

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608 EAST LIBERTY

LOST

WANTED

.1

Sunday Dinner 75c "

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ONLY ONE BLOCK NORTH FROM HILL AUDITORIUM

PROFESSOR wants to rent small
unfurnished house 'on east side,
beginningabout Sept. first. Box
No. 178. 234

LOST-Brown leather note book
containing semester's notes. 'If
found, please call Williams at
7017. 12

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