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______r~PHEMICHIGCAN DAILY N
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Total o-.f

Star,

NTJSTIE, Seotland,Jno5
in4 in11the se:cond lround of
rlIii-h Open golf chamlpion-
,oday to takan-, <, c r il Ica
h alf-way' mar]k' withl147.
iy Argenltine covereie 13,f'Iis
jole ii 34 anid 1t1C3.1came1
in3 37 to equ.aifl te ]reco+:'1 set
the q a lifyn. rouil nd On Tn
by I~a,aona'll Smiith a, 61
ed later in the .am ity'by
Cli:ish starl, Archie Compsrz~to1.
Armour Follows,
in back of Ji-raldo vwas the
Xn Detroit pro, Tom-my Ar -{
fo-.mer American open chan-
who shot a 75 today for al
C total of 148. Armour played
"golf on the outgoinlgninle,
h1e covered in par figures,
in into trouble on the first
holes of the scond nine and

Phliladelp.jhia 4 -Chicago 1
St. Louis 8-NVew y ork6
Cl"evelanrd 10-Boston 2,
NationDal League
Chicago 8-Brook~lyn 4
S.Louis G-New York J
t't.'urli2--Boston 1
I ~(thirtee-n innings')
Cincinnati 5-Philadelphia 2
ASHERMUVEN FINISH
IN FURTHPLAC
Michigan ook Sa 7-:1ruphoe
O-hio P&-ate, but lost inth te final
Conference engagement to Indiana,
9 to 5. The first Ypsilaniti and Ohio
State enou,nters were rained out as
wan the second gamae with the
Badgei',rs.
Out of the four te'en niwho
were awarded letters this year only
Eive w',ill be lost 'W t rtim,_rcompehti-
tion on Wolverine nines. H1owevrer,
two~ Af thle mrnintre pitchers, the
stafft--Coirnpton and Kiegier. Thp
other thre are oultfielders--East-
man, Drabick'e, and Mmody. T hus,
,Coach Ray Fisher has a pwe rf' 1
nucleus around' which to build a
teame next sping which should be
a reel mner i n 1the' (onfor~ j-'

P TiiI t IU 1
Senators Win by 5-t; Cleveland
a P C , -Sstrin y esterd a y a te o o w en
they ls to the Senators a tWh
]ing;2t)1".by" a sfcre of 5-1. Brdgs
!is whlhteBeil w ,re bl
The' Clevel nd indians stretched
thirwining streak to ten straight,
taking1 Boston into camp by a lop-
sided s.core of 10-2. Running true to
tem*the Clcveland club's tallies
were1bunche into fou-n in the first
iniu ed i in tho inth. ZNine-

S pcec dl 1ba 1l--Alpha Kappa
Phi; "3 Si ma Chii;, "-i
> 'rcb. , _Phi Sigma Delta.
Wresting Ttu KpaEsln
Voile'y Bia 11 -A1lphia Kappa
Lambda.
Tcnnix- _.Phi Bewta.-Delta.
Indoor TrackT --Allph)a. Phi Al-
pha.
Handball--Phi Detwa Delta.
Dual Swimming-Phi Kappa
Psi.
Waeor Polo- Theta Chii.
1- o i° s c,:ih o e s -Alpha Kappa
Lambda..
Cross (fount ry-Tau Kappa Ep-.
3ilon.
Swirnning-Thetta Chi.
YSigma Delta Psi--- Sigma Chi.
Relays-Phi Sigma Kappa.
Foul r.£Ibrow-Chi Psi, Alpha
Omnega,, tie.

in~~ se era vents, buncdlea
tion doocs not appear to W'e;,trong
agai tocp seoll _;n st such large entry lists as
Wis coin i, Illinois, Ohio State and
India na have entered. The olves
are .,:chcduled(to leave his morn-
ingfor the Windy ity ('orfe1"t
STrials will 'be held fthis aftern oonz
with the tillals cotnin oor-
row.
0-no of" the; latest annou-tncemient~s

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36HLE SCORES
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WAN 4ADS*AY

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is that Lee Sentman, national low

hurdle
of the
eV,-nt,
owin.'g!

record holder andc-hle
worlds' record high huardle
will be unable to compete
to final examination con-
Sentman was the Big' star
Illinois aggregation.

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NOTICE
FRATE'RNITIES, AND SORLORITIES
Piatno Turning! Phione 6676, Victor
Allmendintger, the concert' artist-
tuner. Tuner for Univ. School of
Music. Office at residence, 1603
Morton Ave.- 345C
USED- CLOTHES bought' and sold.
Call 4310. 215 East Washington.
11. Benjamin. 246C
NOTICE--6%long; term mortgage
loans on iew Ann Arbor hom'es
'without bonus or service charge.
Clyde M. Smithl. Call 4356. 2460
HISTORY 11 and 12 TUTORING
GEOLOGY and GEOGRAPHY
Tommie Mach Tutoring Agency
310 So. State St. Phone 7927
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. H'artsuff. Dial 9037.
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TYPEWRITING AND MIMEO -
G r a p hi i n g. Moderate Rates.
Prompt Service. 0. D. Morrill.
314 S. State St.
TYIPEWRITERS--Alil makes sold,
rented, exchanged,' repaired. O.
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.
WILL sublet Forest Plaza apart-
.menit for suminer session accomn-
mnodates two or three people. Re-
duced price. Call 3780. 12345;;

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In the Nationallega thirteen1-
inning endurance contest was taken
from Boston by Pittsburgh. The
Boston club was able to mnake good
on only one of the elecejits 1- scored
by them in the long contes.t. Pitts-
burgh tallied twice-one i A the
ninth, and then in the thirteenth,
to win the game.
The World's champion Athletics
defeated Chic ago, 4 Earnshaw,

I~Lji/4N LSETO U. S. TEAM

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goo lour's gsolf t5wsasdsp ery dacula r- ' "' --' -" threejits s nasrtcho i olsIp~ K p aL s TeCrina~lsnoed11o2utiitheUAN
'York Giants, 5-G by tallying a run
gh the middle of his round hie Sets New Hip, h Mark' in the ninth. Hubbell and Hallahan
four fives and two twos. He1 were the rival hurlers.
missing' short putts and sink- i ('Continued from Page 6) That the sluggers of both leagues
hle lone; ones. Hie was at his are rounding into form was evident
com1ing homei;, his mzarvelousan es eealn olssta from the -nine homers hit in the
,ries fromt hoolked drives koep- svecvents, this year. Cihtgames which took plac e yes-,
is; score down.Pal Iwin saw action in 23 g amc I ", t afte J rnoon. Amen,, te.),;who,
Kirkwtooat1 Shoots. wile Howamv rd Simon and Jim Spen- E1' mm cci ,out cciro do'1'were<
iling7 these two leaders were cer follorwed him with 22 each. This cri of the Ya1 uks ,.>>u h's (te.am-
Kikwood, the tr ick sho star igh individual' interest in the In- Iaeu iald1lc isno
New Yorkz, and W. T. Twine, traimural sports has been gratify- the Cllc oCbbt fwur,,n
romiley in Kent, with 15-Os.in to the officials. seem to be stating late i c year
veoo, after a disastrous 40 on____ -
utgoing ninei, burned 'up the CGOLFERS IK~E OLD A)iLL. sp-A[l"V1NS COI I 1'E IT CA
,ecmn oeanee!35 strokes. Twine, whose 72 in ThI; poll of golfers in the Detroit A squad of seven Spartmns, head-
irst round gave him a tie with Ditc, being conducted by the !ced by Clark ChamberliO, crack
ny Farrell and IIen:y Cottn etoi News, the sentiment seems distance star, are comlpet ing in the
,he lei , could not get along to be overwhelmingly in favor of: N ational intercollegiate tracek meet
and tooks 78, the old ball against the new. 'in Chicag ,o.

- ----- A , , cur boxers representing the
®.rL United States defeated a t 'am of
1 eener ompetiton It aiihiii pugiiss ive bouts to two.
Marks 'Mural Season For aimoet half an hour the are-
____ na was in an uproar and the Ital-
(Continued from Page 6) lians} in high dudgeon marched
,;right out of the party after the ace
was any the less keen, however, and of the invading squad, Edelweis
was decidedly not in several eases, P odriguez was declared the loser
such as foul throwing and golf. in the opening bout to Lou Salica,
]Five other sports have apparently clever little New York flyweight,
fbut held their own or m.-arked time \vho holds the 112-pound title in
the last year, baseball, fencing, soc the metropolitan.
cer, twenty-one, and wrestling fall
in this class, yet- the first event
ranks second for the great e n~um-
ber of men participating a nd t'hus
interest shown for the ye,,cr.
B asktball tip k s the :1 ' to honors
in num berscniptinig, w' I 1speed-
ball nd anaM ; ll r'ig11 t;upin the
ruulain gfO.' third atlli (JourtI1A pla c £S *
Ri"au aic' ben gratif. ingto See,
' the newe.*p~s badmintona
andcodbal ar am~igthose ta
} .re15 gongup in 1his .race.
R~est Are New.

White with iblIac k

S4hipmen

saddle, white
black cap. Two
tans and tan
white.

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Swl--Vs boro and vigare, infielder,,
are the only regular holdovers on
the Wichita team this year.

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QUALITY MEATS
We Solicit Your P atronage
Delivery Service
JZARL MYERS PROP.

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P'.urest Ave. Market

t IF YOU ARE NORMAL
I'm if you or your' employees fall below normal, ill health is sure to follow,
cspecially during the warm months. A "20th Century" cooler will act as
aconstant reminder to drink plenty of PURE water. Let us install one
your home or office today!

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530 Forest Ave.

E 7'412

206 SOUTH ASHLEY
P ASTRY HOP

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FRESH DRESSED BROILERS .43c

F RESH DRESSED FOWLS..0....0

33c

ARBORSPNS WATER CO.

416 West 7HA:..n

UR.ITY

Phone 8270

AED GOODS maAe PURELY for YOU
SALT-RISING BREAD OUR SPECIALITY
7 Packard- Phone 9605
We S.pecialize in Good Pies

SHORTIBOFBEE........ 1l c
DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF
TH-E'CITY
YOU WILL DO BETTER AT LEMBLE'S
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STEAKS

ROASTINGCHICKENS

WANTED -Canoe in good ond-
tion. Must be sixteen feet on.
state size, kind, condition, price.
W, p$ N. Hunter, 1010' Donovana
Bcrg., Detroit. 45x
WANTED-Ford modelA roadster,
1929 model preferred; terms
cash; cheap. Box 181. 456
WANTED-Two passengers. Driving
to Des Moines, Iowa, June 12.
Call Dunn, 23159. 4
LAUNDRY WANTED-Use soft wa-
ter, sun dried, work guaranteed
I at reasonable price. Call 21'5'57.
34
FOR RENT - Heated' parnet.
five rooms, bath, sleeping' poch,
electric refrigeration, garage, 05
Forest. Phone 6137. 345
WANTED-two passengers. Driving
to San Antonio, Texas. June 15.
Call Madero. 551 Church, Apt. 4.
4
SALE FOR CASH-Oldsmobile- 10
Isedan. Only driven 10,000' m lbi.
A-1 condition. Call 519. 345
PROFESSOR wants to rent small
unfurnished house on east side,
beginning about Sept. first. a3ox
No. 178. 234
WANTED - Colored couple desires
position in fraternity as porter
and cook or at single positions.
Dial ?-3441. 345
WANTED-Will buy used clothing.
Phone 2-3441 or call at 122'-E.
Washington. 345
SHORTHAND -- Important. Would
like to 'gel; in touch with 2 stu-=
dents with- knowledge of- shor~
hand who expect ' to enter aw
school next fall. Write to Bos
179, Mich. Daily. 34
MEN-171 offices in the U. S. to
place you. Work-healthful, edu-
I ational, and profitable. Must be
satisfied with $35 per week pls
bonus. Write box No. 170,'Mich.
Daily. 6-5
TEACHER -'shes two or three pas-
sengers to -Calfornia. Address
Box 173, Michigan Daily.C
SMALL FAMILY driving to Los
Angeles by Yellowstone; roml 'for
one.' Phone 3212. 123456.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Pleasant cottage, "d-
lightful 10 c a ti dnii. Cvanaugh
lake. Terms reasonable. Agut
and September. 'Phone 8466.' 46
FIRST FLOOR of attraptve private
home available for summer..
Large livingroom, sunroom itlA'
daybed. Kitchenette with eletrPV
stove, Kelvinator, private' btii.
Best. residential section. Tele-
phone 3768.
FOR RENT-2 rooms; large; nine-y
furnished; near campus; retii-.
able rent. 1115 So. Univ. Ponie
7561. 4
APARTMENT FOR RENT - during
summer, 4 rooms and ktcln..
Phone 7735. 3456
LOST
'LOST-Large 'black notebook, ni-
tials P. L. carved on cover. Re-
ward. Dial 5847. 34

HOAGLIN PIE SHOP
1I Miller Avenue

Phone 5501

LET US SERVE YOU-j

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Servic--plus first class meats-
-;mean saving.
ROASTS
! Meats of a quality you can see
118 West Washington
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and taste
Phone 22596

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FEAy

IN MOREHOS EVERY DAY
lu- *gR" KR.U'STBR A
One of Ann Arbor's Leading Loaves
Butter Krust is constantly imi p oving in quality with pure fresh milk.
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ANN ARBOR DAIRY
GOLDEN JERSEY MILK '
bas won and is winning the approval of the Ann Ab rH ueie w osrvst ev e aiy

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YOU'LL PREFER IT
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nice rich naltcd.

CHOICE TENDER HAM HAM BALONEY
T-BONE STEAK SLICED TASTY1,
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