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R'IDAY, OCTOBER 3,1930

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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GEQRlGE ER SHA!°
BAFFLES REOBIBBS.

SLUGGINC TA

Varsity and Yearlings
Scrimmage in Workout
For Saturday's Game
(Continued From Pa ye 6)

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Mickey Cochrane Again Pounds
Out Homer as Mackmen
Win Second Game.
(Continued From Page 6)
fey. Watkins struck out. Mancuso'
also fanned. No runs, no hits, no
errors:
BOX SCORE

honon g
at the guard posts with Auer who
has also been out of the game with
a shoulder injury and Purdum do-
ing tackle duty. Hewitt and Dan-
iels again drew their regular end
positions.
backfield positions were drawn
by, the same quartet that started;
the scrimmage yesterday compos-
ed of Simrall, DeBaker, Tessmer,I
and Hudson. This combination
thus far seems to be the most
powerful that Kipke has put in the
field. The Freshmen were on the

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SFROOMS ON THE CAMPUS-719
LASS I F I E DOakland. 2 single, double, and
' -ADVERTISING a very desirable suite; well fur-
nished and heated; rent reason-
able. 456
NOTICE
BORDBYWEKorbysigl ROOMS for students and young
BOARD BY WEEK or by single1 business people. Newly decorated.
meal. Frau Kahn, 332 E. JP 76er- Mrs. Palm, 332 E. Jefferson.
son. Phone 7716. 4 Phone 7716. 456
DRESSMAKING AND ALTERING1 WASHTENAW AVE.-Have a fine
-Ladies' and Men's coats relined. apartment, electric refrigeration;
Evening gowns a specialty. 1133 will accept janitor service as part
White St. Phone 22020. 456 payment; preier U. of M. mar-
ried couple. Phone 3713 or 5792. 4
NO)TIC FoF'r Deon ndable Service

have for your
section a good
assortment of

ATHLETICS AB
Bishop, 2b .......2
Dykes, 3b........3
Cochrane, c......3
Simmons, if .....4
Foxx, lb ..........3
Miller, rf .........4
Haas, cf ..........4
Boley, ss .........4
Earnshaw, p.....3
Totals 30
CARDINALS AB
Douthit, cf ......4
Adams, 3b .......4
Frisch, 2b........4
Hottomley, lb ....4
Hafey, if.........4
Watkins, rf .......4
Mancuso, c .......3
Gelbert, ss .......3
Rhem, p .........1
Lindsay, p .......1
Johnson, p .......0
*Fisher ..........1
Totals 33

R H O A E

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k offensive and had difficulty in
perfecting their running and pass-
ing plays with the heavy Varsity
linemen consistently b r e a k i n g
I tlhrough the yearling forward wall
to smear the ball carrier. LaJeun-
esse suffered a slight injury and
was replaced by Douglas.
Al SiMnI LOA
Left fielder of the Philadelphia CINCINNATI--Cincinnati's RedsI
Athletics. In the first two games of and the St. Louis Cardinals are in-
the World Series Simmons has volved in a reported trade which
proved to be one of the batting would pass Red Lucas and Joe
stars. Stripp of the Queen City club. I
M NATURE GOLF
r 1A peningI

priced at

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wool hif hose

send Clothes to the,
MOE LAUNDRY
204 North Main Street
eCC
HOME COOKING -- Reasonable
rates by the week. 625 Forest
Ave. 4
WANTED
WANTED-Two experienced wait-
resses for part time work. Michi-
gamme Restaurant. 4
CLOTHING SALESMEN WANTED
-One with years of e=,perience
for part time and Saturdays.
Experienced only need apply.
Student preferred. The Fair. 345
WANTED-Students for observa-
tion who have had little or no de-
cay of their teeth. Compensation.
Apply to Dr. Philip Jay in Dental
Building. 34561

WARM, PLEASANT ROOMS-Sin-
gle and double shower. 2 blocks
from campus. Rent reasonable.
509 South Division. 456
FOR RENT-Nice, light, warm
front ,room. Double $6.00, single
$4.50. 724 S. Division. 456123
1506 PACKARD-Quiet room in
private home; steam heat and
other conveniences. Phone 23692.
234
SUITE for two men. Study, pri-
vate bath, bedroom. 220 South
Thayer, Apt. No. 2. 234
FOR RENT--Reduced prices. Rich-
ly furnished single rooms and
suites. Best location. 715 E.
Huron. 2345
SOUTHEAST SECTION - 5-room
apartment with garage. Call at
1301 Granger. 234,561
QUIET, single room near campus.
Shower bath. Phone 8394. 234

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Others from
0ne-fifty to Four-fifty

*Batted for Lindsay
Score by,innings:
St. Louis ...0 1 0 0 0

in the 7th.
0 0 0 0-11

COOKING JOB WANTED in fra-1 A
ternity or sorority. Formerly cook 2 LARG
in Marbruck Tea Shop. Phone Close t
Ypsi 708-J. FOR REN
WANTED-Roommate 'for sopho- steam.
more. Three dollars per week. Angell
420 Thompson St.34 Dial 67
ROOMS
WANTED-Sophomore medic for people
roommate. Call Beebe, 8994. 34 rooms.
WANTED-Part time salesman, St..
good pay. Apply Goldman Bros., 2 VERY
214 South State St. 23456

E ROOMS for students.
o campus. Phone 4329. 234
NT-Large first floor suite;
heat; showers; block from
Hall. 521 E. Jefferson.
68. 234
for students or business
also light housekeeping
Mrs. White, 1133 White
234
attractive rooms for men.
decorated; new beds; very
able rent. Phone 7019.
reenwood. 1X

Phila. ......2.0 2 2 0 0 0 0 x-6
Runs batted in-Cochrane, Foxx,
Watkins, Simmons, Miller, Dykes 2.
Two bast hits-Frisch, Foxx, Sim-
mons, Dykes. Home runs-Coch-
rane, Watkins. Stolen base-Frisch.
Sacrifice hit-Dykes. Struck out-
By Earnshaw 8; by Rhem 3; by
Lindsay 2; by Johnson 2. Bases on
balls--Off Rhem 2; off Earnshaw
1; off Johnson 2. Hits-Off Rhem
7 in 3 1-3 innings; off Lindsay 0 in
2 2-3 innings; off Johnson 0 in 2
innings. -Losing pitcher - Rhem.
Left on bases-St Louis 6, Phila-
,dephia 5. Umpires-Rigler (Na-
tional) at the plate; Geisel (Amer-
ican) at first; Reardon (National)
at second; Moriarity (American)
at third. Attendence-32,700.
SPEED BALL ENTRIES
Today is the last time that
teams may enter the Intramural
Department's speed ball taurney.
Entries should be made at the
Intramural Sports Building.

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Al96nder Inc.
9Jhe MIans Shop

WANTED-Tenor sax, trumpet, and
piano for dance orchestra. Mustt
be good. Phone 8651. 234
WANTED-Roommate. Newly dec-
orated warm room with fireplace.
702 E. Univresity, corner Monroe.
234
WANTED-Students bundle wash-
ing. All socks darned free. Will
call for and deliver. Call 2-3365.
123456(2)
xOR RENT
LARGE-Light front room. double

FOR RENT -Four-room unfur-
nished apartment, one and a
half blocks fromp campus. Oil
heat, frigidaire, soft water fur-
nished. Call 6937 or 5091. 123456
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Three evening gowns;
size 14-16; worn once; also paint-
ed face scarf. Phone 5003 before
noon. 45

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reasons
923 Gr

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or single, two blocks north of FOR SALE-Grape juice and sweet
campus. 114 Ingalls. Phone cider. Call R. E. Wagner. Phone
7437. 456 9534 or 2-2413. 123456
LARGE-Bright room and tower OIL EMERSIN MICROSCOP
room, suitable for lighthouse- Ood cERONICallSaftEi6
keeping; very reasonable. 555 good co dition. Call after 5
South Division.' 456 I P. M. 35 3. 345

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