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WrTHE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
urine Tennis Team Bows to Ohio State,.4 to 2

Washington Rallies
to Conquer Tigers;
Yanks Blank Chisox
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland ...003 300 000- 6 11 0
Boston ...... 000 000 000- 0 4 1
Brown and L. Sewell; MacFayden,
Weiland, Michaels and Tate.

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Washington.........
New York..........
Cleveland..........
Detroit .............
Philadelphia.......
St. Louis ............
Chicago...........
Boston ............. .

W L Pct.
19 5 .792
15 6 .714
18 10 .643
13 10 .565
11 12 .478
11 17 .393
6 18 .250
4 19 .211

Chicago.....000 000
New York .. .100 000
Jones and Grube;
Dickey.

000- 0
41x- 6
Pipgras

4 11
9 1
and

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Detroit ......102 010 000- 4 8 1
Washington .101 000 04x- 6 5 0
Uhle, Hogsett and Ruel; L. Brown,
Burke, Marberry, and Berg.
St. Louis ....000 000 000- 0 4 0
Philadelphia 101 001 00x- 3 7 0
Hadley, Hebert and R. Ferrell;,
Grove any Cochrane.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston ......200 300 002- 7 11 2
Chicago.....120 002 001- 6 10 2
W. Brown, Frankhouse, Seibold,
Brandt, and Hargrave; Grimes and
Hartnett.

Chicago .............
Boston ..............
Cincinnati...........
St. Louis...........
Philadelphia. .
Brooklyn..........
New York..........
Pittsburgh.........

W L Pct.
18 8 .692
15 9 .625
16 14 .533
14 14 .500
12 14 .462
10 14 .417
8 12 .400
7 15 .318

Dennison, Ohio Net Star, Tells -
of Chance Against British. the point made by Ryan on Friday
when he said that Vines, taking
by Fred A. Huber his first trip to Europe, would prob-
ably not appear to such great
That the United States Davis Cup advantage.
team should go to England as soon Cochet to hear French Iopes.
as possible after winning the zone
title was stressed by Carl Dennison, Dennison,: claiming that he was
star Ohio State tennis player, in unacquainted with any members of
an interview yesterday afternoon. the British team, refused to make
Dennison reiterated the state- any predictions concerning the out-
ment made previously by Colby com of the Inter-zone final. How-
Ryan that the American net squad ever he stated that France would
should experience no difficulty in find keen competition as he doesn't
qualifying for the Inter-zone match, believe that either LaCoste or Boro-
and that England would be the tra will compete. Henri Cochet will
probable opponent. have to bear the burden of winning
three points for the cup defenders.
Early Departure Necessary. Another point stressed by the
"The necessity for an early de- visiting tennis star was the fact
Thenecssiy fr a ealy c~that Frank Shields failure to ob-
parture is the fact that a sea voy- srv training rules are making him
age is always unsettling to a tennis an ue'rain tenn i aer. Vi ,
player, and the arrival in a foreign anuncertain tennis player. Vines,
land means that ti-i men must he said, is the outsLtanding man.
acclimate themselves toa different His best stroke is a high forehand
of food and dinin water, shot," stated Dennison.
type oHe differed from Colby Ryan by
well as to weather conditions they sang that he had burn singularly
may be unaccustomed to." utnpresse haby icon splying of
That this method had been suc- unimpressed by tll.playingof
cessful according to Dennison was
proven by the fact that the French
team always arrived in America
quite a bit before the National T Y P E W R I T I N G
tournament. By entering several M I M E 0 G R A P H I N G
tourneys of lesser importance the Frcmply nd. n_ ty dc n i
invaders were able to become thor- our o shop by etent
oughly accustomed to American operators et moderm rates.
conditions. Q D. M O R R I LL
These statements further stressed 1 . S , ]G.inArbor.
NM

Philadelphia 100 201 011-- 6 13
St. Louis . .. .210 103 00x- 7 15
Benge and McCurdy; Dean,
Johnson and Mancuso.

3
1
Sy

Cincinnati ..001 200 20x- 5 15 1
Brooklyn . . . .010 002 000- 3 9 0
Clark, Thurston and Lopez; Car-
roll and Lombardi.
New York at Pittsburgh; no game
on account of rain.

Jayvee Golfers Win
Match With Freshmen
Michigan's Junior varsity golf
team won an easy victory over the
freshman squad 261/2 to 3%/2 in a
match held over the University
course, yesterday afternoon. As each
team had only seven players only
three foursomes were held. Hand,
Field, Root, and Montague won all
three points in the singles matches.
John and Don Howard and Love-
land each won their twosome play
by a 2 to 1 score.'
HOUSE FOR RENT-Furnished or
unfurnished. 1324 Olivia. Avail-
able June 1. 614c
AN UNUSALLY desirable office for
attorney, doctor, dentist,, or engi-
neer. Now available in First Na-
tional Bank Bldg. For informa-
tion call bank office. 560c

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NOTICE
BRAND NEW 1932 PLYMOUTHS-
Just received shipment of all cur-
rent models, coaches, sedans,
coupes. We will sell these at bar-
gain prices. Regular new car
warranty and service policy.
Associated Motor Services 311 W.
Huron. 22001. 611c
WANTED
SALESPEOPLE WANTED-Male or
female; full or part time; com-
mission; call or write Hydrox
Chemical Co., 225 W. Huron
Street, Chicago. 6451
WANTED-Position by experienced
white cook in fraternity or sor-
ority next fall. Call 6112. 638
TYPING-Grad. theses a specialty.
M. V. Hartsuff. 9087.
526c
WANTED-Used bailing machine,
hand power, to make bale about
30 by 16 by 1 to 30 inch. Call
2-3833 between 6 and 7 p. m. or
between 12 and 1 p. m. 633
LAUNDRY - Soft water. 21044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 271c
FOR RENT
HIGH GRADE SUBURBAN HOME.
Large grounds, shade, fruit, and
garden. Two full baths. Will ac-
commodate one large or two
small families. Ideal for faculty
family. Price less than $6,000.00.
Phone 21405. 639

SUBURBAN HOUSES FOR RENT-
1V4 miles from campus. neat,
clean, modern, 5 and 6 room
houses, $35 to $50. E. E. Calkins.
Phone 7254. 632
FOR RENT-Clean apartment for
4. Well furnished in walnut and
mahogany. Frigidair. Phone 3403.
640
FOR RENT-Rooms for men, sum-
mer session. Ideally located fra-
ternity. Call Remsen or McGuire
at 23174. 641
FOR SALE
BAUSCH LOMB BINOCULAR re-
search microscope with Abbe con-
denser. Call 9630. 609c
FOR SALE-May Festival ticket.
First row balcony. Call 21052
evening or Sunday morning.
642

LOST

LOST-Long string of small pearls
with a gold clasp. Finder please
call 9758. 636
LOST-Philosophy text and leather
notebook. Bleachers, Ferry Field
on Friday. Finder please call
8483. 644
FOUND
FOUND on Monroe St. near Law
Library, crystal ear ring. Apply
at Law Library desk. 643

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