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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Jack And Max Mix Mitts-But Which Is Jack?

MAJOR LEAGUE
STAN DINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Collegiate Sorosis Takes Cup
For All-Around Athletic Ability
Intramural honors in the women's follows: . fall archery, Columbia
division of Michigan athletics goes round-Helen De Witt, handicap
to Collegiate Sorosis for the 1932-33 tournament, Ruth Kurtz; ping-pong,
season. The All-Participation Cup, Jane Reed; rifle, advanced, Patricia
awarded for participation and vic- Woodward; beginners, Sarah Turn-
tories during the year will be award-
ed to the winners, who led other bull; badmnlinton, Beatrice MassIman;

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PlIiladelphia........
Washington
Cleveland ...........
Chicago .............
D 'troit ..............
St. Louis ............
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Chicago, 11-15-1, Jones
Grube; Detroit, 6---13--2, Bri
and iaVworth.
Boston, 5-7--2, Brown and
cii; Washington, 8--12 --1; WIa
tilI and Sewell.
Philadelphia, 11--11 -2; Wal
amd Cochrane; New York, 17-18
Brennan and Jorgens.
Cleveland, 5--13--5, Iludlin
Fytlak; St. Louis, 8-15-2, He
and Shea.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

houses by 100 points.
Sorosis g arnered 795 points, with
94. per ccnt participation in the
year's activities. A championship in
baseball and archery golf helped to
raise the score.
Chi Omega Second

--Associated Press Photo
Can you pick the old Manassa Mauler as he spars with Max
Schmeling at his Lake Swannaga, N. Y., training camp preparing the
German boy for his go with Max Baer at Yankee Stadium June 8?
You're right, he's on the left here.

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

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Chi Omega, with a swimming title
berg for the third consecutive year:, came
-1, in second, with 695 points, and 65
per cent p3articipation. Delta Zeta
and was third, having a participation
bert score of 61 per cent, and 435 points.
The other major sports titles besides
baseball go to Helen Newberry, for
the hockey championship, and the
.6Independents for the basketball tour-
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.590 Individual titles are awarded as
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spring archery, Columbia round,
Beatrice Olmstead, handicap, Emo-
gene Griecus; howling, Genevieve
Lawson; golf, advanced, Jane Cissel,
beginners, Mary Bursley.
The finals of the spring tennis
tournament will be played off this
morning at 10 o'clock. Beatrice
Massman and Doris Chrisman will be
the contestants for the last of the
titles to be won this year.
Fraternity Rooms
Summer Session
3 MINUTES FROM CAMPUS
Telephone 4518
UNGS WATER
PURE. Keep a bottle at the sum-

BAER IN SHAPE
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., June 3.-
(IP'-If Max Baer fails to whip Max
Schmeling in the Yankee Stadium
next Thursday night he'll have no
alibis on the score of physical con-
dition.
The big Californian, training seri-
ously for perhaps the first time in

his life, has worked himself into the
finest condition of his career. At the
close of a brief workout yesterday.
Baer scaled 210 pounds, only a
couple of pounds more than he ex-
pcets to weigh the night of the fight.
He hasn't suffered a single cut or in-
jury and extreme caution is being
exercised to see that none develops
in the last few days of training.

Philadelphia ..........14 29
St. Louis, 6-11-0, Mooney
Wilson; Chicago, 8-12-2, War
and Hartnett.
Brooklyn, 1-6-1, Mungo and
pez; Boston, 3-10-0, Zachery
Hogan. Brooklyn, 4-8-1, Thur
and Outen; Boston, 2-10-1, 1
and Hogan.
Cincinnati, 9-16--1, Rixey
Lombardi; Pittsburgh, 5 - 9
French, and Padden.

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mer cottage in the ice box at all times for the children. Packed in
cases of six 2-quart bottle. Also 5-gallon bottles for the office.
PHONE 8270 FOR QUICK SERVICE
We can also supply you with chemically pure distilled water.
ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.
416 West Huron Phone 8270

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Offers you a rare opportunity to save real money on Footwear

WHITE BUCK
BROWN or GREY BUCK
$5.00, $6.00,$8.00 values now at
Over 30 styles to selet from'

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WOMEN'S
NEW SPRING SHOES
We must greatly reduce our large stock before
college closes. Here are prices that sure do the
work. Whites, Browns, Blacks and Two Tones
for Street, Dress, or Sport wear.

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$3.89

$4.89

$5.89

Values $5.00 to $10.00 - BUY NOW

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FORCED TO CUT DOWN OUR HEAVY STOCK BEFORE COLLEGE CLOSES
You will not see such low prices in many years -- Buy 2 or 3 Pairs

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CAMPUS BOOTERY

304 SOUTH
STATE STREET

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Panama Hats
Panama Hats that are treated
right are cleaned and blocked
on special equipment. We have
such equipment and men espe-
cially trained in cleaning this
style of hat.
Phone 2-3231

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Have any of your garments cleaned and pressed with us, purchase a mothproof
bag, have the garments insured at your own valuation and we'll store them FREE.

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