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THE MICHIIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1949

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Joe May Quit Hospital;

Williams Homers

y ine Associate d ress a bulletin stating that the "length
BALTIMORE - Joe DiMaggio of the disability will be determined
probably will be discharged from by the results of the treatment."
Johns Hopkins Hospital today, but *
the New York Yankee centerfield- B
er will continue treatments for his sIp-l
sore heel as an out-patient. GLADEWATER, Tex. - Karl
The big slugger arrived at the Drews and Tom Ferrick allowed
hospital shortly before 2 a.m. His but five hits and the St. Louis
right heel, from which a bony Browns blanked the Gladewater
growth, or "spur," had been re- Bears of the Lone Star League 5-0
moved between seasons, was pain- yesterday for their sixth straight
ing. triumph.
He was examined by Dr. George . . .
A. Bennett, who had treated him Giants Rip Indians
several times before. KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-The New
Afterwards, the hospital issued York Giants figuratively murdered

Steve Gromek yesterday as they
pounded out a 16 to 6 victory over
the World Champion Cleveland
Indians,
Teddy Belts Three
HARTFORD, Conn.-Ted Wil-
liams delighted an overflow crowd
of 8,444 fans yesterday by belting
three home runs for the Boston
Red Sox as the American League
pennant contenders played a 10-10
tie exhibition with the National
League Champion Boston Braves.
The tall slugger had a perfect
day at bat as he singled and

walked on his other two trips to
the plate in the game which was
called because of darkness after
nine innings which lasted two
hours and 23 minutes.

* * *
Cardis Edge Cubs

Pirates Victorious
BIRMINGHAM, La.-The Pitts-
burgh Pirates yesterday out-
slugged the Birmingham Barons
of the Southern Association 10-7
in an exhibition game.
* * *
Yanks Tip Phillies
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Fred
Sanford became the fifth New
York Yankee pitcher to go a full
nine innings yesterday as the
American Leaguers turned back
the Terre Haute Phillies of the
Class B Three-I League, 10-4.

HOUSTON, Tex.-Catcher Joe
Garagiola drew a walk wth the
bases loaded in the last of the
thirteenth inning yesterday to
give the St. Louis Cardinals a 3
to 2 decision over the Chicago
Cubs.

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ADVEIRTISING

1.

LOST
and
FOUND

,i TRANSPORTATION
GOING to New York April 15 or 16. Will
take passenger to share expenses, Ph.
5224. })33T
FOR RENT
FEMALE graduate student has apart-
ment close to campus to share with
one girl. Call 2-1264 between 5 and
6:30 p.m. )20F
PLEASANT Room. Student or couple
willing to do odd job. Ph, 5224. 1106
Lincoln. )22F
FURNISHED home near Pinckney wvall-
able in Sept. Phone Yp-1 57 o con-
tact L. Walters, Mack & Mack Furni-
ture, Ypsi. )21F
For good accommodations
bring your overnight or
weekend guests to the
PIERCE TRANSIENT HOME
1133 E. Ann Phone 8144
5-ROOM HOUSE at Kansas University
in exchange for apt. or house in Ann
Arbor. Occupancy in June. Phone
Kloepper at 7622 before Friday. )19F

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All Seats Reserved Phone 6300
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FOR
SALE
1940 FORD Deluxe Convertible Coupe.
Fully Equipped. Call owner, 9050. )45
$70 WORTH of brand new classical rec-
ord albums for $30. Ph. 2-9850. )44
1941 PONTIAC, 4 door, heater, radio,
seat covers. Ph. H-11, Law Club. )41
MOTORCYCLE. '46 Norton, 500 cc displ.
Excellent condition, reasonable price.
Call 2-9882 afternoons and evenings.
)51
1948 CROSLEY Sta. Wgn. Perfect con-
dition. 8650. 1660 Monson Ct.. W.R.V.
Phone Ypsi 3560R12 after 5:30. )50
FEET SORE? Man's Aluminum bicycle
dependable transportation. Reason-
able. Call 'lom, 2-2181, after 7 p.m.)49
HOUSE TRAILE, 1946 Kozy Coach. 24
feet,,bottle gas, $1500. Selleck's Trail-
er Park, Ypsilanti. Call R. A. Bloom,
Ph.l 9282. )48
CAMERA Bargain--Like new Argus C-3
coaed f13.5 lens. Excellent for color.
Complete $55. Call Barney, 2-1122. )42
COMPLETE supply of golf equipment;
Bag Boy collapsible caddy carts.
Phone 2-2058. Johnny Malloy, Pro.
) 30B
BEST OFFER over $100 buys 1929 Model
A Ford. Excellent mechanical condi-
tion, with new battery and very good
tires. Inquire at 107 Tyler House, E.
Quad. )47
GREFATLY REDUCED Price-Real Bar-
Gain. Philco radio combination with
long player. Slightly used 1949 model.
Sale by owner. Ward's Record Shop,
1209 S. Univ. )46
EASTER SPECIALS!
Gabardine Sport Shirts ,Assorted Colors
Well Tailored. $3.99.
With zipper front, $4.99.
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington )8
FRENCH HORN
Conn, Double, F-B Flat
Guaranteed perfect condition.
Call Morgan at 2-2565
between 5 & 7 p.m. )43
IT'S A CRIME-I've outgrown my beau-
tiful $60 spring suit. Light tan her-
ringbone weave, 37 long, 2-piece.
Come take it away for $35. Phone
2-6605. )22
BABY PARAKEETS. Delightful, inex-
pensive Easter gifts. Also bird sup-
plies and cages. 562 S. Seventh. Ph.
5330.)4
FORD STATION
WAGON
1946, good running, very good-looking.
Private owner. $1175.00. Tel. 2-4287
after 6 p.m. )38
GIVE A RONSON for Easter! We have
a complete stock of table, pocket,
pencil, and combination lighters at
all prices.
CALKINS-FLETCHER
State St.
TUXEDO. double-breasted, 37. Never
worn. $25. 1984 Harding, Ypsi. 4331-W.
)36
1949 RENAULT Fordor, low mileage, 50
miles per gallon of gas, $1095. Dr.
Berger, 424 N. State, 2-1621. )34
FIRST IN QUALITY
TELEVISION
Franchise dealers for RCA, Motorola,
General Electric. and Stewart-War-
ner. Aero Radio Sales & Service.
Phone 4997.)7
2-WHEELED Tyson all-metal trailer
with canvas cover. Good condition.
Phone 25-0041. )40
FOR SALE-Tails, size 38, accessories
and shoes. Call 5054 after 5 p.m.
1940 DUO, 18 ft. Housetrailer. Must
sell. Best offer takes. Ph. 6293, 721 E.
Catherine. )52
REJUVENATED 33 Ford. Must sell, wife
allergic to high speeds. 555 Packard.j
)53
ONE Girl's Bike in great condition. Call
2-9237 after 7:00 and find out how
low tbe price. )54j
MEN'S Al-Wool Spring Suit. Light
grey with wine stripe. 36 Short. Like
New fo $20. Call 2-3662 after 6:30. )55
FOR SALE-33 Chev. Coupe, rumble
seat, $50. Carl Hanson, 215 Lloyd,
2-4401. )56
Before You Know It-It's Easter
We'll dress you from head to toe
for the big parade-
In the height of style.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State)2
STRAW HATS FOR SPRING
From $4.95. Asortment of colors.
COULSINS
on State St.
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RGEOUS COLOR
Settlement still
sh Colonies dur-

BUSINESS
SERVICES

EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE done on a
typewriters. Moseley Typewriter Co,
214 E. Washington. )23
SPEED-O-TYPING SERVICE -- Clea
neat. accurate. Phone 2-6441. Reas
onable rates (free pick-up and do
livery). _)34
EXPERIENCED teacher of piano. U.o
M. graduate has openings. Beginner
and advanced. Ph. 2-3944, 6-8 eve
nings. )36E
COUSINS -
Store on STATE STREET
We have a complete selection of
Quilliard Zephyroy Corduroy
Shorts $5.95; Skirts $8.95; and
Jackets $16.95. )
2 Day Service on Shirts
HOME QUALITY LAUNDRY
215 E. Washington Tel. 9035 )33
DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS
TAILORING
Orders Taken for
Any Type of Uniform
Reasonable Rates 2-2020
) 3E
UNFINISHED FURNITURE and cabine
work made to order. Student craft
men - student prices. Call 25-845
after 6 p.m. )35
FRAYED COLLARS
ARE OUT OF FASHION
Have yours turned for 50c at
TUCKAWAY HOUSE
E. Liberty at Maynard Phone 9582
Margaret Nickerson Martin )
LAUNDRY - Washing and/or ironing
Done in my own home. Have stretch
er for wool socks. Free pickup an
delivery. Phone 2-9020. )2
LEARN TO DANCE
JIMMIE HUNT DANCE STUDIOS
209 S. State St. Ph. 8161 )5
CUSTOM CLOTHES. Restyling. Alter
ations. Prompt service on all altera
tions. Hildegarde Shoppe. 109 E
Washington. Phone 2-4669. )4
ROOMS FOR RENT
PRIVATE ROOM for student. Close t
campus. Call 2-3445.
WEEKEND rooms available in prival
homes. Call Student Room Bureau
2-8827, 11:30-12, 6:30-7:00. )11
DOORS OPEN 1:15 P.M. Daily
Today
"A SONG IS BORN"
2:55-6:10-9:30
Plus
"KISS THE BLOOD
OFF MY HANDS"
1:30 - 4:50 - 8:05
---- FRIDAY!
SONJA HEN IE
The
COUNTESS
of MONTE CRISTO
- Plus! -
.Eat--lon f ims

BOOKS
MAKE your reading hours more plea
ant and informative by a book froi
our shelves. We have old books fro
private libraries, priced from Sc u
OVERBECK'S
1116 S. University)
WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT COUPLE will need apar
ment for summer term only. R.I
Storey, 2-3061. )ln
FURNISHED house or apartment f
summer session. Two women gradu
ate students, one five year old bo
References. Write Mrs. Kyle C. Moor
HR No. 7, Knoxville, Tennessee. )12N

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WANTED TO BUY
ANTED-Used Motorcycle, Harle
or Indian Chief. Art Meier, 2-31
WANTED TO BUY
IF IT FLOATS
WE'LL BUY IT.
4-man canoe. Call Dale, 4379.
HELP WANTE
ANTED - Part-time soda-foun
waitress. Hours 9:30 to 3:30.
nights or Sundays. S. S. Kresge
317 S. State.

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Purtdue First
Basebaill Foe
In Big 9 Play
HittimtgStil Gives
Fisher Worries
At three o'clock this afternoon
baseball coach Ray Fisher and
sixteen of his charges will board a
bus and embark for Lafayette, In-
diana where they will meet Pur-
due on Friday when they officially
start the 1949 baseball season.
The first series of Conference
games will find Michigan still
testing its strength. So far this
season, according to Fisher, it is
almost impossible to know what
can be expected of the Wolverines.
THE PITCHING staff, braced
by Dick Smith and Bill Taft, has
been the one real bright spot of
the spring training. The fielding
has been ordinary, no better and
no worse than the usual calibre of
Wolverine squad, but the hitting
has been woefully inadequate.
Lefty Hal Morrill is currently
turning in the best job of hitting
for the club, blasting three circuit
blows during the training trip.
Fisher is taking sixteen men
on the Purdue trip, including
five pitchers. The pitchers mak-
ing the trip are, Dick Smith,
Bill Taft, Dave Settle, Bob Hicks
and Bud Rankin.
Also going are infielders Hal
Morrill, Jack McDonald, Bill Buch-
olz, Ted Kobrin and Bob Wolff;
outfielders Willard Baker, Ted
Berce. Leo Koceski and Vic Fry-
ling. Captain Hal Raymond and
Pete Palmer will make up the
catching staff.
THE WOLVERINES will be
meeting a Purdue squad that is
very much the same as it was last
year. The Boilermaker outfield is
the same as last year but the in-
field positions of shortstop and
third base will be different.
Michigan will meet sturdy Mel-
vin Henson, the Number one Pur-
due pitcher. It was Henson who
last year struck out ten Wolverine
batsmen. In last year's series
Michigan and Purdue each won
one game with Art Dole pitching a
shutout in the opener for the Wol-
verines.

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CAMPUS CORSAGE SERVICE
Phone 2-7032

APRIL
15-16-Purdue at Lafayette.
18-Wayne at Ann Arbor.
22-23--Indiana at Ann Arbor.
26-Michigan State at Ann
Arbor.
27-Notre Dame at Ann Arbor.
29-30-Minnesota at Minnea-
polis,

MAY
2-Detroit at Detroit.
3-Western Michigan at Ann
Arbor.
4--Wayne at Detroit.
6-7-Illinois at Ann Arbor,
11-Detroit at Ann Arbor.
13-14-Ohio State at Colum-
bu, .Ohio.

COTTON SLIPS. Sanforized. Eyelet
trim. $1.79. Sizes 32-38. 9 to 17:
Randall's Specialty Shop, 306 S. State.
)10P
TO OUR MISSING SALESMAN - Am
hearing rumors that you've been
bothering couples in the Arb. Even
YOU can't interest THEM in a Royal
Portable Typewriter. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 1116 So. University.
)18
IT'S NO USE, JOE. I quit the Pyramid
Club. Found a better deal. It's Club
211, 211 So. State St. )33P
MRS. Emma E. Ramey of Ramey Beauty
Salon, 1031 East Ann, has just re-
ceived a certificate of award for ad-
vanced training in hair shaping,
taught by Mr. John Mueller, Dean of
American Studios of Hair Fashion,
Chicago, Illinois. She will shape your
hair for any type of style for $1.00.
) 32P

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COLLEGE BASEBALL
Western Michigan 5, Iowa4
Notre Dame 9, Cincinnati4
Hillsdale 30, Percy Janes 3.

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DO YOU KNOW ...Basketball
is the only major sport played in
the United States which is purely
of American origin? All other
sports are either direct importa-
tions from foreign lands, or are
hybrids.

AT THE STROKE
OF TWELVE

BOY & HIS DOG
NEWS

Coming
Sunday!

GLEN FORD
"Return of October"

won"

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36'
per day*

For only $9.50 a week you can enjoy seven
full days of solid eating pleasure. Yes, here is
a new plan that kicks the bottom out of high
meal prices and cuts your weekly food bill in
half! We call this money-saving plan Club 211.
Acting in the interests of the entire campus,
a representative cross-section of students is pro-
moting Club 211 so that you can now get max-
imum service and meal variety at a price so low
you'll wonder how it's possible.
Think of it!-for just $9.50 (almost half the
average student's weekly food expenditure)
Club 211 serves you 19 tempting meals a week.
You get three full meals a day - Monday

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What's more, additional price schedules have
been set up as follows:
NO BREAKFASTS . .. .. . .. . $8.50
NO WEEKENDS .. . .......$7.50
No Breakfasts or Weekends . $6.95
(Saturday & Sunday inclusive)
Club 211 is located at 211 South State Street.
This uniusual eating plan goes into effect April 18.
SPECIAL TRIAL OFFER: Typical Club 211
meals will be served at regular prices on Thurs., Fri.,
and Sat. of this week. Come in . .. try the menu
. . . prove it to yourself After you have been
thoroughly convinced that Club 211 offers you the
best food buy in town, then get your membership

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