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FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1945

THlE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

IMajor* League Standings..
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
TEAMS W L Pct. GB TEAMS W L Pct. GB
Chicago ..........74 40 .649 .. Detroit ...........58 48 .586..
St. Louis ..,.......70 47 .598 51/ Washington......67 49 .578 1
Brooklyn .........63 52 .548 11/
*New York ........ 64 54 .542 12 Chicago . ........ 60 55 .522 7
Pittsburgh ........63 58 '.521 14/ St. Louis .........59 55 .518 8
Boston ........... 54 66 .450 23 New York........ 56 55 .505 91=
Cincinnati........ 45 70 ,391 291/ Cleveland......... 58 57 .504 9 t/
Philadelphia ..,.... 35 81 .302 40 Boston.......... 55 63 .466 14
*Does not include night game. Philadelphia ...... 36 77 .319 302%
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESULT
Pittsburgh 6, Cincinnati 2. Detroit 4, Philadelphia 3.
Michigan Will Open 50th Conference Grid Season
When the Hoosiers from Indiana U. lead the field in this department.
journey to Ann Arbor on September Considering the fact that the Wol-
22 to meet Michigan on the gridiron, verines were not in the Conference
the Western Conference will begin from 1908 to 1917, this is quite an ac-
its 50th football, season. complishment.
Strangely enough the first chain- Minnesota is close behind with 13
pionship was won by the University championships while -Illinois has
of Chicago 'way back in 1896. Since eight, and Ohio State and Chicago
then Michigan has taken 14 titles to each have won seven.
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HOUSEMAAES

You Can Always Depend Upon
SM4 ITH CATEING
FOR COMPLETE SERVICE
3 PRIVATE DINING ROOMS
TO SERVE YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS
We serve private parties, picnics, banquets, wed-
dings and yeas. We make -all kinds of canapes, home-
made rolls, pies, and cakes.
Complete line of dishes, silverware, chairs and
tables, and punch sets for our catering service. Out
of town students, you might remember us when your
mother and father visit you.
For Reservations: Phone 2-5613
SITH CATERING "SERVICE
834 Green Street

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FOR THE
FINEST DINNERS
to a Congenial
atmosphere.
SU GAR
BOWL
109 SOUTH MAIN
DROP IN
AFTER THlE DANCE
OR SHOW

Merry have we mnet,
Merry have we been,
Merry will we part,
And merry smeet again.

BREAKFAST
LUNCH
Deliciouas Hamburgers
5:30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M.
WHITE FRONT
RESTAURANT

GOOD FOOD

Let us help you with your plaus
to bright your fraternity or
sorority house 0 0

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SNAPPY SERVICE - CONVENIENTLY LOCATED

We will also be glad to aid you
in obtaining a reliable contractor.

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GEORGE'S PLACE

1104 South University jf-

PON4TIAC VAi WCc~iANY

Dancing Nightly except Monday
SUBWAY COFFEE SHOP

STUDENTS!!1
Eat well-balanced
wholesome meals
at the
MAYFLOWER
MAYFLOWER
RESTAU RANT
307 South Main
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OUR
THREE-STAR
PROGRAM
FOR SUCCESS
* Service
" Quality
* Satisfaction
APPROVED BY
MICHIGAN STUDENTS
EATMORE
RESTAU RANT
114, East Huron

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the Parrot
For Good Foodl

...and...
SUPERB SERVICE
Eat at
LEO PING'S
808 South* State

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*Fountain

Reasonable Prices
7:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.'

Service

*Sandwiches

LUNCH 11:00-2:00

*Salads

DINNER .

5:00-7:30

Closed .Sundays

SNAPPY SERVICE
AT ALL TIMES

the Parrot

WiT"tham's Drug
South U. at Forest

338 South State

FOR FUN

- BICYCLE

For the best tiu e ever-go bicycling this week-end.
Pack a lunch in your basket and madke it an all-day
affair. Here's your chance to relax from mid-semes-
ter bluebooks, and to enjoy .Ann Arbor's level roads.

Eat at the TAVERN CAFETERIA
OPEN: 1 1:00 A.M. TO 1:30 P.M... . . 5 P.M. TO 7:00 P.M.
KNOWN FOR ELICIOUS
DELICIOUS LUNCHES and DINNERS
MEALS MEET AND EAT AT THE
youll IDEAL RESTAURANT
117 East Washington Street
rem erm be r________________ _____
at the League a
Cafeteria and TRYG
Di n ing Room.: AT-
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Rates:

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25c an Hour
All Day till6 P.M. -$ 1.00
s . . . . . 5Ocan Hour
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burgers and French Fries.

Three Speed;
Tandems for

Wrekda..s: Open 5 P.M. to I A.M.
Sundays: Open i12 to 8:30 P.M.

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