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SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SPORTS PROSPECTS Follows Williams

PAGE THREE

As Commandant
SHOW 1HR AGERY!
All L~ast Year's 'Teami, But IGraff i tes
W1ill Relport 1For Practiice
Septlembler 1.
INELIGIBILITY FEARED J
WVith-sunmmer school and the fmnanc- .S\-- ~<

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NORTHERN UTILITIES
PLAN CONSOLIDATION
(By Associated PIress)
Lansing, June 26.-Several electric
lig;ht and power companies operating
in northern Michigan counties have
agreed to consolidate in a $2,000,000!.
corporation, according to an apPlica-

May Change Party
Convention, Dues

Classified Adcs
W ANiTI)

~I By Associated Press)
N :I -L vs sdctfrposit ion
I ND[A NAPOLIS, June 23.-- The na- -ai tdn o
in title and trust business. Addrcars
tional executive committee of the Na-1
tional Party will meet here July 3 to 603 Industrial Bank lluilding., Flint
conisider' a proposal to hold the annual 'ihg.tf
convenition in July instead of Decein- WNE - on n elh o

her,
vidlt
and1(

and( Lo chanige the ruies 1to pro-
for at memhershlpi fee of $8 yearly
an adcditionalI payment of fi fty

ing andI building of a stadium on handA
Michigan's athletic authorities have
not spent much time looking over the :
prospects for athletic teams duiring:
the coming year. In fact, the inros-gp h.
pects are so good that the most that >:
is being dlone is to hope that none of M
the men falls down who is now ell-
Bible, and that the few taking suns-
nzer school wvort: clear themselves~ c~"
scholastically.
Taking the various sports in tlv,
order in which they appear on tlhe
next year's calendar, football has
such a wealth of material that w'ith
the record Michigan has for making;
tie best of prospects, hopes are high.~
for a team not much below the
strength of last year. Michigan for ;xx
the past two years has been a defer-
live team built around forward pass- I
ing and kicking.° The comning year
may see a team that can add a running
and bucking game to its play.
Praictice Start , Sept. 16
Th~ere are some indications that, s
Friedman will not be called upon to
do all the passing for the coming
year, and that Gilbert may have sonme ~- ~ --.
help with the kicking, as well as that
Col . Cha rles Sand ersoni Hill, un til
Milchigan will carry more than a i' n nc nsaido e Mrn
threat in field goal kicking. ' rntyink a. 1 'ilandeohiah a ben
Until the coaches make up the list
order'ed to San iSDiego, Cal., there to
of those to be invited lack for prac-J
tice tk pte<ainn eiqihdb September 15 all the :straegth of hujteConalrlnuiedb
thesqud illno beknonbutArs- le cander S. Wt illiams, who was re-
thesqud wll iotbe now, bt pes-lievedi afterci.cha rges (of drunkennessI
ent indications are that most of the
men of last year's group whto did not Buwer. mColonelaint himby rig.atGSn.
graduate, will be there. Bte.ClnlJl evda a
Doyle Leaves Big Hole Diego fifteen years ago.

Ition for approval iled with the public cents a month.
utilities commission Tuesday. The Should t he executive committee
proposed merger would join the Mih-i vote favorably on the convention
- - (.liange, newx officers wvould be chosen
gan nunited Light and Power company, inext month, said .John Zahnd, national
the AWhite River Power' company. the p resi denit . Members of the commnitte,.
Moyne City Electric company, the jwill be permitted to vote by mail.
Bloyne City River Power companyI ---- ----- ~---- ---___
he Michigan Public Service company, jcia rgeS Of fraud iii connection withI
the Elk Electric company and thei his puiblic fasting performances, has
G irayliiig Electric company. :been rel easedl while the piolice invecsti-
The stock in the individual corn- gate chiarges that hie was fed with
paonies is held virtually by the saml chocolate cigarets.
persons. The names of the consolidat- ___-
ed corporatio~n would l)e the Michigan t The United States has been in t h'
Sinitedi Light andi Power company, ;I tact as at rubber-consuming nation by
Mortgage bonds in the amount of1 using 70 per cent of the world's rub-
$1,250,000 and 15,000 shares of no par I he production.
value conmmon stock would( be issued. - - ____ ___________________
Stockholdlers in the individual coms-
panics would trade their holdings for' West Wind Lending Library
Istock in the consolidlatedconcern. MAYNARD STREET
S-______ THE LATEST BOOKS for RENT
BERLIN (A.P.)-Kerr Jolly, chanip- H1-angmnan's House - lhon Byrne
ion faster, arrested recently oi

welighing IS1.50hounds or more to act
as blood d oness2at the University
1-ospital. :Apply at tbe HIouse
Phllysic°ian's Office. 7-S-9i-10-11-12
IFOR 11flENTI-At : 11I "Fhomipson, two
b~locks fronm cariiipii, reasollallw
priiced rooms. 1101 water all the
i ine(. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. ' N, ,.
11"01t RENT -_- Suite and itwo 01)a"ail-
m ents. it.24 ,. Jefferson. R R N - 7m- 3 7 n m~ o
St. As low as twxo dollars a week:
for a st udent. If' two in1 a suite
or raoom. H ot and cold uwater.
Best of furniture. Dial 6292. 7-h-9

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TYP'i\I .lT~sfor sa-le or rent.
Tvpewxriting dole. IHamilton Type-
s w'iiil ganBd 1'tier Shiop, ;tate and
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A corn Jilce line of best g rade °ossnet-
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Approved y l Jdercn tolo=g7 ts.
.kst! fd : te c-x- d- su~ed.li 1bernaii hay'
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Sil S tT I ANl). ,, c «ritsing sid Bookm-
kejli. cas:..,jnSI (commenced at
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conilditioni, 702 On tlaint Avye. D~ial
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c zns cabII t. 1lon'' (t>l :,. 8-y
l~l'I't I ~ 1t~ in connection
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tIs isto1,ica1 Ftatlhel )ri Mosque,
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FOlR IENT- -New
a partn icus.Verb
Wit to calmu,
Phlone 5929.

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CHUBB HOUSE
Has served students satisfactorily since 1 899
under the same management.
All welcome.

In basketball, thle material also is
more than plent iful, but the loss of lug str'engths of the frosh of several
Doyle at C'enter leaves a hole hard to 'years; and some of thlemi looked good
fill. The big Captain controlled the, as icllders. It one of the sever'alj
ball from the center in all of the tip- 11 itchin~g Proslied:t s delivers, the rest
offs last year and this factor alone i0o the- team should CDWoiea long as as
alw e th l c i a te m t c n c mat r o to r Ith such a spurt at the end of the 1
season.. His place in running the j --!/"lJt./.l l.////I
floor can be filled by a number of mien MICHIGAN PINS
as can the place of firm, lost by
graduation.% FOUNTAIN PENS
If the team is allowed to use the ! ALARM CLOCKS
same style of game it did at the end
of ts eseason last year, a high scoring I * *
combination is possible. The material fl MA L L EL R S
epmling up from the freshman .class
ts into this sort of a gamte as does STATE STREET 8oeo h aeilwihbem3J W L R
ineligible at the end of the first so-! 8
mester. There seems to be a possi- ,. z-~II, ol1 " ldJ/1
bility of a little better defense al -___________________
though the main defense of the last___________________
team was in its offense and its coni-
tro of theballgaromentell
trolan ofrhebal tset e
Swiminmng will be at least as good
or better than last year, depending;
t.o some extent u~pon flow one or two Typewriters
of the men come through with their "..eW..#.

w i

Study Lamps
of the better
kind, at prices
most reason-
able ---$2.95
to $7.00
THE DETROIT- EDISON
COMPANY

Li ~ IC , ter IO aZ"C (. ,
044"
June VIO
Whit' .
I~rcrd by~lrn~ aIh
S ~ o Y ~ d S c e ( L r O y E w a . t k a l - - ' - < - a ,
D:era d sc ntz:. ir uiin l b u

studies. If one or two who were not.,
eligible are present, Coach Mann will
h'ave little to worry about except con-
4dition and the proper kind of compe-
titiotn.
Track will have to wait until the
grades- of the past yeasr and the first
semester next year are in asid stand-
lugs determined. Ineligibility robbed
Coach Farm'ell of several good soph-
omores this year, something that hap-
pens infrequently on the track squad,
and it the ineligibles present therm-
selves next winter and spring, the
teamn will be strong again.
1istancO rmen and one weight manl
will come up from the freshman class, j
one or two of the runners giving
promise of starring. Most of the
strength of next year's team, however,
Will be from the regulars, ineligibles
ant the reserves of this year's squad.
13sebll has a problem of pitching
Mitt nothing else to worry Coach
Fisher. This year's freshman teanm
was considered to have the best batt-

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