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Work of Big Men Most Interesting in
Yesterday's Contests. ,1
The heavyweights afforded the most
entertaining event of the Tuesday
wrestling match, the big men strug-
gling over half an hour for a fall.
Morse, who weighed in at 180, was the
victim of Peterson, who balanced the
scales at about the same weight. Dur-
ing this match Morse became ill and
time was taken out, but he gamely re-
sumed the match and the wrestlers
stayed on the mat exactly 32 minutes.
In the 158 pound bout Kohler and
ks Edie worked 22 minutes before the
latter succeeded in pinning tohler's
shoulders to the mat. The lightweight
s contest lasted 16 minutes, Tape throw
ing K. Tonouchy. Combs downed Bos-
berry in the 145 pound class in 3 min-
utes. Robinson and Bleich acted as
officials.

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CLASSIFIED ADI
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Advertising matter for these
columns may be left at the
DAILY office, opposite the Ma-
jestic from 12 noon to 10 p. m.,
or at The University Pharmacy,
1291 S. University Ave.,Van Dor-
en's Pharmacy, Packard Street,
The Brown Drug Store, Main
Street, and Quarry's, on State
Street, any time up till 8:30 p.m.
for next morning's issue.
These ads bring results.

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5 S. Main St.

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Tablets
Note size 10c
Letter size 15c

Schairer Co.
STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
1 12 S. Main Street

STATE BOARD CONSIDERS
BEQUEST FOR MONOPLANE
The Military Board of the state of
Michigan will meet today in Saginaw,
at which time a final answer will be
given to George W. McKay, '12 dent,
who applied to the board for the pur-
chase of a monoplane to be used in
connection with the National Guard
manoeuvers.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
March 28.-Lyman H. Howe's moving
pictures at University hall, 8 p. m.
March 28.-Membership dinner at the
Michigan Union, 5:30 p. m.
March 28.-"Le Monde ou l'on S'ennu-
ie," annual French play at Whitney
theater, 8 p. m.
March 29.-Women's Annual Banquet
at Barbour gym.
Make money during vacation. Your
spare time during the summer will
yield large profits to hustlers. Every
home a possible purchaser. For infor-
mation call H. C. Rummell, phone 775-
L or Floyd L. Young, phone 979-L.
127
The Michigan Daily finds lost money.
Read Daily classified ads.
Did you lose $3.00? Read Daily clas-
sified ads. 127
Latest things in programs at the
Ann Arbor Press. 127
Have your prints made on the paper
best suited to the negatives with the
same care that has made a reputation.
-Lyndon. 117 eod tf
College Inn, the original hamburg-
er.R It is Elmer's place. The cleanest
and best hamberger lunch room. We
serve the best of everything. Lunches
delivered from 5 p. m. to 2 a. m. Phone.
1078-L. tf
Wholesale food and good cooking at
Burbank and Stuart, 513 S. Division,
J $3.00 per week in advance. 124-129

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FOUND
Found-Three dollars in cash. The
honest injun owner may have same
less the price of this ad by proving
up at the Daily office between 1 and
2 p. m 127-128
The Michigan Daily finds the owners'
of lost articles. tf
WANTED.
Wanted-Laundry to wash at 1118
Catherine St. We do good work.
Try us. 124-28
Wanted-Reasonable book binding of
all kinds. George Dengler, 200 S.
Main. 121 tf
FORB SALE
For Sale-Silver Mellophone (French
Alto Horn) with four crooks and
case. Complete for band or orches-
tra. Pyle 326 12th St. 849-L. 127-8-9
For Sale-$30 Howard mandolin and
leather case, both practically new,
for sale cheap. Address "Q," care
of Daily. 127
LOST
Lost-Small black purse containing
money and keys. Please return to
1112 Washtenaw Ave. Reward. 127
Lost-Black note book with names
Hinton and Roach on'first leaf, con-
taining important notes. Liberal re-
ward for return to this office. 127-8-9
For Rent-Fraternity house for rent.
I have a splendid well located 20-
room house I will rent on a long
lease on very liberal terms. P. 0.
Box 56, Ann Arbor, Mich. 126-7-8
Leave your want ads at The East
University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every'
night for the next morning's issue. tf
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
Right now is the time to have your
carpet made into rugs before our
rush season. Home phone 176 Ann Ar-
bor Fluff Rug Co. 125-7-9-31
Don't pay goodmoney for films and
then let someone experiment with
them. Take them to Lyndon instead.
117 eod tf

Cash Meat Marke
109 EAST ANN STRI
Just North .1 Court House
We handle all home killed meats

young men

when they wani
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S new stock of
amer Woolens
Choice Every Way
Dtroit Mich,

Below you will find a fof.: My 4rh
Home Rendered Lard per pound 1234C
Home Made Sausage ioc
Home Made Breakfast Sausage Small 12
Home Made Hamburger Steak roc
Home Made Liver Sausage and Head C
Prime Ribs Whole r4c Prime Shoulder
Boiling Beef 7c and 8c SirloinBeef i
Pork Chops I5C
Order early and avoid the rush
Beli Phone 080

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March winds
skin and

bring rough

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Prevent the roughness by
using
DERMAL CREAM & ROSE
& ALMOND COLD CREAM

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Rowe's Laundry couLD
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406 Detroit St. We have
THOMAS ROWE Prop.
Bell Phone 457 1219 . U.'io

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SPECIAL NOTICE
We have a large assortment of small musical goods which we will place
on sale at once at reduced prices: Mandolins, Guitars, Violins, Mouth
Organs, etc. One thousand copies of Yellow and Blue at *5C per copy
during this week only, 2 copies for 25c.
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 Liberty Street

"Hamburger Daffydill" No.9
If the Catsup works over time how
much would the Coffee-"Urn?"

Orders!

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Michigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
jewelry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alarms $1.00
Your Patronage is Well Cared for Here

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Come in and see our 1912
SPALDING BASE BALL AND.
- GOLF GOODS

We have their full line of wollens and fash
would like to show y4t. We'll measure you c
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Songs and Song Cycles
arrie J. Bond

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308-310-312SOUTH MAINt

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Punching
Bags all Styles

215 South

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SHIRTS SPRING

SHIRTS

Gibson Mandoins

Soft and Starched Cuffs
with Collars to Match
TINKER :& 'COMPANY
Furnishers end Hatters
342 SOVTJM STATE STREET

The .Ideal Resi
709 North UnIver5
At The Ideal Restaurant you will 5
Service with Reasonable Prices, while
dishes of French and American receipts.
this1 city.
We can board you for $4.00 per week or $15
Our Motto, "Pure Food, Educated Cooks, S

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