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(Continued from Page Six)
42 feet 4 inches. There may be oth-
er good shot putters entered from
outside the Conference cireles but it
is likely that if Vail Orden throws thej
weight as. well as he has the last week
he will take first place. "Yarnie's"
best throw of the year is 44 feet 2 3-4
inches. Hindes, who has made over
41 feet, has a slight chance of placing
this afternoons
.elay 'eam Weak ened
Although Farrell did not want the
repprts of the times of the trial relays
announced before the carnival it is
;,safe to .nnounce his statement that
he has the best four mile team in Is-.
.bell, Davis, Bowen and Griffiin that he
has eyer taken. to a meet and that if
hey ran as wel in the meet as they.
did in the trials, they would surelyl
win. However, Thursday, Griffin was
taken 'ill and Rearick was forced to
take his place. Arndt, who placed fifth
in the trials was also ill so thatRear-
ick who took sixth spice went along
in Griffn's place. Whether this change
will 'seriously weaken this team re-
mains to be seen, for inx Isbell,. Davis,
and Boen, Coach Farrell has as three
good milers as he could wish for.
The :mile' nd two mile teams are
od, but w ether or not they wil
place is problematical. The two mile
team is perhaps the stronger of the
two. Reinke and Hattendorff are up
,rnong the top-notclhers,, in the half
mile and if Cushing and Marsh do their -
best it is likely that their final time
will be fast, .
Martin is by far the best man in the'
mile team and is orie of the best dash
men that Michigan has ever had.
Thomas and Joyner tied for second ine
the trials and are strung runners. Cap-
tain Burke is a powerful sprinter and t
will show up better in competitionI
than in practice. t
: .M A VE

Coach Farrell expectsmuch com-
petition .from Iowaa, WVtisconsin, Chica-
go, Kansas, Purdue, Nebraska, Notre
Dame, and Kansas Aggies who have
strong relay teams.
Wo1lerihcai in half Mile
It is likely that Coach Farrell will?
enter Reinke or Ilattendorff in the 880
or 1,000 yard runs. If he does it is
possible that he will gain another first;
place as these men can hold their
own with any in these distances. es-
,pecially Reinke, who is holder of the

Rolly .Williams antd Gustave Teibell
are among the candidates for the out-
The team will leave for its southern
training trip April 5. It will compete
with leading southern college teams,
the trip ending April 44.

SMiller, Highland Park, was the out- Library Buys IPlototypic Plates If you don't know where you lose
standing star of the. afternoon, win- A collection of 150 phototypic tie article, never nitd, a "llaily Clas-
fing the 40 and 100 yard free styles I plates, entitled "La Guerre", has been sified Ad" will find it for, you.-Adv.
and swimming a pretty lap in the re- purchased on the income of the fund
lay which was won by Ann Arbor. I of $1,000 presented to the University ~ .
Miller just failing to cut down the I library, for the purchase of books on GOLD and SILVER PENCILS
three yard lead given the Purple. the Wolrd War, by the class o 1920 '- >I
S t wrgof the Literary college. Ixnventqry eI
Start the new semester' right. A,
Remington. Portable will help. Just The way to rent a room i with 8
call 1128-J.-Adv. Try a Clasified Ad-it pays.--Adv.

WEakness in Pitcher's Postion Seems
Only Dfficulty For

IConference indoor title in the alf, WILLIAMS AND T BEL AMONG j 1XI7A'G JI1JJ1 I
mile with a time of 1:56 4-5. THOSE PRESENT ONCE MORE! . ll lfl Ill I
McKeown, _ Kansas State Normal,
with an indoor leap of 12 feet 10 inch- Madison, Wis., Mar. 2--While it is In the old days Michigan had many _ -
es in the pole vault, will prove an still early for predictions regardng -
abundance of competition for Prosser Wisconsin's possibilities in baseballssched-
and Brooker who have not done better the indications are that the Badgers ule which, often times, gave her pret- L t
than 12 feet 2 inches this season.H ow- ; will have a strong nine when Big ty tough games. An example of this (
ever, these men have an excellent Ten competition opens this spring. ; is the two games played with Beloit1V
chance for second and third places. Daily practices started at the be- college, in Wisconsin, in 1899, when
The outcome of the high jump is ginning of the semester and the var- Michigan won the first, 4-3 and in the =
problematical as there are some six sity squad is progressing steadily in second game when Beloit reversedCanfield-l arch V
or seven men who are of about the its preparation for the coming sea- the tables and beat the WolverinesJJ.°
same calibre, entered. Platten and son. Eby the same score 4-3. 1= ..-
Donahue of Wisconsin, Campbell o" A lrge amount of good material! -Ha imi GJlarland - -Mi ch 2
Minnesota, and Russell of Chicago, has brightened Wisconsin's hopes con- Annapolis has met Michigan four= "
Swill be among the six foot jumpers siderably, a shortage in pitchers be- times in tennis meets. Of these Mich- Alfred°__
that MacEllven and Smith will have ing the only stumbling block encount- igan has won three, and tied the oth =A rreyrbourg - -r
to face. MacEllven looks better than ered as yet. Many are trying out fort er, with a total of 14-6 points.
Smith at this time although both have the hurling positions, but at presentUdoA ca n f ie tmn n "Whimsies"
cleared siz feet one inch. MacEliven no one has been found who seems In 1904 Michigan played her only jerAuspices o ssoC aton ofnUmersty Women and "Whimsis"
has made this height consistently dur- capable of filling the box. football game with West Virginia win-
ing the past week and should do this Among the men who are being de- ning 130-0. This is the one time that1s
or- moreat Urbana.v velopedfor the position are Jerome the two schools have ever met in 2$L2C5etsforuu seriesior
Wittman will have to face a host ickford and .William .Johnson "vhc athletics. - U 1 IL tJ . 0 .n . or
of first class dash men and his chances have tried out as pitchers in formei- .
of placing will rest on the men that he years. Coach Guy Lowman is also Loc ' Tank - Sigle Adission 5OC and 75C.
draws in his heats: working on a half dozen other pro- L c re
--.ne itspects for the mound. M en Lose Anther on Sale at Graham's and Wahr's -
IDeaths (Art number lrths W i th the exception ,of the problemI_- : ;
of finding suitable pitchers, the pos- _
eahs iut nmbr thedateths sibilities for a strong nine are ex- Highland Park high school swimi - NW
12 per cent according to the records y ellent. Beeiher, Kellum, and Asch- mers defeated the tank men of Ann -
at the city recorder's office. Toere enbrenner are three likely catchers of Arbor high school in the local Y M. 8:00 P. M.
haebe 0 itsad17dah. last year's s uad, while the infield C. A. pool esterdlay afternoon by a±r 'OP "
have b-----7- will be practically the same as last 30 to 29 score. The meet was hot-
Ralph Worker, '4E, isits Ifere year's. Pollock, Skaife, and Comback- ly contested from start to finish, nev-
Ralph F.Barker 'E Vsi erten- er are among the men who are agair er more than six points separating the
ent of the American Smelting and flllllllllillllllllIllf lllillllllllllliF IIf

Refinng plant at Tacoma, Washing- I
ton, has been visiting his father, Fred
Barker of Elm street for the past
hree days.





bn a ebarge fo .;r fiatday, 6 ,Minmum t thL ,&2tQ ~Three
cd'iats pig wrrd p.,day teharge®d. White ep ecarged ftr at i-ate
of:0 yv Is at~e Ua. Classiedt, harged only ,o ~having phone.
1MM ; mes: r +r st t .' U rn. w out coatract, psid In advctance.



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Daily Office: GW, KD, LEB,18, CS, . Seniors and Juniors School of
CBS, .LCS, RHB, FMM, CAF, ECP. . Commerce
EWe are seeking to strengthen out
.F RIE1NT organization with college men and
FOR RENT-Light and pleasant front women who have a knowledge , of
double .,and single room, second trBookkeeping or Accounting. We are
floor. Cheap. Students, business or a National organization and offer ei-
working men or women. 923 Green- ther permanent or vacation period
wood Ave. 110-2 work in your home locality to those
who are interested. Good money
FOR RENT-First floor housekeei5- right from the start with opportuni-
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One block from campus. 1317-R. those who qualify. For information
203 S. Thayer. 110-2 write now, to
U. S. A. Corporation, 504 Benoist
FOR RENT-Large front room threes Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 110-21

blocks from campus Single or
double. 119 N. Thayer St. Phone
71-J. - . 110-2
FOR RENT-Suite and single room
in .private .-home. Instructor and
wife, or upperclassmen preferred.
FOR RENT-Comfortable .room for
two. Five minutes from campus.
Very reasonable. 409-J. 523 Mack
Road. 110-2.
FOR RENT-2 single rooms, steam
heat, near campus. 812 E. Wash-
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FOR RENT-Large front room to
couple or ladies. 33 E. Huron.
2895-M. 109-a
BOARD-For 2 or 3 more boys. No
breakfast or Sunday meal. 481-M.
807 E. Washington. 109-2

If you want to try the selling game
spring vacation see H. J. Leader.
622 E. Liberty. Phone 3221-J across
from Speddings Studio. 109-50
work. Guaranteed service. Silk
shirts a specialty. Hing Lee's 121
E. Ann. 105-6
R'JGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
.. 76-21
LOST-Gray knit sweater belt, on
Liberty or in Lyndon Shop. Return
to Lyndon Shop. Reward. 110
LOST-Gray's "New Manual of Bot-
any", seventh edition. Muriel Ray.
Phone 2949. Reward. 110-2
LOST-Green gold bar pin on cam-
pus Thursday morning. Call 975-R3
Reward. 110
LEATHER NOTE-BOOK in room 401.
West Hall. Finder call 3127-J.
LOST-Small open thin cased watch
with "M" fob. Call 968-R. 109-2
.WANTED-Theses, notes, etc., by ex-
pert typist. Reasonable rates and
prompt service. Call 97 or 447-R,
. Ypsilanti,' Miss Oberlin. 108-3
WANTED--Typewriting, copying, of
notes, theses, letters, etc. Mrs.
Wisbin. Phone 586. 105-21

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Sunday dinner at Y. W. C. A. 110
EWIRELESS-for sale. Short :wavg
regenerative detector and two step
amplifier, and Magnavox, $130. Or
will sell without Magnavox. An ideal
set for fraternity or private use.
Call Pierce at the Daily or 93-R.
FOR SALE-52 acre farm 1 mile from
University, good 7 room house, fur-
nace, city water, new basement.
barn. Plenty fruit; Inquire JOHN
W. HERRIT, South State St., Ann
Arbor, Mich. 107-b
POTATOES, choice sand grown 65
cents a bushel delivered. Phone.
t544-R. 110-3
TORY. Bring your repairs where
shoes are .made. Crepe soles at-
tached to your shoes. $2.75., Bring
them in today. Made-to-measure
orders-one, week service. Satis-
.actinn n guaranteed or money re-


White Swan Cleaners

958. -x10-5U
WANTED-2 or 3 girls to board inI
private family. One .block from
campuss 816 E.'Washington. 110-2

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