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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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But One :flan of Last Season's Squad
Lost to. Team; R oricl to
CaptAin Quartet
SEVENTEEN MATCHES ON 1923
-ARD; ENTER BIG 10 TOURNEY

Tennis prospects look bright thiqj
year with but one man gone from last
year's squad, Reindel, who played
number two and was.lost by .gfadua j
tion.Merkel, captain and numbe;
one last 'year, is serving as manager
this year while Rorich, number threg
in 1922, captains the 1923 team, and
with -Sanchez and Zemon the other
two veterans out for the -team, Coach
Lee should have little trouble build-
ing a winning combination.
Good Materialj
Brick, a fast and heady playery wh i
was ineligible last year will be out
for a berth on the team and Jerome.
Wkho looked so good on the all-fresh,
Is expected to show up well. Cor-
bett, Rock, and Tracy, the other three
numeral men, will also be fighting for
positions.
Candidates for the teami niay be
called out before spring vacation but
hereal team building will pot start
j ntil after vacation. .With the two
zew concrete courts all that is neces-
sary for pre-season workouts is warmb
tveather. . .
Doctor Lee will be ably assisted in
coaching the team by Paul Leidy and
Dr. A. E. Boak. Slow motion pictures
cif the 1922 Davis Cup tournament
lave been secured from the Arherican
Lawn Tennis association and will be
shown as a means of bettering the
form of the players.
Seventeen Hatches Carded
seventeen matches with the usual.
trip through the East were announced
yesterday ?s the eiplete schedule of

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the 1923 team. Northwestern, Illinoisi Flit last summer, the coach has two
Wisconsin Minnesota, and Ohiot men who rank high in Big Ten goli
will be the only Conference teams fllU fiJ ice' rsy ~oeik n at
played -in dual matches but the team ings have all had experience and
will be entered in the Western Con- should prove good material. Thera
pledc at Chncago. thti o nsirdpoegodmtril hr
ference tournament that is to be IhI are several more men on the campp s
pyd C -who have turned in fair scores and
The Eastern trip will start May 14, who will report with tl squad.
with Carnegie Tech at Pittsburgh fol- Seven Matces Al with Cojnfereree Expect Large Squad S
lowed by Penn State, Swarthmore, Le- School oni New Major Sport It is expected that when the fzrs
high, and both the United Statbs Mili- Schedule practice call comes on the first weekr
tary and Naval academies. Carnegie --- of April, more than 15 men will be'
is the only team that will be played on 11ATICE CALL WILL ()ME out. The intention is-to keep a close
the Eastern trip that will be seen in FIRST WEEK OF NEXT 10NT P record of each man and to have the
action in Ann Arbor. sport on a considerably better organ-
The complete schedule is as follows: Michigan's first Varsity golf sched- ized basis than previously. Coach
April 27, Michigan Aggies at Lansing; ule has been announced and this sea- Little will direct this new minor sport'
April 28, Saginaw Tennis club at Sag- son the Wolverines will play seven and intends to keep the men in active
inaw; May 2, Michigan Aggies at Ann matches, all with Conference schools, training all season. Coach Wells saidl
Arbor; May 5, Open; May 7, North- there being two open dates oi th<
western at Evanston; May 8, Illinois schedule which may be filled with
at Urbana; May 10, Carnegie Tech at games with some of the leading out-
Ann Arbor; May 12, Pending Chicago; side teams.
May 14, Carnegie Tech at Pittsburgh; Open with ChicagoIj
May 15, Penn State 'at State College: Opening the season on May 4, the .
May 16, U. S. Military Academy at Wolverine pill drivers journey to Chi-
West Point; May 17, Swarthmore al cago to meet the Midway quartette.!
Swarthmore; May 18, Leheigh at and on May 5 go down to Urbana.
Bethlehem; May 19, UI S. Naval Acad- where they face the Indianse There is C a Rp
emy at Annapolis; May 21, Wisconsin a meet pending with Ohio State for
at Ann Arbor; May 24, 25, 26, West- May 12 which is likely to go through,
ern Conference tournament at Clii- but whether it will be played at Co-
cago; May 28, Minnesota at Ann Ar- fumbus or Ann Arbo' is not decided.1.Q ted a.
bor; May 30, Ohio State at Columbus. May .18 and 19 are the open dates
on the schedule and these will be fllle' in all Latest
Campus Cannon is French ift if the showing of the team warrants
Manys..entshav prbabl n -it. Another meet, that with Indian w eeds
Many students have pro bly noti-on May 25 at Bloomington, is still
ed the big cannon back of the Econo- hanging fire, but as the schedule calls
mics Building, but its'history as kinown for a match with Purdue on the fol-
to few. This guna, which is a 155 mmar. lowing day at Lafayette it is possible'
Puteaux, is worth $50,000 and came to that the Hoosiers will'be cardedsCi- W O l l1 r
the University R. 0. T. C. in Novem- cago comes to Ann Arbor June 2 ands AND UP
ber, .1920. the season ends June 18 with the Con-
During the'war the French turned ference meet at Chicago.
the big cannon, over to the Second di- Coaches Trueblood and Wells, the
vision of the American Expeditionary latter open champion of the state, a s
Forces who immediately christened it hiave a fair nucleus for the 1923 golf, 1)D onI di i JJn
'"Yankee Girl." team. With Winters, last year's cap-
Ae soon a. the weather becomes tam a ith winner aters224 SOUTH STATIp
warm enough for outside practice this flight of the state tourney held at
gun will be used by the It O. T. C. ar-
tillery school for training.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. SCHUMACHER HARDWARE COMPANY
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS
. llS 308-10-12 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONES 174-175-M

that prospective candidates should be-
gin their conditioning process indoors
now in order that they may be read-.
when tlhe first call comes.
frs. Mallory Eliminated
Monte Carlo, Monaco, Mar. 3.-(By
A. P.)-Mrs. Molla Bjurstedt Dallory,
American woman lawn tennis cham-
pion was eliminated in the tennis tour-
nament here today, losing to- Mrs.
Satterthwaite of England in straight
sets, 6-2,.6-1.
Rigg's, "Depreciation of Public Util
ity Properties" received at Wahr's
University Book store.-Adv.

WHY BUY A LARGE
FOUNTAIN PEN
with small ink capacity and many easily broken parts
When You Can Buy
Direct from the Manufacturer
A RIDER MASTERPEN
which hold six times as much 'ink ,and has many other advantageous
features which can be explained at
RIQER'S PEN SHOP
PEN SPECIALISTS IN COLLEGE INN
Over 700 Satisfied Users in U. of M.

Read The Daily "Classified" columns

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Malers of smart but conservative clothes for men who 1nom and appreciate
You get your money's worth whether you buy your Spring suit now
or later.

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But who buys first naturally buys best choice.

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ECLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 PM.

Tie Hoover

SPRING SUITS AND NORFOLKS
SPRING TOP COATS

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Rate. To Cata e r wd a daypWd In advance. Miz-
ea charge for TwoiCts pay, 266.. 1imum thir ttem. 20c. Three
cts per word per day it charged. Whil~e sveehewgad for at rate
Be at, Par w I Uito e, w ed uil e, oron ly to tosie halig pho nts.
toer s:Twehre o ~tapea Us., w out cotract, pa1idin advance.

As It Sweeps

- As It Cleans

SPRIN GHATS AND CAPS
SPRING FURNISHINGS

-Do Your Rugs look Drab and Dull?

They need a HOOVER Cleaning.

It is surprising

NOTICEI
The following box replies are at thef
Daily office: CAF, FMM, RHB, LC9,
CBS, CS, LEB, KD, GW18.
FOR RENT,

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ONR RENT-Light and pleasant front
double and single room, second
floor. Cheap. Students, business or
working men or women. 923 Green-
wood Ave. 110-2

LOST
LOST-Gray's "New Manual of Bot-
any", seventh edition. Muriel Ray.
Phone 2949. Reward. 110-2
I LOST-Green gold bar pin on can-
pus Thursday morning. Call 975-RI
S Reward. 110
LOST--A Ganong's "Text Book of Bot-
any for Colleges". Finder please
call 903-W. 111
LOST-Rider fountain pen stampeq
Harry R. Hale. Call 1820-R. Rej
ward.. 11 2
LEATHER NOTE-BOOK in room 401,
West Hall., Finder call 3127-J.
110-2

how the colors in a rug become dulled through the winter. In
almost every home there are invisible sooty, greasy particles
in the air that settle upon the rugs and gradually rob the colors
of their natural brightness and freshness. A HOOVER 1
Cleaning will brighten these colors; also the HOOVER will
beat out all. the embedded gritty dirt which shortens rug life
so materially. In addition, it sweeps up litter and surface dirt
and powerfully air cleans, all at the same time. Keep gritty
dirt out of your rugs with the HOOVER.

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FOR RENT-First floor housekeep-
ing suite. Laundry in ,basement.
One block from campus. 1317-R.
203 S. Thayer. 110-2

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FOR RENT-Large front
blocks from campus
double. 119 N. Thayer
71-J,
FOR RENT-Suite and s
in private home. Inst
wife, or upperclassmen

room three
Single or

St. Phone
11 2 BUSIA:ESS OPPORTUNITY
ingle room If you want to try the selling game
ructor and spring vacation see H. J. Leader.
preferred. 622 E. Liberty. Phone 3221-J across
110-2 from Speddings Studio. 109-50

OR RENT-Comfortable room for I
two. Five minutes from campus.
Very reasonable. 409-J. 523 1ack
Road. 110-2
lOR RENT-Suite-and single roomiq
private home. Instructor and wifel
or upperclassmen preferred. Phonh'
563-J. 111-21
FOR RFNT-12 room house, close to
campus; just the thing for board-
ing house or tea rooms. Phone 416.
111-3
. OR RENT-2 single rooms, steam
heat, near campus. 812 E. Wash-.
ington. 913-M. - 110-2
OR RENT-An apartment, -heatedi
j private bath, immediate possession
Call 579-J. 11'
FOR RENT-Large front room-to
couple or ladies.. 33 E. Huron,
2895-M. 109-1
BOARDA
BOARD-For 2 or 3 more boys. No
breakfast or Sunday meal. 481-M.
807 E. Washington. 109-2
FOR SALE
WIRELESS-for sale. Short wave
Vregenerative detector and two step
amplifier, and Magnavox, $130. Orj
will sell without Magnavox. An ideal I
set for fraternity or private use.
Call Pierce at the Daily or 93-R.
109-3t
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., ,Anil
Arbor, Mich. 107-b
POR SALE-Raincoats, Cravenettes,
directly, from factory. Save you
money. Satisfaction guaranteed.

MISCELLANEOUS
GENUINE ULTRA VIOLET ray treat-
. iment, excellent for the scalp. Makes
the hair grow andrenews its lust-
er. Courteous treatment. Call 1471-
W. MRS. J. W. PHELAN, 812 Mon-
roe. 107-21
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTh
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BIDS
DLE'S BOOK STORE, 11 Nicke)l
Arcade. 111-50
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Five year
abroad. Studio 307 North Main.
Call 611-M. 111-21
ICE SKATING--Sunday, L to 5, and 'i
to 10 o'clock. Coliseum. 75-21
WANTED

R. H. FYFE & CO. DETROIT
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WANTED-2 or 3
private amily.
campus. 816 E,

girls to board in 1
One block fromI
Washington. 110-2

BAGGAGE
PARCEL DELIVERY, BAGGAGE,
MESSENGER SERVICE. PHONE
05s. 110-50;
PHONE 2700, PACKAGE AND BAG-
GAGE EXPRESS. 100-21
SHOE FACTORYI
ANN ARBOR CtJSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY. Bring your repairs where
shoes are made. Crepe soles at-
tached to your shoes. $2.75. Brine
!them in today.' Made-to-measure
orders-one week service. Satis-
faction guaranteed or money re-
turned. 534 Forest Avenue. Call
3043. 108-21'
9 KODAK FINISHING
FILMS-Developed and printed by
our own photographers. Leave:

With Crepe Rubber Soles
Soft as cushio s, yet durable as leather.
For campus, street and golf wear. See
this and other spring models on display
at the
Arthur F. Marquard
TAILOR SH-OP
608 East Liberty
MIr. II. C. Mack is in charge
CREPE RUBBER SOLES
Attached to Your Old Shoes
$3.00
BRING T11 M IN TODAY

FOR CLEANING
AND PRESSING
Tree Piece Suit or Overcoat

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