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MICHIGAN DAILY

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ablity in swatting the ball about the Coach Fisher is desirous of deVelop-
cage. Although Coach Fisher is part-, ing men who will be his nu~cleus for
F 1S H ERl 1 R IE Sf iE $w o wl a e a e lh u tt e c ke il b iv n e e y o p r
icularly anxious to develop some bat- the 1924 aggregation, 'which means the
horehie, ie.spent considerable time ity to perform in actual contests.
6 T I Gteaching the youngsters the art of____ ______
- ~~~~Most of the, veterans are alreadyHOA D ['I A I
VsTy 1sba1Mut peisGra- owing great form in walloping te1 ~ LI~ l1
er Part of Sesion on Stick pill, and ought to have their hatting
Work 4Keyes in fine trim for the spring trip. Its
BOOKS SHOW - I Blott,' the husky backstop, ought to , E P E E T
ROOK SHO IMPROVEMENT; 1prove one of Coach Fisher's' heaviest. E P E ' E T?
INFIELD FIGHT GROWS WAR3M batters when the season rolls around, __
_______if his present work with the stick is
Spending but 15 minutes of the aft- an indication of what he will do out- iloloes1ters Calk of Luis Firpo Meet-E
ernoon's workout with a light field- doors. l6 ep'e nNa
i!Ag practice, Coach.Ray Fisher devoted Veterans M3ust Work Future
the greater part cif the cage session A regular, battle -;,yal is being en-
XjIssau eqj iuiseqgdma ur uaj6 gaged in by the candidates for the din- FLOYI) J)HNSON LOONS AS
for correct style in batting. field positions, veterans and newcom- LOGICAL FOQE OF 1GENTI\N9
bXeachues- Bunting ers alike. With the youngsters show-

In'ramural Items

The following Freshman league has-
Jkitball games, are , scheduled for)
Thursday at 6:45., Tigers vs. Big Five;
In dian as vs. Bear Cats ; W ups vs.
INorthwestern.--1
IFinals in the second round of the
All-campus handball tournanment will
be held this afternoon when Shawa-
,ker and, Carroll will play HeilbrunnI
and Langlois. The match between
Garrett and Abrams, and Rockwell
and Sarnachia should be played by IF
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Individual entries' for the fraternity
track, meet should be sent into theI
Intramural department before the enC j
of this week.f
Fratern3ity antrnnIti t fnr thaL Lit~lU

shooting tournament who have not pa, 3:03:1; Phi Sigma, Delta, 3:03:2,
appeared as yet should do so at 7 o'- The two teams turning in the fastest
clock tomorrow night in order to qual- times after the ;next eliminations will!
ify for the finals which wall be held 1)belpicked for the final race.
next week.
First eliminations for the fraternityj PLAN ATHLETIC TRIALS
relay race which will be held on the I
night of the Cornell-MIichigan track'
meet Were held last nighit. Phi Gxamma Thlere will be a contest'to pick the
Delta with a team composedt of Cos-! most perfect performer on the horn-j
sitt,. Yeakey, Gowen, and Hultz made zontal bar, on the horse, and on the
the best time when they turned the; par'allel, bars, held on Apil 4, at: Wat-
track in the unexpected time of 2:55, erman gymnasium. The purpose of the
:8. contest is to stimulate work in this.
Seven other teams with the next1 particular field of physical training.
best harks wncre picked for the second Any person on the campus who de-
elminations 'which will be held at sires to enter in any, one or all of these
7 o'clock, Tuesday. Following are the, events may do so. Numerals are to
times they made last night: Acacia.
2:59:1, Phi Kappa Sigma, ;3:00:2; Al -________________-_____
fpha Delta Phi, 3:01; Pi Kappa Alpha 1i
3:01:3; Trigon, 3:03; Phi Sigma Kap- 1I-

be given . t , inne of-each event
anld numera~ls will also be given to
the all-aroundchampion. Those th.at
are judged second will be given the
right to wear their class numerals
but it will be necssary for them to
buy their own numerals. The only per-
sons barred are the students employed
as assistant inistr4%.ctQxs.
There is one set of movem~ents that
will be required, of each contestant
in 'each evenit. In additioni he miust
choose two other exercises that have
at least four" continu~ous movements
to it. Those who, wish to enter the
contest or those that desire more~ in-
formation .on it sh~ould see Dr. George
A. May.,.

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Giles, 'Weitezl,~ Deveau, Dillman and in flashes of real baseball ability,
Keefer continiue~ to show improvement ,the veterans will have to travel at top
in handling the bludgeon. Haggerty speed in order to retain their regular
Varsity basketball star, has also shlown positions on the nine.
THtIS TI
COLMNLASSIFIEUM
CCLSAT P~ V A EIRTISING AT 3 p1-.

Ckost NMae. .TWO OsufS per word " a fy, PM Itoa Avawjk Min-
tmm asuLeBret day, 26c. W?&alm t aet 2e he
mos ppm w rd pmat day UebQag*&. Wh*, ptwe cbrged tar at rate
Of f Pm SNOW l bw $s6,. srt 1 Q MIY t* Mi S pao.
r B t*: TwesmitperU'., wOO~t actrsct;, pisIa4vamsc.
PRO= so6

N OTICE
The following box replies are at the
Daily Office: GW, RHUB, FMM, CBS:
KD, BAG, bEB, 18.
DRY' CLEANING AND PRESSINGj
called for and delivered for $1.25.a]
suit. Phone 16. White Swan,
Cleaners. 117-61
45i CENT COFFEE 35c.. Pierces Cash
Stores: 118-201
"Daily Cassifieds" work wonders.
HANI
WANTED-.By Junie 15, three-room un-
furnished apartment, for student-
. and wife, situated near campus. Ad-
dress Box B.A.C., Michigan Daily.
~117-1,
WANTED-Two students to -board in
private family. Good home cook-
ing. 3 .meals $6.50; 2 meals $6.00>
30,4 E. Madispon. 2813-M. 1191
WANTED-To rent for next year,
house which will accommodate
about twenty m~en comfortably. B~ox
SZF. 31T7-.

B USINESS OpPkOR'J TNMTY
STUDENT AGENTS
Make Big Money Selling
RADIO CIGAR LIGHTERS
An imported novelty. A lighter that
always works. Send no money. Write
for particulars.
THE MODERN SPECIALTY CO.
1147 Grandview Avenue,
COLUMBUS, OHIO
11 -21
SALESMEN-If you are looking for
something that will sell as well as
m sake you some real money let me
hear from" you. Box BCD, Daily.
. 1191
IF you want to try the selling gain(
spring vacation see 17. J. Leader, 622
tE.. Liberty. Phone 3221-J across
from Spedding Studio. 109-50
LO ST
LOST-Saturday morning in main
street shopping dsitrict large black
cameo pin' surrounded with pearls.
Liberal reward if returned to 1520
Hill' St. or call 629. 117-3
LOST-Xi Psi Phi fraternity pin at
the Union: Friday night. Name or
back. Finder please call 753.
118-2
LOST-A black leather note book
size 9x6. Name inset on front cov-
er. Please return to Daily office.
118-2

As, is customary when two good men
get together in a ring with a set ofI
boxing gloves and one of them goes
dlown for a count of ten after some
hard fighting, a big commotion was
set up among the dopesters when Luis
Firpo, South American aspirant for
a title match with Jack 'Dempsey,;
knocked out 'Bill Brennan in the
twelfth round of a scheduled 15 round
go. Everyone from the lowliest rub-f
ber to the most pretentious promoterI
is trying to imagine what would hap-
pen if the big Argentine~sould get
into a mix with a. boy like John Demp-
soy and just what his chances 'are of
getting into such a scrap.
Brennan tea &~ on PolntK
In, his bout night before last FirpoI
showed a lot, of promise and a lot o
hard hammering, together with a lo
,of endurance but it would be unfair,
to Bill Brennan to say that he was out-
boxed. All through the figt the vet-
e ran Chicagoan kept himself pretty
well coivered until the last priod. when
brute force broke down his guard and
the battering right of the Argentine
managed to get him to the canvas. In
the opening rounds Brennan had an-
other hard time but the coming of thec
fifth turned the tables and the rest of I
the bout up until the very lat ws
his. The final blow was a perfect "spec-
imien of a fight-ender and evepn Demp-
sey himself would have staggered un-
der it. Brennan was down for 1lc
strokes before his seconds took him
back to his corner.
Already Firpo is being talked of as
a possible match for the champion but
as yet his chances do not appear t
bo any too good Tru enough he
knocked out a man who has always
been regarded as more or less- of a
contende and yet in the same fightE
he showed that he was far from the
perfect boxer that Dempsey\is. Most
critics seem to think that a couple of
years more training and four or fv
more preliminary battles with good
men would prepare him fr the su-
premne test. However if hie manages
to mix with another first rater and
splils him, Jack Kearns may consent
to give hii a chance.
Johnson Looks Good
Floyd Johnson has been menione
as the most likely, opponnt for the!!
South American in his nlext 'match
Johnson is in just about the sme fix
that Firpo is in. His ativities in
the ring have' been limited to the last
year or so and he's been under theI
guardianship of Tex Rickard for only
eight months. During his career he
has been playing around with secondi
raters for the most part although his
'one fight with Bill Brennan showed
that hie could protect himself against
the higher-ups if there was any call
for it. In fifteen rounds of fighting hr
1gave Bill one of the worst thrashings
fof his momentous ring career, a knock-
out being saved by the gong on tw
separate occasions during the battle.
!The outcome of a fight' betwee
tFirpo and Johnson for the privilege
of meeting Dempsey would be highl
problematical. Both of the men are
primarily "big brutes" and not the
clever boxers that they will be for a
couple of seasons more but both of
them know enough about the science
to prevent a slugging match. Johnson
is probably the better boxer of the
two, wth a 1 ig jump on his rival in
the matter of footwork especially.
Today is 1"14" Day.
jGot a room to rent? A Daily lassi-
fled ad will fnni a roomer.-Ad.

Eating May, Be a Habit!
Make your Lunches a pleasure
by eatin at
Tuttles Lunch Room,
~338 Maynard St. South of Majestic

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That is what this bank tries tob ie.

r racernny enLranLs for the iou+

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FARMER &MECHAN B 3A4

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INTELLLIENT AND INTERESTED

Your bank should be sound-, accurate andi
efficient, Bujt that is notenou~h. Baakig
service to be, of the most useto you. should
be also intelligent and interested.

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WANITEJ)?-'tudents to' assist prof es-
sional. salesman during Spring Va-
cation. Call at 625 Church between
1 and 2.? 119-4
fWANTE~D TO RENT-F'or next year,
housie which ,will accommodate
S *about 20 men comfortally. Box S.
Z. F. 118-3
WAN5lED-To rent single garage near
corner of Packard and Vill. Call1

I h -'-J - 1 i lt Nil
IS T.R1E
a i1~

776-R.
WANTED-To buy ggod,
Give ,specifications and
.C-2Q,'Daily.

119-2
nmotorcycle.
terms. BoAj
'119I

WANTED-At once, a 'matron, for
girls league house at 551 Church.
St. Phone 3294. 118-2
T~YPEWRITING wanted' These,~
notes, any work. 12 CENTS a page.
Phone 2278-W%. 81-21
WANTED-One Soph. Promr ticket.
Call Bob Halsey. Ka.Kppa Sigma
House. 4366. 119-2
WANTED-Clarinet, Boeh~m systemi, P
flat, low pitch. '369-M. Rash. ,
. .. 118-2

If you don't know where you post
the article, never mind, a "Daily Clas-
sified Ad" will find it for you.-Adv.{
LOST-String of pearls Feb. 23. Valu-
1ed as keepsake. Reward., Call
1508-J. 119-2
rLOSVT,Opal ring., Reward ofiered.a
fNo questions asked. Call 719-W.j
l: 119
1LOST-4 months old male Collie dog.
110 N. Ingalls. Phone 2569. 119-2
LOST-Ring with black 'onyx setting.t
Finder please call 1556-J. 119-2
LOST--Pair of brown tortoise shell,
rimmed glasses. Call 3121. 118-2
FOUNTAIN PEN-Duofold Junior on
black ribbon. Phone 452. 118-34
MiSCELLANEOIJ$
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATFi
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
'are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID.
DLES BOOK' STORE. 11 Nickels
Arcade. 111-50
KILL TWO BIRDS with 'one stone.
Send your dry cleaning and press-
ing along with your laundry to the!
White Swan people. Phone 165.
117-(,

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Copyright 1923 Hart Schaffner & Marx

WANTED-Girl to work~ for room, or
room and board. Call 1706-J.

Fine quality brings many returns

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118-'?
WANTED-One, ticket for- the- Soph
Prom. Call 932-R. 119-3
Fo SALE~
FOR SALE-Raincoats directly from
factory.- Save. money. Satinfaction
guaranteed . Simons, 2846-J.
119-21
FOR SALE-Rem ingtou Portable
Typewriters. Call Black~, student
dealer, 432 Thompson. 1128-J.
115-5(I
FOR SALE -A new, modern, seven
room bungalow and corner lot, $550
down.. Call 1286-W. 118-3
FOR SALE-Special model Morris 20-
ft. canioe. Sailing equipnent. Call
3094. 118-2
FOR SALe-Two May Festival 'cou-
pons. Phone 3076-M. 119.
FOR SALE-Three May Festival cou-
pons. Call 269-W. 119
REAL ESTATE
Sorority, Fraternity, and Income pro-
perty in t he best locations and at
the, best prices and terms. Mrs.
Gustine, .717 1st Nat'l Bank :Bldg.
Phone 935-F-1. '119-50,
FOR RRNIIT
FOR RENT-5 urooms, lower fiat, coal
furnished, 1-2 block from campus.
627 Oakland. Phone 1754-R. 118-3
FOR RENT-Two rooms in private
home., close to car line. Phone

~when you're buying clothe.

It

saves your money, gives you more
service, makes you: proud of yoaurs

Spring is here!

FLINT STUDENTS-Heated sedan4
leaves Friday nights returning Sun- Pro
day night. Railroad rates. Phonerof
13,94-J. 97-21 f

self.

These are. quality,* clothe!

'STOLEN-Log log slide rule. K and
M Drawing -Set ~Lieutwier-Re-
ward for information. 1727-J.
119-2

Hear Girls' Mandolin Chl
and

Hawaiian Melodies

$30

$45,

SAVE MONEY on your groceries at
Pierces Cash Stores. 118-20
SHOE FACTORY
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-I
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-
faction guaranteed or money re-
turned. 534 Forest Avenue. Call
3043.108-21
DRESS31AKIG
SPRING DRESSES made-suits re-.
lined-work guaranteed-reason-
able. 7,11 Haven Ave. 402-W.
112-50
WASHING
GIRLS, if you are real particular
about the way your dresses and

at

Cosmopolitan Club
Spring Carnival
Thursday, March 15.

For spring suits and topccoats b
Hart- Schaffner & rlarx ~znd thers

50c

SCHOOL OF
DANCING
Private Lessons in
BALLET DANCING
ORIENTAL DANCING
AESTHETIC DANCING
31ODERN
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