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TH IS
COLUMN
ICLOSES
AT 3 P.M.4

Hers A Left Handed Pitcher WithA Left Handed
3Career,". They Say Of Twiler Clarence A itchel

SORC RIY PLAT
SALE FOR IL

mum Vii~e. 20c. Three
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The

unswick record by Oriole6 TerraXbe
chestra. STOFFLET PHONO
COPS, tNickeI's Arcade and 110 E.
ENT~ COFF'EE 35c. Pierces Cast.h
res. 113-20
BUSINES~S OPPORTUITY
OFITABL.E VACATION WORK
,N and WOMWEN wanted to sell
indexed Bible, just revised and
the minuxte. Free Salesmanship
e-and personal assistance. Pas-
ind S. RSu ipts. supply leads. Re-F
wely e&arnings by beginners:
o Kilrby, $49.75; M~rs, Adellue,
; Aliss Krause, $42.10; 'Mr. Gee,
week) $67.50 ;r Vanier, $62.25;°
Volfe, %48,25; AMr. Kahler, $84.50.'
gone succeed~s by our pla n. See'
Cook, 'Sale~s Manager, at Lane
an~y day 3:30 to G; or write for,
ntmcent. 12:;-70
ATTENTIONI
niors and Juniors School of
Commerce
are seeking to strengthen our
aization with college men and
mn who have a knowledge of
keeping or Accouinting. We ar~e
tional organization and offer ei-
pernianent or vacation period
in your home locality to those
are interested. Good rnone i
from the start with opportuni-
for splendid advancement for
who qualify. For inforination
now, to
S. A. Corporation, 504 Benoist
Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 110-21
STUDENTS, act now
.-~----~ before it is too late.
- I have room for
~I~Geight m o re stu-
in my sales organization for
g vacation. Those who make
will be given a permanent posi-
luring the summer. Mr. Leader
E. Liberty; phone 3221-3. 124-3
U HAVE MONEY to loan, we can
ce it for you on Ann Arbor, pro-,I
y at 7 per cent net. We now,,
e calls for various amounts from
00 to $10,000. All good loans.
W HALEY REAL ESTPATE
EXCHANGE
Nat. Bank Building. Plione

FOR SALE
FOR SALEY-Misses7 three Piece sport
suit, skirt, knickers, and jacket.
English tweed imixture, gray. Size
16. $30. Call 2206-.i after six o'-
clock. 1241
FOR SALE-Banjo-manidolin, good
condition, Rogers 3X head. Call
2015 at meal timTe. 124'
FOR SALE-A new, modern, seven
room bungalow and, corner lot, $550
fdown. Call 1286-ANT. 124-3
FOR SALE-Five M_ ay West-lval 'cou-
rons. 224 Thayer. Call 1612-Ht.
212,-2
FOR SALE-Two May Festiva~l Cou-
pons. $2 each. Phone 1575-WT.
124
FOR SALE-Two May Festival Cou-
pons. Telephone 781-R. 121-3
FPOR SALE---Two Mauy Festival Cou~-s
pons. 2629=R. 124
I f FOI .RINET
FOR RENT-Two shite s.Close ito
campus. Pleasant environrment. $
each per week. Twvo ;n a suit. H.
A. Welcher, 710 I:. Anx hn 71-W.
12 -50
FOR ntEN-First floor hou ekeeping
suite. Steam heat. Laundry. 'Tel,
1317-R. 124

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Members of the Alpha 'Omicron Pi
sorority are conducting a special sale
of writing paper the proceeds of
which are to be given to the Univer-
sity of Michigan League building fund
The stationery, which is of a good
grade of bond, is sold in "pads of loci
sheets, with 50 envelopes ,to match
The name and address wiil be printed~

be obtained
miay be sent
house, 1052
Drake at the
dresses ofc
Vwould be in
chases are a'
Try a Cla

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Experience Counts
in every line
YUr Fountain Pen
is a delicate instrumeunt

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A skilled workman can straighten a bent point, smooth a
scratchy one, set a nib to give just the right amount of flow,
regrind your point to make it finer.
'We can do all of this and more at our pen shop in Ann
Arbor and save you long delays.
Better yet A RIDER ASATLIULN vwill solve
your future as well as your present troubles.

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FOR RENT-Rooms with or withoue
board. 711 Haven Ave. 402-Mti.
120-6
ILOARI
For Snappy Service at brcakfast or
any other time, try RE X 'S CLUB7T
LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig-
itated1. 122-50
REAL I1STATE
'WE HAVE
JAn excellent Fratcrnity house, xvell-
located, that we can sell at a, reason-
.1able price withi good terms. Call usc
at once.
MRZS. GZSTINvE
Riealtor
71:7 Nat. Bankf. Phone Office 835-P-I,
evenings 835-P-2, 2738, 486-J.
123-50
FOR A=QUICK SALE, one of the best
lots in the city., Southeast of Camn-
pus. Size 90 by 1412, price $5250.
WHALEY jR%1,AL STATE
" 310 anat. Ban.k Building, Prone
1821-Fl. 123-50
YOU GET ROMiPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are. TYPED by EXPERTS at DID- t

sicut= paw Clarence Mitchell, one of
1the season's hold'outs for more mnazu-
ma, has been traded by the Brooklyn
3;club. to Philadelphia in exchange for,
Ceoorge S mith, right hander.
W Silica lcwvvin g the old home town flat
(-n it's back and starting a professi'onal
ba cbal career, Clarence has had on'e
fa<ithfurl little friendl who has eo.gged
iS Iootsteps with tenacious fielity.
T[his little fell ow , commonly known as
"Jinx," has a" large. circle of ac,,vaint-
ances in the sport world but Clarence'
is one of his dearest playmates.
Michell is one of those bimnboes who,
Iwhen all readyR to land at the top of
the heap with a clashing of cymbals,
hay: been switcheJ onto a siding' with
the empity refrigerator cars by somne
frow zy browea agent of fate.
Last season hie did practically n~oih-
ing . Pitching in five 'garnes hie hurled
1but thirteen innings altogether, al-
though dluring the latter part of 1921:
h le took his turn on "the 'slab when
M Aanager Robinson was~ hard >pressed,
for pitchers, and proved.a 'consistent!
winner. 'He gfinisfrec1' the s sn 'With
a record of winning eleven games and
losing nine. Naturally, 1922, then
floomed as a big season for Mitchell.
During the World's series of 1920 hae
distinguished himself by hitting into
a double play ;,the. first time at Pat.
Th'ie next time' un.he hit into the irst
ujnassisted triple play ever made in a

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After the World's series of that year,
Mitchell went back to his' home town,
IFranklin, Neb., pitched two games, the
first sice 1908 and convinced the
falrs that be had dteveloped into the
1real thing by winning both games. Hie
struck o t 22' men a :d knocked in i
too horre runs. txhen proceeded to eat
j chicken dinners during the remainder
of his visit around Franklin.
Wonder what Clarence will do inI
Philadelphia? It's going to be an in-I
teresting thing to follow.
EIKTGAEGOIDUA
ItEPR]ESENTATIVTES REMUE
SANCTION OF~ TEN DAY
TRAINI'NG
1.Chances for the eight game footbal j
schedule proposition to be carried
IM2 season v-ere given a boost Sat-
urday in Chicago 'where -a meeting of
faculty representatives and coaches
of the Biz Ten was held. '
The faculty representatives voted in
favor of the plan proposed by the[
coaches but refused to give their:
stamp of approvral to the shortening
of the training period 10 days because
it would not give the men enough time
in which to condition themselves. The
whole proposal, including the eight!
game sched'ule, will be taken uip again,
at a meeting of faculty re presentative
and coaches in June' here.

Conferenice athletic directors held
another meeting on the same day in
Chicago at which they censored the
type of sportsmanship evidenced by
some students at Big Ten basebal'
games and voted in favor of establish-
Oing a code of behavior for use at such
jgames. This code will be prepared b3
Commissioner John L. Griffiths.'
Intramral Iems
Drawing the league schedule to a
close, the sixth and final round of the
Freshman Sectional basketball league
will be played at 6:45 o'clock~ tonight
inz V4atermnan gymnasim.
Should the Big Five, succeed in
dlowning the Wups tonight, they will
clinch the championship with a clean
slate of five games, won and none last.
Should the Wups upset 'the dope by
handing the leaders =a defeat, thenE
the winner of the Yankee-Northwest-
ern :tilt will tie the Big Five for .first
place.'
After a hard battle with lHeilbrunn
and Langlois Saturday in'which their
opponents copped the first two match-
es of the set,.' Sanchez and Langlois
took on Scarnachia and Langlois in
the finals "fr the All-campus hand-
ball doubles championship. The
match will be played at 3 o'clock next
Saturday afternoon on the handball
courts in the basement of. Waterman
g ymnasiuma.
iThe second half of the preliminaries
in the fraternity relay race will be
held at 7 o'clock tonight.

C'or'sages

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Junior
Girls

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Play

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123-50 1

ALESMbEN-Does $100 a week sound
good to you? If so, let me hear
from you. Box C.M.T. 12/'
LOST
LOST-Black travelling bag, taken
from Wesley hall. Name of Ada A.~
Hendrix on inside and outside. Re-
turn to Mrs. F. 1-. Frink, 1328 Wash-
tenaw Av~e. Reward. 124-2
0ST-Black coin pure containing
ke~y ring and gold' rosary' on South
State, St., or Interurban. Reward.1
Call 349-J. 124
0ST---A Gamma Phi Beta sorority
pin. With name of Winifred Grid-4
ley. on back. Finder please call)
2325.' 124
OST-Near library, small, black lea-
ther loose-leaf note book contain-
iug addresses. 'Finder please call
783. .124-3
OST-Pair tortoise shell rimmed
glasses in flat oblong black leather!
case. Phone 811-W. 337 E. Jeffer-
son. , 1241,

BlosomrShop

DLES BOOK STORE. 11 Nickels World's series.y Bill Wambganss,'
Arcade. 111-50 Cleveland seco nd baseman, pulled the
triple by catching Mitcell's liner,
FLET SUET-etd sdnjtuhn eodbfr:Klrf eolaves Friday nights returning Sun- ered second and tif tagging Miller be-
day night. Railroad rates. Phone I twveen first and second. Mitchell sere-
1394-J. 97-21 edf successfully as a pinch hitter in
TYPEWRITING Wanted. Theses, abou.t 36 games during the same sea-

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Telegraph Florists.

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Phone 2278-MT. 81-2I
SAVE MONEY on your groceries at]
Pierces Cash Stores. 118-20
WAA TE D u-
WANTED-Good five or six room "n
furnished apartm-ent or house, be-I
fore April' 1. Rent reasonabl e. I
Permanent rentees. Ihone 303-MT.
124

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"the days that make us happy m~ale us 'wise.''
-Masef ield.

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-Alpha' Chii
e on1 reverse.
to 727 South

Sigma
Reward
State.

badge.
for re-.
1'24-211

OST--Gold wrist w~atchr on black rib-
bon.. Initials, " H.E.Rl.," on back.
Phone 1325. Reward. 124-2
OST-The press in m1y, trousers.
Founid at Greene's. Call 1449-11.
121-50
OST-LEATHEfR NOTE BOOK. RE-
WARD. Call REICHELRT, 236 8-W.
124-12
OST-Grey kid glove Friday on cam-
pus. Findter~ please call 1722-R.
124
OST-10x7 NOTEBOOK. RETURN
TO DAILY. REWARD. 124-3
OST-Ladies Bar pin, at Union Fri-
day night. Call 1508-M. 124-2?
OST-Brown key-case containinp
two flat keys. Call 484. 124
FOUND
OUND-Soph. Prom. ticket.. Owner
can have by identifying number of
ticket and paying for this ad, Tink-
er and Co., Phone 342, S. State St.
124
SHOE FACTO~RY
NN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY. Bring your repairs where
shos are made. Crepe soles at-

NVANTElU-One ticket to the sopho-
more Prom. Call Russell, 1548-MT.
123-2
IWANTED-One ticket to Soph. Prom.
B3ox J. G. A. 124-21
FUR.-NTUJRE
DO YOU KNOW we have the most
completely equipped- plant in the
country for Repairing, Refinishing,
and Upholstering, of furniture?
Phone 381-MT. P. B. Harding 88-21
OUR TAILORING DEPAR'TMENT is
now open for your inspection. Drop
in and see our samiples of styles.
Quality is our aim. Davis Toggery
Shop, 119 So. Mlain. 123-50
11E)STITCIIING
QUALITY HEMSTITCHING SHOP
719 North University Avenue
Telephone 2526
Over Lyndon's Photo Shop
123-50

IPerpetuate those happy moments with the aid of photography.
Make your good times everlasting by being able to re-create
them thru the medium of pictures.
And in having these pictures made remember that for 18 years
Michigan students have found service and satisfaction at
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We have scores
of friends, but
our best friends
are those who
do business with
us

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te~r assortm~
anywhe~re i4h
we have.
your select

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black stede~ and

satin,
gray
Lours

TYPEWRITERS
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor Typewriter E~x-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123-50
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SPRING~ DRESSES made-suits re-
lined--work ,guaranteed-reason-
able. 711 Maven Ave. 402-W.
112-50 i

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