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THE MTCIrtGAN DATILY

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'he Daily "Classified" Columns
AROSES
A DVERTI SING' AT 3 P. M

SPORT SNAP SHOTS

Winy CtyLabor
RepotedAs "Red" I
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Byi Jaek 'Beene1 of that city. Genewich is comparabkl
There ar^ few.v bigger gambles than with George U'hie, who alto cam
paying a hugp e price for a mzinor league from the corner diamondsl to the big
baseball star. Money will get them. leagues: The Clevelander soon be-
but it does not insure they will deliver came a mainstay on Speaker's firing
the goods. John McGraw paid $65,000 corps and Genewich promises to do
for Jack Bentley, the star pitcher ofl the same for Fred Mitchell. Apar-
the International league and a tre- ently he has both ability and nerve.
mendous hitter in that company. The cases of Uhie and Genewich are
Yet Bentley, backed with the* splen- not frequent in major league annals
did defensive strength of the world's but neither are the instances which
championship infield and a great of- high priced minor leaguers came
fense, failed miserably n his first two through to the fullest expectations.
starts of the season. McGraw, ac-
cording to his custom with young T
pitchers, picked the easy spots for I MN D
Bentley to start. Boston and Philadel-
phia, shattered hulks of baseball j
teams, were the opponents. Both drovej !B tE9
Bentley from the bnyhin- ha ~

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NOTICE WANTED
The following Box Replies are at t [ WANTED-Studenit to make himself
Daily~ofciee: Jake, PDUT, DM, RBT, generally useful. Several hour each
BC, 12, BA, 18; JSC,, M3, BB. - morning early. App y Mr. lacNan-
M.AlICEIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIE D.. ee Building and Grounds Office, Uni-
ATESversity. 15-3
Classified Rates. Two cents a word WANTED-Students to work in kit-
a day, paid in advance. Minimum chen remainder of sem(eter. Em-
charge for first day, 25c. MIn(mum ployment assured next year. G44
thereafter, 2c. Three cents jer word Tappan ae. e158pa.
'lrec rTappan Ave. 158P-5

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Learn ,Journalismn
from Journalists
and Pr-ofit by University Association
The combination of instruction possible at the Medill
School of Journalism of Northwestern University puts
training for this profession on a sound basis. This
school is ideally located in the center of newspaper
activity and enjoys the active co-operation and support
of Chicago's leaing 'newspapers.
Practical Instfruction
'The large faculty is composed afseasoned newspaper men who are also
expetienced teachere. Over half are on the staff of Chicago newspapers.
An xtensive eries of free public lecturesis given during the year by
* wunent Wtri;er3, newspaper executives'and publicists.
Six Co-operating Departments
Adequate instruction in other lines, so essential to the well trained
lourntalist, is specially provided for in six departments having a'facultj
of t*tenty-eight, which co-operate closely with the School of Journalism.
Send coupon below for fril de.
Write for Bulletint tails of faculty, lectures, courses.
etc. Addrena H. F. HARRINGTON, Director y
MEDILL SCHOOL
* a OF JOURNALISM
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY School of Commerce
223 Harris Hall Evanston.Il.
s-m..... mm -a- - mmam mm a. m - m mm mm m m - a ma m mm- ...- - mm -
I Partial list of Courses Of- H. F. HARR NGTON, Director
Sfered(Bulletin givesfulllist) MEDILL CHOOL OF JOURNALISM
Ui E Newspaper Reporting 223 Harris Hall, Evanston, Il.
Q Newspaper Editing Please send me complete bulletin on the.Medill School of
1 Writing for Business .journalis. I antrticularIy interested in courseseclecke
[ EDatic Critiintgtelel
0 Newspnptr hanagement Name.......... ..............
QMagazine and Feature A
J drea
Wriin Adres.............................

per uay i cn. g Vv wane spacI
charged for at rate of five cents per
agate line. Classifieds,.charged only
to those having phones.
Pla1me 980.
DON'T FORGETj
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place
to buy tires.
Kelly Springfield Diamond Tires
123c-tf
INTERSTATE TAILORS-
Unrivalled clothing values .in Tail-
or-Made Suits and Topcoats at $27.50.
The Interstate Tailors are at the
American Hotel. Phone 123 for ap-
pointment. 159c-4
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue:of The Daily. 125c-tf
FOR engraved calling cards or steel
die embossing see G. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade. 157c10
TAKE TIME TO SEE those articles of
Hand-carved elephant Ivory at the
Woman's Exchange. 10 Nickel's Ar-
cade. 160p-2
THE WOMEN'S LEAGUE receives a
percentjage on all cash purchases
made at 'the store of O .D. Morrill,
17 Nickel's Arcade. 157c-10
MOTHER'S DAY is Sunday, May 13.
Greeting cards for all occasions at
0. D Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
157c-6
LOST
LOST-Alpha Gamma Delta sorority
pi-n. Finder please return to Isa-
bel Mutschler, 608 Mon'oe, and re-
ceive reward. Phone 1387. -.
159P-21
LOST-Pamphlet entitled Structure of
Galaxy, .etween Observatory and
State St., Detroit Obseivatory is
written on first page. Finder call
2551-W. H.FS. 160p I
LOST-A Sigma Alpha Epsilon pin'No.
19419 on South University or Wial-
nut St. Finder returnto 1500 Ged-
des. Reward. 159-3!

WANTED-Three instructors i ei si6"e
comfortable suite br furnished
apartment for next year. Pox M-3.
WANTE --To buy or rent in East or'
Sottheast section of city small house
of about six rooms with modern im-
provements. Call box 25. 160p-27
WANTED TO BUY-Used canoe at
reasonable price. Call 2578-W.
158p-3
WANTED-One or more tickets for
Architect's Ball. Call Thal 2921-W.j
159p1
STUDENT FOR three Saturdays. Good
wages. Phone 1753-R. 160

yi rm the uox before the game
was far along.
Many will draw a comparison be-
tween Bentley and Rube Marluard.
Both were purchased for the Highest
prices ever paid a minor league club
for a left banded pitcher. Both were
beaten badly in their first starts. Mar-
quard when he went to the Giants w-as
a youngster. Bentley is well along as
baseball age is computed. He had a
tryout with the Nationals nine years
ago. Bentley must produce without de-
lay for he has passed the stage of de-
velopment. Two games do not make
or break a pitcher, but they make
Bentley's row the harder.
Bentley was opposed in his first
game by Joe Genewich a youngster
the Braves picked up on the sandlots
DR. MAY TO TAKE TRIP

Many Washtenaw county men and
women are expected ta attend the
Normal Institute to be held to lay, i)_-
morrow and Saturday at Lane hall for
the purpose of training leaders for
Baufy Vacation Bible school workj
throughout the county this summer.
The institute will be held under the
auspices of the Michigan. Sunday
School Council of Religious Educa-
tion, and will be one of six similar
institutes to be held in lower Michi-
gan.
Several well known educators'
among them E. E. Piper, director of
religious education in the Protestant
Episcopal diocese of Michigan; and
Dr. Thomas Young, director of daily
vacation Bible schools, and will be
here during the three day program.
Programs are to be held daily, from
3:30 o'clock to 5:30 o'clock in the
afternoon, and from. 7:30 o'clock to
9:30 o'clock in the evening.
University' students and others who
may be interested in the work are
requested to send a registration fee
of 50 cents to Reverend Lloyd M.
Wallick, general chairman of the lo-
cal conference, or to apply for further
information at Lane hall.
SunderlandTalks
Before Academy

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J(";; Fitzpatrick
John Fitzpatrick, president of thel
Chicago Federation of Labor, is on
hi. way; to Washington to confer with
Prcrident Gompers of A. F. ot, L. over
the report that because of alleged
"Redness" the Chicago body is to. be
cpelied from the A. F. of L.
Dr. Stuart Resigns From Faculty
Dr. George R. Stuart, of the English
department, has tendered his resig-
nation and 'has accepted a position
with the Engl-ish department of the
University of California.

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UrSINESS OPP(ORTU1NITY
Over One Hun-
dred Stud ents
f r om Michigan
are going to sell
brushes this summer. WHY? Ask
them or see me and I will give you
the reason.
H. J. LEADER
Tel. 3221-J 622 E. Liberty
Across from Speddings
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
SYSTEM will have a number of de-
sirable. shop positions for students
this summer. A representative will
be in room 306 Michigan Union from
3 p. m. to 7 p. m. Friday, May 11 and!

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Dr. George A. May,, director of Wa-
terman gymnasium, left yesterday- on
the first of a number of short trips
which he will take to organize track
meets about the state. He has already
officiated at several meets, both among;
high schools and small colleges.
The state interscholastic meet willI
be held under Dr. May's directioi,. as
will a state meet for smaller colleges
in June. A meet for all of the Detroit
high schools is also on his program
for the season.
MEST INI)OOR TRACK MARKS
ARE MADE IN THE WEST

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will furnish any information. (Continued from Page Six)
1Op-2 10, yard rqn--2:19 4-5: Reinke,
- Michigan.
I WANT TEN men with real sales abil- ile run - 4:17 4-5: Connoly,
ity for summer vacation work. Not Ceoi~getownt
a house to house proposition. An 2Geor ns
exceptional opportunity to make real 3gan.
money if you -are the right man. 50 yard low hurdles- 6 sec.: Hu-.
Write box 45, Michigan Daily giv- bard, Michigan; Blanchard, Wash.
ing phone number. / 160p University of St. Louis.
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FOR REYT u'uang nri esb
bard, Michigan; Blachard,
FOR RENT-During summer-5 room University of St. Louis.
apartment, 2 blocks from campus. 65 yard l'w- hurdles-7 1-5:
Furnished or unfurnished, with or bard, Michigan.
without garage. Phone University1 65 yard high hurdles-8 '2-5:
155; 160,,-2 ~bard, Michigan.

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Prof. - E. R. Sunderland, of the
law school, has gone to New York to
deliver an address, "The Reform of
Civil Procedure' before the New York
academy of political science.
This meeting .of the academy is de-
voted to the subject law and justice.
and there will be addresses, on the
general topics of the restatement and
clarification of the law, the improve-
ment of the. legal procedure and the
relation of the United States to the'
permanent court of international jus-
tice.
Professor Sunderland's address is
one dealing with the improvement
of the legal procedure.
GRADUATE SCHOOL
' ISSUES CATALOGUE
General announcements of the Grad-
uate school are out and may be ob-
tained in the various administrative of-
fices. of the- University.
The catalogues contain general in-
formation about the school, admission,
and registration requirements and
fees, degree prerequisites, fellowships,a
and other items concerning the col-
lege and the University in general.
No announcement of courses is con-
tained in this pamphlet. A more com-
plete announcement will be issued lat-
er in the semester containing in de-
tail all the information needed for
classifying, etc., in the school.I

IS ON SALE

guaranteed. Ask
,our dealer today.
For dress or out
of doors, Daro
Belle is supreme.

at Graham's, Slater's, Wahr's, Sug-
den's,,The Student's Supply Store,
Packard Lunch, Fischer's Drug Store,
The Student's Lunch, The Flue Front
Cigar Store, The Blu-Gold Lunch, and
elsewhere. -

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FOR RENT--Nicely furnished apart-
ment for summer. Reasonable. Ref-
erences exchanged. Box BB.

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LOST-Someplace between Natural
Science Building and Packard St., a
brown, fox fur scarf yesterday morn-
ing. Finder please call 370-W. 160-2
REWARD FOR return tan gabardine
taken from Union Tuesday. No
questions asked. 3327-M. 160p
LOST-Gold watch, Maud Murdock en-
graved on back. Call Burrows,
496 F-2. 159p
LOST-Shell mm glasses in case about
two weeks ago. Call Rockwell 669
160p
LOST--Coin purse near Library. Re-
turn to D. Wylie, 2949. 160p-2
",FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Airdale puppies from
registered parents. Phone 197-F-22,
Saline. Fred Kleinschmidt.
145p-33
FOR SALE- Decidedly democratic stu-
dent Ford. Good running order. 5
good tires. $45 cash. Call 80 af-
ter 8:30 'p.' n. 158
FOR SALF--Buescher C Melody Saxo-
phone. Excellent condition. . In-
quire D. U. R., News Stand fore-
noon. 158p-31
FOR SALE-7-room house jiist finish-
ed. Southeast section. $2000 will
handle. $7500. Call owner. Phone
2132-J. ..159-3
Rare Bargain. Taffeta party frock
size 34, worn once, only $5.00 Blatk
satin puimps 5B, worn once, $2.00.
Phone 2278-W. 160p
FOR SALE-Misses gray tweed sport
suit-skirt, knibkers, jacket. Size 16.
Phone 3206-J. . 157p-5
FOR SALE-Oakland six touring. Had
excellent care. $175. Terms, if de-
sired. Phone 2951-W. 158tf.
FOR SALE-A log-log slide rule.
Price $10: Call 2949. 160-3
TYPEWRIT9ES
EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor Typewriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123c-tf
LUNCHES

FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Phone 930-J.
710 W. Liberty. 160
FOR RENT-Two sets furnished;
housekeeping rooms 1025 Vaughn1
Street. Phone 2418-W. 159-3
]REAL ESTATEt
A 14 room rooming house in vicinity!
of Campus and High School. $9,800
with $1,500 down.
'k beautiful home S.E. of Campus, 8
rooms, tile roof, hot water heat,
large corner lot and garage. Bar-
gain at $18,000 with $5,000 down.
I OUG.LAS GOLDE N
316 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 720
155c-6
HOUSECLEANING
FULLER BRUSHES
SPRING HOUSECLEANING IS
COMING!
We've got brushes for every need.
Call 1158-J. 127c-21
WE make your house clean without
paint. We do both interior and ex-
terior washing. Ann Arbor House
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J.
152c-30
EXPERTS on washing windows at
reasonable prices. Ann Arbor Win-
dow Cleaning Co. Phone 1995-J. -
153c-30

High jump-6 feet 3 3-4 inches:
Poor Kansas.
Pole Vault-12 feet 8 1-2 inche :
Brooke ; Michigan:
Broad jump-23 feet 11 3-4 inches:
Hubbard, Michigan:
Shot put-45 feet 3 1-4 inches: Hills,
Princeton.
THIRD WEEK OF GRID WORK
UNEARTHS NEW MATERIAL
(Continued from Page Six)
last fall, should improve considerably
with experience.
Kunow, H. Goebel, Blair, Donnelly
Wagner; Isbey, Schlacks, and Schakel
are the outstanding tackles on thel
squad. All are big and should prove
capable linesmg with more experi-
ence. Dewey, wlt also starred in Fri-J
day's scrimmage, Finn, 150 pound
fighter, Hawkins, Whinnery, Toiren-
en, and Ingles shape up as the class
of the guards. A- J. Brown, the best
bet among the new centers, was kept
on the sidelines during the recent
scrimmage due to a slight injury. Don-
elson has been developing wonderful-
ly well and played a splendid defens-
ive game Friday.

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MOTHERM*W,~.

She is the best Mother in the world to you-and the only
Mother you will ever have. Don't you want to rnake her
happy on Mother's Day?
No one else in the world can make Your Mother so supremely happy this

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COMING SUNDAY
SOLI'S
MARIlMBA
BAND
Six Musicians
and
NAZIMOVA
in
Oscar Wilde's
"SALOME"

Mother's Day as yourself.

If President Harding sent her his personal regards

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along with a Packard automobile it wouldn't bring her a quarter as much hap-
piness as your personal 'regards along with a box of candy.
The Point Is:-Don't Fail to Send Your Mother Candy on
Mother's Day!
And if you are going to send candy, you can't get a more delicious and more
wholesome candy than that manufactured and packed by the Ann Arbor

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Notre Dame Beats, Iowa
South Bend, Ind., May 8 (By A. P.)
-After holding Iowa to 3 hits and no
runs, striking out ten batters and
keeping the Hawkeyes away from
third base for 12 innings, Dick Salvey,
Notre Dame, broke up the game by
hitting one over. The game ended
1 to 0 for Notre Dame.

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Sugar Bowl.

Every piece of candy is the work of an artist and every box is

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INTERSTATE T]LOBS
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UNRIVALLED CLOTHING VALUESi I
IN TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND TOP- ";
COATS AT $27.50. THE INTER-wi
STATE TAILORS ARE AT THE1
AMERICAN HOTEL. PHONE 123 is
-FOR APPOINTMENT. 159c-4 ~
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BOARD Ul
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ROOM AND BOARD, breakfast and ,
dinner in private family for coming
year. 1316 Geddes. 16op 001

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packed with the utmost care. Nothing could possibly be more expressive of
your affection for your Mother than one of these boxes which has been packed
for Mother's Day.

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If rue charged you five dollars a
pound for our candy we couldn't
give you any better quality-

neither could anyone else!

215 E. HURON

PHONE 214-Fl
ItIUEIEEEEhEEilEENEEus

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TYPEWRITING
TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done. Anything
from a postcard to a volume of hun-
dreds of pages.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade Phone 1718
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Students, Supply Store

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PREKETTES ANN ARBOR

A REX Special Canoe Lunch will
make-:her want to go again. Rex's

11 1 South University Ave.

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