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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

dThe Daily "Classified" Columns VETERAN STEVE FAFIREL PLEA[SED
Ifi A@9teIt! cI ITHIS WITH VARIYTRACK RESULTS

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if the results Yeer, .1day s how their were: Anderson 3,54,m~ -,a a n 4m ':29'9-5, rndt 4:38, 2-5., RearkI
strength., ;,~ ad 9 fe-et2 Gunn 5-5.4::A 3-5 and Griffin 4:40. !Arndt

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LII@@I'IL ICLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

AT 3 P.M.

NOTICE
Replies to the following boxes are at
the Daily office: L.E.B., V.TD.B., M.
K.S., I.D., C.B.S.

IelrExp(-"(' S;0"tIsfatioii at the ever, -the' results Of the high jump~r
Relts (A' o Yesterday's stand ouit as remarkable. Smith
linloi' arkscleared the bar at 6 feet 1 inch and1
COMPETITION IN ALL EVENTS ; cleared that height by a good margin.
KiEEN AS. MEE'TS lA.)031-NE~ARI Smitllh hit shown himself to have thej
Imakings of an. unusual jumper. Last
"Taking the track mIee't yesterday year he had trouble at times in cleair-t
afternoon as a whole, the rclsults wereI ing 5 feet 7 inches. McEliven also
she;wed up well in this event and was'
most satis4actorv in fact the affa~ir! _..-

FOIR RENT
STUDENTS, ,you want rooms for tbo
second semestgr; well furnished,
good neighborhood, near. restaur-
ants, shops, campus, You want
rooms light and clean with a hot
water shower you can use any time]
and you want these at reasonable
rates,, alright, call W. Forman, 632
Church. Team up with three or four
friends and get special rates, same
place. 91-3!
P OR RENT-Large front suite with
private lavatory, for two or three
-students. Also single room. BOARD'
by week or seperate mneals, hom1e
cooking. 1021 E. Huron St. Phone
t 481-R. -92-2a

rent. Pl1easant surroundings. 1027
E. Huron St. 93
FOR RIENT-Front single room, sec-
ond floor. Call 2863-W. 923 Green-'
wood Ave. 93
FOR RENT-One double room. $2.50
for each'student. Roommate for an-
other student. 1005 Packard. 92-2
Comfortable front suite for girls. Rent
reasonable. Tw3o blocks from, cam-
Ipls., Call 738-W. 90-4t

was better than any meet M\ichigan
has had inmnly dvear's,' Coach Far-
rell said regarding the trials that
wore held yesterday afternoon in Wa-
tejman gymnasium.
More than 300 spectators witnessed

only defeated by 1 inch by Smith.
Hubbard shone in the hurdles, high
and low; Brooker and Presser ;howed
strength ini the pole vault; Boweni in
j 'ho mile; Reinke in the halt mile;
1WittIman in the sprints; and Isbell
and Davis in the two mile.

tine iost meet nt.'LI d te vars1LLaii Weak it Shot Ptul
men ave ad snce he oenin ci The shot put was the first event. of
the 1923 season. There was consid- the a' cerneon and the results were
erable enthusiasm3 shown in some ofj disappointing. Van Orden waS by far
t a,. longer racfo- and when the high the best man, throwing the shot 42
jumpe(-rs and pole vaulters made feet 9 inches. Van Orden is good for
sl)ectaculaur jumps. over 42 fet at any time bu1t in strong
Smtith 0ood i i 1u113 conpettiton must dto better than this
It is difilult to pierk out the event Ito place high. Hindes is the only
in which the men showed the best other shot putter that has a chance
form for this time of the year, how- of placing in any of the coming meets

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PLEASANT FRONT ROOM with fire-
place for two~ boys or married
couple; also double room, suite, and
third Idor room-s. MHodern, warm.;
reasonable. 711 Haven Ave. -402-M.
92-2

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LARGE FR)-NT ROOM for rent. Will
accoihmodate two boy's or* will be
rented to one. Price $5 for one or
$2: 50 apiece for two. 604 Mary St..
Phone 986.-RP. 92-2

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FOR RENT-Sleeping porch and largeI
fronit room in new, house; shower
bath; wanted two instructors or uP-
perclassmen, with car. Call 2962-
W, 92-"2

FIVE ROOM furnished apartment for
rent; steam heat and all modern
conveniences. Occupancy about Feb.
1. 714 W. Hu~ron. Phone 1487-R.
- 92-21

SINGLE AND DOUBLE ROOMS ALSO
SUITE FOR '2, OR 3 MEN.: ONE
HALF BLOCK FROM CAMPUS.
REDUCED PRICES.' CALL A T 0431
TAPPAN. 93

FOR RENT-Two exceptionally desir-
able double study rooms, small don,
mitory. Mlust be seen. to be appre-
ciated.. Rates reasonable. 1016 Ei
University Ave. 93

WANTED-Young man, single to call
on retail trade selling wrapping pa-
per and paper sundries. Write;
giving age, experience, salary ex)
pected, and place of residen -c. Box
C.S., D~aily. 91-3
WANTED-Student, preferably Ili
freshman to room with two fresh-
men secondl sehiester. Two roi:lf'
suite. Hot and cold water. 439 3.
Division. Call 1820-11. 93
WANTED---3 tickets for Ukrainian
National Chorus concert. *.Main floor
seats. Call Smith, 1057 between (61
an(1 7. 92-2
W~ANTD-Senior wishes a room withi
a quiet family, anywhere south o43
{the campus. Box R.H.B., Daily. 93
ROOMMATE WANTED to share suite
of roomis. }One block from c amrpus.i
Call '1805-M. Daniels. 92-2
WANTED-A club of twenty boys to
board, and rooms for ten. Phlone
1207-J. 9I
WANTED-Comnpanion for trip to
Europe next summer. Write Jimiia
Michigan Daily. 92-2
WANTED-Student and family wash-
ings. Phone 2873-M S2-13
WANTED--J-Hop ticket. Call Ken-
rick. 1443-R. 9R:
J-1100. TICKET wanted. Phone W
T. White, 120. 92-2
WANTED-J-Hop ticket. Call 2525-
R. 9
WANTED-J-Hop ticket. Call 2871 -
M . F. R 93.1
EX MARINES AT.TE7N'1k0N
Will sell a new made to order Marine
Corps seal ring, just received fromi
Balfour Co. at 25 per cent discount.
':fee Selby at 1325 Washtenaw, Sun-
day between 3 and 7 p. In. 93C
PIANO-Big bargain, Haines Broth-
ers' sweet toned piano, excellent
condition. 508 E. Ann.. 2450-J.
92-2
FOR KATY-A! pair of tubular skate,
~4~I~ 1-2skating shoes. Apply
Daily, box E.C.P. 3j
LOST
LOST-Phi Beta Pi pin, initials F.Y.
M. on back. Please call 344. Re-i
wad. . R'
LOST-Alpha Gamma Delta pin. Find-(
er please notify Voa Byers, 904-R.
90-2 t
FOUND
,r01TU-At C~ider's lien shop, a real
fountain pen for exams. 81

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For dinner tod~v:
Many . Menu
Features.

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XA[ ETHER you desire a
VYlight dinner or an entire
feast you'll enjoy it most b T
eating at The Mich igran.
Foods in an almost unlimited
variety, s uper b ly prepared
and modestly priced are Sun-
day' dinner features.

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FOR RENT-F6r, second' semester,
large front room for two boys. Priv-
- ate family. Warm and pleasant in
every respect. 535 .Packard St. 93
FOR RENT-.2 unfurnished suites,
suitable for light housekeeping. Ono
block from campus. 425 Church
St. Phone! 2822-M. 93
SMALL SINGLE room for rent, one
block from campus, to, girl in grad-
iate department, office, or library.
816 E. Washington St. 92-2
SUITES, SINGLE AND DOUBLE
V ROOMS for rent, comfortable and
reasonable in price. 330 E. Ann St.
{Phone 3041-W: 91-3
FOR RENT-+ComfortaObl" fronit'suite
and single room-in quiet house. Very
reasonable. 337 E. Jefferson. Cal:
811-W. 92-2
FORL RENT-Suite for two or three
men. Block from campus. Steam
heat. 'Call 2927-M. 618 E.' Liberty.
91-3
FOR RE~NT-1 suite. Two or three
boys or two doubles. Plenty of light,
steam heat, shower. 536 Thompson.
92-2,
FOR RENT-Front suite room for one
or two students. Convenient for
-~medics. Steam heat. 317' N. Thayer.
1 1346-R. 9
FOR RENT-One single and one
double room. Convenient to cam
pus, restaurant, etc. 720 Arbor St.
FOR RENT-Warm, quiet roam', for
girl student. Southeast section,
Price $3.50. Box M.L., Daily. 93
FOR RENT-Sunny single room for
rent next semester at 546 Packard
St. Phone 776-R. 93
FOR RENT-:Large steamheated suite,
-> one block from campus. Board if
desired. Call 981-L\ .93
FOR RENT-Large, pleasant, front
room suite, half block from campus.
631 Tappan ┬░Ave. 93
FOR RENT--:Suite and double room
for boys. Near "corner of State and
Packard. 711 Arbor. 1668-.M. 931
FOR RENT-Beautiful suite and largo
double_ front room for girls. 536
Elm St. 93
SINGLE ROOM for rent, with private
family; two blocks from campus.
Phone 3289-J. 02-2
FOR RENT-Three housekeeping
rooms. 214 S. Ingalls St., phone
854-J. 92-2

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Cafeteria

612, East Liberty

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TYPEWRITERS
TRADE your old typewriter in for a
Remington Portable. We wi=.1 call'
and deliver. Stacy R. Black, 432
Thompson. 1128-J, . 93
IF you want a bargain in a typewxit-'
er call Black, 1128-J. 432 Thoiip-
eo. TYPEWRITING*
Have your MANUSCRIPTS typewrit-
ten by experienced TYPISTS. Bid-
dle's Book Store, 11 Nickels Arcade.
r 76-21
FUIUNITURE
DO YOU KNOW we have the most
completely equipped plant in, the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-
ing, and Upholstering of furniture?
Phone 381-W. P. B I-lARDING. 88-21
SITUATION WANTED
WANTED-Position as ladies' maid'
during 3-Hop parties. Phone 1398-
M. 92-2.
NOTICE
RIDER PEN SERVICE with every penI
purchased at Rider's Pen Shop.
88-211
FOIL]HIRE

CHOICESELEECTIONS ,
WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR
itIAnnouncing
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The very latest patterns, distinctive in appearance, quality,
and fit, of special importance are:
An exclusive ONE EYELET STYLE in SATI
with SUEDE trim. Plain pump and one strap patterns in
new designs continue their popularity.
Prices range from $7.50 to $1 1.50
We have been fortunate in receiving just a few more pairs of
the new SILVER CRYSTAL CLOTH that is
so different and so hard to procure.

FOR HIRE-Enclosed car, by hour or,
trip. Phone 1758-R. 85-21
BOARD

TO SEE IIEYT3 IS TO WANT A PAIR

FOR RENT-A - clean, WArha single

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