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THE MICHIGA N JDAfLY

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I campus boxing circles, hav ehee-
OAOII SULLVAN and are slated to iincover a fasta
maI edfrG o nds at150 poundsC
PLANS RING SHOW SNavybxr nan :n exa^ lf ne ofthe former
I1 Arrallge Seven l~outs Bestween mototai"ni,, onlly,(wlC ope th
pose "l lnl in a<m< -lJat155pons
Leading Student Puglikty For ILittle ::l knotvn tat i'?t' l 1V b ~tt
Early In 1March 1Elieis i certif e 1rO(1li(t tof the ao
-----ol Uft in, , ian be )0counteod up-
XCLEA'N, INTERICOLLEGIATE lon 'to o effectively the _tricks tai
r TITLF HOLJlEU, ON'er QGR}CAV S ullivau ha;ltau t-ght. h.imn. comnely is
la rdII nOed rhna an(l can take
Coach Ted Sullivan, wil ivre the Fpuniishment f romalmost ai ny aman his
campus its first look -at toe hoxin~rweighit. ?i, t;, ,cv'ral kn;o(:Bouts , ir

AUTO CITY- MAfRATHON

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A Speedy Forward

TO BEHELD PRIL 7
START IN V'ONTIl C WITHI FINIShI
IN FIDTROIT IS ANNOUNCEDJ)
la ir 11,18-Ai1IEIIC.AN AC,

'TAGTEMMEE'
(Continued from Page One)
llrockor an~d 180'havhibothi

ITB
'HT,
done

material on the campus sonetinee in
the early part of March'l when seven
bouits of three rounds each wil be
given in a large arena 01) the 1aiain2
]loor of Waterman gymnasiumr,.
lice' of the matches lhave alreadly
beon zarrnged, the men 1aving beer,
paired at (l uat weighlts. ISullivan will
referee aniuis prepared to l1M.the n
go to It hammer mitd tong,:,for lie
heas trained them thloroughlly, and
hosses to mnake this show the most
sulcces sfIIl of any that ha s beels at-
tcflr)tdtI.
it ea vywelglits to Clash'
_'lheravywoight mill will" top the bill
.lnd Nvill bringt together White, Var-
sity foo)A~tal l player, and 1111rle4,;a for-
nr f oot lI atar nt Ohio Wosleylan,
v.~ hjowill 1, lit for 1the co, lleiaeca-
piouh ~pof Mchign. ot h of IH
vweight .1_1d arry 1t~o fists that, Willr
ma kith fakns sil up anld ta ke notice
when the o ipcijung gong is saunndei._
\Volui( t and McKecknie, 1iwro iai -
forine~rs W l ko'Nv to, timlol' oe
of~~~~~~~~~ hh.hxrggrieaiigii t

his credlit: l'Om his Ol~oufler.; in the
Navy anl c:d i li il c coninien, xith
the (exc(1)Uionl thaI lig i -. c bl ,!r and
will be going af2 .aI Ih edas
Iwhlen 1hest artid.
Al ich igan ma1<y have a e'llm mion 31box-
yefrfrom th e i oldis thiw :;'5pound
interecolle giato clliIi,;ilisj). Il i; h
a. w.ll built. li ht,.woAght a.1d1(1 i 'the
art of bo;xin gdowni (1 erfecito.In
a. purely bo:,Jtgvhbi o he could
hold his own 1S ith n ui h is
I rav~ccdiittit ;tifa :('coll_,_;e ;ic~iP.S to-
day tacecoig nto igctlun tasts.
Coacwll ,1livan ht k(1 pi l~ L
last mow oidays trying to .is Ich hi"
vvilh the :7:12" ln. rat 1I Id ;i ,i in or
Coillege nd if w&c~~u xill ac
1~~ bout. '~ov 011" plegat' c l5i~r ie:522'
A '(i i latl llIoe nil;, ;.u~. 1 Ih'I2 32l:lt.
:by I eoA4ti a~i "t o
'In fl . vill " li K> i i ~ P0
I li" ial~ lo~l I al' 12t

Entry blanks for the fourth annual12ft nheolvatan wilb
Aut Ciy araho, t bi bhiin e-able Ito (defeat thleir M"varoon opponent.
formance than, i he did at t he Purduo
treat, Saturday, April 7,,ara being sent if 11: e is not ale to turd in at better per-t
out, by the Irish-American Athletic smil"Ect xvilmen he failedl to go over 11 feet.
club, whlich stag1es this event each 1i tilte hidgh jumTlp IPurduje won from
ea. tChicago laszt week by a, leap of 5 feet,i
The race w Nill a gainl be from . Pontiac k 5 jclies. MAIcE llven and Smnith hlave(
through Il:irxiiglxam, Royal Oalt, F'ern- olllo iio f eet: thli: year and wwill1 do thlat.#
(talo, fhighlanid Pairk and D;etroit, nIo t or bectt l° in competition.
Or the course being along the Dm ie=, \an Orden and : -iides have beer.
hziflway, oItherwise known oi, woet;l- 1 consistently puttinug the shot more than
wrd a venue. '['he finish will be at ' to feet and shuctld hbe able to d(leet
os PetlOlowhre the Pace flniShed (hiag' entretes in this (wtent as the
, P i2 j 1lM l r~(,:.; w ere defeated last Saturday
A fllilext s fron'all citiciebtWe(ii New ,flyax #luwof .36 fe Let,. Sinxee.
York andl Chicago are being invitedl to 'll Martin t I lot he able to heat Stitt in.
Partiepa Ic, as well1 as those from Mon- the q (uatrte}r if the Chicagoan dloesn't
trecal, Tofonzto and ~ithe other principal'dijn etterI than u (.the s comIlls hah,
cit OS Of eastern Canaxda. It is( (zbeen doing. "Martin t clipable of ma7k-
n , (r h tl~s.at least-;75antners ,will (tt> . o.Ilc'i:, (;w1I t(':c);anuulshould do
s~imti i I h'; ea ~s evnij nin delsi t (Ni 'lI'age's. C apta inlBu rke
('hae Ieis 'I'. harl, ath~letic ccemmxitte andII Wittmnan should be able to take(
8" xatma, wx~'o bhas the race arrange-'lar'Ik care ot the dash;les in good shape. :ial-
!S .:t ill chnrge, anniounces that ten Kipike hlas replaced Miller onllthe rte-ndlorf and Rteinke will, find a close
place fl1'zes, , 0teaxT pize, and s25 met±- Varsity and..viii E o.:5('l : t huxx 'wwt x('tlO.t Il- fi I 'ogpliin thohalf' mile,
z!a w~vitt bo awarded the runners tis i'sIthoE Wolve rinze-I 'u up] ;0' ('0! ' #I U ,n wn vi lno deut i. be able Ito doife4 i.# mn
?l, mpnleitfi frtheam rz it 1 nCy iling Ihey u1..pt tltnisselves, to the
«'._n ias.,, y~ar byvthe ladstone A. ii. fit t Iral in ite.
tl mi-onto(, istf (Xj(eted to7be spirited. f, AklV ! TO IWNEl:\l "I~d' l(~l}.Ii' hgin entries for theeot will
0110 (;f 1t)0nat iona lly lotown lathl- !I'I! 1'liCM~ i' , ,4ol lovs: olash- -Capf. hur e cand
t( iCe; xWho will 1)e a i-lsro starter.Oin the nil ic .lowen and Atinu-- t ; hlaldfDais,
922 rinPd~( ' ~llc 01 ellot', Illinois \r t. O 1110W liitii- im 11owv ufan Arendte; hal aril-
('. ',lia Chicl(agos.won;Il Mlrel i 3cr cilwho a xvon all Buin; Ih luret( etaT ' Ilt I.( iik; 4'--NMfttI
a ? ll(.llI('Tink ; I('Lr it nl.'drkt~ll)13 alt, :k t ' laiis Oi Jo 'r o ;:alhot flatt
,., l :i.\il LI a aUIIO-X Il( 7il orib.H ltd)k(of I is e'a t=, 'nto f Ws Y<?.tfTz; O tl dr~ nand I inoicy ; Plko(ault --
f le to do so iho" will e"stxblish a new I1ton':;birthday. AcIelner(Flt f;; i rookr ad P1rof ser; high jiup.- lae-
i~o rd li- - ~ ~ ~-o~~ ~ ~ ~ sOciety, honorary ollg iil izat ion iforg' ,Si hehrle-ib
Al el lop, Sidney I l a II andot ot~lrtt n ~ Sell or ~wOl have ('lul":, ol It.hell H Iar ~~lI gi ,nltmrly -a
OW' ii~ )' OB it (' CV~ft5 ltcesiy , tr fithat afto'.noon inot will give a tn rimsailTtr
ly, itiut fel flr np~~f Mqci dlo OVI10 llel .0 eAiis t n1 Th'le teanarrived in Chicago this
orean iou I i cin in.honrs t D- at-u". IRhodes oP(elletra will fuir-
i1'O 1. inxAil. t'ol .1Choor n le-ishl tim music. Ticlket>; w ihiaroev $1 l~ ig nd11lw ill rest. 1 broulghit th
At hictes tles iriii ; CetT ~y blanks (an per .eulple areonrlsale a t. Wahin'S andi'* Teielwila mt: 2
;2itsinI hni t'oi .Grauhanm's ooks~los. Slafft ickeI s at .(.'clock tO'itiiht.
icc cairmn at t~le atleti ~ 1i cents a number will aals o 1)fl(' i
tocara a#.120 Wayne County :tli'~ ttSc it
riluil(ling , Iletroi#:. lEntries for the at thedane.
('(.acon01 Monday, April 2. No plost en- Dulsolan ~br
t 1505 will be accelpted.' All athletes The "Si andarl" Loose Leaf Note Knoole, '211, Imelbers or this year';
MI-st be registered and in goodl stanld- l.Ioiok. All sizes at. Wahr's 1Utiiver sity footballi teamn, ar'o at the Txivesity,
In', in the A. A. IT. which sanIctionls theb(,ookstore--- Adv. hi'iit service hospital. The 'ormlerl
tii:e.is; u-ceo vei'ingfrom Ta severe cold while

rBUY YOUR l
FO UNTAN
R IDER' S PEN SHOP
IN COLLEGE INN
The otj 'e akersw i)t he muc U;Of u aI
fast ur,, of the fer, ths RIDER MASTERPEN.w
_ It costs Sno vmore for czarqerviee. Il-pair parts mid.
REPAIRING of all awkes ofpn.-
"RIDER'SFRPE"

.. " t
ry A J
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SHE WAS.A LIAR -
S(tirad I e gt11t )

SHE WAS A H YPOCI TE
SHE WAS ANCEAT--
(nnd bewitd3Iug)

otiihiave

1)oon 1)1:4 Oheda ga in aw! '''
ha~ve alays Wta'l l l

0; ,1- %.r11001 or thIll imare of theo pil-
ion Iitat I ing i vil be chiangedoi' -
ler tis mma tc, 1)0111 asiun t unuiitirve
iii amaizteur circles Iai . mnonir it
hanveo)t hadi.6. chlance to dispi :1 y timeir
1VaIre(Ss inOcethat time.,
Sophomore"',a.)11(1 res iima.lm
tle third go a.t 122 poundls. These0
men are beginners; at the manly fart
Anmi have givenm'considlerable pronmise
of lecozli u lfll. : ofivet illn lte ri g
game tl if theoy cont inue their txaiinijig.
Littli:-; s>known as LoWhat to cx-
ied fromn then iIn threir first public
- alj)earance, but it is certai to lbe a
succecss from start to finish with the
i-e.shmnan' having the edge on the
sop hoaorve as a result cif_ past en-

ont (St(;IiiiI. 1an loluliv,"n.ot 71)5;prl--
i'-eu l th tl l 11 coiflitiolls 11inht: m'g'ht
t ( .).15 E:c ; l- F Ilt a x-w i ' b e I-ilio~~tt1w-
'oi-e t1 he mlatch(Iistarts.
Sll1iva'i, s i;al ?7o ;~ii ltfd',~"iag liltl ii-
anall 1-camauils boxing 1 uurli'lament,
11rovlflijuhe mcii xx' l ill tira imm. If it
'is decidled to ho1( l on, Ithe show vwill
h le lint0on iin canjunc-tion with I fitoe In-
trmmulral Ii'flt~nemt pr~ogra.i
I wrtr t i; l'inI- o ImI
For the benAii o01 at icnt ;, a Rem-
.Iin~toii Por-t able0 1yl)'w iteVl iabeeim
piac odl im Lang Mll, I brough lio hecon-
tesy of Stacy It. 1Hlack, '24 .1 Si lmt:
agenmt for thmeReumington comipanly. It

YET NO (ONE tLWITD
HAND A*GA1NST HR-
WIty

"THE FLIRT"

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WVIll tol. you raliy.at. tile ajestic
Next Week.

Counters. f CSL be uselat a11 tiliies
Hlopsel andi Yott, newcomers in ceptiomm of Sundaly.

xvitlm he ex-

4 IC LAS SIFI E oflits
CLOSES LOSES
At 3 P.M. ADVERTJINPG A 3 P.M.

WOLVERINES LOSE
TO GO+IPHERS, 6-3
(Conmtinuedl from Page One)
by the hard ice anu. lack of exper-
fence, showed promise of developing
into a capable pivot. Beresford and
Anderson displayed several flashes
of form that showed the outcome of
their experijence andi coaching this
season. They hlavel advanced steadily
inmder Coach Darss' ttelage,.
R Aichigan will face Mlinnelsota againr
t his evenling inl the second gamtie 'of
t11e present series.
Suttntaiy: ,_
MICHIGAN 1MINNESOTAj
A nderson ....... R.'W.......Bartlett
B~exesford------..L.W------.Pond (C)
' -londet-son .......C;.....---Swanson.
MacDuff (C) ... -. L.D:........yatt
Kahn----------Rit.D..........Mann
Comb ............G........Graham

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I -ave You Visited th~e New
Wc Carry Best Quality pear aCt Extremely Low Prices.
A new shipment of Neckwear, all popular colors arid stripes,
arrived. Silk and Wools, and Pure Silk Ties.

Lost Something? Let a "Daily"
if led ad find it for you.--A iv,

MIVUOAJI WAJLY
CImWiU4 tes.ToCOeto per ward a day,, pid is advanec Mlui-
tt , cb&r t or first day, M~o.' Miunium tba-ear~& , 20c. Three
dents Mer Word per day If charged. White. sp ch dargad fo at rotei
at Go pm apgu Us.. Cs bbd, chairged oulY to tbose having iitw ea.
J&W au Tw.o1v geats ptbi*m, without m trat, paiOa civ a ncse.

Z asa ti.' hltter hasu unolemgone a. mninor nose

Values up to $1.50 at 85c each

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WEL ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF TOU3ACCOS
AT CU.T RATES%

N(ITICJ.
REPLIES to -the following boxes are
ait the Daily office: JSIIV'.D.13.,]
F.MV.M., L.H.IL., K.])., .11.13., C.S.,
C.P.S., L.C.S.
WAN TI)
ROONIMATE ITMMEDIATELY. Excep-
tionally pleasant and convoei't lo-
cqation,-" E. Iii rou, St. two lI.ockn.-
from c amplus. Secondl floor suite,
weoll lighted and furnishedl. Two at
$4.150. Fellow of quiet., . ;tuoi.ll
charaicter desired. Call 524-,J. 98- z
WANTED-Wll heated double room
or sulite by two uppcrclas~mtAinl
quiet'lhome. Will payr$3 eaceh. (rive
piarticulars. Box IR . )Ii. 97-
'WANTED-Young and. healthy me ia
%veighing about 150t pounds at the
tiiversity Tospital for blood donl-'
(i-s, See Dr. JMorrill. 97 -3
WATED)-Yourn; lady wan s ic 1fe,
comfor°olable-, sing~le room inl jprivts "e
lfroiiif near caimpis. ('aill (aver-;

-- ___- Goals: Micigan, Mac'.Tuff 2, lien-
dem-on 1; Minnesota, Pond 3, Bart-
-~ ~~*ilett 1, Wyatt 1, Bros 1.
_______-Penalties: Michigan, MfacDuff 1 mm~-
LOST-Fountain pen with broken cap, ute, Henderson 1 minute; Minnesota.,
this Imorning between 9:30. and 1t)1 Wyatt 4 minutes, Mann 1 minute,

CMLS
LUCKY STRIKES
CHESTE FIELDS

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iLarge Package
13c
Carton $1.28

-.Thirtiet
Anual"IMay Fsiva
HILL AUDITORIUM-I-ANN ARB3OR
FOUR-DAYS-May 16,11,Y8, 9 --SIX UNCEO
SOL OISTS1
GIUS EPPE [DAN ISE, (Ba rit, o
MEirl'llROPO."I'PAN OPER~a lA COtMPANY
IBENIAMINO GGI,Trenor
3 ~'TROPO LITA N OE4RA COM PA NY,
JEANNE GORDON, Coni1rallo
SUZANNE KEENER, Sopralo'
FLORENCE MAC BETH. S opranI o
CHIC'AGO OERtAC'a yO
CHAR LES MAr'RSHALL, Tezw
ERNA RU.;BINSTEIN, violinis
A X)ISTiNGl."iiS:1hF~ AiSt -I1'll °
ERNEST. SCHELfLING Pfiist
A ItENOW N113) V I RTIJOi4
I LT OP THEJ METROPOLI0TAN OPER-A iOMPANY
CLARr EN/+CE EHyy II.I ,4ar'iiiw
ORGNIZAT NS
THE CHILDREN'S CHORUS
(ho500 OCES-) .
THE CHICAGO -SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(70 PLAYRS

bxetxx-een lill St. and 'ITappt Ha-ll.:
I+ indor please metutrnmto 9:21 Churcm1
St.
LOST-A while gclol wrist wAatchl, oba-'
long inl shape, Monday ijimtoli
Maynard sI roe:elfar Libel-I y. I h--
S w , rd o ffereo l lP one 2111-W . 97-2 lLd e ' b o n c r c~
S coat at frater-nity d oance last 551-
uirday evecnini,. Rowa u-A - flea;.~
ca]l1 16. ~ it
LOST-Cmo lx, ita~i Itill And itror-
ittnn. Finder call -439. I,,boralt-
warol. 98-2
LO)STi- --'ounta iii VertIhaving Pultl j{,1.
A. 1). Al. on goldt 0;)p. Pliomi 1287.'
ILOS'I-'Jwo five oolat-c IotI1kh-o tj.
jNotify Plazna. it26;If 97-2
LOSTl----C rO'o-i founitalin pon near (:ammu-

B~artlett 1 minute.
Substitutions: Micigan, Petermann
for Macbtff, MacDuff for Petermanu;
Minnesota, Bros for Swansonm, Swan-
son for Brtos.
Referee:H-amiil tonm, Detroit.
Scor'e by ])rlods:
Michigan-------------23

Milano Paper

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LIBERTY TOGGERY AND SMOKE SHOP

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1iy 7.0-1W-2 pius. ( alt 1720-3.
S-iJDE:NT wahings Wanted. Sag~s- ! FOJR R
f. i: fiio11 guarateed- 1.Phone 261,V1.
1I VClt RT7-S!3'a:

11 lio-atosty l;Ie or

Corduroy Coats, Sheepskins, O'Coats
and all winter garments
Leather and Suede Jackets

FOR SALE I ( 'licap. 5 I2 1;( sIiLibet Iy. 1Cal 11870
I . 14-21.
IfOR SAI.-Folzling Ilainniond Tlyke-
writer with leath~ler case and Iwo F{OU tENT-Lar-ge l"ih. w'ar'm roturn,
extra set[s of typo. i'Used less M~tai, Verym-soh'.Cl 1- or evenl-
ithre-e months. Tel. 2884-R. S-2 ings. 4,30i9 \asiltonarw. 98-2
1001 SA Ei-l3uedc(her -AAhMOely Sax- BOARD
opione. sedI one month. $65. Px-
(coptionflI buy. Call Joe 1619-11. 1BOARD-- At Green(-';, lining .hootis,
We (serv ' holfle imadiecakes, pie,
brown anint'breao(l. 812 1I.Cat Ii-
V~lt ,1tl.I-Renlington i Poiable erine. -944-,
''ypexvritoirs. Student dealer MSCLLNEU
tLACK '1 2 THO3CMPSON, .1129-. ICLAE
g S) 9-1( Lj INT S'C[l'(l)N'l'S hIcetd sedan
TYPEWRITERSleaves Fr-idaty iighls r-eturining'Sun'-
(ay night. ]tailt-oaol bates. Phlonle
rV'WIVRTT14'l1- Rmingtorn. $15;i,: 394-a..9!7--2

'Aviator's

Hclrnets and Driving Glovxes

CONDU 0R
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Plaid Blanket

Shirts,

Corduroy, Moleskin

and, 0 1). Wool Army Shirts

AND
FREDERICK STOK
GUSTAV HOLST
Distinguishe'd- commiposer-condluctor who' will come from England
especially to conduct time Americtan premiere of is "hlymn of Jesus"
wvhich will be suing iby thme C(hhomo'aUnion at ,the Thu lay E41vening
Concert,
COURSE TICETS
$5, $5.50, $6t $7
(If "Festival Coupon" from Choral Union is returned, deduct $3.00)
1. Sit hseri bers of record to 'Pafronii Tickets" may secure old locn.
don tI~uf order reaches offie on or before ffarch 3.
2.Orderg from ot her suhseriberx iwill bef fled. andh filled in orr oi*tf

Wool Blankets and Auto Robes

Olive:, $;15; '-ammnond, $25;, L. C.
Sithf~ ,$35; Royal, $40; UInderwvood1, l. NOlItMA-VTON HlTlI lE3I, teatCher 01:
$-l0; Corona, $25 up; .a few new of I illliniteo-.S i,87N
the earlier model $40.. Renting &rjMatin. T1elepimone (611-M. 9 4-
Repairing. LET US do your laundry wor-k. First.
0. T). MORRILL, 17 Nickels Arcade class hand work guaranteed. Phoni .
9-'2569. 97-7'

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