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AMAUER CHOSEN CAPTAIN V IE
Urbana, Ill., April 5.-Johnny Mau-
er, speedy sophomore forward on the umn 4
Illini basketball team which tied for I
first honors, was chosen captain of
N next yearfive. Mauer earned N.his
IVarsity berth after the 'season ggam'
rst Stringers Win 10 Inning Game under way, developing rapidly with First Matcn Scheduled for April 19E
By score Of 10.2 On competition. Mauer will be the first When First Four Men Will
Big jiamond junior to captain a major sport since Meet Indiana Tem
-,.1918, when Ingwersen Iead the foot-
URLFS MORE EFFECTIVE ball eleven as a junior. CAPTAIN RORICH IS ONLY,
THAN IN FIRST ENCOUNTER VETERAN REMAIKING FROM 192:3
Using the big diamond for the first left the scene and also kept the After two weeks of elimination play,I
ne this season, Coach Ray Fisher's opposition away from the platter. The i the first cut in the Varsity tennis
trsity baseball squad held another regulars got to Jablonowski with some squad has been announced and theres
'actice game yesterday afternoon, regularity, but "Pete" had consider-R remain on the net roster 18 men from
hich resulted in a 10-2 victory for able "stuff" on his offerings. Rein-f whom four will be selected to crossa
e fist team. The game went ten ert pitched good ball except for his I rackets with the University of Indianas
T inability to locate the plate. squad at Bloomington on Saturday,
The battle estarted with Gillman The fielding was fair. The first April 19.
tching for the regulars and Torrey string infield pulled off some fast The squad as it now stands consists
rt the yannigans. The scrubs drew work, but the scrubs gave their pitch- of Captain Rorich, Brick, Crane,
t blood ithen tchmad drew aWbaseters poor support. Their throwing was Goldsmith, Creiner, Guenin, Hartwell,
balls in the third inning. Weitzel decidedly off, and failure to peg ac- Hodgman, Holland, Merriam, O'Brien,
t safely and Bachman went to third curately between the bases put them Schaefer, Segall, Slowinski, Tracy,
e completed th trip by stealing in many holes. The regulars came Vose Walbridge and Wright. Of
Sand lst run gans fourth. Par- through with a double play in the these men Captain Rorich is the lone;
r- wvalked, went to second on' Har- ninth.aeitnelgot anptseandNev i- -J wearer and from present mdi-
~' sacrifice, took third when Shaugh- poled a long one in the general dir- 'ain h erh fvtrn il
F3r' ce okthr hn huh ection. of* Herb Steger in cen1ter field, . cations' the dearth of veterans will t
ssy was thrown out, and scored on Steger ine and field, make it tough sleighing for the coach-I
passed ball. The regulars came Stegzrespetredntse'bal and tht es to turn out a team to compareI
Weitzel between second and third. A
Ek in., their half of the fourth and nice throw to Wilson beat the runner favorably with last year's net squad.
ored once. Wilson worked Jablon- to first In order to insure the certainty of
raki, who replaced Torrey, for a In spite of the necessary absence of giving every man a chance, to prbve i
ss. Hits by Giles and Dillman Jack Blott and Harry Kipke, the win- his worth and to grab off every possi-
shed the first-sacker. ners came through with some effect- bje prospect, another opportunity will I
The regulars forged ahead in the ive hitting. Dillman was especially be given those men who have been
xth when three hits, a walk and vociferous with the stick, hitting safe- cut to make a second try for the squad.a
ree errors brought Dillman, Hag- ly on three occasions. Wilson, who The men who failed to survive the
rty, and. Baker across the platter. had a peculiar day at bat. He walked first cut and all other prospective
d more counters came in the next four times, got on base once on a tennis players, will have their oppor-
e. Dilianuedy Haggerty force and another time on a fielder's tunity on Tuesday, April 22.f
gled, and a squeeze play with Baker choice. ihgns or-cedl o h
tnting the ball brought Dillman in.cIce Michigan's court schedule for the {
ggerty went to second and cashed After the game, Coach Fisher gave coming season has been announced
on Coleman's single to center. ers sti rkout. Wil and will have the Wolverine racket
onClmnssnl ocne.json, Giles, Dillman, Haggerty, and welessrigihmu o w
inert entered the box for the losers DeView were the ones included in the Eilders serving hem up for two
the eighth' and was afflicted with a session, ant showed excellent form. Eastern aggregations besides the us-
eak of wildness. Four walks, a The play of the first string for ual Confrence schools. An attemptl
,is being made to book matches.wt
ider's choice and a sacrifice fly liner indicates that the Varsity nine.
ve the first stringers three tallies. will be well equipped defensively. M. A. C. and the Saginaw Tennis
the ninth, Wilson forced Sheehan, I Bachman, Sheehan, and Coleman shag- club and if these proposed matches
nt to second on an error, and scored ged flies when the infielders had fin- materialize they will be played on
en Dillman drove a single to left. ished. April 28 and May 3 at the Ferry field
either team scored in the 10th, l op FiAer will name the men courts.6
Yesterday's game was rodtie ho are to go on the southern trip The 'balae 'f the 1924 schedule
better pitching than in Thursday's after one or two workouts next week. follows:
counter. Torrey held the regulars May 7-Notre Dame at Ann Arbor.
oreless during the three innings, he!-
is'r,' th ehill, 'wh5e ethe eamiiRansItua i g pVsit $egin 'Ma17 '-Wisconsin at Madison..}
re unable to cross the plate after Brussels, April 5.-A n official invita- Ma 1M-Penn' State at Ann Arbor.
e fourth. Walters gave them one ,"tion l s4bgen e4tpde4 Kgg.egdi- May 23-24--conference championships.
n in the fourth, then shut them and and Queen Marie of Rumania to t hlicgo.
visit Brussels. Their arrival is ex- May 26-Chicago at Chicago.
SHs'undehand delivery eviden .P ed e!'xt nottl . -.Ma3y 29 Colgate at. Anh Arborn
had the hitters guessing. Stephen May' 0 -Iowa af Ann Arbor.'
)k up the hurling after Walters had Patr'nie Daily -A't ised. Adv. May 31-Ohio State at Ann Arbor.

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MAT TOURNEY BRINGS
FORTK GOODMAERIAL
Freshmen, most of them inexperi-
enced, were mostly victors in the all-
campus wrestling tournament staged
by the intramural athletic department.
Many good prospective Varsity
wrestlers were brought out in the
meet, and most of them will report
to Coach Dick Barker for the tryouts
next winter.
A freshman, Harry Sinclair, pro-
vided one of the tournament surprises
when he felled Cletus Galloway, '25E,
an experienced member of the Varsity;
squad of last season. They wrestled
in the 158 pound class.
John Davis, '27, won the 115'

pound eliminations, and Stanley liar-
ris, '27E, was winner in the 125
pound class. -
Two good Varsity pirospects appear-
ed when Adelbert K. Toepper, '27, de-
feated Hyman Lifschitz, '27, in the 135
pound class. In the 145 pound class
E. W. P'hilips, '271E, was wihiner over The boxing public has a right to be
W. Williams. Dexter Greiling, '27E, peeved at Battling Siki. The battling
was winner in the 175 pound class. Seng tlese certainly' is giving the pui-
In the heavyweight section Louis lie a dirty heal. One of the bestfights

Goldstein, '2", defeated Rosenheim.
FOOTRALL NOTICE
Try-outs .for assistant foot-
ball managerships should report
j at 2 o'clock, April 22 at the Ferry
field club house. Freshmen and
men having three years in the
University are eligible.
SFootbaill Manager.

he has staged since crossing the At-
lantic recently to the U. S., was put
on in Havana the other night and not
a ticket was sold for it.
Siki took on a stevedore. The con-
queror of Carpentier had had four
little skirmishes with- lesser lights
that night. He went out of his class
when he picked the dock husky, how-
ever. The stevedore caught him flush
on the chin with a nice big sugar
bowl.

"It sure was a sweet one," remark-
ed the lucky bartender who wItnessed
the mill.
Doc May Holds
Gvm Tournament
An all-campus gymnastic tourna-
ment was held yesterday afternoon
in Waterman gymnasium under the
2upervision of Doc May with tl:e fol-
lowing results:. side horse, Felver,
first, Ireland, second; parallel bars,
Cranage, first, Tierson, second; hori-
zontal bars, Tierson first, Netzler,
second; tumbling, Schouten, first,
Smith second.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING '.
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

FA z .S Fe
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

RAIO
IMPORTED radio sets, detector and
two stage amplifiers, best of mater-
ial and, workmanship. Complete
with batteries, bulbs and phones,
$75.00. Wahl, 1137 Forest, 792-W.
FOR RENT
SPLENDID FRONT room for girl. 418,
Thompson.

BY BUSINESS GIRL: furnished lightI
housekeeping apartment, one or
two rooms near campus. First floor
preferred. Call 1555-R.
AN EXPERIENCED insurance solic-
itor. Reply giving phone number}
for appointment. Box 4 care of The
Daily.
LADY WOULD like sewing, mending,'
or care of children. $2.50 per day
and car fare. References. Call
1363-W.
ROOM FOR TWO students close to
the campus. At once. 1012 Forest'
1767-J.
WOMEN to know you can buy dishes,
kitchen wares, and notions at your
own figure. Visit our Sale to raIn
all this week. Closing out all
goods bought up to March 1st.
HOME SUPPLY STOR E
209-211 East Washington St.
Ann Arbor
MEN to know we are closing out ourj
entire stock of mens waves dnf
furnishings bought up to March 1st.
29-211 E!;,Wsington St.
Ann Arbor,

FCR SALE

DRESSMAKING & TAILORING
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needle vork of all
inds. Experienced wt rkmanship.
MRS. R. T. ?LEAH
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-,W.
WASTED HELP
SALESMAN WANTED. Guaranteed
salary and commission.. Experienc-
ed preferable. Permanent position,
Apply 708 First National Bank
Building, Saturday morning.
STUDENT WITH sales experience to
sell a high' grade electrical'outfit in
Holland during the spring vacation.
Address particulars to F. Bauer, 153
W. Western Ave., Muskegon, Mich.
SALESMAN WANTED to call on Ford
owners. $25 daily. Why work
hard? Our article sells itself. See
J. H. Bell, Whitney Hotel.

GEORGE BISCilOFF

Choice Cut Flowers and Plants
Phone 809 -F-i 220 Chapin St.

CGARAGE FOR rent. 1339 Washtenaw
Call S52-J,'
SINGLE ROOM in new house. Call
Sunday, 334 E. Jefferson.

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FORDS
Tourings................$40 up
Tourings with starters ... $110 up
See Buffington
620 Monroe Phone 1118-J
FINE SET of law books, The North-
western Reporter, Price $200, at
your own terms. Mrs. Geo. H.
Morrison, 127 Delaware St., S. W.,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
TWO MAY FES.IVAL coupons. Call
339J2-M.

A FOUR ROOM apartment, nicely
furnished. 607 E. Williams. I'hone
129-R.
SINGLE ROOM, new house, someone
who wishes a room for the summer.
t 334 E. Jefferson St.
SINGLE ROOM, attractively furnish-
ed, well lighted, inprivate family,
price reasonable. 1018 East Uni-
versity Avenue. Phone 1238-J.
A :TT Erfl' o r ant fn--- -4---- . -Y

EXPERIENCED male cook for boys
summer camp. Inquire at Lane
Hall. Phone 1693.
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SCHILLER PIANO, excellent
$150 cash. Phone 2522-W.

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WILL SELL or rent large house with
accommodations for 24. Suitable
for either fraternity or sorority.

Splendid location.
Marksman, 1680-R.

Phone

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54110 0LfTMi l ,, S pR baC
Call 233-.1 and We Will Teil
You llow
L. B. ABBOTT it. J. CHICIK
336 S . lohision
TYPEWRITING
XLL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time cop)
holders, rubber stamps, r ibnons
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPE1WATITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sav. Bank Bldg.

SBElAUTIFUIJ hand ktd swAers.
A selection eflattist kis, s and ol-E
ors. Prices rcasonable. Call at 923
Greenwood.
FOURTEEN YARDS Filipino gauze
{ white, for evening gown. For Sale!
cheap. Tel. 2948-J.
IANAN SHOES, oxfords, black calf
size 4 1-2 B; and brown kid, samne
size. Tel 2948-.
SPECIAL RIDING boot for ladies or
Cents for a few days only at $15.00
made to your measure. ANN ARl-
BOR CUSTOM SHOE FACTORY.
NOTICE TO Fraternity in the best
building site to be had, only six
blocks east of ca mpus. 132 foot
frontage on Oswego, Paved street,
between Hill and Gedde;,, ov(',look-
ing the .Huron Valley. See this be-
fore you buy. Herman Polske.
Phone 312-M.

. gut A'' to ren t for tw o or three _f
boys. 417 E. Washington.
RQOMS FOR transients" by day or EASTER
week. $1.00 per day or $5.00 per
week. Ralph T. Swezey, 509 Thom-~~ CANDIES
pson St. Phone 2970-W.=
$55.00 MONTHLY. Furnished, first Se our splendid assortment o
floor, light-housekeeping rooms. s
Near H igh School, Will rent eggs and rabbits, Seect- yours
furnished if desired. Phone 2970- en.
. Rai1ph . Swezey, .ealy.Sendsme home.,
FOUNTAIN PENS
. FOUNTAIN I'EN INSUJRA:CIE.
have your name engraved on your
)(n or pencil, price 25 certs Buy na-. =C
tioytally known fountain pens an pink
' O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade,7n
and forget you! troubles 749 N. University
REAL ESTATE l tllIlll tilJIIltIliiI.lilliWJ;tt '

NE.RLY ONE ACRE

West Side
Price is right

L. '0. Carr & C. J. Tremmel-
17 Sav. Bank Bldg. Phone 441-F-1.

TYPIS2 with YEARS of EXPERI-
ENCE give the most satisfactory re-
sults. Bring your manuscripts to
us. BIDLEIS BOOK STORE,
No. 11 Nickels Arcade.
MISCE1A4NEOUS
Vie Place Where You'll Be Satisfied
HOSPITAL SUPPLY CO.
Geo. Glitzenbirn3, Mgr.
Makers and Dealers in
Surgical and Scientifical Instruments
Abdoninal Belts, Artificial Limbs
iraces, Trusses, Arch Supports
Experimental Work of All Kinds
Microtome Knives Ground and Other
Fine Grinding
Plating and Repair Work
216 E. Washington St.
Telephone 2961.-
GENTLEMEN
All jokes aside come in and get a.
real Honest to Goodness pair of shoes'
made to your order. From $8.50 and
up.
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE
FACTORY
LET US PUT your yard in shape for
spring. Nursery Stock and Land-
scope Gardening. Call 2842-W.
Ann Arbr LandĀ°cape Co.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.

THE GRAND Piano now being used
by Thle Matinee musical Society.I
Price $500. Write Box No. 14 care
of the M',ichigan. Daily.
ONE SINGLE tube regenerative radio
set of 1000 miles receiving radius.
Receives both coasts under favor-
able conditions. Complete with dry!
cell vacuum tube. Jessup, 920
Greenwood, Phone 2959-M.
FIVE FULL blooded airdale dogs.
For information, phone 197 ring-2,
2 or write Fred Kleinschmidt, Sal-
LOST
PARKER FOUNTAIN pen Thursday i
afternoon between campus and M.
C. Depot. Call M. Walker, 217.
PEN PART of gold Wahl pen. Lost
between Newberry Hall and Memor-
ial Hall. Call Doris Wheeler, 1934-
R.
GOLD EVERSHARP pencil Friday
night. Finder phone 863-J. Valued
as keep sake. Reward.
THETA CI fraternity pin. Finderj
call 30-M.

THE PROCKNOW
GARAGE

USED CARS
23 Buick 4 Touring, mnechanically
perfect.
23 Durant Touring, driven 6,000
miles, looks like new.
22 Oakland 6-44 Touring, a fine run-
ning car.
24 Chevrolet Coupe, 3 months old,
looks like new.
20 Oldsmobile 6 Touring, iotor re-
built. Good tries and new paint.
19 Reo Touring A-1 shape.
21 Ford Sedan.
19.Oakland Sedan, five good tires
and in fine running order.
17 Buick D-45 Touring.
18 Reo Touring.
18 Studebaker Touring.
Three 19 Oakland Touring, in good
shape.
17 Oakland Touring.
19 Ford Touring.
16 Ford Touring.
SAVE THIS AD. WORTH FIVE
DOLLARS ON ANY USED CAR
YOU BUY. THIS WEEK ONLY.
Staeble & Sons

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WELDING

BRAZING

Auto Repairing a

and
CUTTING
Specialty
can fix it'

"if it's broke we

Garage
211 S. Ashley St.

An attained ideal
ethe finest of clot hingq(
f :
CLOTHES

Phone 2519

312 S. Ashley St."

Phone 686

TWO FAMILY FLAT

LADY'S PIN, white enamel engraving
Liberal"reward.. Phone 1797.
EAR RING. Black onyx with mosric
rose set in gold. Reward. IT. 0.
Potter, 530 Linden St. Phone 2003-
M.

5 rooms each modern in every way, private baths, 2 extra houses
on this lot, in irst class condition and rented. Three gagarges, Io-
cation first class. 'Within two blocks of campus. S. E. .Section..
This is a good income property and a nice place to live. Price
$181000.

$45 to $70

TOPAZ ring, Friday. Return to 10-6
Thompson, phone 1902-J. Reward.
Valued as a keepsake.

MABEL A. TOLFORD
712 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phones 1516--2387-R-467-J
BOARD

Superfluous
FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Termatnently by
ELECTROLYSIS

TYPEWRITER REPAIRUG
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes

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