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IJER1IES MEET'
HID TRACKSTERS
Continued from Page One)
tain Hattendorf of Aitchigan
I lead the half-milers to the tape
Lisko and Ross of Ohio fighting
with Cochran and Freyberg for
her places. Freyberg has been,
ng steadily all year he may
ed in heading the field today.
rick of Ohio is expected to lead
ijlers although Kreider of Ohio
d give him a hard race. Arnold
other Ohio entry. Michigan's,
have not been showing any
so far this year in the meets
ave entered and Steve is waiting
em to come through in the out-
season. Jack Bowen and Mike
e together with Hicks aid Grif-
ay develop enough power in to-
race to finish in the first places
hey will have to do better than
have done in practice. Kreider
i mile A~i 4:28 3 5 last week on
track and his two teammates
close behind him.!
two mile race will be another
le betw'een opposlig r'unnier~s.
of Ohi will be fastest distance
r in the race according to pre-
records Davis and Callahan of
gan will run him a hard race.
has run the distance in betterj
9:46 while Davis and CallahanI
breal 9:50. Watt will be the
Buckeye two-miler while Rear-
11 also run for Michigan.

Michigan will go into the pole vault
favored to take all three.placesaun-
less the Buckeyes produce a new per-
former in the event. Jim Brooker can
easily take a first inasmuch as the
only other entries in the event never
better twelve feet and he can go 12
feet 10 inches when pressed. Rhod-
es and Wilson will also compete for
Michigan. The broad jump should go
to Hubbard of Michigan with Snyder,
of Ohio second and Doyle of MichiganI
and Guthrie of Ohio fighting it out for
third. It will be Doyle's first collegi-
ate competition in the jump. Smith
and McEllven of Michigan should take
the first two places in the high jump.
McCain will try for third place against
Guthrie and Snyder of the Buckeyes.,
Cunningham and Murphy of Ohio
will have a hard time getting betterl
than a second or third in the shot put
with Doyle of Michigan scheduled to
take first and Tidy of Michigan' expect-
ed to fight for points. Doyle does
better than either of the Ohio per-
formers in the event. Hunter will al-
so be entered in the shot put for Michi-
gan. Tidy, Hunter, and Alder will
enter the hammer throw and Brooker,
Doyle ,and Hunter will enter the dis-!
cus throw against Murphy and Pet-'
coff of Ohio. Michigan should take
two places in this event. Peteoff and
Ashburn, of Ohio will meet Grocho,
Tidy, and MacCallun f Michigan. in.
the javelin throw,
The fraternity horseshoe tourna-I
metn is lagging behind, and if the
games are not played as scheduled it,
will be necessary to drop the teams.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

NET SQUAD MEETS
ILLiNOIS TOID

GOFR TO pij AAward Letters
ULFE TD PLAY To 22 Athletes
ILLINI TEAM TODIA onThreeTeams

Wolverines To Vlashi With Strong
grega ion On Ferry
Field Courts

Ag. I'Varsity
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Aggregation Hopes
Second Conference
Clash

to Win

VISITORS BOAST WINS OVER
PURDUE AND BUTLER TEAMS
At one o'clock this afternoon at
Ferry Field, Michigan's Varsity ten-
nis team will hook up with the pow-
erful Illinois squad in its second Con-
Terence match of the season.
The Illinois team is composed of
Captain Goodwillie, Dubach, Johns,
and Flanders, playing in the order
named. The Indian aggregation has
shown excellent form all season. In
their only Conference match' of the
season, they won handily from Pur-,
due. The Kansas encounter resulted
in a tie, but two matches being possi-
ble. At Columbus, 0., the Ohio State-
Illinois tilt was not held due to rainy
weather. The most recent victory of
the Indians was their win over the
Butler squad, which had previously
defeated Chicago.
The Michigangsquad will undoubted-
ly face the Illini with their usual
lineup consisting of Captain Rorich,
Brick, Hodgeman, Crane and Vose.
Rorich, Brick, Hodgeman, and Crane
will probably take hart in the four
singles matches, while the doubles
teams will be Rorich and Brick, Hod-
geman and Vose.

POTTER TO PLAY IN FOURTH
POSITION FOR WOLVERINES
In an attempt to repeat their vic-
tory over the strong Ohio State squadj
last week, the Varsity golf team will
tee off against the Illinois aggregation
at 9 o'clock this morning at the Ann
Arbor Country club.
The Illini are led by CapItain Rolf,
who is champion of the Big Ten and
one of the best golfers in college
competition. The visitors will have
another star in the person of Hum-
phries, who is the national left-hand-
ed title holder. Dawson and Hunt
complete the Illinois squad.
The Wolverines will be represented
by Captain Smith, Roderick, Quirk,
and Potter. Potter won his place as
fourth man after strenuous competi-
tion between Potter, Feeley, and Cros-
by. In his last 36 holes of play, Pot-
ter turned in cards of 72 and 79, which
is slightly better than Feeley's best
Captain Smith will probably op-
pose Rolf, but the rest of the matches
have not yet been finally decided.
The afternoon round will start at
1:30 o'clock.

Minor sport "M" awards have been
presented to 22 athletes by the Board)
in Control of Athletics. The minor
sports for which the letters were
awarded are swimming, hockey, and
wrestling, the former two having been
raised to the rank of Varsity sports
last year.
Although this is but the second year
of competition for swimming and
hockey, each of these teams placed
second in the Conference. Due to
lack of experience, the wrestlers did
not place high in the Conference, but
the introduction of the snort to the
campus this winter will probably re-
sult in stronger teams in the future.
The insignia was presented to the
following students:
Swimming - John Kearns, '24E,
John Gow, '25E, William Kerr, '25E,
Harold Johnson, '26E, Louis Vaupre,
'25E, Alfred Mielziner, '25, Eric Mild-

per, '24E, and Munfred Whittingham,
'26K.
Hockey-E. A. Kahn, '24M, Dan Pet-
erman, '26L, J. A. Beresford, '24, I. E.
Reynolds, '26, Dan Quirk, '26, R. A.
Todd, Carlton Lindstrom, '25, sand:
George Weitzel, '25.
Wrestling - George DeFoe, '241+,
Ralph Doty, '25E, "Ellsworth Gillard,
'25, Hugo H. Rose, '24, Henry Ferenz,
'26E, and George Meads, '27D.I
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

'Stribling We ii
Liked In Gotham
IYoung~ Strilin~g, thxe Georgia light
heayeiht, is. a step nearer bigger
things in the fight game. He made' a
sht Ne ork fans and promot
iers by hishowing in his debut there
j recently. While thoroughly beating
Mike Burke, Stribling won instant
popularity with his manner in the
ring, his willngness to fight, and his
general conduct. New York wants
to see more of him.

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campus. Scotch grain or Moor
calf. Extremely wide soft
toe. All sizes now in stock.

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Your Choice of Any White Collar Attached Shirt in Our Stock in the
$.50, $3.00 and,3.SO Qualities for>
1. ~One Dollar Ninety-five Cents i
Not less than two shirts to any one purchaser nor more than three;
The are all the TYSON and ARROW shirts in any size and sleve
length~s.e
T HIS IS A SNAP
Better get yours early and secure your needs in shirts for the Summer.

TINKER ANDCOM PANY

7T3P.M* ADVER
Felt SALE 44
HARLEY-DAVIDSON motorcycle with!
sidecar; motor A-1; fully equippi
ed; economical, fast,-reliable rareI
bargain at $60. 2845-.
SEVERAL GOOD Fords all priced
below $75.00. Call Sat and Sunday
1118-J. 620 Monroe St.
SAY BOYS-try a pair of Harry's
Moccasin oxfords, your choica of
10 different colors, scotch grain,
smoked horse, white-black top, tan
Russian etc. Very beautiful come
in and take a look at a special price
I of $5. Made to your measure. H.
W. Clark, 534"Forest Ave. Phone
3043.
COMPLETE LAW Library includingJ
Michigan Reports. Reasonable terms1
Address Chester P. O'Hara, 3275
Lawrence Ave., Detroit.
DENTAL OFFICE in good town of 1200
population. Complete equipped, 2
chairs. Late owner, deceased, in
same location 20 years. Grand op-
portunity for good dentist to step
right into paying business at a rea-I
sonable price. For further infor-
mation inquire M. H. Nichols, at-
torney at law, Homer, Mich.
PIANO, Ivers and Pond make, mellow
toned, good buy, $65.00. Phone
1608-R.
BABY GRAND piano, bought last Sept-
ember; cost, $1,075; will sell for
$750. Good upright taken in ex-,
change, part payment; a rare bar-f
gain. Call 2957-W or 1129 Martin1
Place.
REMINGTON standard typewriter,
$25.00. 924n. t after 7 n

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WANTED
IEIs MANUFACTURING COMPANY with
IOL OtN ;branchesinlarger cities hasa
CLOU lopen ing for a graduate who is of
the executive or managerial tye
TISING AT3 M. and has had some actual businss
J experience, preferably in account-
ing. No definite amount of exp ri-

SO. STATE AT WILLIAM STS.

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place the a]
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Phone Jones, 366 W. Reward. make your
as possibl
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PAIRa 212-
PAIR HORNED rimmed glasses, Sat- Michigan.
urday afternoon on Lincoln ox
Granger. Phone 3208-MT. Reward, STUDENTS:
KAPPA DELTA pin with initials, H. enable yo
D. Cell 2597. Reward j tlqn work.
GOLD WRIST WATCH with black I Supply Co.
ribbon band. Reward. Phone 1951- roit, Mich.
M. MAY FE.
RIDER'S MASTER per swith name c. Call Thonm
'W. Beedon. Phone 4 7-J. TWO SALES
ALPHA TAU OMEGA fraternity pin, profitable c
Call 179. Reward. 2952-R.
LAST WEDNESDAY. Small gold DISHWASHI
fountain pen. Finder please return erty.
to 427 Hamilton or phone 1024-M. GARAGE IN
FRIDAY NOON on State St., 3 keys on corner of
a ring. Phone 2911. Webb. Ph
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FURNISHED 6 room house, south of $5W SUM
campus, for summer or longer. Al- Call 23-
so excellent 4 room apartment. WillC
sell the furniture if desired. Call
2438 or 617 evenings.
FOR SUMMER-large three room flat
completely furnished. $50 a month..
1025 Packard, 3473-M.
331
FURNISHED house for summer, large
lot, plenty of shade. Phone. 721. ![
Mrs. W. D. Henderson, 1001 Forest
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time. Slendid, vaca-
Write the Consumers
305 Barlum Bldg., Det-
,STIVAL course ckets.
as 179.
WOMEN for pleasant and
outside sales work. Phone
ERS wanted. 605 E. Lib-
immediate vicinity of
Hill and Oxford. Call
une 783.
ks Before Summer
[MER VACATION
3- or particulars.
B. ABBOTT
6 S. Division
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AMERICAN oppossum coats, Smallj
size. 836 Tappan.
GRAPE FRUIT-Carload direct from
the grove to consumer. 75c pk. or
$2.50 bu. Cor First and Williams,
open all day Sunday.
SPLENDID HARTMAN wairdrobe
trunk. Call 907 N. University.
Phone 2272-W.,.
DRESSMAKING & TAILORING
Exclusive collegiate styles for
young women. Needlework of all
kinds. Experienced workmanship.
MRS. R. T. UEAM
411 Thompson. Phone 2768-W.

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TYPEWVITIf
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned & Repaired
0. D. _31RRIILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade!
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith a
NLL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy{
holders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and su.-
plies. Machines rented.,
ANN ARBOR.TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sav. Bank Bldg.
FOR HIRE
KEEP THE mud off the flaaper's
shoes. Don't walk her around.
Phone 1069-J and use a Sedan.
LOCKSMIT.

PSITIQNS open if qualified. Inves-
tigate our facilities for securing
positions before coming here. Ex-
ecutives, salesmen, office workers,
or clerical. Profession, legal, en-
gineering, agriculture, dairying,
fruit growers. Write for details.
Ewing-Brumer Co., Hobart Bldg.,
San Francisco, Calif.
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaved.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
TYPEWRITING and mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by experi-
enced operators at c onsiderate
prices. O. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
ery Store.

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206 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1390-R
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