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-FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1926

THE MIHIGAN DAILY

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NOTICE

LUL^ GRAND RAPIDS, March 4.-
H L L T MOR U~IFrank D. Lathrop, a freshmanE
at the University of Michigan,.
Michigan, boxing in the 145
JI i t il,,; Il eet (Of Year 'Wi1ll' ete'r. Ihound class at the state A. A..
m ine Fi~aI II iting ; Ofj U. tournament, defeated his 01)-
W1olverijesj ponent eon points in a three
I j1roundi bout here todlay.
V SITO7fRS LOOM STRONG In~ th fist round. Lathrop
1had his op~ponent ready for theI
knockout, punch when the bell I
Coach Keep's men will meetUi- saved him.,
versity of Chicago wrestlers in theirl"
final Conference chat meet of the sea -__________________
son at 3 o'clock~ tomorrow afternoon
at the field house. (nr
GroupiAandnoishthereforhpae ithnU T O H G I U
Michig-Aandnowtholdsfortpae ihn
siio hihgroupiB esague.larCor- I
Citio hic hgocupiB eagsimilar-~T E
respondingly, the other members of.1 O EA[ T "I IN (
group A will meet with the other
members of, group B so that, by thisP~ lA TP n r
new system, the Conference teams1 ~ U fd~ ir
will be adeouiately ranked from firstSt1 ~g T G
to tenth place.
Chicago comes here with a strong ; olre than 120 swimmers repro-
aggregation boasting a victory over senting 14 high schools of four stat e-}
the strong Badger team that last Sat- will compete in the second annual
urday d'efeated the Illinois wrestlers,! Michigan interscholastic swimmling
who are the leaders in the group B! meet to be held in the Union poolI
race. yISaturday.
Captain Graham of Chicago, has not; The high schools that have definite-1
yet been defeated in a bout this year. ly made entries in the state com]peti-E
Johnson a heavyweight, has also been tion are: Hyde Park and John MA'ar-
showing up well in Conference meets. shall of Chicago, Northwestern and
Michigan will use the same lineup Northern of Detroit, South Bend high
that scoredj a shutout over Michigayk of South Bend, Indl., Scott high of
State college in the last meet: Cap-, Toledo, Pontiac, Highland Park, Flint.
tain Baker, 115 pounds; Solomon. 125 Kalamazoo;. Wyandotte, Jackson. Mits_
pounds; Watson, 135 pounds; Gals-' kegon,.adnd Ann Arbor.
terer, 145 pounds; Donahue, 158 Northwestern high school o1V De-j
pounds; Rich, 175: poundls; George, j troit, winner of the first interschol-
beavyweighit, astic meet to be held here, will again

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the tad-Taker, D)ial 21214, and your Want Id s yo ' W TERSHAMPOO 59 CENTS
Th il ihiz Daily reserves the ri ,bt to SPEC'IAL ATTEINTION TO HAIR
classify all want adis under appropriate head CUTTING
iups andl to revise or withhold olIjcctionable EENN-APON MET
Copy._ \ PIT ET
Th is colutmn closes at ,3 P. M. (kitc preeefi-j
nl;publication. Notice of any' error itst be
giv en in time for the scecond insertion. op~~l 'li~ n Victor Records-
CASH RATES "iii'by Jenni Goldkett andl his
Ten cents per reading line (ont the basis ot 0,i','17est ra ; "Always"' by Geo Olson
fve average words to tie line) for one or twvo
insertions, a ad his muisic. Schaeberle & Soin
Ninie cents per readitng line for three or more "Mus~ic II luse. tf.
insert ions.
("ash classifieds received -at the Daily officeI
ill ''e Press Building on Maygard Street. Arnold's State St J'eweler

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Special standardiszed rates given on applica-;
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is now . carrying a complete line of
fountain p)ees-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type youi may need, come in
andI see as, we can satisfy you.
Ariiolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.

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LOST-An Alpha Chi Omega pin, re-!-
ward offered. Phone 21121.! DON'T miss he<,ring "Putting on the
14-15-161
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LOST-Green radife Schaefer fours-! Victor Record 1°1119 at Schaeberle
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tmpen lbetween East EnginleeringI
Building and Tappan Hall. Reward OlTO *WNrl
Call Ardussi, 1333 W ashteitaxv, ___________, ______t'i4J
Phone 8266. 13-14-15.'j SITU~ATION WANTED--Good, man
cook, can give referenc e. Call 7784.
LOST--Ablanke borderaonta Russell, 211 N. 4th Ave. 12-13-14.
somewhere on State street, Saturday,, TNE
Feb. 27. Reward. Call Nixon 7717. 1 ANE
WrANTliD-- Opportunity for a few se-
- Ph att~m Mihi- lected salesnilen, guaranteed salary
LOS-Kpp. iI and ColEt i5isof. See Dockeray,
gan Union, Saturday. It2ward. I
Phone 4724. 13-14-15I 437Aaynatrd. 15-16

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MERIDEN, Conn. - Big Ed Walsh j
of this city, former spitball pitcher of'
the Chicago White Sox, has been
signed by Knute Rockne, Director ofI
Athletics at Notre Dame, to act as
coach of pitchers at the South Bend
college.

be represented by a strong team, and
is favored to retain its title. Ther
Colts have a record breaking relay"
team composed of McKinnon, Cramg,
IWalker, and Montgomery, which has
made some sensational performances
in dual meets with other Detroit high
schools. '

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SUITS AND TOPCOATS
$2300
Tailored by
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LOST-Black leather note book, with
fountain pen attached to epver, left
on Woman Editor's desk at Daily,
office. Call Mvargaret Arthiur,"3881,
Helen Newberry Res. 151I
- - NOTICE
NOTICE-We carry imported English
cloth $50 and up. Also custotm ,
tailored knickers $10. Order now.
C. T. Doukas, 1309 S. University. 15
.Fine custom tailored clothes, in-
dividual fit, best workmanship, cor-1
rest style, suit $35.00 and up. Albert
Cansle, 118 E. Washington. tf-
PERETAL CALENDAR-A magne-
tic arrow. finds the day of the week
for any date. Send 25c ($1 for 5)
for this device together with the
matthemaitical formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating
results mentally. A. C. Washburne,
i itsfield, Massachusetts. Wed-tf.
A. HASHt CO., Golden Rile Tailorsy
Spring Shits and Top)coats
123.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
INOTICE-Don't wait for the big
Spring rush to place your order for
that new suit or top coat. Beautiful
patterns to select from. Two pant
S suits $37.50, made to measure. T. B.
Lyons, Williams St. at Maynard.
12-13-14-15-16-17.
LEAVE your order now for the new
1Victor Record played by the Univ.
Iof, Mich. Band at Schaeherle and
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
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FOR RENT
FOR JZE T--Pea at iul roomis at-ocut
pt-ices, for nman and wife, business
men otrO stiAtdents, hot andl cold
;water, steam, petit, near campus, at
1337 Thompson. IDial 6292, 15-1617
FOR RENT ,a Large; room for girls,
comfort ale, \VN it h private lavatory
andI toilet. 237 S. Ingalls St. across
from B-ill Auditorium. Dial 4093.
12- 13-14
WVANTED---Young meni desirous of
making good money selling clothes.
Quick selling line at reasonable
prices. A1. G. Wild, 109 E. Washing-
tonl. 15-17-20-22-24-27
WANTED--To rent Fraternity house
adequate to acconmodate at least 25
ment. Phone 22491, ask for Foulks,
Todd, or Anderson. 15-16-17
FOR RENT-Suite of 4 furnished
rooms and bath, for light house-
keeping. Warm and clean, 1214
}Washtenaw. Dial 8965. 14-15-16.
FOR RENT--Furnished or'unfi~rnish-
ed rooms, for light housekeeping,
also single rooms. Garage. 227 So.
Ingalls. Dial 3792. 14-15-16.
FO RENT-Fttrrnished suite of rooms
for housekeeping or not, clean and
comfortable. 314 E. Washington.
Dial 7829. 14-15-16.
FOR RENT-Campus (block from)-
Furnished rooms, living room, bed-
room, dining alcove, kitchenette,
adults. Phone 22151. 15-16-17
FOR SALE
FOR SALE---H fiat Buescher Saxo-
phone. Scarcely used. New eight
months ago. Rowley, 807 S. State.
I 15-16-17.

Phone

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Phone 6746

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And ask that representative of t1 e NASA CO. call upon you to
show samples and styles.
STYLE, FIT, WORKMANSHIIP AND WEARING QUALITIES
-GUARANTEED.
Some of the best dressed people you meet are wearing Nash clothes. '
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CHEVROLET SALE5
Corner Ashley and Huron St,
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Buy Your New Spring Clothes oan the
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You will find it more convenient to buy your Spring ,
Clothes at Wadharns & Co. on the ten-payment plan and
take ten weeks to pay. Nothing could be easier! No

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TYPEWRITING & MIME OGRAPING
j Promptly and neatly done by compe-
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I College work a specialty for seven-
Uteen years.

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NOTICE-Washing done at home by
{expert. Call 21570.
I 12-13-14-15-16-17.
- I TYPEWRITERS
Iflebuilt and second hand of all makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
Iest stock and best service depart
mnent in Ann Arbor.
L 0. D. MORRILL,
+ The Typewriter & Stationery Store
S Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
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Buy Plain ends, per doz. $1.00
Rubber ends, per dz 1.20
a cA't all dealers
Amnerican Lead Pencil Co.
dozen 220 Fifth Ave., N.Y.

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'T E14 UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION-300 VOICES
C.,11CAO SMPHNY ORCHESTRA-70 Players
Cf11N'S FESTIVAL CHORUS-400 VOICES

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and topcoats for Spring; are he;

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FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
M. G. WILD
Has moved to 109 East Washington.

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