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TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1926,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Freshman Track 12 for third, and 1 for fourth place,j Ha fwfke 1e a tmen,
iu each event. However the list of Jo g SrPIDMUR HA gK Il kVTe
Squadeainsvents will be altered, the 220 yard !lSeek A. A. U. Title
Tash being substituted for the short l 1
For Big Ten Mieet 50 yard sprint. Besides this, avour~~
maftile relay will be added and the ____ OLCHO IOWA CITY, la., March 15.-Cham
Aifter ritumphing over the Wiscon- Broad jump will be omitted because ionships of the Mid-Western A. A. (.
of the lack of jumping pits in some A record ich had edured at the =district are t he next goal of Univer-
sn yearlings by the score of 46 2-3 of the Conference armories. ; University of Iowa for five years was sity of Iowa wrestlers. At least sev-
to 43 1-3 Coach Iloyt's freshman track Coach Hoyt also announced that :shattered twice recently by Ray Mann, en regulars will go to the mat in the
squad is now preparing for the all- after the results of the meet are re- a sonhomore high jumper from Coun- tOturnaient at Iowa City next Friday
Conference te graphic meet to ie leased hl would give out his list of cil Bluffs. and Saturday.
- recommendations for the sets of num Man did not even graze the bar Th'! possibility of fighting it out

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Nebraska is adding zest to the Hawkk- " fPERPETUAL CALENDAR-A magne-
eye's work. Eugene Grattan, '158- tic arrow finds the day of the week
pounder who took nineteen points in ; , H ( m . for any date. Send 25c ($1 for 5)
dual meets and went unbeaten; Carl for this device together with the
Voltmer, 175-pounder; L. Beers, 145- If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie mathematical formula upon which
pounder and Captain Michael are the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad it is based and rule for calculating
among the Iowa entrants. will be charged.an Daily reserves the right to results mentally. A. C. Washburne,
#__ ___classify all want ads under appropriate hea P itsfield, Massachusetts. Wed-tf.
IOWA CITY.-Spring sports at Iow1a cosyand to revise or withhold objectionable
-track and baseball--have enrolled This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- MONA BEA1'1TY SHOP
total of 20 lettermen. Veterans com- ng publication. Notice of any error must be 4 .JEFFERSON. DIAL 22159
given in time for the second insertion. I 409 E.JFERO.DA 215
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Jliiti all this week.
This meet will be the first of its,
kind ever held. Coaches from all the
Conference schools have signified their
desires for the holding of the time
trials and have consented to send in
the results by the end of this week.
The regular point system will be
used, giving 5 for first, 3 for second,

orals basing his choices upon the
ability and energy of the candidates.
The regular outdoor season will begin
as soon as the weather permits.
CHAMPAIGN. - R. S. luaugherity,
'27, star center and leading scorer,
was elected captain of the varsity bas-
ketball team at the University of Il-
linois at a banquet of the squad here.

at six feet three inches and his effort
supplanted the mark of 6 feet 2 1-S
inches made back in 1921 by E. P.
I Hoffman.

with collegians from Iowa State and
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The Typewriter & Stationery

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A nnouncemen!
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being held a the Sock King's

Arnold's State St. aeweler
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and see us, we can satisfy you,
Arnolds State St. Jeweler
3.02 S.State St. tf.
! A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
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$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
VICTOR Single Face Red Seal Rec-
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inch records for $1.00 at Schaeberle
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
DELICIOUS Fried Chicken dinners
served every Sunday, strictly home
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days 11:30 to 2 p. m., Sundays 12 to:
2. The best places to eat are home
and here. 209 South Ingalls.
22-23-24.
LEAVE your order now for the new
Victor Record played by the Univ.
of Mich. Band at Schaeberle and
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.

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wear is on display.

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more ties than yon thought
Ann Arbor.

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All Wool Pre-Shrunk Beautiful Fabrics That Will Not Fade
SUITS AND TOPCOATS
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