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WIN CHAMPIONSHIPW IN THIS YEA
EEntries for the second annual Inter CaiS 't(ech.. nn Arbor high school
scholastic indoor track meet to be was third with 0 1-4 points.
1held at Yost field house Saturday are Prelmarefoth c wl1)
complete, andl these include 255 ath- !held at the fleld horse >aturday after-
letes representing 26 schools from non, while the inl~s 'il]l)b: held
four states. Saturday fright. Tl'h schools that are'
Detroit Northwestern high school, entered aflnl the numbner of contestants
winners of last season's meet have frouni cacli are as follows: Flint'Cen-.
again entered a team, and are the fativ Iral. 13; Battle Creek high school, 4;
orites for the title honors this year. Waite high school,% Toledo, Ohio. 20;
Tphe Colts have 27 men entered, and Cass Tech.,IDetroit, 14; Froebel hg
some of these athletes have already school, Gary, Inc., 14; Elst on higha
i been practicing on the field house I chol, Michigan City, Ind., #1; Sagi-
track. naw~ high school, 4; Centerville hi gl.
*Ohio, Indiana and Illinois are repre-; school, 1: Stanton high school, 4;
stinted in the entries, as well as all Northern high school, Detroit. 11; Ann!
parts of Michigan. Th-e Buckeye state A rbor high school, 16; East high
has four schools entered, these being school, Columbus, Ohio, 6; Elkhart
WaSite high school and Libbey highj high school, Elkhart, Ind., 7; HighlandI
school from Toledo, Glenville high hark high school, 7 ; Thornton high
school from Cleveland and East high i school, Harvey, 1ll., 1.
school from Columbus. Elkhart igh! Eastern high school, Detroit, 12;
school, of Elkhart, Froeobel high school Austin high school, Chicago, Ill., 16;
of Gary and Elston high school of Northeastern high school, Detroit, 2;
Michigan City are the Indiana repre- I Roosevelt high school, Wyandotte. '7;
sentatives, while Austin high school F aton Rapids high school, 2; Arthur
ofChicago and Thornton high school1I Hill high school, Saginaw, 9; Western
of Harvey are from Illinois. high school, Detroit, 5; Glenville high
This year's program includes the 50 school, ClevelandI, Ohio, 14,;Cnta
yard dash, 50 yard low hurdles, " high school, Kalamazoo, 18; Northwes-
yar high hurdles, 440 yard run, 880 tenhgscolDtri,2;Lby
yr run, mile run, broad jump, shot ter high school, eroio, 27;6i.e
put, high jump, pole vault, medley re- ______________-^
lay and one mile relay. These events
are the same as the ones that coni- Suzanne Lenglen, the F+rench tennis.
stituted last year's p~rogram. star, won her first championship at the
In the- meet last year, Detroit age of 14. Helen Wills won thne Pacific
Northwestern high school more than coast championship at the age of 15
tripled their closest rival, amassing a and1 captured the national women's
total of- 51 1-2 points, to the 14 fori title at the age of 17.
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'Keen Boasts Good 1 fechot in the 01
school meet, the
Record As Coach divisions recogni
Smeets as compnar
legiate competiti,
('lifford Keen, wvho came to ?!'ick- !Keen ce-velope!
igan in December to fite charge cf the ball team last fa
\Tar-3ty twrestling team, had been em- ;hung up a reco
sployed a coach of F+rederick, Ola game. His eleve
homaelhi 11 school athletic. Means for .354 point ,to U3i=
two yea-rs.
As wrestling, coach, he develioped .,' Want a rooin
tean- Which took eight 6L7 the ni-me and use the Claf

LF AVE your. order nowv for tlW e w%
Me e t' 1 \U Victor Record played by the Ui
1 ~'' as Ii f i le1 ,tA ar r 1161it tof M~ich. Band at Schaeberle -andr
_________________________ ~Sonl MUSIC House, 110 S. Main St.
If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie 1tY"
klahoa stte hgh jthe Ad-Taker, Dial 23214, and your want ad--- --
~lahoa stae hig will be charged.
re being nine weight'Tihe -Michigan Daily reserves the right to . PEltl'E'lLA1r, CAL.EN!)Ar -A mI~agne-t'
ecntehihsho lassify all want ads under appropriate head tie 'arrow finds the djy of the Vwee!
'edC ithsein coo- ings and to revise or withhold objectionable n ae.Sn 5 (1fr5
ion. This colmn closes at 3 P. m.(date preced- for this (levic-e togi her with then
a chamionshi foot-ing publication. Notice of any error must be ahmtcl[ri l )0 w d
a a calnponsap fot- :i,,n in time for the second insertion,.n lentclf)'2a~t 1o t}i'
111 at Fredericki which; CASH RATES it is based indl rule for calcuilating
;rd of not losing ia Ten cents per r-eadinig line (on the basis o:: re 0sult ineittlly. A1. C. \Vas~i)'l<rn,
en piled upl a total of five average words to the line) for one or two-, Pijsfield, :M:assaclmucet'ttS. e-.
or isopnft. insertions. _---
r itsopl361entNine cents per reading line for three or more
__in serti on s. MONA BEAUTY SHOP
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office 4t9EJFERO.DA 215
IRead Page Seven; in The Press Building on :Maynard Street.409EJEF SO.DA 215

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PIES
Apple- Peach - Mince -fRa sin
Pumpkin - Lemon - Cocoanut Cream
Reduced for Wednesday from 25c to
18c
Also-Shamrock Cakes' for St. Patrick's Day
THE CITY PASTRY SHOP

CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-
tion.
4 LOST
LOST-Friday night a Rider Master
ipen, return to Daily, Box 71.
{ ~23-24-25.
LOST-Theta Kappa Iasi pin, black
and gold, with pearl border. Re-
ward. Phone :3497.
22-23-24-25-26-27-28

FRENCH MARCEL 75 CENTS
SOFT WATE~R SHAMPOO 50 CENTS
SPECIAL ATTE~NTION TO- HAIR
CUTTING
EVENING AP'POINTMENTS
TIYP EWRITING & 3I1 MEIOGIUPHING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at r ioderate rates.
College .work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
0. D. MORIUdLL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
tf.
Special Release on Victor Records--
S "Dinah" b~y Jenn Coldkette and his
Orchestra; "Always" by Gleo Olson"
and his music. chulteberle & Son
Music House. tf.

LOST-Saturday night a red
jfountain pen, about the :6001
on State Street. :Phone 21474.

Wabl
block
25

LOST-A child's locKet and gold
chain 10(lays ago. Reward. D~ial
9489, 610 Thompson. Mrs. J. L.

516 E. Liberty

Phone 5501

n y ,Ar. r.Y r d . Fr, r ,e p/ pr s a y ni/ /a / ,/ / / yr rr r/r r r/r , e
a i / a il~av../ i ' i/ .rrY/F~ w/ a r ,/i+/ i'Mii/~cl il"ViI~ M'fil lYi / Iri fy i/ I ilr+I ''.

Mlle Helene Wurtz, former chase
pion wvoman swimmer of _France, an(
winner of the "Across Paris" swin
three years in successirnn, is in train
ing for an attempt to span tIt Englisl
channel.

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WILL19M DEY CHOSEN
09SKLT89LL MANAGIER
William R. Dey, '26E, has been ap-
pointed Varsity basketball manager
for next season. While Dey graduates
from the Engineering college this
June, he expects to enter Law school
next fall and therefore is eligible to
accept the position.
Chester H. Hamilton, '28E, Donald
G. Weekes, '28, Robert C. Leland, '28,
and Henry M. Kline, '28, were named
as assistants. 0. John Kuenhold, '28,~
was named as alternate.
~Australia will not compete for the
Davis cup this year. It will mark the
first time since 1905, when they first
entered Davis cup play, that the Aus-
trtalians have not been competitors.
ReadA the Want Ads,

ANNOUNCEM ENT
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Modern General Garage
All Kinds of
Auto Repairing
Storage
Washing
Used Car Bargains
JEW E LL
Auto Sales and Servie
On Maynard Oppo site MIaj.

TASTY
TOASTrE D
Sandwiches

Your Printing,
Problem's
Can easily be solved by
dropping in at the Craft
Typeshop.
We specialize in Era tern-
ity and Sorority printing.
"Y'urs~Jor better im~press ions

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NOTICE

,JOE PARKER'S CAFE
Dancing Tuesday nights, 6:30 to 10:30
Every other night 6:30 to 8:00
Parties our Srecially
Join the Crowd at Parker's
24-25-26.

TICE'S
709 North University
Near Arcade Theatre

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Martin. 2-62.TYPEWRITERS
*Rebuilt and second hand of all makies
LOST--Large black traveling bag on buh, od eldecagd
Ferdon, Washtenaw, or SouthUni- tighte, soldire nd reuct.agd
versity. Reward if returiied to 1613 1claerpaedadebitLrg
Iest stock and best -service depart-.
South University or call 6726. ment in Ann Arbor.TT
2e)-26-27 /..to . 1D. MO UT'i1LL,
k 17 Nieckels Arcade,
LOST-Elgin wrist watch, gold with i The Typewriter & ,tationery Store
brown strap, rectangular face, at Dealer: L. C2. Sijdmh & Corona
Union Saturday night. Phone 6623, jt:t.
Hawley. Reward. 24-25-26.

YOU MEN
who are working your way through
Michigan, or who want to earn some
worthwhile side money----
READ) THIS
We are a wide awake organization
and we want the part time services of
some high grade, wide awake young
man.
Ours is not a real estate or peddling
proposition but an opportunity of real
merit, worthy'of your prompt investi-
gation.
Write to-day and tell us of yourself,
in detail. We will promptly arrange
mutually agreeable appointments.
Address Box 70, Michigan Daily

FOUNTAIN PEFN INK
Buy your fountain pen ink at Rider's
Pen Shop and you will get REAL ink,
fresh ink. Ink that fixes itself in the
piper and won't fade or entirely dis-
appear after it has set when moisture
is applied. Ink substitutes are dang-
erous and spoil your pens.
.RIDE II'S PEN SHOP
Pen and Ink Specialisi s 315 S. State
Tu, Th, Sun.-tf.
WANTED
WANTED-Washing and ironing and
also curtains laundered. Phone
22388. 22-23-24
Ll JN-DRY-Washing and ironing, all
elothes dried out doors. Dial 21764.
23-24-25-26-27-28.

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711 N. Univ., and floe?

Over Ceo. AMoo's

acoo /~1. e.e.co e-e-m u'l f

DRUGS

KODAKSI

E urope Orient, etc.
ALL LINES AND STEAMERS
One way or round trip 'in 1st,
2nd, Cabin or tourist's 3d class.
BOOK N'OW. Small deposit holds
space on Cunard, White Star,
IT. S., French, Canadian Pacific,
United American, Holland Amer-
ican,; N. G. Lloyd, Royal Mail,
Swedish, Scandinavian, Norwe-
gian, Atlantic Tlranisport, Admni-
ral, Oriental, D)ollar, T. K. K.,
Lainport & Holt, Grace, Faber,
Italian National, etc. Any Line,
Anywhere: To Niagara Falls,
Quebec, Soo, Duluth, Chicago-
in seasoni.
Agent for Thomas Cook &
Son, American Express, Clark
and any Tour or Cruise adver-
t ised anywhere, 194, 2d or Tour-
, ist's 3d class.
All Travelers Checks, Tour-
Ists Accident & Baggage Insur-
ance, Free Passport & Vlsae in-
formation to clients.
Steamship rates same as in
New York. No charge for my
services.
lRounid trip rates in third
class; France $162, England
$155, Germany $175, etc.
Phone 6412 for Reservations.
E. C. Kuebler
Licensed, Bonded, Authorized
STEAM~SHIP AGENCY
601 IE. Huron St., Ann Arbor
Organizers Wanted.

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Back in those good old days
when the daring undergrads
rode their bikes around town,
with their feet on the handle
bars, and a race between two-
wheelers was a gala event-
even in thosei good old days
Anheuser-Busch was nationally
known among good fellows.

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This is
NATIO0NAL FIRST AIDWEEK
You Cannot Pick Your Accident
--But You Can Be Prepared
Every home-whether a
Fraternity, Sorority or League* House
should have a-
FIRST AID "KIT,
® Priced from 35c to $5.MO
Calkins -Fletcher Drug Co.
Three Defendable Stores
We have served Michigan students for over 38 years.

CLEANING-Dark garments gatherj
the same soil that shows on light
ones-$3.50 for $5.00 in work at
Chemical Cleaners, 426 Thompson,
Dial 6898. E. 0. D. tf.
SAMPEL Victor records played by the
Univ. of Mich. Band, now being I
demonstrated at SCHAEBERLE &
SON MUSIC HOUSE, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
REPAIR WORK DONEi
Best of workmanship at the minimum
in cost
CUSTOM TAILORING!
C. J. DOUIKAS, 1319 S. Univ. 25
PRESSING-Unquestionably the best
pressing service in town. Try us
once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 328 So. Main.
Fine custom tailored clothes, in-
dividual fit, best workmanship, cor-1
rect style, suit $35.00 and up. Albertj
Gansle, X18 E. Washington., tf

WANTED-37 men for positions on
Wear Ever Sales force. No canvass-
ing, or delivering or experience re-
quied.9 87 men from 150 schools
made average earnings of $61.63 per
48 hour week for summner period of
1925. If you find it necessary to
earn your college expenses during.
the coming summer period, see, B.
S. Hagar, Room 431 Michigan Union
Tuesday and Wednesday of this
week. ,24-25.
WANTED-2 Frosh Frolic tickets,
dial 7849. 25
BOOKS WANTED)
BOOKS WANTED-Old papers, maga-
zines, also all kinds of junk, old
autos. Phone us and; we will call.
Kessler Bros. Coval St. Dial 3035.
23-24-25.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Room, near two bus
flines, 1202 Granger, nurse or in-
structor preferred. Dial 7290.
{ 25-26-27
FOR RENT-Four 'room apartment,
furnished for light housekeeping.
Private bath. 1214 Washtenaw,
Phone 8965. 23-24-25.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-A rare chance to own and
manage a large, beautiful thirty
student home, completely furnished.
Income from students and dining
i oom $6,500 to $7,000 a year, eight
year lease, near campus. Price
$2,900. Phone 6292. 23-24-25
FOR SALE-Ford Coupe, finishing
and upholstering, tires, and acces-
sories in Al condition. Private own-
er. Call Renz, dial 3883 or 21601..
24-25-26.

And now, with bicycles as rare
as free lunch and pretzels,
PALE DRY
is the favored drink of college
I~1Iii~j~>men because, like the college
man, Busch Pale Dry, is a good
_ mixer everywhere and every
time.
.LEIS BEVERAGE CO.
D stributal's Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Arnold's State St. Jeweler
is now carrying a complete line of
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you.
.Arnolds State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.
A. NASh CO., Golden lRule.Tailors
Spring Svits and Topcoats
$23.0
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.

CANDY SODAS
here's several1 inches of rich
thick cream on AnnArbor!
Dairy milk when you
find it on your=
-doorstep,._
tim' Notice it .xttie
Dials410

A SPECIAL
TAILOREI) SUIT, $35.08)
3f. W. MIL WARD
332 S. State, over Pratt & Dunn
E. 0.- D. tf.
NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher and
soloist, thirty years experience,
Mandolin, banjo, guitar, and chord
construction. Telephone 4757.
Wed,, Fri., Sun., tf.
VICTOR Single Face Red Seal Rec-
ords, 3-10 in. records for $1.00;:2-12
inch records for $1.00 at Schaeberle
& Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
tf.

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NOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-!
ed. Absolutely the most satisfac-
tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
Washington Shop, 106 F. Washington
eod-tf.
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
Wan vnr nn fails to wor'rnn-

the Lead'n
STUDENT TOURS
to Europe
All Expenses Afloat and Ashore
$290 Up
T1RAVEL Student fashion, with us,
the only organization having the
entire Tourist Ill Class of two Ocean
Liners reserved exclusively. Find out
the reason. Our greatest Student Sail-
ings, with special orchestras and enter-
tainments:
S. S. ANPANIA........-------June 30
M. S. GRWSHOLM.......------July 3
Over loo colleges represented on our
x925 tours. Write for illustrated book-
lets of the leading 1926 Student Tours

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