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FRIDAY, ATAUCII 19, 19.116

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ji~RIDAY, MARCH 19, 1926 PAGE tEVEN

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g icLg n ntre ready sent word that they will enter
F UI~1 IILIII Michigan Enteredati tes. The program of events con-
I In Kansas Rela s i:,t- of 15 relay races and nine special{
tra ck evenlts.
TOUHNEY ITAM 1S TODAY t Practically allofuteual_ mot ofear soVagai
all uofl. ohteo1the issoui Val
ties, colleges, junior college's, cud le- cnfrecetemswil 1aain send
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MVore than 30 men have weighed in
for the freshman wrestling tourna-j
anent to be held at 3 o'clock this
afternoon and tomorrow in Waterman
gymnasium, and from these aspirantsI
will be picked the seven numeral win-
huers of this gear's squad.
Some of th'e most pr"omising wrest-
ler's have not had their work confinedI
to practice in the gyminasium.hbut
have furnishing most of the comspeti-
tion for Coach Keen's, Varsity squad.
With this added experience they
should show up well in the tourna-
meut.E
Coach Botchen said yesterday that
this is the largest of Michigan fresh-
man mat squads, with 54 men in
training at the rbeginning of the prac-
tice sesvions. With the men to fur-
nish competition Coach 'Botchen sees
a Conference chamnpionship 'probableI
for 'next year.
PAQ YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

hi Ih schools that sent athletes to the Iowa, Illinois, -innesota. Wisconsin,
Kansas relays last ycar have indicated and NorI 11 xv n xae the Big Ten uni-r
intentions to enter the fourth annual ° vcr itic ; which will enter the carni-
outdoor track and field carnival to ire al
held Saturday, April 17, at the Univer- ; Fieldim" 1-1. Yost, dirctor of at-
sity of Kansas Memorial stadium. leti;es at the Uaiversitv of Michigaij,
In adldition to these. institution ;, will be r~eereMof 01: 1 L Kansas relays
more than six,- new schools have -,I- for this year.
E1ry STUDENrTS' SPECIAL.

dour piece
knicker suits with
regular trousers
and Plus four
knickers. Very
light fancy colors.
$50-
WTIor TIen C '.LSince 1&4 8

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0.; .lxn f I ;. u g~t i j L NOIIE---Mell Gilles};, techeltr and
I sloist, thirty years exrin,
If yon are a telephone subscriber call I ignuIe Man dolin, banjo, gutitar, and~ chord
the Ad 1T" ker. Dial 2214:and your want . ontucin.Tleh n_77
vi be charged. cnticin eei zn4a7
The Michigan D~aily reserves the right to Wed,, Fri., SUnT,, tf.
clasify all want ads under appropriate head -
1 ing and to revise or withhold objcctionabicl Tc-TeBts osSo n
copy,.C'II-1eBtyRy hp'n
Tihis column closes at 3 P. AL.edate preced- vi o.s you to taste their delicious
ing publication. Notice of any error must be toastwiiches, strawberry shortcakes,
given in time for the second insertion.
CASH RATES,- frulit sundaes andI saladis. 26-27-28.
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two VICTOR Single Face Red Seal Rec-
* inertins.ords, 3-10 in. records for $1.00; 2-12
jNinie cents per reading line for three or more inch records for $1.00 at Schaeberle
insertions.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office' & Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. tf.
CONTRACT RATES __ _ ___
Special sta~ndardized rates given on applica- NTC--asceud he ear
tion. NTC -ascend he ear
ed. Absolutely the most satisfac-
ILOST tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
Wasliugtoii Shop, 1,)(IE. Washington
LOST-Theta Kappa Psi pin, black eod-tf.
and gold, with pearl border. Re-
ward. Phone 3497. NOTIICE-Annia Cay; e', (406 E. Lib-
22-23-24-25-26-27-28 erty) is called to Montreal on busi-
______________________________ -ness, expects to be back in ten days.
jLOST-A child's locket and gold 26-27.____________________
chain 10 days ago. "Reward. Dial
9489, 610 Thompson. Mdrs. J. E. LEAVE your order .now for the new
(Martin. 25-26-27. Victor Record played by the Univ.
} -. of Mich. Band at Schaeberle and
ILOST-Large black traveling bag on Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.
Ferdon, Washtenaw, or South Uni- Ete.
versity. Rewaird if returned to 1613 - -___________
South University or call 6726. j PERPE~TUAL CALENDAR-A magne-
25-26-27l tic arrow finds the day of the week
_________________________- for any date. Send 25c '($1 for 5)

A Complete Line of Ihosiery
for both Men and Women

Special Pure Silk plated over Rayon. wide double mercerized
ravel stopped, seamed leg, double sole, womeI's hosiery.
Men's Caps in All Spring Colors
$1.50 Values, $1.00
Suitcases of Unusual Quality at Reasonable Pries>

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xScientifically .Selec ted
and Prepared Foods
Hours 11:40-1:34}, 5 :00-8:40
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Corner Liberty and Maynard
Put an 7J" on
the Register
When you register at
Motel Fairbiairn put an
"M" after your name.
It will assure you of
that cordial welcome
and courteous attention
g accorded to all the
men of Michigan who
make the Fairbairn
their headquarters
while in Detroit.
Right Downtown
£ $1.50, $1.75, and $2
Daily

Fror Sprg-
Society rand
Suitsand Topcoats
Buy Your New Spring Clothes on the
T'en-Paymn l
You will find it more convenient to buy your Spring
Clothes at Wadhams & Co. on the ten-payment plan and

Columbia at
John R.
DETROIT
Open to Men and
Women

Will you. eventually be a
leading business executive.-
or just a good employee?
As a college man your
chances are above the aver-
age. Your academic work
will serve as a solid founda-
tion but, in addition, you
should have special training
that will enable you to elim-
inate years of apprenticeship
in the business world.
Leadership requires a knowledge
of fundamental business 'laws plus
the ability to apply these laws to
practical business life.
Babson Institute offers an inten-
sive one year course in the study
and application of the fundamental
laws of Finance, Production and
Distribution. The institute con-
centrates on training for Business
leadership.
Babson Institute students are
young men who look forward to
positions of responsibility and
trust. They desire to be pre-
pared so that they can fill such
positions with credit to them-
selves and their industries,
Babson
Institute
Ai scientific Institution organized, niot for profit, under
the educational taws of Massachusett~s.
318 Wellesley Ave., Babson Park, Mass.

- Note
Students may enter
FOURZ TIME FS A YEtAR.
Spring term starts March
29. Summer term, June
28. Course covers nine
consecutive months.

NOTICE
YOU MIEN
who are working your way through
Michigan, or who want to earn some
worthwhile side money----
READ TIS
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-dlay and tell us of ,yourself
in detail. We will promptly arrange
mutually agreeable appointments.
Address Box 70, Michigan Daily
PIANO TUI VG A TD FINISHING
We repair any kind of musical in-E
strument. ALLMENDINGER MUSIC!
SHOP, 305 Maynard St. 26
CLEANING-Dark garments gather,
the same soil that shows on light
ones-$3.50 for $5.00 in work at
Chemical Cleaners, 426 Thonmpson,
Dial 6898. L. 0. D. tf.j

for this device togother with the
mathematical formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating
results mentally. A. C. Washburne,
Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Wed-tf.
MONA. BEAUTY SHOP
409 E. JEFFERSON. DIAL 22159
FRENCH MARCEL 75 CENTS
I SOFT WATER SHAMPOO 50 CENTS
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HAIL,
CUTTING
EVENING APPOINTMENTS
TYPEWRITING & MIIEOGRAPHING
Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
. I tf.
THlE ARBOR FIOUNTAIN
invites you to try our special lunches,
'our delicious sundaes and frappes'.
26-27-28.

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take ten weeks to pay. Nothing could be easier!

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interest charges, no red tape !
and topcoats for Spring are h
See them.

The new Society Brand suits
ere. Nothing could be finer !

--and SEA ISLAND
The Sea Island "label" stands
for more than a manufactur-
er' s trade mark. It stands for
acceptance as "The Aristocrat
of Shirtings".
Sea Island Mills Imported
Broadcloths are fine in weave,
*lustrous in finish and sturdy
in service. At your college
haberdasher--ask him.
"Insist Ulpon the Label"
SEA ISLAND MILLS-INC.
New York, N. Y.
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Send for
It explains the unusual
methods peculiar to this
instittion by which men
are fitted at a minimum
expenditure of time for ex-
ecutive positiots . Fill in
attached coupon.
Babson Institute-
318 Welleley Avenue
Babson Park, Masa. _
Send mue, with-out obligat~on,
-"Training for Busines3 Leader- =
rship" and complete particulars
about Babson Institute.
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Corner Mai and Washington

for $1.75 a load. In basement $2.00.
rPhone 22388. 26-27-28.r
FELLO WS!
1 ~Don't Miss This,
Suits $38-Extrat trousers $45
Guaranteed to fit
Custom made knickers $10
111.t DO1UKAS, 1.319 S. Uiv.
26-27-28-30-32-34-36 38 30
SAMPEL Victor records :played by the{
Univ. of Mich. Band, now being
demonstrated at SCHAEBERLE &~
jSON MUSIC HOUSE, 110 S. Main St.
tf.
A SPLECIAL
TAILOEDI SUH'I, $35.00
1 rs li. W. NHAWARI) '-
8332 S. State, over P'ratt & D~unni
E. O.D. tf.
1Saw Buys .Most and Pays M1ost
We Pay Cash for Your
OLD) CLOTIHING
Old Jewelry
j ~PHONE '4306
Call Us Before You Sell, 121 E. Ann
2 6-27.
PRESS5ING-Unquestionably the best
pressing service in town. 'try us
once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 328 So. Main.'
tf
LANE HALL TAVERN-Open under
new management, strictly Anieri- j
can. Dinner and supper parties
and Banquets. 26.

_______________G_ TYPWRIER
NOTICE-Ashes hauled from outsideI Rebuilt and second' hand of all makes

bought, sold, rented, exchanged,,
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-1
fest stock and best service depart-
ment in Ann Arbor.
0. D. MORIRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
F ,t
We pay highest prices for
j men's uised Clot hing, Call 8044)
STUDENTS TAILOR SHOP
Cor. N. Untiv. and Tlhayer
Tues, Thur., Fri., tf.
j WANTED',
WANTED-Junior or Sophomore who
can devote two hours daily to sell-,
ing% party programs and favors. Op-
portunity for connection that will
pay' your way through school next
year. Call Friday, 3 to 4 or 8 to 9.
Mr. Reeves, Hotel Whitney. 26
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing,/ all
clothes dried out doors. Dial 21764.
f23-24-25-26-27-28.
WANTED-Experienced cook would
like a position in a fraternity. Call
22152, from 2' to 4. 26-27-28.
WANTED-Young men desirous of
making good money selling clothes.
!Quick selling line at reasonable
prices. M. G. Wild, 109 L+.' Washing-
ton. 15-17-24-22-24=27"'
j FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Room, near two bus
lines, 1202 Granger, nurse or in-
structor preferred. Dial 7296.
25-26-27

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Eprope, Orient, etc,
ALL LINES AND STEAMERS
One way or round trip in 1st,
2nd, Cabin or tourist's 3d class.
BOOK N1OWT. Small deposit hold$
Space on tCunard, White Star,
VT. S., French, Canadian 'Pacific,
United American, Holland Amer.
wcail, N. G. Lloyd, ]Royal Mll
Swiedish. Scandinavian, Norwe-
gian, Atlantic 'transport, Admi-
ral, Oriental, Dollar, T. K. K.,
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Anywhere: To Niagara Falls,
Quebec, So, Duluthi, Chicago-
in season.
Agpent for Thomas Cook &
Soil, American Express, Clark
a3d any Tour or Cruise adver-
tised anywhere, 1st, 2d or Tour-
is 's 3d class.
All Travelers Checks, Tour-
ists Accident & baggage Instir-
nuwe Free Passport & Tisae in-
fer~nlitioii to clients.
Stfeili Oi ) rates same as in
New York.. No charge for my

2Z1 1 South Main Street
Meet your double-Looks
/ just like you- exactly
4 I
your size and color. Lots4
of character and style!
- I ~j .~ A suit that was made
/ for you and to fit you.
f It's one of the new spring
N -, KUPPENHElMER S U ITS!
" 3e
I Two Trouser Suits
$50,7 5, 6

fFine custom tailored clothes, in-
kdividual fit, best workmanship, cor-
rect style, suit $35.00 and up. Albert
Gansle, 118 E. Washington. tf
NOTICE-Cisterns cleaned and re-
paired by expert cistern men. Dial
22388. 26-27-28.*
Arnold's State St. Xeweler
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. NASHI CO, Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats
$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.j

FOR SALE

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FOR SALE-Ford Touring, model 1921
good condition. $50. Dial 6957.
26-27-28.
F'OR SALE-Stutz Special Bearcat
Roadster, new tires, many extras,
reasonable. Call 8956. 26-27-28.
FOR SALE-1923 Ford roadster, ex-
cellent condition, extras, $100. Dial
6117. Pinckard. 26-27-28.

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Special Release on Victor Records-
"Dinah" by Jenn Goldkette and his
Orchestra; "Always" by Geo Olson
and his music. Schaeberle & Son
Music House. tf.

The Leading
STUDENT TOURS
to Europe
All. Expenses Afloat and Ashore
$290 Up
T RAVEL Student fashion, with us,
the only organization having the,
entire Tourist III Class of two acan
Liners reserved exclusively. Find ourt
the reason. Our greatest Student Sail-
ings, with special orchestras and enter-
tainments:
S. S. ANDANIA .............June 30

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