100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 24, 1926 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1926-03-24

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

WFD)NSDAY, M1ARCTT 24, 19263

TI-IF MjTICH IG.AN !DAI L Yi

r

.. ., .. .F. ... --
_t

- ~-

Frep

'eams

To

flay

Herel

Good Used Gars

p ,', ! ! I
Cardinal Ho es For Pennant
hi, ' M p ftC Staff! By Poor Hurling

1)4 !~ i ~ n~ i as ~ rn A nid iiusk (c go i)
Fi'ml ld t dlu
FOUR GAMIES TOMORROW!
Three Detroit high schools and five
state high schools have earned the
right to comnpete, in the annual class
A bask etball toiurnament with willl1
be held in Waterman gymnasium
March 25, 26, and 27 by winning first
and second. positions in their rospective
regional toutrnaiilts.
At a me(eting of the representatives
of the teams enteredl in the tourna-E
ment yesterday, the following pairings
were made. Iii class A at 8 o'clock
Ann Arbor meets Detroit Northwestern
anti. at 10 o'clocklHolland meets D)e-
troit Sothleaster~n. At 9 o'clock, Fri-
day morning, Flint Central meets
Lansing, andl at 11 o'clock the same
morning 'Muskegon meets Highland+.
Parr.
In the class D) tournament at 7
o'clock tomorrow, Hersey meets Grand
Blanc and at 9 o'clock St. Mary's meet
Alpena. At 10:30 o'clock, Friday,1
Maple Rapids meets Lawrence, an dat
1:30 o'clock Marysville meets Mich-
, Igame.
The Detroit high, schools include
Southeastern,, Northwestern, Holland,
and Flint Central.
Southeastern', defending champions,
are again favored to, win the tourney
With Muskegon as the team who will
furnish the Jungaleers the most for-
midable competition. Southeastern
boasts a season's record of 13 wins
and one defeat, and they defeated in
a -later game the only team who de-
feated them.. Most of Southeastern's
victories have been by decisive mar-
gins. There has been little oppor-
tunity to compare the performance
of Southeastern with prominent state
teams because the team has confined
its play to the opposition afforded by
the Detroit high schools.
Muskegon has played 17 games dur-
ing the season winning 15 of them.
They had the best record of any team
in 'the Kalamazoo district. The last
time the Muskegon team played in the
Ainal tournament was in 1924 at Ann
Arbor when Benny Oosterbaan cap-
tained the team. They were defeated
by' Southeastern in the semi-final
round, but later went to Chicago
where they entered in the national
tourney, where Oosterbaan was placed
on the mythical all-American high
school team at center.
PLY SEMI FINAL GAME
IN 1FRATERNITY LEGUE1
Phi Kappa Sigma and Theta Xi are
scheduled to play their semi-final
round tonight in the interfraternity
basketball race, on court 2. This game
is also for the champioinship of the
upper bracket, 'and the winner will
meet Sigma Alpha Mu for the leader-
ship of the league. t
The results of Monday's games are
are. follows: Class league, Sopho-
more Physical Ed. 26, Upper Medics,
10; Society league, Lawyers' club, 2,
Ohio club, 0; Walworth club, 2, Pol-
onia club, 0.

You will not b
for any Use
1924 +
1920
1917
1918 1
1924
1923

be asked to pap a single cent more
ed Car that it is actually worth.
CHETROLET TOURING
DODGE SEDAN
DODGE TOURING
BUICK FOUR TOURING
FORD COUPE
FORD COUPE

Rementher-Spring Yacallon is Comfng
Rai. Your Car Now
Prives From $90 to $290

I

Terms

R. fl. NLBER
'off ) W. ltur nt St.
bodge BrOthers Afof (.r Cars
Dome BFt01"l eRS IIEI4LER.S SELL SOOn U5C-n GARS

The members of the St. Louis Cardinals hurling sraff who are being
developed at their southern camp in an effort to win the pennant.

Al tl
Q flog 04
Earn Extra Credits
During Summer Vacation
The change and recreation so necessary to every-
one are here combined with superior oppor-
tunity for educational advancement. Boating.
swimming, tennis, concerts, dramatic performan"
ces, inspiring lectures, etc., areall available.
Organized excursions to industrial, financial and art
centers of Chicago. Courses covering full year's work
in General Chemistry, Physics or Zoolog p for students
interested in Medicine, Dentistry or Engineering:
SUMMER
No e SESSIOW
ON THE SHORE OF LAKE MICHIGAN
Opens June 21, 1926, and Includes:
Graduate School Law School
College of Liberal Arts School of Music
School of Commerce School of Speech'
School of Education School of Journalism
Send for FREE Booklet
Booklet, "Education Phis Recreation " describes the
courses of NORTHWESTERN UNIifERSITY SUM-
MER SESSION and its recreational and educational
advantages.
Address WALTER DmL Sea", President
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
604 University Hall EVANSTON, III.

LSE IL7XE ICE CREAM
-When Friends Drop In
ERE'S Mends. reat that is always sure to pleas
one's De Luxe Ice Cream de.
lights the discriminating guest - so
smooth, so rich and flavorful. It wins instant
favor with lovers of fine ice cream. This
triumph of ice cream quality is factory packed
in pint cartons in order to carefully protect its
perfect texture and delicate flavors. When
callers drop in just phone your dealer for
"'""." De Luxe Vanilla, De Luxe Chocolate or De vv
Luke St. Claire (special vanilla with shaved
chocolate and glazed cherries.)
Ask Dealer
' YQUr
Arctic Dairy Products Compariy.
MICHIGAN "

0'1' i CE
H !3 t 't I' l .: . it P x t , 1 It t~ t tl'CT; l '-lE ee+ u ,a -. 1 ei"t"t a zT 17,
Gjboul. 11 p. in. at t'ilti of lies 0 StaLt
'If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie j hit IV;11 anis Sts- i) . T. i' mg-
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad for(i eras struck by to ani ,wnobj e.
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to Several people CC a{a dig ft; r flciE,, till i
classify all want ads under appropriate head tve re W ,esSes. r t . 1~ang"^rk} 1fi i12
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable 4
copy, Ip1?reeiate tiny on) who saw the
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- i acc°id"nt will iclcl, . nc hini. Dial
ing publication. Notice of any error must lie 4951 31.412.33,
given in time for the second insertion. CASH RATES
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of T..niversity Of Nliclliga.n 'Band playing
five average wards to the line) for one or two "Victors- "ycliot
I ins, ertions rt'rl lilut" oil Vic-
Nine cents per reading line for three or more fo: Record.
Etnsertions. f'e'.>?.e'uet le . 'tY t i 1 ,iE= tDn h tf
_ Cash classifieds received at the Daily office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES PFRl ETTAI, CALENDAR-.-.A magne-
Special standardized rates given on appiia- tie arrow finds tllt" slay of the week
titrrt.- _- for any (late. Send 25c ($1 for 5)
- for this device together with the
LOST j mathematical formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating,
LOST-Small black leather note-hooli t esuits mentally. A. C. Washburne,
north corridor of Mason Hall. Find- Piasheld, R"Iassachusetts. Wed-tf.,
er call 5575. 31.
-' TYPEWRITING & 1 IAfEOGRAPJIINGi
LOST-Gold fountain pen. Initials. Promptly and neatly done by eom e-
M. L. K. Call 21225. 30-31-32 ! tent operators at moderate rates.
College Work a specialty for seven-
LOST-Saturday, glasses in case teen years.
With the name Prange, Optometrist; ! 0, D. MORRILL,
Kalamazoo. Dial 7640. 30-31-32. 17 Nickels Arcade,
t ! The Typewriter & Stationery Store
LOST-Qn March 6, a plain gold i tf
band bracelet.-, Keepsake. Reward.
30-31. TYPEWRITERS
Rebuilt and second hand 62 all makes
LOST-A girl's whte, old lace shawl. I bought, sold, rented exchanged,
Disappeared from girl's _ room at 1 cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg-
Frosh Frolic, Friday night. 13e- est stock and best service depart
ward. Call 21684. il. I anent in Ann. Arbor.
O. D. MORRILL,
LOST--A topaz setting for a ring; 17 Nickels Arcade,
somewhere on the campus. Finder The Typewriter & Stationery Store
please call 5246. - 31 2-313 Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
NOTICE
WAN g E j)
YOU MEN
who are working your way through WANTED-Student-to work for meals.
Michigan, or who want to earn some Apply. Court Cafe. 103 E. Huron' St.
worthwhile side money---- 30-31
READ THIS
We are a wide awake organization WANTED-Opportunity for ten men
I and we want the part time services of for Spring Vacation employment.
!IIIsome high grade, aide awake young See Dockeray. 437 Maynard. 31
man.
Ours is not a real estate or peddling WANTED-Student to open store
proposition but an opportunity of real mornings 7-9. Also work Sunday
merit, worthy of your prompt investi- 7 a. m. to 9 p. in. £;lue Front Cigar
gation. Store, corner of State and Packard.
Write to-day and tell us of yourself 31-32.
in detail. We will promptly arrange
mutually agreeable appointments. V61tt RENT
Address Box 70, Michigan Daily --- ---LL- - -
POR RENT-A large student home, 8
BETSY ROSS SHOP ( year lease, filled with students, will
serves delicious salads, frappes, 1 sell complete furnishing to home 30
porfaits, sundaes and sodas boys. Also dining room outfit, eight
TRY THEM! bole Garland gas range, large re-
30-32-31. . frigerator, etc. Income $700 a
month... House filled in, summer but
FELLOWS! no rent to pay in July and August.,
Don't Miss This Price for all $2,900. Dial 6202.
Suits $38-Extra trousers $45 32-34-35.
Guaranteed to fit
Custom made knickers $10 FOR RENT-One single room, clean
C. T. DOUKAS, 1319 S. Univ. and warm. 516 Creever Court. Be-
26-27-28-30-32-34-36 38 39 hind the Union. Dial 7073.
CLEANING-Dark 29-30-31.
garments gather
the same soil that shows on light FOR RENT-Ten room house, newly
ones-$3.50 for $5.00 in work at decorated, modern, rent' reasonable.
Chemical Cleaners, 426 Thompson, Block from campus. Dial 7022.
Dial 6898. E. O. D. tf. 28-29-30-31-32-33.
l
A SPECIAL FOP~ RENT-Furillslred or partly fur
TAILORED SUIT, $35.00 nished apartment, light housekeep-
M. IV. MILWAIID ing, private bath, steam heat. 1033
332 S. State, over Pratt & Dann Packard. Dial 5754.
E. 0. D. tf. 28-29-30-31-32-33,
NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher and FOR SATE
i soloist, thirty years ' experience,
Mandolin, banjo, guitar, and chord FOR SALE-A Ford Sedan in very
j construction. Telephone 4757. good condition, $125. Call Chase,
j Wed~ Fri., Sun., ff. 3818.9 29-30-31.
NOTIICF.-The Arbor Fountain ser- FOR SALE-Ford Touring, good con-
ves the best lunches in town. Try dition, price "reasonable. Call 6349.
them at 313 State St. 31-33-35. 706 Haven. 29-30-31.
PRESSING-Unquestionably the best FOR SALE-Two Islands on Georgian
pressing service in town. Try us Bay, motor boat, new log cabin,
once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 328 So. Main. $1,000. Phone 8891. J. E. Maddy,
tf ( 1918 Berkshire Road. Phone88 91.

31-32-33
Fine custom tailored clothes, in-
dividual fit, best workmanship, cor- FOR, SALT-Copyright of a Book good
rect style, suit $35.00 and tip. Albert for the movies, good for $20,000 to
Gansle, 118 E. Washington, tf someone, iow price made will sell

Areal aan's watch
for REAL Men!

r .ate ~;r? -'"'X" r ,
t .. 1 g -

Geen or whItego ld fille( ca se;S
15ejwel U LOVA$ $'5 02
Movmet We

SEE Ji our group of college stu-
dn instructors, alumni and
,Efli~nbdfriends who will tour Eturope this
.iglame for $366~. ncluding all necessary
Ilaa~* expenses.
Free side trip (via Toronto) to
VISIT Nagara PFalls. Opportunity to see
Leanden trea and picturesque Quebec.
Amtsterdam Ocean voyage on board Canadian
Brueeela PacifiC teamshipa~w lthAmnerican
Pa oir pist. muslao. iPentycof deck space far
oa InterH= ms dancing. recreation, deck promos.
dramaues. Comfortable bertbha.
Appetizing meals. Two-day voy-
age do5wn the mighty St. Law-
rence. Only four days open sea.
Lauding at Liverpool we visit Chester and Leamington. J
By mnotor to famed 'English Pastes, the Sb kespeiire
co.unty, rural Etnglan~d and Oxford University. Your days
Visit the Hague, Amsterdam and Scheveningen In Liul-
land; lBrussels tBruges Zoebru ge.Ostend gx~d other points
Iu nBiligum . t3y tr ain tlirot hk . bttlei eda to
Paris. whore we spen~d a wee!'. witb trips to Versailles
and the A-erican baa ie sector. Ample tinie for individwal
aiguc= eeing and sh~.p.ing. Return sailing front Cherboucrg.
Soetors if deaired, at $260 and 9330. Etensions to
8iterad.Grmtn andtaly at moeate coa, N.otels.
prc.Management arranges all details; books t-anor.
,ain eue desirab,e hotel acconaimoda-
Li; pecre alconducts Party. r
Art ACr aftBuild 'ar~tol Bureau,
Dept. 123 800 North Desarborn
Street, Chicago, Illinoits.
Gentlemen: Pleas" send mie. without oblge- i
tioft on tony part. full detailsi of your Colegiatet
Name----------a------------------------
IAddress------------- ------
City------------------------------
State--- ----------- --- ---,

he ave aco mpletes election of thesel

fmous BULOVA Strap Watches.t

lfa

syles an dshahps,from $28.50 to $95.00.T
Tadein Yo urOl dWatch.S
hian derer & S e y f r iedJ
JWELERS3
34 SouthMainSt ."

tf 4.. as
n;.
Z'
1, -
i
4
c
i
rti
' /
t s: -
,.1 _.:
'
'! ..ti ,
/
",
+
' t i i
f ;
ll
. '.
= i. , .
.i

-- , jv s
f
,^,
_

Back in the days of Dobbin .. .
when the college sheik (then
known as the "dude") gave his
best girl a great whirl around the
campus on Sunday afternoons,
Anheuser-Busch was nationally
known among good fellows.
And today, when we do sixty
miles an hour without hurrying
... and good mixers are popular
everywhere,
BU(SC"
PA LEDR.Y
is the favored drink of college men
because, like the college man,
Busch Pale Dry is a good mixer
everywhere and every time.
i 1!1
tr F

i .
,/ ''

E _
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 Rule, Tallors
Sprfng Suits and !'opcoats
$23.00
Style; Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
HEAR "Always" on Victor Record by
George Olson and his music at-
Schaeberle & Son illusic House tf.
E
E
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.
LEAVE your order now for the new
Victor Record played by the Univ.
of Mich. Band at Schaeberle ad t
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St.I
tf.
NOTICE-Will share pleasant apart- 1
j meet with one or two university I
students or business girls. 593S.

.

__ -.

h

Read The Daily

"Classified" Columns

F

I " M III

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan