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THE MICHIGAN DAILY eatELm

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Bialmer ................ 0 0
Duffield ............. 1 1
Beadle.......:......... 0 0
Killoran ..... ,.......... 5 1
McGilicuddy .......3 1
Nichols ...... ....... .0 0
Kipk1 .... ..... ..... 0 0

Mlarshall, rg...........04
Witte, if.............. 0
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11'Floate, rf ............. 2
7a Berkhousen, If..........(0
0 Parr, c ................ 2
0 Winsor, rg............ 1
-Brown, Ig............. 0
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p Al euua Defeats Grand 11
;St. Bernard of Alpena wa:,

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2-- [c fet 7-8 inches against Yale two weeksj
1 (Continued from Page Six) ;ago, and Dodd and Reed in the pole!
2. Tung is the sather Michigan ent rii'vault ar'e Cornell's best entries in the
I , the mile, field events. Bradley should run up,
"' In the two mile rtun Cornell wvili against strong competition in Roth of
.1 av Ion an Iouhtnwinnr Michigan, who has a high mark of 6
seco)nd and third places respectively feet., while Northrup and' Prout. who
inteYlGmeadtes e il are practically sure to enter the pole
be upprte byVanerbook Calahnvault for Michigan, have records in
-4'Wells and B rig gs are the MichiganI that event which are the equal of the
3zentries in this event., Callahan andz best performances of the Cornell
1 WAells 'finished fourth and fifth re- iflmen.
li1 spectively the Conference indoor meet.'
M1unz and Lovette' the Michigan Strong, with 6peilman as Cornell's
shot putters should have little or no! most promising entry. The latter took
trouble. in capturing the first two second place in the Tale meet, be-
first ;places in this event, as they are both hind Bullard of Yale, who set a new

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Thl e charged.
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classify all want acts tunder appropriate head
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable"
Scopy.
This column closes at 3 P. At. date preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error must be
given iu time for the second insertion.
CASH RATES

WANTED
WANTED-Three exp'erieaced htigh
Grade Shoe Salesmain. Those Nvho
know howy to fit and sell shoes in-
telligently, to work Saturdays and
Holidays. Work all year round re-
ga rdless of weather conditions.
Apply or write immekliately cjo
L. Klein, 1275 Woodward Ave.,
Amies Co. Shoe Dept., .Detroit, Mich..
32-33-34.

The Lu xenberg Tux-
edo is ample proof of
the correctness in
clothes-smart cut
and excellent quality
-*that's something
every man desires.

Tncnsprraigln(othbaioffive average words to the line) for one or two WANTED-College g rls to assist in.
insertions.
Nine cents per reading line for three or more$ selling (luring noon hours. Apply
insertions, immediately at office rear_ of 2nxd
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office lo.Mc o f
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. i . lak&C.t'

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Adams.............. t 2
Carlsou,................ 0
Hullet ................. 0
Rice ................0
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Blan
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e ; team to enter the nna iro11und orJ
o Class D baskcetball tourney Ai
1 Grand Blanc bowed to them last ii
0 l bay the score of 26-16.
1 Summary:
1 StL Bernard

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capable of heaving the shot over 43; record to win the event.
feet. Murry, Cornell's best entry in With the exception of Lasser, the
this event, can onWy average around Michigan entries in the high hurdles
40 feet. The other Fred and White! are the same, and these men will be
entries in the shot are Curtis, Wright ,opposed by the same Cornellians that
and Evans.l are entered in tile highs.
Voelker, Lasser and Snider, the Wol- -
verine men in the low hurdles will Little Investment-blig returts.,'1h*
meet Spellman, Caruthers, Mason and Daily Classiflenas.-Adv.

. Showing, at.Oscar's Place_
1114 S. UniversitY
next door to, Van's. Lunch
Today
D)rop in -whenI i ~w York
during Spring Vacation
LNat LUXENBER G & Bro.
37 nio n Square, New York
Between 16th 6t 17th Sts.

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CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-

WANTED-College men to repre-,
sent Wvell known company, largest,
of its kind. Earn all your College
expenses during summer vacation.
See B. S. H-agar, Room 407, Mlich.
Ujnion. NOW. Afternoons 'and;

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Muskegon-High land Park box score: D. Bowen, c .......... .
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Crouch.........1
Plykas ................3
Myron................. 4
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McDonald ............
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Conquest, c............ 1
Gainey, 'Ig ............4
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Lawreiice Wins, Easily
Leading from the outset of the coni-

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test and never very seriously threat-I
ened, the Lawrence quintet easily
downed Maple Rapids by a 23-15 score
yesterday morning in Waterman gym-
nasium in one of the preliminary'
games of the closs D division of the
IntLerscholastic basketball tournament.
Summary follows:
Lawrence

Thne New T ravel
Promenade and
4 'Upper main Deck
Accomumodations
For TOURIST Ill Cabin Passengers
CHERBOU1LRO
Special Sailings
ROUND
TRIP$17
May 18. June 8. July 3.
Cabin rates on 4pplication
For APRIL SAILINGS to
COPENHAGEN DANZIG and
BALTIC; PORTS
aply to
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To think about the biri
We have some dandie;
other s for $1.50.
How about the lawn?
soil with Smith's Plant

In 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.50 Packages.
Jno. C. Fischer Hardware Co.

Is it in good shape ?
and Lawn Food.

If not, sweeten the

Why not put up a house for themr?
A very good wren house for $1.00;

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LOST-Small in shaped like Greekl
letter Phi. Set with pearls. Re?I
turn to Sec'y's office or 719 Tappan.
{Dial 3542. 32-33-34. I
LOST-Parker Duofold peni in East
1hall, about noon Thursday. W. T.
Hinckley, Phone 4765. 34
LOST-Fraternity pin, letters Z B T,
initials W. L. C. Call 6956. Re-
ward. 34-35-36.
LOST-Has anybody seen my glasses?
Chin Small, 301 N. State St. Phone'
8747. 34
NOTICE
YOU MEN
who are working your way through
'Michigan, or who want to earn some
worthwhile sidie money----
REI D TITS
We are a wide awake organization
and we want the part tinme services of
some high grade, wide awake young!
man.
Ours is not a real estate or peddling
proposition but an opportunity of real
nmerit, worthy of your prompt investi-
gation.
Write to-day and tell us of yourself
in detail. We will promptly arrange
mutually agreeable appoiilitments.
! Address Box 70, Michigan Daily
BETSY ROSS Snt;
serves delicious salads, frappes,
porfaits, sundaes and sodas
TRY THE~M!
30-32-34.
GET YOUR Victor Record of " Vic-
tors" "Yellow and Blue" by Univ. of
Mich. Band, at-
Schaeberle &KSoil Music House,
110 S. Main St. tf.
JOE'PARKER'1S CAFE
Dancing every night during supper
from 6:30 to 8:00
Private parties our speciSI tY.
E. 0. D. tf.
*PRESSING-Unquestionably the best
pressing service in town. Try, us
once. Cheer-Up Wahl, 328 So. Mail.
tf
Fine custom tailored clothes, in-
dividual fit, best workmanship, cor-
rect style, suit $35.00 and up. Albert
Gansle, 118 E. Washington. tf
NOTICE-Hats cleaned, shoes repair-
ed. Absolutely the most satisfac-
tory work in town. Pay us a visit.
Washington Shop, 106 E. Washington
Arnold's State 8t. sIeweler

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Phone 414 liii
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A GOOD woman cook (white) for
July and August, ,for a small
boarding house at Higgins Lake.
Good pay. Also a good woman for
dining room. Please write at once
to Mrs. E. Chaney, 97 Pilgrim Ave.,
Highland Park, Detroit. 35-36-37.
WANTED-Two boys to work for their
room. In one of the nicest homes
in the city, 337 Thompson. Dial
6290. 34-35.
WANTED -- Janitor or porter work
wanted by experienced man. Phone
22388. 34-35-36
l FOR RENT
FOR RENT-A large student home, 8
year lease, filled with students, will
sell conmplete furnishing to home 30
boys. Also dining room outfit, eight
hole Garland gas range, large 're-
frigerator, etc. Income $700 a
month. House filled in summer but
no rent to pay ill July and August.
Price for all $2,900. Dial 6292.
I ~32v-34-35.
FOR RENT-Very attractive double
room, steam, heat, fireplace. 522
Monroe. Dial 4546. 34-35-36.
FOR RENT-Furnished fully or in.
part, three rooms. Very desirabole,
$45 per month. 1025 Packard, Dial
6688. 34-35-36.
FOR RENT-3 furrnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 1011 Bath.
Rent reasonable, dial 5696.
34-35-36.
FOR RENT-Back from campus, light
hoi sek,-ening rooms, well furnished.
)Dial 22151. 34-35-36.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished 3 room
modern apartment, first floor. 1005
Packard, available April 1st. Dial
21264. 34-35-36.
FOR RENT-2 room, first floor apart-
ment. Furnished, hot, cold and soft
water, gas stove. Rent reasonable,
for rest of school year. 1025
Vaughn St. Dial 5571. 34-35-36
FOR RENT-Very pleasant front suite
for two girls. 432 Maynard. Dial
21308. 34-35-36.
FOR RENT-Suite, two offices, State
Street section. Dial 4931. th-sat-tf.
FOR SALE
FOR' SALE-Man' - bicycle, good con-

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I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,

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9:00 A. M.-Bible Class.
iOn 10:00 A. M.-Confirmation services.
No other service in the fore-
no00n.
At 5 :30-7 :20 P. M.-The Student Club
meets at the parsonage. Dis-
cussion topic, "Morals anad
Ideals," Alice Lehtinen, lead-
er.
7:30 P. M.-A special Young Peo-
pie's service. Daniel Coyner
01I of St. Louis will deliver the
sermon. Topic: "The Cour
age of the Chiristian:"

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Is now carrying a complete line of dition, $12.00. Dial 3797. 33-3l4-35
fountain pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in FOR SALE--Radio 5 tube set, coast-to-
and see us, we can satisfy you. I coast reception. Good tone and
Arnolds State St Jeweler volume. Phone 6464. Ask for
302 S. State St. tf. Riley. 34
A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Spring Suits and Topcoats ! FOR SALE-Copyright of a Book good
$23.00 1 for the movies, good for $20,000 to
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Giaranteed' someone, low price made will sell
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf. it quick, 337 Thompson.
1 31-32-34-35.

SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
PHILIP E. LAROWE, Musical Director
10:45
Morning Sermon
"M4ILLIONS NOW LIVING WILL NEVER DIE"
5:45
Student Supper
6:30
Dr. PrestonA Jamxes will give an illustrated lecture on
"TRIPPING THROUGH TRINIDAD"

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HEAR "Always" on Victor Record,
a waltz, fox trot or vocal number
Schaeberle & -Soil Music Rouse,
110 S. Main St.

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5:30 P. M.-Student fellowshil
and supper.
6:30 P. M.-Student Forum. Dis
cussion Hour.
7:30 P. M.-Lenten service. Sub,
ject: "Behold tile Man."

PERPETUAL 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
mathematical formula upon which
it is based and rule for calculating
results mentally. A. C. Washburne,
Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Wed-tf.

FOR SALE--Frontenao over-head
valves. Brand .new. A real buy.
Phone 6464. Ask far Riley. 34
FOR SALE-One sixty dollar caress
suit and sixty dollar guitar, $35
each. Both in excellent condition.
Also '$1600 player piano nearly
new for $1,000. 727 Church Street.
Phone 8765. 34.

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Promptly and neatly done by compe-
tent operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-
teen years.
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17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
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