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WETD NI S DAY , AY 12, 1926
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THE MICH-IGAN DAILY

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~A. A U. MOT'VINOT TO BARt
--OFF? FROM COMPETITIONt
(By Associated Press)}
LOS ANGELES8, May 11.. -The
Southern Pacific association of the .;
A. U. 'has recommended to the nadtion-
al body that it permit Charlc. hl odf'
of Norway, world's champion pole{
vaulter, to continue his exhibitions in
America. The national association
threatened to disbar Hoff from furither
ctI ompetitioni in this country following
25his refusal to compete in a recentSa
25!Francisco track meet, but has not tak-
en official "action.
B Basetebal Scores
i P American League

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CHEER SQU'AD TRYOUTS
Daily workouts are slated for
the cheering squad at Ferry field
for the remainder of the semes-
ter. They will be held at four
o'clock, and all freshmen who
wishi to try out for the squad
wvill repiort at that time.
AV. A. Warrick,
Cheerleader.

Amerlpaif -League
w.

New York ............ 15
Cleveland,............ 15
Washington.... ...17
Chicago........16
Philadelphia......14
Detroit ..........11
Boston.........7
St. Louis.......
Detroit at Boston.
Cleveland atNe~y York.
St. Louis at W ashingtonl.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Natloual League
W.
Brooklyn.............16
Cincinnati............. 15
Chicago ..............14
New York ............. 11
Pittsburgh...........11
St. Louis.............. 12
Philadelphia .......... 10
Boston........
Today's Gamies
Boston at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
New York at St. Louis.

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BIG TEN STANDINGS

iIf you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
wlhecharged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all want ads under appropriate head-;
ings and to revise or withhold objectionale
coyly.
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error must be
given in time for the second insertion.
CASH RATES
'Ten cents per reading line (cn the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two
insertion4.
tNine cents per reading line for three or more
insertions.j
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office
iThe Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-
ion.
LOST
LOST-Waltham, hunting case, gold
watch with U. M. Fob, near corner ofE
Thompson and Williams. Phonej
6961. Ed. Peterman.
LOST-Rhinestone initial pin, E. B. L.,
Sunday morning between Tulttle's
S and So. Division. Call 8951. 65-66
LOST-Pair of tortoise shell glasses
at games Saturday morning. Call
} I-. Adler, Dial 5618. 65-66-67

NO'TICE
FOR SALE-Ford Sedan, excellent
tires, mechanically guaranteed. In-
quire of Hoover in Sophomore D~en-
tal Lab or dial 3543. 64-65-66.
FOR SALE-1 921 Ford Touring $35.
One late 1922 Ford Touring $50, One
Ford Sedan, $65. Phone 6957.
64-65-66.
FOR SALE-House, 22 rooms, good
condition, corner lot. North State
Street, four blocks from campus,
oil burner, steam heat, laundry out-
fit, 1-2 ton ice box. Can be used as
a fratednity or rooming house. See
owner. P. 0. Box 208.
61-62-63-64-65-66-67-68-69
COLLEGE Student foir position of,
trust. N6 stenograpihy or bookkeep-
ing. Salary in keeping with appli-
cant's agility. Write lDept.. "G",
General Necessities Bldg., Detroit,
Mich. 64-65
NO'TICE
WE pay b~est p~rices for men and womn-
en's usedl clothes--JI. IV W\ SON,
1)14 IDetroit St. Dial 21405. tf.
1VTO hA, 1 uT? e T?-,-l Q- I- Again". 44T -4

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St. Louis "..: , 000 000 006-5 9
17shngton. 201 201 ",0x--6 9
St, Lous-Jonuard and Sihang.
Washington-Reuthter and Rulel.

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Illinois............
Purdue..........
Wisconsin .........
Northwestern...
Minnesota....
Olio' State.... .
Chicago......
Indiana ..........
Iowa............

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R. H.E.
Chicago . ... 000 000 020-2 8 0
Philadelphia 200 300 10x-6 8 2
Chicago-Faber, Thomas and Schalk.
Philadelphia-Groves and Cochrane.
Detroit-Bston-NoJ game, cold wea-
ther.
Cleveland-New York-No game, cold
weather.
National League
R. IH. E.
Brooklyn ... 030 020 001-6 16 0
Chicago .. ,.:000 101 000-2 6 3
Brooklyn--Grimes and Deberry.
Chicago-Blake and Gonzales.
R.H. E.
Philadelphia 000 001 000- 1 9 3
Pittsburgh .01 010 02x-11 15 0
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Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.
WOLVERINES HOLD NINE
OUTDOOR TRACK TITLES

y~lV~.~ ~ ~AT THlE THEATERS
I Today-Screen
w m y Arcade-"partners Again,'' with
,.._ Alexander Carr and George
.%% a" TT11EYCA. Sidney.
A T G AkAKE Majestic-"A Social Celebrity,"
A et RACET' with Adolphep Menjou.
____""___________ Wuerth, - "Beverly of Grau-
NVominating WILLIAM JO)HNSON stark," with Marion Davies.
Because they've always called him l Today-StAge I
Little Bill" and he has made the ten- Garrick (Detroit) -_"Tarnish,"
nis world like him while they were by Garrick Stock with Ann
calling him that. Harding and Rollo Peters.
IBecause he not only proved the sen-I
sation of 1925 but now holds the "bal-; Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) - I
ance of power" this coming year. I "The Student Prince in Heid-
This after 12 hectic seasons in elberg."
which he held his position in the first
ten-after a period of seven ,years. in Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
which he has never been rated below j "The Squaw Man," with Wil-
third in the ratings. liham Faversham. .I
SChicago with six veterans from last
lyear's squad is proving the big disap- Jc onofre ol'
pointment of the 'present Conference I heavyweight champion, is anxious to
baseball race. meet Luis Angel Firpo July 4.

FOUND
FOUND-A ring. Owner3
Isame by identifying.
Belthian, Univ. 178.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Canadian BI
skin. Prime, deep, soft
(len or hearth. Excellen'
f)7265.

Talky About My Swieetie" by Russo
Oriole Orchestra,- at Schaeberle and
may hae Son, Music House. tf.
Call Sue1 A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Tailors
G5-66-6? Spring Svuits and Topcoats
$..3.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial Bar 6746 or 9736 tf.
tfur. For NOTICE-High grade clothes, custom
t gift. Dial tailored, latest styles, pretft
64-6-6 . $40 and up. C. T. Doukas, 1319 S.
- ,.~IUiersity. tf.

1923 CLlEVRO117,T SEI)AN . .. $225.00
1924 DODGE SEDAN ......U0,00

(Special to The Daily)! Henline.
IOWA CITY, May 11.- Michigant Pittsburgh--Kremer and Gooch.
track teams rule the Western Confer- -.
ence outdoor, championships over a I R. H. E.
period of 25 years. With the 26th an- Boston ....000 012 001-4 9 2
nual title meet scheduled at Iowa City Cincinnati .. 001 113 1.O-7 10 1
May 28 and 29, historians have un- Boston-Benton and Siemer.
earthed the fact that the Wolverines Cincinnati-Liuque and Picinich.
with nine championships hold the 1
edge over Illinois with eight titles.I R. H. E. j
These two teams have always been New York .. 100 002 020-5 7 0
in the thick of the fight although they St. Louis . 220 000 .20x=6 11 2
have not always won.. They have com- New York-McQuillan, Fitzsimmons
piled a record far better than that of and Hartley.
any other Big Ten university, for the St. Louis-Rhem and O'Farrell.
only other champions have been Chi-__________
cago with three wins, and Wisconsin IOK-rwho ensi
with two. Iowa, Indiana, Ohio State, NWYR.-rwho ensi
Minnesota, Purdue, and Northwestern its appeal is indicated by the list of
have never seen the championship I tournaments sanctioned by the United
come their way. States Lawn Tennis association, re-
Illinois' well balanced team of 1924 leased today. More than 300. tourna-
rolled, up 74 points for the highest ments-the largest number in the his-
total in history. In 1908, Chicago tory of- the tennis body-are sched-
squeezed =out a victory with only 24t uled.1
points, the lowest total of a Big Ten
team,although in 1910 Notre Dame andI LOS ANGELES.-The. put chase of
Leland Stanford tied with only 17,I Shortstop Dudley Lee "from the Bos-
points. No outside teams will cor- ton American league club was an-
pete again, for the meet was closed nounced here yesterday by H. William
to non-Conference universities this Lane, owner of the Hollywood club
year. of the Pacific coast baseball league.

.jewel pattern, 11 ft by 4 1-2. Very
reasonable. 217 N. Ingalls St. Dial
9277. 65-66-67.
- . STEAMSHIP
TICKETS
AFOR ALL LIES
TOURS, CRUISES
FIRST. SECOND, CABIN. TOURISTS THIRD ESPECIALLY v.
Phone 6412 or write 601 2.NHuron Street
E. G. K EBLFA IS teamship Agent. ANN AMP(

LOCK SMITH
All kinds of trunk, door keys
311L.KELLER
Phone 7325 1210 W. Huron
tf.
PARTY FAVORS, noise makers, con-
getti, and balloons.. Special ar'-
rangemnents for fraternities, sorori-
ties and clubs.
BROWN'S BOOjiSTORE, 210 S.
Main. tf
WATCH REPAIRING SERVICE
'Not how cheap but How Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch Shop
.Edward A. Clark, 1121 S. University
tf.
IF YOU WANT REAL
cleaning and pressing service at
z ~reasonable prices .
Dial 7814
CHEER UP WAIIL'S, 328 So. Main
j tf.

1918 BUICK TOURING
Rt. II. ALB ER
206 WX. Huron St.

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FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
It is now time to be thinking
of getting gopy ready for your
Spring House Papers and
other printed material.
SEE US for an estimate on
PRINTING
"Y6rfor 6etter ipvmr s ons"

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Nearly Every One4
likes -
*Here is the .
'', Old Fashioned Bar
Double Strength Peppermint4
lfyou prferSugar Coaled 6am
~HANDYPACK~
Peppermint
Clear Thrul e
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Here's a Man's
Job!
'We wanit only high type
111e1. Apply 431 MichI-
Igan Uniioni.
B. S. H agyar

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APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickels Arcade
The Shop for Uique Gifts

DON'T miss having Victor Record
"Billy Boy" by Frank Crumit, at-
Schaeberle and Son Music House. tf.
WASIITENAW APTS
3-room furnished apartment, first
floor front for rent JTune, July, August.I
Washtenaw Apartments 332 E. 'Wil-
liamis, Apply Apt.' 110, Phone 8404.
65-66-67-68-69.
To Start My New
FIVE YEAR LEASE
I am having a
FIVE DAY SALE
May 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
20 pecr cent Discount on all Watches
A. F. Clarke, 1121 S. University 1

Make. your
tinctive by
place cards,
and tallies.

party dis-
using our
nut cups

D~odge Brothers Notor Cars

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ATTEN'TION
Look over my line of samples for
SPRING SUITS
2 pant suits made to meiasure, $37.5i0
T .11. Lyons, 515 E. Williams ti

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WARDROBE TAILORS
Suits to order, $23.50 and up
Suits cleaned and presed, $1.00
pressed 35c
Delivery service
lone 3242 200 E. Huron

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WANTED
WANTED-For one year, one or two
room apartment with kitchennette
and bath. Possession June 1st, Box
y88, Michigan Daily. 65.
WANTED-Girls with selling experi-
.nce to assist from 11 to' 1 o'clock
rdaily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co. tf.
WANTED-Experienced saleswomen
from 11 to 2 daily. Mack and Co.
tf.
WANTED-Small furnished house or
apartment by summer faculty memn-
ber for summer session. Must have
two bedrooms. Box 817 Michigan
Daily. 64-65
WANTED-Two or three rooms or
apartment, preferably in private
home, for two men. Call Light 7417.
)64-65
WANTED-Good used sedan, must be
reasonable. Phone 4963. 65-66-67
WANTED-For next school year- two
or three rooms, preferably in priv-
ate home,, or apartment for two
men. Dial Mr. Light, 7417. 64-65.
WANTED-Thesis to type. Low prices.
M. V. Hartsuff, phone 9387.
63-64-65
IWANTED-A Garage for summer near
St. Joseph Hospital. Dial 21962 be-
tween 7 and 8 p. m. 65
WANTED-Saxaphone player, for
Orient trip. Must be good and have
fare to the coast. Call 6539, between
four and six. 65.
ILet The Daily sell it for you thru

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TRAVEL IN EUROPE
With Good Companions
See Canada, Scotland, England,
Holland, Germany, France,
Switzerland.
44 Days $460
Ladies supervised by the Secre-
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by the State Secretary of the
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of the Presbyterian S. C. E.
People of integrity. Don't worry
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Leave July 1. Tourist 'cabin.
Party limited.

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FOR RENT-Board if dlesired-one
single and one double room. Dial
3645. 64-65-66.1
FOR RENT-Furnished five room
apartment and garage near campus
for summer months, $75.00. Phone
4459. 64-65.
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment for
summer month, private bath, gar-
ae. $70 a month. 214 S. Ingalls.
Poe22344. 63-64-65}
WANTED
WANTED-Colored cook for fraternity
ior sorority house. Experienced.
IErnest Watson, 708 N. Fourth Ave.
65-66-67.
'Patrotilze Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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Enjoy the New
Brunswick Portable

You will enjoy these new
Brunswick Light Ray Records
MONTE CARLO - - Fox Trot
ONE OF THOSE THINGS - - Fox Trot
Isham Jones' Orchestra

Arrangements Completed By
PHONE 6412
E. G. KUEBLER
LocW Authmoized & Licensed
Steamship Agt. All ILinies.
Tours acid Cr'uses Lvervwliere.

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JIG WALKT.- -
MY BUNDLE OF LOVE - -
Ben Bernie's Orchestra
NEOPOLITAN NIGHTS - -
JUST A COTTAGE SMALL -
Jack Denny and His Orchestra

Fox Trot
Fox Trot
Fox Trots
Fox Trot

Take a first class Thos. Cook
& Son Escorted Tour, seven
countries.
65 Days, $08,$
SOMLE STEAMSHIP RATES
Cleveland, $3.60, I. T. $6.50
Germany, R. T. ...... $175 up
France, R. T. .... .... $162 up
England, R. T......... $155 up

Have music wherever
you go on the new

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Brunswick Portable
$30.00

TH-ER'E'S A BLUE FRIDGE IN
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