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WEDNEiSDAY, MAY 19, 1926PG]tr2i

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F"RESHMEN CLOSE
OUTOORSAU
yVarious athletic events already card-'
eda for next week-end have prevented
Coach Charles B. Hoyt's yearling
tracksters' from enter'ing the all-Con-
ference telegraphic meet to be held
Saturday. This ends the season for
t-i freshmen athletes who engaged in
limeets, winning two, tieing one,
an~d losing two.
During the indoor season the yearl-+

ilngs engaged in only two meets, a dlual
encounter with Wisconsin and an ii.-
door all-Conference rn:ut in wb icli
eight of the Conference selmo,hi were
repz°.:cnl:.ed. The Badger:; wr2 te-
feated by a 46 1-:3 to 43 2-3 marg-ii.
bit ini the Conference mneet t e \Wu]-
vernues scored a total of only five
points while the Iowa sciuad, 5ollov.-
Sed closely b)y Illinois, Wisconsin, andI
Minnesota all outscoredl the Mlichiganz
team.
C'After the close of the indoor season,
44 men were awarded numrias by
Coach Hloyt and toe numeral winniers
elected John J. Kelly, captain.1
Kelly, in the first meet of tho out-

in the fast tune Of :594 to0leid the
t ol(d in thle heIlf, and the fnal rce-ult
e ?d I 2iiinT0 t01 aduel s a G;t6-0 7
Imk 11ioh. iiinois cainenext 0o1 "'ho
r c duie andI the Champaign track-
1r;ocIea dthe 1Volvei'ines ];vy be
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:05 :cor'e of 75-65. siihe fini}mimee, Ia;fnt a pproached by any of his op-
of h1e v ter was run o,, ia 7t week t it':r lnuI s during the year.
E Wiouir" alI the l tadg;'I azi isnand lBlocker in the broad
bow, ed to the Woclvcrine:, th t s }lr X111ump, Erickson in the pole vault, and
a6()-66 margin. Kinncy and }McDonald, 'in the hurdles,
Sevrali~rtuiin~canid~ to wr I' ave also shown up well.

Tttuiiloftjra Abur1itiut

I IN ")TItCE
1)ON'T miss having Victor Ilecordt
"Billy B~oy" by Frank Crumnit, at--
Schaeberle and Son Music House. tr.

All members of the fresm-n
track squadi are requested lby
Coach Charles B3. H oyt to aissem,-
ble at J4:15 o'clock th is af-
terucon at the field house for the
annual picture.

Va:: ity sq uand ne1101rAv.Crx' w11-,
covered during the season of int'-nse
practice. Captain Kelly has done bet-
U'or than 1two minutes in the halfl'o
seera occafl mCCisfl5and can aho runl
the quarter in good time. Other (list-
2,ace men0 are Huflnt in the half. Smith
and Monroe in the mile, and Wuerfi&
in l theo mile.
Ketz in the hammer throw is by far
the most promising of the field candi-4

LONDON-Twenty-seven Americans
-aue among the 216 competitors entered
for the British amateur championship
to be played at 'Muirfield, Scotland,
Mlay 21-25.
Lee Barnes, university of South-
ern California athlete, who is to comn-
pcte in the eastern intercollegiate,
cleared the b~ar at 13 feet 8 inches in
ganies at Palo Alto.

If you are a telephone subscriber catl Jimmie'-- ___
jdte Ad-Taker, Dial 21214: and your want ad ; Modernit Jury Trials
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to Published by JIenninlgs C~o. of New
classify all want ads under appropriate head* York mlade of the (henius; Eloquence
copy. and to revise or withhold objectionable "of over 100 great lawyers showing,
llhis column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- how cases tre won.
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CASH RATES celleutt made, highly entertaining and
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insertions.________________________ _____
Cash classifieds received at the Daily ofice
in The Press Buildinq can Maynard Street. COLLEGIE Stludents vwhlo wish to be
CONTRACT RATES coe o er1 e etrn n
Special standardized rates given~ on applica- chsnorW rEerL tuig n(
*;' Selling this summier must secure
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I A)ST-l'latinum Brooch with 2 diam-I
onds1 and sap~phire. Reward. Phone
6518. 71-72-73.
LOST-Waltham, hunting case, gold
fwatch with U. M. Fob, near cornea of
Thompson and Williams. Phrone
6961. Ed. Peterman.
ILOST-Aqua marine ring, white gold
setting. Call 8065. 70-71.
LOST-Aquamarrne ring, lost unear
Engineer B~uilding, near Church
Street.. Reward. Dial 8065. 70-71
LOST-Pair of tortoise shell-rimmed
glasses. Finder call 21283. Reward.
70-71-72.1I
LOST-A Delta Chi pin on State Street
between Hill and Campus, or at the
M. C. Station. Finder please return
to D. P. Ginn, Dial 4418, and re-
ceive reward. 70-71-7 2.
LOST-Long green leather purse in
Science Auditorium or on campus at
11 last Thursday, Reward. Dial
21069 or call at 328 E. Williams.
i 70-71-72.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1923 Ford Coupe A-i
condition, first reasonable offer
takes it. Call "Bill" 8065 after 7
p. mn. 70-71-72.
FOR SALE-Ford touring in good con-
dition, starter and (demountable
rims. Will sacrifice if sold at once.
Dial 4418 or call at, 733 S. State
Iand ask for Gawne. 70-71-72.
FOR SALE-Small Baby Grand, al-3
most new, owner leaving, must sell
at reasonable price. Phone 5572.
70-71-72.1

c a mem i vy rzay y i 'AV lU YL J.
Act quickly if interested. See B. S.
-iagar this week, room 302, Michigan
Union. 69-70-71-72
A. 'IASII CO., Golden Rule Tailors
Sphring Sprits and Topcoats
$23.00
Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed
Dial 6746 or 9736 tf.
ILOCKSM I TH
All kinds of trunk, door keys
SIR, RELLER
Phone 7325 1210 W. Huron
Sj'M MER WORK
Students desiring pleasant and profit-
able summer work see Mr. Werner,
at 503 E. Liberty, one man to work
Ann Arbor along with summer
school,; between 4-6 and 7-9 p. in.,
Wednesday. 70-71.
MEN desiring sumn, or employment
nify interview Mr'. P. 13. Lewis, Dist.
Manager. Tfhe Nor'th Ridge Co. at
Room 304 Michigan Union, Wednes-
day, 8:00 a. nm.-10:00 p. mn. 70-71.
WATCH REPAIRING SERVICE
Not how cheap but Ilow Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch Shop
Edward A. Clark, I1:.' S. U~nlyersity

Clothes

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Our Entire Stock of HIRSH VICKWIIRE and CAMER Clothes
for Young Men in a Great

CALL UVS
WE pay best prices for men and wom-
en's used clothes-J. 'VV. WENSON,
224 Detroit St. Dial 21405. tf.
IF YOU WANT REAL
,cleaning and pressing service at
reasonable prices
Dial 7814
CHEER UP WAIL'S. 328 So. Main

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ATTENTION
Look over my line of samples for
SPRING SUITS
2 pant suits made to measure, $37.50
T .B. Lyons, 515 E. Williams tU

-BECAUSE O CHANCE OF POLIO'
ANY SUIT LEFT IN STOCK
For fine sits that were $52 to $68
Some Saving! No wonder v

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FOR SALE-Oriental Rug, R~azak, j
jewel pattern, 11 ft. by 4 1-2. Very
Ireasonable. 217 N. Ingalls St. Dial
9277. 70-71-72.
FOR SALE-One May Festival course
near front first balcony. Phone
7293. 71. 1
FOR SALE-May Festival tickets, two
seats, first row balcony, center sec-
tion. Phone 8018. tf.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival (entire
course) main floor. Inquire Fred
Heusel. Phone 7913. 711
FOR SALE-1925 Ford Coupe, $225, in
fine shape and lots of accessories,
also 1918 Ford Touring, 'runs like a
top, $65; good tires on both cars.
See these cars at 906 Gott St. or
phone 9509. 71-72-73.
FOR SALE-Six tube Radio set, one
control. A real bargain at $25.00.
Call Bond, 7070. 71-72.
FOR SALE-A Hlammond portable
typewriter in excellent condition.
Call 8804. 71-72-73
FOR SALE-King C. melody Saxo-
phone, good condition, cheap. Dial
21517. 71-72
NOTICE
LIBRETTOS
For
MAY FESTIVAL
INow On Sale
University Music House
Allmendinger Music Shop
Stofflet Phono Shop
Schaeberle & Son
Grinnell Bros.
Arcade Music Shop
Slaters Book Store
Wahr's Book Store
Grahams Book Stores
Students Supply Store.
PRICE 50c
VICTOR Record "Say it Again," "Lets
Talk About My Sweetie" by Russo
Oriole Orchestra, at Schaeberle and
Son, Music House. tf.
PARTY FAVORS, noise makers, con-
getti, and balloons.. Special ar-
rangements for fraternities, sorori-
ties and clubs.
BROWN'S BOOKSTORE, 210 S.
Main. tf
TH~E hit of the season on Victor Rec-
#ord, played by Warings Pennsyl-
1vanians-
"In My Gondola"
"Just a Cottage Small"
at Schaeberle and Son Music Hous e.
tf.

WARDRtOBE TAILORS
Suits to order, $23.50 and up
Suits cleaned and presed, $4~0
I pressed 35c
' Delivery service
Phone 3242 200 E. Hluron St.
tt.
NEW VICTOR RECORD k
"Poor Papa"-.lack Smith
"Don't Be a Fool, You FoolI"
at Sc4aeberle and Son 31Musle IHouse
Uf,
FOR RENT y-
FOR RENT-Near campus, very de-
sirable, three room apartment with
bath, furnishied or unfurnished, for
summer only, Call 4772.
68-69-70-71-72-73.
FOR RENT-Double and single rooms,
steam heat, hot water all the timfe,
best of living conditions. - Three
blocks from campus, $3.50 and $4.00
each. 'Dial 22342. 70-71-72.":
GARAGE 'WANTED
GARAGE Wanted for Rent-From
now till June 15. Dial 5618.
70-71-72.
WANTED
WANTED-Students desiring employ-
mont dluring vacation, conmmunicate
with Duncan Distributing Co., 934
Fernwood Ave., Royal Oak, Mich.
Can use men from every state.
70-71-72.
WANTED-Girls with selling expert.
nce to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co. tf.
WANTED-Girl for general office
work in an established Real Estate
and Insurance Office. The position
offers excellent opportunities' for
advancement and income. Appli-
cant must be good typist and should
have some business experience
though the latter is not absolutely
essential. Replies will be consider-
ed confidential. Address box 90,
Michigan Daily. tf.
WANTED-Thesis to type, low prices.
M. V. Hartsuff. Phone 9387.
69-70-71.
WANTED-Two young men who are
interested in outside work for sum-~
mer months. Must be neat and ag-
gressive. See Mr. Herring, Wednes-
day, 11 to 1, American Hotel. 71
WANTED-Suite, two or three rooms,
by two junior laws, for fall semes-
ter. Dial 4174. 71-72-73'

nre are bu;sy

Wool
Hose
Wore $2.50
[I Were $4.54
Lay in a Full
supply

How Many SHIRTS?

They were $3 to $4.50.

White and

Buy a lot of
/For Tdies that were $2 and $2.50
I You know what a bargain
that is
TAKE HALF A DOZEN

a cy mixtures, attached col-
lars, all sizes
You can't buy too many
It's a real. Shirt sensation

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TAILORING
The Highest Grade of
Workmanship in

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