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TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE SVE~N

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S MMERS ILL se lights in the aquatic realms are
flocking to Los Angeles to battle for
VIE FOR CA LI the $40,000 prize money in the Catalina
CH ANNEL AWARDS channel ocean marathon, the greatest
ocean swim on record, to be held'
E January 15.
LO S ANGELES, Calif.-Responding Many noted swimmers have been
to the lure of fame and fortune, many training at the various beaches near
of the continent's most famous long Los Angles and at Catalina Island
distance swimmers and scores of les- for many weeks, becoming accustomed
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DURING OUR
SALE
Besides the 20". reduc--
tion on all regular cloth-
ing, we have selected 25
Suits and 25 Overcoats
($Q5 to$40 VTen"IS)

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FOUND-Pocket knife. Phone Landis WANTED-Students wh. like good
3489. 76-77 hot BARBEFCU(:S to know we de-
---, . liver between 9:::0 and 11 :30 P. M.
tOST-Moore fountain pen on Jan.:
8th, Initial: Bula, valued as friend- WANTED - Student and family wash-
ship. Reward, 1 dollar. Dial 21003. ings. Call 8794. 76-76-77
76-77-781
WANTED--Young men not in school
LOST -White gold diamond ring, to work full time behind counter in
Lcst between .J15 Huron St. and restaurant. Must be fast and neat.
Wueith theater, Saturday iight. Re- 1108 South University. 74-75-76
turn to P15 Hirron St. REWARD.!
76-77-78 WANTED STUDENTS to know that
San pays from $, ti )$2, 5)ior v
WILL lady who took the kid gloves suits and oiercoafs.
from table in Tappan Hall corridor 121 E. ANN DIAL 4306

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kindly return to 930 Forest. 76 r
LOST-Aidale dog, black and tan.
Washtenaw County license No. 4362. 1TNT 1,N I;
Answers to name of Tim. Reward. Are your records lit) rt? If e)t
Edgar M. Durfee. 1926 Day St. why make them? If they are Pu-
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LOST-Pair glasses and Parker pen
and pencil on Ann Arbor golf links.
Dial 8519. 76

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are from broken

poiiant use a Record Ink. This is
the only kind of ink we sell and the
only kind which works well in your
fountain pen. Many worthlesx;osub-
stitutes are offered under the cloak
of the name "Fountain P'en Ink."
Ask us, we will*snow you thecdif
rence. Rider's Pen Shop.
sun-tues-thur.

lots, and placed them at

LOST-Gray silk scarf
initial "R". Reward.
Phone 21336.

with black
Call Roth.
76-76-7'

while they last.

A won-

derful saving if we have

your

size.

to the cold ch
tidal movemen
more than any
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starters.
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noon of Janua
at the northw
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United States,
area being pro
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four squads,,
marked sectict
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by Cady the,
the water to I
the mainland.
accompanying

M ASTN CHASE
211 SOUTH MAIN ST.
"Where You May Buy with Confidence."

annel currents and the the bow of the boat will be the swim- Mrs. Lottie Schoemell of New York.
ats. These two factors, mer's number, illuminated throughout Miss Barrett is figured by the dopest-
y tthers, are calculated the night. Four tugboats, acting as ers as having the best chance to win
ateloo of the less hardy "mother ships," will follow the swim- in the women's division.
on swimmers. mers to carry relief observers, pick Among the contestants who have
orded indicate that a up any contestants who give up the been training for many weeks in
r of aquatic stars who task, and meet any emergencies that Pacific waters are Henry L. Sullivan,
ally famous for records might develop. of Boston, first American to swim the
ished will be among the Will Actuayll Swim 3l Mies. English channel, whose (time from
The shortest distance from Catalina Dover to Calais August 5 and 6, 1923,
il be made on the after- Island to the mainland is 22 miles, ac- was 26 hours, 50 minutes; Charles
ry 15 from the isthmus cording to a recent survey. In order Toth, also of Boston, who swam the
estern end of Catalina to reach the mainland, however, the English channel from France to Eng-
contestants may finish entrants are expected to cover a dis- land on Sept. 8 and 9, 1923, in 16 hours,
the Pacific coast of the tance of at least 30 miles in their bat- 56 minutes; Leo Pucell, of the San.
no restricted finishing; tle with the tides. Francisco Olymphic club, winner of
vided. The prizes have been put up for the the Golden Gate swin; Baird Hicks,
s will be divided into record ocean swim by William Wrig- of Fostoria, O.; Mrs. Myrtle Huddles-
allocated to as many ley, Jr. The first prize, winner take tone, of Mattoon# Ill;' Carl F. Ruoff,
'is on the beach at Cata- all, is $25,000. In the event a man of St. Joe, Mo.; Mrs. Lee Fourier, of
On the first signal fired wins the gruelling contest the first Santa Barbara, Calif.; Hartley Cald-
swimmers will take to woman to finish will receive $15,000. well and Charles Rose, of Long Beach,
begin the long grind to If a woman wins the marathon the Calif.
On a second signal the $15,000 prize will be withdrawn. Other entrants include T. W. "Old
boats will be shoved 1 Prominent among the women who' Bill" Burgess, second man to swim
he contestants. In this' will compete in the vent are Mrs. Mil- the English channel; Norman Ross,
that might result by lie Gade Corson, recent conqueror of former Olympic champion; Mrs. Delia
mers and boats togethert the English channel; Clarabell Bar- Sullivan, of Holyoke, Mass.; Mrs. Anna
d. rett, who established an endurance E. Van Skike, 66-year-old endurance
ner will be accompanied record in attempting to swim the champion of the Santa Monica bay
harrying the swimmers' channel, being forced to give up when district, near Los Angeles, and
n official observer. On she became lost in the dense fog, and ' (Continued on Page Eight)

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DEL PRET E'S-
. E"I-NNV"AL l
Offering Our En lire Stockes of Fine
-At-
IFormerly Priced Up to
$60.00
- OE This is not a sale to clean up old dead stock-.
- -everysii w a r INeM
Smodel. The most popular model on the campus-hundreds -
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Sso . an you resst suc an ofer ell your friends.
OVERCOATS t
Every winter coat must go, in accordance with our policyto
Scarry no merchandise from one season to the next. We- have
reduced our entire stock from prices already radically cut,
-making values irresistible while coats are still in demand.
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$3.50 Heavy English Wool Hose
at $1.65 -,
Compare."
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The Mans Shop

LOST-A small black leather note-
book, somewhere on the campus.
Contains valuable notes. Call AL-
FRED KRELL, 3540. 74-75-76
LOST-Gold leather change purse,
containing bills and some change.
Lost on east side campus. Call
Mary Alice Moore, 7117. Reward. j
74-75-76
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Flute-new sterling sil-
ver. Cundy-Bettoney-Boehm-system.
Will sell for less than half price.
Call 21260 after six. 76-77
FOR SALE-Tuxedo in good condition.
Price reasonable. Dial 4932 or call
at 1021 Church. 76 7-78
FOR SALE-Radio, nine tube super-
heterodyne. $45. Call 7710. 76-77
FOR SALT. - Slingerland-May Bell
tenor banjo. 15 per cent discount for
this week o.nly. Brand new instru-
ments, and wonderful bargains at
these special prices. University
Music House. Tues., Thurs., Sat.
FOR SALE-Latest model -Remington-
Portables. A few used machines
also. Phone 3489. TuThSatTF
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sdfd,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, .L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona Typewriters, Inc. tf
CARS FOR SALE
One of those easy riding, light upkeep
Franklin, closed cars. A-1 condi-
tion. New paint and A-1 tires and
battery. Dial 8950 or evenings 5267
for demonstration. tf
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One nice double room,
and one single room. Four blocks
from campus. Inquire, 957 Green-
wood Ave. 76277-78
VERY desirable single or double room
in private family-sleeping quarters
separate if desired. 1101 Church St.,
Phone 7941. 76-77-78
1 FOR RENT-Six room house. 825 Syl-
van Ave. Available for second se-
mester. Feb. 1 or 15. Box 150 or call
8641. 76-77-78-79-80-81
FOR RENT-Large front room for
two or three boys. Single desks,
real beds, shower2baths,-plenty of
heat and light. 523 Packard St.' 76
FOR RENT -. Strictly modern six
room furnished house for rent,
available Feb. 10th. Phone 21248.
75-76-77
FOR RENT-Five room heated apart-
ment on corner of Detroit and
Kingsley. $50 a month. Phone
7595. 74-75-76
FURNISHED HOUSE for rent. One
block from campus. Occupancy
February 15. Address Box 149.
74-75-76
FOR RENT-Suite. Warm and light.
612 Hill St. Phone 6637. 74-75-76
FOR RENT-Large, newly furnished
room for girl. Phone 7595.
74-75-76
TYPEWRITER FOR RENT
Some good machines all makes. They
are in good condition. Rider's Pen
Shop. 315 State St. sun-tues-thur

0NTICE
i'VO records by Barre Hill,. just re-
leased-hear them in our record de-
partment. University Music louse.
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
DE VILBIS Atomizers work bsf,
longest. We have thei. City lPar.
76-77
NOTICI -We repair all musical in-
struments at Schaeberle and Son
Music house. tf
NOTICE-Startling offer Tuxedos
Pressed-Fifty Cent. We call and
deliver any time. T. B. Lyons 515
E. Williams, Dial 5516.
tues-thurs-sun-tf
NOTICE-Student Tailor Shop, 721 N.
University, across from Hill Audi-
torium. Re-opened under new
management. Cleaning, pressing
and altering. Ladies' work especi-
ally. Phone 80J0. c-tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tf
N0TICE-Coniplete line of Radios,
and Loizd Speakers. Authorized
Radiola dealer. Schaeberle and
Son Music House,' 110 So. Main St.
tf

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We wish to announce that

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we will have no

sale on clothing in advance of the coming
season.
Neckwear and Hats
At Reduced Prices

To. se4 best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure:'the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. O. D. MO -
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tf
NOTICE
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-z14
Detroit St. Let us do your mimeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8,683. A
c-ties-thui-Sat
NOTICE-Big discount on all Framed
Pictures and mirrors. Sale of remn-
ant frames. J. B. Saunders. Ex-
ceptional Framing. 306 So. State.
tues-thurs-sat
HEALTH Begins when you phone
8428. C M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 35
Wuerth ,rcade. tCes-thurs-sat-tf
NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ANN ARBOR SHOP, 625 E.. Liberty.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sa
NOTICE--Pianos- and Victrolas for
rent. Schaeberle and Son Music
House, 110 So. Main St. tf
FOUNTAIN PEN REIPAIRING
In keeping with University customs
we specialize, employ experienced
penmakers who can repair your pen
correctly. The only penmakers in
theustate. If your tooth was in
trouble you would go to a skilled
dentist, not to a blacksmith or grocer.
Give your pen the same considera-
tion. sun-tues-thug

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Hats Formerly Sold

at Seven

and Eight Dollars Now at
$4.50
Neckwear Priced at Two
to Three-fifty Now
$1.25 and $1.95
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