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THE MICHIGAN DAILY..

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ANOTHIR DEAL ADDS !Varsity Star In Third
Year Of Competition
STRENGTH TO GIANTS

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Mcr~aw Makes Sevond Trade Within
Same Month And Again
Proves Winner
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(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Jan. 11.-John Mc- -
Graw, metropolitan observers seem
convinced, is fast establishing himself I
as the David Harum of baseball. Fresh
from startling the baseball world
with the deal that brought Rogers
I-ornsby to New York, the gray-haired
chieftain of the Giants has just en-
ginered a complicated transaction in-
volving four clubs and 11 players. I
As a result of this wholesale shift,
completed yesterday, the Giants ob-
tain Burleigh Grimes, veteran pit-
ball pitching star bf the Brooklyn
Robins, and outfielder George Harper Russell Baker
of the Phillies. Brooklyn acq1ires Wolverine's star 115 pounder who
Walter Henline, hard-hitting catcher will begin his third consecutive year
of the Phillies, who got three per- of Conference wres ling against bor-
formvers-Jack Scott- and Alex Fergu nell college of Mt. Vernon, Ia., Satur-
son, veteran twirlers, and Lafayette day. Baker captained the 1926 Mich-
s Thompson, infielder. igan wrestling team and has never
The Buffalo Internationals, fourth suffered a defeat in two years of Big
party to the deal, obtains five men. Ten competition. The Wolverine, mat-
Two of them, Infielder Bill Huber and man will encounter Grey, who is one
Pitcher Ray Pierce, go from the Phil- of the best men on the Cornell team
lies at once in exchange for Ferguson. and holds a victory over Eakin of Indi-
In the spring the Bisons will get two ana already this year. Interest is
more players on option, two from added to this bout by the fact that
Brooklyn and one from New York. Baker receivkd instruction from Dick
In this involved shufle, the Giants Barker, 'the Cornell coach, when he
obtained Henline and Harper for was at Michigan.

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pen cn Jan. WANTED STUDENTS to know that
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NOTICE-We' repair all musical in-
struments at Schaeberle and Son
Music House. tf

Thompson and Scott, then shifted
Henline to Brooklyn for Grimes. .
Grimes is the last of the veterans
to go in Brooklyn's reorganization.
The veteran, who has seen 11 major
league seasons, has been one of the
Robins' biggest winners since 1918,1
when he was traded by Pittsburgh.
Scott was a hero of the Giants' 1922

Hammer Record
Rose Still Stands
Records come and records go, espe-
cially in the realm of track and field

FOR NOTICE-Student Tailor Shop, 721 N.
University, across from Hill Audi-.
FOR SALE-Flute-new sterling sil- torium. Re-opened under new
ver. Cundy-Bettoney-Boehm-system. management. Cleaning, pressing
Will sell for less than half price, and altering. Ladies' work especi-
Call 21260 after six. 76-77 ally. Phone 8040. c-tf
FOR SALE-Tuxedo in good condition. ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Price reasonable. Dial 4932 or call Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
at 1021 Church. 76 77-78 6513. daily-tf

world's series triumph over the performers, but one Michigan track
Yankees and performed well last year. record has a charmed existence. Ralph
Ferguson, who has seen service with ,Rose's record of 158 ft. in. for the
the Yankees and Red Sox, also helped
Washington land the 1925 American hammer throw has withstood the e%-
League pennant. forts of all Wolverine atheltes since
it was made in 1904 and is the longest
NEW YORK, Jan. 11.--Manager standing Varsity record. Harry Haw-
John McGraw of the Giants has tele- kins, undefeated in the hammer event
graphed Zack Wheat, recently releas- last spring, was expected to better,
ed Brooklyn outfielder, an offer for this mark for he consistently threw
the 'coming season. "I think he has the iron ball in the neighborhood of
another good year in him," McGraw 150 ft. and in the dual meet with Illi-
commented. Wheat is at his home at nois set a mark of 157 ft. 1 in. only a
Polo, Mo. foot from Rose's record.
1 Versatile Johnny Garrels, former
Wolverine athlete, had another of his
Miachigan Baseball Varsity track and field records go by
I the board last spring when Dick Doyle
Card Is Completed threw the discus 141 ft. 1 in. to smash
Garrels' record of 140 ft. 4 1-2 in. that,
Completion of the Michigan Base- had stood since 1907. Not satisfied
ball' schedule or the 1927 season was with this performance, Doyle bettered
announced by Coach Ray Fisher yes- thrk o ft. 9 in.
terday, the added dates including the throw of 143 ft. 9 in.
trip south, a two game series with The only other individual to set a
Colgate and the annual Michigan Michigan Varsity record last season
State series, was Capt. Phil Northrop with tosses
The games, additional to the Con- of 205 ft. 9. in. and 207 ft. 7 5-8 in. on
ference series already announced are: successive days at the Conference
April 9, Michigan at Kentucky. meet. The previous mark of 202 ft.
April 11 and 12, Michigan at Van- 3 in. was made by Hoffman in 1922.
derbilt. Relay teams have been coming in
April 13 and Michigan at Mer- for their share of records in the past
cer. few years. The mile quartet hung up
4pril 15 and 16 Michigan at Geor- a mark of 3 min. 19 9-10 sec. and the
gia. r four mile team set a record of 18
April 26, Michigan State College at min. 16 sec. last spring. The two mile
Ann Arbor. record of 7 min. 51 2-5 sec. was set
May -18 and 19, Colgate at Ann Ar- in 1925 by the Likert, Hart, Freyberg,
bor. Reinke combination.
June 1, Michigan at Lansing. Johnny Garrels' high hurdles roe-
J u_ _,_ _ _ _ _n _t L a s i go r d o f 1 5 1 - 5 w a s t i e d i n 1 9 1 9 b y C a r l
Johnson and again in 1923 by Dehart
W IMAIN FINISHES FIfFT Hubbard, but was broken the latter
YEAR OF SERVICE HERE year when Hubbard negotiated the
barriers in 15 sec. flat. In 1905 he
set a record of 24 4-5 sec. and two
Elton E. "Tad" Wieman, Michigan years later bettered it twice, the pres-
football ine coach and first lieutenant ent mark being 24 sec. flat.
to Coach Yost, h'as concluded hisc Another record which has withstood
fifth year of service to Michigan with the battering of years is Horner's 48
the passing of 1926. ft. 3 1-2 in. mark in the shot put
One of Wieman's outstanding char- which was made in 1911. Ralph Rose,
acteristics is his almost "painful" at- for years holder of the world record
tention to the hundred-and-one ad~ ot 51 ft., had 47 ft. 6 1-2 in, as his
ministrative details of the athletic best performance for the Maize and
plant. Blue.
Two years ago Coach Wieman DeHart Hubbard, is the only Mich-
turned dowq a substantial increase in igan athlete to hold a world mark.
pay and the prestige of a bigger job. His leap of 25 ft. 10 7-8 in. is supreme
He could possibly have his pick of 1 in the broad jump and his mark of
considerable athletic posts were lie to .9 3-5 sec. for the eentury was resog-
whisper any wilingness to- change. nized as a joint world record, until
Yost has often ,,said that "Tad" is !Charlie Paddock's mark of 9.5 sec.
"just about 100 per cent." was recognized this winter. Archie
Hahn was the first Wolverine to runI
Notre Dame defeated the University 100 pards in 9 4-5 see. in 1904. This
of Detroit 41 to 24 in the week-end record stood until Hubbard's 1925 per -
basketball game. The game was very formance, but was -equalled in the
rough and was constantly slowed upl meantime by Craig, Seward, Carl John-
by penalties. Ison, Wittman, and Hubbard as well.

FOR SALE-Radio, nmie tube super-
heterodyne. $45. Call 7710. 76-77
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
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tamed anywhere. O. 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-I
tion. New paint and A-1Otires and
battery. Dial 8950 or evenings 5267
for demonstration. tf
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Room in private family.
312 East Ann St. 77-78-791
SFOR 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-A desirable room neary
campus, for instructor or graduate
student. Call 8804. 77-78-79

NOTICE-Complete line of Radios,
and Loud Speakers. Authorized
Radiola dealer. Schaeberle and
Son Music House, 110 So. "Main St.
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To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tU
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. O. D. MOR-
RIIL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
'Typewriters, Inc. tf
NOTICE-Pianos and Victrolas for
rent. Schaeberle and Son Music
House, 110 So. Main St. tf
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very-reas-
onable Trices, tailored or, ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THFK TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
c Wed-Fri-Sat
NOTICE-Satisfaction guaranteed on
all our printing and developing. 24
hour service. Swift's Drug Store,
340 S. State. we4-fri-sun
READ THE WANT ADS

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A conservative coat with a
particularly fine roll to the
lapel. Decidedly )vorth your

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$52.00

A new open back only dress shirt in a-
wider striped pique.
$5.0
Vests in black and white, both double
and single breasted
$10-$11 -$12

FOR RENT-One nice double room,
and one single room. Four blocks1
from campus. Inquire, 957 Green-
wood Ave. 76-77-78
VERY desirable single or double room
in private family-sleeping quarters
separate if desired. 1101 Church St.,
Phone 7941 76-77-78
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We have an ex
of all kinds of c
a box of asso
chocolate cover
make the best
ciated gift. Ge

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WOOD"AND KILGORE
Sate Street Over Calkins'

cellent selection
andies. After all,
rted creams or
red hard center
and most appre-
t them from us

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sure that they are the

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best candies made.
We are near enough to the
campus so our fountain can
serve you with delicious malted
milks, sundaes; and sodas be-

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stock of Winter Footwear.

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