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FIjpI)AY, JANUARZY 11, 1!)27

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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M ATM[ . ILL LEAY[ t,)8 poe oe, and Mixc iau is Wei for-titi A r n ~
t d~ i t1F3i t'£1w ab kic1er andm d yCeanin'' ovvaru_ raueu
iiT Donz z-hoe. The I .L~aorecteBmCrimsin ex-ex By IYankees j & u
-r;Inrrurrr N Acc lein, condition, accordin;; to Coach;--
Kenaf c lgh wiku ystrdy Although the I;arvard Athletic as (3y Associated Press)
whichL-wasLtIe finalirate rth sociation has remained silent on CHICAGO, Jan. 13.-Charles A.
whichefwas the Cornel Imeat.ntrfatrntrbsktblhgae
Michigani Wrestlers Will Sleet CarvlmnbfoeteCrell met:fitecleit Comiskey, owner of the Chicago White Itrrtriy bsebl ae
On Saturday And Iowa State Use Speciial Food Sx, today negotiated a trade with played Wednesday eveing gave the;
Teaers nMna ihgnmeritns to aheissnetebekwt rne he New York Yankees for the serv- following results: Tau Kappa Epsilon
make extensive experiments with a; ton, a positive stand was taken re- ices of Aaron Ward, infelding star, 7 Theta Kappa Psi 12; Gamma Eta!
NIN T MAE RI wel now ban ofcocenraedcently i the editorial columnsofth as a move to fi1 the gap caused by the Gamma 6, Alpha Chi Sigma 21; Delta i<
( oed on the trip, and1 expects it to'1-Harvard Athletic Association News loss of Eddie Collins at second base., Sigma Pi 27, Delta Phi 6; Phi Delta
proeve highly successful. The food is wihdcae htcleaheis The White Sx gave Johhny Ga-I Theta 12, Phi Delta Epsilon 5
,Michigan's wr etling team cn inuhafrmtattisaiyd- are in need of a thorough house-clean- bowsky, a youthful catcher, andRa ITu piln ho2PiKpaPs
ing, and favored an ivsiainb a pio h ap s
Ing of eight Varsity niatmen and se hrl ftrbiglkn inineigio byMorehart, an infielder, in exchange for , imaN2,1. elahigma Dehrlyafeltigaaknino
Coach Clifford Keen wl enrtra at l oy loigtemn~ aealumni and colleges into "commercial-;Wad(0;EpsioNu Phi 10,talphga DKlapa
2:26 this afternoon for Mt. Vernon, Ia.,'the benefit of it before the meet which j ismri"of athletics. Organized scouting 4;T.
whrghywl etteCrclcl ae lc iehusatrIewih n cg football was strongly fa-1 Kappa 3; Gamma Sigma 7, Alpha Tau
wh ret am Sa u da ig tngI'l inii l i n. n lThe rationss are arr anged ig1 o1IfJU~l ( dl3 l 1l M ANAGER TRYOUTS iI Om ega 16; Phi M u Alpha 6, Delta ,
i meet of the 1927 season. From Mt. ast cnanxnuusa mon ; The ethics of scouting, the influence KapEslo_6_Teti-,Tht
Vernon the Wdolve i'ines jouirney to body heat which is considered veryI of alumnnatlicndhego- Sp mrsad scnd -ii Chi 12.-
cedar Falls, Ia., and on Monday night + helpful in strenuous activities. ing commercialism countenanced by mnester freshmen interested in Alh Det Pi3,Sg ,DlaJ
the enageth agregtin rpre ;Following the team'srtr~ri h college officials arc the three points;{ trying out .for hockey manager Kappa 4; Theta Kappa Nu 11, Phi
seating the Iowa State Teachers col- ;t4p, they have three days in which of interest that college football has
aeye, arriving in Anin Arbor onl Tues- to prepare for the invasion of the held, the editorial states, and these 7anedreqestedlo ryeportngethise Phi Seta i15;Kapa "Nu 26,mAacia25;
day.day. shold hand8v'clckanmeedigihitPheSgmaDeta7,Heritge2.
Michigan State outfit on atra. sou hv imeaeatnin.week at the Coliseum. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4, Phi Epsilon_
iIn the 115 pound class Coach K~een State isrpuHEo aea uhi F. Wilmot, Manager. j Kappa 12; Phi Gamma Delta 13, Phi1
is pinnIi oe nMcia'' ~ ta bsya hnFs. ~ A A TA S i_________________I Sigma Kappa 4.
1926 captain, Baker, who is undefeat- s
ed after two successive seasons of
Conference' wrestling. In the absence
of Solomon, who alccording to Coach °
Keen, is the best prospect in the :125 -
pond( division in the Rig Tecnthis
year, Naglekir k, his uniderstudy, will-
fill the vacancy. Naglekirk hais been , n i i u lz d S a t 7 u ns i~
showing good formi in practice and is-
expected to turn in a credible per---
Watson, a letterman from last year,j
will r epres t Michigan ini the 135' on ls.SuradGlsee, l1iiltiltit1l~P1ltll[ll ~1111illliilldllillllllllf6ll~illlB1l1£9~ll
who are continuingr last year's battle-
for the 145 pound berth, will bth =-
make the trip, the extra mal being
carried in the capacity of' trainer. :.
Saner, all-campus champion, will-
wrestle against Cornell college, while=.R6
Galesterer, letter man from last year,wilseato agntIwaSte=.
Teachers college.
I13oiialioe ILeads Tea n .,
Captain Donahoe, Michigan's stellar'
18pounder will lead his team in the
first meet ctf the year, and the battle°
between the Wolverine star and Ap--
pleton, Cornell captain, is expected to-
be one of the best of the meet. -
It remained undecided until yester-'-
day afternoon vwhether H~ager or Greil- , I®®
ing should make the trips as the 175 -
pound representative. To decide the -
issue Coach Keen held a five minute -
bout between the two men yesterday-
afternoon and Greiling gained a de- °
cision over Hager to win the honor of =;
making the tripl. Prescott, all-campus f
heavyweight champion, will be the e
Michigan entry in the unlimited di-
Bohcoaches regard the first meet - :f/sii';
of the season as extremely important
to the later success of the teams. De'=r-;,z
spite the loss of Solomon, who looked
like a certain Winner this year, be-
cause ef internal poisoning, and the. :4
failure of Rich, letterman from the fi%::i(
1926 team to report this season, Coach _ ri ":.s rL'
Keen feels confident that the Wolver--
ines will make a good showing. Vic- =
tories in these first meets will go far _ -
toward insuring a successful season
for the team. k
Barker's strongest bets are Grey,

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LOST WANTED STUDENTS to know that
k~ysin backleater dam pays fromii$5 to $145 for old
ke* , i bla k l atll i" uim ts and overcoats.
Finider .call 9236. 1!)0 121 E. ANN DIAL 4306

FOUND

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FOUYND '~Scarf on, Williamns St. Own -';' __________________
er may hav-e same by identifyingI DANCING Every Saturday night, Dix-
and paying for this adI. Phone 4359. hebra. 5 miles out Broadway on
79-8081 iew Plymouth paved road. fri-sat-tf

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FOR SAILE
FOR SALT:---Shecpherd p11 lpy, two
monthsD ol, intelligent, comnp<<nlii-j
able. Call 3452. 79-80-811
FOR SALE-Fuer lined coat. Excel-,
lent conditioni. For inedium la t9c
mant. Very cheap). Call 21 908. j
79-80-811
FOR SALE-$2. cash glmy Rmi
ington, Portable Standard keyboard.j
Phone Stev ens 3453 today. 77
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,I
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized (heal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-J
ona Typewriter, Inc. . tr)
CARS FOR SALE
One of those easy riding, light upkeep
Franklin, closed cars. A-i condi-
tion. New paint and A-1 tires and
battery. Dial 3950 or evenings 5267
for demonstration. tf

IWE (carry a full line of Johnston
Candies. City Pharmacy.
l 78-79-80
'ra, nivski:r's Barber Shop h das s<< -
isfi d Michigan Students for -i0
; Eilrsull-wedl-tri
iNOTICE-We repair all musical 'in-
struncuyts at Ahlaeberle and Sogn
Music House. tf
N'TICE--Student Tailor Shop, 721 N.
rUniversity, across from Hlill Audi-
torium. Re-opened under newv
management. Cleaning, pressing
and altering. Ladies' work espe~ci-
ally. Phone 8040. c-tf
ANN ARBOR- CARP~ET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
S6513. daily-tf
INOTICE-Complete line of Radio,
and Loud Speakers. Authorized
tRadiola dealer. >Schaeberle and
Son Music House, 110 So. Main St.
tf
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tt
fOur rapid turnover insures a fresh
-stock and' you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0. D. MOR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, , Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tf
NOTICE-Pianos and Victrolas for
r'ent. Schacerle and Son Music
House, 110 Se. Main St. tf
SUD S AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
o nble prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful :fabrics for your
.winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
c Wed-Fri-§at
NOTICE-Satisfaction guaranteed on
all our printing and developing. 24
hour service. Swift's Drug Store,
340 S. State. wed-fri-sun

FOR RENT 1
ROOMS FOR RENT-Beautiful large
suite and double rooms in fine hoine.
5 blocks from campus. Phone 6521.
208 N. Division. 79-80-81I

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t+ K KNT1-Attractive suite on first
floor, two or three men, four blocks1
west of campius, for second semester.
325 E. Jefferson St. 78-79-80 1
FOR RENT-First floor room with
private bath. No other roomers in
house. Dial 5046. 502 E. Ann St.
79-80-81,
FOR RENT-Room in private family.
312 East Ann St. 77-78-79

SEEKS REINSTATEMENT

"Buck" Weaveri
Star third baseman of the Chicago
"Black Sex" of the 1919 World Series
scandal and who recently made for-
mal application with Commissioner ,
Kenesaw Mrountain Landis in an effort
t o be reinstated into the ranks of or-
ganized baseball.
'Weaver hias always protested his
innocence since the gambling coup
was exposed in 1920. --
CHICAGO.-Ski jumipers from fourl
countries, including Nels Nelsen,
world's champion of British Columbia,
will compete in a meet here Sunday.

* pecial 0= N.n
Of.1Tis Season 's Overcoats-
- in the Latest Plodels-
and Fabrics-
That formerly Sold Tor
$55 and $45
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SIE
2i3,2n7,3n8 in9 i4
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[OR RENT-Six room house. 825 Sy -
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 near
campus, for instructor or graduate
student. Call 8804. 77-78-79
FOR RENT-Second semester, at,
311. Thompson, a warm, pleasant
suite for two men, $3.75 each, or
$6 for one. Hot water all the time.
77-78-79
WANTED
WANTED-Theses to type. Reason-
able prices. M. V. Hartsoff.' Call
9387. 79-81-82

READ THE WANT ADS

WANNTED-Girl
cashier work.

student for part time
Campus Lunch, 338

So. State. 79

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