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TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1927
VARSITY TRACK TFAM
Presientit qjad is Sii'oiit n Ia iies
Andu Sprints, ; S111i Weak In
Welirlil Evets
PREPARS FOR CORNELL
Varsity track candidaes will en-
gage in regular time trials soon ater
the exain ion period ends, in prep])
aratiou for tie dual meet aainst Cor-
rell scheduled her, for :Pot. 2, tc-
ceriing to ,an atnounc cinernt madMe y
Coach arriell ,yeterday.
The eams should prove o be aI
P: rong agregation, according 'o early
i tlcatiozis~ if several ilwi can be
developedl in the waker events, eslo-,
c(ally in the weights.
The squad is well fortifted in the
dashes and sprints. Hester and
Lescbinsky,'tied for first in the Con-
ference 100 last year, and Kelly, aj
veteran, form a trio that is at least
equal to that, of any other school.
Like wise many men are available f~r
thle Sprints. Mueller, Ohheiser andt
' Slhmelng are the most outstanding
performers in the quarter mile, while
Liket seems to hold first call in theI
half. Munger, a veteran, and Kelly,
promising sophomore, are both being
trained in the 80 rather than the
440, their customary events, and one
of them is expected to be used in this
event.
In the ,distance runs, the squad lia
several good men. Monroe, a cross-
country man, will probably be used
in the mile, while Wells, Hornberger,
Briggs, and Iskendarian, all veterans,
are candidates for the two inile ru,
although Coach Farrell may shift one
or two of these to the shorter dis-
tance.
In the weight events, Lovette is the
best choice in the shot put, and Carl-
son, former 'freshman star, may be
eligible in time for the first meet.
Keck, a sophomore, and MAfee will
handle thehamnmer event, and Captain
Northrop wi'I be listed in the javelin
throw. Schravesand, of last year's
team, is the only man who has shown
promise in the discus throw.
Northrop, and Prout, in the pole
'vault, and Kelly in the high jump,
have shown themselves as te remain-
ing likely performers for regular
competition.
" Fortune Smiles On
Youthful Star Who
Wins Catalina Swim
(By Associated Press)
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 17.-The twin
sister of fame and fortune smilingly
dangled motion picture and vaude-
ville contracts today before George
Young, 17-year-old Canadian who won
the Wrigley $25,000 Catalina chanel
marathon, but the young conqueror
hesitated.
What he wants most of all is his
mother. He left her in Toronto, ab-
andoned his standing as a Canadian
amateur and turned up here nearly
broke in order to compete in the swim
and when the captains and kings off
the aquatic world had fallen behind
him one by one, he floundered out
of the water at point Vicente early
yesterday morning only one of 96 of
those essayed to swim the 22 mile
gap between Catalina island and the
mainland.
Young, who was in the water 151
hours and 45 minutes, landed on the
California mainland at 3:06 a. In., af-
ter a pretty game of " freezout" and drnewt oeo h ol'

best swimmers. H'e negotiated a dis-
tance of between '30 and 34 miles in
spanning the 22 mile channel, and in I
water averaging around 57 degrees.
Two women and two men stayed in
the race until they were within sight
of th finishing points. Mrs. Margaret
C. 1user, of Long B4each, Cal., and
Miss Martha Stager of Portland. Ore.,
came near to collecting the additional
$15,000f-offered for the first woman
to negotiate the channel.'- Miss StagerI
-vas four miles away when she quit.I
Peter Meyer. of Cincinnati, was -Nvth-
in a mile and a half of the goal when
he quit.
The process of elimination among
the 1.53 original entrants began be-
;fore the race started. Only 102 facedr
the water as the starting gun banged.
Six of these failed to take to the water.
The remaining 96 began dlropping out
;after 30 mninutes of swimming. In five
hours the list had shrunk to about 30.
LOS ANGELES. "Wee" Bobby
CruickshanX is the new Loa Angeles
op..n champion because of his victory
C)Var the El Caballero Country club
lieN.
ST. LOUIS.-Profits made last year
by the St. Louis Cardinals, except for
a ten percent dividend, will be used
f~or improvements on club property.
Subscribe for the i1 Lciiga'n Daily.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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next. Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at;
the Union alleys. Gxanes can lbe bowl-
edi any afternoon from 3 0o G o'clock3
and any evening from 7 to 11 o'clock.
Dauring this Itine the intramural de-
partmnent will have a man there to
sulper'vise iand( cheek up the scoing10.
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ni''nen eaccl and eaclh man will bowl
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CASH RATES
lal c lper'readit" line (oil the lbasis of,
R ';i-e Od~. to the ltnii) for one o r two'
llN -ld~n line for three or more
'2'St1c 2l ii ((Is ,ccej ved at the D ailyv office'
u1'[he P'ress tB ling on Maynardi Street. j
i CONTRACT RATES
Special stand~ardized rates given on aliplicil
lion.

ANTrED Gettlem in desire..o,
rhnfoti-otorter in fraternity iu'e
hotel, or restaurant. References.
Phone 21589. 709 Fifth Ave. N. 82
WANTED-Position' as maidl during
J-Hop week-end. Call 727>.
WANTE+D-Theses to type. Reason-
able prices. M. V. H'artsoff. Call
k9387. 79-81-82
WANTlD-Garage near Madison andi
jThompson. Box 153, Michligan,
.Daily. .8-18
WANTED-Suite of roomis for 2 stu-
dents from now iintil lleginliil of
second 'semester. Muist be nreur'
campus. i'hone 5618-Wlf-Id.
80-81-82
WANTE~D--Are you 'troubled wVill.
your mat helnatici? For tut~foring
('.call 5767. Evenings. 80-81-82
WVANtTED STUDE\TS to know that
Savai pays fromt $5 to $25 for old
shiitN an(I overcoats.
121 L. ANN DIAL 4300

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LOST-AWalcb,,-sIlv(er Wl hm on
cha in, with ih.ea s1l)klf.
Skiing on bonia?-,ar l tr'.yP. Al.
Phone Van V , , , '7227. t32-83
LOST---l3lack traveling bag, contain-
ingladies apliarecl. Lost Saturday
night. Initialed "K. 13. Finder
please return to 620 Forest, Ave.
anid receive rew ard. 82,33-44
IA)ST---A smel elept leal plat imatla in
with f iie re Reward. 13U GG (ed-
des--6653. '80-8182
FOR SALE
FOR SAL E--Black PIersian lamb ccoat.
Int very g ood condition. Value $1. 0001
for $400. Call 9267. 8 30,

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FOR SALE--Ford Coupe, 1926, fine
condition, smnall payment down, $19
monthly. P'hone 63464. 82-83-84
FOR SELF.-Hoover vacullin(Cleaner,
perfect condiit ion. P~hon.e 6464 for
demnonstration. 82-83-S4

FOR SALE-One flulo-a 17 jewel
xvwrist watch, perfect condition $25.
The Watch Shop, 1121 So. Univ.
82-83-84
FOR SALE-M'vust sacrifice set of Sel-
mer Boehm clarinets, with case, for
quick sale. Call at 1313 Geddes be-
tween 6 :30 and S8:00 and look themr
over. 82-83-84
FORl SALE-Latest m'iodel Remington
Portables. A fewn used machines I
also. Phone Landis 3489.!
toes-thur-sat-tf
TYPE-WRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
etd. Largest and best stock to bcob-
t ained anywhere, . OI). MORRILL.,
17 Nickels .Arcade. Authorizedl deal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona Typewvriters, Inc. tf
CARS FOR SALE
One of those easy riding, light upkeep
Franklin, closed "cars. A-i condi-
tion. New paint and A-i tires andj
battery. Dial 8950. or evenings 5207
for demonstration. tf
FOR ET-DesrabeNfotTut.

ILight, warm, pilenty hot wvater. 5291
Walnut. 82-83I
FOR RENT--Foi' gradluate students
very dlesi rable suite on ground floor
with fireplace, also single room.
Phone 2-2244. 81-82-83
QRRENT -Near campus desirable
furnished house. Rent reasonable.
Phone 9274. 81-82-83
FiORt RENT-Large single room near
campus, for s5tudtent, secondl semes-
ter'. 1321 Volland. Call, 5436.
I 80-81-82

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AVANT EI)---Stutidents who ike_ good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE 1NN, Dial 4481.
c -Tues.-h rsSat
FOUNTA IN PEN II EPA1RING
In keeping with University customs
we specialized employ experienced
p~enmakers who canl repair your pen
correctly. The only penmakers in
th~e state. If your tooth was in
trouble you would go to a skilled
dentist, not to as blazc:rith or grc-
cer. Give your penm the same con-
sideration. Rider Pen Shnop.
Sn-tu1e-thuzr.
NOTICE
NOTICE-Try one of our new Cone
Lou(]' Speakers for $15.00. Scha-
Sberle and Son Music House. tf
NOTICE--Armory Opening dance.
Every Friday and Saturday. Luna-
Iquirst Wolverine Orchestra. %
82-83-84-85-86
INOTI CE-G(ood Eats ('afeteria IDae.
Through the management of the
Good Eats Cafeteria its employees
and orchestra will give a get ac-
quainted (lance Friday night Jan. 21.
9 to 12. Every one welcome. 82-85
NOTICE-Dance at the Good Eats
Cafeteria Friday, Jan. 21. Every
bodly welcome, gents 50c, ladies free.
IPunch and waffers served. 609
East Williams. 82-83-84-85
NOTICE-For concenience, speed and
satisfaction, visit Trojnowshls Bar
h er Shmop. tues-thur-fri
fNOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. t f
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 8040. c-tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaing;
Works. Rugs -Shampooed. Phone
6513. daly-tf
NOTICE-Hear Marion Talley on the
Orthophonic Victor Records. Schac-
"berle and'Son Music House, 110 'So.
Main St. tf
To see best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washngton. 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. 0. D. MOR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tfU
NOTICE-We carry a complete line of
the celebrated Hulton Band and
Orchestra Instruments. &haeberle
and Son Music House. 110 So. Main
'St. tf
NOTICE-Startling offer Tuxedos
Pressed-Fifty Cents. We call and
deliver any time. T. B. Lyons 515
E. Williams, Dial 5516.
tues-thurs-sun-f
NOTICE
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-2-14
Detroit St. Let us do your mimeo-
graphing and 4typewriting. First-
class work.: Quick service. Lowest
prices., Dial 8683.
c-tues-thur-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

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FOR RENT----613 Hill, one door off
state, large warn double room. Rea-
lsonaille. Next semester. Dial 7003.
80-81-82
FOR RENT-Desirable front, room
near campus. No other roomers in
house. Dial 8233. 80-81-82
FOR RENT-Room in private family
for second semester. Single orsdou-
ble. 1114 Prospect. Phone 9185.
80-81-82
FOR RENT-A desirable room, law,
n (Iical or dental student preferred.
521 Monroe St. Dial 2-1002. 80-81-821
TYP~EWRITER FOR RENT
Some good machines all makes. They
are 7,n good condition. Rider's Pen
Shop. 315 State St. sun-tues-thur
WANTED
WANTED ziTU'ATION- Competent
colored cook in fraternity. Good
city reference. -Mrs. Jones. Phone
8264. 82-83-84
WVANTED-Room, modern, well fur-
! Wished, man's, light, single room
near I-ill Auto. prefer private family.
Bocx 154. 82-83-84

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