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January 23, 1927 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-01-23

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-Tobacco Pouches

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;xeat ts Invadlers


Good appe'arance is an absolute
essential. Get a good hair-cut from
a good barber at the




A Comlz,ete Line for the Particular Smoker.

Alicigan's wrestling team., although
ser1i usly hapidicapped by the loss of
J,,a~ekcrilnd1 ailes, regular 115 pound-
er's andi Naglokirk, 1251 pounder, won
live of its. seven matches with the
strong Mlichigan State team yesterday !
afternooijl at the field hlouse to gain a
victory in the first home meet of the
season, 15-8.
On account of Baker's illness and
the injury to Kailes, Coach Keen wa s
forced to use Bruce in the 115 pound
division. Gibbs, State, won a decision
over the; Michigan entry in seven
minutes,,anl. 14 seconds. Watson,
Wolverine! star at 135, pounds, deci-
sively defeated Longsburg, h1ighl1YI
touted Zpartan 135 pounder, with a
time adyantagg of. nearly scven miin-
Saner, Michigan, gained a decso
over Captai Berqluist of the GreeiD
and Whiteteam with an advanitage of~
one inmte:and 55 seconds in one W!
the most ovenly fought matches of theL
meet. Captain Donahoe added to hi:;
string of victories by defeating Beani
of" State with. an advantage of four I
minutes and ,44 seconds. Donahoc..
managed to .get a body scissors aiw'
quarter, Nelson on, his opponent and
forced the bou~t during the last fourt
ninutes,z nearlyr pinning his opponent
as time wvas called.
In the 175 pound division Kurrle of
the Spartani team sprung the surprise
of the meet ,by throwing Hager of
Michigan after, nearly nine minutes
of wrestling, , thus increasing the!
Green and Whiite score to eight. Pres-
cott added three more points to the
Michigan total by winning a dlecision '
over Barrett, State's giant 225 pound-
er, with anl advantage of four minuted
anl 49 seconds.
With the score 12 to 3 in Michigan's
favor Hatdhi, taking Naglekirk's place
in the 125 pound class, came from be-'
hind to ovgreome Avery's advantage
and defeated him by a margin of one
minute and 56G second~s. Michigan's
score was 15 points, all gained on de-
cis ions, wleMSate won one decision
and one fall of a total of eigh~t points.
All or the bouts were refereed by
Dickerson of Detroit, former 115 i
pound star at Iowa State college,i
Aloes, ~a. The timers were Koch of
Michigan State, Solomon and Botchen
of Michigan.
Cards To Make Few
Changes In Line-Up

6 Nickels .A rcade

TIhe I~tY~ovi)OJ Dru t or etf

'Eie1 University Drug Store
111'2 south University

E LOST---Solitare diamond uring, a1a
Monday night at Hill Auditorium.
!i Reward. Call 7130. t;7
SLOST'- -Alpha DeltalPhi pin rThursday,
namea on bat:k. ;Terry Shaw. PhoneI
9042. 8(6-87-88
LOST-Leather' coat in *Waterman
S Cymn. (Call 8017. 85-SG-87
FOR SALF,--A~lan's fur coat, type-
writer, riffle, skiis~. Dial 21435. 87



FOR LENT-For second semester, a
(lcsiral~le single room. Also two
Fsuites, one on first floor for student
and wife, with private bath. 429
:eo. Division. 87-S 1
FOR RENT-Two suited reasonable
pie 628 Packard. Dia4 9289.
\VANTED-Theses to type. Excellent
work. Prompt service. Spelling:;
anid punctuation corrected. ;.5 ce-il s
per page. R. Burhans, A. M., (Ex\-
pert Stenographer) 736 S. State
(One block south of Law club).
Dial 21777. 87-88-S89
WANTED TO RE]NT--13v grana
student land wife, small apartmen:t;
or suite without lighlt ]housek eeping
privileges; prefera ne liner campus.


I' JOt'as Ca
;i"n't know which
i'preferred until
1-,, ia~rried them
Q aramorTZL
qt u~

tiIno('. " o fit Itallt
nyiings. li1 6 14. K ing1
ren te(1, exchanged,
oid. Lzu ugest awldpest

aii, 'Y orI1 three
mlan. Call eve-
;5ley St. 85-SG-87j
makes, sold,
cl Je, repair-f
t stock to be 01)-

Telephonco 21053.

1 7 Nickels Arcade. Autb lorized d1 cal-;
er: Phone 6C61), I, C. Sinith & Cor- \XANTrnED)--We typew;rite these.), 0t-.
ona Typewxrit s , Ine. tr 415 . Hoover ,Aven.Phe 28


i"(W '\ P,11 N INK
Arcs your reccords important? If nct
~vhy nmkle themn? If (they are ims-
lpoitant, us" a Record ink. T hi1s is
the onli kiod 0of1ink we ;ull mid1 the
only kind which works well in your
founitain pean. daisy worthiless sub-
stitutes are off ered under the cloak
of the name "FI+ountain Pen Ink."
Ask us, we wvilshow you the dif-
fer ence. Rider's Pen Shop.
sun-i ues~-hur.!
FOR RENT-,A five room flat. Fur-
nished. Will be in Florida for the
xvinter.NMr. Join S1111i a erie, :G';7
NWhitney Ave., Detiroit, M ich. Phone!
\Valit 4892-:'.
FOR R.-ENyt-Three room a-partmnul
first floor, amid(l two single rooms.
727 E. Univer sity. 87
FOR RN l"tfloor s.,ite. VWarmn,E
nicely zfurnished,.fRen t; reasonable. I

j . :TI I - Theses to type. Rteaso_.-
<iile pr1ices. M. V. [lfart suff. Call
9387. 87-i38
WANTi~lEF) 8T[JFNT., bo know tha t
Snm palst v froi l s to P'.')for old
121 lU. ANN D IAL f:
'ATED~1-S ttdet, girl to work for
room and board. Ph. 21588.
WANTED---Girl to help. with house
work and children in return, for
hoard and room. Unusa ice liv-
ing quarters with private bath. Suit-
able for single girl or married cou-
ple. Box 155. 86-87-88
NOTICE-The Steinway Artist Piano
Tuner: Dial 6776. Victor Allmen-
dinger exclusive piano tuner for
Univ. School of Music. Not with
any music house.
87-88--89-90-9 1-92-93


',yAssociated Press)
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 22.-The world'
champion St. Louis Cardinals will go
into the 1927 season in defense of
their title with a lineup virtually in-
tact, except for Manager Rogers;
Hornsby, traded to the New York
"We are making no claims, for it is
difficult to repeat," said President
Sam Bread-on. ''But the Cardinals will
be ,fightin,; right up at the top of the
rational league. I consider the team
in better shape now than prior to last
season, 'because Douthit has gained
experience tied we have Southworth
whom iye did not have a year ago."
Douthit, Southworth and Blades, all{
heavy sluggers, probably will make
up. the outer defense. Blades, who
was out of the game the latter part
of last season because of a knee in-
jury, has just left the hospital andj
while still on crutches expects to be
able to report at training camp. {
Except for Frisch instead of Hornsby!
at second, the inner cordon probably
will be the same as last year. Breadon
considers Frisch the equal of' Hornsby
as a defensive player. And the for-
mer-Giant batted .315 last season, or
one point higher than Hornsby, who;
suffered a slump after leading the
league for six consecutive seasons.
Thevenow, consider by many critics,
as the 'best shortstop in tihe major
leagues, again ,will occuply that posi-
tioflt with Bottomley at first and the
slugging L. Bell at third.
The Cardinal pitching staff will
have its "big four"-Alexander the
Great, hero of the world series, Haines,
Sherdell and Rhem-and in addition,
Reinhiart, Keen, H-erman Bell, andj
John, Rinug, ,the latter obtained with
Frisch in the Hornsby trade.
Bob O'Farrell, newly' appointed man-
eager, named as the most valuable Na-
tional league player last season, again
will be behind the bat and is expected
to have the full co-operation of the
players by whom he is well liked. 'Brea-
dox hopes to sign. Snyder this week
as substitute catcher. He was 01)-
tained from the Giants last season,
hut refused to report.
The board of strategy has been
strengthened by acquisition of Bill
SMcKechnie, former manager of the
champion Pittsburgh Pirates.
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Jan. 22.--A collegiate
diver of promipe has swooped down
among the amateur swim stars to,
chalk un a triumph over two vets.


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1xe e ' e1.cho Angel Passes"' by Jac-
4 fl, eoct)08e. ques Bousquet and-Henri
M) Falk - Adaptation and
le ue n screen play by1 John Mc-
";iDermo tt.


____________________________________I ro~:Powski's Barneer Shop has sat-
FOR RENTr--'Share i a doii laroom3-; isfied Students for -10 years.
for ill st intce r t. 109 V.'ashi: t sun-wed-fri
ton. One block from camrpus. Pho-,WITN-an emegrpi
3258.an lmorph
-I nig promptly and neatly done
FOR RENT-7-Large and single room IM by experiencedl operators at mod-
in fine lnoine. Five blocks' from lcrate rates. Theses and college
'campus 20'8 No. D)ivision. Dial vork a specialty for 8 years. O.
6521. 87-88-89 D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.. The
- - Typwriter and Stationei~i Store. tf
FOR RENT ,.--Desirable furnished
house near campus and Angell J NOTICE-Startling offer Tuxedos
school or will rent rooms. Phone 1 iPressed-Fifty Cents. We call and
9274. 871 deliver any time. T. B. Lyons 5
E. Williams, Dial 5616.
FOR RENT-- Warm room, first floor itoes-thurs-sun-tt
with private bath. No other room.
ers in ho use. 50)2 E. Ann St. 50?6.j NOTICE-Swift Drug Store for Sheaf-
87-88-89 fer, Conklin, Moore and Wahl pens.

FOR RENT--Single =.oms and. large
dlouble rooms. All reasonable. Two
blocks from Lase club. 555 South
D~ivision. Phone 8072. 86-87

We do fountain pen repairing.

NOTICE-Try one of our new Cone
Loud Speadkers for $15.00. Schae-
bonle and Son Music Mouse. tf

FOIRTRENT- pleasant shite of
939 Greenwood. P~hone S819

Y roomsj

)4 rooms.ypnthss etl n
86-87-88 qickly typed at popular prices.

SFOR RENT-Five room_ apartment.
3Steam heat and miodern conven-I
Iiences. Dewey Ave. P~hone 5217.
jFOR RENT-Large, pleasant front
suite, two la rge closets, all con-
vehiiences. Private home, no other
roomers. Rca$,nable rent. 1120
'Lincoln Ave. 86-87-88
11+OR RENT-Nicely furnished frontI
suite. Private lavatory. PartiesI
left city. Also suite second semes-
ter. Few other roomers. 115 N.
Thayer. 86-87
TO RENT-41020 S. University. At-
tractive single room on campus.
Just across from Engineering Arch.
Also front suite. 5938. 86-87-88
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
from the 8th of February at 621
Forest. Dial 21349. 86-87-88
FOR RENT-Single room for girl in
quiet private house. Only room
rented. Dial 5495. 85-86-871
FOR RENT-A r single .room for up-
per-class woman or graduate. Phone1
3743. 815-86-871
FOR RENT-Single room for rent.
No other students in house. Phone
6623. 84-85-86-87-88-894
FOR RENT-One single and one large
room for two. Near Law club.
517 E. Madison. 84-85-86-87-88-89
Some good machines all makes. TheyI
are in good condition. Rider's Pen
Shop. 315 State St. sun-tines-thur

jWors Rugs, Shampooed. Phone
J 6513. daily-tf
NOTICE-Hear Marion Talley on the
Orthophonic Victor Records. Schae-
berle and Son Music House, 110 So.
Main St. tf
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phoney
f6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tt
NOTICE-We carry a complete line of
the celebrated. Hulton Band and
Orchestra Instruments. Schaeberle
and Son Music House. 110 So. Main
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
Iity at a moderate price. 0. D. MOR-
SRILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. t
fNOTICE-Cutters, sleighing parties,
saddle horses. Superior horses and
equipment. Kentucky Riding Ac-
cademy, Detroit St. Near M. C.
~Depot. Dial 7600. .84-85-87
In keeping with University customs
we specialize, employ experienced
penmakers who can repair your pen
correctly. The only penmakers in
'ithe state. If your tooth was in
trouble you would go to a skilled
dentist, not to a blacksmith or gre-
jcer. Give your pern the same con-
sideration. Rider Pen Shop.

III One of Ills 1Best oiew
New Aesop Fable Cartoon
Pathe Review - Kinograms



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