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TI 1;7., N' zi HIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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WATONLE~t~ ATMichigan Swim Stai ''
TEAM IN TOA SOE c:

DONMIO-E,_BA - RNEXT
Watson ,, ,,"il.;:t: I~1 pune
who has not Iotii1lj IIi li' i
meets the YVohvineii(, 1ha on
peted in this sn hashi an
mates in the nhuse far.i S sore
three (eiiisfrawlo mns
The first ,otP wib Wion
wrestled this ye r Caaa~~t(or-
nell college - dh e t81hsop-t
ponent Tby afi. :) jnrfl sw
college'adAr c~c2.ivg e
decisions itheCe(L hM l-
gan State, /l '.. ue andOhio ;ae
Second ,ov 1-1 coiium n isr~n
158 p0 and il odr Vh a sPe
five victories in;i1 U1 .''e tci
gan le'aerhascrdIV)lItan
three decisions or19p011 ,:linho
won falls inh: onieur f~
OhioSttmesandeiinaais
Iowa State Teacherscolgihia
State andl Purduie.
Baker, captain of, ist r< <.,': \arsity
team, ranks a c'(o-e third inii he nnmP-
ber of points earned in the meets
thus fair thisyer The stellar 115j.
pounder has won ,ill ofthe five bouts
in which he has partiipated, fou r by
decisions and O()n,!by Ua loll. 'Th-e de-
cisions were gakined,. against Cornell,
Iowa State Teacher:;, Purdue, and Ohio
State, and the f All!againist Northwest-
ern. Baker wvas unable to corfljete in
the Michigan State meet on account1
of illness.
The fourth position in the race for
scoring honors is held iby Sauer, 145
pounder, who has won 12 points by
gaining four decisions in six starts.
Sauer was victorious in tihe-contests
with Michigan State, Northwestern,
Purdue, and Ohio ?tl.
Two 125 pounders; are tiedl for fifth
place' with six points each. Nagle-
kirk won both of the mnatches in which
lie competed, but wvas forced to cease
wrestling on account of injuries re-
ceived in the meet with the Iowa State
Teachers, against whom he scored.l one
of his victories. The other was against
Cornell.r
Solomon is the other 125 p~ound star
who has scored victories in both of
the meets in which he has participated.
Handicapped by injuries until the be-
ginning of the second semester, Solo-
mon has wrestled in the last two Con-
ference meets against Purdue and
Ohio State, deiea(tinig his, opponents
handily on both occasions.
Hardin, another 125 p~ounder, has
gonod4 1-2 nonRv±iii ± wo me)ts' byi

YALE, NAVY HP"'
eading die "C
orneon 1isjin seC'ond 1pt*;. .,.
'fictories ani one(1r~. f
Syracuse, 1Darti'o 1 :, Y{nit s
Pennsylvania, ad CiiityCrlc',,.:801
folrk, in t he above old"=rn
Sonme (closec o'llpei 1iolln, I , w
ale(rtedvWh1enl the Ykale I ,i' 'awa
Miielshipnien engage in a (dIll ' ee("
soon. Led by su2(~h vaerlan
int ercol legiate elhami]pion i.1 i
itroke, Coale in thl distanc a .
and Cooper in t ieo Iancyel~ lir.l~
Navy presents a formidable ,lge;-
tion.
Vale also has a strong tcar, al-
1 though they have los t the s e xaccs; m'
Bronson, last year's captain and intc r-
collegiate record holdei-, hi l;-,-
gratduation. House, intercoliogia;~
champion iln he black strobe, SOa-i
ford, tree styler, and Hall, fancy dive r,
aire the stars upon whom Coach Kip-
hruthi must depend to bring the Bl3ue
its third successive swimmuing cham~-
pionship.
jIn water .polo, Yale, 'Navy, and Prinl-
ceton are in a triple tie for first liace,
with three victorY',s and no defeats
each. These three are favored to fight
it tout for premier honors in the league.
.'ale, last year's water p)010 champions,
,*.ust vanquish the Tigers and the Mid-
dies before they can repeat..

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FOR SALE

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1l y ;ALI--Sableand1 white male
2. ' onths old. Exceptional
1'l(18 Te~ieone 9S06,
99-100-141

FOR SALE
RADIO-Nine tube super-heterodyne.
$45.00. Complete $75.00. Call 7710.
99-100
FOR SALE-1924 Dodge roadster inl
A number 1 condition. Box 161,
Michigan Daily. 98-99-101)E

All maktes of typewriters for sale or HEALTH Begins when you ph one
rent. Excellent machines at rea- 8428" C. M. Gibson, Chiropra:cto~r, ;i5
sonahle prices, for rent. Prompttl Wuetb Arcade. .ues-thur -sat-Uf
Frepairig by experienced workmn. NOTICE'l'he IBest in Photo Frames,
Courteous ser vice. Aulta .Brand at the lowest prices. Allsye,
SRib~bons and Carbons. Rider's Pen.
swing, swivel, etc. Leather fratmes;.
Shop, 115 State Street. J. B. SAUNDER' IS, ,30) S. Stantec.
suu-tries-thugs-t
FOR SALE-Police puppier., by 111- -.--_
pored ire elgibe t reistatin.FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
pored ir, eigbletoregstatin. tion, visit 'rrojiwskis Biarbera
Price reasonabsle. 429 So. Division. te-hu-a
198-99-1004 ___ __ ___ ___
FOR SALE-- illys-Knight. NelI NOTIC~r--Hats cleaned and blocked.
Epainted. In goodl condition, good Iknsosoeceaeddad
repaired. Satisfuetion ruajrauIited.
tires, winter curtains. $1300. 9500.
98-99-1004 AN ARBOR S / PI 625 E. Lbry
TYP~ERITERS-All makes, sold, -- --------
rented, exchanged, (leaned, repair- Suet'Sv oe!Byan~
ed. Largest and best stock: to be ob- typewriter and type your own Ihes.
twimed anytwriere. 0. D. MORRILL. Phore Landis 3489. wed-thur-:,at-'us
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal- AnAbrMmor hn hp~1
Ier: Phone 66l15, IL. C. Smith & Cor- Detroit St. Let uv d 0 your naine'i-
ona Typewriters, Inc. tf graping and typewriting. 1' r;s,-
class work. Quick :service. Lowes:t
WANTED prices. Dial 5683.

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TELEPHONE CO.
27Business AlImost Impossible"
Nowadays Without LongDistance

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' Vho has baecome recognized as oneI
Of the greyaItest af all collegiate swim-!
Tiers after shattering the national 440
Ya rrl freestyle mark in 5 :05.2.
STHE WANT ADS

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INTRODUCING
THE GLENMORE
For Men
$10.00

t' S . 1 1tt l.p.
" L}
, 19 m"
' C B~er. ~mn°'e Ce*
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y.aP~This bank tnaprec iat~s 'theo e
value of the fstesttcotnmung
cati~l serv ie.ongDsac
cen helpbuildayebsiness.

WANThED-Suite. Private house pre-
ferred. Box 163. 100
WANTED--Student washing. Call
21530. 100-101-102
WANTED-Student foi part time
salesman. Good proposition for a
worker. Phone 7103. 99-100
WANTED--Woman student to wash
dishes for small private family andt
S to stay with (laughter evenings
when family is out. Salary and
dinners. Address Box 164, Michigan
Daily. 99-100-101
WANTE-Gentlemian student wvant-j
ing room mate please call at 119
No. Thayer. Dial 21815.
97-98-99-100
WANTED-Students who like good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
S liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurs..-Sat.
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Samn pays froni $5 to $25 for old i
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4308
tf
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING

The new Imported Shrewsbury Calf Oxford
Full Toe and Narrow Heel Fitting.
The J*Murphy.BotSp
NICKELS ARCADE

gaining a deision and by wrestling to - .._... . .._-___ _____________________ __ __________ __---____________________________
a draw. The decision was wont in the
MihiaicheiganndHrdn"a1i1iStatei11ttli10116meet111111111and11 1-lardIIIIIHII111111111In II -fl itllllllllllllliillllllitllllll___________________________________________
wrestled his adversary to a draw at-
Northwestern.
Preston, 175 pounder, has broken
even in two meets, winning a decision
against Northwestern fckr three points.-
Prescott, heavywegiht, is the, only-f
other Wolverine to hold a place in
the Michigan scoring columns, having -
gained one victory in five starts.
The members of the Varsity team
will present tihe 'high point winnersT
for the season with a Michigan plaque.c
Yearling; Swimmers
Show Up Very WellT
Members of thiis yea's freshman -
swimming squad have beent showing ,
exceptional ability, accord ig to Mlatt==I
Mann, Varsity coach . In tl e free= _
style Wtalaitis, Walker, Hiosmer, Reif,
Frantz and Maron, a new imemiber of'(
th e m r hWg r m s . Fralaitis of 1)etreoit, was a former?=
national interscholastic chlampion in ~,
the dashes. Walker was cia mbe'of ...-Cllege the
last year's record relay team of North- -
a trestern high school, lDetroit, and Reif U ir Ca pu i fomMecesbrgAcdey.Kin
B. Godsnmith, and Powers have also
made goodl time in tile sprints. r p k
In the backstr oke, tQoa i 1MannIt as.°
Warner and RI. Shorl', tile latter a
brother o AM. Shornr of thte Vat r iL =_g
idly and have prvssel the Vasity
ntattory fairly closely.
Competition in tile breast stroke isF
keen, withl J. Thonrpsaoi, tlechheimer. =
an G~ iho 4ngte st fornm. At-
present hail Seems to be the class of -
the fancy divers.
These men have le in' excellent
condition by working daily with tileI
Varity swinnIers. Ocasionally they (It . -.I .
have copeted unatthd i Detroit, (
scoring heavily ill junior A. A. U.
Coptton. K'T
GT. PEITERSBULRGH. Golfers If you wish to possess custom-made clothing that combines all the-
aogtemjr lau baealrecognized features of perfection in fitting and the unusual qualities of _;
clubs that will train in Florida this
Spring are to get a chance to see= smart attire, we suggest that you come in and see our complete line ofj
"who's whlo" on the links as well as Langrock Clothing forSpig
ci the diamond pig
CIICAGO-Grover Cleveland. Alex-.j
ander, I ro of last year's world's .
ncle, tarte. onltie'4111l"down the d
- r"to join the battery ment of the -
t;.. ILou';sCardinal,,.
PHILADELPHIA, t-°iennsylvania-i
lost its star outfielder and baseball -

In keeping with University customs
we specialize, employ experienced
penmlakers who can repair your pen
correctly. The only penmakers in
the state. If your tooth was in
trouble you would go to a skilled
dentist, not to a blacksmith or gro-
cer. Give your pen the sanme con-
sideration. Rider Pen Shop.
- sun-tues-thur.
LO$SITt
LOST-Green Shaffer fountain pen
and black stub pen. Also a pair
of shell and gold rim glasses.
fPhone 9753. 100-101-102
LOST--Gold filled fountain pen at
Yost Field House, Saturday night.
Dial 8913. MISS SIEGEL.
100-101-102
LOST-Saturday night,' between
Mack's and Wahr Book Store~on
Main Street, cameo pin. Finder
call,7811 and reward. 100
LOST-Rider Masterpen, short size,
at Indiana game. Reward. Phone
21852. 100
LOST-Dunhill Pipe with silver band,
also a ring with square blue stone.
If found, call 7617. W. R. LAMB.
Reward. 98-99-100
LOST-About January Z7, Lady's yel-
low gold wrist watch; Elgin; re-
ward. Phone 2-1635.
I 95-96-97-98-99-100-101
LOST-A blue, Moore's fountain pen.
Dial 5518. tf
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Student taking engineer-
,11ng would, like to have room-mate.
Large front room. $3 per week.
Dial 9528. 100-101
FOR RENT-Two large double rooms.
lWill rent single or doublo or as a
suite. Either students or business
people. 425 S. Division. Phone
22352. 100-101-102
FOR RENT-A nice quiet and pleas-
ant room, single or double, at 524
'Walnut St. Call 22197. 99-100
FOR RENT--New two and three-room
apartment, with private bath. Frig-
idaire and vapor heat. 644 E. Uni-
versity. Dial 6650. 98-99-100
FOR RENT-Living room, bed room,
kitchenette, bath. Dial 22340 be-
FOR RENT-Single room for a man
student. Reasonable. 110 Glen Ave.
98-99-100
FOR RENT'-1207 Willard St. Two
room furnished light housekeeping
apartment. Phone 6642. tf
FOR RENT'-Garage on Elm St. Also,
garage near new University Hios-
pital. Phone 6642. tf
TYPEWRITER FOR RENT
Sonme good machines all makes. They
are' in good condition. Rider's Pen
Shop. 315 State St. sun-tues-thur

c-to es-tur-Sat-
Stoddard Hair Shuop has given excel-
lent service for 17 years. A visit
will convince you or our efficiency,
709 N. University.; tues-l-hir-s.t
NOTICE-Will traue.~A i Torcoa-
(ster body for same model touring
body.. Phone 551., 99-100-101
NOTICE-To men wating spring va-
cation andl summe w~ork.' Here is
3an excellent ppot'uhltyt to earn,
learn and become a leader of men.
It will be to your advantage to
1call 3079 on Tuesday or Wednes-
day and arrange for anf interview.
Ask for Mr. I-ewis or Mr. Smith.
99-100-101
liollauf The 'Palljor ,Cothes made
to order a specialty, experienc-
ed cutter and fitter. 115 1-2 South
Main St. 95-96-97-98-99-100
INOTICE-For,. potatoes and fire place
wood, call 9534.
96-97-98-99-100-101
TO EUROPE-Conducted tour lasting
two months in England, Holland,
1the Rine, Belgium, Switzerland,
Italy, Riviera and France. Sailing
July 1st. All expenses $25. Third
successful season. Send today for
circular. Rawson, 4414, Hazel Ave.,
Chicago.
96-97-98-99-100-101-102_103,104,105
WHY WEAR "READY MADES" when
you can have a two pant suit built
tylesnowsuready 3.5T0?.pLYnS,
otye omearyfo $8.50?LYOSn
Williams at Maynard. tf
TYPEWITING and Mimeograph.
ngpromptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates. Thesis and college
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
ED. MIorrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The'
Typwriter and Stationery Stre. f
Hear Fritz Kresler's new Orthophonic
Victor Records. Exclusive Victor
artists. Schaeberle & Son Music
House, 110 So. Main. f
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at .popular prices.
P hone 7345.. tf
NOTICE
Special Bargains on new and used in-
struments. Schaeberle & Son Mu-
sic House. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shamp~ooed. Phone
6513. daily-t
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
TYPE WRITER RI3BONS AND
CARBONS
Our rapid turnover -Insures a fresh
stock and you secure the bet qual.
ity at a moderate price. 0. D. MOR.
RILL, 17 Nickels, Arcade, Phone
THE BIG THRE-
M1USIC,
music
AND MORE MNUSIC.
THREE GRAND PIANOS
at
BARGAN PRICES
The grand pianos used .at'the J-Hop
were selected from, our store for
their depth of tone, musical quality
and the action required and demand-
ed by the pianists o the famous J-
Hop orchestras.
Fi'aternltles anid
sororities
We are making price reductions on.
these three instruments. Now is the
opportunity to grace your music -room
with a fine grand at a big price sav-
ings and on very easy payment terms.
Come in and investigate this unusual

buying opportunity. Above pianos
warranted to you, the same as brand
new.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC IIOUS1F
001 East William St.
FOUNTAIN,,P;EN INK
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