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~1UZDA, ARCH11 ')3. 192 7

THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

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XO RAT LIN>R $7OyOfOrA'YEA

R1111 Signis (Comproulise Offer lkg
JIli hiest Sahlried Fvhire
h OrgaInized Ba; sebka1
(By A,,ociated Press)
NEW YORK, MA1arch 2--Four hours
after he cU<<I flQ batck fro2i te nae
li C -re life o lt i o n jli~V~ ~. w r
of :"wYork ,.!Fr,- 21y.a1d "i*;tt
ttftook l L;5 ,thian an hoi' onfi'c-
mi),ce wih the cY<nkeel' ownerI, Colol.
Jacob ll U 1'er, for m;c 1famou Ls 1home(
run ile to accept hiS com pr omise
offer Avhich, nfli'Ytitel('55, 1make:s him
thei 1i'1hctst lal',a red igure i t 0h(
)? "tJ ) n ,,''""112e awld giveS hiim a<n in-'
crease of $17,500 .a year over his oild I
FThe 1,a0e 's rnew,-contract :calls for
a yearly rpay .cheek exceedl ing by ^'
000 the saila ry of Commissioner 1Lani
dls.:It i., understood he topped by I
z,10,000 the salary of -the highest paid)
plyer, Ty Cobb, whose contract with
the .Athiletic niets hiln about $65,000.!
Rut, ccrdngto present plansj,
will sign Fli~ia.
STETTIN, Germany--Dr. Otto Pelt-;
zer, German track star, set a new in-
door record of 2 minutes 31.7 seconds ,
for the 1000 meters run here recently.:.

WILDCAT URID CAPTAIN
RE'TIRES FROM SCHOOL'
Victor (Gustafson, star fullback and
captain-elect of the Northwestern foot-
ball team for 1927 has withdrawn from
the Evanstoni institution for the 1res-
enit semester. He will probably return
to college next fall, to lead the Pur-
pie eleven through the gridiron sea-
son. Under Western Conference rules.
hie will b~e eligib~le to compete at that
time.
Gustafson was onie of the mainstays
of the Northwestern gridl team last
fall, when the Wildcats tied with
Michigan for the Big Ten champion-
ship. With Moon Baker and Tiny
Lewis as his running mates, he was a
member of one of the strongest back-
fields in the country, when the Purple!
tied for the Big Ten championship.
MINNEAPOLIS.-Jim Delany is ser-
iously ill from blood-poisoning.

All sophomrores and second se-
mnester froshmnen Who Nish u)
try out for the ,1ceeaod in,;
sqnadl are asked to report af, 5
o'clock todlay in rows 304 of~
tUnion.

-. r T ~ COACH"RE--.NS-7'
AMTR MIC I i VAN 'T
B \ at I I '-s
! I OM N GT 0N Ind.,"4 .vmreh G3-LU
rJ r. v)t x fI L 1 h1(.=. y. '1 i r . YY.
11 IA \ftiI U ) L* Cc'i oil t #1 *''( - _____________________

in;" to the studrult cae'G
wres-tlin)g team, Who id1lUt yesteri-
d'ay fror Ann arbor, A h.where l b,
Indtiana nmat team met hl niver°.lxy ;
of Michigan tearm Saturday ngt
S. G. Clevenger, director of atletic's

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SAN ANTONIO-George Moriarity,

manager of the Detroit Tigers, has' at lindiaiia, said lie had received no
released "Tiny~ Owens, a pitcher,! world from Reynolds.
from the squad' for the infringement
of training rules-. Suh-ribe for the tIieblgnn ii ly-
.S

If yeu aoe a telphne n ';i'tCPiA''
the Ad-Tak,lust2121.ill ?tc)charged.
'pis5cointn c' -ra! .i 3i'. N -da" irce
£n plil.ictatiioi. Notie>c o tivnycr',n u£ t e 25 i s.. a \t:[li'lliii
.p~c eillintime for the secr CS RAES 't'1i1 ho ow
Tlen centis per reacliinc line nth1.01mlse bn
five a rioage n~'orits to the line er
N ine cets per r~oding xbuc'I.ir; hee,,.n
insert ions.' ELT eis we o hn
Cash classifieds ,receiv'ed at 1I itpl n
in The iPress Building on 1 a\.,d Sti'l e Lt C.M.ibsoni, Ciropractor, 35
CONTRACT RATIES W ~'I:A;,a;Ie. ots-urs-gat
Special standardized rates g,,-en cn aitlica"
tifo___________ ____

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Babe Riut ..

L t Us Repair Your
Typewriter
Good Workmanship
Reasonable Prices
*Riders Pen Shop

THE HOME OF
HART, SCHAF FNER & MARX CLOTHES

Wo o l
So
Madein Eglan
AndGeran
3Io 54
Tih ~0
The Sockngn
1113 S.rUniv

a4 t'i r
112 S, MAIN ST. PHONE 4515

All makes of t ype'nil en;r.1 for sale or '- "-- - ----
rent. ]excellent maclhin,, at rea-, NOTICE-Hats cleane t ndblockedk.
sonable priices, for rent. promptI All kinuds of shoes clean, dyed and
repairing by exlpiieflcetl Woikmenu. repaired. Satisfa floxt i fra1['nen.
Courteous ser 'ce. Anita Brand IANNT ARBOR S111HOP~ Lilbert;;.
Ribbons and Carbons. iditer's Pen -usThr-St
Shop, 315 Mtate Street.AnAroMneorhipso-1
suntue'-tAn~t ~ Detroit St. Let us~ do your nilnico:-
FOR SALE--Radio. Five 'Tube Music graphing and typewrit.ing. First -
!Master. $30. Call 7710. 106-107-108!('hiss work. Quick service. Lowest
-- -- ~ruct1s. i al 8683.

TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorizeddel
er: Phone 6615,_ L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona Typewriters, Inc. tf

1FOR SALE1

c-tnoes-thur- Sat

S l oddar Hair Shop has given excel-
leut service for 17 years. A visit
wVill coninimce yon of our efficienicy,
70)9AN. Uith eirs iiy. tues-thu r-spit

WAT ED
-Patrons to 1

ii\l'thcma now ---.vyour Frt'Iernit y
lIlilaes ndshlin1 ges. AlnArbors,
ony professionial liet arc rin
take.l mals c11 t;l. t, ate St...ii. i tha .dtlc.

' _l o ve is T spow'l ;iis r c'-
Shop, tLu:;°-t!1ur-sat

IVANTED-

regularly on weekly rate bas-is.
Exclusive p~lace. For information,
Dial 9850. 108-109-110)
WANTED-Students who like good'
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial, 4481.
c-Tues.-Thu rs.-Sat.

tou-t It-star
NOC lk' V----Port able 1,hoaioi'aplhs fronm
$15 1,p.1Just the ti;r 11 for your
roiom as they can be played very
sofly. Eats. 1), ym niitterms.
University ?Music Ilouse. w
'Studenits! Saive IMoney! I Buy a usedl

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WANTED STUDENTS to know that Phone Lanis 848: 9. twer-thuir-sat-t,
Sam pays £roiii $,-)to $2,50 or oldI-
suits and overcoats., ILTYE TR tlB(N N
121 P. ANN DA 4306 C XRHONS)\
Oti(ur rapid turnover insuries a free

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k

I~os1L
LOST'--St ring of jpeat-s {jmzeeiiei'e
b-etween the Cole siuim and 719 Tap-
pan street. PIca so return. I ewani.
Phone 7669. 106-107-10S

ity at a moderate price. 0. D. Tvol:t-
RILL. 17 Nickels Arcade, Phonfi
6615. ]dealer: L. C. Smith & Coronai
Typewriters, lInc. U
a ee iopilai' ins,; iunecnt . Ycou
('P itC(Alil11'11 ito play ;t. ve give
free lessons wi v":x.11ovry ;guitar otr
t ill'' rit v Music h ouse.

1

ILOST-MVan's glue elm ck -woolen
scarf in 11 ill Audlitornum, Sutay
Call 5970.-
aLOS'p. -T et a Kappa Psi pi. ,The
r initials on b)ack are R. C. W1. 1.
Call 3497. Reward.
I 107-108-'409-11 0-1I 11-112
LOST-Gentleman's Drmown C (anmeo
Ring. Call 21931. Reward.

The Ltest for Spring
'art, Schaffner &Marx Clothes
A new model in beautiful1;patterns and excellent
tailoring. W i't'to pairs of pamts. IFeatured at
$35.00
Topcoats for .Spring are in remarkably good lokping
patterns. A garment tailbred by Hart, Schaffner
& Marx, at

Y Nt" i,A It "R EADY)Y MAR1)5" when
h'~t(P1lav'e a two -if,.A suit huti It
to your inicasure for $87".50? Spring
st yles ii cxv r a dy. T1. 13. LYONS,
'' Willi ims at 1\taynard. ti

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FORl RENT

FiOR RENT---Garage for rent.
Volhind St. Dial 45,16.
F OR RENT-Rooms for studlents
business men. 425 South Divis
Prices reasonable. Room ands
for one man.

inas i),omiP1tly and n,, atly done
by experietmcedl oper'at ors at mnod-
18x21 1 , (:,7?.o 2' :ttt:.s -iThesis and collIege
t 'rl a 1ic ly for 19 yearis. 0.
1). Mvorrill, 17 Nick~el§ Arcade. T1he
r~irr. Tywricrand Stationery Store. U,'

$25.00

X3.3:50

$45.00

' o i l n Cc' y
J118 East Washington___

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3 01 S. state

When You Ask For Style
We Give You Quality
We believe that Style and
Service are inseparable.
We say that Quality and
value should go togeth-
-er. ° You will find these
in our
KUPPENHEIMER and BELMONT
SUVITS AND TOPCOATS
Mastn211 S. MAIN ST..
"Where You IVNay Buy with Confidence."~

FOR RENT-

room2. Stear
422 E. 'Washi
NOTVICE-hell
Bolin, banjos
struction. D'

suite

NOTICfE-A few
'Feno(Y Banjos

bargains ini flne
att especially low

-Newly decora tedl double!

prices and on easy p)aymnent terms.

.. .., .

in heat. Phone 8544. IUiversity Music House.
ifngton. 106-107-108 I'__"___--- __
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
U IN !T 'I quickly typed_ at popular prices.
-'-Phone 7345. UY
Gillespie, teacher man-( ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
s, guitar, chord cont- 'W'orks. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
Hal 4757. 6513. daily-tf
A'et., Fri., Sun., tU 1 (1 7+ hw ,'of M in it r.-., iin.,. r

NOTICE-Barber wanted fir part
time work. Apply Pearsall BarberI
Shop, 717 North Univ.
NOTIC E-Ihear the new Orthoponic
Victor Record of "Ima Little Bit
Fonder of You." By 'Warrings
P-ennsylvanians, at Schaeberle&
Son Music House, 110 So. Main. tf

cardl to 1103 E. Washhgton. ljolle
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. If
NOTICE-Learn to play a' Liohner
H-armonica. Its a pleasant past-
time and becoming very popular.
We have a fine line of novelty or-
gans.
University Music Hlouse.

D'A".NS

DEN

i

Troday--
A N-',w and Delicious 50c Luncheon
Sensing the need of a 'comptlete Luncheon of high quality and moderate price,
we are now serving such a meal, beginning today.

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Dead The Daily "Classified" Columns

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You may order your Caps and Gowns now.

IAll new Garments

1-ae You Yet Tried Our
Finie Club Dinners at---

65°?

which we carry in stock at all times for all classes.
NO DEPOSIT UNTIL YOU GET YOUR GARMENTS

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