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1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EVE"Ry'eMORRISON GETS Yearing ;'Irack NMen1 FOUR TEAMS SURVjIVE THIRD ROUND TRTA
YEDB lNI SECOND TCHANCE p IN FRATERNITY BOWLING TOURNEY' MISLF
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~ L31'ISEDSEASONE
EIeryCc: acu c E 1bsketlaIIIteam
will see actin, a110,two of the quin-
tets, Illinois and M'1innesota, wvill fin-
ishi their 1927 schedu1Tles with tonight's
games. While M' chigan it engaging
Chicago in an effort to finish the rest
of the season without defeat, Ohio
State will. attenmpt to topple Iowa
from the racks of possible champion-'
ship contepdlers. The lowly (Iophci'
team will try to (do the same to Pur-
due at Millnealolis, while Indiana, to
stay in t~.c race, must best North-4
western. l~e ' fifth cgame of the ight,
will bring Wisconsin and Illinois to-
gether ,at Madhison.
The nitos important, of tonlight 's
contests and the one likely to be most
hard foughlt is the Iowa-Ohio State
battle at Columbus. Iowa, beaten by
Wisconsin anrd barely ntosing out Chi-
cago in its last two games. will prob-
ably take another beating, although
the Hlawlci are long past due to winj
again. Ohio State hasi)proven prac-1
tically in-6ifcible on its home floor,'
and in' view of 'the" winning spurt the
Buckeyes- have had,. dealing severe
blows at -the titular aspirations of
Wiseonsifr and Indiana in successive
games, it is niot at all unlikely that
they will eliminate the Iowa five from
championship onsideration. An other
interesting feature' will be the duel
between ,' McConnell, all-Conference
guard last seawfon, and,1Hunt, Ohio's
leading point. scorer, who will try to
better his position in fourth place.
Iowa, on the other hand, has more
at stake in the_ game than the Buck-
eyes who are 11opelessly out of the
title race,. w)nchl should be an added
inspiration ito te~m.
Although. .the Illinois-lAisconsin
game will have no bearing on the title,
it should, provq ta keen battle as both
fives are of .near championship cal-
ibre and arq fighting for a first di-
vision berth. Its seems unlikely that
either Northwestern nor Minnesota
will be able to ,upset Indiana or Pur..
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Mi~ii2 ii,~fl'QInsliiO tirack tcm 'i
trill cain pete against t he f niter>if y }f silonl, andl Phi J
Illinois freshman I hinclads ill a f eb> fouir* I amsl to
graphic meet this afteriiooni. The final roonl it
Wolverine yearlings will run their day
events in t he Yost Field house, xvil e fl~ ce~
I lie Illinois tecam will Compete at L'r- OhlillStheatl-thi
bona, the i'esnlt of the two meets tei (tl n ~i i k
being -ex1allge'd iWi byl] il )
''ll Ii1b tac Mlichliganl squlad is on).ly fallr Paving the Il-
i 1 comparison with theyycarling Itrac k natedl by Ohi.O
menl of otlher Nrears, according 10 The t otal" pin
ICoach Charles I'loyt. Not mluchi is tca n!, ' is as to.:
known of their ability, as this is the Delta Alpha li
first dual meet of the season. There uilo'i 7043, PhAi
are several outstanding meinbers of Last nighit tI
the first year squad, but the rest the inter-cl'a4S
of the ma'terial is rather mlediocre.
Cha pman is the (class5of1the s511 rint-'.isllllI f
ers. Among the distanco Lian, Tilley
seem'.s to he the b'est lperfor incr in the
half xmile, while IHaydlen is the b est
inl the mile. Robbinls, :si ar shot l)utter, tCO lt: ,'
will he tunable to compete in this
event on account of an injured knee.
Hulbert will be the' Michigan entry
in the weights.
fThe Sucker yeu huligs, coached by
SPitch Johnson, ha- "a several good mlen-°
oil their squad. Krasne, who tosses
the shot, is said to be the 1)est prosi-
pect in the weight events to appear
at the Illinois institution since Dan d'iEliliitl!IIIIIII

ha~ ~ ~ ~~~e p''l111 llti CP ;ithe Sel3ioi' lit and thleJunlir ell-
Kappa 3>'on()r te bo he P(ei A i{wling; team s cqua lilled to
C> ,1 will, I tv held '1 vs- llnee jIn the finals which will lie hetld
at thelcunion Mondayv ni-lht at 9 o'clock
iSco(O c5 wcv _ :<lf t10for thle ml cr-class chlampliol2s/ ip. Te
Ic tI ti'ill ber r.cord ' qualify inn scores were ,as follow,,)s
"eten 'Oifr~n'~ lle'n1or li> 2151, julior eniginteers 2) o t,E
:ag.A- lingo ileVint: ophomore engineers 21 :1, sohomore
toC the C raternllity it52151, freshman- cngiueer,,; E (ti
le ota lit i,1! i6- P.rtr 1ounid trials- for fthe all-camipus
Statew muniv 1ty. I fowl 5hootAng cantes wili beieild .
ofa I of th e e i'cnminlill;Ievery afternoconi be't ween 2 and 8
dlo«=s: Signi2a (Chi 7257, o'clock until T1hursdlay. P'articipants
nlsiloul 7069, Delta Up- :11:the fowl sh>iootinlg tourney are ulrgel

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Tf you are a telephone subscriber call Jilni:-n
the Adl-Taker, D)ial 2114 and your wsit t<ad
will be charged.
SThe MIichig~an D aily reser,,es tl1ar riit *t
classify all wants ads tne pjaeh'd
I igs and to rev ise or wah~ betjnle~
This coitnnn clones at 3 2'. M'i. date ;vrt-ced-
ing pnl,lieation. inotice of any error trutst be.t
given in time for tihe secondl inset tion.
j CASH RATES
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five average words to t"ie li:ne) for onie ')r two
tisertionis.
Nine tents per rrca(inlg hne for three or wore
insertions.
I ash classifieds ,eceived, at the IDaily offie
in The Press Ittilding ont Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given ott applica-

'NOTICE
lo('/, reductimionionall silk gowns and
heiefor S"afturday only. 1Esthri
Spauolding. 115) East Liberty. 110ll
NJOTICE-Hear the niew Orthoponic
Victor Record of "Ima Little Bit
Fondler of You." By WAarring"
Ileminsyl vania ns. at Schaeberle &
jSon Mlusic House, 110 So. Main. tf
-NOTICIE-The new Royal Portables
are now on (lisplay at Rider's Pen
Shop) 315 State St. A wvonderful
machine. You wvill be interested.
. Cal andsee themn.
,!Students! Save NMoney! lBu t 1u, .;
typewriter andl type youir own heis
Phone Landis 3489. wed-tlur-sat,-tus,

,he soioV lits capituredi

o be pr esen:t' at the timfe appointed
to them by the intramural depart-

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relay title by outrun- went. FOIL SALE
1d1Ii1I1lIIlllil~itlli¢III~I~~l~IIIIIIIIYIi~i3111I~ III1riI11NI III'tFOR1 SALE-;-Ladies b~rown broadtail
coat, size 16. Brow'n Fox collar,
A PRO.VED oWST Y L ES cuffs and wide border. Ini excel-
\I~~l CthPICT XT~RN~CORECT('OOR quick cash sale. Call at 424 South
f BMain St. (upstairs). 110
i~ s'~ . FIiOR SALE-C Soprano Iuesc er
SYST A C %Jt IESSaxophone. Good condition,.flea-
For iC ung rden /5AUA:e~ sozale price. Silver finish. Call
7111. Noon or evenings.
110-1 11-112
Xv . G O SS, 309So MAIN }IFORSAILE-PoliceI ppizes b - n
t111rthiftii IIiIIi111111II I~IIIIIIII1ltitlllt1IIIuu1ui;1 ported sire. Eligible to registra-
i-Lion. Price reasonab~le. 429 South

(.~ the univers'ity. Coome is scheduled tol
Guy .1lerrisn i run in the half mile event. Among,
Head coach of baseball, foot ball, nthe uniers Schneeiman is considered
i qit afid.Besides being a good high '
basketball at DePauw university, will jumper, he has travelledl over 21 feet,
be tried out this spring by the Pitts- 1 in the running broad Bump. The meet
burgh Pirates. Morrison, a pitcher,; todlay will give the coaches an oppor -
was purchased by the New York' tunity to gauge the calibre of their
Giants from the Bloomington club ',of material.
the Three-I league in 1923, butt be- .________
cause of the lack of experience he +CH-ICAGO.-Comiskey Field, home of
was sent back to the minors. the Chicago White Sox, will accommo-
Morrison pitclied the Idaho Falls (late 70,000 fans when the American
club to the league flag last season with j league pennant race gets under way
17 victories and three dlefeats. u n Chicago on April 20.
Ask forj
ARTISTS' A RTIST'S'
OIL COLORS .IL$S and VARNISHES
Canvas Boards Academic
Artists' Brushes Water Colors
Academy Boards Sdiooi Water Color Boxes
Artists' Canvas Show Card Colors
Drawipi Inks Pastel Boards
Eiianielit
WENZEL'Sa
ti7 Fast Liberty
ANN ARBOR - YPSILANTIj

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H"IGHEST QUALITY MEATS,.-"
AT FAIR PRICES

;; Division. 109-110-111
FOR SALE+-Chevrolet roadster, new
j style. Phone noon or evening.
Phone 8757. 109-110
IFOIL SALE-New 'victor Portable.
E Owner, leaving town. Sacrifice for
a quick sale. Call 5510. 109-110-1111{
STYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
F reted exhanedcleaned, repair-
ed. Largest anti Best stock to be oh-
Itamred anywhere. 0. D. MOR.RILL,
Y 7 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
Se r: Phone 6615, L~. C. Smith & Cor-
Sona Typewriters, Inc. tf
WAN TED)
WANTED-Student barber. Miller's
SIbarber shopi. 1114 S. University Ave. I
10 9-110-1.1l
WANTED--Artist model. Good pay.

TYPEWRITER J IBIOXS AM2)
CARBON S
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
16615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
{Typewriters, Inc. t
VICTROLAS to rent for valance of
school year as low as $3.00 month-
ly. Enjoy mnusic in your room.
University Music 1-ouse. tf
DANCING Every Saturday night, Dix-
bora. 5 miles out Broadway on
Inew Plymouth paved road. fri-sat-U1
HEALTH Begins when you phone
18428. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 35
Wuevth Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tf
FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
tiou, visit Trojiiowslds IBarber
shop. tues-thur-sat
NOTI CE-H-ats cleaned and blocked.
All khids of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired-. Satisfaction, gmiraiteed.
ANN ARBOR SHOP, Gam: E. Liberty.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-214
Detroit St. Let u (do your nilmeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class work. Quicl service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8653.
c-tues-thur-Sat

The prudent buyer for the- home, and

the fra-,

ternity and sorority stewards, will find that for
savory roasts, tender steaks, and good chops, priced

Cue- tonighti,
teams will
chance to tie
should lose
games. With
should be at
and will be
playing her

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still have a theoreticA
ufor the title if Michigan
one of its remaining
Lthis in view, both fives
tthe top of their games,
hard to stop. Minnesota,
last game and oA4 the

right and of the best

quality, there is

no place

like GFELL'S.
A. R. GFELL

home floor, has been pointing for this
contest and will be working for its
second win of the season.
'WOLVER/NES WILL SEEK
1 ST WRESTLINQ TITLE
(Continued from Page Six)
in three years by Captain Beers of
Iowa by a narrow margin in an over-
time bout last week. Beers formerly
held the Big Ten 145 pound title.
In the light heavyweight division
Coach Keen will shift the lineup he
has used in the last two meets, using
Rich instead of Preston. This change
is due to the fact that Rich has had
the advantage of a year of Varsity ex-
perience and is conceded a good
chance to defeat Ritz of Illinois, who
is wrestling his first year on the Var-
sity and has been defeated several
times.
Captain B~ernie Shiively, Illinois 2201
pound heavyweight, is favored over
Prescott and Preston, Coach Keen's
two possible choices in the unlimited
division.
If ITERCIIOASTC TROUT
I ryqiits f o r interscholasticI
Imanager are reqiuested to report
Iat the. Administration building,
IFerry field, Thiursday or Fridayj
between 2:30 and 4 o'clock. I
j' LAWRENCE S. ROTH.
IBASEBALL MANAGERSHIPS
All Sophomores who wish tq
try out for the assistant baseball
( managership are asked to report
at Yost field house at 3:30 o'clock
}any afternoon. '
{ Arthur L. Evely, Mgr. 1

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223' North Main St.

Phone 4208

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Boax 165, Mich. Daily. 10-1-1 StdadHrShphsgvnec-
I ---___ - Ilent service for 17 years. A visit
IWANTED-Patrons to take meals will convince you''orf our effilciency,
regularly on weekly rate basis. r mf N. University. tues-thur-sat
Exclusive p~lace. For information, 4
Dial 9850. 108-109-110 1WHlY WEAR "RTEADY? MADES" when
.......you can have a two pant suit built
WANTED STUDENTS to know that Ito yu V(r o 3.5?Srn
Sam pays fromn $5 to $25 for old -styles nrwmeare.orT$ .0? NSn
suits and overcoats. styleas ano Maread. BaYOS
121 F. ANN DIAL 4306WilastMynd.f
ti TYlEWRIITINGV and MIimeograph..
I inig promrptly and neatly done'
WANTED--Students who like good; by experienced operators at mod-
hot BARBECUES to know we de- erate rates. Thesis. and college
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M. # work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat. Typwriter and Stationery Store. tt
SUIT ANDOVERCOATS-Very reas-
LOST~' onable prices, tailored or ready-
LOS--Pir f lases n eater as made . We have. a wonderful varl-
LOT-Piro gase n ethrcae eyof patterns,' Repairing also a
between Betsy Ross Shop andl specialty. Iseautiful fabrics for your
Alumni Memorial Hall. Finder j winter overcoat.
please return to Barbara Wheeler, I WILD' THE. TAYLOR
1520 South University. Phone 22217.;19' Wsigo
110-111-112119E asigo

FIRST METHODIST
Cornier State and 'Wash. Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D)._1)., Mtinister.
Parley C. Binghamn, Associate
iister a ml StudettDirector.
hiss N argAret Stair,
Student IDirector.
10:'30 A. M.-Sermon : ' vd's Help.
lessitess," followed by come-
inunion.
12:00 ;M.-Studlent Bible classes at
Wesley Hall.
6:00 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild led
by H-oward Wahrcnbrock, '27,
Law.
7:30 P. 11.-Sermon: "Thme Broad-
er1 Ministry of tihe (Churchi."
Putlpit editorial by Judge Jay
iPray. Wesleyan Guild Or-
ciesti'a.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
It. Edward Bayles, 3inister
hloward It. Chapmani, 1?Miister for
Students
10: 45 -MNorning worship. Mr.
Sayles will speak on : "Thme
B~ore Excellent, Way."
12 :00-Church Bible School.
Student classes riieet in Guild
house. Dr. Waterman on:
-"Select Rleadinigs front the
01(d TestamIenit." Mr. Chap-
iman on: "History and Litera-
tre of Ntew Testatmeit."
5: 30--Friendship flour'.
6 :30-"Slmerwvood Cody's Views on
the B ilie." Leader, Fred
Kudtata.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division Sts.
Merle It. Anderson, Minister
Lewis C. Belma'nn
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretaries for Students.
9 :30--Student Class led by Pirof.
A. RI. Morris.
10 :45- "Tue Ministry of Quiet.
12:-pn00-Open Foruim for student.
5 :30-Social Hour and Supper.
6 :30-Young People's Society
meeting.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHIURCH
'H~erbert A. Jump, Minister
Hlen Ramnsay, Stude~t hDirector
S10 :45-Mor'ning worshlip.
5:30-Student discussion hour.
8: 0 M to picture service.

LOST-Gold bracelet. with black
scrioll engraving,;iprobably between
new Medical Building'- and H:ill1
Auditoiim. Reward. Box 166.
LOST-Theta Kappa Psi pin. TheI
! initials on back are R. C. W. I.
Call 3497. Reward.
107-108'-109-11.0-111-112
LOST--B~lack 6x31/2 leather-covered
notebook. Dial Patch 4631.
109-1.10-111
LOST-Man's white gold ring with
ruby setting. Call 21992. 914 East
i-um'on St. Reward. 109-110
IFOR RENTI
FOR TEN T-Single room near cam-
pus. 825 East University. Phone#
E9801. 1101
FOR RENT-Front room for man.
3 Comfortable and reasonable,. 516
1Walnut. Call 9274. 110

c Wed-Fri-Sat
NOTICE-A few ibargaI-,4 in fine
jTenor B~anjos* at especially low
#prices and, on easy payment terms.
University, Music House.
' NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. f
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed.' Phone
6513. daily-ti
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
Licard to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
INOTICE
The new Victor Phonograph Rpo
Rer- ducer is here. Available for all old
type Victrolas. Come in and hear
,it. We cannot describe the wonder-
ful improvement of musical repro-
duction.
You Must Hear It.
Price, $5.
UNIVERS1ITY MUSIC 110USE

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UNITARIAN CHIFJRC
State and Illuron cts.
SUNDIAY, MARCH 6, 1927
10: 45 A. M.
Morning service
Sermion by thle Minister'
5:45 P. M.
Candlelight Supper
6:30
Informal discussion led by a
member of the student group.
"A quick and eager inter'est in
ideas-a radliant emit ;husiasni for
human excellence in all llunian
lursuits."-hl K. Graham.

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FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject-: ".lani."
11:45 A. M1.--Sunday schocl follow-
luig the morning service.
7:45----Wednesday evening testi-
mnonial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 and 11.
State Savings l~ank building, is
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock,
except Sundays and legal holidays.

BETHLEHEM-
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Fourth Av e. near Packard St.
G. A. Neumann , Minister
9:00 A. M~.-Sunday School.
10:00 A. M. -Regular morning
wvorship. Sermon subject:
'"rhe Religious -Aotives of
Fear and Love."
11 :00 A. M.-German seirvic.
6:30 P. M. -- Young People's
League.
English Lenten service every
Wednesday at 7 :"00 p. m.

ST. 'ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
I, IST SUN)DAY I N LE .NT
Rev. IHenry Lewis, Rector
R~ev. Ti. L. iBarris, Assistant
Holy Communion, 8:00 A. M. (the
Church); 9:30 A. M. (Har'ris
IHall).
11:00 A. M.-Holy Communion and
sermon by the Rev. T. L.
Harris.
3 :00 P. 14.-Student and adult
confirmation class.
6:00 P. NI.-Student supper and
meeting.
8:00 P. 11.-Evening service.

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Detroit's Brilliant Three Dal Season.
CHICAGO CIVIC OPERA
Complete in artistic personnel, orchestra, chorus, ballet,
productions, effects and physical equipment, staged with
the imatchless advantages of the beautiful
MASONIC AUDITORIUM
Four glorious performances in three gala days, introducing
the greatest artists in the greatest operas.
Saturday, March 19, at 2 md c"TO SCA"
With i1 11zio, Hackett, Oliviero, Formichti, Nicolich, DeFrere.
Conductor, Polacco
SATURDAY at 89 "Jewels of the Madonna"
Rais, Jackson, Len ska, Hamulin, d'illermanoy. Cortis, 'Hojiei, 1Miteh,
Ohliiiero, RIinminmi, Corps (de Ballet. Coniductor, )Ioranzoni
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B'nai B'rith
HIILLEL FOUND)ATiION

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
11"d slinton St. Ind Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stelhormi, Pastor
9:00 A.M.-lBible sttudy hour.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
01 DISCIPLES
Corner 11i11 and Tappan
Kenneth It. Bowenm, Pastor

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
I (Mlissouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Minister.
S 9:00 A. M.-German service.

1 15 E. Univiersity

Dial 37791

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