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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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": r exam nations was much in
th? 1.r t"o a recpetition of last sua-;
na w:cn tih Wolvc:Ines l Yd for
ii:1s by winning their last five games
after having a lrcord of three wins
rta inst foar lmes. The defeat by,
Psrug ole a string of victories
that had run to 15, nine of them kting
this season and five against Big Ten
opponents this year. After defeats by!
the strong Purdue and Indiana fives,'
Michigan staged another great come-
back to take the last five games.
"The offensive record of the Wol-!

When Capt. "Buzz" Hogan of the
Iowa bas ktball five dogged the steps
of the sensational Oosterbaan in the
lowa-Michigan encounter on Monday
night at Yost field house, he not only
almost prevented the Wolverines
from enjoying the undisputed leader-
ship of the Big Ten, but pbrhaps spoil-
ed the Michigan forward's chances of
being individual high point scorer.
As a result of being limited to a
lone field goal that scored after
the removal on fouls of Hogan, Oos-
terbaan is now only two points ahead
cf Cummins of Purdue, who tallied
18 pc nts against Northwestern,
and only five pomnts ahead of Hunt,
Ohio State, both of whom have one

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If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie FOR RENT
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want adO N
will be charged. o - ---
The Michigan Daily reserves tht right to FOR RENT-Front rooni for lady or
classify all wantsads under appropriate head- gentleman, with mieals if desired.
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable723 Oakland Ave. 112-113-114
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This column clo.es at 3 P. M. date preted- 112-113-114
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given in time for the second insertion.
CASH RATES NOTICE
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two j NO'I'CE-Mell Gillespie, teacher man-
Ninerents per reading ice for three or mlore dolin, banjos, guitar, (hord con-
insertions.struction. Dial 4757.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office Wed., Fri.,. Sun., tf
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. ________ _________
CONTRACT RATES T1rojanmowski's Barber Shop has sat-
Special standardized rates given on applica- jsfied Students for 4f years
tion t
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TOP COAT FOI SPRING

verines was the best since I have been more game to increase their totals.
coach here although the defense show- Hunt's chances of overtaking Gos-
ed some inconsistencies and allowed terbaan are not as good as those of
opponents 25 points per game," Ma- the Purdue star. Ohio meets the
ther said. The Michigan five in averag- i strong Indiana five tonight and will1
ing 34 points in each Big Tin tilt probably be limited to fewer shots
hoasted two of the leading scorers of than will Purdue, who encounters the
the season in Harrigan and Ooster- Chicago team. In a previous game
baan. This pair teamed together to with Indiana this season, Hunt was
make what Coach Kent of Northwes-I held scoreless, but Chicago's defense
tern characterized as the strongest of-1 (Ioes not appear strong enough to hin-
lensive combination in the Conference. der Cummins from scoring the three
The photographers had Coach Ma-- points needed to assure him of mdi-
ther and his entire squad posing and jvidual honors.
talking before the movie'camera for lDaugherity, Illinois, temporarily
nearly an hour yesterday afternoon. -ests in third position with 109 points
Coaches Veenker and Kipke and Man- and Harrigan remains in fourth, al-
ager Wiliam Dey also came in for though his position is insecure.
their share. To bring the photographic rigan remains in fourth, although his
session to a successful cnd Coach position is insecure.
Fielding H. Yost, who had been acting Behr, Wisconsin, and Beckner and
as director of the film, passed along Krueger, Indiana, are within the first
the row of Coaches and players, shak-I ten scorers, but neither seems likely
ing hands with all as the camera to improve in his one remaining game.
ground out the film. The leaders follow:
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Preliminaries in the interfraternity
indoor track meet will be run off be-
ginning at 7:30 tonight in Waterman
gymnasium. The final round of the
meet will be held tomorrow night be-
ginning at the same time. Theevents
included on- the program are 50 yard
dash, 65 yard low hurdles, 65 yard
high hurdles, 440, 880, and mile runs,
shot put, standing broad jump, and
running high jump.
The first two events run off will be
the shot put and the 50 yard dash,
the competition starting promptly at
7:30 o'clock. Any team using an in-
eligible man will be compelled to
withdraw from the meet.
Theta Chi with a total of 171 points
won the interfraternity foul shooting
tournament, their nearest rival being
Sigma Kappa with 161 points. Indivi-
dual honors went,to, F.,Pierson of Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, K. Schafer of Pi Kap-
pa Alpha, and G. Green of Theta Chi
all of whom scored 22 baskets out of
25 attempts. The high team record was
made by Phi Kappa Sigma, which
scored 87 points in the second round.
The remaining singles and doubles,
matches in the all-campus handball
tournament must be completed as soon
as possible and the results should be
reported to the intramural office as
soon as they are comipleted,
The final round of the interclass bow-
ling tournament was completed Mon-
day night, when the junior engineers
defeated the senior lits. In the final
round the teams rolled for the best
tW'o out of three- games, the engineers
winning both of the. first two games
by scores of 871 to 869, and 845 to 763.
The swinning team was composed of
F. Beaman, M. Foster, T. King, 0
Cobb, -and W. Cowell.
Entries in the all-campus indoor
track meet which will be held on Mar.
29 and 31 at Waterman gymnasium,
are being received at the intramural
office.
ILLINOIS.- More than 4,500 saw
Illinois defeat Michigan for the wrest-
ling title.

I Oosterbaan, Michigan ....50 12 112
Cummins, Purdue ........35 40 110
Daugherity, Illinois ......44 21 109
Harrigan, Michigan ......38 32 108
-Hunt, Ohio ...............37 33 107
Gleichman, Northw'rn ....35 33 103
Behr, Wisconsin.........28 26 82
Beckner, Indiana ........32 16 80
Kruger, Indiana.......... 33 14 80
Fisher, Northwestern ....29 21 79
BOXERS TO MEET
I FOR STATE TITLE
With the prospect of four amateur
state titles before them, Coach Sul-
livan's boxing team will leave tomor-
row afternoon for Grand Rapids to
take part in the state amateur box-
ing tournaments which will be held
there Friday and Saturday.
.Berkowitz will represent Michigan
in the middleweight division, and is
conceded the best chance of all the
boxers for the title. HIe has met the
present state champion once already,
and only lost by . decision after the{
match had gone three rounds to a
draw and the extra fourth round had
been boxed. Renner, a welterweight,
has had exactly the same experience
with the champion of his class, and
both are expected to do better this I
time.
Heim, a lightweight, and Farrell and
Stein, featherweights, make up the!
remainder of the team. Of these box-
ers Farrell is the hardest puncher,
1 and should have a good chance for
the title, although Heim and Stein
are not far behind him in ability.
FRATERNITY TRACK NOTICE
1 All men running the 440, 880,
t 'and mile runs in the interfrater- I
nity track meet must report at
8 o'clock tonight at the gymnas-
ium for a heart examination. No
one will be permitted to com-
pete in these events who has
not taken this examination.

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$38.50O -- $42.50
AND MORE

FOIL SALE
FOR SALE-Garage building located
on Lincoln Ave. Must be moved
at once. Dial 5518. 113-114-115
FOR SALE-One E-flat saxophone.
Conn. Used only three months.
Call 6988. 112-113-1141
FOR SALE-Ford touring, 1923 mod-
el, six tires, loaded with extraordi- I
nary extras, $50. Also, gentleman'sE
brown fur coat at a real bargain.1
513 Thompson St. Dial 7958.
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TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,;
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywnere. 0. D. MORRILL,j
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-I
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-I
ona Typewriters, Inc. tf
WANTED
WANTED - Upperclassman desires
room-mate. Steam-heat, shower,
bath. Reasonable. Call Hartmann,'
8680. Golz Apts. 113-114-115
WANTED-Student and family laun-
dry done. Called for anl delivered.
Phone 8694. 1131
I WANTED-Two aggressive young'
men working their way through
college to sell an easy selling prop-
osition that's known to the students
in Ann Arbor. Address D. SUSS-
MAN, 4124 Woodward Ave., Detroit,
Mich. 112-113-114
WANTED-College man or woman
for help at Foster's Tea Room.
112-114
WANTED STUDENTS to know that;
Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.i
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306 {
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LOST-A green Shaeffer fountain
pen in Angell Hall, some time
Thursday. Dial 5718. 113
LOST-Alpha. Rho Chi pin. Name,I
S. A. ERY on the back. Finder
please call 9817. Reward.
LOST-Duplex slide rule. Name en-
graved on side. Finder please call
Dersham. 8755. 113-114-115
LOST-Sigma Zeta fraternity badge
between Arcade and Catherine St.,
Saturday evening. Call 21217.
112-113-1141
LOST-Green-edged leather hand bag.
Near St. Joseph's Hospital. Re-
ward. Dial 116 and call 715F14.'
112-113-114
LOST-A small Chinese purse ,con-
taining bills. Call 7717. Reward.1
111-112-113
LOST-At Farmers & Mechanics
Bank, gold combination fountain
pen and pencil with initials G. V. C.
Jr. Finder please call 5717for
reward. 111-112-113

BILLIAI)0 ROOM
Five tables. Satisfactory rates.
Also cigars, tobaccos, candy and ice
cream. Johnston Brothers. 514 East
William. fri-sun-wed
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. keautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD TI-E TAYLOR
109 E. Waslhington
Phone 5069
c Wed-Fri-Sat
HOJNER HARMONICAS
We are having a big sale on the
novelty instrument. Come in and see
them.
tf University Music House.
Students! Save Money! Buy a used
typewriter and type your own thesis.
Phone Landis 3489; wed-thur-sat-tus
NOTICE-Hear the new Orthoponic
Victor Record of "In} a Little Bit
Fonder of You." Icy Warrings
Pennsylvanians, at Schaeberle &
Son Music House, 110 So. Main. tf
NOTICE-The new Royal Portables
are now on display At Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State St., A wonderful
machine. You will lie:: interested.
Cali and see them. _
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND
CARBONS
Our rapid turnover insurej a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. O. D. MOR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
B615. Dealer: L. C. Smiti & Corona

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NOVELTY MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS-
We have them from a ten-cent
kazoo to a miniature grand piano
music box.
University' Muslc I-ouse.
WHY WEAR "READY MADES" when
you can have a two, pant suit built
to your measure for $37.50? Spring
styles now ready. T. B. LYONS,
Williams at Maynard. tf
TYPEWRITING and Mimeograph-
ing promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates. Thesis and college
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tt

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NOTICE-Typing, thesis.:-neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. tf
ANN ARBOR CAIPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tI
TO SEE best of 50 lines l'othing drop
card to 1103 E. Washig'ton. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 td$30. tf

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LOST-Grey shell-rimmed glasses in
black case, either on State street
or on. Campus. Finder please
dial 4724. 111-112-113
LOST-Gold bracelet with black
scroll engraving, probably between
new Medical Building and Hill
Auditorium. Reward. Box 166.
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