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March 10, 1927 - Image 7

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. wmping over six feet are Cody, Ci
I-o;) lUeding, Nor'thwestern \V; W-:
cbo;i lnoi:. ; Thon}l as, lowa; andl1

Conth Mann Says All But WQ
Should Be Lowered At
Bier Ten Jleet

Yd. Mark I

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OUIIJ~ S(UUDIN I-1VDILtY l~Yl(' , ' U lu ie. 2'11CYIgtia ls Inol
":. zrf e:It ry inithis eet
"every individual atnd relay rec- : I Te pole vauilt. is anot her of the
ord now standing, with the possible e3vnts classedl atong the "toss-1).";
excptin o th 50yar fre syle First pIlace hkoos5~l' C to lie btwoeli
excepion f th 50 ard fee syleSiMCnnis of W4iscesin, Nothrop oft
should be shattered in the Big Ten Michigan, Boyles of Iowa and D~oge- i
tank meet scheduled for March 25 mueller of Northwestern. AUl of thse
and 26 at Urbana," stated Coach Matt . r men have vaulted over t he bar at 12
Mann of the Varsity squad yesterday,4 feet, 9 inches. McGinnis has clearedad'h ovrn wmessol hba tta ,iilti i aS h~
share heavily in the record breaking t {3 T{j meets. Trout of Michigan vaulted 2
feats." feet 10 1-4 n hes in the outdoor meetj
Hirschberger's record of :24.1 in the .", m h with Iowa last year and will be
short sprint is a good one, although strop- comnpe itor in this evren Sat ur-j
several Conference nratators have na ]ight. White of Illinois has dne
eclipsedweven this mark. Both Samson ..,. 12 feet 6 inches often. Caby and Mil-
and Darnall are capable of equalling len ofIoa and Fox of Purdue are
this standlard, but neither may be en- the other leading vaulters of the Ii,-I
tered fin the interest of team strength. ; :Tn
"We'll, try and lick the Daubers,"IfyosfIliissinon h
the coach_ continued, "borrowing the f should win the shot put., Lovetto of ji
phrase originated by Bob Brown, '26, Michigan andl Lewis, however, have
fomrcaptain of one of Michigan'sluthesobte'ha44ftan
greatest football eleven. , may lst Lyos. I elson has put thre1
By the 'Daubers' he probably meant 1~1elul shot 4 feet, but not this year, andI
last year's title-holding Gophers, al- Having signed with the Yankees. flagge of Northwestern has (one 44
ready defeated by the decisive . core for a record price, the laabno, is feet, but aain, not this season
of 47-22 in a recent dual meet. HIow- entering into the spring training with Iowa is pnked to wil the one mile
ever, he might have included "those a greaw'<(eal of zeal. 1-Ic evidently is relay, tie last event on the program.
who try and don't succeed," referring entertaining hopes of breaking his and tie one which usually determines!
to Chicago, Indiana, Purdue, not to present record for home runs. The the winner n the indoor meet. Ili-i
mention the four others. Babe appears to be in fairly good co- nois's team failedl to comeInup to ex-E
Samson Holds Five Records dition after a winter spent in makting pectatiols in tie Illinlois relays, but
\ Samson now holds the following movies and following a certain ron- is still considered one of the best in 1
intercollegiate records: 40, 220, and tine of exercise. Ruth's winter traini the Conference., Ohio, Wisconsin,
440, in the long pool, and the 200 and Ing was all under the supervision ofI Nothlwestern, and Minesota also.
440 in the short pool. Darnall has an expert trainer. have good teams.
beaten Milady, Minnesota's champion
and record holder, in sensational time.
Michigan has a wealth of material to
choose from to form a record smash- A N U C M N
ing 200 yard relay quartet.
Hubbell, Spindle, and J. Halsted
are three of the four or five best back Cltig;~m
strokes in the Conference today. R. The Representative of the A. Nash ltigCr-
Halsted has shown that he can beat pany is now showing, samples for men's spring suits and
Pturdy, Minnesota's third place breast topcoats, priced at $23.00 for topcoat or three-piece suit-
trer and Shrorr may cut his time
the trifle necessary to gain a place. $29.00 with extra trousers.
Only in the 300 yard medley dues theCal203frpoite.
Gohrsudapa togr sshown by their recent mark of 3:17,
six seconds better than the existing Tweeds-Patterned after imported English patterns
record. sxcneuieCneec by the American Woolen Mills.
dual meets over the strongest team~s English Greys, 'Worsteds, Serges, Cheviots
from other schools has established -
Mann's men as outstanding favorites. Guaranteed Fit. Phone 21073.
In the Big 'e meet, the best indiv-
idual stars from .eight other teams__________________________________________
undoubtedly whittle down the Michi-
gan score enough to make the 'out-
come doubtful.
.Carter" To Defetrd Title
"There will be Carter, defending
hsbeen undefeated this saeson andf IIIIII?
should better his mark of 2:47.2. '
!Manovitz, Purple captain, defeated the
Satudayan~d may surprise every- You.,E
body by winning. "Northwestern I E We Cut and Tailort iStal
s ol scr.i th dii g wt Cl-I-'y 1,Y orbath, central A. A. U. champion en- In i id a ly FrEo
tered. Coach Manley's Illinois squad]EI dvd aly F rY u
has some hidden strength in Blank- -
ley and Moeller, breast strokers, and '
Chicago has Noyes, Rtittenhouse, and =" in strict accordance with your measurements and -
Oker." attitude requirements. .There is a great deal of s:
These are a few of the swinmers1 satisfaction in getting tht"aefryu"lo
who will attempt tot upset the fav-iyorcohs Itotsn mre ohaeu
ored Gophers anid Wolverines. North- In Yrcltes tcot ou willtfindvitua
western and Chicago share the water make your suit or topcoat. Yo il2idita.
polo honors inz the Conference, both I ea sst,=1.-
teams ending the season with clean real asetto
slates} The Matoros recently sankt l
SU T N O C ASthe Illinois six to earn a share In S ITjA D TO CO TSE
the title. I t$50
YALE.-George issler, New YorklE
A. C., made a new world-mark of 1:42 ~A J' 'L
in the 150-yard. back stroke in thej ELA * C o * J X J 3H
nta urlswimming meet. -"
OXFORD.-H. T. Kingsbury Is the 69EatWilamS.E
only American included in the eight 61-atWila t
which will go into qpring training for
the Oxford-Cambridge Classic, April 2.

f,' daloftecnedrsi hseIM N T [ Tiht in the eastern division of thea
MA ME'T.EP RTnference, and also Miniot, Illinois TIS P LTHSSISF I
rtar,whrakamn th'bsit OU
i Ithie western sectio.CLOSES CLOSE-
FO~ ~IICAO TNI1i unished record for the confer- AT 3 PM. U ADVERTISINGU AT 3.
onceseaon illcompete in thle 145,
{Cointinued fro'onl Page Six) ; pound class. Saner has scored five
its ti cl} dvisions, Baker hlavinig lost victories in as mny meets over such , yuaeatleh, usrbe alJmi
oly one nlatcht:l tis year. while ,olo- men as Howard of Northwestern,! the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214t, and your want ad FRRN
111011 is lltlefeaf ed ill four meets. (1 llninwll of Ohio State, Schoolfield, will be charged.
of ndana a~ Cnlck f lhllos, TheMihign-aiyrsevesth0rihtto P1 RNT--Front room for lady or
E(poaich IKeen1lexpects Ruibini, lCreev f ninad Cn ko Ilni, clasiy sll wants ads lunder apprc priate head ;- I geleman, 2with n1calS if desiredl.
1 15 ?)ounder, to wrestle in fthe fly-Ile has proved lhimself one of the ; ngs and to rev ise or withhold objectionable p22 akla'ld Ave. 112-113-114t
weight (divisions, while Nagellkik. who! best. 145 pounders in the Big Ten. coy-:,i This column closes at 3 P'.At. date preced.
wn,1 both of the hlatchies ill the 1254,. Captain D~onahoce 'will defend the ing pul-.lication. Notice of ally error moust be I FOR REN";T-Sing le ;rom at 825 Es
pound1( division in ,'hi{II lhe collipeted ! title whlich1 le 'won last year by (le-! given in time for the second insertion, Un "Vivesity temhet 114
011 the Iower trip, wvill Wrestle inl the; feating Gratton, Iowa Olympic star, 1' CASH RATES ___________________________St____a__
feathlerweight class.i in tihe 158 pound1( class. Despite Ihis ;Tenl cents per reading line (On the basis of
i=five aver age words to the line) for one j~r two NOTICE
W;atson, Michiganl's n(' eatedi135 # defeat at the hands of Geis of Illinois i nsertions., -
pc~und star whlo has scored 28 p~oints! last Saturday, Donalhoe is expected I Nine .rents per reading iine for three or moreill,,ALTHf Begins wlien you phonle
in igt .laclcs ~h~j eaon alpersto ak tq idto etin is, 428 C M Gibson, Chiropractor, 3
:tl ightmatces his easo, apear to ake ~ srongbid o rtail Ill Cser lssiesreceived at the Daiiy office 84.C.M
to have a. good chan~ce to win the i honors again this year. -Tile Iliclligan inil The Press Building an AMaynard Street. Wuev th Arcade. tuep-thiurs-sat-ti
,lghtweighnt title from Captain Easter captain was not at hlis;best last wveek CONTRACT RATES
of 1linnesota, the present Big Ten and it is believed thmat he can defeat i Special * tnadzdrtsgvno ppiaFOILcneine pe n aifc
champion. Tile Wolverine star has de- Geis. if h lileets him at Chicago. lion. tidriedrtsgvnonapia oveience, o11tspedand aiser
- loate tIQl, ___ leaed ues-thur-sat
NOIC-atlene aj blocked.
FOR SALE--Garage buildingloae All kinds of shoes cleausl, dyed and
Mens1o Linlcoln1 Ave. Must ibe mloved repaired. Satlsfactioui,,4uarraiteed.
M nsat once. Dial 5518. 113-114-115 ANN ARBOR SHO01, 25 F. Liberty.
Guaranteed No-Rip Athletic Union Suits FOR AL-Oe--Tutes.-Thurs.-_____________at.__
Full Cut - Full Size Conn. Used only three months, Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-214
Call 6988. 112-113-114 DtotS.Le sd ormimeo-
98c TYPEStRITERSA1Io makes, sold,_graphing and typewriting. First-
White Broadcloth Shirts rented, exchanged, cleaned,rpar- pcs w. uik S ervce8Loes
1ed. Largest and best stock to prices. Dialues-tur-Sa
Collar Attached. tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL,-ctustr-t
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal- , tdadHi JO)hsgvnecl
98c r hn 65 .C mt o- ln service for 17 years. A visit
ona Typewriters, Inc. tf wili convilice you of our efficiency',
The A n Aror _ __OR__ SALE_____- dl) N. University. ,tues-thur-sat
DhA nA brIry Goods, Company _-___FRSAE--I~~n -yx~Faent
All mnakes of typewriters for sale or pictures and inligles. Ann Arbor's
13 16 South Main' St. rent. Excellent machines at rea- only professional picture framer.
sonable prices, for rent. Prompt 306 S. State St. J. 13. Saunders.
. ( ~~repairing by experienced workmen. t-l-u


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2 ~ THE
-,. ILunceon,11.30--1:30
Dinner, 5:30-7:00
- Special Parties by Arrangement.
Phone 9646 205 South State St.

Courteous service. Aulta Brand
Ribbons and Carbons. Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State Street.
sun-tnucs-thu rs-tf
WANTED-- Upperclassman desires
room-mate. Steam-heat, shower,
bath. Reasonable. Call Hartmann,
8680. Golz Apts. 113-114-115
WANTED-Two aggressive young
men working their way through
college to sell an easy selling prop-
osition that's known to tihe students
in Ann Ardor. Address D. SUSS-
MAN, 4124 Woodward Ave., Detroit,
Mich. 112-113-114
WANTED-Collete man *or woman
for help at Foster's Tea Room.
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old
shits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
WANTED-Students who like good
hot BARBECUES, to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.j
BARlIBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
-c-Tues.-Thurs.- Sat...
10 ST
LOST-Inlaid oriental cigarette case,
last Sunday. Reward.- Call Stew-
art Hooker. Phonme 4841..

We are having a big sale on the
novelty instrument. Come in amnd see
tf University Music House.
Students'. Save Momney'.. Buy a used
typewriter and type your own thesis.
Phone Landis, 3489. wed-tbour-sat-tus
NOTICE---Hear the new Orthopoflie
Victor Record of "I ma Little Bit
Fonder of You." By Warnings
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, be; interested.
fCall and see them.
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure ;the best qual-
Ity at a moderate price:'. 0.D. M OR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phones
6615. Dealer: L. C. 'Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tf

The Whit ele
Phone 8191
Prompt Delivery
Special Daily Luncheon
Special Daily Dinner
Chicken Dinner Sunday
1204 South University


ave thenm from'° a ten-cent
to a miniature 'grand piano

LOST-Black and white silk plaid
scarf in Lit Building, Monday
morning. Finder please call 6193.
LOST-Pear'l necklace, (diamond set
clasp. E. Johnson. Phone 3743.j
ILOST-Rider fountain pen, Saturday,
in or near Natural Science build-
ing. Reward if returned to C. C.
H-ostrtup, 609 East William. Phone
5779. 114
LOST-Alpha j1ho Chi pin. Name,
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.
LOST-Green-edged leather 4ia~nd bag.
Near St. Joseph's, Hospital. Re-
ward. Dial 116 and call 715F14.
LOST-Gold bracelet with black
scroll engraving, probably between.
new Medical Building and Hilt
Auditorium. Reward. Box 166.

University Music House.
you can have a two pa~ng suit built
to your measure for $37.50? Spring
styles now ready. T. B. LYONS,
Williams at Maynard. tf
TYPE WRITING and Mimeogralim-
Ing promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at m~od-
crate rates. Thesis fand college
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tr
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. tf
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tt
TO SEE best of 60 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf

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Be Put On Sale With The Others At
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