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SATUJIDAY, MAR~CH 12, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

U Afl J(J[RA[ Tennis Suad Holds' CARDINAL BOSS ? Illinois Trackmen Have Captured Sev en
'MAIJORUII G A cie Sson HAS TROUBLES Ido it~es3 Miichigan Ranks Second: THIS
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the Varsity tennis squad has moved
to the cutdoor concrete courts of
'Furry in011 here practice has been

- fr, OX e ARE Ii, HARD helm during the past week.< C-
- The squad of net men including Cp
1,?;" n. Moore, Stephens, Gold-;
$3 .~ue~S~ic ~xz t :u, Too ves, O'B~rien, Algyer, and
Wpith ighist W matgers filling F'ini>emnan have b~een working daily
(-i;It o0\V joba aud w:1l1 ten or more; in pi .ltice games. Barton, a sopho-
baseball -tars> fighst ing against the ' x ,INho Coakch Iiutchins hopes to~
clubs they p)layec:d with in former :de lop into a regular,- has been un-
years, the 1927 pennant race rom-a1ble t:, practice because of conflict-]
ises to be one of the most intereosting lug track competition. Barton is a
that the major leagues have yet ex-j quarter miler on Coach Steve Far-
perienced. rell's track team and is expected to.
AttiiznntnA "uf-' tart i.this eent tthe indoor_ ,__ .11 . _I

five of the schlooLs have wtou a chail- 198-- ihian......... 6
1919- -Mieligall.................36 ~
p~ionship) and in the previous li mcct ,i192-- Illinois .................. 1 j
Coach Harry (ull's truickmcu h1ave-ccar- 1921---1iliois.................415
ried away major honor-. evens: ines I 22-Il.inois ...................44 'ks
Although Michi°" n. v:as out or the! 19?23--Mihgn............. .4
Conlferce ~ountil thte mleetof :1918,:1924---Illinois .........zr
thus participaf ig only lnine hoe m i 1.x:!5---Milligain.................2
the indoor test. Coach Farrell";'s Wl1- I926--Io0wa................... 24 1-3

refusing to report, and disagreement Conference meet at Evanston tonight.
In the camps are only a few of the" However, it is possible that he will
troubles that confront the new pi- begin practice on the courts soon. ;
lots, and unless something is done Coach Hutchins will conduct al
to restore order in the near future roundl robin tournament for all can-I
those in question will bear more of a didates as soon as they round into)I
resemblance to Ben 1-ur than to Casey condition. This competition wil deter-
at the Bat.? mine the regular team. Attention is
Without dloubt Ray Schalk, the new-j now concentrated on the preliminary!
ly appointed managel- of the Chi- tilts with Michigan State, and the
cago White Sox, has the most to over- Detroit and Toledo Athletic* clubs.
come. It is not so much the fact that 1 After thees contests will follow dual
Johnny Mostil, his star center fielder, meets with Conference schools and'.
attempted suicide, as the recoil that the season will end with the Confer-
he must combat now that the act is ence meet which is held at Chicago,
done. Just what the psychological ef- May 27 and 28.
fecton the teamn will be is a question.
Several years ago the Cleveland In- ATLANTA. - Bobby Jones has a,
dians were faced with a somewhat ringer score of 47 on his home course'
,imilar situation. Near the end of -here
the race Cleveland had a command-
ing lead and looked as though they
were "in." Then Carl Mays uncorked
one of his famous "bean balls", with ENJOY Y(C
the result that Ray Chapman,' the In-
dian shortstop was killed, and Cleve- Here a restaur ant wxhere
land immediately went into a terrific meal with the assurance that the
stump that nearly robbed themr of our customers deserve only the b
the pennant. will convince you.
Of course Schalk is fortunate in that A
the season is not yet begun, but it is Ann Arbor'
/quite likely that the team will not re215 South
cover from Mostil's unexplained act
for some time. ______
O'Farrell Has Difficulties -1.7 _...,.._ ..._.. .
Bob O'Farrell, who succeeds Rogers
Hiornsby as leader of the world's A
champion Cardinals, also has troubles.As
Not only has he lost the power of
Hornsby's bat, but Tommy Thevenow, DE/
shortstop, refuses to report and threat-
ens to quit baseball. The Cardinalr
team, on paper, is at best. none too ARTISTS'
- strong, and the St. Louis management OIL COLORS

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ver-fies have xvou tic title. foul'[tames
to hold econd lpuace inI tha e- C~i(lS,"
,;nst a notch ahead of (2-hW ago lxhlich3
has vvon three tunes. In t__i_ year
,tretch that 4Michigaii has been bc
in the Conference, only Iowa has -
broken into the win colun, Illionis
and Mijchigaln dividing thce other eight. kI
first place hlonor;. Iowva's victory
came last year.
Iii several of the meets, wvinne rs
have scored more than 40 loints but,
in the last fexy years the tendency
has been for less than 25 ploinits to
deter mine the winner with but few
points or fractions of points difference
between the outstanding co-ptenlers.
The former winners and their points-
follow:{
Year. Team Points
1911-Chicago.........3(i
1912-Illinois...............31
1913-WNisconsin ...............33/¢
1914-Illinois..................36
1915-Chicago....... .371/4

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Successor to Rogers Hornsby as
manager of the St. Louis Cardinals;
Iworld's champions. who is having hisl
shara of troubles ~c assuming ac-
tive direction of the team at the springI
training ca mp. M1is chief worry is the
holding out of Tommy Thevenow, bril-
liant short stole, who has refused

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Plain ends, per doz. $1.003
Rubbe~r m4d, per a4:. 1.20

rIf you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie {
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged.
The INchigan Daily' reserves the right to
classify JIxwa.nts ads Under appropriate headt-
,ingsr and to revise or withhold objectionable
tCopy.
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CONTRACT RATES
Sp;-cial standardized rates given oft applica-
tion.
FUD-Pu rple scarf wt eini
one corner, in Angell Hall. Call
,Joseph Q. Chamberlin. 8117 Kappa
Sigma Country Club Lodge. Do not
}call b~etore eight in t he mnorning.
115-116-117
F01i SALE
FOR SALE-Police puppies by im=
portedl sire, eligible to registration.
Price reasonable. 429 South Divis-
ion. 116-117-118
FOR SALE-1922 Ford Coupe in good
condition. New bands. Two new
I tires. Reasonable. Call Bell 21118.
! ~116-117-1181
IFOR SALE-House, five rooms, two
! blocks east campus. Under $5,000.
1 1342 Volland. Phone 9692.
{ w 116-117-118-119-120-121'
ITYPEWRITEiRS-All makes, sold,
rented, ,exchanged, cleaned, repair-
e.Largest ani best stock to be ob-
I taimed anywhere. 0Q. D. MORLRILL,
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HE A T l'11Begins wh en Nyou phone
j 428. C. M'. Gih.-on, (Chiropractor, :15
E Wiut llli Are-ade. tiie,-,ilurs- -sat-tf
F(11 colvernience, tspeed acidt satisfac-
ion, visit 'r'ro4,wiskis Barber
Silop. tues-thur-sat
N ()TICl, --Hats cleaned amd blocked.
All kinds of shioes cleanid, dyed and
repa i red. Sat1isfact ion gruaraniteed.
Ann Arbor Mimneograph ig shop-Zil
Detroit St. Let us (do your mnlmeo-
1graphing and typewriting. itrst-
!class work. Quick service. Lowiest
prices. Dial 8683. '
c-tues-thur-.Sat
Stoddard Hair Shop has given excel-
lent service for 17 years. A yisit
will convince you of our efficiency,
709 N. University. tines-thur-sat
DANCING Every Saturday night, Dix-
ora. 5 miles out Broadway on
bow Plymouth paved road. fri-sat-tf,
We are having a big sale on the
novelty instrument. Corte in and se
them.
tf University ?Music Hous e.

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Americas Peucil Co., 215 Fifth Ave., N. Y.
' MFkers of UIQUE T.-? r Leafi
Colored I'eic is in 12 colors-$ 1.00 per doz.

termns offered to him by the Cardinal
mianagement.
)UR FOOD
you can conic and enjoy a good
food is the best. We believe that
best in food anid service. A visit I
Restaur ant 1
iMain St.
for 1,
MOE
ARTISTS'
OILS and VAI'NISHIES
Academic
Water Colors
Schuool Water Color Boxes
Show Card Colors
Pastel Boards
ZEL'S
Liberty
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HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
AT FAIR PRICES

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savory roasts, tender steaks, and good chops, priced

cannot afford to have. dissension after
the season starts, let alone before. J
All is not woe in the majors, how-
ever. Detroit, one of the most power-
ful, and incidentally, one of the poor-
est managed teams in the league last
year, has signed Moriarty as a pilot,
end he has had nothing to compete
wvithi but verzealousness on the part
Of his men. Moriarty believes in let-
ting the men play baseball, and does.
not require them to look toward the
bench every time the opposing bats-
man has a fly on his nose. If this
Detroit will probably be a pennant
contender.
Miller Huggins, too, seems to have
a spring of enpoymnent ahead of him.'
after a winter of cares. The faifu-re of
Babe Ruth to sign, Joe Dugan's con-
temiplated vacation, and a, general re-
bellion in the pitching department,
had the midget manager on his feet
during most of the cold weather, but
finally everyone reported, and prac-
tice is running smoothly
Roush Refuses To Sign
However, his arch opponent, John
J. McGraw, still is on. the verge of a
nervous breakdown, due to the failure
of Eddie Roush to sign a contract. It
stems that Roush was tendered a
three year contract at $18,000 a year,
and returned the paper with the sug-
gestion that it be tendered to the bat
boy or peanut vender. Mr. McGraw
replied that either would be more val-
uable to the Giants in New York~ than
Roush would be at home, and thus3
tlhe matter stands. However, it is free-I
ly predicted that Mr. Roush will play
enuter field for New York on April
1-4.
The other four initiates to major
league managing seem to be coming
along swimmingly, with no complaints
from the athletes except about sore
mnuscles and food, and they are all
awaiting the bell for the start of the
season.
WASHINGTON -- Grange,' French
chiampion, defeated Hagenlacher in an
18.2 balkline billiard game.
AT THE DETROIT THEATERS
Shuberi-Lafayette Theatre
Fin al Week in Detroit
TH-E WORLD'S GREATEST
PICTURE
What "Price.Glor y
Ntights, 50c, to $1.50; Daily Matinees
50c. to $1. All Seats reserved
Ronstellie Playhouse
('tN'IN4G IOLLOCK'S
"THE ENEMY"
ANights, 74c to $1l.50
MATINEES'
lii.,Tlhurs., ,Sat., "e-c.h
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Canvas Boards
Artists' Brushes
Academy Boards .
Artists' Canvas
Drawlp, Inks
Enamelit
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like GEELL'S.
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WANTED-Students who like good
hot BARBIECUES to know we de-
liver between 3:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tins.-Thurs.-Sat.
WANTED-Unfurnished rooms for
housekeeping, by student and, wife.
Occupancy before May ,1. Box 167.
115-116
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to $24 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 El. ANN DIAL 4306

223 North Main St.

lPhone 4208

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FIRST METHODIST
Corner State anid Wash. Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D. D., Minister
Parley C. Binghamn, Associate
Minister and Student Director.
Miss Margaret Stair,
Student Director.
10:30 A. M. -Sermon: "Jesus'
Struggle for the Spiritual."
12:00 A. M.-Bible classes at Wes-
ley Hall.
6:00 P. M.-Wbsleyan Guild de-
votional meeting led by How-
ard McClusky. Tphe Cosmo-
politan Club members wvil be
our guests..-
7:30 P. M.-Sermon: "Life's In-
vestment." Pulpit editorial
by Mayor Campbell. "What a
Citizen Can Do For His City."

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
It. Edward Sayles, Minister
.HDoward It. CI lumn, Minister for
Students
10:45- - Morning worship. Mr.
Sayles speaks. Topic: "Dove
Coutrasted."1 (Second in series
on I Corinth. 13).
12 :00-Church Sunday school.
Students meet at same time
at Guild House.
D~r. Waterman and Mr. Chap-
man leadtw xo groups.
I5:30-Friendship Hour at Guild
hlouse.
G : 30----Discussion on Sherwood
Eddy's View of Christianit y.
Led by Miss Gertrude Mitch-
ell. Mrs. Jolhn McGregor will
speak on : "A SpiritualI Lab.,
orat ory."~

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner iluron and Division Sts.
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Lewis C. Relman
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretaries for Students.
9:30-Student Class led by Prof.
A. R. Morris.
10 :45-'he Mysteries of Rell-
gien."1
12:0(0--Open Foruim for student.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:.30-Young People's Society
meeting.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
' 1Tijrjjert A. Jump, Minister
Ifelen ltanmstly, Student lDirector
10:45-Morning worship.
5:30-Student discussion hour.
8:00-Motion picture service.

LOST-Will the person, who got thel
wrong coat at the Phi Rho Sigmai
dance, Saturday, please return it
to H. P. Cristy at 426 N. Ingalls.
116I
LOST-Black shell rimmed glasses
near Dental building. Call 917
Bockoven. 116-117
LOST-Tuesday night, p~ ladies
glove of light tan kid, gauntlet;
style, b)etween Hill Auditorium and
Arcade Theater. Finder please call
Leo Hoff~nan. Phone 8117.
115-116-117
LOST-Near campus, a week ago.
Black rimmed glasses in case.
Finder please call 22464. Reward.,
W. -I. Stephenson, 315 Packax'd.
115-116
LOST-Inlaid oriental ciga.rette case,
last Sunday. -Rewarvl. Call Stew-
art I-ooker. Phone 0~41.
114-115-116
LOST-Alpha Rho Chi pin. Namo,
S. A. ERY ;on the back. Finder
please call 9817. Reward.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
Slate and IfuronSts.
'Jdney S. Robins, minister
jarcel 13, 1927
10: 45 A. M.
Morning Service
"A Religion Based Upon Humilanl
Nature"
(first of two sermons especially
intended~. for students)
5:45 P. M.
Candlelight Supper
6:30
Meeting of Students' Union
Discussion of the topic of the
morning sermon. Open to all.

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division St,
10:30 A. 11.--Regular morning ser-
vice, subject: "Suibstane."
11:45 A. M.--Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45-Wednesday; evening testi-
monial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 and 11
State Savings Bank building, is
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock,
except Sundays and legal holidays.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCHI
Fourth Av e. near Packard St.
G. A. Neumannt, Minister
9: 00 A. M.-Sund$ school.
10 : 00 A. M. - Regular morning
worship. Sermon by pastor:
"Pulpit anid Pewv."
11:00 A. M.-Geirman service.
6:30 R. M. -- Young People's
Leagute.

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ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catberine Streets
Ices. Henry Lewis, Rtector
Rev. T. L. Harris, Assistant
Second Sund:.ty in Lent.
Holy Communion, 8:00 A. M., the
Church; 9:30 A. M., Harris
Hall.f
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer anti
sermon by the Rev. Thomas
L. Harris.
3:.00 P. M.-Student and adult
confirmation class.
6:00 P..1\M.-Student supper and
meeting.
8:00 P. M.--Evening service.
Wednesday of each week:
8:00 A. M. -Holy Communion
(Harris Hall).

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POPS RENT-Suite, reduced rates.
612 Church. 115-116-117
FOR3 RENT=-Apartment, furnished or
unfurnis lied, near camus and
hospital. Possession April 1. Dial

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All complete with Batteries and full complement
of accessories, including a two-ampere, charger.

B'n ai B'rith
HILLEL FOUNDATION
GMi E. University Dial 3779
Sunday, Marcha 13, 1927

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
1 l ashinugton St. and Fifth Av e.
. C. Stelhorn, Pastor
I,
I10:30 A. M.-Morning sermon.

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CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner Hill and Tappan
Kenneth B. Bowen, Pastor
10: 30-Morning worship.

ST.7 PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and Nest Hluron Streets
C. A. BRAUJER, minister.
9:00 A. M,--German service.
10:00 A. M.-Bible Study.

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