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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PREDICTIONS OF 810 TEN BASEBA, LL MlD ConellTrakme
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Brockw iyShatters
396 Targets At N. U.

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'. I'{' 'IemIj( ~ijp freIlce Suff'ers f e ICut e. 1{d owx, teo, (can hit, -ld (( '' i a(19me a" 8ffrd;
IL1 4 lI2 Jndividiiad f B1t I wh n eI are ( 3 ~i~ ii(!e i! <!1g11 .:t it a V 2.v- f to 5 1-4. C or
h1Veeps Bost (Of ine Intact n 4 li it'i dA obeslieejt nl: rvon ei 't of 'the thirteen evc-nts.
fthat. it's a goodl thing he has both, i~ t ('(cI t2 i s place in the high
KAROW BACK AT OHIO0 'Nat urally, a l ot dlependIs on tne fling-;;lump. Tiho Ithacan~s are 5('hebdt( to
By ,hinle ; Sheehan .CIzs, but the samle thing can he sai i(IM(iiali ulme tYs
about any other squad. fict ll hous ll5(I March 26.
31u(gi g Western (Con ference base-! Down atlHimoisCo4ch Lundgren Sal,in ('air, stirt'ole vaulteri of thfe
ball teams before they appear iP1 pub- eesfairly c(onlfidenltthat is teami ' lo 7W ? i tVIPby(l t'Jt
lie is rather a hazardous undertak- Bulogwn i, vasb ern
xng,~~ in aatsohaadu good, if not bettle', thtan any- 13 feet E inlches. Hie Itfailed in anl at-.
not undlertake f thzou that we will oe lses tearn.lie may hie right. tempt to soar over the biar at 14 feet.,
it fr few weeks, yet, iJHowever, tihe Illini az e forced to Densont of Cornell won the two mile;
but preseason guessing always seem gather three new out fielder's ii'Otll the rm i wt. nt'ui hue of h:37. Thlis
to be in order, and taking the teams Htoldo~ver fromt last year, anTd Ithey broke the (lome2(et. 'tom'd in t??e
by their past season performances, miigllt hot be azs ,go.da t hey c(uIld ; zen*titliv 15 :-5 se&, pi(ls. XJerl y of' (to -
with allowances here and there, it is be. knell o itra n Ord way. of Yalei in fl he,
possible to construct some kind of an1 Indiana and P'urdiue have fair fielId-' 440 yard tiash to will in 5)2 2-o:sc
idea on what to expect. itmg clubs, but the old story about Odas sibihiganwda
Tobgni u w oetwpitching creeps out again, and so they meet record.'
M ichigan is som ething of a problem ,; cannot be regarded seriously yet. ;,m iff and C am pilbell of lY ale w e'1 h o s o d a n a g h o g h a o n , n w t a r sl r h s h g o n c r f t e i x e i<c
ineligibility is sure to make a dif- taken full charge, may develop biefore sct n 'eght points, Sth w ,onI1lhe
ference in the team play, and with, the end of the race, and spill a few Ileo run in 4 :32 2ts,, and ran ( secondl
the graduation of Captain Wilson,l of the leaders. In Gubbimn t;the.y have to Benson in the two nnile vent.
Jablonowski, and Walters, Coach Fish- one of the best wrong handedl pitch- (Campbell wti < the vict or in fhe 7 5 yar'dr
er doses five of the men that carried ers in the Co>nfen-ence, but in the past high hurdles, and nla('edl s;coiid in the
the Wolverines to the 192E champion- Ilie has received no support. Eivery- 75 yard low hurdles.
ship. thing has ail en(], though, andi this Conely let urttof njes
IDascacacweleogtomay be his year. composed of M1it('he I, Sprmejmaul, Werly,
hold up the team, as he should be Minnesota, tire school that gets more ; and Coodwillie, ca I ured thie colnciu~d-
able to do, and if Fisher can plith credit and loses more gamnes than al- ing; eve~l(n n the progi an, thle one 11i11c
a little wheat out of the chaff in the most anyone else, also has a new i elay in the exce~ption ally fast time!
pitching department, Michigan has as1 coach. "Potsy" Ciark, the 'famous: of: 3:28 3-5 :seconds. rl-:iis perormance!
good a chance as the rest of them.
Wisconsin ,is sure to be one of theI Illinois football star, was recently also established a new dual meetrs-
strong squads in the race, if for no'sgelt aecag tllslal r.-_____
other reason than that the team re- !1!
mains intact from last year, when
they finish second with the excep-;
tion of third base. Barnum, the l ~ *A id ee
catcher, who competes in three sports-''~~f I~ t
and stars in a like number, will re- AL L kIt
turn for his last year of competition.
Almost the same thing can be said JA' good time to stock up on cthose important, emergency
of Ohio State. The Buckeyes stillI
have Karow and Tarbet playing ball '' requriements.
for thenm, and Coach Fisher regards
them as the outstanding fielders at Cto az
short and in tlhe 'outfield in the Con- j oto andagesGaz

STarget recore s of' the University uAT 3 PME A D'
Second round of competition in of Michigan R. 0. T. C. rule' VE
lhe all-campus foul throwing eonl-, teamli were shatteri'e( last wee
test gets under way, this week' na matchi with Northwesternl when1
anEaltoewh,5sc i M. Brockway, '301 scoried 006 If you art a telephone subscr iber call Jimmie
and ll tose ho ade 5 su- !the Ad-Taker, Dijals21214, and your want ad
made poinits out of a pJossible 400. The best. will 'be charged.
cesskul throws out of 25 qualify., record ever miade on the rifle range The 41:chigana Daily reserves the right to
They are asked to report in here previously was 385 outingascassfd t tvseas udoprwih oldpria he
the Intramural office afternoons from ;lpossible 400. an;o chcorpihhly.jeto~b~
2 to 5.i Helped by this record and th ter' '11his coiumnn cio~es at 3 P. INM. date preced'
The initet'fraternity relays will b)e shooting of unusual calibre, the teami ing pul,liettion. Notice of anyv error must be
y given i time for the second insertion.
run off tonight for the last time in defeated the Northwest erner- lby CASH RATES
the Watermlan gym. score of 3745 to 3540. Ten cents pcr readiing line (oil the b~asis of
fivxe avetciage winds to the line) for one )r two
Natne ~enits per ri'il in p live for three o,' ioltC
qj insertions.
Ca.,;i classifeds ,t teived at the I ),tiiy tfle
iThe P'ress Building oin Maynjard Street.
ii CONTRACT RATES
r:I 1 eia standardized rates given on applica-

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NOTIC E
Ann Arbor Mimeographing" shop-Z14
Detroit St. Let us do your mimeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.

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PRIAM' E thtemn sow-- your Fraternity
tict ures and shinglIt's. Anm Ar-bor's
only pr'ofessionta p ( Iuit'tframer(.
:~l. i. I.~ ate Stlt. 2and ri
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Th'Ie very 1-,a .t tl 1 clo ii.:A P1 Lell I
Afew min ' a t ih voi
to play any f o~ulatr' a;_, . _2a.
tf University M,181 auc
NOTICE-Hear tt~ w Ow rthoponue
Victor Record o1' "Ima Little Bit
Fonder of Yout." I!N Warrings
Pennsylvanians, at Schaubherle&
Son Music Ilouse, IL0 S:). -Main. tU

fressed g entlenm
'dgae. the preeminence
eIso;L sinartness
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FOR SSALE
FOR SALE-Antique D"avemiport (165 _
years old) newly refinishetd andI 1
holster~ed. lPhonte 3081I. 118-1 19-120
FOR SALE --Small uiqutle tea r'ooni.
JIust of'f Packs}.rd. Very reasonably
p~riceds. i 3119339. 1 18-l119-12,}
V0111SA Lit--Police puppies by iu-
ported sive, eligible to registmrat ion.'
P'rice reasontable: 429 South Divis-
ion. 116-117-118i
FOR SALE-1922 Ford Coupe inl good
'oniditioni. New bands. Two new
tir'es. Reasonable. Call Bell 21118.1
116-117-113!
FOR SALE--House, five rooms, two
b~lock: east: campus. iUder $5,000.'
1342 VollantI. Phone 9692.
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-1
tained anywhere. 0. D. MUIIRILL1,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smtith & Cor-
ona Typewriters, lInc. tr

NOTICE--T ie new Roy)2al Portables
are now on display, -at Rider's Pen
Shop, '315 State St. A, wonderful
machine. You will ,be: interested.
Call atnd see them..
TYPE 1141 rE It RIBBONS AND)
Our rapid turtiover Iisures & rs
stock and you secure 'the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0. D". MOl-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
16615. Dealer: L. C. St Jah & Coroa
Typewriters, Inc. t[
{ BIRD CALL
Song whistles and numerous other
Emusical novelties. 'University Music
House. tf

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FortyDolrt
'or Interesting Booklet
"ON IAT in LITERATURE"
tsou Compainy, PkiadpIa

Antiseptics, Etc.

Let Us Repair Your
Typewriter
Good Workmanship
Reasonable Prices
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SITUATION WANTED - First-class I
chef withi' referenices wishes posi-
tion with fraternity. Phone 5468. r
118-119-120
WANTED-By woman student. Room
ini return for services. Box 168.
I118
WANTEtD-Students who like good-
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.'
BARBECUE INN Dial 4481.1
c-Tnues.-Thurs.-Sat.-
WANTED STUDENTS t~o know that
,anit pays from $5 to X25 'for old
salts and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL .4306
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WHlY WEAR "READY MADRES" when
you can have a two pant suit built.
to your measure for $37::0? Spring
styles now, ready. rl-B. LYONS,
Williams at Maynard. tf
TYPE WRITING' and Mimeograpih.
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
ORCHlE STRA MUSIC
Leaders, come in and look over ours
hate numbers. University Music
house. '
NOTICE--Typing, tbesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Work. Rugs Shampooed. Phone,
0513. daily-tt
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to' $30. tt

To Make Possible a Reorganization of Our System, We Are Going to Continue This Sale a Short
Time Longer. We Intend to go in More Intensively for SOX and TIES-and in Order to do so
We Will Have to Dispose of Most of the Stock oan Hand. This Consists of a Great Number of
SPRING SOX,. TIES and. GOLF HOSE!
UA AiT ' S " RC
CAPS, $1.98 SLICKERS, $3.98 - SHIRTS $1 69 up

LOST-Pair of shell-rimmed glasses,
Saturday night. Not in a case.
Call 8637. RewardI. 118-1.9
jLOST-Near Dental building, pair of
brown shell rim glasses in leather
jcase. Call Dr. H-adley, 8723.
117-118-119
LOST-Alpha Rho Clii pin. Name,
IS. A. ERY on the back. Finder
lease call 9817. Reward."

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FOR REFIT
FOR RENT-Suite for two girls.
Nice, light rooms, well furnished
and heated. Phone 21241.

All makes and types.

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118-119-120 good running condition. , Prices rea-

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$2 at our Pie

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FOR RENT-Largem house at 1003 E.
Huron, suitable for fraternity or
sorority. Large dining room and
ample kitchen. Running water in
every room. Apply to G. 11. Chubb.
Dial 5672 or 5772. 117-118-119
NOTICE
Students! Save Money! Buy a "used
typewriter and type your own thesis.
Phone Landis 3489. wed-thur-sat-tus
HEALTH Begins when you phone
8428. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 35
! Wue'rth Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tf
FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
tion, visit' Trojnowskis Barber
Shop. tues-thur-sat
NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ANN ARBOR SHIOP, 625 E. Liberty.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
Stoddard Bair Shop has given excel-
1lcut service for 17 years. A visit
will convince you of our efficiency,
709 N. Uniiversity. tues-thur-sat

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sonable. Come down and look these
bargains over.

FORD SALES, & SERVICE
312 East Huron

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