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IASIIINUTON, March 15.--Wearing a i' ir da vI te, tli'ma fcsporto
~el tan and hr:; usual smile Wal- siaEdingwinterdramathf splomt".r
, ohnson, veteraof the "Washing- llrwin Wdthe schdaoavatcrle
ball club, had miuch, choice gossip;ods ne ie ,flowgth
night on -what the big leuggue I>o''"fosep ftemnh
'a~~~~~~~~ ardiga lriatann 1' smve conqured, 1Paavo iN urn.
ips, bhut little to say -about the in- ~ Brtr,'' oswnsacp
rd leg that forced his return ome. al aktbtenslstl ek
he ace of the 'Senators' pitching 1ocry o rnes timhn
ffeels almost to the point'of cer- streak in the Ameriani inor tennis
ty that "Bucky" Harris' team "will h amioi si ls.j
up there fighting for the fla~ilr Ten,.on hpe n
le present indications pointato leo [cuwo chpran
ist of the opposition coing from Ipiilst, i con fident. of using the rg-
gd New Ze landr, Ton Ilfeeny ,is a
laelhia." steppng, stone to hecavyweight prom-
etroit will be 'in the front rank
,ewhtere, too, he said, but Now The personality of these invaders
l hasn't mauch of a chance to finish caries nearly as much apeal as their;
two: He doeisn't'think the Yan- aiity. Wide, although less taciturn,
iwill be able to get away to the 'is of the same mild mannered mold
rIwind start they muade last year. as Nurmii, but Borotra, flashing colorj
y" Cobb, last season's pilot of thewih vey oudadacngiu
rwit Johnsonobelievesawillt"either
?rs Jonso beievs wll eitersmile, has captured American tennis j
m or break Philadelphia. Fight- fancy as has no figure since "Many"
spirit is what Philadelphia needs", McLaughlin, the California "Comet."
dded, and if Cobb "doesn't give it Coleno's picturesque style and "cave-
hem, they won't be able to get it man" build, has put him in the same
where else and a team can't Win a class as the giant Argentine, Luis
pant "without spirit:" Firpo as a fstic attraction.1
hnson expects much from "ris" Of the three, Wide faces probably'
ltker and declared the former TI- the steepest odds just now. In his
imanager would add a lot to the first big test this Thursday at Madi-
shington team. son Square Garden the fleet-footed
only saw Tris play 'once in a Swede will toe the mark for a onej
shington unifo, but there's mile race against Lloyd Hahn, the1
ity of baseball there yet," he said. American champion; and several other
( p 1C 'home bred stars.
IERSCHOLASTIC MEET It is the biggest foot race of the j
'ENTRY SETS NEW SARK eason. Hahn who has been running
lei 7 consistently around 4:15, seems rightp
{Coninud frm Pge Sx)" for an attack on the world's indoor
(Coninud fom Pge ix) record of 4:12 set by Nurmi in 1925
iac; Central of Flint; Dearborn; and equalled the same year by Joi
idotte; Port Huron; River Rouge Ray.
Ann Arbor.' The chunky Nebraskan has beenI
'alte of Toledo 'which finished in a made a strong favorite. In several
for fifth last year, has the largest- exhibitions Wide has not shown
-y list for Saturday's meet with Nurmi's ability to adapt himself to the
nen slated, to compete. Froebel of sharply banked board track (urns,
y which only took one point last but he has improved steadily.
;o has a squad of 16 entered while Wide came here with the prompted
y of Toledo has named 17 men standing because of two triumphs over
the meet. Other large entries in- Nurni at Berlin last fall.
e Kalamazoo Central and Flint: If Hahn defeats Wide it will be the!
tral with 20 men each while D- biggest feather in America's intena- j
tNorthwestern, last year's winner tio'nal cap since 1908 when fearless
selected 17 men to take part Sat- Mel Sheppard won the 1500 meter race
ay. at London, the Olympic equivalent of'
'hile Northwestern will be one of i the mile. No American since then
favorites for first place honors( has won an Olympic race longer thanj
n this year, the Colts will prob- 800 meters.I
; face some extremely stiff com- Hahn is the first American miler -
tion in several of the out of state( since the heyday of John Paul Jones,
ols which have entered large Norman Taber, Abel Kiziat, and, later r
ads. Several of the Michigan en- Girad, capable of breaking or flirting
its, including Kalamazoo and thei with the world record time.
roit schools, are expected to make___________
11 ~h<w ,gwhil. An .Arbor is IBOXERS DEFEATED1
resented with a promising team IN T LE M TC S
spring.IN 'ITL MAICE
fONICH IS SUSPENDED Coach Sullivan's boxing team coin-!
iR BREAKIN CONTRA CT. 1)osed of five freshmen and one sopho
more, made a very good showing in
Ithe state amateur boxing tournament
(' Associated lrc~s)II at Grand Rapids last week, two of the
?HIILAD LPHIA, March 15- Joe boxers reaching the final and one the
ionich, Butte, Mont., boxer, whol semi-final round.
>ae eeLto dl' etr The team lost only one bout to any-
ight champion, in Chicago last l one but the champions of the variousI
k, was suspended by the Penn- classes. Heim, a lightweight, lost byj
vania athletic commission rester- decision to the champion of his class
runtil lie fulfills his contract with in one of the closest bouts of the tour-
Arena A. A. of this city. ney.

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EIf you are a telephone subscriber call jimie
the Ad-'faker, Dial 121z4, and your want ad
will be charged.
The Mfchigan Daily reserves thec right to
classify all wants ads undelr apprc priate head-
rngs and to revise or withhold objectionable
copy.
This column clones at 3 1'. M. date preced-
ing puHiication. Notice of any error must beI
given in time for the second irtsertion.
CASH RATES
Ten cents per readting line (on the barsis of
five average words to the line) for one sj tw~o3
insert ions.
Nine .eints per reading !ine for three or; mrore
insertions.
Cass classifieds received at the Dairy office
in TIhe iPress Bunilding on \,aymmard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
S;Special standardized rates given i picIa"
f ton
FOR SAM,'
FOR SALE-Violins, oi1y old, one
new. One oW - viola, one1 guitar.
Cheap. Phone 4743. 119
FOR SALE-Five goodi des.ks and
one double deck bied. Call Mr a. Day,
617. 119-120
All makes of typewriters for sale or
rent. Excellent inachines at rea-
sonable- prices, for rent. Prompt
repairing by experienced workmen.
Courteouls service. Aulta Brand
Ribbons andl Carbons. Rider's Peii
Shop, 315 State Street.
sutn-tuzes-thars-t[
FOR SALE-Antiqfue D~avenp~ort (165
years old1) newly refinished and 1up)-
holstered. Phone 3084. 113-119-120
FOR SALE-Smiall unique tea room.
Just ffo camnpus. Very 'reasonably
priced. Call 9339. 11<8-119-120
FOR SALE-House, five rooms, two
blocks east camlpus. U~nder $5,000.
1342 Volland. Phone 9692.
1,16-117-113-119-120-121

:O'I'L-l lear the nw:Orthoponic
Iict'('eord of "1111a Little Bit
I ' finder ofYou." By \Warrings
Pensylaninsat Schaeberle &
'Sonl Mus1ic iou se, 110 So, Main. tf'
Students! Saeve Money! Bu1y a used
typewriter and typ~e your owu thesis.
Phond Landis 3489). v el-thtir-sat-his
SUITS AND OY.1§'.I COATS--Very recs-
titable liraCee' 1;P tntre' 1' 1(idy
made. We have a Lt Cihtderfu I Liol-
ety of pattonics. !he:airingit .o, a
specialty. Ilw=tj iiIl ibrs jfor your
wintter overcoat.
WILD )THF I'lTAY[A)ft
109 Ei. Wa.shigtLon
Phone 5L069
c Wed-Fri-Sat
TYLPEWRITERI JlAi8OZ'S AM)b
CARBONS
I Our rapid turnover insures It fresb
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0. I). MOlR-
RILLT, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
C615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
-Typelwriters, Inc. A tt
Spc<ial price 'of $15 wvll tlrc-2
nionths to pay.

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TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchangefl, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, LA. C. Smith & Cor-
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WANTED)
EWANTED--By colored cook, position
in fraternity or sorority. Excellent
Ecook. Experieonced. Phone 21530.
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WANTlED-Cook and helper for boys'1
summer camp. One' with fraternity
experience preferr-ed. Apply 1520)
Morton Ave. 119-120
WANTED--Student to sell ntew style,
kfast-selling, laundry cases. Call
Mr. Day, 6717. 119-120
SITUATrION WANTED - First-class
chef with references wishes posi-
tion with fraternity. Phone 5468.
113-119-120
WNTED STUDENTS know that
Saitopays from i$ to Z25for olai
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DrAiL4,3(6

Recent arrivals Hfake the assort-
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W1IY \VEAR -l',lAI)Y MADES" when
you call have a two pant suit built
to your' measure for $37.30? Spring
styles nowe readly. 'T. B. LYONS,
Williams at Maynard. tf
TYI'EWIlT~lNV and 311in cog r1p..
ing promptly and' neatly (one
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates. Thesis and college
wvork a specialty for 19 years. 0.
D. Morrill, ' 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter andl Statfonery Store. t'
% GUITAR SPECIAL .
A good relihtble instrument for only
$11.00. Just the thing for music in
your room.
University Mn sic House.
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NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. hone
6513. daly-t
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washingto.. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to :$30. t
NOTICE
The following list of cars has been
p~ut into first class running codition
antd the prices asked are in many
cases much lower, tharn tile value
given. A car for every purse and
ever'y car worth the money. Read
each ad., come in, pick out your car
andl 'rive it home.
OVER~LAND Touring, P2~, in excel-
lent condition. Price,' 1165.00
OVERLAND Touring, 132. This car
is a very good buy for the price
asked. H-as good tires and is in
A-1 shape. Price, $12,00.
FORD Touring, 1024, price $90.00.
FORD Coupe, 1925. Price $185.00.
MAXWELL Touring, 19124. This car
is in very fine shape and has bal-
loon tires and many extras. Price
$150.00.
FORD C;oupe, 1925. Price $195.00.
FORD Roadstr, 1924. Price $110.00.
FORD Touring, 1925.- Price $130.00.
FORD Roadster, 1925. Price $125.00.
FORD Roadster, 1924. Price $90.00.
FORD Touring, 1925., Price $150.00.
FORD'Coupe, 1925. Price $18500.
FORD Touring, 1924. Price $90.00.
FORD Tudors. Three 1926's pricel
from $335 to $365.
FORD Coupe, 1926. Improved model.
Price $265.
FORtD Roadster, 1925. Price $125.00.
FORD TRUCKS-
FORD Truck chassis,. 1925. Price
$125.
FORD Pickup, 1925. Price $120.
FORD Truck, 1923 body and cab.
Warford transmission. Price $150.
FORD Truck, 1925, body' and cab In
excellent condition. Price $125.
J FORD Truck chassis, 1926. Price
$160.
FORD Truck, 1926, has body, cab and
Olson frame extension. This is a
real buy. Price $425.
COME in and look these cars over.
The very one you want is here.
Talk to Mr. Gauss. Phone 4229.
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
310-320 E. Huron St.

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Original new Spring patterns will be
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MR. JERRY OAN
Thursday, March 17th, at Hotel Allenel.
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pLOST-Silver fountain p~en. Initials
"A,. C." Reward. Phone 3G51.
' 119
LOST-Pair of shell-rimmed glasses,
Saturday night. Not in a case.
Call 8637. Reward. 113-119
fLOST-Near Dental building, pair of
brown shell rim glasses in leather
case. Call Dr. Hadley, 8723.
117-118-119

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FORL DENT
FQR RENT-Suite . for two girls.
Nice, light. rooms, well furnished
and heated. *Phone 21241.
118-119-120
1 FOR RENT-Large house at 1003 E.
Huron, suitable , for fraternity or,
sorority. Large dining room and
ample kitchen. Running water in
every room. Apply to G. H. Chubb.
Dial 5672 or 5772. 117-118-119
NOTICE
INOTICE-Will person who found D.
Sew's slide rule, please call 7247.
119 -120-12 1
N 'e«-s Letters anti College Printing.
Prices and service right.
Dlavis & -Ohlinger, Promipt Printers
109-111 E. Wash. St. Dial 8132
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NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher man-
dolin, banjos, guitar, chord con-
struction. Dial 4757.
Wed., Fri., Sun., tf
Trojan ow sk!Is Barber Shop has sat-
isfied Students for 40 years.
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Five BILLIARD ROO003e12
' Fivetables. Satisfactoryrae.
'Also cigars, tobaccos, candy and ice
cream. Johnston Brothers. 514 East
William. fri-sun-wed
GIBSON MIANBOLIN
Just two left to sell at $27.50. Reg-
ular price, $45.00. A fine buying op-
portunlity to a musician knowing
I1 Gison stand~ard.

"Hey, there! Aren't youa friend'
of mine ?"
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in the world for you. .Yes, any,.
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