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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN+'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

MAJI HTY Of BIG TE
INLUD!E W"EALTH OF

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fk4 4, ¢, 1 'llla , ho.i ,"e " ,rti Boast Largest
'id anbr ,or' Ltternien
WOL VER1NS HAVS SIX
?ya.v a l of the Conferce coaces
have five or. mote veterans from last
Year's teams aids a nucelus around
which to build the aggregations
which they intend to enter in the race
for the.1927.Big Ten title. First hon-
ors were won by Mchigan last year,
while Wisconsin placed "second.
The 1926 champions have six veter-
ans back this season, despite :the loss
of Edgar and Lang !through ineligi-
bility, and should, prove strong con-
-tenders for the 1927 title. Captain
Pucklewartz and Oosterbaan, out-
fielders; Miller, pitcher; Loos and
Kubicekf in fielders; and Davis, catch-
er, are the lettermen available.
Coach Crsler, ,new !Chicago mentor,
entertains hopes of a strong team with
f11 experienced men on his squad.
This number includes Captain McCon-
nel, Brignal, Price, and Anderson, In-
fielders; MDonough, catcher; Hoer-
ger, and Gordon, outfielders; and
Macklin, Zimmerman, and Marks,
pitchers. His chief. worry is the re-
placement of Grubbins, star hur er
from the 1926 team.
Badgers" Lose HaIters
At Madison Coach bowman is work-
ing with a promising squad of 30 men,
including eight members of the team
that placed second in the title race
last year. Stoll and Hussa, veteran
pitchers, must work off conditions be-
fore they.;will be eligible. Galle and
Jacobson, picers; Captain Barnum,
catcher;,,Masey, Donagan, ,Murphy, and
Doyle, infielders, and Burnbridge out-
fielder, are the others from the 1926
squad. The Badgers will miss the
hitting ability 9f Tangen, Elerman,
and Larson this season.
Indiana boasts seven men from the
1926 team, including Votech, pitch r;
Burks, Bucher, and Laws, catchets;
Captain Tobins and Correl, infield-
ers; -Ray and Derr, outfielders. Coach
Dean must develop two pitchers from
last year's; freshman team to replace
Horde, Becker, and Salmi of last year ""
before the southern trip begins Mar.
31.'
Coaches St. John and Trautman ot
the Buckeye team have seven veterans
around whom they expect. to build
a formidable team. Captain Mackey,
and Fox, catchers; Blanchard, pitch-
er; ,Karow, all-Conference shortstop,
Sommers, and Tressel, infielders;
McLaughlin and Tarbert, outfielders.'
Blink and Ames, pitching stars from
last year's yearling team, McMillin,
Riehl, Kounin, and Torgler, infield-
e rs, are expected to make strong bids
for 'regular positions.
u urple ftriers Retrn
Northwestern has six members of
the 1926 team back, including Lefty
Mills and Palmer, pitchers; Captain
Solheim, 'and Johnson, infielders;
Kempf and Janitz, outfielders. Coach
Maury Kent has three promising re-'
cruit pitchers in Panosh, Heideman
and liellerman.
Coach Otto Vogel is whipping his
Iowa team into condition for its nine
game southern trip. which, begins
April 9. The Hawkeye mentor has five
lettermen from last year's team, Cap-
tain Hoben, McNabb, infielders; Cor-
bin, pitcher; Beardsley, catcher; and
Terry, outfielder.
At.Purdue Coach Lamnbert has taken
charge of the squad now that the
basketball season is over,,and .Wilcox
and Kemmer, infielders; Cooper, a
pitcher ,and Wheeler, outfielder,
joined the squad. Coach Lambert has
five lettermen back this year, Captain
Corydon, catcher; Rabe and Wilcox,
AT THE DETROIT THEATERSI

N Is:BASEB ALLSUDU11 ASWLCT DONAHOE SEEKS THIRD INTERSCHOLASTICLASSIFIE
IINTRAMURAL 6AMES ATONL ITE __OMRR.
DLAIAVLltio freshmen group asketall Nie~zrlv2b high school athletes -reESCOSMU
ji i l. entered n the third annual Mchi2 COSE
[~P[I3INC[III ~iui~iij ga~flO~came o a cloe at Waerman nterscholastic track menet to be held PM A V R ISNAT J
gymnasium last night with the Ohio .ottcdhU~ fi~*~
inneldrsePdckoufiedes;ocxtneambetinfNothestrnforthethaxeeit o lae ntreshroeFr-eceipt_____of___late____entries______from____________
Iand Mdllar ue, pitchers,.hmposipbT soe f1a1.brt, Ind. and Arthur Hill. Saginar,
1IiossuerdmrthnmsofAdams, with two field goals and~ fieWW i i you arc a telephone subscriber call immie' NOTICE
fouls, starred to: the winners, while Z, ienubro shoscoltn Iate dLkr D ai, and yor want ad -_________________
*etesthe other Big Ten schools from loss'es'Getwl to otwl o ot been increased to thirty, will be charged. Nw etr n olg rnig
Gtruhgauainru h ln ae~eenad thedteams led up rth-fol relimiraries in all evens iscX(e't rea , Newsyree'e ~rgh o iicsand service rihti.
thog rdutobt h livlae(jcasiv al wants ads uner alu~ at i ~
ha h :dataeo svrl ek jiIthe hal' mile and mile rins andtidhe ing and to rv.ise or withhrd bcikia~ ~ii ~Oiiger, Prompt Priters
had othdvrianerof eveloweiks low~s: Ohio: Adams, Jackson, Hond relay will be run off tomorrow after-,c1PY~scimic 0-1 L ~s.S il23
rapidly. Captain Kusiuski, catcher; erson, Feldman, and Roth. North- o ry noon beginning at 2:20 o'clock. Fhe ing pblcatin. Nitice ui an v err or ut t eWF
Finn, Hoffman, and Gundach infield- western: Shafer, Shapiro, bovard, finals will begin at 7:30 o'clock to-gven in time for the second insertion.-- ____
er; ndStwat lakan Geewad.pichr;ar te mo0w night. Due to the large num- CASHI RATES Stdentst! Save Money! Buy a used
ers an twrt icer r heBak hdGenwl.Jer o entrants, the relays will be run iTn cents per readig line (n the basis ofr typewriter and type your own thesis.
v'eterans.a Dorn and Reynolds3,basket- lvej C ewul totheJlin}onej Jr two 'te iids349 e-hu-a-u
ball stars, and Shaw have been show- IDlta Alpha Epsilon won the inter ~ t>in~ two divisions. One division wiiil etors
ing good form fn racie trntrbwig caPio hp frombe conmposed tntirely of Detroit t_ tpear~in ~~ tree or in7i~~~
Although, greatly handicapped by 1alleys by taig hre staihry ~schools, while the other will include Cain asetids Sevd t teea;y fc
lacky ofyindoripractcing sace, Coch I" the rest of the entries. A trophy will Cs lsiestcie tteI)a fie ite tdnsfr4)YClS
lack of-lt~d00 practiing spae, Coac 4 I i'the lPress Building o anr tet
Patsy Clark has been working with a matches. - The -first two contests were!1 a . be awarded to the winner of each di- CONTRACT RArES ~sn -wed-fi
large number of Gopher battery can- vr ls u eetdfuigo h iin Special standardized rates given on applica- B1ILLIAI) R OOl
did te u de t e M nn so a ta ium. , lost them for Sigm a C hi. T hleI D etroit N orthw estern w on the m eet I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ F v a l s a i f c o y r t s
Besides Captain Stark, shortstop; 'ining team was composed of Lapp, Caiptain Donahwe last year with a total of 21 points. I' o igrs o rcs, :tayili c
Murray, Wtood, Selnmier, an d Smith. Leader of the Michigan wrestlers The Colts are among the favorites F'OR SALE I 0cgastoco,
Redding, veteran pitcher; 'will be ova- ___ r-u-e
ilable this season, while Albrecht, nd four,"Sualiied for the. finals, for the past season, the mrost asuccess- again this year on account of their -----__ _______
F e m n R g le n B or u , W l o ,-fu ye r t e g pp e s h v ev r ad m r s i e s o ig in the recent D - FOR SA L - Southeast . f9urteen-room W illiam . i, n- e
Frea,,gliBogm icx u ertegapeshv~vr ;ipesesoi house, A-i condition, large lot with jSISADOECASVr es
adPnnrepoiigbteye.IEighteen teams competed in the in-l will try for national and state titles troit city dhaimpionihips. shadeSandDfOuitCtrees,-doubleeaar
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FOR SALE-Oakland Ave. LargeI
lot. Suitable for fraternity or so-
ority. Dial 5502 or 7530.
120-121-1221
FOR SALE-Boxing gloves, regula-
tion size, almost new. Dial 5333'
or 711 'South Division. 120-121-122
FOR SALE-Mlichigan State Police
motorcycles, 1926 models. To be
sold at give-away prices. Orders
taken now to be delivered March
25th. John Maier, First-Liberty
Garage. 120-121-122
FOR SALE-House, five rooms, two
blocks east campus. Under $5,000.
13142 Volland. Phone 9692.
116-117-118-1 19-120-121
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona Typewriters, Inc. tf
WANTED
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to $2 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Pleasant, sunny room
for graduate women students, two
blocks fronm campus. Phone 8006.
120-121122-123
FOR RENT-Three adjoining rooms,
private bath and balcony. May be
used for light housekeeping if de-
sired. 933 Forest Ave. 121-122-123
FOR RENT-Large,, beautiful room
on ground floor, private family.
Phone 7595. Corner Kingsley and
Detroit St. 121-122-123
LOST
LOST-Large size cloth-back note
book, containing Hygiene, History,
Fine Arts, Rhetoric and Political-
pScience notes. Reward. Call Call
Patterson. Phone 4917.
120-121-122
NOTICE
NOTICE-Will person who found D.
Sew's slide rule, please call 7247.
119-120-21
GIBSON MANDOLIN
Just two left to sell at $27.50. Reg--
ular price, $45.00. A fine buying op-
portunity to a musician knowing
Gibson standard.1
IUiversity music House.
tf
NOTICE-Melt Gillespie, teacher man-e
dolin, banjos, guitar, chord con-t
struction. Dial 4757.
te Surem ,. "°O
ICreated by a celebrated F'arisias
Master.i Sponsored by~leading
women of society.A real aeces-
sIty'for all dressy wear-simple' I
practical and extremely beautiful.
Ltus demonstrate it for you"

specialty. Bzeautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAILOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
c Wed-FriSat
DANCING Every Saturday night, Dx-
bora. 5 miles out' Broadway on
new I'lyinouth'paved road. fri-sat-t
NOTICE--h1 ear the new Orthopome
Victor Record of "ima Little Bit
1I onadet' of You." By Warrings
Pennsylvanians,.~at, Schaeberle &
Son Music Ilous, 110 So. Main. tf
NOTICE-The new =Royal Portables
are now bn display att Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State St.o A wonderful
machine. You will. be interested.
Call and see ther.~
T~YPMRI I:R Rl)13ONS AMb
CARBONSV
Our rapid turnover nsires s fresh
stock and you sectire the best tual-
ity at a moderate price. 0. D MOR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. 6Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. +-t
PORTA BLE P lIONkR APil
Special price of '$15 with three
months to pay.
Unilversity Music House.
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WIIY WEAR .$READY-'MADES" when
you can have a two pant suit built
!to your measure for.$37.50? Spring
styles now ready.,,. T. B3. LYONS,
Williams at Maynard. tf
T'YP EWRI TING afnd ,lneogra ph.
1119 promptly,_a . , neatly dne
by experienced operators .at mod
erate rates. Thzess and college
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
D. Morrill; 17 Nickel Arcade, The
Typwriter aid Stationery Store. tf
l IITAR SPECI AL
A goodlreliable instrument for only
$11.00. Just the thing 'for music in
your room.
iiniicrsity 1Music ,hTouse.
tf
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed' at 'popular prices.
Phone 7345. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
865131 tdally-t
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothlg drp
cardto 103 E W ngton. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 tg $0. tf
NOICE
Tihe following li%,t oU ors has been
put into first class running condition
and the prices asked are; in many
cases much lower Cthan the value
given. A car for bvery purse and
every car worth the money. Read
each ad., come in, pick out your car
and drive it home.
OVERLAND Touring, 1925, in excel-
lent condition. Price, $165.00.
OVERLAND Touring, 1924. This car
is a very good buy for the price
asked. Has good tires amd is in
A-i shape. Price, $125.00.
F~ORD Touring, 1924, price $90.00.
FORD Coupe, 1925. Price $185.00.
MAXWELL Touring, 1924. This car
is in very fine shape and has bal-
loon tires and many extras. Price
$150.00.
FORD Coupe, 1925. Price $195.00.
FORD Roadsetr, 1924. Price $10.00.
FORD Touring, 1925. Price $130.00.
FORD Roadster, 1925. Price $125.00.
FORD Roadster, 1924. Price $90.00.
FORD Touring, 1925. Price $10.00.
FORD Coupe, 1925." Pri-ce $185.00.
FORD Touring, 1924, Price $90.00.
FORD Tudors. Three 1926's priced
from $335 to $365.
FORD Coupe, 1926. "Imnproved model.
Price $265.
F'ORD Roadster," 392 % Pri'e- $25.00.

FORD Truck chassis, 1925. Priue
$125.J
FORD Pickup, 1925. Price $120.
FORD Truck, 1923 body and cab.
Warford transmission. Price $150.
FORD Truck, 1925, body and calb n

GARRICK
BEGINNING SUTNDAY, MARCHI 13
A Limited Return Engagement
Annie Nichols' Laughing Success
A i' The Play that put U in Humor
Bonstelle Playhouse
Woodward at Eliot
It's Not a Thinking Show This
Easy Come, Easy Co
I's Not For RUminmationi
But Purely for CachInatlons
CASS
Lafayette at Wayne St. Cad. 1100
HELEN HAYES
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What Every Woman Knows
FIRST POP MAT. WEDNESDAY
75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Albert Gans le
Tailor
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