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MARCH 119, 1 M7 .. i ;

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MATMEN TO COMPT
IN FITME TO A
Eutries Includ1e C plain Il)niioc And
Mlembers Of 'HTie IDeserve And 1
Fresliiaiai quadsi
16 WRESTLERS ENTERED
Sixteen members of theVarsity and
freshman wrestling squads and
Coaches Keen and B~otchen will leave;
thin morning for Flint Ahere the men
will compete in the State A. A. 13.i
championship meet which .will be heldI'
In the I. M. A. gymnasium.'-
Captain Donahoe, holder of the Cont-I
ference 158 pound title for two years
Is the only regular mnenber of the
Varsity team who is entered in the
competition, hut there are five wrest-
lers fromx the reserve squad. The
oth~er 10 men are members of Coach
Pete Potchen's yearling team.
Rlubin, reserve, will wrestle at 112:
pounds; Bruce, reserve, and Ihewitt,1
freshman, will compete in the feather-{
weight division; while Thomas,
Quinn, and Eliott are. entered in the
125 pound class. Finley, reserve, and
Hagaman, freshman, are the 1351
pound entries, and 'Pelton and Bers-
icy .will compete in the welterweight
division. Captain Donahoe and Dou- 1
gavito will participate in the 158
poulnd class; Southworth, reserve,
and Faye, freshman, in the light
heavyweight division; and Nicolson,4
reserve, and Wolfe, freshman, in the
unlimited class.
Last season Coach Keen entered
five mnen in the State A. A. U. meet
which was held in Detroit and each
won the title in his weight The men
were members of the Var~ity team,
however, -while the majority of the
Beentered at Flint have had very
little experience.
The list of entries includes a num-
ber of capable performers, however,
and the Michigan coaches are con-
fident that the men will makze alI
good showing. Two all-campus cham-
pions, Thomas, 125 pounder, and Dou- I
gavito, '158 pounder, are' entered.
FOOTBALL STI ARS0 1
'AID 'COACH FISHER I
IN TRAINING TEAM;

IDE1/IIPSE'DENIES TES SIXST xEEN ; !:1
TO FIGHT NO ONE BUT GENE TUNNEY olgaeCohsSo A
"A3nd if I.decde to0cokIbankI) .prs Dllps(Vi ndrIh tr ;COE
tFhefih ( nei't. Iion a fur the(cre1o' hvsici',i hoar ei()a AT3 .11. DV
hvywegttitle op I wont fii.1at
all,", declared Jack ely IIoI Los'ii o~j ut h
Angeles yesterdlay, that; cna 'hag ' x i h.01 t (n)f bOtshs :pinie )susta ined(1i
RickardIs ttiid hopes of all el ininat - a 1rromivs i ;1it. Tbhis infect ion is hield. w If you ar a telephone subsc iber cll Jimmtie4
tioni tourney aIll Isettill _; tit'. I 'lir li 5' 'M llilrl0 to' thI1() 1.1100 r~ at- - wll be chagd
l~git conternlilg ; Ia U330y 13 n - 12 ths hic l h Ila~v'e hb eeid the t071'rflm!ei' in *The Mihigan Daily reserves the righ to
nla~it s a d hs i]le thr~tt "to t tl: i .:; "1ji(,.. . ;classify all wns ads under appi mu ia te ia-
Dempsey aii saidehsi,. ,.!'2Vl )(3.l 12)3in ings and to rvise or wihhod ocioii0.t1bie
De4 sy sie" New Yorl Itiekard has lbeen con-",./- . copy.
Ths eiteratting hNis posit ion1, f i ]v ho:r'I 013T htliag U, rsing .ack .Delaney in ii his -.:.;'Thi5 scolumn cloes at 3 ' h. date precd-
- ii~sng pulication. Ntic f any ceror nmut liei
!hi : =(Olilet y~ i I he I illaU 11. 1 01Pt' OUc o_ given in time for the second inserto.
would 1make thle 2tn' inu(i t''nI i i fi 14,Ik la ney will be matched with ' -'E lCASH RATES
Sell' "inl.dxte till)e". Wh len ",l n ltile t i.." winl'r of the Coming 1 dOllilt0- Ten cents per reading ine on the basis o
! Rick I-ri ltinIV'Ikin ll . ii?-av wed a y lleney bo t, th winnfivoebaplecd Ieawive aeto thewordito te for) fo e ine J two
-ik d:liaumh -i Anday ene otteX lf~ t epacd4 1- insertions.
intention whatsoever to "otnsider in the final round against the Shar-=7fjflu=
Nine .:ets per reding ?int for three o inzuret
"Te 's elimination ptlay ' key-Maloney victor. insertions.
_________________________________________________ - Casai classifieds recived at the 1?oily ofie99
in The 1ress -Bwiling on Manard ti cet.
____- -.-.-. --.------.-.---------- - '3~ ~CONTRACT RATES;
I r Lion.L ( Special standarized rates given on applica-
FORSlL I__ ___+"
1=*.--. seetste. 3-1 gears.Top. luns
\\ z tlike a top. (lass. flt.~ Indivi-
=-<'(=uality. See it at 621 S. State.
C le e- Phone 7517. 122
PRSALE-i121 Ford Tlouring. $40.
-~I ' Call 13283. If
_ J = FORl SALE-Will sell for $4 two!
Men C'horal Union stubs entitling holder
- 3k «. to $6 reduction on May estival
." khf tickets. Call 5687. 122
/ *FO R SALE--Southeast, ou teen-room
x = house, A-i condition, large lot with
-~ shade andl fruit trees, double gar-
age, five blocks from campus in
fratrnity (istrict, IP'hre 6047.;
I11{ %'X, M Topcoats 121-1 22-1231
t ~~~~~-FOR rV .ll~ FR SALE - Oakland Ave. Large
$2.0..).'~) lot. Suitable for fraternity or st
'J ii.I jlj More of these fine topcoats are coming in all the time. ity it 52o 50
L/L)I) There is a good assortment for you to choose from. They --FORSAL--ox vsreaI-
Ear-c extra long and are excellently styled and tailorcd. - tion size, almost new. Dial 5333.
The new Dobbs for Spring, the or 71t South Division. 120-121-122
BY M ER E, is shown today in Sprng Suts 1 SALE--Michigan State PoliceI
+ motorcycles, 1926 models. To be
New York in the shops of Dobbs $40 - $45 - $59 Sold at give-awv~y prces. Orders
& Co only, and by authorized agencies tae oIob eiee ac
y Y$=EXTRA PANTS FREE 2a5a.JonMirFrs-bet
in te pincpal itis o theunied - Grag. _120-121-122
i th prnia ciiso th UntdSuits cut and styled as only R. & W. and Adler Cl- = TPEWVRTiTRS-All makes, old,
States. It is a smart design produced - egian can make. The shorter coats and the wide trousers rented exchanged cleaned ear
;c are very popular and smart looking. The latest grays and ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
by the famous Cavanagh Edge Process. tasaeue=truhu.-taned anywhere. . D. MORRILL,
(r 17Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
t pnfryour iseto er: Phone 6615, L. C. 'Smith & Cor-
THE DOBBS urdayItheW191h ___
WN April Special
WANTED-One or two students to
Ecuieytthu.°Collegiate Shop make beds for a (dandy room. Hot
'PTTIT b .COMPVI~ANTT11 TLBRY and cold water. 337 rThomplsoni St.
III 16 .EAST AIL ___________ 122-123
S o u t hi S t a t e S t . a t W i l a t11 ~ 1 1 F 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11/l 11 F F 1Fi l liar n S 't. \11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 V A N I E D - S t u d e n t s w h o l i k e g o odho B AE CS t on we
________ ______ -~ Read The Daily "Classified" Columns REU lier U between 9:30,D~ and 1441:3.
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
~b u tc b %v viceS4m pays Froin $; to $25 for old
t~ y :brc c121 F. ANN DIAL 4306 t
f 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
* -FORI REaN-Sutesecond floor. De-1
FIRS METHODIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHI CONGREG6ATIONAL srklloain42 122-123-124on
Corner State and Wash. Sts. i R. Edward Bayles, Minister CoreHuo n ~iiinSs IURCH - -___ -_
Arthur W. Stalker,D . iitr Hwr .Chapman,MistrfriRETPleanunyom
StudentsMinister hH.arddersoinisteriforr-jrHeHberrsA. Jump. Miniseror gradiuate* woen students, two
Parley C. BirngI erbetnA.Jimspociate b Ilocks froum canpu. Phone 8006.
Miniister an~d Student I!i.ector. 10:45 - Morning worship. Mr. Lewis C. Rteimann Heen 120-1SudntDi to21-122-123___________
Miss Marugaret Sitair, Sayles speaks. Topic: (Hen aty-:SuntDrco
Student'Director. "Tm luiiyo oe" 19 eleB awl 10:45-"s tie Ark of God Toi-( FOR IRENTr-Thriee adjoining rooms,

TI SING ,Z3 PA,~
NO0TICE
N OTIE-Special sale on Dresses at
x10 tom' Saturday only. Special sale
on flat,, at $5. 1liss .MKinnev,
215 East Liberty. 122
tiO)T'l(' '--Unisesity Instructor want,
fuarn~ishedl house for academic year
1927-28. Would care for large home
durinlg owmm:~'s absence or sabbati-
cal leave if rent is nominal. Harry
L, Samuel, 327 East Washington St.
SatSunTu
Students! SaVe .'wonuy . it uyo..
typew~riter' and ty lw 1333'w a thesis.
I'ione Ladis 534>ui. w 'ol -tlhmu 3-'ia I -i3~a
SUITS AND (OVER~lCAS 'v"r't-i
onable prices, tailored 0or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vai-
ety of patterns. Rep)airing also a
specialty. LBeatiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E Washington
Phomne 5069
c Wed-r -Sat
DANCING Every Saturday night, Dix-
bora. 5 miles out Broadway on
new Plymouth pavedi road. fri-sat-ti
NOTICE--H_.Iear the new Omtoponmrc
'Victor Recor)Id of "Inca Little Bit
Fondter of You." By Warings
i'ennsylvanriarrs, at Schaeberle &
Sonl Music House, ito So. Main.i f
NOTICE-The new Royal Portables
are now onlisplay at Ri2der's Pen
Shop, 315 State St. A wonderful
rmachine. You will be hterested.
Call and see them.
1''I'PF~ Jl tlUt1ER 0iiS A. i
CARBONS
Our rapid turnover insures s fresh
stock anti you secure thte best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0 D:. MOR-
I RLL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. - tf
PORTABLE P110NOGIIAPIL
*Special price of $15' with three
months to pay.
IUniversity Music House.
WHY WEAR "READY MADE S" when
you can have a two pant-suit built
to your measure for $37.50? Spring
styles now ready. T. B. LYONS,
Williams at Maynard. tf
TYPEWRITING anid AMimeograph.
Ing promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at md-
erate rates. Thesis and college
work a specialty for 19, years. 0.
D. MOirill, 17 Nickels Arcade..- The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tf
GUITAR SPECIAL
A good reliableinstrument for only
$11.00. Just the thing for music in
yo~ur'room.
U~niversity Music House8.
tf.
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7341j.t
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-t
TO SEE best of 50 lines cloting drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. t
1- NOTICE

Coach. Fisher- in training and de-I
veloping Michigan's 1927 baseball'
squad has the assistanfce in one way
or another of five all-American foot-{
ball players. This record is not believ-
ed to be equalled by any other schoolI
in the country. Vick, Kpke, Blott,
Friedman, and Oosterbaari are the
stellar football players who are work-
ing with Coach Fisher on the bal
team this, spring.
Vick was chosen °on Walter Camp'sc
mythical team in the fall of 1921. For .
three years he. played on Wolverine
baseball teams. F ollowing his gradua-
tion he signed with the St. Louis
Cardinals with whomn he played until
the close of the past season. At pres-
ent Vick is handicapped by a weak -
arnm and two weeks ago was dropped
from the' Cardinal roster. It is ex-
pected that he will play ball this sea-
son for the 'Louisville club. Vick is
spending a short time in, Anni Arbor
before lie joins a professional team
and is -helpiing Coach Fisher in the
early season job- of breaking in the
pitcher's arms properly.
ILarry Kibke, an all-American of
the 1922 campaign, is on the coaching
staff of the University amid has been
an assistanut coach in football, basket-
ball amid is now having his first year
as an assistamnt in baseball. Kipke
won three of his nine 1~'s in base-
ball, when he was a regni rm outfielder
during his college (lays.
Jack Blott, the 192' all-American,
was a catcher and one of the heaviest
hitters imi the Conferemnce for two
years. Bl1ott played big league base-
ball with the Cincinnati Reds, but
returned to Michigan to take up
coaching duties in 1925. Blott amid
Vick were centers on the football
team and catchers in baseball in thmeirm'
turn.
The two other all-American foot-
ball players who are under Coach
Fisher are Bennie Friedman anti Benm-
ny Oosterbaan, time famous "Bennie to)
Benny" combination. On the baseball
diamond the throwing will be tihe
reverse of that on thme gridiron and
the combination will read "Benny to
Bennie" foh- Benny Oosterbaan is an
outfielder and Bennie 'F~riedmam is a
third baseman.
Oosterbaan played Conference ball
for the first time last season andl
rapidly developed imnto one of the
heaviest hitters on the team. Fried-
man was a substitute third baseman
last year and is bidding high for a
regular position this season.
Should the "Benny to Bennie"' com-
bination come to mean as much imn
lbaseball as it has in football, thenm
Coach Fisher's and the fans' worries
:.bout the Big Ten ch~amponship will
s.ubside.
L LOYD HAHNWiNS FAST
4CE FROM EDWIN WIDE
NEW YORK, March 18 -Lloy d
Ilalin, American mile champion, raced
't o a sensational victaryr Thurmday
eight over Edwin Wide, the Swedish
school master, in the one mile test,

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10: 30-Sermon : "' Ilme Bible and
the Spirituhal Life."
12:00-Student Bible classes at
Wesley Hall.

12 :00--Church Suniday school.
Students meet at same time
at Guild Ilouse.
Dr. Waterman andt Mr. Chap5-
manm lead two groups.
5:30-Fi'ieildslil)four at Guild
House.

Secretaries for Students.
9': 30-Student Class 1l(1 by Prof.
A. It. Morris.
10:45-1"0mm lloiioi."
12: 00--Open 1= om'tmmfor studlent.
5:30---Social Ihoumramnd Supper.
6: 30-Youn, People's Society
meeting.

plimmg'V A protest against
Sinclair Lewis' recent nov-
el, "Elmer Gantry."
5:30-Student supper and so-
cial hour. Mrs. Kirkpat-
rick, matron Starr Corn-
monwealth, will speak.
8:00-Motion picture service.
Mr. Jum~p will preach on
"9The Muarano. Glass Blow-
er."' Feature film, Anita
Stewamrt in "Never thme
Twavin Shall fTWO"

6: 00-Wesleyan Guild
tional nicetinig.

devo-I

7 :30-Evcnimg church service.
Sermiomi : "(Oseri ing' Simv-
ss.

6:30--- Devotiomnal and
slonal meeting.

discus-

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UNITARIAN CHURCH
State anmd Heron ,ts.
jl3dney S. Roblins, MYinister
Alarch 20), 1927
10:45
Morning service
"A Religion Based Upon1
HmamnNature:'
The second of two addresses
o)n this subject specially intend-
ed for students.
5: 45 P. M.
Candlelight Supper
6:30
D~iscussionl of the topic of
thme mornimig sermon.

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 Soumth D~ivision St..
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject: ".1atter."
11:45 A. Al.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45--Wednesday evening testi-
monial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 and I1
State Savings Bank building, is
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock,
except Sundays and legal holidays.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Fourth Ave. near P"ackard St.
G. A. Neumann, Minister
9:00 A. M.-Sunday school.

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Itev. Hlenry Lewis, Rector
Rtev. Ir. L. Harris, Assistanit
Trhlird Sunday in Lent.
Holy Communion, 8:00 A. M., the
Church; 9:30 A. M., Harr'is
Hall.
11:00 A. Ml.-Morning prayer and
sermion by time Rev. Henry
Lewis.
3:00 P. M.-Student and adult
qonfirmation class.
6 :00 P. M.-Student supper and
meeting.
5:00 P. M.-Evening service.

prmivate bath and balcony. May be
used for light housekeeping if de-
-sired. 9133 Forest Ave. 121-122-123
FOR RENT-Large, beautiful room
0on ground floor, private family.
Phone 7595. Corner Kingsley and
Detroit St. 121-122-123
LOST-fair of shell rimmed glasses
in case, between Hill street and 714
East Umniversity. Reward. Call
4541. 122
LOST-Large size cloth-back note
book, containing Hygiene, History,
Fine Arts, Rhetoric and. Political
Science notes. Reward. Call Cal
Patterson. Phone 4917.
120-121-122
i NOTICE
NOTICE-Special sale on Dresses at
$10 for Saturday only. Special sale
on hats at $5. Miss McKinney,
215 East Liberty. 122
GIBSON 3MANDOLIN
Just two left to sell at $27.50. Reg-
ular price, $45.00. A fine buying op-
Ipoirtunity to a musician knowing
Gibson standard.I
University 3Music House.
tf
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-214
Detroit St. Let us do your mimeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.
c-tues-thur-Sat
HEALTH Begins when you phone
8428. C. M. Gibison, Chiropractor, 35
Wuerth Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tf
1FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-1
tion, visit Trojmowskis Barber

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FORDS o FORDS - FORDS

10:00 A. M.-Regular
service. Sermon
"R~epemntamnce 1and
i.x ;

morning
subject:
Coni vr-

11:00 A. M.-German service.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's
League.

Wednesday o~f each
8:00 A. 1\.-Holy
(B-arris Hall).

Our entire stock of used cars has
'been put into first class running con-
dition and the prices asked are in
many" cases much lower than the
value given. A car for every purse
and very car worth the money. Come
in, pick out your car and drive --it
home. We have roadsters, touring,
coupes, Tudors, four doors, $35 to.
$345.,,.
The very one you want is here,
Talk to Mr. Gauss. ]Phone 4229..

week:
Communion

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B'nai B'rith
hIILLEL FOUNDATION
01l. F. University Dial 3779.
Smmnd~y, IMar('li 24), 1927.
4: 30 P. M.

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St.. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stelihorm, Pastor
9:00) A. M.-bible study.
10: 30 A. M. - Morning sermon.
. ubjet: "~Jesus casting~

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner JIMl and Tappan
liemmnelli I..IBowen, Pastor
10 :30-lMorning worship.

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West iluron Streets
C. A. BRA'UER, Minister.
9:00 A. M.-German service.
10:00 A. M.-Bible Study.
11:00O A. M.-Englism service.
Sermloun topic :-",Jesus, the

Shop1.

tues-thur-sat

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