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TUESDAY, M<AP5CH-f22, 1927
-LAKESLEE C PL TES "
T E N M I L E S W I M P . B a e l e ' 7 , w s t e r C E
* 3p .im r to Comp~llete the ten mile'
1 g ini int he Union 1)001 Sunday, the
With "Gobby" Davis behind the t Weiittloh lay of the contest.
plate, Oosterbaan at first, Kubicek at A :1tcfal of thirteen entrants finish-1
second, Mors;e playing short, and Wei-' ri l a Iegalired (listane of 7201
traub at third, Coach, Fisher's baseball l'g i;o," the Union pool in the mi-nd
infield went through a fast workout i l'Ui m eriod of t wenty(lays. In order I
yesterday afternoon in Yost field to ar-conipli,4h this feat each ent rant
house. 1- r l to swimi a half a mile every day.
All rather co npet~itors in the con-{
Although tline inen wo're greatly w -A. must conmiete thneir ten mxiles
1nit-il~(1tIIC by the darliness aund 'l1 zfcrt' Ji,,w in order to have their
rough surface. of the dian ond !PI namSes egraved on the (cupT donated
lack Blott showed un iercy and 1:v XWalter Noah, '24, of Detroit.
hit tbent as best lie kiiew hiow, In adldition, each Union member'
wieh seeined to be pretty good awirurh~nning the (distancee will -be pre-1
wTs fat' back a4s l9tl, and huas not ; ecnto~] with a.u individual medal. The;
deteriorated slice. maximumn distance allowed the con-!
testants for aniy one dlay is half a !
Fisher semnied impressed fly the' mile.
fielding of, Oosterbaan. "He doesn't I1N early 200 contestants are entered
qute resemble Hal Chase yet, hut he In the tell Mile Swiml. Thle t hirteen
is steadily imroving, and ought to be whlo finished the swim on Sunday willE
a high class fielder. True, he doesn't be augnmented from day to (lay by'
Play them according to Hoyle, but those whO require more time to coin-f
he gets them, and his arm is almost J l)lcte their ten riles.
strong enough to throw a bail through Those swimmers wlho completed theI
a two foot 'plank." "Gabby" Davis (listance in the Mini]mm'number oflI
thought so too. J days are in the order of their finishlT.
ing as follows: L. R. Blakeslee, '27A,
Coach Fisher, is planning'to114 i. E. Trapp, '30, L. A. Dei~ow, '27, H-.
continue thee ~1ant-Y nikee series 1 G. Totzke, '28, H. Maskey, L. D. Kirsh-
as soon as the weaither, leriluits I ner '291+1, J. R. Crouse '28, 'T. K. Wongt1
andl~ hopes to nave tine secondp 29E, W. R. Kelley '30, L. H. Donnell, I
gaiie plyed 3 1'cdiesda or C. E. Guthe, J. Maskey '28, and 11. B.
ga1me daydb edyor W~llinan, grad.
Morse, who cavorted at short yes- CHICAGO- The Chicago baseball
terday, also has the eyei of the coach team left last week on its first south
onl him. He seemed to be a sure field- I ern trip.___________
pr,; although somewhat bothered by -

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ROBERT H. WHITLATCH

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"Graduating from Western Reserve
University in 1921 I begzan b-uiness
life with an idea that I :~ fitted fior
managerial work. Two years itound
moe in a good position, but one.with
only a limited future.
From S. L. Kresge, of Cleveland, I
learned of the wonderful opportuni-
ties offered by the Kresge Company,
of their provision that managers
share in the earnings of their stores.
I saw the opportunity for a life work
wherein the individual and his per-
sonal ability were of paramount im-
portance. Friends tried to discourage
mec from making any change, but I

had caug~ht an enthusiam r!:. car-
ie m ovrI left my com fortabla ,iesk-I, 'ork nd
starred in the stockroomi. l hn I
worked successively a i i r_..a~cr
assistant manager,an aar fa
store at Rome,NeYo.Rcny
I have been transferred to, a newly
created work in the general ofijee of
the company.
The financial return that has come
to me exceeds all that I had expected.
The future is before me with opp-or-
tunities open in proportion to thr,
ability I may have to take advant-e
of them." Robert H. Wtuilatch

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tart out Ri~t in
e usiness worldl r
Two men graduate from college. One may take
a position where the immediate earnings are
thigh. The other may start for less, but in a
position with future possibilities. In a few
years the second man will probably pass the
first in earning power-with unlimited pos-
sibilities ahead of him.
It's the difference between a "blind alley" job
and a position with a future.
Start out right, college men! The Kresge Com-
pany offers ambitious college men positions
with a future. You start at a modest salary.
You're trained in every phase of our business.
And as soon as you're ready you are placed in
charge of one of our stores,-a position that
pays well.
If you have the foresight to look beyond im-
mediate salary, and the ambition to reach the
heights in the business field, write at once to
our Personnel Department and we will arrange
a meeting with a graduate of your own college
who has already found success in the Kresge
organization.

If you arc a telephone subscriber call Jimmi~e
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want adl
will be charged.I
The Al-chigan D~aily reserves the right to
classify all wants ads under appropriate head-
ings. and to revise or withhold objectionableI
copy.I
Trhis column clones at 3 IP. M. (late preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error must beI
given in time for the second insertion. f
CASH RATES
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
Ifive average wards to the line) for one 'jr twoj
insertions.
Nine .ents per reading !ine for three or moure
insertions.E
Cas% classifieds received at the Daily office
int The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-
tion.
FOR SALE
EFOR SALE-Ford roadster 1924; -
five tires, starter, demountable,
goodl condition. 1617 Washtenaw.
.Phlone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
PIAN O-Krakauer upright mahog-
any finish in good condition-
bargain. Mothersill, 6042.
124

INOTICE
VIOLIN 'CELLOiA' especially fine
instrument having had the best care
in tone developing.' Complete with
.uow and ease at ,one half its real
value. Price $75. University Music
Ilouse. T.EL.
NOTICE-Hats cleained andt blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repalired. Satisfaction lygumra uteed.
ANNARIBOR C14(~.) C . Lierty.
c-Tues.-Thuct.Sat.
Stoddard fiar Shwi 1has g iven excel-
lent service folt,17 yeairs.A visit
will convince you 'of Our efilcienc,
09 N. IUiversit y. tues-thiu r-sat
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-2,14
Detroit St. Let us do your mimeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-'
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.
c-tues-thur-Sat
FRAME them now---your Fraternity
pictures and shingles. Attn Arbor's
only professional picture framer.
306 S. State St ,.Y 4undlers.

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FOR SALE-41924 Ford Roadster in
good condition; starter, five tires,
kdemountable rims. 1617 Washenaw,
or call 9117. Ask for Farquhar or
Boyer. 124-125
FOR SALE-Radio. Gets California.
$45 Complete with cabinet. Call

the rougn surface or the diamond,
andl reports are that he is a hitter
of no mean bility. One thing is cer-I
tain. 1-He finds no trouble in getting
the ball to first base.
Batting ages were all well1 fil-
ed daring tive afternoon, thae menl
alternating A taking a' erac'k ,at
thne best the pitch~ers haid'to offer
anmd inot seemiing to be bothered at
all by darkness.'
TNIGER MANAGER TfttUS
TEAM IN BASE RUNNING
Manager George Moriarty of the De-
troit Tigers who are now training at
jSan Antonio,. has been drilling his
fteam recently in the fundamentals of
base running. Moriarty had two dia-
monds laid out for this purlpose and,
also had a special sliding pit con-
stru cted.
.Moriarty was a slow man in his day
of playing baseball and has since
learned that getting the start on the
pitcher is a great aid in stealing bases
and that the team that gets the fast
start is more likely to win the close
games.
Moriarty has been tekaching his men
to watch the pitcher, to learn his
tricks in throwing to the bases, and to
start with the windup.
TAMPA.-The Boston Braves beat
the Senators 94~ in an exhibition
game.

SAN ANTNUIO~t.-R~oss Young, New
York Giant outfieler; is seriously ill
at a. hospital.
EXTRA EXTRA
For smart suits and. topcoats
of real collegiate design there
is nothing in America like a
TAYLOR CUSTOM
MADE1
All prices.I
'Chas., Dliukas' l 19S. Uivc.

7710.

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DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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IKRESGE BUILDING,

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All Commercial
Branches
W E give you a solid
foundation in all com-
mercial branches, that ;will
put you in a commanding
position in the business
world.
SecondlSemnser
February 11
HAMILTON
,BUSINESS COLLEGE

FOR SALE-Nearly new Underwood
Portable typewriter, with case.
Very reasonable price. Dial 9850.
123-124
FOR SALE-House, five rooms, two
blocks east of campus. Under $5,-
000. 1342 Volland. Phone 9692.
123-124-125-126-1Z7 128
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring. $40.!
Call 3283. tf
All makes of typewriters for sale 'or
rent. Excellent machines at ,rea-
sonable prices, for rent. Prompt
repairing by experienced workmen.
Courteous service., Aulta Brand
Rbons and Carbons. Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State Street.
j sun-tues-thugs-tf
jTYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,!
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. Q. D. MO RRILL,
j17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal.-
1er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith i& Cor-
ona Typewriters. Inc. t
WANTED
SALESMAN WANTED-Full or part
time as factory representative for
high *grads household appliance
sold thru well established local
dealer. Phone o apply in person
jafte 6 p. nm. 523 Mack Road or
j ..Phone 8085. 124-125-126-127
IWANTED-One or two students with
experience to work. during one
cent sale-balance of this week.
Edsills' Rexall Drug Store. 14
'WANTED-College woman in Paula's
Coffee Shop. 123-124
I NOTICE-University instructor wants
furnished house for academic year
1927-28. Would care for large home
during ownw-'s absenceor sabbati-
cal leave if rent is nominal. Harry
L. Samuel, 3201 East Washington St.
SatSunTu
WANTEID-Students who like :good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
E c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
fSarn pays from $5 to $25 for old
salts and overcoats.
121 P. ANN DIAL 4308
t1
FOR RENT
FOR RE~NT-Large pleasant room for
one or two girls. Graduate stud-
S enits preferred. Prone 9774.
124-125-126
FOR RENT-Nice two room suite
with hot and cold water. 11'2 blocks
from Engineering "Arch." Call
5833 123-124-125
FOR RENT-Suite, second floor. De-
sirable location. 429 S. Division.
123-124-125
MST

NOTICE---Hear the new Orthoponic
Victor Record of "Ima Little Bit
Fonder of You.'s By Warrings
Pennsylvanians, at Schaeberle &
Son Music Hlouse, 110 So. Main. tf
NOTICE--The n ew Royal Portables
are now on display at Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 ;State St. A wonderful
machine. You will be interested.
Call and see thenm.
TYPEWRITER 10IBBONS AMD
CARBONS
(Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock Andl you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0,.ID. MORt-
RILL. 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc.'t
PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH
Special price of $15 with three
months to pay.
University Music Mouse.
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WHY WEAR "READY MARDES" when
you can have a two pant suit built,
to your measure for $37.130? Spring
styles now readly T. 13. LYONS,,
Williams at Maynard. tr
TY 1' WJITI N mijd Uheograrphi
lug promptly andW neatly done
by experienced' op'erators at mood-
ematum rtes. Thesis and college
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Storeit
NOTlICE-Typing," thesis neatly and
quickly typed at 'pogular prices.
Phone 7345. tt
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
1Works. Rugs Shampooed." Phone
6513. daily-tt
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 110.3 E. Washington. Phone
63,65 evenings. $22 to $30. t
NOTICE

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4 ito and William Sts.
Ann Arbor E

FORDS . FORDS . FORDS
Our entire stock of used cars ha
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, $36 to
$345.

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T he Sack Suit
The distinctive appearance
and quiet harmony of Lux-
enberg clothes come through
the skillful uniting of con.

LOST-White gold Delta Zeta
Saturday night. Reward.

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LOST-Pair of shell rimmed glassesi
in case, between Hill street and 7141
East University. Reward. Call
4541. 122
NOTICE
FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
tion, visit 'Trojnojvslds Barber
Shop. tues-thur-satk
Students! Save Money! Buy a used f
typewriter and type your own thesis.

The, very one you want is ' here.
Talk to Mr. Gauss. Phone 4229.

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