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ANNE THIRD PLACE
In Annal Freshmianii indoor
Rig TIel Comp~letitiol
HAWKEVES .' N MEET
Coch, Charlie H oyt's frehman
track team placed third in. the see-
oand al l-Conference yearling indoor
meet which was held last week end
under the' -auspices of the Big Ten
Weekly, acorig to results which
were. issued yesterday iby that. pub-
licatio.6,
;Iowa, 1926' winners Of the Big Ten
indoor meet repeated its s1ccss of
last season by garnering a. total of
54 1-2 points, more than twice as
many as Illinois, their closest rival.
The Illinois score was 27, while Mich-
igan placed, third with 17. Wisconsin
finished in fourth place tw~o points be-
hind the Wolvrines, Minnesota was
fifth with 5 1-2 points, Northwestern
sixth with 2 while Ohio failed to score
a single point. The Chicago, Indiana,
and Purdue freshmen were unable
to compete, as none of these schools
have dirt tracks.
M Qgan ,scored two firsts, two
seconds, and 'one fourth place in the
meet. ight points were captured in
the 440 yard l ash when the Seymour
twins turned in the times of :51.8 and
:52:1 for the event which are fairly
good for a freshman meet. H-ayden led
the field in thelmle and finished in
the fast time of 4:30.8, while Tilly
finished fourth in the 8$0 in 2:4, but
he is capable of faster time. The Mich-
igan mile relay team placed second
to the Iowa quintet in 3:33.2, while
,the .Hawvkeyes ne~tiated the distance
in 3:32,. 2.,
The meet disclosed a large, field of
promising candidatesin the shot, pole
vault, and. high jump, while the other
performances are considered about
the average. In the 40 yard dash five
tied for, first place in :04.5, Benson
of Wisconsin andl Moran, Brinker, Ste-
venson, and Sexton al of Iowa, while
nine more covered the distance in a
tenth of a second slower time.
Ziese of Wisconsin tied with Cad-
wallader, Hale and Rath of Iowa for
first in the 40 yard high hurdles in
:05.4. Moulton of Iowa cifptured the
880 inx1:59.5 ahead of Gunn and Wil-
nouth of Iowa and Tilly of Michigan.r
The Seymour twins of Michigan plac-
ed first, and second in the 440, while
" Walter of Northwestern was third
and Parker of Illinois fourth.
Moulton of Iowa, Dove of Illinois,
Cue of Iowa and North of Minnesota
finished in the order named to IHay-
deni of Michigan in the mile. North
of Minnesota won. the two mile in
9:46.4 and the other places were won
by Moonejhian of Illinois, Thompson of
Minnesot, and Derry of ,Iowa.
Iowa won the mile relay with Mich-
igan placing second,Illinois third and
Wisconsin fourth. Barg- of Iowa won
the shot put with a heave of 45 feet
10 1-2 inches, while Parkis and Gun-
roe of Wisconsin end Anderson of
Iowa all did bstter than 42 feet. Vana
of Iowa won the broad jump with
22 feet as his best'efort, Schneeman
of Illinois was second, Wilcox of
Iowa thir d, and Replogie of Illinois,
fourth.
One of the best marks of the meet
was McDermott's leap of 12 feet 1-2
inches in the pole vault. Harper of Il-
linois finished: second to his team-
mate, while Agnew of Iowa was third
and Johns of Illinois fourth. Schnee-
map pf Illinois win first place in the
high jump at sx feet and 1-2 inch.
Jerrellh of Iowa was second and Cal-
lendar of Wisconsin was third.
KANSAS CENTER HOLDS
CAGE SCORING HONORS

CHICAGO, March '24-Albert Peter-
son, veteran centfer. from University
of Kansas for' the second consecutive
time captured the individual scoring
honors in the Missouri; Valley Confer-
enlce."
Peterson made 53 field goals and
20 free throws 'for a total of 126,
points, 36 less than he counted last
year. In 1925, his first year of com-
petition he scored 108 points to place
ninth. C. A. Byers of the. Kansas
State Aggies was close second with
125 points, scoring 55 field goals to
head the list in that dlepartment.
Velvets Bittersweet Specialties
JUILLERET'S
302 S. State St.
Salted Nuts a Specialty
Salted Fresh Daily
Toasted Sandwiches the
Kistwich Way

INT AM RA NOTES fetnd thne junior17 hy sical eds. by ail al] mst be in before suhlool closes
_______ sore of 17 to 12. This was quite in for sprring vacation. All. games will
Phi K appa Sigma captured the in- tupset as the Ins er.s had held the chain- be lad vit w a. soft hall.
ter-fraternity relay title by defeating plionsl~hp fo rth.e last two years and______________
Sigma a t-~~~~wertesfaoed gt retain it in the game:A1lc.d1 .r atpi'
T he Phi Kappa S igm a team con sist-! W d esa1i ht lc . oft tci he "S B ilr
ed of.R. Falconer, U. Pinney, J. Miller! Cray, with four field goals star- maker sguad.
and J. Hickman. I red for the winners. while P~atterson;
_________I led the losers with three two-pointers.
In the finals of the inter-class bas-I
otlball the freshman engineers de- .All independent entries for base- I

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FOUND Man'swrist watch in Union.
Inquire 939 Greenwood Ave. 126-127
:LOST
LOST--The student is known N*ho
jtook mney out of purse5 at the time
(Iof accident on Church street on.
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LOST-Elements of Electrical Engi-
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127-128
LOST-Very small rough briar pipe
with curved stemn, on or near the
campus. English mnake.
.126-127-128
LOST-Monday nior ning, on campus,
shell rimmed glasses. Call 8637,1
after 5:00. Reward. 126-127
LOST-Gold Concordia Pin, MondA.
Reward. Call 8327. 125-126-127
LOST-Black, oversize Duofold. Re-
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FOR RkEl~
FOR RENT-Large, pleasant suite on
second Tbor. Price reasonable. 425
S. Division St. Phone 22352.
FOR127-128-129
4FR RENT-Three and five rotm
apatrtments. New and modern.
Dial 4204. W. D. McLean, 318 S.
State St. 126-127-128
WANTED I
WANTED-Student to board at $6
per week. Phone 6059. 127-128-129

NtOTICE
NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher man-
dolin, banjos, guitar, chord con-
struction. Dial 477-
Trojiinowsk' Barber Shop, has sac-
Sisfied Students for 40J years.
sun-wed-fri
BILLIARID ROOMl
Five tabi s. 5isfactotry rites,
lAlso cigar, Itolaccos, can(ly and ice
cream. Johnstonl Brothers. 514 East
William. fri-sun-wed
DANCING E~very Saturday night, Dix-
bora. 5 miles. out Broadway on
new Plymouth paved road. fri-sat-tf
College men can make good income
by our exclusive representation plan.
No capital required.. Our business
established since 1888. Stover, Inc.,
Apt. A-4, 4621 Fourteenth St., Detroit,
Mich.
VIOLIN 'CE~LLO-An especially finle
instrument having had the best care
Iin toine developing. Complete with
bow and case at one half its real
value. Price $75. L nVersity :Music
House. T. F.
NOTICE-Hear the nmew Orthoponic
Victor Record of "Inca bittle Bit
Fodder of You." lay Varrings
Pennsylvanians, at Schaelberle &
Son M1u sic Ilouse, 110 So. Main. tf,
NOTICE-The new Royal Portables
are now on display at Rider's Fen
Shop, 315 State St. A wonderful
machine. You will be Interested.
Call and see them.
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AMl
CARBONS
Our rapid turnover Insures a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0. D. MM.-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
$615. 'Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Tfypewriters, Inc. tt
P'OkTABLE PHONYOG>RAP'H
Special price of $15 with three
months to pay.
Llnivt'rsity MUSIC House.

WANTED-Student belonging to a
fraternity. Work during spare
time. See Mr. Pepple at. Allenel
Hotel, evenings, between 6 and 8.
126-127
WANTED-Room in private family
wanted. by woman graduate_ student
for next year. Location between
campus. and university hospital.
Sleeping porch preferred . Also
board. Address 0. B. K., Michigan
Daily office.
SALESMAN WANTED-Full or part
time as factory, representative for
high grade household appliance
sold thru well established local
dealer. Phone or ap~y in person
after 6 p. mn. 523 Mack Road or
..phone 808.1. 124-125-126-127
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays ftom $5 to $25 for old
suits and o'iercatg.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4806
tt.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-New Tuxedo, Size 38.
Iteasonable. Dial 2-1537..
127-128-129
FOR SATE--ford Speedster. Special
bodyr and top. Fast, classy. $40
cash. 621 S. State. 7517.
126-127-128
FOR4,SALE-Chevrolet 1923, touring.]
$40.00. Phone 9023 any afternoon
or evening and ask for McKee or
Gow.
FOR' SALE OR RENT - Nin'eteen
room house for, club or fraternity
(furnished or unfurnished). Wash-
tenaw Avenue, near campus. Best
proposition in Ann Arbor. Mich.
Daily, Box 170. 126-127-12$
FOR SALE-Ford roadster 1924;
five, tires, starter, demountable,
good condition. 1617 Washtenaw.
Phone 9117. . oyer, r Farquhar...
FOR S i1.E- Ouse, ftve rooms, 'two
blocks east of campus. Under. $5,-
000. 1342 Volland. Phone 9692.
123-124-125-126-127 128
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring. $40.
Call 3283. tf
TYPEWRITTERS--All makes, sold,
[ rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
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tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL,
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TYPEWRITING and Mimeograph.
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by experienced oD6:r'dtors at mod-
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