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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W T It TI M ichigan M at Team Takes First Place INTRAMURAL ITEMS Ilas, forwards; Meyers, center; 11.
Hurt STIFEDWIH__
Douglas and Miller, guards.
In Big- Ten Scoring Columns For 1927 Phi Gamma Delta won the interfra Kp Nctr
IM (1Kappa Nu captured the iiterfrater-
tenity class A basketball champion- nity volley ball title by defeating the
RStatistics compiled for the five bout in the first ive weights. This ship by defeating the Phi Kappa Sig- Fhi Sigma Delta team 15 to 11 andi
Con~erenc wrestling meets engaged record was marred in the title meet pia team Thursday night in a closely 15 to 4 last Thursday night in two sue-
O.it s di( l ten erlng te 'Not in by each of the Big Ten schools at Champaign, however, as the 1i- contested game, the final ,core being cessive games.
A Tespart los theelatindvee 15re9no 17
Of Variua Teamus show that phe Michigan team, winner poundmatches-ghsctrteg5nndsthe158t19Goo1-.ATLANTA, Ga.-The Southern open
of te est('n li~sio, pundmathes High scorng honors went to Good-,
jof the eastrn division, scored the Lndi Idual scoring honors for the rich othehe winners, with a count of golf championship, with a purse of
ncvda~lscoinghonrs or he ich f te wnnes. itha cuntof ,0O, starts soon.
WEAK IN ,.IELD EVENTS greatest number of points for the 1927 sa5 ndConhreebsiets " d a-lik $___f 12.,ar_.
season with a high total of 87 1-2. ference title holder who went through free throws. Meyers of the losers was
"I am not disappointed in the Adding the 38 points scored against the eight regular meets without a second with eight points scored by
showing of the freshman track team,'' non-Conference opponents the Wol- single 'defeat, scoring a total of 30 four field goals. MCFADDENS F
Coach Hoyt said yesterday, conmnent- vrires total is increased to 125 1-2. points for the Michigan team, inciud- The line-uns follo v: for the Phi
ig on the results of the Conference llinois, winner of the Big Ten title, ing three victories !;y falls. Watson Gamis, Goodrich and T{ong, for- The Nelyweds Heaven ofI
is the only team that approaches the increased his namber of consecutive wards; Martin, center; Algyer and
igan year ings placed third. "The out- high total maintained by the Wol- victories to 11 by defeating three op- Pfaffman, guards. For the Phi Kappa are
come staameetroftik sn tverines. The Prehnmen amassed 17 1-2 ponents to gain the 135 pound title Sigma team, Hungerford and G. Doug -___
al a test of the relative strength of points in their Big Ten meets, or 16 at Chicago.
the Various m s, less than Coach Keen's team. The 'Captain Donahoe stands second in..
proved in arevious ,years. m Michigan team also led the other Con- i the scoring columns for the season
"Two years ago the Iowa team as- ference schools in the number of falls with a total of 24 points, including
wo n the meet anioin sro two scredt this year with eight to their three falls. The Wolverine leader won A
world record time; yet neither of ei coi nine of the 11 bouts in which heN
The Michigan team also established rtcptdhsya, sngt Apple-
these men, Everingham and Tapman' a new record f~r a Big Ten team by toi of Cornell and Geis ofIlinois pl
were heard of again in Varsity com- winning the Conference individual whom he later defeated in winning the
petition." titles in the 135, 145, and 158 pound Conference 158 pound title for the . 4
SomeConference 158 pounddtitleoforet11
Some of the ie, according to the ivisions, The greatest number of second time. O.ngue.1u
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CASH RATES Sty ITS AND OVE(tATS--Very reas-
Ten cents per reading line (on the 'basist of
fire average words to the line) fortonear wo j onahie prices, tailored ,or ready-
nmserti os. made. We have a wonder ful varl-
line ztnts per reading line for three or more ety of patterns. Repairing abjo a
insertions. Ieyo tE32f.feaiigas
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office spcialty. '1,-iiful fabrics for your
in The Press Building on Maynard Street. I winter overcoat.
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uoan, or ch ebettcer under com-
petition than \they can in practice,
while others wilt under fire.
Michigan's showing of two firsts,
two seconds, and one fourth place in
the meet was as well as Coach Hoyt
had anticipated. Chapinan, dashman,
is capable of doing better than 4.6, in
the 40 yard race; however, and should
have earned a tie for first place with
the five performers who covered the
distance in 4.5. The Seymour twins
pulled a sui'prise by taking the first
two places in the 440 yard run, and
added eight points.
The squad is still exceptionally
weak in the field events for outdoor
competition, Coach Hoyt said, and it
is in these events that the Wolverines
must gather spme new « material. 1-
linois and Iowa haye some especially
strong men in the pole vault, shot
put, discus, and hammer throw, ac-
cording to indications, and the Mich-
igan team will have a great disadvan-
tage to over come if new men do not
turn out for the squad. No candidates
have reported for the discus, and few
for the weight events.
The other events have a large num-
ber of aspirants. Hayden's first place
in the mile in 4:30.8 was a good per-
formance HWyt said, as was Tilly's
showing in the half mile, alttough the
latter is capable of doing better than
2:04.
The Michigan mile relay team plac-
ed second to the Iow* quartet, turn-
ing in the time of 3:33.2, more than
five seconds behind the leaders.
Free Style Stars
AbundantOnMann's
YearlingTankSquad
Good free style, swimmers sem to
be especially abundant among the
members of the freshman team this
year. Coach Mann has, at least six
very capable performers in the free
style events on his yearling squad.
From the present situation, it seems
as if there will be unusually keen
competition for places on the Varsity
next year. With only one vacancy in
the free style events, due to the grad-
uation of Capt. Samson, it is more
than likely that several members of
this year's team will be relegated to
the reserve list to make way for the
promising material among the fresh-
men.
There are four freshman free styl
ers capable of swimming 100 yards
in 58 seconds or under. These same
four men have all done better than
26 seconds in the 50 yard event. These
freshmen have pressed the Varsity
stars very closely in practice.
The best free style prospects' are
R. A. Hosmer, Ernest Reif, Frank Wa-
laitis, Robert Walker, Dalies Frantz,
and Jack Merriam. Hosmer is an es-
pecially fast man in the 50 and 100
yard events. Retf was a member of the
Mercersburg academy team last year,
which won the Eastern interscholastic
championship. Walaitis, when he
swam for Northern high school, of De-
troit, was winner at the national in-
terscholastic nteet, in Chicago. He is
also a capable fancy diver. Northwes-
tern high school of Detroit, which
placed second in the national inter-
scholastics last year, had Walker as
one of the mainstays of its team.
Frantz, who shows best in the .220 and
440 yard events, is the holder of sev-
eral New England A. A. U. champion-
ships. Merriam won the National Ju-
'ior A. A. U. title in the 100 yard free
style and the 300 yard medley while
swimming in Indianapolis.
The material in the breast stroke
and back stroke does not appear so
promising. Thompson seems to be the
best bet in the breast stroke. He has
turned in some good performances in
the 200 yard event. Warner and Shorr
look to be the best back strokers.
Neither are of the calibre of last
year's yearlings, Spindle, Hubbell
End Chaffee, but they may develop.
into Varsity material.

NEW YORK - Uruguay's soccer
team, Olympic champions in 1924, won
the opening game of their tour of the
Tnited States by defeating the In-
s ana Flooring eleven by a score of
s x to one.
TORONTO-Beatty Ramsay, coach
of the Princeton hockey team, has
Se join the Maple Leaf Hockey
club next season.

championships to be held by one team
before this year was two. Iowa and
Ohio State had two Conference cham-I
pions on their teams last year, while
Illinois gained two titles in the Chi-
cago meet this season.
What is believed to be another mark
was established whe nthe Wolverines
went through their first four regular
Big Ten meets without losing a single

BRADENTON - Shortstop Tommy
Thevenow, who has been a holdout
for the last three weeks, reported to
the St. Louis Cardinals here recently.
SYRACUSE-W. C. Eiseman has
been elected- captain of the 1927-28
Syracuse university basketball team.

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"We design our clothes exclusively for the
Michigan men.
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SPR ESENTINGT HE NEW
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When you ask to see the "Michigan" model the
salesman will show you the suit which has received
the endorsement of the better dressed men of
Michigan.
The 'coat has three buttons but is shorter in,
length. Of course it has our own distinctive lapels
with notched corners, well rounded.
"THE "THE STADIUM"
MICHIGAN" TOPCOATS
$35- $50 $25 -$35
NO CHARGES FOR EXTRA TROUSERS
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TAKE}IEED TO THIS
Put your orders in now for Easter specials.
We have a complete line of novelties and candy
delicacies for your parties and as suitable and
pleasing gifts. We will mold the chocolate in
any shape you desire or artistically put any name
you desire on chocolate baskets or other Easter
candies..

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FOUND-Woman's brown suede, fur-,
lined glove. Geddes road. Owner
may call for same at Daily ofloe.
128-129-130
LOST
LOST-Howell's Physiology, with
Lawrence Segar's name left in lec-
ture room on stand. Finder please l
notify Clifford Taylor. Reward.
1335 Geddes. Phone 9177.
128-129-130
LOST-The student is known who
took money out of purse at the time
of accident on Church street on
Wednesdaynight.Return at once
to 516 Cheever Court or ntatter will.
be taken tip with police and uni-
versity authorities. 127-128-129
LOST-Elements of Electrical Engi-
neering. Please call 9564.
127-128
LOST-'Very small rough briar pipe I.
with curved"stem, on or near the
campus. En ,lish make.
-126-127-128

Phone 50 !?
e We Pri-Sat
Ann Arbor Mineogriphttiii shop ----14
Detroit St. Let us do your mimeo-
graphing and,. typewriting. First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.
c-tues-tour-Sat
NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ANN ARBOR SHOP, 625 E. Liberty.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
College men can make good income
by ouir exclusive representation plan.
No capital required. 'Our business
established since 1888. Stover, Inc.,
Apt. A-4, 4621 Fourteenth St., Detroit,
Mich. ~
VIOLIN 'CELLO--An especially fine
instlument having had the best care
in tone developing. Complete with
bow and case at one half . its real
value. Price $75. Univc-rsity Music
House. T. E.
NOTICE-Hear the new''Orthoponic
Victor Record of "Ina Little Bit
Fonder of You."' . B Warrings
Pennsylvanians, at . Schaeberle &
Son Music House, 110 So. Main. tU

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Get your orders in now and be assured
the best selection.
PUREKETE'S
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FIRST METHODIST
Corner State and Wash. Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D. D., Minister
Parley C. Bingham, Associate
Minister and Student Director.
Miss Margaret Stair,
Student Director.
10:30 A. M.-Sermon: "The Church
and the Spiritual Life,"
12:00-Student Bible Classes at
Wesley Hall.
6 :00 P. M.-Guild meeting led by
Miss Synthia Smith, former
Y. W. C. A. president.
7:30 P. M.-Evening church ser-
vice. Special music by the
High School Girls' Glee Club.
Pulpit editorial and sermon.

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHUNCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister Corner Huron and Division Sts.
Howard R. Chapman, Minister for .
Students f Merle H. Anderson, inister

10:45-Sermon by Mr. Sayles on:
"The Self-Mastery of Love."
12:00-Church Sunday School.
12:00-Two student classes meet
at Guild House. Dr. Water-
man -and Mr. Chapman, in-
structors.
5:30-Friendship Hour.
6:30-Miss Yi Fang Wu, graduate
student, will speak on: "The
Present Trouble in Shina."

Lewis C. Reimann
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretaries for Students.
10:45 'The Vision Glorious."
12:00-Open Forum for student.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-,Barrie's "The W111" will,
be. produced by the Dra-
matics Department.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Herbert A. Jump, Minister
Helen Ramsay, Student Director
10:45-Rev. Carl Stackman will
preach. Mr. Stackman is
state superintendent of work
among young people.
6:30-Special lecture in church
auditorium: "Iope and Dope
Victims«" L. A. 'Koepfgen, of
Detroit.
3:00-Motion picture service.
Film: Betty Bronson in an
exquisite historical pray:
"Not So Long Ago."

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-New Tuxedo, Size 38.
Reasonable. Dial 2-1537.
127-8-129
FOR RENT-Large, pleasant suite on
second floor. Price reasonable. 425
S. Dfvison St. Phone 22352.
127128-129
FOR RENT-Three and five room
apartments. New and modern,
Dial 4204. W. D. McLean, 318 S.
State St. 126-127-128
WANTED
WANTED-Students who likegood
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
NOTICE-University instructor wants
furnished house for academic year
1927-28. Would care for large home
during owner's absence or sabbati-
cal leave if rent is nominal. Harry
L. Samuel, 320 East Washington St.
SatSunTu
WANTED-Students to board at $6
per week. Private family. Phone
6059. '1127-128-129-130
WANTED-Room in private fantily
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.
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sum pays from $5 to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 40
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-A-1 police puppies. Im-
ported sire. Eligible to registra-
tion. Price reasonable. 429 S,. Di-
vision. 128-129-130
FOR SALE-Conn Saxophone, E-flat
alto. Very good condition. Call
3435 after 7:30 P. M. 128-129-130
FOR SALE-Ford Speedster. Special
body and top. Fast, classy. $40
cash. 621 S. State: 7517.
126-127-128
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touring.
$40.00. Phone 9023 any afternoon
or evening aid ask for McKee or
Gow.
FOR SALE OR RENT - Nineteen
room house for club or fraternity
(furnished or unfurnished). Wash-
tenaw Avenue, near campus. Best
proposition in Ann Arbor. Mich.
Daily, Box 170. 126-127-128
FOR SALE-Ford roadster 1924;
five tires, starter, demountable,
good condition. 1617 Washtenaw.
Phone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
FOR. SALE-House, five 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
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
n OTICE
HEALTH Begins when von nhon

NOTICE-The new .Royal Portables
are now on display. at. Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State St: A wonderful
machine. You /wil be interested.
Call and see them..'
TYPEWRITER InmBBiS AND
CARBONS
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price: 0. D. MOR-°
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Snmith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tt
PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH
Special price of $15' with three
months to pay.
University Music House.
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WHY WEAR "READY MADES" when
you can have a two pant suit bilt
to your measure for $37.50? Spring
styles now ready. T. 'B. LYONS,
Williams at. Maynard. tf
TYPEWRITING and Mimeograph
ing promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates. Thesis and college
work a specialty for 19 years. O.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tt
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. t

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ANN ARBOR
Works. Rugs
6513.

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CARPET Cleaning
Shampooed. ,Phone
dailytt

TO SEE best of 50 lines 4lothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
NOTICE

UNITARIAN CHURCH ,
State and Huron -its.
'dney S. Robins, Minister
M3Arch 27, 1927
9:45 A. M.
Sunday Scool
10:45 A. M.
Morning service
"The Religiousness of Atheism"
3:30 P, M.
Young people's group leaves
church for joint meeting in
Detroit.
"The serious, reverent, and
truth-loving mind will never be
without religion, because these
traits are the fountain-head of all
religious emotion." - John Bur-
roughs.

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

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Fourth\Ave. near Packard St.
G. A. Neumann, Minister
9:00 A. M.-Sunday school.
10:00 A. M.-Morning worship.
Sermon subject: "Faith and
Salvation."
11:00 A. M.-German service.
6:30 P. M. - Young People's
League; discussion on: "Rev.
reation Standards."

FORDS FORDS "-FORDS

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. T. L. Harris, Assistant
Fourth Sunday in Lent.
Holy Communion, 8:00 A. M., the
Church; 9:30 A. M., Harris
Hall.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and
sermon by the Rev. Henry
Lewis.
3:00 P. M.-Student and adult
confirmation class.
6:00 P. -M.-Student supper and
meeting.
8:00 P. M.-Evening service.
Wednesday of each week:
8:00 A. > M.-Holy. Communion
(Harris Hall).

Our entire-

stock oftseA cars has

been put into first classrunning con-
dition and the prices asked are in

many cases
value given.

much lower than the
A car for ;'every purge

B'nai B'rith
HILLEL FOUNDATION

()I, E. University

Dial 37791

ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible study.
10:30 A. M.-Morning sermon.
Subject:: "The Frag'nents
R'l-l In mo. ..9

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner 111 and Tappan
Kenneth d;. Bowen, Pastor
10:30-Morning worship.

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ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Minister.
9:00 A. M.-German service.
10:00 A. M.--Bible Study.

and very cad worth the mponey. Come
in, pick out your car and dilve it
home. We have roadsters, touring,
coupes, Tudors, four doors, $35 to
$345.
The very one you want is here.

Suniday, MIarch 20

4:OOP. M.-Twilight Musical
the Foundation.

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11:00 A. M.-English service.
Sermon topic: "Jesus
k faster."

Talk to Mr. Gauss.

Phone 4229.

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