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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THEMICHIAN DILY

01-Arnrican
For Baseball.

Stars
Coach

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Eig~t Clubs 4f 1Natin .1 League St!
Fr opeanngfOtile (OtSeason
NEW S F TARS $GARCEf
Wtij the apeniug of the major
leagzie basebiall seasIn scheduled for'
threo weeks from .T esday, April 19,1
the ~t clbs that ,ftrnm the ntioxal
League are=rapidly rounding into co-
ditlorn for the "jling 'moths that
are to come.:s
Exhibition games of both comical
an~d;serious appearance have been
shown ;to the fans of te Suth, and
throughI them the alous managers
have .tncoered some ,promising ma-
terial, though, it is r4oubtful it any
of the spring "phenomns" will replace
Cobb, Speaker, R16ush, -artnett, and
other stars that have hleld ,the lie-
light "lo these Wan y years."
On the wst e , ati le Chicago Cubs
seem to have: fotnd .a felding short-
stop in E wod cl tiai who received
his :apprenticeship with Toledo of the
American Association. He was a .300
hitter in the gmaller league, but,
whiether or not ;hq can perman-
etly dlspac 0 Jroliable RJim ooney
remains °a ques on ~that 'only the
gi#d of ;the 04,904,,cn answer.
it the oly other -man that even has
a chance of displacing one of the last
year's outfiolders.'. So far he has been
hitting well lbtit there ,is'doubt in the
mind of ManamgerMc arty that he can
keep .it up: 1
Other than these two amen, the club
will 'present a h4,tlee frot similar to
that of 1926, and" will probably finish"
in the same position. However if the
pitchers - hould happen to show as
much ability ,as they *have, hidden in
their systems, tlikere is no telling what
might happin
The onlyrtbtler club that trains on
the coast is te. Pttsburgh "Pirates,
and on paper they look to be the
strongest .team in the league. Yet
just what."poweor they, will show de-
pends tpbn twlther r nt Donnie
Bush, the midget manager, is paable
of hand~ini11'al' the "bad boys" hat
compose' the Pirate team.
Layne a-4doming .,tar -,
They have~phoked up 'an exceedingly
'brilliant outfielder in Layne, and it
is rumored that he will replace the
hard hitting Oarnhart ,in right field.
If he floes, he must be brilliant.
Dlowid at Sarasota, 'the Giants are
preparing fr; the long trek north,
which includes ,many practice games
aundI more .over. nltght stops, the bane
oa . tle baseball lay~'s life.: What
thea Giants will dlo in the coming can-
paign depends" entirely upon what
their pitchers will do. If, they can
Bold the ' ~emy to three r or' runs
a gamie the Giants will win more
than they lose, ° for ,the New Yorkers
have a poweful batting array.
As the staff :stood last year, too
,, much cannot be expected, but McGraw
the "Little Napoleon",,.tsed some oil:
to slip Burleigh Grires away from
Brooklyn, and' broug t rank Henry
up from the minors to help hi in
a..left-handed way, axd with these ad-
ditionis lie may- figh l, is way to
pynnanti~us v r
Cadinals IH'Trouble
The S.£oi C hals, after tak-
ig a "few 'on 'the chin',. and ,deal-
iigout 'ona e Irtw::defeats, finaly
Wien bd, with the hep of the arepent-
ot Thevenow, to' gets their team to-
gether an'd whip 'come of ,the minor
league opposition they faced. Man-
ager O'Farrell is soiilewhkt-gut out by
the failure of Flint '4i n to repdlt.
,them Is his best pitcher, Alexander
notwEjtstaiding, ''and if President
Ibreaaonu refss ~to1 grant the'sought
for increase in, salary the Cardinals
can count about 20 games lost that'
they might have won.
Over at the Brooklyn camp, the
Dodgers .are dall-ready to go north
with the rest of the teams, the only

trouble being that MAhager Robinson
doesn't know who to take' and who
to le'ave.~ The only one that Robin-
son 'is sure to retain, is Robinson~. It
is unfortunate that he must have nine
mien to play.
It's a Western
I. Bad Man's Bluff"
14,1b1.andNImperial Piuny
r lnrsay-

__________________ h(etao l v-s. Pi l Bea Delta. I niiust })i' in before spring vacation; asv
Alpha Kappa' Lambda vs. Beta' the e tonurniameints will be rune off il-.
'Theta P1. iditecly after the holidays.
111ihi Sigma Dcclta, vs. Phi Lambda Tb' f'reshmlan tenis tournament
Kapa v il also b held at that tine, but
au Delta Phi vs. Phi K1ap ~a.r sle who enter cannot comipete
+f u~i the all-campus turn'ley and viceI
All-camipus trackmeni will assemble! tis r o en eeN.da
ductedlby the intramnurl(l ep rtie zte intramural office for sin ls and L ONG BEA31,_C , Cal.-Kyle Leonard
Thecopettin vii J' un ilondoubles in the all-campus teninis and swani the Catalina channel in record.
tw seaae ihs P*ln.clIi~ osshoe tournfaments. AllI - entries time.-______
willo tae pl ate f eght, Ining at, : <u iI c
rpuesday anid finals will start atthe i1'--
wame hour Thursday.li iC!"
Each manl sc oring a tot;al orf ive vre-invdentoryl
points or mope will b)e aarde regai-(
an istamlm ited tcmpiion LIii Oe w.
r mais in dtlcsnueras. n e Pipe at 2 rRed ctio
events, .not morethanm one of which ; p sa e u to
mayl be a dis;tanice run. ThoCse events: MILANOS >16KAY 0'0VLOAI E =
I classed as distance run? ; indulde fthe_ 1
mile, half mile and 440 yard runs. ENSINGTONS FRENCH11BRDIARS
All c ompetitors in the dis' ance races :=ITA'LIAN BRIARS
are required to report at Waterman;=
gymnsiumformedial eamiatio E}
yas iu no ma ow l b dcal e xtomrnatun =
asn alwl ealwd ornm- less he takes an examination.
Entie ae owbengreeiedatGood year- Drug. Co.
lJshtall rEntries F. H, STEGATH
Enre r o en eevda'107 SO. MAIN 1112 SO. UNIVERSITY'
the intramural office for teams desir ANN ARBOR, MICH.,
iug to play independent baseball.-
These entries must-be in by .the be- '1Ei11111111111111ltl~ti1 191EiI.E.ltlU111 till11tli
ginning of Spring vacation as the;
schedule 'will be drawn up during the
vacation period. Regular eligibility
rules will apply here as in other
sports. A man may play class and IA NU C MN
independent ball but not independent'
and fraternity ball.
The regulation hard baseball will We are arranging a special seven lays excursion to The Lower
be used as in former years. Rio Grande Valley, Texas, for April 8th, for the benefit of 'University
Class IB Basketliall people, during their; Spring vacation.
Class B interfraternity basketball
has now, reached the quarter 441as. fYu oad netiae
There are eight teams left and these
will meet {at 7 o'clock tomorrow night. fI t ol lvs~ae
The schedule is as follows: The greatest investment opportunities;
The best living and all year round climatic xconditions;

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THIS
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CLOSESI
ATUS PM.

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If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Tfaker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all wants ads under appropriate head-r
ings and to revise or withihold objectionable
copy,
This column closes at 3 P. 'M. date preced-
ing publication. -Notice of any error must be,
given in time for the second insertion.
CASH RATES
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) for onri-r two
insertions.
Nine :cats per reading line for =three or more I
insertion.
Cash classifieds kegeived at the I)aily officc
in The Press Building on Maynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES
Special btandargdized rates, given on applica-
tion.
FOUND-Woman-'s brown suede, fur-.
lined glove, Geddes road. Owner
may call' for same at 'Daily office.
LOST-Howell's Physiologby, with
-Lawrence Segar's namte left in lec-
ture room on stand, Finder please
notify Clifford Taylor. Rewoard.
13035 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
Wednesday night. Return at once
to 516 Cheever Court or mlatter will
be taken- u~p with police and uni-
versity authorities. 127-128-129
FOR RENT
FOLR RENT-On Observatory, three
room.a-apartmntwt, 1urnished. in'I
priv. to family. Dial 21320.
'FOR 'RENT-New Tuxedo.'- 'Si'ze 38.
Reasonable. Dial 2-1537.
127-128-129

1(I)TICX
\oTrl',,-Stodldar-d Hair -
rone of our permanent wa
give a depth and softnc
hair. 707 N. University.

BILLIAR~D HOOKI
Five tables. Satisfa(Ctory
jAlso cigars, to') accos, candya
cream. Johnston lBrothem .51
1 ews L Ietters :un d fC <U i J
P'ricos and servilce , righ
109-111 L. Wash. St. i

Po"

I ~ Beimny Oosterbaan
Football, basketball, and baseball
'star' who is looking exceptionally
good to Coach Fisher in the early
spring workouts. Last season Benny
was used In Jthe ouittield, where he
distinguished.,himself for his batting
procwess, but due to the graduation of
Captain Wilson of the 1926 squad the
two time All-American is being tried
at first base.
-He has a good batting eye, and
has the power to hit thiem far.
k In addition, his arm is strong, and
his fielding improving.W

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The one section in thle United States where Pr'ofit Bearing
Estates can easily be created in three years,}

LAKE- COTTAGES

Then,

Ar'e you -thinking of building a cottage. on your lot at the lakie?
Our architects have designed ,a very attractive five-room Summer
Home with stone fireplace, lavatory and toilet. This cottage has a
very comfortable and commodious living room, two bedrooms that
will accommodate two beds each, kitchen and store room.
We are prepared to give you a very attractive price on this
1home. Also can furnish you a lot on any of the near-by lakes.

_Take advantage of this opportunity;
Eighty dollars pays -the entire expense. Leave your pDocket book
at .home. We furn ish first class transportation, 'Pullman -sleepers,
all meals, aa~tomobile and sight seeing bus service.
We have 'beeih taking townspeople there every two weeks -;and
everyone is delighted.
We can furnish a few1 more' reservations for the April 8th trip.
We invite you. to talk it'over with us.

CHARLES a.GALLUP CO.

Ph one 3512.

1256 North MAIn Street

1ioie 7408

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"It'was while playing in a
revisal of Victor Herbert's
'Mlle. Modiste' I smoked
my first cigarette. I was r
afjraid it awould make me
cough andaffect my voice.
" It seemed to ease it. I
loked at the name. It
was a 'Lucky Strike.' T hat
is why it _is the. only ciga-
rette ILever smoke. Cork
tips, rose. tips, or gold tips
*do not tempt me-I stick
to Luckics."

FOR :RlNT-Large, pleasant suite o,
secondiflor. Price .reasoable. <425'
S. Division St. Phoe 22352.
,WANTED-Single -room, :by instruct-
or, -' preferably between Hill -and
Brooklyn. Phone Reichart 4720,
abiout 6:30.
NON~CE-University instructor wants
furnished house-for-academic year
1927-28. Would care for large lime
diring owner's bsence or sabbai-
cal leave if rent is nominal. Iarry
L. Samuel, 320 East Washington St.
SatSunTu
WANTED-Students to board at $6
per week.{ Private .family . Phone
6059. 127-18 129-130
WANTED-Room in private family
wanted by woman graduate student
for next year. Location between
camnpus and university= hospiai,
R-leeping porch -preferred .AJso
board. Address . B. K., Mihgan
Daily office.
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam, pugs from -5~-'$42for old
suite and overcoats.
121 E. ANN -- ' DIAL 4840'
FOR SALE
FOR. SALE-Fine young pedigreed
}English 'bull dog, registered. In
American ennel Club. Dial 475.
r129,
FOR SAE-Complete set f Encyclo-
'pedia IBitanica, ,29 volumes, never ue. ilsl raaal.,om
latck, '515 Walnut. Dal 718
x 129-130-31'
FOR SALE-Nine tube Radio. $85.00
installed complete in your home.
Call '7710. 129139.-13x; .
FOR SALE-Dodge Touring, 1925:,
Snappy, ar in very good condition,
balloon "tires. Price $45.
Ford Touring 1923. Runs fle.
Good tires. 1927 lcens pats.
5'O cash..
Ford6,. Touring, 1925, Excellent me-
ehpanical condition. $95 'cash
B.R4 H. ALBER
514 VAst :Waslhigton
Open Evenings and Sunday.
FOR SALE-A-i police puppies. Im-
~ported sire. Eligible o registr-
bion. Price reasonable. ;429 S. 13-
vision. 128-129-130
FOR SL -onSxohnT-t
alto. Very good condition. Call
3435 4ater 7:30 P.M. 128-29-0o
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touring.
*$40.'Q,4. Phone 9023 any afternoon:
or evening and' ask for McKee or
(.Gow.
FO-R SALE--Ford roadster 1924;
five' -tires, starter, demountable,
good' condition. 1617 Washtenaw.
Phone 917 Boyer or Farquar.
FOR SALE-2921 Ford Tourig. ,$40.
Call 3283.., tf
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. D. MOR1RLL,
17 Nickels Arcade, Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith &Cr-
o*TypewrIters, Inc'. "t
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All makes of typewriters for sale<
rent. Excellent machines -at re
sona~ble prices, 'for 'rent. Proml
repairing by experienced workme
Courteous service. Aulta Brat
Ribbons and Carbonis. Rider's PE
Shop, 315 State Street.
sun-tues-tlurs-
Now you'll wvant a typewriter!
One R.:Lmiziagton Portable, $-35.-
Two Corona Portables,. $25 each.
One Underwood Standa'rd, $35.
Phone Landis 3489.
College men can make good incon
by our exclusive representatio~n pa
No capital required.. Our busine
established since 1888. St-oves,.Ins
Apt. A-4, 4621 'Foureenth 'St., iletroi
jMich.
VIOLIN 'CELLO-An especially fii
insatruimenxt having had the best ca:
in tone developinComplete 'w~l
bow and ease at one' half its r
value. Price $75. Univ'ersity Mu
H~ouse. *T.
NOTCE-Hear the new Orthlopon
Victor Record of "Imna. Little E
Fonder of You." -By Warrinj
Pennsylvanians, at Schaeberle
Son Music House, 110 So. ~ainu.
NOTICE-The new Royal Portabl
-are now on -display at Rider's 'i
Shop, 315 State St. A wodr
machiine. Y"ou wvill be iter4e
Call anid see them.
TYPEM.RITER JRIBBONS ,ANDI
CARB3ONS
(}ur rapid turnover insures u fre
stock and you secure th~e beat -qui
ty at -a moderate price. 0. D. 'MA
IJ 17 Nickels~ Arcade, Phai
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corci
Typewriters, Inc. -
PORJTABL~E PHONG4RAPHt
Special price of $15 with thr
montis ' to p'ay.~
Unii'ersity I[usk\ ho use.
WHY WEAR "RE'ADY HADES" who
you can have a two :pant suidt ba
to your ineasure for $37.50? Sprb]
styles now ready.- T. B.' LYON
Williams 'at Maynard.
_T.YPE IEUTING altil Mineograp
Ing promptly and neatly do
by experienced Operators at mo
eliate rates. Thesis and c~olie
workt a ~specilty for 19 yers.-
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. T;
Typwriter and Stationery Store.
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly a:
quickly typed at popula.r pric+
Phone 734-5.
ANXN. ARBOR CARPET Cleans;
Works., Rugs Shampooed. Pho:
y 6O513. diy
'NOTICE--Mell-Gillespie, teacher m
dolin, banjos, gulitar, chord co
- struction. 'Dial' 4757.
' Wed., Fri., Sun.,

Trojanowski's Barb~er'Shop h.
-isfied Students .for 40 years.
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NIOTICE

The M elodious Voice of Fri~tzi Scheff

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FOD -1.5.'FORDS "FOPUDS

T7o safeguard the throat sL
, recommends Lucky Strike

St C
LUCs

DELIGHTED aud~tences for many years have
applauded Fritzi Scheff-lig ht opera prima donna.
Hder songslhiave gaiined 'nat on-wide popularity. Her
voice is ever pleasing, ever in control.

jith Rod a~oeque
TLhis "Ad." with 10e

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Pt ACARD

When smoking, she prefers Lucky Strikes, because "
they give the greatest enjoyment and throat protection,
Lucky Strikes are smooth and mellow -- the finest
Cigarettes you ever smoked. They are made of the
finest Turkish and domestic tobaccos, properly aged
and blended with great skill, and there is an extra prcs Mteaig he ob co " "
Smoke Lucky. Strikes-you'll like
hem

Our entire stock of rased cars]
been put into first clas running c
dition. and the prices asked are.
many cases much lower than
value given. A' car 'for every pu
and very ,car 'worth the money. Cc
n, pick ou1t you~r car . and drive
hokme. 'We. have roadsters, tours
coupes, T-udors, foufr doors, $35

=The very: one you -want is
Talk to Mr. Gauss. Phone 422

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