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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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WOLVER1INE TRACKMEN.
BEuGIN 011100GB WORK
!UiIIler0i Year, Except Whlei
i"4Wcedtai;indloor By Weather
-ACE, HARD SCHIEDULE~
'Steve~ Farrell's Varsity track
men ihax e had the advantage of two
oul door workouts thus far this week,
t -andI the Wolverine mentor expects to
have the men continue to work on the
outdoor track from now on, except
6n rainy days when the practice- ss
ssions will be. confined to the field,
house.
Some of the weight men, including
the hammer and discus throwers lJiaVo
been working outside regularly all
winter and are in good physical con-
dition for the comning outdoor season.
It is impossible to estimate what°.they
are capaible of yet, however, as the
condition of the ground makes foot-
hig very insecure and somewhat
hinders their best efforts.
Most of the -Varsity men have been
allowed to rest' this week because of
the strenuous training necessitated by
the long indoor_ season which closed
with the Cornell :meet Saturday. While
the worlmouts have been very light
this week, Coaci i Farrell intends to
begin strenuous: gain next week for
the first outdoor meets, the Ohio and
Kansas relays, -which are scheduled
for April' 26.
Coach Farrell stated that a squad
numbering from 12 to 15 candidates
will, remain here over the greater
portion of the spring vacation period
to prepare for the coming outdoor
season. It is unidecided. as yet just
which. men will be requested to stay
in Ann Arbor. Beginning with the I
Ohio and Kansas relays on April 26,
Michigan, faces a' strenuous schedule,lI
which call= for a meet every week
end until the Conference meet in
Ma 'dy.
Mi1chigan's outdoor team will be
considierably strengthened by the ad-
dlition; of a number'of events not in-8
cluded on, the indoor cardr, Capt. Phil.
Northrop can be counted on As a9
certainty in the javelin, his favorite$
event, while Cooper will bear watch-
ing in the low hurdles. Schraves-1
and and Sanderson look like the° most
p~romnising discus throwers, and Ketz
and McCaffree are capable hammer
Sthrowers.

Yearling Mat Titles' SEGRAV'ES SHATTER~S ALL RECORDS I f TE~N TEAMS PREFER Bo
DeieInFnlOf WITH HISGIANT SUNBEAM RACER' tNHELDEF OP. I.ADERS THISTIS
A l-Frs ma Meet it lvd ers n tLo be by far 1h CLOSESCLS
moo :u;t cholicer I( . (lhalt AT{m3 P.M. A.DXER'I SING
i I shman wrestiiia ( hainnin _____fCofrece___________~a~

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Ships were deceidedi in Ihec final round .,
ot, the a l- Iresilluan wrestAling tourna-
;tient which was held Thursday night'
in Waterman gymnasium. Thrwee of
the boats wVee deter'minled by fallsy
while an equal number were won by 4.
decisions.aA{
In the 115 pound1( class there were l
only two competitors so Hewitt, state i 'a
A. A. U. title holder, and Eliason /"$'-"~y'
went to the Iinta round without meet-
ing an opponent. Hewitt exp~erienced:
little difficulty in throwing Maiason.
after less thani three minutes of Mjor H. 0. D.Segra e, 'r: glish a.,
wrestling 1(o Wilnthe title, hisEp;owet' slnJQ;m i:vsnc(ar Wlic
With three enrties ini he 125 plound;'Ila. cciunse, ata eag<];L.s;peecd of 2{t
class, Qunn threw Swantsonl iothe.~ (Sillrui ti eodSga
prelimuinarv bout to winl the right: to, hour ill. wolds record (if 173.2.2 estab-
mnec' Elliott. After wrestling through- lis;hcd last February oil Pendine,
the regular eight minute period with- Fleach, Wales, by Malcolm Cant plhd],
out gaining an advantage, Quinn piled -motller Brit, sl=i'iver.
up a margin of more than four iii-
utes in the overtime periods to main of wrestling iii the third biout of Ithe
a -decision over his opponent. (;ergig to ire won by a fall.
Drozovich threw Trone and llakenen rhdm(leih tiewsVf b
won a decision over Elruff in the 1)5(-
limnaresof the 135 poundl division. Flajole who won a d~ecision over
In the title bout I-akenen threw Bro- "Cal ter with a time adlvantage of more1("
zovich after five 'Minutes of the. bout than five mninute . Flajole won his
had elapsed. Pelton and Robare, way to the finals by defeating:Foster,1
who advanced to thofilnals by win'- while Carter m1anaged to winl fron."!
ning from Carpenter and Dixon. re- B~urgett in overtime periods.
spectively, mlet to decide the welter- In the final bout of the meet
weight title. Pelton pinned his op-' Fahey succeeded in ;vinijing. fromt
ponent after three and a half minutes 'Wolfe- by a narow margin.

ib is season, as f'ire of tie I it Ten
le:vler s ale vetter'ans.
'ii i\illi lain I u('lwiait , lu-
in'1ls H ard ll hi t I g venterfie~il .'r, is
I~l he only c i..:-i Wll) plys in the
outfield while 111orlofWi .colsnsm is
apitch er. 1'tchey of Ohlio St le. MIS-
inlsRi of Ill mn;i:, and 1Wise of Purdue
are the :e l "' who ovenupy 1 he lpe-
'stioll behinld tl~c hat..
IMconnlell, t'ineago.s leAder plays;
shortstop), as (lod t:8 lrk of M ine
rot a. w\hileI 1lolben, Iowva capt aini, oc- i
i 'liie f~~ irst bRiN. .Northwesteorn 'S1
leader, Solli cull, plays second andi~
Captain DavNis of Indiana is a thbird
sac':l '.

If you arc a telephone siibscriber call Jimmie
thh Ad-Tak~er, ldial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged.
The RM chigan D aily reserves the right to
classify all wantIs ads nwier ap prop'riate head'
ings and to rexvise or wxithhold' a ieoiona1 ile
'is coinun clones at , I P. ATd.tate lprcceil
ing pul tlication. Notie tf ajic error wilt e.'
given in time for the second insertlion.
i CASH RATES
Ten ceents per ez ading line (oin the hasis of
five ax'er ag~e woirdis tai tlaline) itor ,' ixxr tw
;dine .xnts tier rradiing 15line for th)-e Or n-ore
I Cana c lassifieds ,eeeix ed at the Dily cuihce
in TPhe Press B uding onillMay nard Strecet.
CONTRACT PATES
Special standardized rates given on ap'plica-
tion.

N O'TICS
vo ou'll want a typewriter!
One Rem ngto1 ortable, $35.
Ono newo S~dr,$5.
to-th-Safi
.NOT1ICE "-The n ew IZoval PIor-tables
a~115( OW aohdi'play' at Rider's IYen
Shop, 315 StaiteS!. A wonderful
mahine. oo WIitl b interested.
Cafl anti, see thefm.

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F 01Z SA 1E1
FORl SAlA.1 -I 926 Ford Con pe. D~riven
I2,000 miles. Full y equtippedl. In
good c'ontion01. 1 'hone 4597.
I' 134-1 35-136
FO'0'R SALDE--Star Coupster, 1921>, very
goodl condition throughiott.
Ford Toutrinig, 1924. Tires in excel-
lent condition. $85.00 cash.
Foi'd Touring, 1923, with '27 plates.
jRuns fine. $50.00 cash. R. I1.
ALBER, X514, East W\tashington St.
Open evenings. 134-135
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring. $40.
Call 3283. t
FOR SALE-For hickory and oak
fireplace wood, call 9534.
131-13 2-1 33-134-135-136
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touring.
$40.00. Phone 9023 any afternoon
or evening and ask for McKee or
C ow.
FOR SALE-Ford ro~ 0 ster 1924:
'five tires, starter, demountable,E
good condition. 1617 Walhtenaw.
!!Phone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
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
{ WANTED
IWANTED--fiilain sewing, repairing
of any kiiid, or' dressmaking. Rea-
sonable prices. MRS. EM''MA BAS-
SO, 909 Sylvan Ave. 134-135-1363
WANTED-Students who like good
hot BARBIECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
WANTED-A few men who will work
and are willing to learn. Salary
and bonus. Arrange for interview
by calling 3079. Ask for L. U.
Smith., 132-133-134
WANTED-Students to board at $6
per week.' Private family. Phone
6059. 130-131-132-133-134-135
WANTED-Single room, by instruct-
or, preferably between Hlill and
Brooklyn. Phone Reichart 4720,,
about 6:30.
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5i'to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306

-Ann Arbor l inleogra ph tug sahop-ZIP
IDetroit St. Let us 'do your mimeo-
giraphing and -typewriting, First-
class work. Quick service. Lowest
prices. Dial 8683.
c-ale~ts-th ur-Sat
HEALTH Beginis when you phone
8428. C. M. Gibsona.,Chiropraictor, 36
Wuerth Arcade. ues-thrurs-gat-tf
POR collv(2n1i11ce, ,,1,P l and satisfasc-
tion, visit T~n'sl Barber
jShop. tues-thur-sat-
WVIlY WEAR "READY MADES" when
you call have a two pant suit built
to your measure for $137.50? Spring
styles now ready. T. B. LYONS,
-Williams at Maynard. ____--tt
TYP 11' h' TINE, and Miieograph.
ing promptly acid neatly dons
by experienced operators, at nmod-
erate rates. Thesis and, college
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Mtore, tt
NOTICE-Stoddard I-lair Shop. Try
one of our permanent waves, which
give a depthi and. softness to the
hair. 707 N University.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Taro Pat ch ................$102.00
Eight string's--beautiful tone. An
unusual instrument you will enjoy.
Tile.. ...................$05
A 'fine instrument of very high
quality.
Gultr....%......... ....... $12x.00
Theumost beaitftl guitar ever
shown. Comle in to 'see it.
Ukulele ................... ...$2.80
A special buy makes this low price
possible.
'leso -~aa; l.......$31.00
pmric'e includes case-Banjo has a
wood resonator-Big value.
-Plenty of tillho to pay.
Univ-ersity Mask.- Iouse.
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NOTICE

Bad Weather Drives
Ball Squad Indoors.
What Lardlner would call spring
weather greatly interfered with base'-
ball practice yesterday afternoon, the,
squad going through limbering up ex-
ercises and pep games in the field
house, and Coach F"ishiter called a
halt early in the afternoon.
With the infield almost dettled as
to the various positions, Coach Fisher
is b~nt on spending practically the re-
msainder of tile practice season look-
ing for two good outfielders to place
on either side of Captain Puckel-
war tz.
It is almost a certainty that Don
Miller will appear in right field when-
ever he is not pitching, because of his
hittiiig power. During the 1926 race
Miller played in almost every game
for just that reason, and this year,
Swhen Fisher is faced with more or
'less mediocre hitting, it is a safe
bet that he will use him at every
opportunity.
Just who will appear in left fie,
still is a~ mystery. The ineligibility
of Lange left a vacancy th~at twol
months ago was thought to be filled
in high style. Oosterbaan, although
-e li ppeared in. the outer gardens last
year, is a fixture at first base. Up to
theo present writing Froem.1 has been
used them in the majority of prac-
,tices, but he might be sidIetracked
in favor of Neiblung, who can play
either in the outfield or infield.
Puckelwartz, of course, is sure of cen-
Ster.
Back. of the plate "Gabby" Davis,
because of his experience, and ability
to handle the pitchers, is almost sure
to see service. True, he cannot hit as
well as R~eichman, nor throw as well
as Truskowski, but hisi knowledge
about a baseball game offsets these.

No more needs be said of Rusco Brake Lining. Ask the man-
who has them on his car. Our Laundry Service ranks us with the
best. Call us for appointments. r
Jim's Brake Service and Auto Laundry
417 EAST HUTRON ST. DIAL 9262

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FIRST METHODIST
Corner State a-nd. Wash. Sts.
!trtiiur W. Stalker, D. 1),, Minister
Parley C. Blngham, Associate-
Minister and Student Director.
Miss magaret Stair,
Student Director.
10:;30 A. M. -Morning worship.
Sermon: "The Victory of
Lent."

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
11.Edwrd ayls, iiiste Cornier Huron and Division Sts.
htoward It. Viupimin, Minister for
Students Xer~e H. Anderson, Minister

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FORDS - FORDS - FORDS.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHIURCH
Herbert A. Jump, Minister

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10:45-Sermon by Mr. Sayles on:
"6rI'lie Nobility of Love."
12:00-Church Sunday School.

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12 :00-Student Bible
Wesley 1-lall.

Classes atI

6:00 I?. M.--Annual Guild Easter
Supper.
7 :30 P.IM.-Easter drama: "Trie
.Mock," presented by the Wes-
leyan Players.

12:00-Two student classes meet
at Guild House. Dr. Water-
iman anl Mr. Chipman, in-
strucetors.
5: 30-Fiieidship Ion011.
6: 30-Discussion mreet lug. Earl'
Ruetz, '27I, leader. Subject:

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Lewis C. Reiniamn
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretaries for Students.
10: 4a-"i'he Vision Glorious:'
12: 00 --Opena Forum for student.
5:30- Social H'oui, and Supper.
10:45- "Fllng- Up the Sufferings
of Christ."

Helen Ramnsay, Student Diirector
! 10 :45-Rev. Carl Stackman will
preach. Mr. Stackmnan is
state superintendent of
work among young people.
6:30 P. M.-Discussion hour.
John Colder, chairmnan of
the Social Service Conn-
i° mission of the National
Council of Congregational
f churches, will speak.
8:O 'P. M.-Motion picture ser-
vice. John Colder will
speak.

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The Sack Suit
The distinctive appearance
and quiet harmony of Lux-
enberg clothes come through
the skillful uniting o1' con-
servative sty'e onesmPart

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron .ss.
'idmiey S. Robins, Miilster
April 3, 19 x7
10:45 A. M.
Morning service
" e.-N-at-n lug Prayer"
5:45 P. M.
Candlelight Supper
6: 30 P. M.
Mr. C. W. Hunt
"The Freedom of the WHIP"
"I wholly disagree with what
;on say, and will defend to the
death your i'ight to say' it."-Vol-
;aire.

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

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Fourth Ave. near Packrard St.
G. A. 'ClImnannI, Minister
0:00 A. ,ji. -Sunday school.
_1.0:00 A. M.-Regular mornig scer-
vice. Sermon subject: "Tilhe
'New Birth."
11:00 A. M.--Germnan service.
6:30 P. Al. - Young People's
League. Prof. T. H. Hild.
br'andt will lead the discus-
siozn.

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Rev. ilenry Lewis, Rector
Rev. T. L. Harris, Assistant
Fifth Sunday in Lent
-Passion Sunday
Holy- Communion, 8 A. M. (the
Church) ; 9:30 Harris Hall.
9:30-Church School service.
11:00 A. M.-Kindergarten.
10:00 A. M.-High School Discus-
sion Group led by Mies Vir-
*,iuia Mack and Mr. A. E.
Sawye r.
11:0 41 A. AL--Morning prayer, sere
mon and the Rite, of Con-
firmation by the Rt. Rev.
Herman Page, D. D., Bishop
of Michigan.

INOTICE
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tI
NOTICE-University. instructor wants
furnished house for academfc year
1927-28. Would care for large home
during owner's absence or sabbati-1
cal leave if rent is nominal. Harry
L. Samuel,. 320 East Washington St.
SatSunTu
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
S ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WIDTHE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
j c Wed-Fri-Sat
I NOTICE-The N'orth Ridge Company
#will have a representative from the
Toledo Branch to interview men
ffor spare time and summer work.
Those who qualify are given salary!
plus bonus. Representative will be
at 332 East Jefferson Thursday and
Friday. 132-133-134
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone.
6365 evenings. $22 to, $30. 01
DANCING Every Saturday night, Dix- j
newa.Plymuthspavedroadwr-at-ton
bora.Plymilesoutedroadw r-a-on
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly -and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. tU
1NOTICE-Hear the new Orthoponlc
Victorr Record of "Ima Little Bit
jFonder of You." By Warrings
Pennsylvanians, at Schaeberle &
Son Music House, 110 So. Main. tf
TYPEWRITER* RIBBONS AND

Our entire stock of u d cars has
been put into first class running con-
l
dition and the prices asked are in
many cases much lower than the
value given. A car for every puirse
and every 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 422%.

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B'nai B'rith
HILLEL FOUNeDATION

jZION LUTHERAN-CHURGII
j Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. Stelilhorn, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Bible study.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES -
Corner 11111 and Tappan
JRemetli B. Blowen, Pastor

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
} (Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUJER, Minister.
9 :00 A. M.-Germnan service.
10:00 A. M.-Bible Study.
11;:00 A. M.-English service.

FORD SALES ANDf SERVICE:1
31Q-324 E. Huron St.
Grcationfor
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Sunday, April 3, 1927

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