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WED~SDAY, APRIL 6, 1~27 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CanadianUQckeyistsl SEL.ECT CONTESTA NTS FOR INDOOR I Theta Xi Wins Class' QQLF COURSE ~ VAL~E A F
Refuse Pyle's Offer' GYMNASTIC MEET THIS AFTERNOON 'B' Basketball iS OPEN FOR SEASON1 p.m ~ I
__ Tjtl~t __ I "I
Men who will compete in the in- Rope climb ~tecXer Scott Yale university s new golf course CLOSES Im
MON rREAL, April 5-Members of door gymnastic meet this afternoon Slinait Pochelon, Curiuc, Crosby ani I heta Xi Won the class B interfra- was opened 1as~ Meek and will b~ AT 3 P.M. ADVER'T'IS
thu Les Ca~iadiens, a local national at 3 o'clock in Waterman gymnasium Richards tei n tv basketball championship .when available to student s play from now *
V.ockey league club, have refused t e have been selected and those named Shot put: IThafy, Green, Black, it downed the Phi Sigma Delta team on. The course is certain to be in ___________________________________
offev of C. C. Pyle, sports promoter arc to renort at the time of the meet. I)ouglass, and Mitchell. 11 to 5 in a slow game Tuesday night. imuch better shape this year than It LQ ST
to play a seics of exhibition games The incet held among the best per- high jump: Otto, 1-hart, Ihowerman, The game was marked by the close was during last season, as niany im- ______________ -__________ -~
in Los Angeles. The reason for their formers in five events comes as a cli- Windsor, Kianse, Steurnagel, John- guarding of ihe Theta Xi team, hold- proven~ents have been effected. LOSTUOId fountain pen, between NOTICI
i efusal is that most of the men al- max to the indoor gymnastic season son and Mitchell. lug its opponents to two field goals. Sub-draining has been done on the lull Auditorium an(l Natural Sci- plate
ready have other p~sitloim. which closes thIs week. According to j .Standing broad jump: Cha~man~~ Ruston, Theta Xi, with six points fair-ways and low spots on si'x holes ence building. Reward. Phone turn
Pyle has also made otTers to the ~he instructors some fast men h'ave Wiener, Bowermnan, Wright, Leslie, was high scorer of the game, I In the last nine, the greens ha4e been 6967. 137 5949.
Montreal Maroons and it is belieyed been discovered in the vax ions events. Slagle, Clever, Otto, Quint. Fischer,! Thu
that he will attempt to secure an- The rest of the Freshman physical I Shuart, and Crosby. , is game concluded the winter gone over, and exceptional care taken -------- --~-- --------- --
schedule of the Intraxnur~il depart- to insure good fairways. Nearly all I LOST-Green Scheaffer pencil be-
other team from tl~e Toronto Mapletraining will consist of out door work. 50 yard dash: ('hapin, Magnuson, meni. Yesterday afternoon the van- !the matches scheduled for the Var- tween University Hall and Alumni I P
Leafs. 1-Ic intends to send two teams The entrants in this afternoon's IJowerumian, Shafer, Ahlstrom, Pre- ous championship teams were photo- i sity and Freshman teams will be play- Dueniorid.l. ('all 62~l. 135-l3~i-l37 J)avk
I 109-ill
of 10 mon each to the coast. meet are: cobb, Booth, Hart, iloinig, Green. I graphed. ed on the course this spring. I LOST - Brown woven grass chain
- about four feet long Saturday even-
ing in Mack's store or on Main S~EVl.
or Huron Streets. Valued as heir- To
loom. Reward. Call 6455 after Ford
5:30 P. M 136-137 ed c~
I IVANTED Ford
5<. . I ___ ___ - and
WANTED--Seven hicycIe~, three Ia- bougi
dies, four men's Call 9142 between
12-i and 6-S P iM 137-1,38 Ford
-. - WANTED-Single room, by instruct-
or, preferably between lull and
T~~ MA NS SHoP BrooUyn. Phone Rekhart 4720,
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Snrn pays from $5 to $2~ for old
su1t~ and overcoats. DIAL 4306 NOTICI
E. ANN dohin,
struci
.4--.
/
FOR RENT Tro~nn
FOR RENT-Large double room on isfied
second floor, single room on first
floor for man or woman and with
~4bt141 .~ board if desired. 723 Oakland. NOTIC]
1 137-138-139 Victo
I - Poncb
) J I FOR RENT-Rooms, single, double penn
0 or light housekeeping. 318 East Son .1
Jefferson St. Phone 21542. 137 ________
FOR SALE Will'
- standar
FOR SALE-Cadillac SS roadster 1
I I with rumble seat. Motor and tires
1 0. K. Can be seen at 502 East I Tune~
Madison, or call' Leenhouts, phone new in
5017. 137-138-139 tone. (
utes.
FOR SALE-Small, attractive house, you pla
two blocks south of campus, suit- 1
able for faculty family. Address
Box 171. 135-136-137
_____________________ NOTIC]
If' Fabrics Call 3283. Shop,
FOR SALE--1921 Ford Touring. $40. are n
mach
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touring. Call
-
or evening and ask for McKee or TY ~
Cow.
-~ big
FOR SALE-Ford roadster 1924; by e~
five tires, starter, demountable, erate
good condition. 1617 Washtenaw. work
Phone 9117. Boyer Or Farquhar. D. Mc
_________________ - Typw
then you'll doubly appreciate the "G and K ~, rear axle guaranteed. $50.00.
FOR SALE-1923 Ford Roadster, ex-
a 430 5. Fifth. 136-137
Special".-the country's foremost college suit. FO~SA~b~3.e(~5
For it is shown in exceptionally fine fabrics $100 cash. Newly
coed. Engine in excellent condi-
tion. Phone 21502
that are distinctivdy different - and exclu -________________
I TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
sive. The ut.tnost exclusiveness is possible ed. Largest and best stock to be
because our manufacturers comb the woolen anywhere. 0.
17 NIckels Arcade. Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Con-
markets the world over for the finest, and ona Typewriters, Inc.
most trustworthy fabrics; for the most dis- I _______NOTICE . Our
NOTICE-Want companion for rip
tinctive patterns. next few days. Will' do night
toward Denver. Leaving within been pu
driving. Dial 5663. 137-138 dition
But more than that - our manufacturers SAXOPHONES many

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- \\'hoevem' fcummd d ra~~ in
s in histology will kiudjy ~
them to Phiii~ Rudin. Tv
Let ter,~ a iid Vol leg'e Priul iII~
rices and serxice right.
& Obliuger. Pr9!npt Prliutei
WFS-
i)RiVE. JIQM~E EASTER
Coupe 1.924-- A tihe little clo~
in for $175.00 caxh.
Roadster i')26 Wire Whey
Balloons. Bumpers. ('an I~
mt cheap.
touring 1924-In excellem
tion. $65.00 cash.
R. 11. ALDER
514 E. Washington
OPEN EVENINGS
136-1 37-138-13
~--1\lell Gillespie, reacher mar
banjos, guitar, chord con
Lion. Dial 4757.
Wed., Fri., Sun,, I
~wskl's Barber Shop has sal
Students for 40 ycars.
sun-wed-fi
21~-..~Ilear the new Orthoponi
r Record or "Ima Little B
an of You." By Warring
~ylvanians, ~.t Schacherle
vlusic House, 110 So. Main. I
t~RAND PIANO
purchase an Instrument c
d make if price is right.
Lrniversity Music house
TENOR ~WTTAR
~ and plays like a uke.
strument of a very pleasin
~an be leariued in a few mm
special price, $15A10. Pay a
y.
Juiversity MIJ.SiC house
i~-The new Royal Portable
ow on display at Rider's Pe
315 State St. X wonderft
me. You will be intereste
~ind see them.
~RIT1Nt~ and Mimeograph
promptly and x~eatly don
cperienced operators at mod
rates. Thesis ~nd colleg
a specialty for 19 years. (
irrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. Tb
niter and Stationery Store. I
N0ThCJ1
IRDS - FORDS - FORDS
untine stock of used cars ha
:t Into first class running con
and the prices asked are 1;
cases much lower than th

We can use a few saxophones if
in salable condition. Must be thor- value g
oughly cleaned.
create many of their own fabrics. W ith their ANN University Music House and eve
knowledge of the tastes and preferences of
ARBOR CARPET C1e~ning in, pici
Works. Rugs Shampooed. P~ione home.
6513. daily-ti
university men they suggest textures, &sign TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop coupes,
patterns and originate color combinations to 1103 E. Washington. P one $345.
-__6365 evenIngs. $22 to $30. ti
that are particularly adapted for college quickly typed at popular prices.
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
clothes. so Phone 7345. U
And in a and K Special" suit I TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND
you can easily satisfy your desire for the ut- Our rapiti turnover Insures a fresh The
-.1 ~~I.*d-11* * stocl~ best qual. Talk to
most in ~x~usiveness-in lnutviuuaiity-rn - - ity at a mo~Ierate price. 0. D. MOB-
RILL, 17 NIckels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. 0. Smith & Corona
distinctiveness. And at an extremely moder- J -. Typewriters, Inc. U -
ate tOO. SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very Teas-
price, onable prices, tailored or reaily-
- made. We have a wonderful van-
I et~ of patterns. Repairing also a
I specialty. Is~autiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
$48 ~o $68 -I WILD THE TA1YLOR
FOR

lyon. A car for every puns
ny car worth the money. Coin
c out your car and drive I
We have roadsters, tourln~
Tudors, four doors, $35 t
very one you want is her
Mr. Gauss. Phone 4229.
D SALES AND SERVICE

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