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THE MIC-IIQAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

COAC IMAN MCNADIAN SEEKS'"SeIN smllerPetersen, Kimball, 1. A. C.
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' 3oro Thani 1(3!1 Cadidates Expected
To Rteport For Spring Practice
Sessions Saxon
ALUMNI AWARD TROPHYI
SpIrng football practice will begin'
Paesday, pril 19, according to an an-1
;icme~ic~.nt mde by Coach Tad Tie-
-Vore tan 100 Tien are expected to
turn out[ for the practice sessions this
:aar;;;. Ho Mst of these aspirants will
be mnembers of last fall's Varsity, re-
serve-, and freshman tennis, although]
any st udent on the carms is urged toC
report if hie desires to learn the rudi-#
inents co' football.
spigfootball drills consist parins-
cipally of learning the fundamental,
of the gampe. The coaches aim to give
all the candidates a thorough training
in th~ie elements of football.
As an incentive to the players, the
Chicago Alumni association has of-
fered a trophy to the, man who shows
the best all-around ability and spirit
du tring the / spring training sessions.
This trophy is a~warded upon four
counts, regularity of attendance, spirit
and morale, improvement in tech-I
W(irue, . anti value as a 'varsity can-
didal.e. The various players are grad-j
ed by the coaches, the one receiving
the highest rating being awarded the
The Chicago Alumni trophy is in
the form of a silver football, actual
size. 1) aiy Baer, star tackle of the 1926j
grid team, received the honor in 1925.]
Last spring the trophy was awarded=
to George Rich, wvho won a place on

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(By Associated Press) nitiller':; record time of 49 4-5 seconds! F1,17ROIT, April 6.--Mlanager Mor-
CHICAGO, Ill., April 6--A world's f' a 6f)-foot: pool. ;arty of the Detroit Tigers is having
record is on the books today as the The only other chamlinshlp evert ti oublc arranging a batting lineup in
annual national senior A. A. U. swim-:'oi the nrogralnnme was the~ low board !which the wvork of his sluggers will
ing championship goes into its sec- fancy divng, t h h wii won by Mai' show to best advantage.
wid fday at thi- Chicago Athlet ic AS- Siniaiki, a young Egyptian of the, A general shift was tried out yes-
sociation here. Ambassador club, Los Angele3, Cal.; terday at Dallas but with disastrousx
!The Illinohi Athletic Club teamIn, 'Pte xwinner, W\ho two years zig o was! esult s and further changes are ints
swimin in l the :3a00-ya ud inectfll yrefioppinf; oft a board in the ile in anyI) prosp~ect.1
ttsbiniat all sifelOW mlore grace and, Manush was advanced to second;i
lay, established a mark: of 1:06 1-5 hislki!l t11in :ivel 'iin lhe meet,.iIe from third place and ~Malius, prc-
i he finals last night. It sthe lii t has arheat that ligt haIve it ace r viously second In the order was
time that the event has r;w 1all11 lha raoh ht e on essed thast h.li~a:;; (1,opped to sixth, Rublie, left fielder,E1
a , eni( r national conli p i(JiI.. It- only b)'nfldiving in comuh"11 tion for' a 'displaced Manuish in third place, and!
plunge for distance becing discar'ded vear and a half. Ilie hails f'romz Alex-j Heilmnann was advanced to the clean-
# nisfvr ani dna, Egypt. aop Ouiion from sixth place.
It is a recognizedl event in inter-
collegiate spor'ts, lrowver, and ltiheE.
best previous time was 8:09 2-5 made
by the United States Naval Academzy COLLEGE:,.MEN AND WVOMEN
at Anniatepolis. f ~ ~ ~ 'wllfrr
The record-miaking team was comn- When i h vcnt o tt and P~ackard,wilfn the -
I posed of Johnny Weissnaullcr, lich-, PArCKARD RESTAURANTr, American cooking, a good place
ard IPeterson and A. AV. Kimball. The 1oet ne nwmngmnt n vrthn7lenw
medlley rely calls for 100 vaIr(Is ack - tca.Udrnwm ag etnd vryhgele e.
stroke, 100-yard breast-stroke and too7 3 P C AR
yard free-style ini that order.
Johnny Wveissznuller, the greatest'
swiminci- in America and the holdler
of 50 or more recordls, swamn thebak
stroke, building up a lead of approx- = f Jl/ I~J
inaeya yard, over the Brooklyn = HE XR E 1l F . A n 14E
Central Y. M. C. A. which was second(. ;" - r ,' U T
jetersen swans the breast-Stroke and!1 S C . iV
jheld his own for the Illinois A. C. !.{
Kimball finished in a welter of foam $ 75
in the free style to winl the chiani - They fit and retain that fit because they are-
ptsonslxip in recordl tirno. Brooklyn f
was second and the New York Athletic? strictly hand-tailored, woven from crisp,
Club third.= long flr otenwo
In. the trials, earlier in the after-fibreNorthen wool
noon, the Detroit Yachit Club team FRED $.J ?V. '.G IOS,f 309 So MAIN r
composed of Clarence .Boldt, Don IVc- =
Clellan and and Lez Nevinle, was eohmi-
miated, finishing last in the second}
heat.
Weissniuller also won the 100-yard
free-style championship in the slow M ns L ts r o 15c'
time of :51 2-5 seconds. Waiter Laufer
of Cincinnmati, who was expected toIII_
force the I. A. C. star to his utmostIA1
withdrew from the finals on account Men's Athli c Suits,50
of illness. With a temperature of 103'
degrees Laufer swam. and won his
hieat in the century in the atron Men's Two- Piece Athletic*,
Walter Spence' of the Brooklyn
Central Y. M. C. A. was second andI
JyeW.Hall, of Indianapolis Ath-~U d r e r ~
letic Club was thurd. The time of!
51, 2-5 seconds was tar under Weiss-,
LIPTON ORDERS YACHT The Ann Arbor Dry Goods Companyj
FOR 1929 CUIP RAGE: 316 South Main St.
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If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie NOTJICE
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want aid
will be charged.
The Michigan D~aily reserves tht right to ' 1' ; h{'l: {1I ! i d! ; 11:
classify .11 wants ads under appropriate'ha-ICIBN
ings and to revise or withhold objectioniable ; rrpdtr~ve nue rs
copy. ;Ol ai unvrilue ls
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- 1 clock and you tsectire the best qua!-
ing putication. Notice of any error must be ilva .[mk aepie ,1_M P
given itt time for the second insertion. fYa nd'aeirc.0 ..MR
CASH RATES 1RltA4. 17 Nlckels Arcade, Phone
Ten cents per readting line (on the basis of 66I15. Dealer: L. C. Smtith & Corolla
five average words to the line) for odle 1> two Trypewriters, Inc. tt
insertions. ____ _____ _______
Nine rents per reading tine for three or more NOTrICE--Hats cleaned and blocked.
insertions.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office 5 All kinds of shoes, Ceaned, dyled and
in The Press TBuilding on Maynard Street. repa11ired. S(i i liadin gwtratlste.
CONTRACT RATES A ~N1;.ARHOJ', 1101.Oi', 6%E. lerty.
Special standardized rates given on applica- c-Tnes.-Tbu rs.-Salt.
tion.
LOS TODRVEHO E Ford Coupe 1924-A line little clos-
LOST---A g ray topcoat at fraterniity1 ed car for $175.001 cash.
(lance, Friday night. Call Stephens, ____

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Canadian junmior lightweight chamn-
pion7. nowy training for his match with
I'. ad" Morgan, junior lightwveight titl-
i st, schedluled for April 18 at Van-
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last year's championship football; The bout was supposed to have
squad, taken place long ago, but was post-
Those Varsity football men who are poned whren the champion stubbed his
participating in other, sports will not great toe.
report for spring pra~ctice. These in-'
ludie, Oosterbaan, Truskowki, 'and '1AFiill
Gilbt'rt, all of whom are trying out ┬░for Ply Yal
Coach Ray-Fishier's baseball squad. For Hockey Crown
MANY E NTRIE R ECEIVED ( NEW YORK, April 6-Two Nationa:
FOR KANSAS RELAY MEET league group champions, Ottawa' Sen-
ators and Boston Bruins taped up
LAWRENCE, Kas., April 6-Al- their hockey sticks' afresh today for
though the official announcement of the final series in the annual Stanley
the ?grogram of-'events for the fifth, cup playoffs for the world professional
annual Kansas Relays was only re- I championship.
cently sent out and. some five weeks The Bruins won into the final I
remain before the holding of the l round by beating thme New York Rail-
event, April 23, on the Memorial Sta-1 gers, champions of -the American
cium track of the University of Kan- section (luring the regular season, 3 1
sas here, thirty-six institutions al- goals to 1 in Madison Square gardens
ready have signified that they will last night. Ottawa was able to de-
send athletes to compete. 1 fend a season of pace-makting in the
Ten universities, fifteen colleges, international group with victory over.
and eleven high schools outside of Montreal Canadiens, although the con-
Kansas, are represented in the'prelim- test last night resulted in a 1-1 tie.
inary entry cards already received. Total goals scored during the two
In the University class entries are game series measured the standard of
Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and North- the four teams and on that basis Bos-
western of the Western Conference, ton was returned a winner 3 goals to
Oklahoma, Nebraska and Washington, 11. Neither Bruins nor Rangers could
of the Missouri- Valley Conference,I score in their first meeting at Boston'
Marquette University, Rice Institute( Saturday. Ottawa took a lead of 4 to
of H-ouston, Tex., and the University 0 with the first win over Canadiens
of Nevada. Practically all of the ten Saturday and ran the series advantagef
members of tbrd Missouri Valley Cone (Ito 5-1 in the tie last night.
ference are sure to enter,, also one The championship series between
or two more Big Ten schools and Boston and Ottawa will open in Bos-
numerous other universities such as ton tomorrow. The teams will play
Texas, Oregon Agricultural College! jive gaines if necessary with the world
and Notre Dame. 1ttle conceded the winner of three
_ I tussles. The B~ruins also entertain Ot-
BAY CITY.-The grand stand at tawa Saturday with the third contest
Clarkson park here has been burned1 schieduled in the Canadian city about
by~ a'fire of unknown 'origin. 1April 12.

39(16. 138-139!
LOST-Elg-ini wrist watch at Union.
Phone 4051.- 138'
IWANT El
WANTED-We can emp~loy a number I
of UT. of Michigan freshmen, sophio-
mores, and juniors this summer;
who need funds for next year's
term. Salary and tuition. Commnu- I
nicate at once' with M. M. Croon,
514 Lafayette Bldg., Detroit, Mich.,'
or call personally while on vaca-
tion. 138-139
WANTED-Room for remainder of
semester, perhaps summer. Gradu-I
ate Miller, C10 South Division. :135
WANTED-Students who like good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. At.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
WANTED--Seven bi cycles, three la-
dies, four mnen's. Call 9142 between
12-1 and 6-8 P. M\. 137-138
WANTED-Single room, by instruct-
or," preferably between Bill and
Brooklyn. Phtone Reichart 4720,
about 6:30.
WANTED STUDENTS to know 4th~t
$aIII pays fromi $5 to $25 for old
suits and overconts.
121 +!i ANN- DIAL 4806
FOR RENT ,

Ford touring 1924-In
condition. $65.00 cash.

R. H-. ALBERt
514 E. Washington
OPEN EVENINGS
136-1 37-133-139
NOTICE-Bear the itew Orthoponte
Victor Record of . ,ina Little Bit
Fonder of You." By Warrings
Pennsylvanians, at Schaeberle&
Son Music House, 110 So: Main. tf
FRAME1 them nowe-your Fraternity
pictures and shingles. Ann Arbor's
only professional picture framer.
306 S. State St 'sunders.
Now you'll want a typewriter!
One Remington Portable, $35.
Two' Coron~a Portables, $25 eachl.
One Underwood Standard, $35.
Phone Landis 3439.
tu-th-sat
HEALTH Begins whzen you plip e
8428. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 35
Wuevth Arcade. toes-thurs-sat-tt
FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
tion, visit Trojitowslds Barber
Shop. toies-thur-sat
All makes of typewriters for sale or
rent. Excellent machines at rea-
sonable prices, for 'rent. Prompt
repairing by experienced workmn.
Courteous servipe. Auita} Brand
Ribbons and Carbons. Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State Street.
sun-tues-thurs-tt
GRANT} PIANO
Will purchase an instrument of
standard make if price is right.
University Music House
TENOR GUIITAR
Tunes, and plays like a uke. A
new instrument of a very pleasing
tone. Can be learned in a few min-
utes. Special price, $15.00. Pay as
you play.
University Mu1sic House
NOTICE-The new Royal Portables
are now on dlisplay at Rider'i Pen
Shop, 315 State St. A wonderf'ul
machine. Y'ou will be interested.
Call+ and see them.
TYPE WRITING and Mnfogralpb.
Ing promptly and ueatlyj done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates.' Thesis anq college
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
+D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tt
NOTICE

Ford Roadster 19326*-Wire Whmeels
and Balloons. Bumpers. Can be
bought cheap.

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iNEW Y IUI\, April 6.-Sir Thomas'
Lipton, yachtsman, wants the Aiper-
ican cup onl his mantelpiece but is
willing to wait until 1928 to makel
his bid with another Shamrock.
Hale and hearty, despite his 771I
years, and jovial "because of them, I
Sir Thmas arrivedl here yesterday i
on the Leviathan to tell about his
plans for lifting the famous trophy.{
Already, he said, he has instructed
William Fife, Scottish builder who do- I
signed the first and third Shamrocks,
to lay plans for a 1929 contender.
You can Duplicate the
Typewrfters.
Elsewhere, but not I
Rider's Servicej

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FOR RENT-MAodern five-room house.
1342 Volland. Dial 21815. Suitable
for interne 'and wife. 138

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lkson new aspect o
lif e, tiny bWadc-s' 4 grass shoot
up out of the earth and flowers
and trees burst into full bloom.

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For Youra
Old Clothes
Call Sam
DIAL 4306

What more suitable time is
here than Easter 'to renew all
of your old frienj ships and
strengthen the nev~ ones?
Gibson Greeting Cards for
Easter will serve the purpose
admirably. They are now~ on
deslay in our store.
f'IarrQn
112 S. Main Phone 4515

TH" wE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARBOR
OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN MICIIGAN

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FOR RENT-Larige double room on
second floor, single room on first
floor for man or woman and with
board if desired. 723 Oakland.
137-138-139
'OIR SALE
FOR SALE-Cadillac SS roadster
'with rumble seat. Motor and tires
V0. K. Can be seen at 502 East
IMadison, or call Leenhouts, ' phone
I5017. 137-138-139
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring. $40.
Call 3283. tf
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touring.
$40.00. Phone 9023 any afternoon
or evening and ask for M\cKee or
Gow.
FOR 1 SAL E-Ford roadster 1924;
five tires, starter, denountable,
good condition. 1617 Washitenaw.
Phone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
FOR SALE-Ford Sedan,1, Fordor.
Five demountable tires, Newly Du-
coed. Engine in excellent condi-
tion.- $100 cash. Phone 21502.
136-137-138
ITYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
,,ren ted, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL,
er:Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-.
ona Typewriters, Inc. tt
NOTICE
NOTICE-Student wishes to share
expenses with party driving to up-
per Michigan for vacation. Call
Frimodig at 9697. 138-139
NOTICE-Do not leave Michigan until
you have preserved your diploma
by the famous drum-head mount
process. Let's talk it over. J. B.
Saunders, exceptional framing. 306
South State St. tu-th-sun
NOTICE-Would like to drive with
1someone to or toward Kentucky
this week-end. Willing to chauf-
feur or. share expenses. Watson
Clay, student. Phone 3204. 138
NOTICE-Want companion for trip
Itoward Denver. Leaving within
next few days. Will do night
driving. Dial 5663. 137-138
SAXOPHONES
jWe can use a few saxophones if
in, salable condition. Must be thor-
oughly cleaned.
University Music House
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tt
#NOTICE-Stoddard' Hair Shop. Tryj
} nein of or u nrmanntwaves. which1

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Hats and Topcoats

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Eo''aster Orders,
Early
Avoid the 'last minute shortage and confusion:
you also save telegraph charges.
We reserve stock for all advance orders,

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Hlats, sinall
introducing

Vacation
just received a very large assortment
n ode of the smartest styles for Spring
11 brims and tapering crown, and are
them at a special price this week.
$4.75 and $5.95

FORDS - FQRDS - FORDS
9ur entire stock of used cars has
been, put into Birst class running con-
dition and the prices asked are in
many cases much lower than the
value given. A car for every purse
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.

Topcoats'
Also a very complete lne of Spring Topcoats in
greys and tans, cut according to the newest style
and reasonably priced.

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Talk to Mr. Gauss.

Phone 4229. k

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