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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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WOLVERINES ENTRAIN 'Barton, Moore, And Stephens Remain '
((ontinued from Page Si )InAn Arbor Fo~rEtr Tennis NAYorL THIS ATHIFS
cldhfind is batting ",y on hie A n xtaCOLUMN La i i CLUM

Our rapid turnuor insure,,s rreeb

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(By Asoicd Press) tFi). Ilexil oHoubt1O'Jl t z li, r Fee of Mic higau's six: highest have (daily workouts with Coach I lut-
NEIKtArl 7 Ro s i~* - [ r t e gu lar pOativn Gon th I i ]£ ranking Varsity tennis players are to chins, anid several of tie of her canl-!
. ,ewYr Gitsentba(. hetmtisyaaodig t sty in Alin Arbor over the spring re- 'didtates may also join the spriteg
nnadthe 1,167 shares of stock he Coach 1I i ;he:, is olie of the best seen; t aeadatg o h'dddsud
ho :lds in the t. Louis Cardinals, to 'at Meia in many yeazrs. If the iweek for practice on the Ferry field Plans are also under way to sche-!
' L ~ form a problem which will en- IIIccr [ find their form, and parr, ble clay _courts which have been available dole special mnatchles with severe! ten-
"cto holdmbnth cncentatitnofl tel;ietga oi2the past several days. Barton2, nis clubs. in nearbly cities as hits been
tilecoiliid c~iceitrttio~ " hevy rtileryshold hve nisi oore, antd Stephens are Iplanninig to l done in prlevious years.
all the National League club owner; I successful seaxon1, in heis opinion. ~ --____ __ - --___

I AT 3 P.M. U A DVERTFISING L I AT 3 P.. '

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tonorr ow morning. All the mien have showni good fornm
Mleeting at 11 o'clock at the Wijlliamj- at hat, with Oostcrbaani, Corriden,l
Pell] hotel 'in Pittsburgh, at the call' and WVeint raub as the most ottand- j
of President Johnw A. Heydler, they ing. The Michigu an "first foul" xili11
will endeavor to decide whether he i3 probably cause the oppaosing pitchers;
right in ruling that so long as Hors,- much trouble before the season ends1
by is financially interested in a rival; Coach Fisher said.
club he cannot play, ball with the! Following the game at Kentucky
Giants. the tea will engage Vanderbilt in
Hiornsby had the stock last' year ,a two game series, April 11 and 12,1
when hie was manager of the Cards; April 13, and 14 are tho (kites set
and retained it when he was traded: for the meetings with le Cer, at. Ma-'
to the Giants. His lowest price for the' con, Ga. University of C('org ia will en1-
stock has been $105 a share while the; tertain the Wolverine,, April 15 and
highest Sam Breadon, president of the 16, andi the game0 with Cilcilnatl U
Cardls, has offered $60. Heydler's plans, April 18, will conplete thle rti(
for arbitration have not gone through.1 trip.!
-- Purdue will invade Ann Arbor for"
INDIANA. - Nineteen students re- tlhe opening Conference game of th

Edgeworth
is always
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If you arc a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
th Ad-Taker. Dial 21214, and your want ad!
will be charged.i
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to !LGiSlP -ill
classify all wants ads undler app~rop~riate head- ' J-j- fop pmu
ings and to revise or withhold objectionabie t l
'hscolutmn clones at 3 P. Ml. date preced-
ing pul lication .N otice of anv error must be LOS'-Pi 1E
,nven in time for the second insertion. t h Is W. Ii
CASH RATES t Ic. F. W. V
Ten cents per reading Iiue (on. the basis of j _._ .
five aver age words to the liile) for one .ir two LOS T '-A gI
inser tions.
Nine -eats per readling line for three or more ! dne r
Cashrclassifiedscceived at the Daily 3officFr
in The Press Building on M:aynard Street.
CONTRACT RATES4
Special btandardized rates given on applica-'
Lo n FOR SAL M-

LOS~4T

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tfinding a G

K.A. fraternity pin. Ini-
R. G. Reward if returned
Weitzel, 1824 Geddes. 139
,ray topcoat at fraternity
day nighlt. Call Stephens,
138-139
,FOR SALE
-Ford Touinig, '27 plates.
s, t op, curtains, starteor.
ne onl your.vacation. -$45.
lStat e. Phone 6417. 139

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WANTEP-
WANTED-Graduate student wishies
roomi in private home. 1391
WANTED-We can employ a number
of U. of Michigan freshmen, sophio-
mores, and juniors this summer!
who need funds for next year's
term. Salary and tuition. Comnmu-
nicate at once with M. M. Croen,
514 Lafayette Bldg., Detroit, Mich.,
or call personally while on vaca-
tion. _138-139
WANTED.STUDENTS to know that!
,am pays from $5 to Ro) for old
suits and overcoats.
121 B. ANN DIAL 4306,
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FOR PENT
FOR RENT-One single room with'1j
running water. Also'a, garage.
Phone 21815. 119 North T~hayer.
139
FOR RENT-One four and one five
room 'apartment. Vacant soon.
Furnished or unfurnished. Phone
3403. 1391
FOR RENT-Large 4ouble room on!
second floor, single room on first
floor for man or woman and with
board if (desired. 723 Oakland.
137-138-139

FOR SALE--Large new cedar chest.
$10. Call 21442. 139i
FOR SALE, OR RENT--Mlost desir-
able large rooming house, dear
campus. Furnished complete. Will
pay for itself, Reasonable terms.;
Phone 4454 evenings. 139
FOR SA LE--Cadil lac SS roadlster
with rumble seat. Motor and tires
0. K. Can be seen at 502 East
Madison, or call Leenhonts, pho~ne
5017. 137-138-139
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring. $40.1
Call 3283. _______ tf
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touring.1
$40.00. Phone 9023 any afternoon!
or evening' and ask for McKee or;
Gow,
FOR SALE-Ford roadster 1924;
five tires, starter, demountable,
good condition. 1617 Washtenaw.
Phone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
-1YPO .RITERS--All makes. , sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
Stained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona Typewriters, Inc. t
1 VOTICE

Good tires
Drive lhom
548 South

stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a mod vrate price. 0. D. M OlR-
RtILL. 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tt
TO DRIVE IfOMllt:EASTER
Fordi Coupe 19241 -A fine little clos-
ed car for $175.00) cash.
Ford Roa:dster" 1926-Wire Whelels
andl lilloons, Iluinpers. Can be
bought chea p.
P ord touring 1V24-11n excellent
condition. $65.00 ('ash.
I It. 14 .v A ,' I E Z.
51 i 1 :, it sl 37-138-139
DANCING Every Saturday ign, ix
bora. 5 miles out Broadway ot
new Plymouth paved road. fri-sat-tf
GRAND PIANO
Will purchase an instrument of
standard make itf price is right.
University 1Muslc House
TENOR GUITAR
Tunes and p~lays 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.
fuiver sity Mutsic House
NOTICE-The new 1oyal Portables
are now on display at RIder's Pen
Shop, 315 State St. A. wonderful
machine. Youi will bc interested.
Call and see themi.
rjiY PE WVINlTI.N G If t l . ieogrltp.
lng promptly and neatly done
by exeperienced operators at mod-
erate rates. Thesis and college
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tt
NOT.1I C E

Gilbert's

page & Sbuaw

JUILLERET'S
302 S. State St.
Originality
See Our Line of

Easter
Candies
American RugY
Cleaning Work's
There are only a few in
the United States like this
high grade works, and none
other near you.
D~ial 811; 1032-40) Green St.
Oriental Rugs
'1ashed by
Experts
Original (Colors
Are 'Restored.
Pure Sops.
Rug s Repaired.
Reference : Ann Arbor
Savings Bank or your
neighbor.

NOTICE-Student wishes to share
expenses with party driving to up-
per Michigan for vacation. Call
Frimodig at 9697. 138-139
SAXOPHIONES
We can use a few saxophones if
in salable condition. Must be thor-
oughly cleaned.
University Music Hlouse
ANN' ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
IWorks. Rugs Shampooed. Phone,
6513. daily-tf
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. ti
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prlceA
Phone 7345. t
STS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Isetgutiful fabrics for your
{winter overcoht.
WILD THlE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
j Phone 5069
c Wed-Fri-Sat
j News Leters ,ind College Printing.
IPrices ,aid service right.
Da'vis Ohlinger, Prompt Printers
109-111 E. Wash. St. Dial 8132
WFS-tf

F'ORDJS - FORDS - FORDS,

Our entire stock of used cars has'
been put into first class running con-
dition and the prices asked are in,
wany cases much lower than the
value given. A car for every purse
andl every car worth the money. Come
in, pick out your car and drive it
homxe. We have roadsters, touring,
coupes, Tudors, four dloors, $35 to
1$345.
The very one you want is here.
Talk to Mr. Gauss. P14one 4229.
FORD SALE~S AND SE~RVICE
310.320 E. Huron St.

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READ THE WADST ADS

iNOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher man-
S dolin, banjos, guitar, chord con-
straction. Dial 4757.
Wed., Fri;~, Sun., tf
TrOIunoivPsi' Barber Shop has sat-
isfied Students for 40 years,
sun-wed-f0i
NO't',ICE---Hear the new Orthoponic
Victor Record of "Ima Little Bit
1+ luier of You." By Warrings
Pennsylvanians, at Schaeberle &
Soan Music House, 110 So. Main. tf

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$10.00

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slim front

strap of unique
d e s ign gives
slenderizing lines
to t h is Rose
Blush Patent
slipper. The heel
is of Blonde Pat-

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strap is a com-
bination of Rose
Blush and Blonde
Patent sewed on
elastic which
makes it cling to
the instep at all
times.

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Snug lines that cling
like clinging vines
As clinging as a clinging 'vine is this smart new
Walk-Over. It is smart because it clings. It
/clings because, like all Walk-Overs, it is made
with the perfect understanding of tailoring that
civ t oT~iacmnt fttt tFnn. i

Silk
Hosiery for
Every
Occasion
$~1.85 and
It 1.95

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