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T'UESDAY, IFEBRUARY 15, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

!WOMEN pllmljNrmvmmmj

GORMAAN MAKES NEW HAR

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MARKIN 440 RACE
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Feb,,14.-Charles Gor-'
nian, of St. Johns, New Brunswick,
today clipped- one second from the-
world's record for the 440 yard skat-
ing event. He won the race, :35 3-5.
The previouis record, :36 3-5 at SarnacI;
lake in 1792-4.1
Gormnan'S now record was estate-(1
hiled inl connection with the rational
amateur utldoor skating champion-
shiip, transferred here from Detroit.
William Logan, also of St. Johns,;
took: second place in the 4440 yard
event, and Heinry Nelson, of Chicago,
third.
Valentine Bialis, of Lake Placid,
won thne one mile event; Gorman was
second, and Nelson third.

SturdaUy tl'at Corne ll nvriyx
<iten hiihhclabeyfte isp'ydthr
the tea, m cup).
also wont his firt mthfrmaCo-'
lumia eni/'.tra.rit, tomaeuplicin'
two~up vitois.C1pa:nOla ;found,
t -lenre of Cornell, iplayn111; oi his hzom(

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w S1(U'i ii" ' E'WEE.K
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I Basketball - MICIIIGAN at
Purdue. -
1ri(ay
Hockey-MICHIGAN at Wis- j
coni]Si,. !
Saturday
'Basketball-Indiana at MICIII-
GAN.,
Hockey-.MICHIGAN at Wis-
consin.z
I Wrestling- - Ohio State at
j MICHIGA.N,
Northwes tern at Illinois.
I ~l Satrday
I NorthwesternatAChicago.
I Wisconsin 4a~ Ohio State..I
Purdue at Iowa.
Entries for the all campus handball
tournament (singles and doubles) will,
close Friday, Fieb. 18. Those who wish
to sign up now are requested to hand
in their names at the intramural of-
fice in Waterman gymnasium.
AT THE DETROIT 'THEATERS 1

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We wish to a
arrival of the
UPPEHIE
SUITS and T

All Seats Sold For!
Game With Hoosiers
I itl.. irst ime in the history of
baset ailhere, the Michigan Atu-1
10tic association is refundin4, moneyI
t) applicants for tickets to the Mich-}
igan- Inidiana gamie scheduled here,
Saturday night.
c:ourt, too strong an opponent anid was
beaten. The Michign men remain-I
ing in singles were all eliminated inI
the second round, the doubles team of
M\oore and Stephens fell in the first
ronund.
cement
announce the
new Spring{
I and BEL MONT
"OPCOATS
)f Shirts, Hats, Caps,
. Hosiery.x
Ting of the above
Qour windows
to day.
AI N ST.
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GOLLEGIATE CLOTHES SHOP

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S Call 779;'.
SI dresT-l wnS c'-. a a ea(idad
"'29 Walnut.
LOST-A blue, Mores oaiatin pon.
SDill 351. i
11 pt. T1hor c f ?i. Snls at aICr-
Cw .TYPEWRITERS-All_ .1.1 nia .lkes, _.sold,#
~ reted excangd, ccaiedrepair-I
ed. Larget !a b 4stck to is> ob-
s tamned anywher. 0. 1). MORILL,
17 Nickels Acd.Antborired dal
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith &Cor-
-" ;ona Typeweritcc1z, ilie. t
F~OR SALEh
SAll ma,,ices 1'c1sale 01r renit. X'let
[1machines;' at rea sonabl e prices.
Proropt i'el<irii g by experience
S workmnie. Coitrf '"ots Se .i(:o. AnitaE
S Brand L ibbonls allad (a 51)c).Hidler'sf
IPenl Sh'op), 1State -1.ree
SAre your recoixds iimportat? If notj
w hy make then.? If they are im-
S portant use a, 'ecSord Ii1k. Th is isa
the only .kind- of ink we sell rand the
S only kind which works well i yoln'
fountain pent. Many wortless sub-
S slitutes are offered under thae cloak
(if the name "lCoiiitirmPoneIn k.'"
' Ask us, we will shIow yon the dif'-
F erence. R401"" '11 en 1h. '
E : ORliic( -ras. 01 fae.i fuooit Xji
r elit siile or nouie. Room for
i 01W anid a suite. Prig r1easonale
t 125 S. ))ivisionm. 1)4-<5-96
FORs. i -T iai 0 J1 ,(' 51 miglel1,
- (-lesirale 'i ocation aand ~tia~: ie
429 ,S. D ivision. R L91-95-jc,. a t ng e or d - ;
FOerooinT-Xle a cl mtugle ' i rltI

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Also the Spring lines o

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Neckwear an(

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The advance showi
will be made..in

from dray

FORSPRING
$30.00 to $55.00.
With two pairs oT pants.
These suits and topcoats are just what the college
men have been looking for. They arc all in the
latest shades of tan and grey with the latest and
snappiest of patterns. The suit-coats are a trifle
shorter and fit snuggly at the, hips, and the trousers
are wide and perfectly cut.
To'Vm Corbetf S
Collegiate Shop
116 EAST LIBERTY

X( 11 I'-A I'ortable I'holog'r;ph a
,x, ~ 15. Three Months ill t pv
the rt wthing: t(1r yonr i' oo. 1' i-
viity music 1I(ouse.t
NOT 'ICE -h oliitj-iy heTior.(lt
in oto ore01 peialyepir"
('b.Idcutter and itte.u - o
\anSt. 499.7pq
N~'IE -Buy interesti, in publishing;,
Coin iziI1Y with copywri-hrs ; br }t
1 ('11.. rieraCtive, ntTionll lfuture, Inl-
, v xJ de Bo 151949NOTICE -Banjo- Uke ;s H and p t ed111 1
instrument with U. of M. colors arid(
designs. At our sale price as low ,ms
I$3.08. You canl afford one. We(ls
have some exceptional bargafins, in
used tenor banjos. University MI'-
Ssic House. t f
NOTICE--Mouth organs. Our enti re
!stock is offered for less than wholei-
stale cost. A popular pastime very
iili'a in Vogue 1now, n~est
iusic;:1 ouse. -tt'
NOTICE --Red Seal Victor Record
sale--three for the price of on(e.
Music lovers should not ovei'look
this wondlerful opportunity. IHIn-
(reds to select from. Univers ity-
ilusic House. rU'
NOTICE--St artling offer ''~ee
Pressed-TEifty ('eiits. We ('all andr
deliver any tine, T. B. LYuii.s
I i. Williamns, Dial '~6
1 ~~turs-thurs-slntt
HEALT'H Begins when you phone
8428. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 35
tte'th Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tf
TlYP)EWRVITI NG% anid Mimeograpih.
1w,;, promptly and neat ly (lone
by experienced operators at m~od-
crate rates. Theses and college
work a specially for 19 yearsl-. 0.
kD. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arc~tde. Thej
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tf
FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
tion, visit TLrojitowsliis Barber
Shop. ----tues-thlur-sat
Students! Save Money! Buy a sed,
typ~ewriter andl typo your own lhe:-;.
Phone Landis 3489. wed-thur-sef-tuls
NOTICIg-The Best in Photo Fram~es)
at the lowest prices. All s;tyle,,
swing, swivel, etc. Leather framesc.
I J. D. SAUNDERS, 3061 S. Sta4te.
~tu-thl-s:i t'
NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
jrepaired. Satisfaction g~uarant -A.
ANN ARBfOR SHOP, 625 FE. Liberty.
c-Tues.-Thurs.- Sat.
Ann Arbor Mimeographing shop-214
Detroit St, Let us do your mimeo-
graphing and typewriting. First-
class w crk. Quick service. Lowest
pisC. Dial 8683.
c-tnues-thur-Sat
IStoddard Hbtir Shop has given excel-
lent service for 17 years. A visit
will convince you of our efficiency,
709) N. University. tues-thur-sat

Masten.,

SHUBERT LAFAYETTE
THEATRE - DETROIT
Last Chance

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Under the hiooling conptract
twecen 4Wj1laiiu Fox /tand
esr.Slibert, no other,
gnag enrc 1315 canibe played
lMic'higzi this year. And
inembhe r-

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'1Yllmwr'- You May. Bu

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

It's Going Away
Soon
'ulIesl anid ~ost human
-of All Pictures.

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TLast Week Beginning Moniday, Feb. 14
Woodward at. Elliott 130 NST1UL~b} Playhouse
Nights ; c.$i.5o. M~at., 'roes. Thur., Sat. 50c-75c
ONE
of the c1ran hits of New York
ONE
O1V THE FAMILY
ONE
MO~RE WEEK OF HEARTY LAUGHS
GARRJCK TONIGH4T
/ - LAST WEEK
MA;iiTS Wfo. SAT. $1.50-EATS
(xege S. Wise Crakiiig
KRiufii a's Comedy lilt
The PUTTER and EGG MAN
with 11GRF( tOR[Y KELLY1
Brunhin" Over witlh Laughs
CASS NW NIGTS at8:15
biA~)t) MATW . at 2:15i
POP. MAT. WED
Still in a Class by Iisflf
STUDENT PRINCE
~Sz 2r"' 1Z j The .Mzsical
1ngill111 feligrht
KWNEES Eves,. $1.10 to $3.30
~~Wed. - lrt. Tic to $1.65
ON~LY Sat. Nait. 755 to $2.20

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will know what your oil cos]
what it will cost you to operat
and yqu can bank the diffe em

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Philip and Gerald 1)onxan
The famiots kP. & G. Bloys.

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FOR ItENT1-- uite a;ad s'lngle room,
West side, 15 iute-11 walk from
camupus, reasoimoblo. I 'hone 6819. 94
M ~FOR RENT--'tile gai z,;Lo)rtent, 11291
M O TO R IL Mr'tii1 Pl.ial 2J!')70.,
FO01?i.ENi')rom riihdapart-
mielt. T~v wo 10 rooms 5or t'le.'
it of. your car expense for thie year?, If, you have, -you Steamn heat; also gam'age. Call 8544.
422 E. W i' ' t 9 -,5-9-97-9S-99
At you. Just cut 60% off. that anlount- and you will know TP 0 RN
te your car on Donovan 's Motor , Oil for the coming year
c. ' are iin good condlition. Rider's P'en
--Shop. 3FSaeSt.su-e-trI

Doovn 01I 5copr al.,

Swal tz motor driven horn ... ............... $2.45
Automatic Windshield Wiper ............... $1.49
Water Pump, 98c to ..................... $3.95
Horn Buttons ......................35c
A wonderful spot-light.....................98c
S. 0. S. truck lights ...............:...... $2.25
Truck Mirrors and Bracket................. $1.45
Trouble Light.............................98c
Ford Bendix Springs........................28c
Flash Lights ...........................1.75
Dash Light 45c to..........................98c

RADIATORS FOR
FORD CARS a

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All brass, guaranteed for

18

months against bursting and de-
feets in material or workmanship.
1923 Models .......... $8.50
All later models $9.50
and your old radiator.

A full set of 29x4.40 wheels.
Hubs and Rim. Donovan's
price ............... $16.50
BATTERIES
For Dodge and Franklin . $14.95
In Buick and similar type
... . . .. . . .$13.95
Ford, Chevrolet and Star
... . . . . . . .$8.50
Radio Battery......... $11.95
And your. old battery.
18 months guarantee.

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WANTED-Youngman with college
training im mechaniical or electrical
engineering or' business admninistra-
tion, who has some knowledge of
pemsonnel adminnistration, especially
psychological tests, for work in the f
p~ersonnel department of a large
middle west public utility corpora- '
tion. Give age, education and train-I
ing in detail. Address Box 158
Xichigan Daily. 94-95-96
WA NT ED:?- Washing anrd ironing
wanted. M\rs. Buss, 448 So. Fifth,
St. Phone 7109. 94-95-96
AN'TED-Position in Fraternity or
sorority. Excellent colored cook
-with ('ity references. Mrs. JTones.
Dial 8264. 94-95-96-97-98-99

Excellent typiilg. Heading, no charge.
We can give you clean, coi'rect wVork
on short notice. Corrections in
spelling and puncitation. All work
Sguaranteed. Rider's Pen Shop, 315
(State St. tf
Hlear Fritz Kreisler's new Orthophonic
Victor Records. Exclusive Victor
artists. Schaeberle & Son Music
House, 110 So. Main. tf,
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. tf
NOTICE
Special Bargains on new and used in-
struments. Schaeberle & Son MXu-
sic House. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
'Works. 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. t
TYPEWRITER R=IBBONS AND
CARBONS -
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
Fity at a moderate price. 0. D. MOR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tf
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING
In keeping with University customs
we specialize, employ experienced
penmakers who can"-repair your pen
Scorrectly. The only penmakers in
the state. If your tooth was in
trouble you would go to a skilled
dentist, not to a blacksmith or gre-
cer. Give your pen the same con-
sideration. Rider Pen Shop.
sun-tues-thnur.

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MAXIMITE EVEREAD AND BURGESS, "B" 'BATTERIES ..................2.69

W'ANTED-Students. who like good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
WANTED-A live wire student to sell
Orthophionic Victrolas and Radios, to
call on fraternities and sororities.
A liberal commission arrangement.
University Music House. 601 East
Williams St. 92-93-941
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sai pays from $5 to '$25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306

FEDERAL

TIRES

Tires of quality at low cost. wholesale prices.
lots and retails to YTou atwholesale prices.

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