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1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SIX NATIONAL LEAQUE CLUBS LOOK
TO RECRUITS FROM MINORS TO FILL
WEAK SPOTS;_.MACKADDS VETERANS
With the exodus of major league mings from the Wheeling club of the
clubs to southern training camps this New York-Penn Circuit; and Sanford
week, interest of fans is focused on Hamby of Norfolk.
the attempts of at least six National l In the Boston Braves' squad, Lance
League teams to realize measurably, Richbourg, hard hitting Milwaukee
on high priced minor league talent. outfielder, and Foster Edwards, for-
Heading the list of highly priced mer Dartmouth pitcher, stand out as
minor league stars seeking places in the chief finds.
the big show are Herman Layne, for- Frisco Thompson, International t
mer Toronto International outfielder, league second baseman shipped to the
and Carmen Hill, Indianapolis hurler, Quakers by the Giants in a four cor-
who have been acquired by the Pitts- nered deal, is outstanding among
burgh Pirates. Layne is expected tr the Philadelphia recruits to come un-
land a permanent position in the outer; der the inspection of "Stuffy" Mc-
garden. While in the minor leagues Innis.
he was consistently hitting around The Philadelphia Athletics top the
the .350 figure, and has -been adjudged American league for top price pur-
as one of the fastest players in or- chases. Already having paid gener-I
ganized baseball. . ons sums for Eddie Collins, Ty Cobb,
The fate of the reconstructed and Zack Wheat Connie Mack also1
Brooklyn Dodgers depends almost delved deeply in the Philadelphia
wholly on the ability of recruits to purse to secure Dudley Branom,I
fill four gaps in the inner and outer Kansas City first baseman, and Joe
defenses. Wilbert Robinson, Dodgers' Boley, the sensational Baltimore I
manager, has built his hopes for shortstop.
greater strength in the infield on Bob
Barrett of Memphis and Jimmy Part-!Net Tour Cancelled
ridge of Nashville, while Arnold Statz,
formerly with the Chicago Cubs and As I enoyn Refuses
last year with the Los Angeles crib,. J 18Aeu e
and Harvey Hendrick of Nashville are om To T rm
counted to fill the outfield gap.
The Chicago Cubs have placed a. -
high price on Elwood English, bril- (By Associated Press)
liant Toledo shortstop. Manager Mc- New York, Feb. 15.-Failing to
Carthy is depending considerably on meet the financial terms of Suzanne
English, while he is also'looking tofLenglen, Charles C. Pyle today an-1
Earl Webb of Louisville, to supply nounced abandonment of his plans to
additional batting power to his out- I take the French star and other mem-
fielders. j bgrs of his professional troupe on a
John McGraw has deviated from the tour of Europe.
reconstruction program of other Na- According to William C. Pickens,'
tional leaguer clubs by improving his Plye's representative, Suzanne's re-
catching department with matrial from quirements approximated the terms
the minors rather than strengthen upon which she came to this country
his infield or outfield. He has three llast fall as a professional. For the
nrosective receivers in Al Devormor 1 tour which closed last night in Pro-

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CLSE ADVE T I G

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LOST-Diamond ring, during Xairns.
Call 7226 afteri':: p. n1. 9--96-97
LOST--Red Chow dog. answers to
name of Pancho. ('all Rust. Cut-
ting Apts. Reward. lIat t9t. 95,
LOST--Party v ho picked up man's
wrist wat ch, [allnmirk make, on
leather stlroap in i ni'li I a. Ihi rd
floor Iabhora tory ci Fri day, .Januarv
28th. IPease call 3 . Reward.
LOST-Green let her pocketbook col-
taining check book. Finder plese
call Frances O'Brien, 888 Tappan.
Phone 7717. -'!6
LOST-About January 27, Lady's yel-
low gold wrsis watch; Elgi ; re-
ward. Phone 2-1635.
'9-9'T-H- -00-101
LOST-Gentleman's white gold, dia-
mond ring, with s55pphire set on
either side. Reward. 91-95
LOST-A dark red silkscrf on e.
8, near Engineering Arch. Reward.
Call 7798. 94-95-96,
LOST-Laundry case. Name and ad-
dress on outside. Willard Chase,'
529 Walnut. 94-95-96
LOST--A blue, Moore's fountain pen.
Dial 5518. if
PLOST-Jewveled Sigma iiu Uant ce-i y
S pin. llon e 5 x 2. SubstantialI re-
ward, 49-69

Springk
A large assort-
r e
ySpur inspee*tion

WANTED
V\ANTED--Young man with college
i aining in mechanical or(I vetrical
engineering or housiness adminisi r'-
lion, who has some kwl ledge a'
lY hologihaI tests, for 9 9rk in the
person t l eparitminent ol' a large
1> d 1 weet Pilb utiiy corpora-
n. iye aE, ed eat ion a d t a n-
wihityreenaic decs 1s J 158
^al82igan l.a 9t -5 94-95-96
Wsu - - Wasing and ironing
wante. Mrs. Buss, 448 So. Fifth
St. Phone 7109. 94-95-96
WAN. -- n Iratenity
sorority. Excellent colored cook
with Wity references. Mrs. Jones.
Dial 8264. 94-95-96-97-98-99
WANTED STUDE4NTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to &M5 for old
suits and overcoats.
21 E. ANN DIAL 4300
NOTICE--Spring suits and topcoat,
100 ei "cent"p urewool,made to or-
der. $22.50. (No ilokuin). Thick
Kiug Rep. Sher-Hirst Tailoring Co.
Will call any time and display sam-
ples. Dial 3242. 200 E. Huron.
'011miThe :Tllor. Clothes made
7 order a specialty, Ex 'Crien!'-
ecutter and fi er. 11~ 1-2 South
SOTJCE---APortable Phonograph as
low as $15. Three months to pay.
Just the thing for your room. ni-
versity Music House. t f
NOTICE--B~uy interest in P)ublishing
company with copywrights; bright,
remunerative, national future. In-
vestigate. Box 159. 94-95-96
NOTICE-Banjo-Ukes. Hand painted
instruments with U. of M. colors and
designs. At our sale price as low as
$3.98. You can afford one. We also
have some exceptional bargains in
used tenor banjos. University Mu-
sic House. tf
NOTICE-Mouth organs. Our entire
stock is offered for less than whole-
sale cost. A popular pastime very
much in vogue now. University
Music Ilouse. If
NOTICE--Red Seal Victor Record
sale--three for the price of one.
Music lovers should not overlook
this wonderful fopportunity. Hun-
dreds to select from. University
Music House. tf
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterns. Repairing also a
specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069

.F61t AI.E
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. D. MOIRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
ona Typewriters, Ine. tf

purchased- from Louisville; John Cum-
Sabin Carr Of Yale1
Breaks Vault Mark
(By Associated Press)!
NEW YORK, Feb. 15.-The world's
indoor pole vault record was shatter-
ed for the first time this year at the
annual game of the New York A. C.
when Capt. Sabin Carr of Yale soared
over the bar at a height' of 13 feet,
9 1-4 inches.
Carr's leap, which was made before
i throng of 10,000 spectators at Madi-
son Square Gardens, exceeded his own
previous best mark of 13 feet, 7 1-8
inches, posted last week at Boston.
It is the greatest height ever attained
by an American athlete indoor or out-
door. Carr crossed the bar in his
second attempt.
Carr's record flight over the bar
also exceeded the best indoor height
vaultedl by Charlie Hoff last winter.
The European star sailed 13 ?eet 8 1-4
inches in his best effort but all his
marks were tabled by the A. A. U.,
when his permit to compete in thisj
country was withdrawn.
SPORTS OF THE WEEK C
Friday
Hockey-MICHIGAN at Wis-
consin.I
Saturday
Basketball-Indiana at MICHI-
GAN.
Hockey-MICHIGAN at Wis-
consin.
Wrestling - Ohio State at
MICHIGAN.
CONFERENCE BASKETBALL f
Tonight #
j Northwestern at Illinois.
Saturday
Northwestern at Chicago.
j Wisconsin at Ohio State.
Purdue at Iowa.

vidence, R. I. the French queen of the
courts received a flat guaranf'ee of
$50,000 and 50 per cent' of the gate
receipts. According to Pickens, she
reaped a total of $100,000 from the
venture, including royalties from the
use of her name for commercial pur-
poses.
Lenglen expects to close negotia-
tions with European promoters' how-
ever, Paul Feret, her countryman and
Howard 0. Kinsey of California will
probably accompany her when she
sails for home Saturday. The other
members-of the troupe will not join in
the overseas trip, Pickens said, Vin-
cent Richards, Harvey Snodgrass, and
Miss Mary K. Browne having already
abandoned plans to go abroad.
Pyle would have carried out his
plans for the European invasion lad
he been able to sign Suzanne to a new
contract, Pickens said, Richards, Snod-
grass and Miss Browne having tenta-
tively agreed to terms.
IOWA TANK SUMMARIES
(Continued from Pag 6)
The summaries follow:
200-yard relay-Won by Michigan
(Watson, Seager, Samson, Darnell).
Time-1:51.3.
200-yard breaststroke-Won by Car-
ter, Iowa; Shorr, Michigan, second;.
Goldman, Iowa, third. Time-2:54.8.
50-yard free style-Won by Darnell,
Michigan; Seager,. Michigan, second;
McClintock, Iowa, third. Time-25.1.
sec.
440-yard free style--Won by Wag-
ner, Michigan; Watson, Michigan, sec-
ond; Clearman, Iowa, third. Time-
5:47.2.
150-yard back stroke-Won by Spin-
dle, Michigan; J. Halsted,. Michigan,
second; King, Iowa, third. Time-
1:50.x.
100-yard free style--Won by Samson,
Michigan; Darnell, Michigan, second;
Killegren, Iowa, tlhird. Time-55.9 sec.
Fancy diving-Won by Kyes, Iowa;
Starrett, Michigan, second;, Fairbain,
owa, third.
300-yard medley relay-Won by
Michigan (Hubbell, Shorr, Seager).
Time 3:29.4.

7 7FOR R IEINi
FOR RENT-Newly decorated double
room, second floor, with or without
dorm. Light and pleasant. Will rent
single. 32 E. .Jefferson. Dial 6110
or 3079. 95
FOR RENT-Double and single rooms,
where it is warm and quiet. 6521.
208 N. Division. 95-96 I
FOR RENT-Roonis, one single, one
double. 204 No. 'Ingalls. 95
FOR RENT---Front suite. Light, warm,
plenty of hot water. 529 Walnut.
95-96-97
ROOMS FOR RENT --Front suite for
boys, also one single and one don-
ble room, near campus, 1333 Wash-
tenaw Ave. iDal 21980. 95-96-97-981
FOR RENT-At 1020 S. University a.
sirable sie room, one minute
alk from campus. Wood League'
House. Phone 593<8. 95-96-97
FOR REN'T-Single room, four blocks
south of campus. BoaoI if desired.
Only two other roomers. 957 Green-
wood Ave. a- 95-96
FOR RENT-One suite 2 double rooms
furnished, 2 blocks from campus.
Telephone 9240. 720 So. State St.
95-96-97

c Wed-Fri-Sat

Come in at your earliest opp ortunity
and Look them, over
$52 - $62

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MTICHIGAN BLANKETS
$4.25

FOR RENT- large double room. Will
rent single or double. Room for
one and a suite. Price reasonable.
425 S. Division. 94-95-96
FOR RENT--One large single room,
for one man student. 715 East
Kingsley. Phone 9605. 94-95-96
FOR RENT-Suite and also a single in
desirable location and reasonable.
429 S. Division. 94-95-96
FOR RENT-Tile garage for rent, 1129
Martin Pl. Dial 21678.
94-95-96-97-98-99
FOR RENT-3-room furnished apart-
ment. Two front rooms or suite.
Steam heat; also garage. Call 8544.
422 E. Washington. 94-95-96-97-98-99
WANTED
WANTED-Regular boarders, ladies
or gentlemen, for dinner, or lunch-
eon and dinner. Polly Little Tea
Shoppe, 225 So. Thayer. 95-96-97
WANTED-Gentleman student want-
ing room mate please call at 119
No. Thayer. Dial 21815. 95-96-97
WANTED-Two college women for
help in Fosters Tea Room. Apply
at once. 95-96-97
WANTED-Club of 20 or more for
board. $6.00 per week, 13 weeks.
Rea Dining Room. 95-96-97-98
WANTED-Hammond typewriter, ma-
thematical. Phone 3068 about 6 p.
m. 951
PORTER WANTED-Fraternity house.
820 E. Kingsley. Ph. 8260, call from
12 t 1 p. m. 5:30. Ask for house1
manager. 951

Trojanowsil's Barber Shop has sat-
isfied Students for 44) years.
sun-wed-fri
NOTICE-Swift Drug Store for Sheaf
fer, Conklin, Moore and Wahl pens.
We do fountain pen repairing.
wed-fri-sun
TYPE W1{ITING and Mimeograph-
'ing promptly and neatly done
by experiencedf operators at mod-
erate rates. Theses and college
work a specialty for 19 years. O.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Store. tf
Students! Save Money! Buy a used
typewriter and type your own thesis.
Phone Landis 3489. wed-thur-sat-tus
Excellent typing. Heading, no charge.
We can give you clean, correct work
on short notice. Corrections in
spelling and puncitation. All work
guaranteed. Rider's Pen Shop, 31p
State St. . tf

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Hear 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 Mu-
sic House. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. * daily-tU
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND
CARBONS
Our rapid turnover insures a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at a moderate price. O. D. MOR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
X615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. tf

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