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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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TIAMEI[ 1yra-,ngoe Grid Leader' iOWA-1MiCHI1GAN T RACK 'SUMMARIES!
S tars As Tracknman (Coiitiniiec from page one) inches. (Nrew Ferry field record.)
B-[AT Las: er, Michigan, third1. Timne---: F ormer record, 141 feet 1 inch, by
B[TBJ s[EOuTFIT :22.7. ; Doyle, Michigan in 1926.

SWEDISH SPRINT STAR
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)hilen, Orio Star, is Declaired iil: g-:
Ible Shortly Before Play 'Begani
Ollait Loses to 1Poppelton
IS FOURTH VICTORY
(Special to 1The B1 )
COLUMBTIUS, May 7.--Michigan's
tennis 'teamn annexed a Victory in' fts
first. confe'(ro~ee match of the 1927
season byr winninig six of the sevenE
matches from the Ohio State team
yesterday adftevon at Columbus.I
This succiss marks the fourth' con-
secutive victory for the Wolverine
team th;is season, the. other wins hav-
ing been scoredl in non-conference j
matches with t heoDett-oit and Pontiac
tennis ,clubs and( Michigan State. col-
lege.
An unusally large galdlery turned
out to witness the anticipated battle
betwen HcWrace Barton, sophomore
star «f the lMichigana team and Bulen,
steller veteran of the Buckeye. The
spectators were disappoint ed, how-I
ever, as the Ohio star wad- declared
ineligible a few hour before the fea-
ture match wti scheduled to begin.
The Wolverine team's Victory over1
the Buckeyes break: the tie that has
existed between the two teams
since the close of the 1926 season
when the teamis finished in- a deadlock
for second iionots.
Barton, playing in t n, umber one
position, had little trouble in dispos-
ing of his opponent, who was substi-
tuted after Bulen was declared inelig-
ible. The other Wolverines, with the
exception of Captain Olian, won their
individual matches, while both of the
Michigan doubles teams Barton and
Moore and Stephiens and Algyer, (de-
feated the Ohio State comubinations.
Captain Olian lost in straighit sets to.
Poppleton, succ'umbing to the Steady
playing of the Ohio number threeg
player.t
Yesterday's win over the Buckeye'sl
indicates unsual strength on the part.t
of the Michigan team, in spite of tho f
fact that the-Ohioans lost their star_
player when Bulen was forced to with-
draw.

120 yard high hurdles---Won by Runn-ing high jump-Triple tie for'
Allis on, Iowa:; C uhel, Iowa, second; first, second and third between Waldo,
Cooper, Michigan, third. i1. Michigan, and 1R. R. Mannt and Thomas
:1 5.4. Iowa. Height-5 feat 9 inches.
410 yard dash--111o n by Baird,. Hammer throw-WVon by' Ketz,a
Iowa; Muieller, Michigan, second~l; Michigan; Camp~bell, Michigan, sec-
OhliheiSer', Michigan, third. Time- ond ; McCaffree, Michigan, third. D~is-
:49.6. ' tauce-153 feet 1/ inch.
IrTwo-.mile run-Won by 1lornberger,! Runniin g broad jump--Won by
Michigan; H-unn, Iowa, second ; Wuer- Northrop, Michigan; Dahlemn, Michi-
fel, Michigan, third. Time-9 :45. gan, second ; Everingham, Iowa, third.
220 yard low hurdles-Won byi Distance---22 feet 10 1 inches.
Cooper, Michigan ; Cuhel, Iowa, sec- Javelin throw-Won by Lovette,
ond; Jones, Michigan, third. Time-, Michigan; Rice, Iowa, second; For-
:24.4. wald, Iowa, thlird, Distance--179 feet
880 yard run-Won by Lomont, I z. inch.
Michigan; " Beals, Michigan, second;j -_________________
Pfluke, Michigan, third.R Time- N
11:59.5.
16 pound shot put-Won by Low- QUALIT
ette, Michigan; Nelson, Iowa, second ;owl, I w ,Tid itn e 4
fere aldi owhid.ests.e- There are few restaurants i
"Pole vault-Won by Bloyles, Iowa; ohitained at popluar prices. This
Northrop, Michigain, second; Prout, Ahh R O
Michigan, third. H-eight-12 feet 8 3-4 ANN AKBOI
'inches. ot
1Discus throw-Won by Schravesand,
Michigan; Mau, Iowa, second; Nelson
Iowa, third. Distance- 142 feet 2j
17 SERVICE'

If you arc a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
(lip associated 1I'ress) will be charged.
May7.-Edvin The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
CAM BRilDC 'E., MassMa classify all wants ads under appropriatecthcad-
, ,Wide, Swedish distance star failed by ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
copy.
IN ;eeondis today in his effort to Ibread This column closes at 3 P.- M. date preced.
the world's record for the two-mile ' ingpublication. Notice of any error must be
givers in time for the second' insertion.
' un. Wide was sloshed1 at the Ilar- CASH RATES
van i st atliin lday i11 9 minutes 25.6 Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to) the line) for one far two
Seconlds. "in e on s.
A strong northwest wind whi, ol Nine tents per reading line for three ot nimore
inlsertions.
'1blew through the open end of the Cash classifieds r-eceived at the Daily office;
stadim2Y directly down the stretch in The Press Building on -Maynard Street.
hampered the runners, adialo special st nda rcd res gien on applica.
appeared that his pacing was slow in j tinn
the first mile and one-half.
LOWST
R EAD THE AWANT ADS LOST-Soph-all-)rown p~ullolver heavy
w q" ' "t.'r,1, V . W 1 y ..17 Piil PflA-' "~ j t oL

NOTICE
1ecu 1,ctters and ollege Pritili.
Prices and service right.
iavis & Ohloger, Proumpt Printers
109-111 1". Wash. St. Dial x8132
WF-t
dolin, banjos, (:11r01,1 .itd~
Istruction. Di'al 4 757.
Wed., Fri., Sun., tf
Trojsinoiskl's Ikirlier Shio has sat-
lsfied Students for 40)ytars.
NOTICE-Do not leave Michigan untilP
you have preserved your-dplm
by the* famous drum-hread mount
process. Let's talk it over. J. B.
Saunders, exceptional franilug. 306
South State \St. to-th-sun
NOTICEF-Summer employment for
five men. Salary and tuition bonus.
Ask for Skinner. Dial 6981.
155-156-'457

~Y FOOD
in which quality food may be
is one of them.
RE STAURANT
h Main St.

427 Thom )son. TPthoe22,153. Aroian.
LOST-Black Spanish lace scarf even-
ing of May 6. Rewardl. Call B.1. D
Rich 6617r. 157_158~

LOST-A brown leather purse ini
Hill Auditorium, May 4. Person is
known and in ordler to avoid trou-
ble return to School of Mlusic or
call 7669. 155-156-157
L OST-A green gold Wahl fountain{
pen, Friday morning on camnpus.
Call J. E. Wendel, 319"". Reward.

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NOTICEl~- The new Victor Ortho-
phioni",iPortable machines 'are here.
Co~ninh and hear them. Schae-
berile & Soan Music House. tf
The new Victor Portable Victrola
is here. Cone in a id see it. Port-
alble phonographs as low as $15.
Easy terms. tUni versity "Music
Flon se.

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Lionto i abililyaarfbll lae
Banlbut i has shown unusual ability in
track, being the lead off man of the
fast Orange mile relay team.

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when dry cleaned. We handle all garments wit]
utmost care possible'
Better clothes nieed better, cleaning
Let E-NERGSINE Clean nfy PrennreN

United States Coljrt
Stars CApture't'itle
In Foreign Tourney
(Ily . Socrnated Press)
BERLIN, May 7-William T. Tilden,
and Francis T'P. Hunter clinched the
championship today in the lawn ten-
nis tournament between the United?
States and Germaniy by winning the
doubles againmst Dr. Heinz Landinann
and Heinrich Kleinischr oth, 6-3, 6-1,
4-6, 6-3. They did not have to extend
themselves" in more, than a few games.
Both Tilden amnd Hunter won their
singles matches yesterday.f
Out of the ten sets played in the
three mnatches in two dlays the ,Amer-
icans lost only one set which failed
to satisfy the German adherents who
had expected a stiffer battle. In a
practice match, later however, H-ow-I
ard Kinsey defeated the German
champion Proitzhejn, 6-2, 7-5.I
The tournament will conclude to-1
morrow with another pair of singles
--Tilden against Landmann and Hlun-
ter against Froitz'hein.

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LOST--Friday, Aprl 22, silver van-
it y case on a chain, with two black
' enameled fi gures on front. Re ward.
E 7517
S FORl SALE
FOR SALE-1-2 a cre lot containing
hthe shade and fruit t rees, between A2'
hills and Washtenaw. Good eleva-
tion, surrounding well restricted;
reasonably priced. 157-158-159
FOR SALE-1.924 Ford touring, motor
LO1 A-1 condition. Tires very, good.I
t $50.00 cash. RI. IL I.BTER, 514
S East Washington. Phone 3115.
SFOR SALE-Barber shop and beauty
\Iparlor. Four chairs, two booths,
Ifive-year lease. All new, up-to-date
S furniture., 107 W. Washington,
\ Ypsilanti, Mich. 155-156-157
SFOR SALE - Most desirable large
% rooming house, furnished or -unfur-
S nisheI.i Best location. Easy terms.
May rent. ])ial\ 77-33 (or 4454
SFOR SAbLi2--922 Ford Touring. $40.
Call 3283. tf
t YPEWRITE~RS--All makes, sold,
,e 4191j rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
/.I ,+~ tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILI.,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-

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RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. ,tit
N\OTICE-The new Royal Portables
are now on display at Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State St. A wonderful
machine. You 'Will be interested.
Call and see them.
NOTICE

Work-s. Rugs Shaibpooed. Phone
6513. daily-tf
i TO SILL best of 50 ltnes clothing drop
card1 to 1103 FG. Washington. Phone
6365 eveniJugs. $22 to $30. tf

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TrYPEWRIJTING sAnd Mitaeographi-
lng., promiptly and neatly done
by experienced op~erators at Ino'-
arate rates. 'Thesis and College
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwritei' and Stailoanery Store. t

"The Homet of

ENerain.e",

WAashngon defeated: St. Louis in a
hitting contest which was the feature
of the American leagne yesterday by.
a 16i-9 score.
The Detroit Tigers lost to Boston
5-3, 1lolloway doing the pitching for
Detroit. New York blanked the White
Sox, 3-0 with Pennock and Lyon stag-
ing a pitchers' dluel until the ninth
inning
Cincinnati won its second straight
freon Boston in a free hitting contest
'vih the final score of 9-3.
American League

,rea('les TPatriotismi of the Finest to )
JIlhlily soils of foreigni-borni parents.

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Cleveland. .120 024 100 01-11 17

Naliollell League
PREAKNESS TO NARROW Cninai. H0001 1-91E
KE T CK ER Y FI L ' oton .........121 000 004- 8 11 3
The Preakness to be run at the Chicago........004 A~0 100-6 8 0
Pimlico track tomorrow will undoubt- New York ......010 003 000-4 83 0
edly narrow dlown the field of horses'
due to start in the Kentucky DerbyI St. Louis.......000 000 000-0 5 0
at Louisville next Saturday. The( Brooklyn .......000 300 000-3 3 111Blioevntwlbeaimrat
factor in determining the eastern en- i Pittsburgh......000 120 002-5 16 21
trants in America's ,turf classic. ; Phillies ........010 020 003-6 12 3
Whiskery of the Harry Payne Whit- d -111E RVNS
bey stables is one of the prominent I Anericaji League
contenders. for the large purse offered.; McMan~us, Detroit; Gehrig, New
The showing of this three-year-old! Yorl
-will be watched with interest as hay Natijonal U ..;,ue
ing a bearing upon the outcome of Hartnett, Chicago; P'atrklge and
the Derby at Louisville: Scapa Flow,, Flower's, Brooklyn; .Hornisby andl
'Walter M. Jefford's entry is aniother Ylarper, New York; Pinelli, Cincin-
Preakness possibility. nati.
El. R. Bradley's Betwithus is one of -__________ ___________
the few- western horses scheduled to A
run at Baltimore Monday. Other prom-
imeat colts entered include Rip Rap ' , .'1 al and Monlday
of the Sage stables, and Pandera, an- i BILL COD
other Whitney nominee. li
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Corona Portable 'Ilcirsay-- JiJ'I IAT''

ona Typewriters, Inc. tf
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touring.
$40.00. Phone 023 any afternoon
or evening and ask for McKee or
Gow.
FOR SALE-Ford roadster 1924;
five tires, starter, demountable,
good condition. 1017 Washtenaw.
Phone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
All males of typewriters for sale-or
rent. Excellent machines at rea-
sonable prices, for rent. Prompt
repairing by experienced workmen.
Courteous service. Aulta Brand
Rib~ons and Carbons. Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State Street.
sun-tues-thu rs-tf
FOIL RENT-
FOR RENT -'Furnished apartmenit.
Four large rooms and private bath.
Heat and water furnished. Newly+
decorated. Dial 7339. 156-157
WANTED
WANTED-Musicisans, for dance or-
chestra, who will attend Summer
School. Box 176 Daily
Sun.-Tues.- Wed.
NOTICE-University instructor wants
Ifurnished house for academic year
1927-28. Would care for large home
during owner's absence or sabbati-
cal leave if rent is nominal. Harry
L. Samuel, 320 East Washington St.
SatSunTu

I"lI-FORDS FORDS6

Our entire stock of used cars han
been put into first 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.
Talk to Mr. Gauss. Phone 4229.

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THE SPIRIT OF SPRING, WITH THE BLOSSOMING OF
THE FIRST SPRING FLOWERS AND THE GREEN BUDS AND
LEAVES OF THE TREES, GIVES INSPIRATION AND NEW LIFE
TO EVERYONE. IT IS THE TIME OF THE YEAR WHEN IT IS
EASY TO MAKE A FRESH START.
IF YOU WILL CONSIDER BUT A MOMENT, YOU WILL SEE
WHETHER OR NOT YOU HAVE FOLLOWED THE BEST POLI-
CIES. ARE YOU MAKING THE START THAT WILL INSURE
YOUR COMFORT AND INDEtPENDENCE LATER IN LIFE OR
ARE YOU ENJOYING THE PLEASURES AND CONVENIENCES
OF TODAY UNTHINKINGLY? NO ONE CAN AFFORD TO DO0
STI IAT. IT TAKES BUT A SMALL SACRIFICE IN TI-IF BE-
GINNING TO GUARANTEE YOUR HAPPINESS.
START NOW TO. FOLLOW A SAFE AND' SANE SAVING
I' LI(-Y. A DOLLAR WILL MAKE A BEGINNING.

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FORD SALES AND SERVICE1
310-320 E. Huroh St.

WANTED-Theses to type. Reason-
able prices. iDial 9387. M. V.
Ilartsuff. 153-157-159
WAkjTED STUDENTS to know that
Samt pays from $5"to $25 for old
stits and overcoats.
121 EI. ANN DIAL 4306

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STEAMSHIP RATES
Steamship TPickets on All Lines
At Regular Rates
3rd class rates to BRITISIT PORTS
$S2.50, RTI $150; FRANCE $90, RT $262;:
BEL GIUXIT $100, RT $150; GERMIANY
'$I"', RBI $175. Other Classes and Countries1
j n r pplication.
('RI, I SES to Mediterranean including
'" aris, London, Switzerland, Italy and Ger
mrany, Julne 30 to S)eptembler 1, $850 up;
aNorth Cape Cruise, $347 up in cabin, much
less in tourist cabin. Same cruise from
Europe, duration 18 days, costs $95.
'rev 125. All cx house personally con-
duncted, S2,55 up. All et pcnses afloat and
ashore. 37 days, $295; 61 days, $490; motor
tour,5 $7 pcr day and a p Personally con-:
>Etced Tour-s tou Al a ;a (d] ring June., July;
and Anii [. A -ent o'r CookoSoilCo
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