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WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE, SEV17N

NIMNW ~ OESPARTAN TEAM TODAY,,

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COLUMN LIA 3kCOALUMN. ISI GA

lVolverines 1Vll See~k To tijihijia B Hrbr;E sie
U'nimarred Record In HIatch ' 'HIcie was such a."fine' winld
At East Lnsing sweeping , cfl)S5 Ferry field Fronm the
________ est yestrrlaty afternforf a t lluc',
11i(-ter smtashed the t ratk; record ()r
PLYININ STRD Y{21.2 for the 220 yar ddsh and A-
i_;sost equalled the world malIrk ofy
Six members of the Michigan tennis :20.5, lhester ran the furlong in : 20.74
squad will leave on the one o'clock;:accoFO iUn- t) Stexe Parre! 's ~new
bus this afternoon for East Lansing wstch to distane Robblt who ws is 0
where theyr will engage the Michigan oliiy compeititor.
State team in at return match. The;
men who will make the trip are Cap- I AlparenitIly Hster wals thinkit
tain Irwin Olian, Horace Barton.'of the Iiiio s nwet to)be rim ofti.
L~eighton Stephens, Durwin Algyer j S~lI'A~d~y ft;eriif,n and deciledl
Kingsley Moore, and Kenneth- Schafer. i Vit l~iceeds a new straw bat. As v
This will be the fifth match of the 1)55 l beenI the ('listoII for :severatl
year for the Michigan team and the! yeaars, Greeniwood and Rilgore i
second meeting with the Michigan IhaPve offered a newv straw heat to v
State team as the Wolverines defeat- every Wolverine athlete winning 2
ed the Green and White netmen lastr a first maainst the lllini. Although
Thurday at Ferriy f3 1t1 by a -etcr e oft Steve wouldn't tell how he knew J
7 to 0. With victories over the Spar j i1 le sas efhts aefomt par
tans and Ohio State in their first two o h tc etoe rmta
matches with collegiate opponents, last fire sale.j
the Wolverines will enter 'the match -
favored to keep;teir slate clean. Al Lomont who has not lost a half
Altl1ough the playing order will i mile run in dual -meet com~petitioni this
niot be definitl1y aulnounced untilj year is also in the market for a new
shortly before the match, the same straw hat. In the half mile trial yes-
Wolverines who faded the MVichigani terday afternoon, Lomont led eighto
State team at Perrqy field last week' of his team mates to-the tape in 2:00.6.
with the exception of Goldsmith will This was excellent time in view of theli
face the Spartans again this after- wind Which the men were forced to .
noon. Goldsmith's place will be filledtsbuck in the ,stretch.
by Schafer.-
Captain Ollanj Barton, Stephens, Al-. Havinig definitely decided that
gyer and either Mooeor Schafer will 3tonroe, lhiis big niler, mist de.-
compose the Michigan singles comn- velop more speed before his test
bination, while it is likely that the with Catin Rue and the other
doubles teams of Barton and Moorej star Ilhiti tdistancee men, Coach
and Stephens and Algyer that have j-____________
represeneted the Wolverines in the',T'Y COBB HONORED
match-es played th~us far will again
mieet the State -combinations. ,BY -DETROIT ,FANS
The State team, which was defeat-
ed, 5-2, by Detrotii City Colljege last ' (By Associated Press)
Saturday at Elas t Lansing, will. prob- DETROIT, May 10-Tyrus Raymond
ably line up with Captain HerdershotI Cobb~, whro for 22 years wore the uni-
in number one position, with PerrinI form of the Detroit Tigers, came back
Farleman, Clovin, and Smith playing[ to the scene of his early baseball
in the order named. The doubles teams( triumphs today to receive a glowing
are made up of 'Captain Hendersh'ot i welcome. The fact that Tyrus came
and Farlem~an and Clovin .and Per- f as an "enemy" playing against his
rin. 1 former team as a member of the Phil-
Michigan faces her second Confer- adelphia. Athletics made no difference.
once opponent Saturday when the In- A testimonial luncheon at noon at
diana tennis team will invade Ferry the Masonic Temple preceded the
field. parade 'to Navin field, participated in
by members of the University of
Wov rn sD fa Michigan club of Detroit.1
Wolv rlns DeeatCobb, himself took the floor after
#ii, Myo Smith had extended an offl-
"R ' ea's cialwelcome, and George Moriarity,
imnntar .nf ttheLC t £bt ConnieJAAAL

1arrel Put Monr~oe !it this half
mile test.. Monroe surprised them '-'__________________________ ~--
sill and fliniSiie(1 IlSeC~~ii l)hsi(c I tf You are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie LOSAT
withini a yaird or two of Loniiont. I the Adr-Taker,.IDial 2114 and your want ad_________________________
will be charged. ?
Beaml.sto idpat'Ud-~t h Mcia ~iyrsre trgt LOST-A pair of shell rim glasses in
follcwcd >closely by Pfluke. ']he ' classify all watst ads under a; r lri echead-; brown leather envelope case with
tlter two meni, along with Igo- co adtorvpey.jli~i vj~itial name and address printed inside.
Ilont, will ru'n !,tturday.Ti ouncoss ~~ .~~Please call 8367. Reward.
ing pulblication. Notice ofI anv error mast be! 159-160-161
given iii time for the second inseri!rn. ___________________________
T'he only other trial held yesterday CASH RATES LOST-Ladies Parker Duofold, left
was a sniecial 100 yard dash whrich Ten cents per reacting line (on tlie baiis of in 1018 AngellHall, Thursday.
was won by Harhaugh. He led Kellyi fveaxelage words to the line) for ole <r twu netos Call 4628.AsfoMagrtluy
to the tarte by a full yardl, while Dah-k Nine vents per r'ar'ing dine for 'threc r rmore 159-160-1.61l
rein drew up in third. Allen and Freese Iinsertions.________________________
ran a 220 yard race with the latter CasThICclassifieds teceiv ea at the I~aily ofbic LOST-A green Schaefer fountain pen,
inTePress Building on Maynard Street
winning b~y a foot. Th vm as ol CONTRACT RATES marked LeVerne Taylor. Phone
23. trtewnTh ie ol 98
2wihtewnso Farrell has de- Special rstandardized rates given on applica -____________6988_____________
cided that "Hardbioiled" 'Harban ghl tion.
wil eth tid ntyinbohth LOST-A man's wrist watch on south
22ll aedth00third dsetry In oth thetennis court, Ferry Field. Return
220 nd 10 yad dshes I I~hIj to 707 Oakland. 158-159

F01.I RENT (NO IC('E
V'OHRENT ,"I,-Roocm or suite for two 'e lhave a limited territory avail-
or thro'el)w1insiOs :girls, near cam- al.For thatt reas:on we can user
puts and downtow n. Board if dc- only select persons. If you feel that
sired. 4',1 S. Division. Second y'ou can qualify for a salary plus
floor. 15S-159-160 coi;n~nission position, call L. W. Smith,
:,:7) , eveninlgs. 159-161-163
Flrtl SALE News Letters 11114 College Printig
FOE AL-arehos, utal frPices and Service right.
FR aety asrorityorsutrl ooming avis &, Qllnger, Prompt Printers
fraerity srorty or ooin. 109-111 E. Wash. St. Dial 8138
house. Block fronm campus. Rcea-; WFS-tt
sonable terns. Phone 6367. SMiss______,;_____________
Hilbert. 159-160-161 NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher man-
FOR OLI.Dinoi~dner~lL_..edolin, banjos, guitar, chord Coa-
F'O ~ SLE-lianondneckace i
s uz truction. Dial 4757.
a ported silver bag, dliamiond ring, ., Sun., t
seven piece Japanese tea set (cloi- -___________________
50111W), an~d furi coat. Very reason-! Trojanowskl's Barber Shop has sat-
able. Call 9267. 159-160-1611 istled Students for 40 years.
____ I as W hvesun-wed-=fri
Fhil.SA EIl arm i.._Whve _____________________
a fine stock of these very p~opular SUIT'lS AND 0VE. RG(,jx'6--Vary ri.a8-
Sinst ruments, from 25c up. Unziver- onable pricets, tailored or rendy-
siy Music hlouse. made. We have a wonderful vari-

A'lt hongh there was nothing at
stake, Coopeor, ,Tones, anud Tarbil
rn a. full 2h0 yard race tover 'the I
low hurdles i:24.1. Cooper raui
first anA TeTrbill econd the latter
barely beatIngout jonres iihmo took,
third against Ioia a
And the Sock King is offering a pa'ir
of Scotch golf socks to th'e man gues-
sing the Illinois- Michigan score-
that's how hard it is to figure out
how the meet is "going to come out!

LOSTP-A man's wrist watch on south3
tennis court, Ferry Field. Return
to 727 Oakland. 158-159-164
LOST-Cameo with greyish back-'
grourl~i, bound with silver. Rewardj
five (dollars. Return to Sarah Cas-
well Hall. 159-160-161
LOST - Saturday morning, Ferry'
Field, at spring games, hirown pull-!1
over sweater. Reward. Aroian, 427't
Thompson. Phone 22153. 159

LOST-A green gold Wahl fountain
pen, Friday morning on campus.!
Call J. E. Wendel, 3193. Reward.
LOST-Friday, April 22, silver van-
ity case on a chain, with two black
enameled figures on front. Reward.
7817
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-W ashtenaw Apts. Fur-
nished apartment from June, for
summer. Dill 22219. 159-160-161

1FO1R SALE-1924 Fordh touring, Mo-
tor A-1 condition. Tires very good.
$50 cash.
1,926 Ford C"oupe. New paint jobs
a~ndItires.
'R. Hi. ALDERT
514 E. Washing-ton St. Phone 3115
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FOR SALE -Most desirable large
rooming house, furnished or unfur-
nished. B~est location. Easy tcims.
May rent. Dial 7733 (or 44541
evenings).
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring.,$
Call 3283. tf

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TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold.
rented, exchanged, cleaned, repair-
ed. Largest and best stock to be ob-
tained anywhere. 0. D. MORRILL.
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal- E
en: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith &k Cor-
-ona Typewriters, Inc. tf
'FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touring.
$40.00. Phone 9023 any afternoon
or evening and ask for McKee or t
Gow.
FOR SALE-Ford' roadster 1924;
five, tires, starter, demounta ble,
good condition. 1617 Washtenaw.
Phofte 9117. Bover or Farquhar.
WANTED
WANTED-Alto Sax, tenor Sax, trum-
pet and trombone player for en-
gagement May 30-July 1. $35-$40 a
week plus room and board. Good
men apply phone 6430. Ask for
Lodeesen. 159-160
WANTED-Two students to wait on
table and four students to wol* in
kitchen for house party June, 17,
18, 19. Meals and pay. Call Carl
at 5618, Friday noon. 159-160-161
WANTED-A number of University
men for pleasant outdoor work
this summer in Detroit. Splendid
opportunity. Call Knisely, 21684,
for appointment. 158-159-160-16 1
WANTED-Musicisanus, for dance or-'l
chestr,.a, who will attend Summerl
School. Box 176 Daily
Sun.-Tues.- Wed.
WANTED-Theses to type. Reason-
able prices. Dial 9387. M. V.
Hartsuff. 153-157-159
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sa pays from $5 to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. 'ANN DIAL 4309

ety of paterns . Ropairing .algo a
specialty. iieautifu 1 f:brIcs for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THlE TAYLOR
109 E. Wvshingtoll
Phonie 50119
c Wert-Fri-Sat
NOTICE -The new Victor Ortho-
phonic Portable machines are here,
Come in and' hear them. 'Schae-
berle & Son -MMusic House. t
The new Victor Portable Victrola
is here. Comte in and see it.' Port-
able phonographs as low as $15.
Easy terms. University Music
House.
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
'Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-li
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tt
TYPEWRITING acrd ii hnogra ph-
Ing promptly and neatly dlone
by experienced 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
TYPEWRITER JUBBONS AND
CARBON S
Our rapid 'turnover insures ,a fresh
stock and you secure the best qual-
ity at -a moderate price. 0. D. MOR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, PFho~is
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith .& Corona
Typewriters, Inc.. t
NOTICE-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

Box score of Michigan-Ohio State
baseball game Monday, at Columbus:
MCi(: iganl
AaRHOAE,
Nobelung, if .. ... 4 1 1 2 0,0
Weintraub, 3b...... 5 2 3 1 1 0
Morse, ss. .....4 1 2 1 3 0'
Corriden, If.....4 1 1 2 0 1
Puckelwartz, 'of.. 4 0 .2 1 0 0
Kubicek, 2b.....".. 4 0 0 41 1 1
Ooterbaan, lb..... 4 1 1 9 1 1
Davis, c. ..........4 01 7 11
Asbeck, p...:.......4 11 02 0

manager of the Athletics, Fielding H-.
Yost of the University of Michigan,
and Bennie Friedman, University of
Michigan gridiron star, had spoken.
YESTERDAY'S P.E,,QIJLTS
American league

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Philadelphia ... 200 100
Detroit.........001 000

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Washington ... .001 010 010-3
Chicago ........100 010 20x-4

37 ' 7
Ohio Staite

12 27 9 41

ABR H OA E
Aliehl, ss. ......... 4 1, 1 '0 2 2
Tressel, 3b......... 3 0' 2 '3 2 0
Karow, 3b. ........4 00 53 1
Tarvert, cf. ........ 4 0 0 3 0 0
Sutton, rf......... 2 0 0 0 0 0
Sope, rf. .......... 200 00 0
-Fox, lf. ........... .4 0 '0 1 1 1
Widdlefield, lb. .:z. 1 1 13 0 0
Mackey, c. ......... 0 1 2 2 1
Klink, p............ 2 0 0 0 1 0
Blanchard, p. ...... 1 1 1 0 1 0
32 3 6 27 12 5
Michigan .......11 0 041 0 00-7
Ohio ...........00 1 0 00 020-3
Three base hit-Morse. Home
run-Oosterbaan. Sacrifice hit-
Klink. Struck out-Ashbeck 6. Base
on balls-Ashbeck ~2, Klink 3. Hit
by pitcher By Klink 1, by Ashbeck
1.
Patronize Daily Advertisers'

Boston ......100 050 000-6 15
Cleveland. .... .100 110 020-5 8
New York ......300 002 003-8 7
St. Louis .......001 230 010-7 8

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BLAZER S
flannels in distinctive new
stripes in the predominating
shades of gray, tan and
white.

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National League

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Chicago........101 110 020-6 10 0
Philadelphia ... 020 000 100-3 7 0,
BERKLEY:; The University of Cali-
fornia will send three crews east to
the Poughkepsie regatta, the varsity,
freshmen and junior varsity combina-
tions.I
Chicago: Rudy Schuler, football
tackel and heavyweight wrestler hasj
been elected to lead the 1928 Purple
wrestling team.
kREAD THE WANT ADS

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STEAMSHIP RATES
Steamship Tickets on All Lines
At Regular Rates
3rd class rates to BRITISH PORTS
$82.50, RT '$150; TRANCE $90, RT $162;;
IIELGIUM1 $100, RT $150; GERMAINY}
$1135, RT $175. Other Classes and Countries!
on appblication.
CR U ISES to' Mediterranean, including
Paris, London, Switzerland, Italy and Ger.
many, June 30 to September 1, $850 up;1
North Cape Cruise, $347 up in cabin, much!
less in tourist cabin. Same cruise from
Europe, duration 18 days, costs $95.
TOURS. All expense personally con-1
ducted, $255 up. All expenses afloat andl
ashore, 37 dlays, $295; 61 days, $496; motor,
tours $7 per day and up. Personally con-:
ducted Tlours to Alaska during June, ,Jul,
and August. Agent for Thos. Cook & Son,~
Amierican Express, Franco Belgique, Dean!
& D~amson, StLfdents' Travel Club, Students'!
Internatioinale, Pitman, Allen, .Arts Craft,
flubb~ell, Church and many other Tours.
American Legion Post Convention Tours,
$65 and up. All tours have a conductor.
Special discount to organizers of a party of 5.
Make reservations NOW. Phone 6412.
E. G. KUEB9LER
Licensed, Bonded Authorized
Steamship Agency
Any Ship - Any Line - Anywhere
601 E. Huron St. -Ann Arbor, Mich. f
All Travelers' Checks{
-Baggage and Accident Insurance

W'ORD)S - FORDS - FORDS
Our entire stock of used cars hau
been put into first class running con-
dition and the prices asked are 4n
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, $36 to
$345.
The very one you want is here,

Talk to Mr. Ca~use.

Phone 4229.

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sack coat -the best in ma-
terial -pattern and fit-In
nineteen ditferent stripes.

810.320 E. Huron St.

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ATTNTION
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Sororities
Before placing your future orders for
the next college year

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