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SATt RDAY, MAY 14, 1927

THEI MICHIGAN

DAILY

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!YY Pt~rN(~ SIXN

WOLVE~NESFACE ILLINOIS TRACKM'EN TODAY

uN I~ALSj (zrt iuedfrom age one)
-at cce0!1{IovCZ Shill I and '(tC1 o
PA1'ORWINS IHAMER 1 i'ii, ai ~ 1i No I a rop ) e 2n
oa; et, l?, may tae firs, ,
Northwesternihi-h of Detroit led all; Don ( o{c( wil roIabl)y win bo
other schools in the preliminaries ofIlude events il1hogh lRoyer ta
the . Michigan Interscholastic track,,
meet held at Ferry field this (afternoon
by qualifying 10 men in the finals," 1icie ~i
which will be run oil this moring
at 10 o'clock. Detroit Northeastern and i
Waite high of Toledo were next with
six qualifiers apiece. Cass 'Tech of D-
trol, Kaamazo, oled Scot.,and i l
Derot eser fllweeach school MICHIGAN CLE
placing five men in the finals.
Preliminaries were held in all event sQ(dre
except the mile run and half mile re-A'4(fttre
lay. The harier throw was the only
event thjat was completed, Bator of De- Spcial-Monday,
troit Southwestern being the winner.
He also qualified for the -finals in the ]V)Icus Suts, Tocot
sh'ot nut and javelin throw. Beatty. $1.25
Detroit Northeastern star and Baxter All wormi clled for, deltereI
of Toledo Waite were the only other 4 Calsl card, $.0(
athletes to qualify in three event*. IDA q'. YAILEY
Finals in the hammer -throw fol-
low : w~/.s ..J r,4 J.1 .+0.
Won by Bator, Detroit Southwes-
tern; second--Mortenson, Detroit
Northern; third -T~aup, Detroit North-
ern; fourth-Bocher, Redford. Dis-b
tance-124 feet 5 inches. +-+
Those who qualified for the finals
are as follows:° ..
120 yard high, hurd es-Beauvas
and Kull, Detroit Western; Beatty, D-
trolt Northeastern; Erskine, Detrot
-Northwestern; ]axter, Toledo Scott; . e.
Buest, Grand Iaifds South. Best time"/
-Beatty, : 16.4.r..t .
100 yard cash-Snowden, Detroit .
Northeastern; Bennett, Libbey high -
Toledo; Purst,',Iansing; Krill, Kal - 10
amazoo; Campbel, Flint; Tolan, Cassp
Tech, Detroit.. Best time-Tolan, :10.1
440 yard dash-Lewis, Detroit North-
eastern; L~.ngs - and Danrt, Detroit
Northwestern,;,"heeler, Highland
Park{\ Molnar, i" rdo Waite; Tysse,
Holland; Etzel, Ann Arbor; Ewell
Toledo Scott. Best time-Lewis, : 51.9 .
220 yard dash-Bennett, Libbey highN
Toledo; Durst, Lansing; Fenker, Kal-q
amazoo; Campbell, Flint, Tolan, Cass MlYEATS 0F
Tech, Detroit; Nelson, Grand Rapids
South. Best time-Bennett, :22.2. ( Savory Roasts, Juicy
880 yard run- tArnold, Detroit Wes (! the same hg quality, M
tern; Block, Lansing; Butler, Toledo o h ighlstfai
Scott; Rogers, Kalamazoo; Scott, To orfrtesaletfm
ledo Waite; Smith, Cass Tech, Detroit ; a fair price.
Farrell, Crane Tech, Chicago; Ekono-
vich, Detroit Tjoprtheastern; Dennis +
Adrian. Best time-Smith, 2:04.7 23NrhM i t
220 yard hurdes-Beauvais, Detroi;3Not ai t
Western;, Beatty, Detroit Northeas-
tern; Erskine, Detroit Northwestern;
Hawk, Toledo _Waite; Baxter, Toledo
Scott; Buest, Grand Rapids South
Best time-Beatty, :25.4.
12 pound shot put-Dues. Detroits
Northwestern; Bator, Detroit South- %n
western; Harper, Pontiac; Rolfe -
Flint; Turashoff, Cass Tech, Detroit:
Best; distance-Tasurhroff, 46 feet 3 1-8 4?
inches.
Pole vault-Balnmer, Lansing; Hawk
and McKinley, Toledo Waite; H-ath- FIRST METHODIST
away and Weaver, Kalamazoo. Qua- ConrStend as.i.
ifyig high-b eet 4iiirthrW. +Stalker, D. 1., Mlnster
Running lbroad jump-Kull, Detroit Parley 4. Biiighai, Associate
Western; Beatty, Detroit Northeas- Minister and Student Director.
tern; Olds, Detroit Northern; Dennis Miss Margaret Stair,
and Swan, Detroit Northwestern. Student Director.
Best distance-Swan, 20 feet 3 3-8 in- 1:0A .Mrig wrhp
ches. Sermon: "1 'St Wee They
High jump-Thomas, Libbey high, Sat," by Dr. Stalker
Toledo; Dennis, Detroit Northwestern; 1200-Student Bibls class at Wes-
Doga , and Williams, Birmingham; 1:0le~ue
Douglas, Detroit Southwestern; An-iyHal
derson, Toledo Waite; Baxter, Toledo 6:00 P. M.-Gild led by Mme.
Scott. Qualifying height-5 feet 6 in- Brock, National Student Work
ches. 7:30 P. M -Wesleyan Guild le-
Dissus throw ="'Dues, Detroit North- and Life Service Secretary.
w estern; Dirks e, Grand Hlaven; Swart- , tre by Dr. Ralph Sockma
out, Muskegon; Taupa, Detroit North- of New York City. Subject:
ern; Barringer Flint. Best distance-Y~tlMI~x lv.
Dues, 108 feet 10 inches.-
Javelin throw-Oxley, Detroit North-
western; Bator petroit Southwestern;
Pottle, Detroit 4kthern; Spector, Me- UNITARIAN CHURCH
nominee; 1*ur,*,, f, Cass Tech, De-lj Sate ad Iuron -ts.
troit. Best (11 a,' Bator, 153 feetI
8 inches. dney S. Robins, 31ilister

MIDDLETOWN.-Frederick Dieter fay1, 7
was elected captain of the Weseyan 10:45 A. M.
baseball' team Morning Service.
___________________ Te Ideal of Beinig Sponitaneous"
BROOKLYN.-Fill Marriott, infield- 5:45 P. M.
or, was released W Toledo. Candlelight Supper
6:30 P M.
AT THE DETRGIRT THEATrERSI Prof.. H. R. Coffey
"IJTe.Youth Movemieniti
G)ermianiy:'
The Nighit Club Classic "A man's own religious experi-
GARtRICK-NOSY once is either a passing fancy or
Eves. Mlle-x.50 it is a gospel-a good news."-
W~r~at 51e-$.54A. N Whitehead.
Sat. Mat. 50042.00)I__________________

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1Nlc N, ver; !iUld press the star X~ol-
vci'Mnc to the limit inl the highs. Inl
the 22 wai d low event, Cooper is con-
sjidoec a sure tist pia.,Q winner, and
i3 ,s or Tarbill of Michigan maay
Come;inl for, a second place.

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May 9; to May 14
Ladies; Suits, lkesses", (Coats
Cleaned at We) Reduction
a iad giramteedl to )be Battisfuctory.
in trside for $5.0.
Plhone 21416

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Opprtun-Ity Knocks Once Fiore From
DEL PE~TE
We zti* OIIO'IIlg Cevery garmti n oi r I 11' l$Ile---- ilP eexcepted
---t , %reduel i(tra. The suits UareA(ller""~, 1alieh Ineaiis
f1ilejy t lhared clot lt (if 'irgi l wol ad ill C3ip'st ajl'lirs.
TROofSERS ard K N ICatK ERS
2070 Off
A Complete Stock of Straw Hats and Panam as.

THIS
COLUMNLA Sk
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
!If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, D~ial 21214, and your want ad I~OI'
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to I1ENOII GUITAR_Timor; like likes or
classify all wants ads under appropriate headi- 1alo Orlot npa Sit;l-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable lan( umotpuarsigi-
copy. strulient. Special price of ,15.
This column closes at 3 P. M. dlate preced- 1-n1iversityv Music Hose .
ing publication. Notice of any error must be______
{given in time for the second insertion. ~ ''(1 o yigo l id
CASH RATES quclannetydieapolr
Ten cents per reading line (on thec basis of lill-arl,)l tpIu,
five average words to the line) for one tr two pri'ics phone71.
instf1ionsg.1 -6--6--6--97-172
Nine cents per reading line for three or more
insertions.
Cash classifieds -eceived at the Daily office l)A CING Every 8:0 r f-l i na'r2 l[ -"
in The ]Press Building on Mayvnard Street, boras. 5 m1iles ovt t Jiradwoy on
CONTRACT RAT'ES new Plymouth paved road. fri-sat-tf
Special standardized rates given on applica- lirisbgmnyorruhae-
tion.sThrisbgfrbuhSl-
men. The Nort ilRidg-,e Co. wants a
LOST few mnen to whoml l 1"y canl guaranl-
LOST-Gold fountain pin 'rtils M. tee a weekly salary. Address Box
E1 Cl 60 ~ iii~s 153, Daily. 160-162-164
LOST-Sigali infasenedto6ilkStudents! SveMoney!
f LOT-Sgln Xipil, fatend t sik l 25% off on usedc typewriters.
handker chief. 11. W. Gouldthorpe, Phone Landlis 3489.
5-10-27. Call 22491, 162-163-164 foir li-.at
lLOST-A man's wrist watch on FOR convenience, spoed all(] atisfac~-
South tennis court, Ferry Field. tion, visit Tlrojiso shkls 1larlwr
Return to, 727 Oakland. 162 SIlop1. tuea-#hlir- at
LOST--Will the person who pickedI-EA LTH Begins we you phone
up Topaz ring in the ladies wash l 428. C. Al. Gipson. Chiropractor, 35
room in the main library Saturday Wuevth Arcade. 'wes-thurs-sat-tf
night call Swann at 21115. Reward.
Want it because it was a gift. NOTICE-Stoddard Hlair Shop. Try
161-162-163 one of our permanent waves, which
give a diepth and softness to the
LOST-Small white gold octagon- hair. 707 N_ University.
shaped wrist watch with silver tues-thurs-sat
bracelet. Lost between R. & S. -___ - ---- -----® --
Lunch and Library, Monday, about NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.
4 A. .M. C#11l 8817. 160-161-162I All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfalction -gtuariteed.
LOST-Blvck patent leather purse ini ANN ARBiOlt 811()1', 625 E. Liberty.
Library, Tuesday snight, Call 35627. e--Tues.Thurs.-Sat,
M. K(elley. 160-161-162
IPAPEIZIIANGINQ - 35c single roll
LOST-A green Schaefer fountain pen, and up. P'ainting also. C. .W.
marked LeVerne Taylor.. Phon"iif holmes, .418 N. State. . Dial 3784
6988. after 4 .tu-th-sat
LOST-A green gold Wahl fountain ' SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very'reas.-
pen, Friday morning on campus. onable prices, tailored or ready.
Call j.' E. Wendel, 3193. Reward. made. We have a wonderful varl-
LOSTFriay, pri 22 siler an- ety of patterns. Repairing also a
ity case on a train, with two black spcat.b uiflarcsoryr
enameled figures on front. Reward. winter overcoat.
7817 WILL) THE TAYLOR
__________________________109 E. Washington
FOR RNT IPhone 5069
_____________________________c Wedl-Fri-Sat
ROOMS-North Thayer 109, near hos- NOTICE - The new Victor Ortho-
pital and campus. Large, pleasant I poi otbemcie r ee
suite. One (double room; also room pom nPrabl emachem.arechee
on first floor with bath. Available Cm nadha~te.Shc
June 10. Ladies or married coule Berle & Son Music House. ti!
preferred. Dial 7445. 162-163 ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
FOR RE§NT-Near hospital and cam- 6513. daily-tt
lpus Five room house, two 2-room -_ ___ ____
apartmrents, first and second floor, TO SEE best of 50 litres clothing drop
available June 12. Phone 21815. card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
4160-162-163 6,365 evenings. $22 to $30. tt
FOR ALENOTICE-The new, Royal Portables
FOR SALE-Good trailer for sale' are now on display at Rider's Pen
cheap. J. C Smith, 1608, Charlton. Shop, 315 State St. A wonderful
Phone 6140 162-163 machine. You "will be interested.

Get Yours Now.

Prices Reasonable.

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FTHE BEST,
Steaks, Tasty Chops-
whether in large quantities
ly- Every cut of meat at

213 East Liberty St.

Worth the Walk

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FOR SALE-Underwood
Good condition; $30,00.
after 6 P. MX

t~ypewrit r.
Call 21933
162-163-164

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
{R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Hfoward It.(Chapmntu, Miniser for
Students
10: 45-Morning worship. Sermon03
by MVr. Sayles : "Tile Funida.
mnentals of Happiness."
12: 00-Church. Bible School. The
student group will meet at
Guild House, closing prompt-
ly at 12:45.
5 :30-Friendship IHour.
6: :0 -- Discussion mneeting in
charge of Freshman group.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron a-°d It vision Sts.
Mterle It. Anderson; Minister
Lewis C. RIlrnn
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretaries for Stents.
9:,1-Church School.,
10:45-Dr Anderson" will preach
on: "1)o Snirits 4Aomniate
Withi Us r, Also children's
sermon.
10: 45-Kindergarten and Junior
C. E.
5: 00-Intermediate C. E. The
pastor will speak on: "The
IRontantic Story of the Early
Chrzaistians."
5 :,'0O-Social H our and Supper.
6:30--.-Youngi People's Society
Installation of officers and
admninistration of the Hloly
Communion.

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CONGREGATIONAL,
CHURCH
H1erbert A. Jump, Minister
Hilen Rtaunsay, Student Diroctor
10 : X45'ThWar 'in JHeaven."
6:00--Student hour with question
box by Mr. Jump%.
S : 00-Mot4on picture service.
Mr Jump will preach.
S : 00-Motion picture service. Lon
Chaney in "1Tower of Lies;"
Annual week-end house party
of the Cabinet and members
at Yr W. C. A. Camp, Cava-
lnaughi Lake, Friday to Sun-
dlay afternoon. MVr. Jump
conducts discussions on God,
Jesus, Life and the, Bible.

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice," subject: "M.1ortals and
Il f1'inir ls."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday- school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45-Wednesday evening testi-
monial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 and 11
State Savings Bank ,building, is
open drily from 12 to 5 o'clock,
except Sundays and legal holid~ys.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Fourth Av e. near Packard St.
G~. A. Neumann, Minister
9:00 A. M.-Sunday school.
10 :00 A. M.-Regular morning scr--
vice. Sermon topic: "Moth-
er's JHeroismi."
11:00 A. Al.-German service.

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL, CHURCH
Div ision and Catherine Streets
Rey. iHenry Lewis, Rector
Rear. T. L~. Harris, Assistant
Fort Sunday After Easter.
8:00 A. M. -Holy Communion
(the church).
9:30 A. M - Holy Communion
(Harr'Hall).
11:00 A. M.*--Morning; prayer and
sermon,- by the Rev. H-enry
Lewis.
3:30 P. AT -Hike for students.
Meet at Harris Hall.

FOR SALE-Ford roadster. Demount-
able rims, self starter, five good
tires. -Excellent condition. A bar-
gain for $35.00. Call Roberts, pllone
4418. 161-162163-164-165-166
FOR SALE--1926 Ford Coupe. Looksf
like new. Has seat covers, heater,
tires almost new. Price is right.
1922 podge touring, motor A-i con-
(ditionl. Don't pay railroad fare.
Drive this home.
R. H. ALBER
.514 E. Washington Phone 3115.
FOR SALE-Late 1924 Ford roadster
with disc wheels. Excellent condi-
tion. A bargain. Dial '6t&8
160-161-162
FO11, SALT:{-Conn B-flat terror Saxo-
phone. Newly refinished and pad-
ded at factory Phone 4435.
160-161-1 62
FOR SALE -Most desirable large
rooming house, furnished or unfur-
nisbed. Best location. Easy terms.
May rent. Dial 7733 (or 4454
evenings) .
FOR SALE-1$21 Ford Touring. t 40.
Call 3283. tf
FOR ' SALE-Chevrolet 1923 touring.
$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 91.17. Boyer or Farquhar.
WANTED
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
. ti
NOTICE-University instructor wants
furnished house for academic year
j1927-28. Would care for large home
during owner's absence or sabbati-
clleave if rent is nominal. Harry
L. Samuel, 320 East Washington St.
SatSunTu

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SHUB'ERT- LAFAYETTE
Popular Prices
l ights. ,2ac to $1.00
"6RAIN"
;t' Scniwret maughiarn's virile Story
""nevt into dramatic fora} by Joall
Col tonl and V lenice Rindolph.
By THE' NATIONAL PLAYERS

B'nai B'rith
IIILLEL FOUND )ATION

jZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Av e.
E. C. Stellbiorn, Pastor
j9:00 A. M.-Bible study.'

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner 1111l and Tap'paxi
Kenneth B. Bowen; Pastor
9:00 A. MV.-Suinday school.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(MIssonri Synod)
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUIEX, MInlster.
9:00 A. M.-German service.

I (;5 F.. lUniversity

V)al 9771

WANTED-Students who like good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.I

Sunday, Ma1-5

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