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TUES DAY -MAY 17, 1927

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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WITH THE AC~k ftN ammer throw at the Big Ten meet
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School. Blox 176 Daily
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By Herbert Tedderj
Judging from the performnances of
several of the I Iawkeye trackn'ien in'
the Iowa-innesota dual meet Satur-
dlay, the prize for first place winners I
must have been palm beach suits. The
final score of that Iowa run away was ;
96 1-2 to 38 1-2 or somet~'ing like that
$ and the Gophers are wondering how
the Wolverixnes managed their victory;
of the week before.
Bar" culel, 'Western Confect-
etice charnpion'in the low hurdles,
apparently did not have a eery
fa':orable reaction to his defeat by
{cooper at week ago, and won this
ev ent in thle very good time of
a3 _4 seconids.
Bunt the real surprise came in -the
field events. Mau, a rather good'man
in the, discus, 4although not 'regarded
dsa sensational performer, astounded'
the western track followers'*by throwv-:
ing tfie platter 153; feet 3 1-4 inches in
taking first. Against Michigan, his best.
throw was less than 140 feet; last
Saturday, th'ere was a wind, at his'
back?
F orwald of Iowa felt lie should
I tve a hand in the palnm beach
suit winning, or ~whatev'er It was,
and heaved the shot .4 feet 8. 1.2
Inches to 'winl 'first over the Go-
pliers.
Captain 13oyles,'h'o has been call-
ed the unknown quantity because his
first initial .happens 'to be "X", m'ade1
certain of first in the pole vault with
a winning leap of 12 feet 11 3-4 inches.
'Wile Ohliieiser was stampingk
hiniseif as one- of the" greatest,'con-
tencders for high honors In the Big
Ten 440 yard race with a time of
:49.3 over a soggy track, 'Baird
of Iowa."comtinned his great-work
of thls year by turning !it a °mark
of :49.6.'

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411aat1 ; iid in thle 4discus with at*
tlb ow f lss fthram n132 feet only
-a riek a; ter the Wolverine's Fer-
r y 0;e!(drecord throw o 142 fet4
14 IiIV'"e s. Upsel s uSo a Ily ha! pie
Jm';wer, er, for (Mlle ser's. great
nee( to ii'i thle quafflier miile fromt
tle 1-1111i iStars was scarcely ex-
peti.

CO"LLEGE MEN AND Wd3ME
When in' the vicinity' of State and Packard, wvill find the
PACKARD 'RESTAURANT, American cooking, a good place
to eat. Under new management, and everything . else rew.
-703 PACKARD

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P) If you arc a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
________ -----------____ the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
ti'h( )1111h(l gold swill be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
YI E. ('., please classify all wants ads under appropriate he~id-
kE.td1ess '1 jn ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
Copy.
164 This column closes at 3 P. M. (late preced-
-- -ing publication. Notice of any error must be
given in time for the second insertion.
I CASH RATES
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis .of
tive average words to the line) for one 'r two
1 111insertions.
Nine :rents per reading line for three or rnre
insertions.
Cash classifieds rneceiv'ed at thfe D,i y office
in The P'ress Building on Maynard street.
Seil CONTRACT RATES
Spaltarndardized rates given on applica-
tion.1

WVANT'D--College _women with ex-
[);Jri(;1:c to op~erate and managew
high class -sum11mer 'inn iand tea
room onl finiest resort lake i northi-
ern Michigan, June 27 to Sept. 1.
Address Box 184, EMichiigan Daily.

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Sall patys Iroi i ,to A6k!5 mr old
sills avd 4Ioere'oaN.
y 121 F. ANN DEAL 4360,
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NO TI CE
NOTICE-University instructor wants
furnished house for academic year
1927-28. Would care fo~ large home
during owns - s absence or 'sabbati-
cal leave if rent is nominal. Harry .,.
L., Samuel, 320 East Washingto St.
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A1'V course in good stylie is not listed in Dour college curricu!,um, but'
it is one of the most popular in Princeton. And every member of m class,
gets .air "A." Earl Cragg.
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LOST--Glasses in case, on Church
street between Proslwct and114I ill
streets. Fin der lease call 7472.
i 164-165-166
LOST-Glasses in case, on Church
street, between Prospect andl Hill
streets. Finder please call 7472.

The 'Authority on Men's Wear
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

LCOST-A gold
onl campus.a
ionl or phone

diamond studded ring
Call 439 South Divis-
8657. Reward.

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One trip to my Earl' Cragg, Shop at 119 South Main
Street entitles you to the degree of B. S. (Bachelor of

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LOST-A green Schaefer fountain pen,
marked LeVerne Taylor. Phone~
6988.
LOST-A green gold Wahl fountain
pen, Fr ay morning on campus.
Call J. . Wendel, 3193. Reward.
1,OST-F~riday, April 22, silver van-
ity case on, a chain, with two black
enameled figures on front. Reward.
7817
FOR. RENT
FOR RElNT-Furnishedl four 'room
apartmnent. Private bath and en-
trance. Heat and wvater furnished.
Dial 7339. 165

TENOR GUITAR--Tunes like uke or'
t banjo Our most popular -string in-
strument. Specia l price of: $15.,~
' University Music Hopse.
tNOTICE-For typing of all kinds
quickly. and neatly done at popula'r
prices phone 7.
'I 162-63-64-65-66-6,7-68-69-70-71-72-73
There is big money for brush sales-
men. The North Ridge Co. wauts a
few men to whom they can guaran-
tee a weekly salary. Address Box
15,Daily. /160-162-164
SStudent's!4 Save Money!
25% off on used typewriters.
Phone Landis 3489.
tu-th-stat
FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
tion, visit Trojnowskls Barber
Shop. tues-thur-sat
7HEALTH Begins when you phone
8428. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 35
I _Wue"rth Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tt
1NNOTICE--Stoddard .Hair Shop. Try
ione of. our, permanent .waves, which
-lgive a depth and softness to the
.jhair. 707 N- University.
tues-thugs-sat

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Style. After that you are a post graduate.

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One of the peculiar turns taken in
the Michigan-Illinois meet was that
the Wolverines, hitherto rated excep-
tionally strong 'in the weights and
)field events, scored one point less here
than did the Illini and took 'oily three
firsts to four for Gill's men. In the
eight track events, however, lay the
margin of victory for the Wolverines
who piled up 10 more points than
their opponents, andt won five of eight
firsts.

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M. S. is soon won if you stick to the Earl, Cragg habit.
Moreover, you always wear these diplomas on your
back, where all the world can" see them and admire. The
spirited style of my suits is seldom passed without an
,approving glance.
Seriously, there is something about Earl Cragg style
and rich tailoring which is hard to believe, in view of' the F
comfortable forty dollar price at ' which my suits are

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Perhaps thme greatest surprise I
TYPE WRITERS
New TL. C. OR1nitl),
Cotroma, Remingtoni
and 'Royal ptables.,
Seconid-hand and rebuilt typewriters
of all snakes. Lowiest prices. Easy{
terns.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Area:-de phone 6G15

always sold.

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All Coniercial
Bra n les
WATE give you a solid
VTfoundation in all cor-'
mercial branches, that will
put you-in' a 'commanding
position 'in the business
world.
Se~oind Semester
February I4
HAMILTONn
BUSINESS COLLEGE
State anid Will1am Sts.
.Ann Arbor.

Come here to the Earl Cragg Shop for authentic style
counsel on 'any item of men's wear-from suits to shirts.

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The Authority on Men's W4ear.

In the season's popular shades and a'
shapes. At Earl Cragg satisfaction
guaranteed quality. Priced at

FOR RENT- Jefferson Apartments-II
Nicely furnished two room apart-
ment from June 10th for summer.
Subrenting at a sacrifice. Dial
5472. 164
FOR RENT-1523 South University
Front suite during May Festival or
longer. Phone 22248. 163-164-1651
FOR RENT-Washtenaw Apts. Fur-_
nishedl apartment from June, for
summer. -Dial 22219. 163-164-16
FOR SALE
FORSAE-w May Festival tick-
et. pledid location. * Phone
FOR SALE-Doctotrs notice! Instru- 1
ments and office equipment of the!
late Dr. Brett, Wiliamston. Every-1
thing a doctor needs. Call or write
IMrs. Winifred Brett, Williamston,
Mich. Phone 41at once.
FOR 164-165-166-167-168-169
I-FO ALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets for any concert. Good seats,I
first balcony. Phone 4372. 164-165
FOR SALE-Cheap Several tickets'
for Schumann-leink, Wednesday ,
evening., Second balcony. Phone'
I5358. ' 163-164-165 '
IFOR SALE-Underwood typewriter.
(ood condition; .$30.00. Call 21893
after 6 P. MV. 162-163-16G4
All makes of typewriters for sale* or
rent. Excellent machines at rea-
sonable prices, for rent. Prompt
repairing by experienced workmen.
Courteous service. Auta Brand
Ribbons and Carbons. Rider's Pen
.Shop, -315 State Street.
sun-tues-thurs-tf
FOR SAL--Ford roadster. Demount-
able riims, self starter, five- good =
tires. Excellent condition. 'A bar-
gain for $35.00. Call Roberts, phone
4418. 161-162-163-16-6-6
FO SALE-1926 Ford Coupe. Looks
like new.. H'as seat' covers, heater,
tires almost new. Price is right.
1922 Dodge touring, motor A-i con-
dition. Don't pay railroad fare.
Drive this home.
R. H. ALBER
514 E7. Washington Phone 3115r
,FR SALE -Most desirable large
:rooming house, furnished or unfur-
nished. Best location. Easy terms
May rent. Dial 7733 (or 4454
evenings).
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Tourng. ;40.
Call 3283. . f
F~OR SALE-Cihevrolet 1923 touring.
$40.00. Phone 9023 any afternoon
or evening and, ask for McKee or!
Gow.
I FOR SALE-Fordr roadster 1924;
five tires,, 'starter, demountable,
good 'condition,~ 1617 Wastenaw."
1Phone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
WANTED
WANTED-Best portable phonograj'h
II$5 will buy. Call 3068 after G.
164-1651
WANTED - A dish washer for fra-E
{trnity. Remainder of semester.

NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfaction -guaranteed.
ANN ARBOR SHJOP, 625 E.'XLberty.'
c'-Tues.-Thugs,-Sat.
PAPERHANGING - 35c single roll
and up. Painting 'also. C. W.
Holmes, 418 N. State. Dial 3784
after 4 .tu-th-sat
News Letters and "College }Printing.
Prices and service right.
Davis & Ohinger, Prompt Printers
109-111 E. Wash.. St. Dial 81311
WFS-tf
TENOR BANJO0-14-inch oversize re-
sonator in form-fitting, ease.r Spe-t~
cial at $34 complete. The biggest
jprice value we ever offered. You
don't have to ply all cash. Univer-
sity Music House.
NOTICE-Do not leave Michigan until
you have preserved your diploma_
by the famous drum-head mount
process. Let's talk it over. T. B.
Saunders, exceptional framing. 306
South State St. 'tu'-th-sun
jNOTICE -The new Victor. Ortho-
phonic Portale machines are h'ere.
Come in and hear them. Schac-
1Iborle & Son Music I-ouse. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6523. daily-tat
TO SEIE best of '50 lines clothing drop
cayd to 1103 E. Washhigton. Phonea
6365, 4yenlngs . '$22 to $30. tt
NOTICE-TheF new Royal Portables
are now. on, display at Rider's Pen
Shop, "315 'State St. 'A wonderful
machine. . You will be.')nterested.
Call and. seer them. .
NOTICE

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Our entire stock of used cars ha:
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, pure
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.
jThe very one you want is here.
Talk to Mr. Gaius.Pho~ne 429.

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