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WNEDNESDAY, MA.Y is, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOOTBALL
WILL ,MEE
Annual Chicago
To Be Pres
PDeservi
PROSPECT*

I~NUOA[S WITH THE TR ACKMEN _
By Herbert F. Vedder State as a xrobable added starter.
have een asport writr wh6 tri ohiscoin t e palace. Because
Alum i id 4rld ward hv enasot rtrw6tido i oki h past few ,weeks,
ented To Mnost to predict the outcome of a lual track Hester must be classed as the favor-
[ug Player meet. It. probably was an Illinois. ite in both races.
M 1ichigan competition at that, judging
LOOK GOOD from the last three contests between While Rester haIs been showviing
those schools as last Saturdlay's ntine! letter With each $),'iurday in boft

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C'oIife1'rnce NIdoor champlion, oa-d
s Itowed Bgood f ormt. Uit Hle r ,01i
be a strong eomiil'titr i'~x tb~rd
plac.
Bevan has dlone rather ,well in the
half mile this year, and it is i~ble

best milers in the Bi'f en.
aKennedy of Ohio State has beaten
9 :35 in the two mle run and if he
is not entered in the mile -will prob-
,' ly give 1-fernberger a great race.1
Wyck off is a good two miler also, but
.will probably be reserved for the
,mile and possibly half mile.

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AT3 PAADIVE RISINGd T3P

Candidates for next fall's football
team will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight
in the Union, to discuss the plans for
practice next September. All partici-
pants in the spring grid'/sessioins are
expected to attend the meeting. Coach
Fielding H. Yost and Capt. Bennie
Oosterbaanr will speak on the pros-
pects for next sson)n which will be
kitown as Stadiumiyear, on account
of thle dedication cof the new stadium.
Coach Tad Wieman will address the
group on the results of the spring
practice just completed. As a conclu-
sion of the evening's program the Chi-
cago Alumni trophy will be pres~ntedl
to the player who has been adjudged
by the coaches as deserving to re-
ceive the award. The presenitation
Will be made by Meyer Morton, rep-
resenting the Chicago alumni.
This has been the most successful
spring practice ever held, according
to Coach Viiieman who was in charge.
The number of candidates reporting
was .greater than ever lbefore, 1416
suits being issued by the athletic de-f
par tment, while the daily turnouts]
averaged 70 to 90 men.,
The practice games held last week
were marked by much better ~playing
than is usual for this time of year. The
tackling of the candidates was espe-
cially gratifying to the coaches. As is
customary in spring grid sessions a
great deal *of time was spent in fun-
damental instruction on the rudiments
of football. Every candidate who re-
ported was given an opportunity to
receive expert, coaching from Varsity
coaches and players. The men prob-
ablyr derived more enjoyment from
the practice this year than any pre-
vious time making it a pleasure ra-
ther than a grind.
Aside from the work of the regular'
coaches, Wieman, Kipke, and Keen.
sevoral former players volunteeiled
their services in helping instruct the
grid candidates. Walter Weber, full-
back on this year's team, Bob Brown,
captain of the 1925 eleven, and Charles
Bassett, former Michigan. State foot-
ball player, were the men who aided
in the work.
Weber instilled the same spirit in
his men that developed him from a
mediocre player at the beginning of
practice last fall into one of the best
fullbacks in the Conference when the
season was over. Next fall Weber will
coach the Benton Harbor high school,
grid team~, as he will graduate from
the University next-month., Bassett is
a former coach of the Flint high
school football team. Hle is takjng
special work in the University this
semester.
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IJpoint margin 'was the largxest. oftnh the century and furlongrte samte

that lie will run it as well as the 440.
TooJey, who finished second for Ohio
in the quadrangular mneet is another
I strong man wvh-o may face Lomocnt.
jWyckoff is, another who mlight. rum
this although he will probably bae say-
t ed for the longer distances.
Milchigan Is not considrel'e in
lte tulle; Ohio State Is. This, tells
Uie story of the dope in ibhis ,evtnt.s
Wyckoff and Loomis finis~ied on--
two in the quadranglji'P eet
ahtead of Peta at of Wisconsin andt
ITIlliamns of Chicago, two of the

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(Tomorrow's columit v ill treat
thte relative strengthc of Ohio and
fichigan in the field events).

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ii4n 24l14? ~ 2 - -- ethree cait not b said of Kiriss. The
Buckeye last In both races in the
In vicew of their vic f ories t3 t r qaadranguglar mneet, being beaten
the iowerflul Iowa "rdullinois ji by liernson of -Northwestern
track leanis oil suaCcesive Soltir- Vohtnis erna nson's time of
days uncomfortfable as the Mar- :00119 In the 100 was very good but
daisiwlyhltve been, flip, Wolv-er- J],is tine of :242 In the furlong Is
Ins hv m a~ayiiflleas*fa only fair. 1asser won the furlonf
vorites a 1ln~ta era hya;lt 1ag-iast Illinois In :22 flat ;after
yea, te taakev f its -11S2- llst~ bA4slowed Uil),which
repetition o asI Ern t chances. Irwin, rpaal .had
most too muchr of te 11ic hlg:,a,, !ier, may 'b 'un in the dashes as
team.m well and migh lt make things, in-
4teresting, especilly iii the 220.
The Buckeyes won the cquadlrangul- DnCoe r orpa i
tlrerfand C icagosiantday, wsu ccesses of the Ohio Relays when
ter, ad hicgolas Saurayno- he won from Irwin in both low and
ing out the. Badgers, winner of the blbhrerasbtteScltan
Big Ten indoor track title by a single !ghayhurdletrems btte cScarletan
point. Ohio took second in the indoor i even chance. Both men prefer the low

MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
EUROPE, ORIENT on
ANYWHERE -
AYISSTEAMSHIP
. TRAVELERS CHEQUES. ETC.
E. CG. KEGLER, Steraip Agt
Lcensud & BosM &L 01 . Huron, (IlAnAbor

"Lawn and Garden.'Equipmen t"
Complete your necessary reeds with a

While Michigan1's s5U1erioril y I
over Mhe 1hllji ' as displayed by
wins ina the track ev4uits, d' pe
would indicate quite clearly that
the Wolverines will whip Ohio by'
scoring heavily in the field events
or else not at all. Olo RaniksI
aabout on a par with Michigan in E
the track, but can scarcely be said
to compare with the Maize and
Blue weiglitmen.
At 100 and 220 yards, Buck Hester
and. Kriss wll renew their feud for
spe'int honors w,. th Irwin of Ohioe

liurdle race ando, Wi tUICh 1ofIowa
are rateds as the outstanding men for
Conference honors.
No one can doubt that Ohil-
hteiser's :49.S performance in win-
ning the 4,40 yard. run over Or-
lovich and Sittig was impressive,
but lie will have to be in flly as
good form to be sure of a win
,Saturday. Bevan made Felt singer
step the qunarter in :49.1 to win in
last year's dual meet but has been
runing the half mtile most of this
spring. However, he shifted back
to the 440) event last Saturday
and fintishied second to lDougam

Rev-O-Noc
Johnston
New Drummer
Paragon
Wedgeway
Cruso
Hibbard
Supreme
Lawn Mowers.

Get a Fairy Whiring
Rain King, or
Adjustable Rain Drop
Sprayers
Garden H-ose, 3-4 and 5-8,
ifl all lengths.
Ga-rden Rakes, Hoes,
Shovels, Spading Foiks,
for every purpose.

If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all wants ads under appropriate bead-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
copy.
This column closes at 3 P. M.'1 date preced-
ing publication, Notice of any error must be
given in time for the second insertion.
fiv aerge CASH RATES
Ten entsper reading line (on thie basis of
fiveaveagewords to, the, line) for one or two
insertions.
Nine rents per reading-line for three or more
insertions,
iCash classifieds received at the i).;ily olfce
iThe Press Building on Maynard Street,
Seil CONTRACT RATES}
Seilstandardized rates given on applica
Lion.
LOST .
LOST---ligslkitabillfldl~-w\ithiiseveral
idl( ut itication cards. 'Reward.' No-
'tify L. M. Smalley, phone 9152.
165-166-161
LOST--Smali, dark brown leather
pu11rse, Monogra in ". Keep money,
lReturn to Fannie Baker, Ilelen
Newberry. 165-:1661
LOST-Classes on or near campus, 1
Saturday night. Finder p~lease call!
Smith 8017. 165-166-1671
LOST-Glasses in ease, on Church
street between Prospect alot ill-
streets. Finder please call 7472.
164-165-166
LOST-Classes in case, on Church
street, bet ween Prospect and !Hill
streets. Finder please call 7472.
164-16-166
LOST-A gold diamond studded ring
on campus. Call 439 South Divis-
ion or phone 8657. Reward.!
164-165
LOST--A green Schaefer fountain pen,
marked LeVerne Taylor. Phlone
6988.
LOST-A green gold Wal fountain
pen, Friday morning onl 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-Near campus. Six rooms.
Completely furnished. June 1 to
September 15. Phone 21097.
wed-tbh-frui
FOR RENT-For summer, four room
furnished apartment. Moderate
rates. Phone 22222.

,WA NTED 1
\1'ANT'I' ;I-D1ecorating. painting,pa
pihagingKq sngeroll aian)u.
Cnsc -(ientliouis, C. 1t'" Iionre s, phione
! .? 729 Brook. tu-thi-sat.
WVA .TEI)- T-,,o ti'L sfrMyi~;
ticval. Min llPoor o; ii :..t b;;'c +"v
Call 81951). Rider's i',tl. Shop. 1L~,
51)17. 165
WAN' 1:-D-'-Th-c,"to tp.Rasont-
a1)lr1) rics lia I 9. . ,V
11 art s!uff. su (1.ve
$5 will buy. (kCarll '
WVANTED - A (lish YwashierL f,)r fri .
ternity. Rema inder of sieh'
Call 8917. 111t;5
WANTED-Men for suimmer employ-
ment near Mdisoni, Wis. Union
Room 306, WdedaMy18, 7
P' NNl. 164-%65
XVANvTD--?4llsicisa us, for dance or-
chestra, who will aittend Suimier
rSchool. Box 176 Daily
I ~Sun.-Tues.- Wed'.
WANTED ST1UPINTts toiKnow utt
Sini pay q from IF:, to $2 for old
suits and overcoats,
121 E. ANN DIAL 43QA
rf
NOTICE-There is good money for
jbrush salesmen. The North Ridge
Company wants a few men to who iii,
they can -guarantee a weekly sal-
ary. Representatives at 332 East
"Jefferson. today antil tomorrow. 165
NOrP1CE-mell Gillespie, teacher man-
dolin, banjos, guitar, chord con-
struction. Dial 47 57.
Wed., Fri.,, Sun., tf
Trojauiowski's Barber Shop has sat-
isfied Students for 40 years. '
sun-wed-fri
SUITS AND) OVERCOATS-Very reas-
onable prices, tailored or reatdy-
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'
I c Wed-Fri-Sat

State. Street Hardware

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~. .~" BONDS TO FIT 4 ┬░

310 South State St.

Dial 5015

Quality, Quantity and Prices Right.

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Q.A1 Ri~ght Start in Business
is Haif the Battle
HJOW~ many know definitely what they want to
tldp after college-or; what they are fitted to do,
succes 4ily'The undecided man is likely to lose
valuable time striking around for a right start.
Investigate the hutes Hof business which interest
you. Find out all you can about-them. Compare the
requirements with your own aptitude's and training.
Tray to start on a solid basis-with a strong firm, in
work for which you are logically suited.
Are you considering the bond business on the basis
of fact or hearsay? It is a field of great possibilities
for men who have certain qualifications. For others
it ,miglit.obviously be the wrong choice,
Our booklet, "The Bond Business as an Occu-
pation for College Men," will give you the kind
of information you need, if you are interested in
this field of business.
Write for booket MD.5 1
HALS EY,. ST UART & CO.
INCOR PORATED
C~HICAGO NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA DETROIT CLEVELAND
tot S. LaSalle St. 14 Wall St. mr South 15th St. Got Griswold St. 9z.5 Euclid Ave.
ST, LOUIS BOSTON MILWAUKEE. MINNEAPOLIS
pq9 North 4th St. 85 Devonshire St. 425 East Water St. 6o8 Second Ave., S.

FRATENITIES AND SORORITIES
Now' is the time to- be think.-
ing about your Year Books.
Comne in and let us give
you, an estimate..
1i6 r&JOb etter impress ions"

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Anmeriean league
New York ......003 012 030-9
Detroit.......020 000 000-2
toston .........300 002 100-6
Chicago ........ 021 000 000-3

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Phone 8805

71 1 N. Univ. (Over Geo. Moe)

Athletic........100 002 001- 4 12
St. Louis ......120 053 00x-11 16

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Wash ington ...000 203 610-12
Cleveland .....000 000 000- 0

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?0f~oal League
Chicago............. .........
002 010000 000 000 000 000 1-4 20 1
Boston...........................
.000 210 060 000,000 000 00 0-3 15 y,

3O~O 0.Drink
in cash prizes
Delicious and Refreshing

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Cincfinnati ......000 000
New Yorklt......010 100

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OOx --2 9

Pitts burg'ki.....000 000 001-1
Brooklyni.......100 60 01x-2

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iSt: Louis .......100 000 -002-3 8
Phillies .........000 021 100-4 11

Warm Weather
Specials
Oan these hot days come in to Crippen's and find
just the sort of refreshment that you are looking
for. Thick-, rich malted milks and delicious sun-
daes and sodas are waiting for your pleasure. We
usei only the best syrups in all our fountain prep-
arations.
We have a complete stock of Norris' and Gilberts'
assorted. chocolates and other candies on hand.
After all, there is no gift that will be appreciated
like- a good box of candy.

65-66-67-68-69-70
FOR RENT-Furnished four room
apartment. Privateblath and en-
trance. Heat and water furnished.
Dial 7339. 1651
FOR RENT-1523 Sbuth University
Front suite dluring May Festival or
longer. Phone 22288. 16;3-164-165
FOR RENT--Washtenaw Apts. Fur-
nished apartment from June, for
summer. Dial 22215). 163-164-165
FOR SALE
FDR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets for Thursday night. Main floor,
middle section. Phone 9562. 165
FOR SALE-Modern upright piano.
Excellent condition anid tone. Price
very reasonable. Call after 7 P. M.
at 5841. 165-166-167
FOR SALE-Maxwell 1923 touring.
Perfect running conditioni. A real
good buy. Call 9117. 165
FOR SALE-Second hand Martin
guitar. Can be seen at Allnwen-
dinger's Music House. 165-166-167
FOR SALE-1924 Ford touring. New
bands. Starter. Excellent tires. $55.
Johnson, 22491. 1008 grnwell.
165-166-167
FOR SALE-Doctors notice! Instru-
ments and office equipment of the
late Dr. Brett, Williamston. Every-
thing a doctor needs. Call or write
-Mrs. Winifred Brett, Williamston,
Mich. Phone 41 at once.
l ~164-165-166-167-168-169"
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets for any concert. Good seats,
rfirst balcony. Phone 4372. 164-165
FOR SALE-Ford roadster. Demount-
able rims, self starter, five good
tires. Excellent condition. A bar-
gain for $35.00. Call Roberts, phone
4418. 161-162-163-164-165-166
FOR SALE-1926 Ford Coupe. Looks
like new. Has seat covers, heater,'
tires almost newv. Price is right.
1922 Dodge touring, motor A-1 con-I
dition. Don't pay railroad fare.
SDrive this home.
I ~R. H. ALBER,
514 E. Washington Phone 3115
FOR SALE - Most desirable large
rooming house, furnished or unfur-
Snished. Best locati qn. Easy terms.
May rent. Dial 7733 (or 4454
ievenings).
I PR S~ALE-1921 Ford Touring. $40.1I

TENOR C UITAR-Tun es like uike or
banjo. Our most popular string in-
strument.: Special price of, $15.
University M~usic H-ouse.
NOTICE -For typing of all kinds
qluickly and neatly dlone at popular
prices phone 7345.
162-63-64-65-66-67-65-69-70-71-72-73
J ENOR BANJO-14-inch oversize re-
sonator in form-fitting case. *Spe-
cial at $34 complete. -The biggest
price value we ever offered. You
don't have to pay all cash. 'Univer-
sity Music I-ouse.
News Letters and College Prlining.
Prices and service right.
Davis & Ohhlnger, Promnpt P'rinters
109-111 E. Wash. St. Dial 8132
WFS-tf
NOTICE - The new Victor Ortho-
phonic Portable machines are here.
Come in and hear them. Schae-
berle & Son Music House. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tf
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
69'65 evenings. $22 to $30. tf'
NOTICE-The new Royal Portables
are nbw on display at Rider's# Pen
Shop, 315 State St. A wonderful
machine. You will be interested.
Call and see them.
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F01-It 4 SPORTS INCIA-DEDI)I
WEK'S SPORT PROG1lM
I BASEBALL I
Today
IColgate-Michigan at Ferri, field.
7Thursday
Colgate-Michigan at Ferry field.1
I Friday
INorthwestern - Michigan at I
I Evanston.
Saturday
SWisconsin-Michigan at Madison.

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All Commnercial

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Branches

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W E give you a solid
,foundation in 'all com-
mercial branches, that will
put you in a commanding

TlRAC'K
Saturday
Ohio State--Michig an
baus.

Iat Co3lum-

\ TE NIS
Saturday
Chicago--Mlichigan at Ferry field.
GOLF
Saturday

Have you seen the announcement
of the $30,000 Coca-Cola prize con-
test-out this' month i the follows
ing magazines:
The Saturday Evening Post.. May 7
Literary Digest ....... May 14
Collier's Weekly .. May 21
Liberty ...... May 14
Life ....... May 5
Keep your eyes open to Coca-Cola adver-

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