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WEDNIESI)AY, MAX 5, 1.9,27

THE. MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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COACH HOYT AWARD
Thirty-six Yearling Trackmen Receive
fisignia For Work Durlig Indoor
And Outdoor Seasons

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MANY QUARTERMILERS

Thirty-six members of the freshman
track squad were awarded numerals
last night by Coach Charles Hoyt af-
ter the final official work for the yearl-
figs. A picture of the entire team
was taken yesterday afternoon.
Capt. Richard Chapman, broad jump
and sprint star, heads the list and is
considered a likely Varsity prospect.
Ile has run the 100 yard dash in :10.3
and has made 22 feet 5 inches in thej
broad jump this year. Stuck has
stepped the century in :10.4. Wid-
man was given his award for work
in the javelin, and is capable of 160
feet or better and showing improve-.
ment. Crego is another javelin man
who may develop.
Among the middle and long dis-
tance runners, Hayden is the mostI
outstanding. He has run the 880 in
2:01.5 and made the mile in 4:30 in-
dloors. He also ran the two mile in
10:03 indoors. Herbert, who won the l
freshmancross country race, is an-
other good distance man. He has run
the half in 2:03.
Quarter milers are most abund-
ant on the scuad with Dale and Dal-
toig Seymour and Reed the best of
the crop. All have made under :52
and are good prospects. Reed is also
a good low hurdler. Harbaugh is an-
other low hurdle prospect while Dol-
liver is a fair hurdler.
Robert Evans has "the makins" of I
a good high jumper, according to
Coach Hoyt, while Brooks is probably
the best weight prospect.
The complete list of numeral win-
ners follows: Chapman, dash and
broad jump; Stuck, sprinter; Atkins,
Dolliver, E. Evans, and Harbaugh,
hurdlers; Reed, 440 and hurdles; Far-
ley, Stevens, Dale and Dalton Sey-
mour, 440; Herbert and Hayden, half
mile to two mile; Grunow, mile; Jes-
son, Kennedy, Nunely, and J. F. Smith,
two mile; Richardson, half mile;
Danner and Odle, broad jump; Han-
ley, Oldham and H. Smith, pole vault;
R. Evans and Felker, high jump;
Feldman, Lloyd, Simonian and Ulrich,
hammer; Crego and Widman, jave-
lin;- Hurlburt, Brooks, Raber and
Reiwitch, discus and shot.

JOHNISON RETURNS
TO" HULING STAFF
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Walter Johnson
Dean of Washington pitchers, who
has returned to the Senator's lineup
after being laid up for over two
months on account of a broken leg
he sustaineds in spri1igtraining camp.
His arm has been functioning well,
and if his legs stand up under the
strain of Dlaying he will probably ab-
pear on the mound against the New
York Yankees on Friday or Saturday
This is the "Big Train's" twenty-first
season in the major leagues, all of
whichi le has sp~ent with Washington.
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Droegenuller did 13 feet il the
indoor qaudra-ngular meet, tied lfor
first with !Firaig,, Neraska1, Boy-
les, and1 White -t the)rake Re-
Jays at 12 feet 9 inches. Boyles
wvas secoRnd to -McGiniiis in the in-

The Trackmen

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door Big Teln meet at V icet 7 tition, but this year the total points'
icies, wol against 31icllgian in 1scored at the present time is so close
dismal weather at 12 feet S 3-4 in- that the winners cannot be announc-
ches, and lately at 3-innesota ed until the last match in tennis has
cleared 13 feet 3-4 Inches, Me- been played and the awarding of
(Annis, everybody knows, had his points by Sigma Delta Psi has been
field day in the indoor meet, lvin- made.
ning at 12 feet 10. Besides, lie is Theta Chi had been leading the fra-
a great coimpetitior, wlidi mllay i ternities all year and Beta Theta Pi
make him seem among the imore had been a close second, but in the
favored of the favorites. White has spring contests the latter was elinin-
done 13 feet 3 1-1 inches.. ;ated and the taoin28 aoin 282 aoin 28
ated the two leading contenders now
At any rate, with all of the 13 foot being Sigma Alpha Mu and Theta Chi.
vaulters, none is apt to shatter the I Theta Chi has been eliminated from
existing mark of 13 feet 2 inches set the tennis tournament while Sigma
by Brownell, Illinois. Prout's 12 feet Alpha Mu has succeeded in winning its
7 1-4 inches last week at Columbus way into the semi-finals, and because
and, Northrop's great form last week of this showing they are now lead-
rate them almost as likely to shatter ing Theta Chi by two points. If they
the record, which feat, it must be ad- win the finals in tennis their win-
mitted, is not so likely. ning of the silver cup will be a cer-
tainty,- providing however, that the
The remaining events will be points awarded by Sigma Delta psi,
considered toiiorro. honorary athletic fraternity are not
T r goverwhelmingly in favor of Theta Chi.
CHI ICAGO.-Th e Uruguayan essoccer
team defeated the Sparta eleven of BUDAPEST.- Italy eliminated the
Chicago, 1-0. Hungarian Davis cup team-, 3-1.

'Usually at this time of the year the
intramural office has been able to an-
nounce the winner of the cup that is
given to the fraternity scoring the
nmost points in inter-fraternity compe-

Alexander
Inc.
UNEXPECTED'
SALE
is saving money
for those who
c an take advan-
tage of it.

CLOSES PCO
AT 3 P.. ADVERTISING AT 3 PA
if you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie 'NOTICE
the ATaker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged. ,
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
classify all wants ads under appropriatc heart onable prices, tailored or ready-
copy. and to revise or withhold objectionablec made. We heave, a wonderful earl-
copy.
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- ety of patterns. Repairing also a
ing puldication. Notice of anv error must be specialty. Beautiful fabrics for your
given in time for the second* insertion. ,xrt r~c ~n

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CASH RATES
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five aerage words to the line) for one ur two
Ninetnts per reading line for three or more
insertions.
Cash classifieds received at the Daily office
in The P'ress Building on ?Maynard -Street,.
CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-
tfop.
LOST
LOST-A Gamma Phi :Bett sorority
pin. Initials E. DeJ. on back. Find-
er please phone 21754. 171-172-173
LOST-Small brown purse on cam-
pus, Monday. Kindly return to
Secretary's office. 171
LOST-A black and white purse
near Huron street. Call 5733.
170-171-172
LOST-A green gold Wahl fountain
pen, Friday morning on canipus.
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
FOUND
FOUND-Pocket-book. Ask in Grad.
reading Broom 1. Library. 170-171
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-1523 South University.
A front suite in private family.
Dial 22288. 170-171-172
FOR RENT-Two pleasant rooms in
private family, for summer stu-
dents. Phone 3196. 1015 Michigan
Ave. 170
FOR RENT-Washtenaw Apts. Fur-
nished apartment from June, for
summer. Dial 22219. 171-172
FOR RENT-Near campus. Six rooms.
Completely furnished. June 1 to
September 15. Phone 21097.
wed-th-fri
FOR RENT-Five room apartment,
with fireplace and'modern improve-
ments. For information call 5217.
170-171

winter overca
WILD TlE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 6069
c Wed-Fri-Sat
NOTICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher man-
dolin, banjos, guitar, chord con-
struction. Dial 4757.
Wed., Fri., Sun., tf
Trojanowski's Barber Shop has sat-
isfied Students for i0 years.
sun-wed-fri
News Letters and College Printing.
Prices and service right.
Davis & Ohlinger, Prompt-Printers
109-114 E. Wash. St. Dial 8132
WFS-tf
Used Victor Portable-'phonograph, as
good as new. $20. Easy terms.
University Music House. tf
INO'iCE
JUN IORS!
$6,000 A YEARI!!
An old established Detroit firm
needs a few college men. We teach
you our business and see to it that
you are firmly enfrenehed in the most
lucrative profession known. Write
us all about yourself and we will ar-
range for interview.
APPLIZ"ANTS SELECTED CAN
MAKE FROM $15 TO $20 A DAY
TO START
Write John II. Walsh & Sons, At-
teniion A. J. Hart, Sales Director,
1606 1st National Bank Building, De-
troit, Michigan.
NOTICE-For typing of all kinds
quickly and neatly done at popular
prices phone 7345.
162-63-64-65-66-67-68-69-70-71-72-73
Style 6-Semi-portable Victrola, in-
cluding six records, for $24.50.
Fine for oottage or canoe. Univer-
sity Music House. tf

~YLTLDAYS~
Ajiericaii Leaguie

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R.H. E.
Detroit.........200 400 000-6 10 2
Cleveland ........00 000 021-3 9 1
All other games postponed on ac-
count of rain.
National League
Mt H. E.
Brooklyn: ......1(f 0 4(0 100-6 15 1
Phlillies........000 220 010-5 11 1
R. IT. E.
Cincinnati ......000 00 100- 1 3 0
Pittsburgh .....110 001 143-11 19 0
All other games postppned on ac-
count of rain.
Home runs Manush, Detroit.

BILL & MERT'S
A NEW CHEF
AND
BETTER SERVICE

338 South

State St.

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Grecenwood and Kilgore

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25
Off
On all Street Shoes
$14 Shoes now $10.50
OtherA $8.60 to $11.25

UNEXPECTED SALE
IS STILL IN PROGRESS

FOR RENT-All or part of eight-
room house for summer. South-
east and near campus. Phone
2-1553. *'170=171

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ALL SUITS

$39.75

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Our whole Spring stock of suits is included in this sale, which means
that while the sale has been a great success there is still a plentiful assort-
ment left. Come in and look around-it will be worth your time.
:Hab erd&&ashery at a acrif ice

FOR RENT-Two room furnished
apartment at 324 E. Jeffersom
After 6 P. M. dial 3549.
170-1,71-172-173-174-175
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-By owner, late 11#24
Ford roadster, disc wheels and in
pergect condition. Extra tires.
220 S. Ingalls. Dial 6978. 171
FOR SALE-Hudson Coupe. A give-
away at $60.00. 333 East Ann.
169-170-171
FOR SALE-1927 Dodge Sport road-
ster, five-bearing crankshaft motor.
Rumble seat. Looks like new.
1921 Dodge touring, A-1 condition.
Will sell cheap.
Don't pay railroad fare. Drive this
home.
R. H. ALBER
514 W. Washington Phone 3115
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FOR 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 Touring. $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 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
WANTED
WANTED-Student for dining room
work during Sumrner School. Mar-
bruck Tea Shop, 632 Forest. Phone
8474. 171-172
WANTED-Theses to type. Reason-
able prices. Dial 9387. M. V.
Hartsuff. sun-wed

ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tt
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tt
NOTICE--The new Royal Portables
are noW on display at Rider's Pen
Shbp, 315 State St. A wonderful
machine. You will be interested.
Call and see them.
NOTICE - The new Victor Ortho-
phonic Portable machines are here.
Come in and hear them. Schae-
berle & Son Music House. if
RENTALS
WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
OUR ORGANIZED RENTAL ft-
PARTMENT WHEN SEEKING A
HOME FOR THE FUTURE?
Some of our offerings include:
1. Six rooms in Cutting Apts. ,Heat
and water. Furnished. Possession
Sept. 1. $110 per month.
2. Ten rooms on Wilmot. Posses-
sion at once. $100 per month.
3. Furnished .house on Cambridge
Road. Possession June 15. Pice
1105 per month.
4. Suburban five room house. Semi-
modern. Possession at once. Price
$25 per month.
5. Six room apartment on Mc-
Kinley. Heat and water furnished.
Available now. Price $70 per month.
6. 303 N. Eighth St. Six room house.
Available Sept. 1. Rent $45 per
month.
7. 835 Tapp9an Ct. Seven room
with or without garage. Possession
now. Price $90 per month.
8. Near Campus. A-1 rooming
house that accommodates from 35 to
40 persons. Possession this fall.
Rental $2500 per year.
Let us take the responsibility of
finding your home.
Call Mr. F. B. Ensminger with
CHARLES L. BROOKS,
Real Estate Exchange, Realtors.
Dial 22571 Eve 3830

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We are also including all our haberdashery in this great sale.

If you

need shirts, ties, socks, pajamas, anything in the line of furnishings-then
by all means see what we are offering you at these drastic reductions.

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Flnel

Trousers

off
on all
Sport Shoes
$11.50 Shoes now $9.20
Others $8.80 to $9.60

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These flannel trousers were formerly priced from $11 to $16.50 and
are now selling from $8.00 to $12.00. Alterations will be made at cost.
25% off on all wool knickers.

WANTED-Typist wants work this
summer. Theses, doctors' theses,
etc., etc. Make arrangements -now.
R. W. Ross, 1007 Monroe St. Tel.
6293 167-169-171-173-175-177-179
WANTED-Student solicitors. Re-
munerative work in Ann Arbor.
Somehsales experience desirable.
Telephone University 97-M.
170-171-172
WANTED-Musicisans, for dance or-
chestra, who will attend Summer
School. Box 176 Daily
Sun.-Tues.- Wed.

School of Nursing
of Yale University
XPro fession for the
College Woman
interested in the modern, scientific
agencies of social service.
The twenty-eight months course, pro-
viding an intensive and varied experi-
ence through the case study method,
leads to the degree of
BACHELOR OF NURSING.
Present student body includes gradu-
ates of leading colleges. Two or more
years of approved colleg work required
for admission. A few scholarships avail-
able for students with advanced quali-
fications.
The educational facilities of Yale Jni-
versity are open to qualified students.
For catalog and information address:
The Dean
The SCHOOL of NURSING of
YALE UNIVERSITY
NEW HAVEN CONNECTICUT

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