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TH-F.' MICIGCAN DAIL Y

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* Chica o. ...... 300 30 3 305-.1
fit. Louis ...... 211 000 301-
Chicago ...000 010 000-
'St. Louis .....000 000 000-
:Detroit .........011 100 300-
Cleveland.......020 024 l0x-

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St. Louis ........012 050 00--8 108
Chiag........000 210 101-- 10 1

IN G IQ N", I FlETT IA K L

('ooplr of Michigsanl, MCGinnis of
W1i'~(onisin, and Irvin of Ohio look
the best ini the highs. The . amie
fied in the losswivth McGinnis
out will fight for the pointis.

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Mlay 2----IAl at rPu .

THIS
COLUJMN{
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

CADVERTISING

THIS
COLUMNA
I&CLo"ES
AT 3 P

ft. I XCii5.... .(01 0(}2 01-4<)1 9 .,"?t l l ~&uof' " ioa N wIiihe cl-
Clhih ago.........022 000 04x-8 138G' igil efr heNiolU xnIn -
mtent thi i> a ul,_ a 1]ri reiiI-
port from 1 nI d i tes (I ul V "
It. H. EC. l'ittsbulrglh.......000 200) 000-2 F; 0 .~a o eled. .\u oshd~I(
L4 12 0 Cinnti.......000%,000 000 -0 G 1 vionsly leen ic .ar'Eu ineligi!I(Ic be-
811 1 - cause of isy failure to()horn iniiaiiiscor
IHomoi Runs ,ini the Nationial Open last yearmat
-1 3 0; American L-a-ue: Blankenship,: Columbus.
-0 54 Chic-ago; Millar and Williams, St.! The C rand Rapids starI 1is idble to
Louis. complete inl the seeR iolal trials;fol. i le!
--6 11 1 National Lea-ue: flottomley and; national tourney whi li will be helt! oni
-9 10 ? Dell, /R. Louis; Webb, Chicago. June G at Loc hiore, Detrioit.

with ~~itlih hfl ticeC iftr two Burg and McGinnis are the only
yc-,rx vcatilon. T':- looaks aau of! safe bets in the high jump, and North-
just about 41:!0O is Illinjzis has Alt;- western has a. good man in Rettig,
: iwCC 0 (1W. .1Cfor Qh~dand t ir(I but Michigan is not even entered with'
places , wand y.. t ~ichz o'the LNeld Waldo at home.
Ixill vi 'lie ethe'r pl cs 1is( xtl leI- -
1y doubit fhl. MNIroe's pr~ic ice yest, r- Selrav-esand looks great in the
day makes it seem t hat Coach Farrell discuus along with Lovette forI
is going to entecr h umn in the ha f. I Michigan. Rasmnus, Ohio; Tau, er.-
-- - I ~ratic Iowanu with 153 feet to lhis
In Pie -ud les. ('11114I a1 dAlli- ced~ iit; and Lew isNorthuwest i ft

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If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie ! NOTICE
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged. NOTICE-Some time
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to 10adFb 1alr
classify all wants ads under appropriate head 1 n eb a'
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable gold, closed-case wal
copy. nois works was rel
I This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced- tor nlb itk
ing publication. Notice of any error must be cbt and l ythe wrong e
given in time for the second insertion. persoin whohas souch
CASH RATES Ilesnwohssc
Teni cents per reading line 6on the basis of call and receivte theil
five average words to the line) for one or twot Arnold & Co., J1
insertions. 220 Mainw
Nine cents per reading line for three or more.4
insertions.
iCash classifieds received at the Daily offieIIaOATN -attn
f The Press Building on Maynard Street.,IC R TN ~iii
CONTRACT RATES ing 35c single roll
Special standardized rates given on applica- scientious. Call C.
don. I nhne 590. ti729 Rflvi

i S~oo li'I( I l lv, if')Yc I'of I1flok1

als50o otshnid~ling.

between Dec.
kge Size, ladies
Itch, with Illi-
'pairedt inl Our
ethe customer
,V- tch. Will t-he
a. watch please
r own?
Jewelers
5t.
172-1T3-174
gpaper-hang-
andc up. Con-
WV. Holmes,
)k:S. to-th-sat

LOST

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LOFT-Gareen slicker on campus, Mon-
day. Call J. C. O'Donnell, 8035.
172-173-174
LOST-AlIphm Ga in ma Delta sorority1
'piin. IFinder please gall 8817.
172-173~
'LOST-A black and white purse1
Inear Huiron street. Call 5733.
170-171-1.72
LOST-A greenl gold Wal fountain
pen, Friday morning on campus.
Call J. E. Wendel, 3193. Reward.
ILOST-Friday, April 22," silver van-
ity case on a chain, with two black
jenameled figures on front. Reward.
78171
FOULTND
FOUND-Pocket-book. Ask in Grad.
reading room 1. I ilrary. 170-171
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-1523 South University.
A front suite in private family.
Dial 22288. 170-171-172
FOR RJWNT-Washtenaw Apts. Fur-
nished apartment from June, fore
summer. Dial 22219. 17 1-172
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-
nments. For information call 5217.
170-171
FOR RENT-All or part of eight-,
room house for summer. South-I
east and, near caftmpus. Phone
2-1553. N * 170-171
FIOR RENT-Two room furnished
apartment at 324 E. Jefferson.
After 6 P. NI.E. dial 3549.
170-171-172-173-174-175
FOR ISALE
All makes of typewriters for sale or
rent. Excellent mchines at rea-
sonable prices, for rent. Prompt
repair'. g by experienced workmen.
Courtous service. Aulta Brand
Ribbons and Carbons., Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State Street.
sun-tues-thurs-tf

Students? Save Money!
25%f off on used typewriters.
Phone Lanais 3489.
tui-di-sat
FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
tion, visit Trojnowsl R Barber
Shop. tues-thur-sat
HEAlLTH Begins when, you phone
8428. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 3.5
sWuevth Arcade. tries-thurs-sat-tf
NOTCE--Stoddard Hair Shop. Try
one of our permanent waves, which
give a depth and softness to the
hair. 707 N. Ulniversiity.
tues-thurs-sat
NOTICE-Hats. cleaned and blocked.
JAll kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfactio n guaranteed.
ANN ARBOR SITUP, 625 F. Liberty.
e-Tn es.-Thurs.-Sat.
PAPERHANGING -35c single roll
and uip. Painting also. C. W.
Holmes, 418 N. State. Dial 3784
after 4 . tu-th-sit
Used Victor Portable phonograph, as
good as new. $20. Easy terms.
University Music House. tf
NOTICE
SENIORS!!?1
JUJNIORIS 1!2
$6,00 A YEAR?!?
An old established Detroit, firm
needs a few college men. We teach
you our business and see to it that
you are firmly entrenched in the most
lucrative profession known. Write
us all about yourself and we will ar-
range for interview:
APPLICANTS SELECTED CAN
'MAKE FROM $15 TO $20 A DAY
TO START
Write John H. Walsh & Sons, At-
tention A. J. Hart, Sales Director,
1606 1st National Bank Building, De-
troit, Michigan.

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FO1I, SALE-1927 Dodge Sport road-
ster, five -bearing crankshaft motor.
Rumble seat. Looks like new.
1921 Dodge tourig, A-i condition.
Will sell cheap.
Don't pay railroad fare. Drive this
home.
R. H. ALBER
514 W. Washington Phone 3115
tf
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 Trouring. $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.
PATED
WANTED-Position as cook in frater-
nity next fall. Phone to '7809. 172
WANTED-Maid for general house-
work, part or whole time. Tele-
phone 2-1502. 172-173-174
WANTED-Students who like good
lo ABES ver 'between 9:30t and 11:30 P. M.
tBARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurm.-Sat.
WANTED-College women with ex-
perience to operate and manage
high class summer inn and tea
room on finest resort lake in north-
ern Michigan, June 27 to Sept. 1.
Address Box 184, %Michigan Daily.
161,163,164,166,169,1'70,172,1.75
WANTED -Student solicitors. Re-
munerative work in Ann Arbor.
Some sales experience desirable.
Telephone University 97=M.

NOTICE-For typing, of all kin"~
quickly and neatly done at popular~
prices phone 7345.
162-'63-64-65-66-67-68-69-70-31-72-73
Style 6-Semi-portable Victrola, in-
cluding six records, for $24.50.
Frine for cottage or canoe. Univer-
sity Music House. if
NOTICE-Do not leave Michigan until
kyou have preserved your dlomia
by' the famous. drum~-head mou~nt
process. Let's talk it over. J.1B.
Saunders, exceptional framning. 306
South State St. tu-th-sun
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleanlig
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daily-tI
TO SED best of 50; lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E., Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30,
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 -The new Victor Ortho-
phonic Portable rmchines are here.
Come in and hear them. Schae-
berle & 'Son Music House. 'tf

RENTALS
WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OFR RGNZD ETA DE
PARTMENT WHEN SEEKING A
IHOME FOR THE FUTURE?
Some of our offerings include:
1. Six rooms in Cutting Apts. Heat'd w t r Fu ns e . P s sio
Sept. 1. $110 per month.
2. Ten rooms on Wilmot. Posses-
sion at once. $100 per m~onth.
3. Furnished house on Cambridge
Road. Possession June 15, price
$105 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 Tappan Ct. Seven roo n
louse with or without garage. Posses-
sion 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. Ensmtinger with
CHIARLES L. BROOKS,
Real Estate Exchange, Realtors.
Dial 22571 Eve 38'30

WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sam pays from $5 to $25 for old

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