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THlURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PIS 2

PAGE SE~VEN

HYPOTHETICAL YALE.MICHIGAN MEET
IN TANK SHOULD FAVOR WOLVERINES THIS AII .
i r /lLI l©A9 IP -1 r Vt, AitslS

FOR SALE'
FOR SALE-1924 Ford Roadster,
ceamniiIn igoodlcondition. Berger

"UW ULU 207Vashtenaw. 7
Competitive 0, rf oluianceS R e f ut e fancy diving, a most uncertain andl CLOSES RCoes - - _______- --me_____1'tl n Es 3icniteteet T3 O AEHr t s odcue
1i oss n vn.A ..A DXE R'r I SING AT 3 P' FRSL-eei ' odcue
Eli Supporters If an adivantage were to be granted, } Ir 192. Thoroughly overhauled and
Ion the conl sideration o the season's ( reconditioned last month. Starter,"
! By lanchard W. (lelnnd i recrds, there is no douat lbut that! spare, and accessories. Cal Weil'
In a hypothetical swinmming meet: Michigan has that edge. No collegiate! I you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie LS at 9852 ater supper. 177-7-79-80
4§ outlined in the May 13 issue of !opponent has scored more than 25 the Ad-Taker Dial 21214,' and your want ad __________________
will be charged.Oh-ie'sfptanjen in Ann FOR SALE-The fine fait. house, 125'
the New YorkItimes between the points in a single meet, and only one; The MItchigan Daily reserve the right to LOTRdrsfuti
MihgnadYl em. h w u-other has seed as many as 221 classify all wants ads under approljria te head-; Arbor Savings ank, June 1. Name:Wahea AvnatSUOls
standing collegiate teams of the counl-; points against the Wolverines. In al l 9sg and to revise or withhold objctionable ; n pe, Chao ao Yan. Findli nvle. ay rent. Inquire o
try, Yale was declared vitor by a ;these cases Michigan has doubled herI This column coe at a . Rf. dae peced- please (call 7U3;. Reward. 177 Huron Valley Bldg. & Sa. Aix,
38 to 33 score. Many Michigan sup- ;opponents' scores and( went on to es-i tg pl in tiome Notice of any error must re; 116 N. Fourth Ave 177-7+-.3 :I
gIgivenintm for the secon insertion. LJOST'--leffel 2.nd( Esser drawing
porters are quite indignant at what Kabush a high score record for the CASH DATES I instruments in West EnigineeringI FOR, SALE-1923 Ford touring. Ex-
they regard a' seeming injustice, theBig Teniteclgaechmonip T cents per reading line (on the basis Of( Bilding. Call Ralph ~igie, 21517. cellet condition. Colnd tires. De-
general opinion being that the Yale, meet, taking it with a total of 49 five average words to the line) for one or two Rew r
insertionswr. 175176-177 muntable~ rimes. Starter. License
team would stand none too goodI points. ine cents per reading line for three or mre I - - plates. A real bargain. 7 cash.;l
chance of defeating the powerful Wo-1 Revising the summary to read a- ; ineitons. LOST-A green gold Wahl fountain PhnrncsLn,,59 7
cording to the correct performiances, Cash classifieds received at the aly office pen, Friday morning on campus. ___________________
verinies. !Michigan should win in the following 1 in The FPrss Building on Maynard Street. Call J E. Wendel, 3193. Rwr.Almkso yertr o aeo
"While there is no other means manner: CONTRACT RLATES Illmks ftpertrsfrsaeo
than actual contest to decide a cer- Sn~iis Special standardized rates given on appica- LI:OST-Ftriday, April 2,; silver van- rent. Excellent machines at rea-,
taity heratngofheloelymach-I_ ity case on a chain, with two black sonble piefrrn.Pop
taity he atng f te cosly atc-!200 yard relay-Michigan 1:37 3-10; enmldfgrso-rn.Rwr. rpiigfrrn.Pop
ed teams, fit is possible to mnake a eaee iue nfot ead Yale 1:37 2-5. L reaiin by experienced workmen.
farysfesiaeithscsby 50 yard swim-S'amson, Michigan,____________________ 7817 courteous service. Aulta Brand
reviewing the year's best competitive :23 9-10; House, Yale; Darnhll Mich- LOST-Pair rimless glasses ,with Ribbons and Carbons. Rider's Pen
perormncetadiiguingtheefrm. octagon lenses. In case marked L. , Shop, 315 State Street.r
the likely outcome of a dual meet un- a, id :4 n A. Ott Mansfield, Ohio. Call Myroni FOR RENT-To sub-let, furishled 2- sun-tes-thurs-tf
der tandrd cndiionswith the 200 yard break stroke-Rickman, unsn Poe267,Rwr. ro aatet riiartl
de tnadcniin ihteIYale, 2:43 4-5; Shorr, Michigan, Breo.Poe26b.Rwr. omartheodernthroughou. ,Itqeir
championship fixtures listed, and the 2:48; R. Halsted, Michigan, 2:49 1-5. 176177171_bthmoernthrugou__Iquie__FOSAE-NwoldplaedE-fat
contenders confined to three events1 4 adsi-asn VihgnAt ,64E nv 7-7-7 alto Conn saxophone with case.
apiece as prescribed- by the rules," 5:09/4-5; L n ne, Yale, 5:14 3-5; Muslselrat nceaGlenrLa ue-5;FOR RENT-W ashtenaw apartment, 2M uST hasell.aton.5 Glennrm stist td.bss Lague, o Wa n r 50d bc srk -H u e :1 OI Tf rns e r u u n e o
Uo thslasYlwo 38t!10yard backstoeHu, Yale,-U I( UlT I1 JIJ mer all 60. 177-17-179 7 176-177-17
a3. But to M\att Mann, Varsity .coach,' 1:43 1-5; Spindle, Michigan, 1:46 2-5; j~~*r AEI FOR SALE- 1922 mdel Esse-4i
it seems that whoever originated the I-Hubbell, Michigan, 1: 48. AILlii. U111FR RN-Tlwo single and oneI
article was a bit misinformed as to j 0 ad wmDrnMcigaI IIL U I double room. Summerprcs80 touring. Good condition. $7.
"the best competitive performances 1 53 4-5; Seager, Michigan, 55 4-5 Catherine 177-178-179 Phn}hnz 241 7-7-7
of the year.". Substituting the correct I House, Yale, 56 25.-v? FOR RENT-Single room in apart-1 FOR SALE-Victor Vitrola. Console
times and correcting a few other er- Fancy diving-Walsh, Yale; Vaden. (by Associatd ,}Tes) Ci ment with young married couple.' type, in good condition. At a sac-
Fors, the opinion continues, the score! yale; Michigan, third. NEW YORKIni his attempt to d- 1315 Washtenaw. Phone 9187, a- rifice. Recods included. Phonef
would be reversed" lo read, 36 to 24 final Score, MVichigan : 34, ale 24 fendi the open golf championship this I ter 4:30 I'. M. 177-178 9850. 175-176-177 (
In favor of Michigan. [:,-This is merely hypothrelical, how-1 year at Oakmont, Pa., June 14, 15 and! ___
Err lin Listing 220 eeadi samitdyufruae16, Bobby Jones, will aim at an FOR RENT-Light, airy suite and FOR SALE - Most desirable large1
The intercollegiate association lists!!! that the two teams didt not meet ati achievement posted only three times sigeSumrat.52Wln. rooming house, furnished or u~fur- I
certain events for dual meet compe- I the national' chainpionship s held at in the history of this thirty-four-year- I- _ 176-177 nialed. Best location. Easy terms.I
tition, and were the two teams to thesUnivrsity ofIowa. Thicontes May rent. Dial 77 33 (or 4454
the(Unielassicf ofwthehelinkes.:FOR RUNT-Sunmer rooms, used as eenng)
meet, these prescribed events- would would have been most interesting and Twice the feat was acconmplished by;f suite, single or. double. Dial 7941. even_____________________
have to be used, thereby eliminating would have decided in flesh and blood Willie Anderson of the Apawamis.1 1101 Church St. 176-177-178 10RuSL-hvoe ~3tui
either the~ 220 or the 440 yard free wehrMcia rYl a h lb ye, N. Y., who held the 'coveted, ~$ 0 0 Poe92 n
style swim which the Times includ- better team. crown thog the camplaigns of 1903, FOR RENT-Steam heated offie $or0, evening and ask for McKee or I
ed. v,1,________t]__ 1904 and 1905. These successive tri- mro in Commercial Bank block, G
Moreover, Sanf rd'of Yale wasilost TRACK MANAGERS umh olwdavcoy 1901,giv- Constanine, Mich. Fine opportu -________________
to thtta!t ieedo h is ing Anderson a remarkable record of nity for lawyer or dentist. Address t)ta ema h edo h is FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring. 40.
Aemetersandwoud norbeckimanayeseray oratea tfour titles in five years.town C. C. Dougherty, Three RiverCll323
fn.Pmoiin T,, 4,,,-P Pvnt that ha year were named ysedya met- J The'only other professionaoil Mich. 176-177

WAN'TEDI
W.ANT, D---F urnishie l ouse by mar-
ric:i;student for summer vacation.
VePIaW ('are of house during
o cf r 'sa se :c#>. Box 191, AMichi-
g n DIaily. 177-7S-79

WANTEI)-Student s

who lIke good

hot 1IARBECUES. to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BIARBECUE 'INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tu e4-Thurs.-Sat.
WVANTED-To rent, for summerj
small house or first floor apart-:
tnent by couple without children.
Address BoP 189, Michigan Daily.
176-177-178
WA NT ED-Pianist for summer re-
sort dance orchestra work. Call
Neff or McClenathan. Phone 21517.
176-177-178-1791
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-Two students, good swim-
mers, to serve as life guards at a
West Michigan suni mer resort.r
Room furnished. Address R. W.
Marriott, Saugatuck, Mich.
174-5-6-7-8-9,
WANTED-Decorating, painting, pa-
per b~anging, 35c single roll and up.
Call C. W. Holmes, 729 Brooks.
5920. 174-5-6-7-8-9-180!

NOTICE
Used Victor Portable phronograph, as
good as niew. $20. Easy termns.
Uni;-ersity 1Mu,3ic I-Lose. tf
I)TICF
SENIORlS!!!
JUNrIOIRS.!!
$61,01 .'9 A Y EARI!!!
An old established Detroit firm
needs a few college men. We teach
you our business and see to it fthat
you are firmly entrenched in the o-t
lucrative profession known:., Write
us all about yourself and we will ar-
range. for interview.
APL''ICANT'S SELECTED CAN
MAKE FROM $15 TO $20 A DAY
TO START
Write John H] . Walsh& Sons, At-
tention A. J. Hiart, Sales Director,
1606 Ist National Bank Building, De-
troit, Michigan.
Style 6--Semi-portable Victrola, in-
cluding six records, for $24.50.
Fine for cottage or canoe. Univer-
sity Music House. tf
ANN ARBOR CARP ILT Cleaning
Works. Riugs Shai~pooed. Phone
$613. daily-tt
TO Stt~ best oft 50 lines clothing drop
card to 11038Fl. Washington'. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30, tt

NOT.
AYE
Ski
ma

WANTED-A canoe 17 or 18 feet Ca
long. Must be in good condition.
Dial 4731. 175-176-177 NOT
WANTED. STUDENT; to know that C C
Sam p~ays from $5 to $25 for old be
saits and overcoats.;-
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306

ICE-The new Royal Portables
"e now on. display at Rider's Pen
oap, 315 State St. A wonderful
ackine. You will be interested.
11 and see them.
.ICE -- The new -Victor. Ortho-
Ionic Portable machines are here.
mie in and hear them. Schae-
re & Son Music House. 6tf
pRNTAL.S

ioi ompeI~io. inLie ~eli LUU 11
Swere allowed to compete the theoriti-I
kai score would stand 35 to 25, still
in favor of Michigan.
Dilspute Relay Team
Th~e Times grants the Yale relayl
" team a victory, claiming that theyi
Shad turned in the best time but Mich-
-~igan records show otherwise. Against
'<Minnesota, the Wolverines turned in
Sa time of 1: 37 3-10, and a close ex-I
amination of Yale's record shows1
1:37 2-5 made against the Boys' Club
of New York, a non-collegiate opipon-I
Sent.
I nasmu~ch as the relay .is a highly!
debatable event, it would be only fair
to eliminate it from consideration
Sand rate the relative strengthi on the.
individual, performances, still leaving
SMichigan in The lead 29 to 25,' gra nt-
,~ing Yale a first and second in the

ing of the retiring manager, Willis
E. Topper?'27, the manager for next
year, Lorne Pool, '28, Captain Phil
Northrop, and Coach Steve Farrell.
The, four men who have been -selected
to assist the new track manager are
i Charles Moore, '29, Robert Friedpan,
'29, Charles Lockton, '29, and Ford
Schott, '29. Richard Gretsch, '29 was
chosen as the alternate.
The new assistants have been work-
ing for the past two seasons as try-
outs and one from the group will be
piceked as manage ~ for the 1928-29
season.
BIETHiLEHEM. - W. B. IBillmeyer,
'28, has been elect~ed captain of the
Lehigh basketball- team.
Patron~lze Daily Advertisers

the crown twice in consecutive tourn-
aments was J'. J. McDermott of At-
lantic City, who successfully out-
stroked all opposition in 1912 after
winning a three-cornered play-off for,
the championship in 1911 from Mike
Brady and George Simpson. j
Jones is one of three other golfers
who have to their credit a double1
title triumph separated by a span of
years. Aleck S'mitlv, the Westchest-sI
er-Biltmore club veteran, led the
pack in 1906 and 1910, while Walter
Hagen scored in 1914 and 1919.
4mmto-and5.4cmfxwyp mm mh mh mm
CHICAGO.-The White Sox have
bought Frank R. Wilson, left handed
outfielder, from the Waco club.
Patronize Daily Advertisers

FOR RENT-Newly (decorated, five-
room house. Immediate possession.
Dial 21815, evenings. 176-177-178
FOR RENT-Near campus. Six rooms.
Conipletely furnished. June 1 to
September 15. Phone 21097.
wed-th-fri
FOR RENT - Desirable apartment
near campus, after June 21. In-'
quire Jefferson apartments, No. 12,
or call 9486. 1 74-5-6-7-S-9
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Dodge Roadster. ltxcel-
lent condition. $100.00. all 6957.
'177-178-179
FOR SALE- Pwo fencing foils andl
two masks. Will sell cheap. Dial
7027. ;171

FOR SALE -Ford roadster 1924;
five tires, starter, demountable,I
good, condition. 1617 Washtenaw.
Phone 9117. Boyer or Farquhar.
FOR SALE-Attractive tea room on
State street. Will sell at- a big
sacrifice. Phone 9850. 176-177-178
WANTED
WANTED-To buy Ford touring in
good condition. 1923 or 1924 model
preferred. Phone 22331. 17 7
IWANTED-Light housekeeping room
for married student during summer.
Box 191, Michigan Daily. 177-78-79.11
WANTED-Apartment or fiat for!
two for summer or all, year. Call
Akerman, University 204, between
8 and 12 A. M. 177-8-9-

ttI WHLY NOT .TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
OUR ORflANIZED RENTAL DE-
NOTICE PARTMENT WHEN SEEKING A
I HOME FOR THE FUTURE?
NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blocked.' Some of our offerings include:
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and 1. Six rooms in Cutting Apts. Heat
repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. and water. Furnished. Possession
ANN ARBOR SHOP, 625 E. Liberty. { Sept. 1. $110 per month.
e-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat, 2. Ten rooms on Wilmot. Posses-
sion at once. $100, per inontli.
NOTICE-Stoddard Hair Shop. Try 3. Furnished house on Cambridge
one o('our permanent waves, which Road. Possession June 15. Price
give a depth and softness to the $105 per month.
Ihair. 707 N. University. .4. Suburban five room house. Semi-
tues-thurs-sat modern. Possession at once. Price
S$25 per month.
HEALTH Begins 'when 'you phone 5. Six room apartment on Mc-
8428. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 85 Kinley. Heat and. water furnished.
Wuerth Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tf Available now. Price $70 per monthb.
- 6. 303 N. Eighth St. Six room house.
FOR convenience, speed and satisfac- Available Sept. 1. Rent $45 per
tion, visit Trojnowskls Barber month.
jSinop. tues-thur-sat 7. X35 Tappan Ct. Seven' room
Studets! ave oney 1house with or without garage. Posses-
Studnts Sav Moey! i sion now. Price $90 per month.
{ 25% off on used typewriters. 1 8. Near Campus. , A-1 rooming
Phone Landis 3489. house that accommodates from 35, to
to-th-sat 40 persons. Possession this fall.
Rental $2500 per year.
NOTICE-Do not leave Michigan until Let us take the responsibility of
you have preserved 'your diploma finding your home.
jby the fanious drum-head mount Call Mr. F. B. Ensmn'ngpr with
process. Let's talk it over. J. B. CHARLES L BROOKS,
Saunders, exceptional framing. 306 Real Estate Exchange, Realtors.
South State St. tu-th-sim DIal 225)71 Eve 38310

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