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- P a EV1'Y''N

"TH F TCHTC A DfATILY

"I'l 1 P DA V VIPMRTTAY V

ASTUTZ EDTDIT~ N WMERS FACE AU II
AT[.T[ 'SPC n WKTER ADSWMMABEFORE THE DIP IIiAIRfIHIS L lREAII 10 WA AND PURDUE TEAMS TODAY'litlI MY, NAVUOI UTSj C
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CODGER W'IL.C i~Tt
(I', A sso ciaol it ;-ss )
NEWV YORK, Feb. 24._- S cve n world1
records are ( x)e(-',d to Itake e(0--
sideral]e l)unislent. and1(1 er ra ;
a finishing blo(w -_.,,t he A. A.V
nationial1in(i oc,' trac k and11fieldi ebamt-
1)io,:,uiits at Ala(1 is{;n. Squa-oE ;.%r-
(en t 1omforrow unight.
'The assault.xill Ibe (irecte(d Ii
ly at the nmarks for 11t) y17Ord 11g
huci1 >[rdi}, 0 ya rd ruln, 1,000 yard inn,
antd uwi(dicy relay, 1)ut1t1W record fo r
th , l=vut lo*uadjumpulalso wi llI e thlrea tced0".
The g 'eat ,st hle fi~~ eld of(ii lr.,
presentI caitipaihin will bait Iit o
over the 10) yard (list 'antc i-. Inithe
field there will be Weems l askins,
national collegiate andl Sony -I iii
Conference echampion. Chick \Werner,
of the 1. A. C., lDan Keinesey, C. A. A.
Olympic champion, and othiersz of
equal note.
Roland Locke. the Nebra sf ,
headls atininressive enitry list ii} t
300 yard run, among the e(teus b.-
ing Jack IS'lIliz, Olym pic 200 u l r I
title holder, Fred Alderman, 1. A. C ..!
Lancelot Ross, Yale's naitional enani-

Liit21ib? t('III Alpha. '-III Rhupp.a Sig,,,,,, King, Iowa's ci a n S:^ .7 t2r.'?e C ak
li inia. 10111a, I~ot Kappa stroker, xwill meet Sinde, Conf(erence
Epsil~i Sii( I camnpion) in t he 150 ya~rd hack stroke.
x "-- 1qBob Halastead, versatile vet eran of
VOLLEYBALL BEG CINS SOON ;th iaast two yas will b h te
- ----- hehuan ntry Spidlewill on-
Scmiflinals in the interfraternity tinue oan after ccm plot iig1th 150
E 55 s a lsklCttmA1league~flf wer , ya. ds in an attempt to br ak "h6 in-,

rca ched Thu-,-,,(y nig]
per bracket Lambda.
meet Delta Kalppa Ep
lower bracket P-hi K,-p
P1hi Sigma Kappa.
Lambda (Chi Alpha w
finals by virtue of its i
Tan Epsil.an Rho, xvhi
Ep Tsilon defeated Delta
Phi K'appa Sigma
Sigma Dleta 1 -11,r
Kappa deeat ad Phi

;ht. In the tip- r ecord of 2 :C5 3-5 seconds now held
Chi A'nha will by I-1los of Yale.
slon, andl in the' The outst-anding llawkeye diver,
ppa Sigma plays Bender, who lefeatcel Fellinger of
Chi cago in competition, xwill meet.
vent to the semi-I oomrdies Waitssun'
13-5 victory overj beaten in Pig TIen1 compet-ition this
ie Delta KappaI year.
a. Tan Delta, 7-6. Michigaa's medley relay trio will b~e
wonI from Phi made up cf Spindle in the back stroke,
and Phi Sigma Thompson in the breast stroke, and
Epsilon Kappa either Batter or Walaitis in the free
style. Iowa's medley team will c'on-
except one were ! ist of King, Carter, and Crookhaun.
dnt mar e, andI After the meet an exhibition water
snext Tuesday polo game will be p~layedt between
teams to meet two picked teams.

( o t nu r n Pa e S g . W L 9 ci i n t th sa e t a.Captain W atson, 135 pou nd~ Co n- -_ _
ference champion, will oppose Slie- ANNAPOLIS' Feb. 24.-The 17.9.
fler of Purdue in what promises to Naval academy's basketball team
h e the feature hout of the afternoon, which has compiled a record 'of 12
Sheffler, although hampered by in -victories in 15 starts this season left
juries, gained a fail in his matctli;today for West Point where the U.S.
xwith Indiana and is exnected to b Military academy's basketball teamI
in tip-top shape by this afternoon. will furnish the opposition on Satur-
Captain Watson will seek to add a day.
fifth to his fotir consecutive wins and Two heroes of the football field,
has hopes of gaining a fail to take upon which surface it is definitely
the Wolverine high scoring honors settled that the rival service insti-
prom Donahoe, who holds a one, tutions will not clash in the fall, will
poin lea wih 17markrs.lead the liay on tha court. These are
Donahoe will.,goou of hi egh" Lighthorse" H-arry Wilson and
to meet .h-ooker, t hisr' ne "Whitey" Lloyd, backs whose role will
feated light-heavyweight. l be guards tomorrow.
In the 115 pound bout Hewitt, Unusualinterest is attached to the
'Michigan's star sophomore, will face gae on Saturday inasmuch as the
Ti anthr f"l breach between the Army and Navy,
Winslow. Thomas, anthrof nih- now at its widest point, has reached
Ban's undefeated wrestlers, will op- ja high pitch.
poeTxweedle in the 125 pound di-I
vision and try for his second fall inI
!four starts. YERTN an
Robinson, who hran a time ad'can-
tage victory over his Indiana oppon- - IEORAPllING
ut to his credit, will meet SauLr ha.specialty. for
ieigan's third 1927 Conference twnyyas
titehoder inthe115poud but. Pronmpt Service, Experienced Oper.
Captain Johnson, the Botermak- ators, Moderate Rates.
e rs' star heavyweight, wil grapple 0.1 D. NI10R R IL
with Prescott in the last event on 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone,6615.
the card.

SN OTI CE
NOTICE-Two used portable type-
writers for sale. One and two years
old re'spectivelyr. Reasonable prices.
Call 3489. E. H. Munn.
C-Tu-es., Thurs., Sat.
NOTICE-13e sure and visit this mnost
jmodern and efficient Hat Cleaning.
and Shoe Shining Parlor. Michigan.
C-Tues.; Thurs., Sat.

All of these games

deeided lby a ono-poi
the semifinal games
night will decide the

in the finals at 8 : 30 Thursday night.j

The closeness of the scores mndi- ICIIANIPAIGN.-Original mculds arei
cates the eveness of the teams and being designed to cast unique trophies
the gamnes next week pit well-match-I for winning relay team-s at the 1lhlni
ed teams against each other.I Carnival to ba held Marchi 17 in the
Interfraternity volleyball will start Armory.
next Tuesday with eleven leagues cf- -

pion, and tA(lie lJoctor.

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Iockha i~s Blackhawxk
In vv-hich the internationally famous
speed way driver was almost entombed
afte r the serious mishap during the
course of an officially clocked mile at
D aytona , Beach.
The exciting accident which might
Have piroved fatal to Lockhart, how-
ever, was merely the climax ofa
week's activities at the famous speed-
wva y.
Other high lights of the week in-
eluded1 the establishing of a. new
wvorld's record by Capt. Malcom Camp-
bell. Campbell's time of 206.9 miles
,ier hour displaced the former wvorld
record for automobiles of any speci-
tications, that by the Mystery Sun-
beamn, driven by one of Campbell's
coun triymen. la'st year.
The accident to Wilbur Shaw on
'llTursdaiy closely paralleled that of
Lockhart. Shaxv, howvever, intention-
ally dIrive his Whippet into the surf
when his mount. burst into flamges.
i)ITROIT -The Y. MW. C. A. has
dieAdetl to continue the bait on Joe
lathey, (despite a strike of. 10 leading;
layrers.

four teams each. T~
conducted in the
l basketball, as the
league xwill play to
pion.

MEN desiring suimmer xvork, Rlemnun-
erative with opportunities of perm -a-
nrent connection.. See Mr. Stolddard,
Room 302 Mich. Union. All (lay on
day. l109, 110
NOTICE-Good food and good service,
one block from campus-thtat's why
you save. Barney's Restaurant, 516
E. Williams. C.
SPECIAL-II. N. (lark, Custom Shoe;
Maker. Ladies riding boots, hand
tailored to your measure, $9) for a
few days, any color. Men's, $12. Only
one store. Corner Forest and South
U. Next door to Hlarry's Restaurant.
Good Eats. C
TYPEWRITER SEIRVICE
TYPEWRITERS-All mares, sold,
rented, exchangedl, cleaned, re-
paired. Our machines, and work
guaranteed to give best satisfaction.
0. D. Mo'rrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. C
I PEWR1TING and Mneographing
=pronmptly andi neatly ne by ex-
pprienced operaztors at moderate
rates. College work a specialty for
nearly twenity years. 0. D. Morrill.
Arcad?. C
fI' EW ITER RIBBONS-Our rapid
turnover insures a fresh stock. You
secure the besut quality at a mnoder-
ate pride. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels
Arcade.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Rea-
sonable rates. Al. V. Hartsuff.
Dial 9387. C-77-180
FOR SALE,
FOR SALE-Slightly used Remington
portable typewriter. For barbain
call 5548 or 527 Thompson after 6
o'clock. 108, 109, 110
FOR SALB-Two May Festival Cou-
pons. First floor,. $2.50 each. Call
University 156-1W. 10i), 110, 111
FOR RENT
A VERY desirable single or double
front room. Private home; no other
roomers.:IDial 6692. 109
FOR RENT-Up-to-date house, "avail
able March 1; desirable location.
Phone 9524. 109, 110

This sport will lhe
same, manner as
winners in each
(decikle the chain-

URBANA.---Tadt Wiceman. Universitya
of Michigan grid coach inspected
eqluipment in tihe new gymnasium herej
a fewt days ado while conferring xwith
local athletic authorities.

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Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 East Wash-
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service. Called for and delivered.
Phone 6202. 109, 110, 111
WANTED-Students to know that our
home laundry methods give your
clothes personal attention. Moe
Laundry] 204 N. Main. -Dial 3916. C
STUDENT linen of any, kind to take
home. Called for and 'delivered.
Phone 2-1530. 108, 109, 110
LOST
LOST--Jeweled Adelphi pinl, sometime
Thursday. Initials RI. C. F. on pin.
Call 8665, Richard Fuller. Reward.
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and North Division Sts. Phone 8572.
109, 110, 111
LOST-Phi Delta Kappa gold pin. Call
Cleminson 5872. 109,'110

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Two utto-n j acet
Woolens suitable to this model are open
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"33.0'to $79.00
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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, P).D., Minister
Parley C'. Binghain, A ssociat
M1iniister and Student ]director
10 :30-"'Lenten Choices.''
12 :0Ot-Discussion (Class and Bible
Study Class for Students.
6 : 0--Jean Ryran. '29,~xwill he thte
s ,peaker.
*7 :30--"True Riches."

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, M3ijiister4
]Rev.. Howard Chapmain,
10:45 - Morning Worship. Mr.
Sayles will speak on "An Intel-
IecLLUI and Jes.~c" (First in
-series on "Pet sanal Intervuivws
with Jesus.")
12:00-Bi1ble School. Dr. Bunting,
Superintendent.
12:00-Student group meets at
Guild I-ouse. "What a prophet
might say as to. a constructive
religious p~rogram." Mr. Chap-
man' will discuss this subject.
('oni and t ake part.
5: 30-We are to be thi guest'; of
fte, Presbyterian students this
eveniiug ,at the Presbyterian
Church. Meet at Guild; go
over in a group. This invita-
tion is cordial and urgent.
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division Street
10:30 a. m.-Regttilar lornling Ser-
vice; Subject,: 'thsl ,1s:
11 :45 a. m.-'-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45 p. m.a--- "{We'sday evening
testimonial nmecting.
The Readting Room, 1(1 and 11
State Saving Bank Building is ofnen
daily from '12 to 5 o'clock, excep~t
Sundays and legal Holidays.

THE UNITARIAN CHURCHV
State and Auron Streets
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
Pebnuary 26, 1928
10 :45-Rev. Arthur L. Weatherly
of Iowa City preaches 0ou
"Clar en ce l arrowlsIDeterm iin-
isti.",

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
S Corner linron and Division
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale HI. Moore, Associate.
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretary for Women.
0 9:80-Church School.. Student
Class led by Dale H. Moore.
10 :45-Morning Worship. Sermon
onl "Called,-IHeldl,-Kept, Sent."
12 :00-Student Class led by Prof.
Howard MVcCusky.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
S6:30-young People's Society.
EVANELIC ,..CHURCH
(Evngeica Syod of N. A:)
Fouth i ., eteen Packard
adWliams
G. A. Neumann, Minister
0: 00-Sunday School.
tO: 00-R1egtilar morning worship.
Pastor's 'subject: "Tite Sanctity
oif Marriage."
11 :00-German service.
5 :30-Young. People's fellowship
hour and discussion. Fr-. King
xil lead: "Is Poverty InevitZ
;able'?"
CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner H1111 and Tappan
1Rev. Frederick Cowin
10 :30--Morning wn17,-hip.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
State St. ait Williamiis
Dr. Carl S. Patton,
Acting Minister
9:30-Sunday School.
10 :45-Morning Worship. Sermon:
"Tlue fift of Sympathy." Eby
Rev. Walter T. Lockwood, of
Boise, Idaho.
5 :30-:student Luncheon and Fel-
lowship meeting." Address 14y4
Professer Preston W. Slosson
on "An Historian Talks on, His~
Job."4

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Rubber ends, per doz. 1.20

ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine. Streets
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
R1ev. Thomas IL. Harris, Assistant
FIRST SUNDAY IN LENT
8:40-Holy Communion.
9: 30-Service for Students in Hiar-
ris Hall, followed by breakfast.
11:00-Morning Prayer and Sermon
by the Rev. H. P. Van Dusen;
Prof. of Dogmatic Theology at
Union Theological Seminary,
New York.
6: 15-Student Supper. Discussion
led, by Mr. Van Dusen.
7:30-Evening Service.

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LAmerican Pencil Co., 215 Fifth Ave., N.Y.j
SMakeis of UNIQUE TAin Lead@
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to Favorite
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Aug. 26, 1926
Messrs. Larus & Bro. Co.
Richmond, Va.
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A number of years ago I was a usefr
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But like some others, perhaps, I was led
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A few days ago I wvent into a dr-,ug
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CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Parsonage: 420 West Liberty
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