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FRIIDAY, A ATICII 9, 1,928

THE MICHIGA .DAILY

r - PAOV SE''PN

PRIDAY, MARCT-T 9, t928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG1~ ~V~N

TARDY BALL PLAYERS,
ARE ARRHIVING, DAILY,
(Hv AssociaP'd 1Press.)
ATLANTA, Mar. 8-Major league
baseball mana Yers today wore tryingz

ANAL YZING THE STRENGTH 9At .V VOTE SETTLES'
01LI E RC EM ~O GSKATE DISPTE LOSES L
hI ia gh h 4 Furdle, bi ntherei 1ie n an y tin iio to AT 3 P.M. A.DXTVE~r'ISIN'GAT3P
V~it'h lln Cr~nnor 11171 nP ip m.7t i17 3e O l i v f'G nhltll'ltt 1 1e

Typewriter Ribbons and Carbonq
The best you can buy. Always fresh.
Rider's Pen Shop
Trypewriters For Rent
Good machines, your favorite make.
Rider's Pen Shop
Phone 8950
FOR R9NT
FO11 RENT-1424 Washington Heights
pleasant inexpensive student rooms
for boys or a graduate girl. Also
coczy unfurnished apartment. Dial
8001. 120, 121, 122. 123. 124

(1 no to anl ankle injury suffered last
Sat urday, Aliehigani's chancees for

-j - honors in lthe meet1]have lbeen d(ealt
"to goose-step" a few late veterans hia O(11ebow. "Coo'p" 5is great:
and tardly contract signers into camp, trirtpe nli etn ety
the conditioning session having o;sae eise aieo a
reached the stage where all hands j ' ih thle hes o' them.
are needd for work.
At the Cincinnati Reds' camp, Riliney, M iehisgau%, soflier Imird-
Manager Jack H endricks planned to er, is llot hl f bad--itt-fact ITr °s
(IiRe good ill tritl, tand Ila ,v
call upon Chaltytes 'J'.MeDremid, in knk I(Loffl oint. Ili 1:111(1ill
an effort to hasten the signing of z
('o tflpfheiti relailis to li4e prov.
Carl Mays, and Pete D~onohue, p~itch- jenI, however.

of these is I10(tge1'4, I11lifi sojphom'"ore.,
who' has c05 011 t jwe'~p 1record andi who
t n e wi tin] a t otli of a second of a
woril rec'ordi fast Sal n rdnv in a trial.
4tom :tire an:tue iold, irute of
Zeise of Wolsh)i.
I 'ai fl('VCi,, the Rod ger vet eian
may h~y able to d o something as hi
dud in t he out door meet, last season.
,11innesota las hhones that, her "one
,man t rack tecam,," Ott erness, ('a]] skip
awVay with plointsthere'--and lhe may

I"% _ss tciatcdt
N1Q'W YORK. -MNar01]8-The pro-
longe(! fight b~etween two rival skat-
in-g or-'a niz ttions fo r recognit ion Iby
flie A. A. U. was decided today in

NOTICE
Iho I ;ie. (Call (Clark 82 19. }
119, 12V,

TYPEWRITER SEIVICE
011(1 All makes. -No b~etter 'skill found any-I
where. i'iomtii tservice,
121I Rider's Penl Shop

er s.I
Bob Meusel, outfielder, arrived at I I
the St. Petersburgh quarters of the peas
New York Yankees today while :Karl
Combs, outfielder, and Waite Hoyt, -
holdout pitcher, are expected Sun- -
Athletes To _Run In
Preliminary Heats;
(Continued from Page Six.)
The 'same ninber of men have been}
entered in the quarter mile, and con-
sequently four trial and two .ieii-
final heats will have to be held for
this event.
Three heats will be run in the half
mile, two men qualifying in each for
the finals. Three trial heats and two
semifinals will be necessary in the
hurdles, as 34 men are entered.
The finals will be decided tortorrow
night, beginning at 6:30 o'clock, whenI
the pole vault will be run --ff. The
first running competition will begin at
7:30 o'clock. The semifinals in the
60 yard dash and 70 yard high hurdles
will be held preliminary to the finals
in these events.
CHICAGO-Aaron Ward, veteran
American league infielder, has been
sold to Cleveland at the waive]' pri('e.
OKLAHOMA CITY-Winning all 1,
games, University of Oklahoma cloy-
ed its most successful basketball sea-
son recently.
Ii

HI e?
to
K it h

Ipreselt, situiation, Iowa ap-

have a ('orner 0]] the l]i'tdo 10it. IIayuieii or
Allison and Culiel on dleck, mai also.

C'hicago is a goodi

We are pleased to announce
that we are showing the largest
stocks of all new
Spring Suits, Topcoats
Hats, Caps, Shirts
Black and White Pajamas
The white pullover with hoat pattern

trunk,

:s. See our windows.

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Fashion Park& Adler-Rochester
Downtown
Ann Arbor's Foremost Clothiers

Thompson's

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"The Home of Hart Schwia.er and Marx"

A Showing of
Spring Suits
50 to 65
dollars

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favor of the anew Am at eur Skating _________________________________ I' Ie 6950 °"° °°,
uniionl of tha Unitedl Statesthe head ' 1io'i yi' ~vo are in] need of moey and( not 'TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing WANTED
quartiters of which are ini Boston. otaii to work hard'(, we have a promlptly and neatly lone by ex- WNE-tdnst nwta u
Thle hoard of A. A. L . governors stright selling proposition n1] perieneed operators at moderate( home laundry methods give your
decided the issue by voting 71-19 to wich'i you i t ar5tt work iiimfld- rates. College work a secialty Fr clothes personal attention. Moe
uphlold tihe opinion of it. legislative athely and cent inue 0at tell time din'-"nearly twenty years. . D. Morili Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916. C
CYANEDAuewme;fr ume
com'mi ttee ch irma, Jde e i ngllpthe summer months. Yuw Arcade.CWATDAfwmnors me
chaima .ndgeJeteli- b c(allg tuponl a dignified1 class Q mpomnt al tRom 30
al paoryo~~ )'spect"', not a house I0 to on ;c orable ype riters-dew or sed at aoey° michign. anU in abtweeno2 and,
I 'hgl1I1iIHIIIllhtIhIIIilti11I111 oL: canvarss. We will make a speia ITpWILL ,pay yout to come to Ryal MWeignsayanoon,twMn2arch 14
=pr'oposton to) a main with Bone l iheadquart ers and see the New 117nesa118, ern19,10,12,r22h13124.
r lling experience who is capablei Royal portable before you buy. This 117,__11_,_1_19,__120,_121,--122,__123,_124
Shaw t' 'V ®. of seling and diecting a group of "Baby' Royal is already outselling;LS
J av "~ olesnen. Write The American all othet inakes oh' port able. "Some LOST-Slheaffer's life-time fountain
-Business Corpmration, 1034 East Bay." pen last Monday afternoon. Reward.
~ ~f 1 and Frst. Street, Daluth, Minnesota. Ride's Pen Shop' Dil25.AsfoCopr
.~Lap~e Fancy119, 121h Authorized Delrs ii Royls18-112
o GROCERIES NOTICE-Good food and good service, I TYPEWRITERS-Al makes, sold, LOST-Pair of black horn-rimmed
! =ono block from campus-that's whyI rented, exchanged, cleaned, re- glasses at Michigan theatre Sun-
Y()you save. Barney's Restaurant, 616, paired. Our macines and work day night. Call Williams at 2-2117.
-E Williams. C. guaranteed to give best satisfaction. Reward. 119, 120, 121
I- ~ 1* UN0. 1) Morril, 17 Nickels Arcade. C LOST-Last Friday, Silver compact,
Q alizty Mveats X WONDE RFUL proposition for a11-
engraved J-Hop '28. Reward for re-
fraternity: just one door from the' TYPEWRITER RIBBONS-Our rapid turn to Apt. 2; 223 S. State. 120
- (arnplus. (Call 5800. 106 E. Huron. turnover insures a fresh stock. You____________________
-118-119-120! secure the best qtality at a moder- at rc.0 .Mrrl,1 ikl OST-Overcoat from 1039 E. Physics.
Phones 37 12-3940 ,'tatI~ e~~ii rcd orl,1 lkl Return rewarde . No questions. W.
=Our skilled PIenmakrlers Srvie costs atprc.0
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Co have, your pen repaired. sonable rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Conklin pen, detachable clip. Dial'
'JitIhIIhIIIIIIIhIhI11111111111111111111 Rider's Pen Shop Dial 9387. C-77-1801I 971. 120, 121, 122
SVIID '"ON STATE STREET WL u
Established 1888
I
Ue eter Topcoat Values
WE are placing on sale a
new ship ment of Topcoats.
These coats have been in
the store less than three
days. The materials and
ratterns of the coats will
befound i n coats hat are
be s ta

priced to 14O
OUR PRICE WHILE THEY LAST
27-5O
Reserve your coat with a small deposit

A few
Topcoats
of choice English
and Scotch .fabrics
45 to 50
dollars

Sho wing

Today

A Complete Display of NOBBY TOP-
COATS for SPRING From~ the Line of
Hart, Schaffner& Marx
Bringing to You NEW SHADES and NEW
WEAVES with Straight or Raglan
Shoulder. As Fashion Dictates.
~PRING SUITS
with snap
In Shades of Storne Grey, Grenadier Blue,
in Weaves. of Herring Boene and College

WT'orsteds.

These Will Merit Your

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