overcoming a loirard hahdicap to fin-
U ish 16 yards in frcint of Northwestern
JOlE RAY RET ORN8 T ' event.
University's miler. He was not
T tl~e micidlewest's crack
FORM l~ MILE [Y[~ of Dr. Otto~ Peltzer and Lloyd Hahn,
Ray Conger, conqueror
Thorn as Warne of Northwestern, na-
tional interscholast'ic titleholder.
Droegemue1~ler and Waruc tie(l at 18
WRESTLERS WILL COMPETE FOR BIG TEN TITLES
no 1 a oin Page Six) e~lly only a 158 pound i Wai i en tin y di and is given a chane ' to
( Hy A~socjat'd I'res~.)
EVANS~rON, Ill. March 21.-Little
Joic Ray, who burned the mile
I racks for a deca(le, then flickered
from the cinders and boards for two
years, has burst again into bright
.Joie ran three miles at Patten
gymnasium in the Central A. A. U.
meet Tuesay night to win two races.
He finished the two-mile event 75
yards in front of Mel Shimek, for-
m'e'r Marquette University distance
ace; and if his time of 9:32 2-5 was
slov4 it may have been because he
never was pressed.
With this victory to his credit Ray
ran as anchor man for the Illinois
Athletic club's medley relay team,
won his event, the 1,000-yard race,
with plenty to spare, but he failed by
three seconds to equal the record.
Hi~ time was 2:17 1-s, and a burst
of speed on ~he Pnal lap put him' well
in front of ~the second place man,
W.A. Caine of the Chicago A. C.
Two ~f the country's cra~ck pole
vaultel's, Droegentileller of North-
western an~d Mc'Ginnis, former Win-
consin star, fihished second and
third resPectively in this event to
feet, 1)ilt Warne won the jump oil at POUli(1 ~hziiiipion in 1924 and 1925, has has competed in both weights this
12 feet 11 inches. trained down to this (la';s. Captain year and boasts an unmarred record
Herb Schwarze's shot put 01 4S 1-lummell Cf Ohio, Bodoy of North- for the dual meet season just complet-
feet 7 8-4 inches established a iie\\ xx estern, and FIo;d of Ill~nO~s are the 0(1. Although ICrogh of Chicago, the
meet record in the 16 pound CVOIL. other dauger:u~ men in this , weight. l)i~05C1ft champion, is picked as the
He rel)resente(l the I. A. C.. The 115 pound titli is undefended fav~'ite to repeat his last year's per-
Fred Alderman, former Michigan this year due to the ineligibili tyof
formance, the Wolverine may prove
State college stai', ~'Ufluii'ig tom~ The Sitz of Wiscom~sin. Hewitt and Sapora
I. A. C., broke a mark of three years' ~tre iiicked to fi~ht it o~t fom' tol) the dark horse of the meet.
standing when hi finished the 800- honors, although Schoollield, runner- Another sophomore wrestler, Red
yard run in :31 4-5. up in the 125 pound class last. year, is Elliott, has been named to represent
____ ___- an experienced campaignpr. Michigan in the 125 pound class, due
APPLETON.-Carleton college of Another newc:~mer, , Warren, will to the fact that Thcmas cannot make
Northfield, Minn., won the 1928 Mid- make a bid for the light-heavyweight weight for the meet. The-iATolverine
western basketbaJl title. crown, in sl)ite of the fact that he is won the only bout that he wrestled
finish well up ~i the division.
Lupt on, national 115 pound cham-
pion, is considered the outstanding
perfcrmer in this weight as Capt.
l~ete Ilesmer of Illinois has elected
not to defend h4s last season's title.
Dr. Walter E. Meanwell, head bas-
ketball coach at the University of
Wisconsin, was the prh~ipal speak-
er at the annual letter banquet given
to the members of the 1927-28 Illi-
nois Varsity basketball squad Thurs-
day night at the Champaign Country
club, Champaign, Illinois.
NOTICE-Have you tried Barn
iltistaurant for meals? qood, ~
cooked food and reasonable pri
516 E. WillIams. Tu-Th Si.
NOTICE-Two used portable t:
writers for sale. One and two y~
old rrnipectively. ltcasoniible pri
Call 3~189. E. II. Munn.
C-~Tues., Thu rs.,
NOTICE-Be sure and visit this 11
modern and efficient Hat Cleax
and Shoe Shining Parlor. Michi
Theatr~e Bldg. 539 E. Liberty.
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"The suit with the
ask about it."
If you want to see
a real good look-
ing bunch of
spring suits, come
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Adler 125 of these
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I The Opening of the Spring Season~ -
I AT THE MANS SHOP
* Where Michigan students always feel free to
I , drop in and look around with the assurance
Camel Topcoats ____ Suits and Woolens
hair coats in the raglan The S p r i n g suitings include -
shoulder - either~ in black .or many new patterns in the fin-
brown. ished and unfinished worste~ds.
The Spring suit question can
ed by an inspection
I ~ ImDorted English coats in ea~i1ybesolv
.1. (~,1~ ~, I . 1*
* tweeds and homespuns. .________________ ot the varied and distinctive dis-
Haberdashery play ~t the Man 5 Shop. 7~
= . -
~-I~ A narioii sni'~ 'niu~ Irit in
- .. grey or bro~in
- Angora cloth in a choice of two $7.00 ~ a~d more
The niier ne( ki~eai in '~o1md -
shades of brown and t h r e e colors silkill jigiucs -
- shades of re $1.50, $24, $2.50 Suits made to your individual
Shirts in ei d to end lilddrds
~n Nite, tziii, o~. P~uIC green measure from woolens now on
__________________ display for sixty-eight dollars.
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TYPING-Theses a ~ip~ecfi ty.
sonable rates. M..VL 'ffai
Typewriters For Bent
Good ma~hin~s4~ ~oui~ f.av@It(,
Rider's Pen Shop
Portable Ty~ewrItcrs-New ~r Vs~
IT WILL pa~i you to come to Roy~
headqu.arter~. and seq. the Ne
Royal port4de hefore you buy, Th
"Baby" Royal' is already outsellfri
all other makes of portable. "Soir
Rider's Pen Shop
Authorized Deal rs in Royals
TYPEWRITERS-Sales and S~rvic
All make~ large and portabi
bought, sold, rented, repaired. Ot
machines and work guaranteed. ]
business since 1908. 0. D. Morn]
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Typewriter Ribbons and Cn rbons
The best can buy. Always fres
-- - Rider's Pen Shop
TWO-TONE shoes iimade to y'
measute.' From $6.50 up. Hand-rn
English style by an English eb
maker. Corner of So~ith Th and
Forest. No connection with any fi
of the same name. Only one ph
Yes, we do repairing.
NOTIOEi-Good tood and good serv
on~ block from calnpus-thalfs ~
you save. Barney~'s Restaurant,
Fountain Pen Itepailrlng
Our skilled Penmakers Service cc
VOU no more. The only logical p1
to have .your pen repaired.
Rider's Pen Sh'op
All makes.. Nobqtt~ ~Jdll found a
where. Pronipt service.
WdeV's Pen. Shop
ONE sing1~ toom in private
No other rooms. Phone 6692.
MEN-Stop, look, listen. Kri~s
representative now in city. 11
explain our tfree razor offer. If
FOR RENT-Room for woman stu~
dent. 420 South Fifth. Phone 8367,
WANTED-Students to tnow that oni
home laundry methods give youi
clothes personal attention. MQi
Laundry; 204 N. Main. Dial ~916. ~
WANTED-Two experienced sales
men for summer. Call Hunter, 73.lD
between 5 and 6.
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I LOST'-Old-fashloned gold carring-.
South U between Church and Jef
ferson Apts. Reward. Call 7037.
LOST-Left in a~ locker at they Unlo
Pool a. long string of large, dar
blue, wooden beads, fastened wit
a gold pin on which were the in
tials A. L. S. Not valuable, In
pri~ed as a souvenir. Will iii
find~r please leave it at the de~
at the Pool? 131-132-13S-1~
LOST-Set of three keys. tall 815
LOST-A~ pair -o~ cut field buckles I
or near Michigan ~Pheatre. Phoir
Tailoring! - just
the kind you ex-
pect in an eighty-
five dollar suit,
price is only
Charleston, W. Va.,
March 4, 1927
LarUR & Bro. Co.,
Recently I stopped in a little village
that consisted of about nine hous~
and a small hotel, which I entered.
A little old man wearing a ~skull cap
was seated in a rocking-chair smokin$
an enormous pipe. I had cc~me to bu~i
a can of Edgeworth, but when I caug1~t
a whiff of the tobacco he was smokiit~
F changed my mind. The aroma cif
that tobacco was so delightful that 'I
made up my nlind right then and th~re
that I wanted some of the~ame brand,
regardless of the cost.
I began with: "I beg your pardon,
sir, but I came in to buy a can pf t~i-
bacco, and I would like the samue braild
you are smoking if you don't mizid
telling me." He looked at me for '~
moment, grasped his pipe with one
hand and said: "I'm smoking Edge-
worth. Would you like some?"
Of course I did, and I secured a
supply from the old fellow. The jokej
of course, was on me, but ~I went 4fl
2 pants or knieker.
by tailors that know