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Fl'IYP(,ait t'1 ;:k F MEAS(. wiirrden or Lang wvill be in the ou to: ie owve-r, that both I Asbeck aiid \c-
BE H1ELD1) ( S4)U'Tlfor th~e first te.m. These mien, incei- Afee, two ieadiing ,flingers, wil be on
1FT IY 111:1,1e1ally are the present leaing
- fielding quartet oan'the squa(I, iiid
GIlVE TENTATIVE LINd.EUP thleir n)re ent status will be either
L G 1 1 strcngtl en n or weta (Ie by their
If te wathe, wich as c d nluct in the ou e) gartnien today .
It th weaher, hiehhas ated'tsleck Mlty ;Pitch
very capriciusly within the px a trew Kellih -r andl Relebman are Ex -
dlays, holds good loing enough, Coach ipected to alterniate in the receiving
Ray L. Fisher will stage a short box for the first teal)), while the
practice game betweenr two picked itchers for both teams will be
teas othe Varsity baseball squad coe from ,among the 22 on the
teamsI squad. It may be safe to predict,
this afternoon on the south Ferrry_____________________
This wilmark the first practice
tilt that the Varsity "squad( has in- Tim
d1ulged in this year-, and will afford hoMii S0 1i :S
Coach Fisher an oppruiyose
cure the first definite impression of :
what his team will look il) when
the spring training tour and the Con-
ference season are inaugurated..
Veterains Compose Infield
While Coach Fisher was not tooit
verbose when_ he announced the
gam~e late, yesterday afternoon, he
miade some suggestion of the corn-
plexionl of the 'two teams that willj
line up against each other today.
Oosterbaan will gaurd first base,
:Morse will watch, over 'the keystone
sack, Weintraub will be stationed at
thirdl, and either Capt. Loos or Cor-
riden will be at shortstop for the
first team.. Capt. Loos, who is en-r
rolled in the Law school, has been14o S
inconvenienced by late classes Ccy
.afternoon and that is the reason Cor- f
riden,. utility infielder, has been sub)- 5 styles
stituted for him on numerous OC-
casions in the workouts this year.
McCoy, Nebelung, andl either (Cor-
II A Large Assortmnent of II
f .... _ .. ..
the. mound at onle stage of the game!o te o h shtta.Hlz
'iman1, who i5shslowing d (aity improve-
ninis another noss;ihie twirler for
The edl team in field will 1r)
conpseiof Squire at first basec,
St rraloh at second, (acen at short-
sf01), a ad i:Myron at third base. The
ou viedwll include Hill, Heymi, and
Slagle. The catchers will ho' seec~ted
fr°om Short, l~olin sky, and I :acke.
a eBite " From
March 23, 1927
Larus & Bro. Co.
I have always wanted to smoke a
pipe. After several attempts I gave
my "taste" up, for with each trial I
got a blistered tongue.
One evening, when looking over a
certain outdoor magazine, I read that
a certain fisherman could catch more
fish when using- "Edgeworth," so I
decided-I would try "his" tobacco-
f or I am no poor fisherman!
The next day I tried to secure Edge-
worth. The local country storekeeper
did not have it, so I[ sent by a friend to
the city for my first Edgewxorth. Two
things have happened 4 I still smoke
Edgeworth, and the local storekeeper
always has a supply.
I catch fish and never get "a bite"
Yours for keeps,
H. V. Massey
CLOSES 'O' L0S-,";
AT 3 PM. ADVERISING AT 3 P,4,
NOTIJCE-The Barbectue Inn will dis.. sonable rates.
Icontiniue tdeliveryv service after Dial 9387.
Mi. V. fHartsu IT.
MFCN-Stop, look, listen. Kriss Dross
rep~resentative now in city.' Let me j
explain our free razor offer. 'Box 35.
TWO-TPONE shoes made to yourl
measure. From $6.50 up. hland-made
English style by an English shoe-i
maker. Corner of South U. and 534
Forest. No connection with any firm
of the same name. Only one place.1
Yes, we do repairing. C
NOTICtE-Good food and good service,,
Ion(, block from campus-that's why
you save. Barney's Restaurant, 516'
E. Williams. C.
l~ounta~in Pest Repairing
'Ouir skilled Penmnakers Service. costs
you no more. The only logical place
to have your pen repaired.
SRider's Pen Shop' C
IAll makes. No better skill found any-
where. P~rompt service.
Rider's Pen Shop
IPhone 8950 C
Good Imacchines, yrourf.avorite make.
Rider's Peln Shop
Phone 8950 c'
Portable I')'pcwvrl lers -New ,. r Used'
IT WILL pay youm to come to Royal
h leadlquatrters andl see the New''
Rylportalel before you buy. Th~lis,
"Bb"Roya;l is already outselling
all other mak11es of partable. "Some
WANTED-Two experienced %ales-
men for summer. Call Hunter, 7310,
}between 5 and 6.
127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132
LOST-Old-fashioned gold earring-
South Ui between Chur'ch and Jef-
ferson Apts. Reward. Call 7037.
LOST-Left in v, locker az the Union
fool a long string or large, dark
bhue, wooden beads, fastened with
ai gold pin on which were the liii-
tials A. L. S. Not valuable, but
prizedl as a souvenir. Will the
finder please leave it at the desk
at the. Pool? 131-132-133-134
LOST-Set of three keys. Call 815.
LOST-White gold nose glasses. Re-
ward 'if returned to Laura Chip-
maen, Betsy Barbour. Telephone
LOST-Phi Chi pin. Call Hubly,
LOST-A pair of cut 'steel buckles in
or near Michigan Theatre. Phone
TICKETS & RESERVATIONS
f _ For All Important
T ake and Ocean Tines
1 ~Tours. Cruisesv
L- Independent Travel
E. G. K uehler
- Gen. Steamship Agenty
~ .-601 F. THeron 1'1. 06412
ANN ARP(MR ~
Rider's Pen Shop
Authorized De al ors in Royals
Extra High Grade
IRead The Want Ads
rTYPEiW\RJITERS-Sa'les' antd Service.
All makes, large and portable,
bought, sold, rented, repaired. Our
machines and wvork guaranteed. In
business sinceo171)8. 0. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Acd.C
The best you can buy. Always fresh.
Rider's Pen Shop C
WANTED-Students to know that our
home laundry methods give yoit
c o h s p m n l a t n i n MoeiLaundry, 204 N. M ain. Dial 3916. C
ON STATE STREET
for day wear
Made in Our
Mailed for You
212 South Main
Give UGs Your Orders Earls
Hand Tailored Suits
o ++wunr e r w.ra fn.wr r I
have been made by
Wild & Company
oS ou kn ow,
there are not
two people alike in -thi~s
D o you k nowv that just a
stone's throw from the
Th len why should multitudes
wear a 36, 37 or 38?
campus the . finest clothes
1 4A /-
brin ur i
manufactured by Wild & Com-
From twelve to fifteen skilled
tatilors~ are employed the
ma de for you. The
These people heave
made, tailoring their life work
and -ugderstand the art of mak-
ing fine clothing..
Wild's. clothes are worn by stu-
dents,: business men and alumni.
Mail orders are received from all
are taken by an expert. who de-
votes his full time to designing,
drafting and measuring.
The clothes will be made just a.s
you like them and there is
of imported . and
domestic- materials 'Which
ocf the United
IN OUR "hall, there's no question about who's
representative calls. on
These, clothes cost
you no more.
The I-ead Man.
It's Prince Alberta
Aind it in any room you wander into.
trade each Wednesday, at our
you'll ever be offered. And that's hospitality,
if you ask me. What a treat it is, too.
Fragrant and inviting. Cool -: a reprimand.
Comforting as "11~ alibi. Mellow and mild
and long-urning, no matter how often you toad
up and light up. You're in good company when
you smoke P. A. The world's most experienced
smokers have placed this one brand first.
Since 1888 the Tild Label H-as
Stood for Everything Fine in
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