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rITHE MICHIGAN DAILY k_

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ALAN J.
7CIATED )PRE5S,

SPORTS EDITC*L)
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hisory Mats nto Ileave tinlthMe fils at Autwerp it 1920 -with
~*posterity a record of five Olyin-a single toss. tle waSssco nd int
yc-and points scored for Untcle194
Sa i eer oe f l~imTraffic poli~ the dignity or his
nlaynhavky in 1908. lMctrath, Ihen a.
1V'« hckits 198,Mc~ath 1 Zel ;lifted him high in the, police' depart-
,Oi~cC, won secondl place ill the. in- mtent, drifted away from lie sturdy}
teitt nainl ae at London. l+our" Irisjtman as he t aled of Olympics,

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:211W1 YOUK.-The grand "old".
anOf American we«-ight throwers-
(.Captain AMtt McGrathi of the New
York police, tiallic squad, Division
'A, sir-is about to pick up his 16-
pcund h ammier, andi for the, fifth. time,
show thec Olympic talent in his spec- 1
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system.
When the day is over, Matt swai s

thee regulation 'blue of New Y orb's y.arsblter, at the Beak of hlis care arr.'his struggle to carve out a name a>>
finest for 'Jersey and shorts of an ath- A Att set the Olympic recordl at 179 al athlete, and his dleswre to lei%'
lete and for an hour or in-ore seniv. (eet 6 inches in wining first placf, for the youth that sntinmo musi.
the big; brass ball whistling thrvough ;0 Stockholm. Despite a set of torn supplant him, a record of cleanli-
the air for. the same distances that11ligaiments on his right knee and a ness anid the benefits that nyhwnpae.i orOypccm m1<nsae fed h eiu etieie rmaheis rpryap-
titions. Nwith the twinkling grey eyes ,placed plied.j
For the, gray-haired Irish gat
with :the soul of a philosophierand ____________T Y PEW KI TER S

V SPIVAIL 41PPOINTMN
OF ANN ARBOR
The character of the suits' and
topcoats tailored by Charter House
will earn your most sincere. liking
J. F. Wuerth Co..
,A.' FIEGEL, Prop.
Manhattan Shirts and Knox Hats-

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LASII
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APTICE
RZEMAKABLE SALE OF TWO-
T1RO USER S UITS AT 12.50.
VALUE~S UP~ TO $4500

Sturdy as anioakc in his 230 pounds'i
< : holne madill scethe 50-year-old
vterant of foury international engage-n

meon ts, l:eent-eyed an13d vigorous. de- a past as. replete with strug;gles %and
sie25 ears of)t 0letic competition romanticism as any in the history of
(1'Iypies himself with the px'-ob- sport annals, isn't satisfied with theF
lcems of 1lMnhattanc's mighty traffic finest string of performances in 0-

SEE
The' Fastest Selling, Most Up-to-Date Portable
On the Market.
______AVTHORIZED , DE ALER

CLOT*N'JHES
Ready-made
And Cut to Order

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Tis ,sale is another demousitrationm
of' this stare's supremacy inl extreme
value-ivinga-and it will be welcomued
as an extraordinary buying opportu-
o ity amiong nteil and college mie
i whoO know real clothes-value. The
c~oliegiafi suits in the large as'sort-
'nen'tt 'are designed .tnd sty,'ed in the
newest anzd most authentic models
from an attractive variety of all-wcot
fabrics. 'They arec(distinguished by
expert tiailoring and ca.refunltI~uisll
ing-. Early selection is advised.
THlEFAIR
200 N. Main St. C
11. W. CLARKC'S GOLF Sh[OESara
blessing to golfers whio arc afflict-
ed with tired, aching feet. They
rest your feet while playing,. Cost
no more-than ordinary golf shoes.
Golf. shoes for men andt women.
Corner of Forest and Sou.th U.,
Only 0o1e rtorc-cannot be boughIt
elsewhvere_ handmade. Y(,weir
do repair,; c
TYVEIWRITER SERVICE
All makes. No better Skill found any-
%vhere. lPrornlt service.
Riuler's Prin Shop
APhone 8950 C

ESTABLISHED ENGLISH UNIVERSITY
STYLES,' TAILORED OVER YOUTHFUL
CHARTS SOLELY FOR DISTINGUISHED
SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES.

TYPING-Theses'
son bl e r'ates.
D~ial 9;237.

a specialty.
M. V. Ht i

Suits 94,x,¢ $45, $50 Topcoats

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Type* wr~ iter Ribbons anad Carbons
The best you ci n buy. Always fresh.
Rider's'Pen Shop C
'IyPewriters For fleiit
Good mnachines, your favorite make.
Ridler's Pen Shop
Phone 89.50 C

I ount~fain P'r enRp.-irium
Our skilled Penmakers Service
your no more. Thme only logical
to have your pen repaired.
Rider's Peni Shop

costs
place

Portn ide Typewriters-New or 1
IT' WILL pay yo t to come co Rc
headquarters and see theD
Royal liortablc before you buy.7
"Baby"' Royal , is alr-eady outsell
aill other mnakes. of. portable. "S(
Baby."
Rider's Pen Slop
Authorized IDeahezrs in Rtoyals.

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TYPEWRITERS-Sales and Service.
All makes, large and portable,
bought, sold, rented, repaired, Our
nmchines and work guaranteed, In
busin-ess since 1908. 0. D2. ,Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade. C.
FOR SAE
FRATERNITY and rooming houses.
0. T. Albro, 10.6 East Huron.
Phone 5800. c
WANTED
WANTEiD-Students to know that our
home laundry _xnethods give your
clothes, personal attention. Mloe
Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial, 3916. C
WANTED - Studen rts interested in
summer ;'employment. Address
Michigan, Daily, Box. 41. 157
WANTED-A reliable student to work
for meals. Good place for right
party. Phone 6813. , 156-57
WANTED-Position with orchestra
for summer work. I play sax and
clarinet.. Phone 4310. 155-6-7
WANTED- Two personrs tq accom-
pany me on extensive surmmer tour
in wvest by auto. Anyone interested
communicate with K{err., Dial 7673.
155-G-7
UNIVERSITY instructor desires small
apartment or light housekeeping~
Isuite, partly or inot, furish~ed, for
next school year;. occupancy July
or September. Box 40. 154-5-6-7
WANTED-A room with a private
family where a musical instrument
may be practiced upon during the
dlay. -Box 42, Michigan Daily.. 7,S
08$T
L0OST-On Thursday evenrdtg, April
26, a lady's gold wrist/ watchi. in'd-
er please call Binzer, phone No.
22-187. 156-57-58'
LOT-A-Conklin orange fountain
pen, with name Jay 0. Chapman.
Reward if returned to Sandwich
Shop, 1204 S. sUniversity., 157
LOST---Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity
pin at military ball. Finder please.
phone Blair, 4618, or call at 1824
Geddes. 157-8
LOST-Sigma Epsilon pin Saturday
night at Michigan Union. Initials
S. C, K. on back. Phone 4231. R,~-
ward for return. 157
Earn Extra Credits
During Summer 'Vacation
The change and recreation so necessary to every-
one are here combined with superior oppor-
tunity for educational advancement. Boating,
swmmi, tennis, concerts. dramatic performn"n
ces, inspirilng lectures. etc., arc all available.
Organized excursions to indvatrial, financial and art
centers of Chicago. Courses covering fu ii yearis work
,ni General Cnetry, 1'bysi~'s or Zoology, for st udents
interested in Medicine, Dentistry cr Eng;ineerio;;,

HosU n S~uESSION
ON THE SHORT: OF LAKE MIC iU ;3
Open Jum25, 928.rnd iaclues
Graduate School Iaw SCh oa
College of Liberal Arts School o% I ius;
School of Commerce School of Spe^ech1

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