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TIIT RPSlDAY,.J A NI 'A I tY 19, 19 2

TI-IF MICHIGAN DAILY

SOUTHERN JAUNT WILL CONDITION [.-ATOCLO
RAMFS WITH DAPVAn RPR P~fH P~l AT[ VOGEL'S HAWKEYE BASEBALL NINE A3PM ADVERTISINGAT3P-

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1 i)ii 'il ampus. 20,0' N. 0' .i2-0'
persons. 500 Palwrd
'01Z~ RENT --Front SuiteC, 5('0111 in'
midw~lay lbetween Univ. I'Olosiitul and
School of Medici li. ,apply u1 I8
N. Uhniv. (formerly Vlln) 9 1

a ' (SpecialIiIIHIL ..IIIUU U j UIU I L
EFTFIEVFEIA- OVRIE' SCHEULE Col I T. andl --Dd

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to The I laily )
i- a, team into the SoullIi nor thle fourtih
t1 successive year'. Previous in vasions

NOTICE
TRY one of our Thirty-five ceeut noon
lunch at Barney,",,, 516 E,. Williams.
8 9-91

5_ isIirriil Nine Will IOpp1ose !Iep,
li als, Harvard, C'lemnson,
ieG LOSE FOUR REGULA
Three nxew teams that were
played last year appearicon the Mi

Wvill (condi ti onlthe unTiersity of Towa
New awne, members of last year's team,
W ill] likely (1o nmound 1 1forthle 7aseih i7t ear in for Ithe Western Con,-
tolverines. Reichman is the onlv ]erenc-o( race again th1is spring for
catcher remaining from the 1927 out ile H,' l keYCs will play eight gamest
fi.in lDixi e, accord ing to Coachb Otto 1-1.
NRS fit. daesExpected Next. Month Vogel.
Coach Fisher, will issue a call. fr Coach Voge l, \vhose 1927 :;amn tied
niot Varsity baseball candidates 'the first Illinois for the Big' Ten title, is taking'

nlettedl eight victories, six defeats, andl
one tie. This is the schedule:
M\arch 31-St Louis at St. Louis.
April 2, 3-Louisiana. State at. Pa-
ton Rouge.
April 4, 5-Tulane at New Orieans.
April 6, 7-Mississippi A. & M. at.
Starkvil le.
April J--Washington at St. Lois.

NOTICE-For Hire, "Carl's Wol-
verines" 8-piece novelty orchestra.,
Phone 4398. Carl Kraatz, for rates.
89. 90, 91
DRESSMAKING-Experienced; _can
furnish references. Estimate given
on work desired. Phone 3655.
QiTTn_, TviPSc, Thurs.

TYPEWRITER RIBBONS-Our rapid,
turnover insures a. fresh stock. You
secure the best quality at a moder-
ate price. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels
Arcade.I
TYPEWRITERS-All makes, sold,
rented, exchanged], cleaned, re-
paired. Our machines and work
guaranteed to give best satisfaction.
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.

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A.SUITPE at 311 Thompson. Stlfezi
heat, continiuouis hot water. 89, !W, 91

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TYPING-Theses a specialty. Rea-
sonable rates. M. V. H artsuff.'
Dial 9387. 77-180

10RRENT-Three nicely l i'r ied
suites for melt stuttlit$, 3bok
froi ca ins, N~ic hi. U nion. PhoneI
94612.S(), <9t, '91

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part of next semester. Some of the

.gait lasebanll schedule for 1928. Tfhose batterytnen are already working
teams, Harvard, Clemson and Indlia- in the field house, limbering up
1the approaching season.
iia are among tiec1.5 nines s ea Last year's freshman nine was
tiled to meet Coach Fisher's mren on up to the standard of recent year
t he diamtond. A {total of 2.2 gamnesj teams. There was a lack of g

out
for r

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definitely scheduled for the Wolver-
ine nine this year, while a. home and
litime agreement with Michigan State
will likely be arranged.
Will IOpen At('iiichiati
MVichig an will open its annual sou-
thern trip with a game against the
Unliversity otf Cincinnati on April 7.
Last year the Cincinnati team dle-
leated the Wolverines 5-4 in a con-
test 'during Commencement week.
From Cincinnati the squad will go
toi Nashville for a two-gamle series
with Vanderbilt April 9 and 10.
Clemson, a South Carolina college,

jball players in the class of 1930, who
reported to Coach Jack Blott last.
spring. It is not expected that a great
deal of Varsity material will be de-
rived from this source by Coach
Fisher.
Michigan's team finished third in
the Big Ten diamond race last year,
,with a percentage of .667. The Wol-
verines worn eight games and ol(st
four. With the number of lettermen
remaining from, last season, Michi-
gan should have good prospects of
placing high in the Conference stand-
ings this sp~ring..1

COR ELL COAL - COKE
Scranton, Pocahontas
Kentucky and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever
since it was established. The secret-
"giving absolute satisfaction to our
customers." We believe it pays to do
business in a friendly way. If you
think set too, let's get together.

NOTICE-Two used portable type-
writers for sale. One and two years I
old respectively. Reasonable prices.3
Call 3489. E. H. Munn.I
Tues., Thurs., Sat.1
NOTICE-It will pay you to call 3489
before buying or renting a type--
writer. E. H. Munn, 203 So. Thayer.1
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
NOTICE--Be sure and visit this most
modern and efficient Hat Cleaning
and Shoe Shining Parlor. Michigan
Theatre Bldg. 539 E. Liberty.
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
'NOTICE-We deliver . etween the
hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt4
Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.I
1 20 100

FOUNTAIN PEN SERVICE
WE have three skilled penmakers
back of our retail counter to serve
you on correct fitting, adjustments
and repairing of all makes. You
will not find equal service any-
where else. Our prices are no more
than you would. pay elsewhere.I
Manufacturers of the famous Rider1
"Masterpen." Rider's Pen Shop.
FOR SALE
LAST WEEK of special oriental rug
sale. Oriental brassware, Indian
prints, etc. Must be closed out re-
gardless of cost. Real opportunity
to buy. Mr. Jamgotch's importations
at reduced prices. Third flor, Mack
& Co. 87, 88, 89, 90, 91

TYPEWRITING and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by ex- !1'O ENT-:
perienced operators at moderate 'lose toc
rates. College work a specialty for 611 Chutrch
nearly twenty years. 0. D. Morrill, !O RENT'-
17 Nickels Arcade. i rooms for1

Second floor; t wo)'blocks fronm
Union. 555 So. Division. Phone 8072.
89. 90
FIRST-FLOOR apart ment:. w lag
rooms and bath. Will accoinniodal e
three ersons. 500 Packard.
FOR RENT-Rooms, single cr dube
in quiet house, for iii'xt enstc'
Glood iocat ion, 429 So. hlivhsica
i ~89, 90, !91, 92,.9T"
ROOMS, single Or dolubl, ,II 5
Chioral I nion ticketlo soIc,$8
I'hoiie 7185. 8.S) t

-Single1r(om'-; and sit Cs,
c:ampus, . Reasona hIle rent.
a11 89, 90. 91, 92
'-Two fut nished double
boys, $3.00 and $2.50 e','ch.

will pr'ovide the opposition for the -___
rambling Wolverines on April 11 andh K01,';EMA1NEN ENTERSI
12.Theseresof games in the Sont T
will conclude April 13 and 11 wih PYLES COAST°COXST I
the U~niversity of Georgia at Athens. MARATHON TO URNISY
Twelve games with six Conference
teanms are on the 1928 baseball cardl. (Rt~ Associated Press)
home ando home games with Northr- NEW YORK, Jan. 18-Willie R oih- l
western, Iowa, Illinois,. 'sconsin, lemainen, the world's greatest mart-1
rind Ohio State are s hedtiled, while thoner two decades ago, has startedo
sIngle games with Indiana and, Pur- training for a come back at the ace
(Ine will he played during April. of 40 years.
Northwestern opens the Big Ten sea- Kohlemainen, a brother of the fain-
.son for the Wolverines with a coiln.-os Hannes, has teiuporarily Mitd
test here on April 16. aside his bricklayer's tools and don-
Trhree Eastern Teamts Listfd ned running togs in preparation -'or
1Hai'vard, Syracuse, and Colgate are 'his entry in C. C. Pyle's cross-co 1r1-
the eastern otfits that will be play-netrcsatigfo LsAgls
pd this year. The two gan-me series on March 4.
With Spracuse is scheduled for April Along with about a thousand (of the
27 and 28 at Ferr~ field, while thelednditcernrsnth nv
tea wil gi t HmilonN. ., oPtry, Kohlemainen will try for the
two c'ontests with the Colgate nine 1$25,000 prize.j
IMay 3 and( 4. On May 5 the Wolver-_______~
ines will journey to Cambridge for CHICAGO - Nineteen exhibitin
°a game with Harvard. The return; games, all of which will. be played in
gane will be played here May 26. ( Los Angeles, have been arranged for
Michigan will play six home gaines th Cbs
(iring April, while in May only two_______________-
gamnes are scheduled for Ferry field. Oklahoma leads in the Missouri
A single cuntest with Ohio St ate will V'allhjy Conference basketball race
be played in Ann Arbor in June, al-E with seven straight victories and 110
though there are prospects of a game deeas
with Michigan State dutring Coin-___________
mencem'ent week. NEW YORK-Montr'eal Canad(ieCiis
Coach Fisher loses only four,,play- bold first place by a ten point mar-j
ers this year, Don Miller, pitcher, gin over the Boston Bruins in the
Bill Puckelwartz outfielder. Red Da- Nationa egehce ae
vis, catcher, Earl Ruetz, pitcher. His nalegehcyrc.
infield returns intact, with Ooster- I .
l'aan at first, Morse at second, Cap- I I Coach Ray Fisher's freshman
tarn Loos at short, and Weintraub~ atI basketball team defeated the
third. physical education five 41-15, in
Lang, Corriden, Nebelung, and Mc~- - their annual game played re-
Coy, all veterans, will take care ofI cently on the field house court.
the outfield. Asbeck, Gilmartin, and ______________________

ATTENTION SALESMEN - Position
Open part or all time for very= in-
teresting work here in the city.
Must be neat appearing and actually
want to work. Prefer someone who
has had experience. Call at 408-9
Ypsi-Ann Building. Ask for Cornell
88, 89

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FOl.REN- FotsuPle, rd 21l~ac art ,
Single rooms,, line Ilocation,'-'1a
andl reasonale. 438 Sonuth Div ...:.,.
85, 91'

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FOR SALE--Two J-Hop tickets. Call
9670, ask for Bob. 89, 90

CORN WELL COAL

- COKE

TYEWITRSERVICE I FOR SALE-One J-Hop ticket. Call
TYMPLEEWyriter srie e 3074. Kimimick. 89, 90, 91
and used machines of all makes. FOR RENT
Rental's by the week, month or.I FOR RENT-i'iootern turnishedI apart-
semester; repairing of all niakes by, ment or rooms for two girls, second
skilled workmen; all kinds of typ- semester. 621 Forest. Phone 5607,
ing, prompt service. High class rib- near campus. 87, 88, 89
bons and carbons. Rider's Pen Shop. -
--FOR RENT-Newly decorated front
TYPING - Theses. Expert work, suite. Light and warms. Shower bath.
promp~tly done. 1026 Packard. Dial 803 South State. Phone 6110.
j7391. 89, 90, 911I 86, 87, 88. 89

OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK
Phones. Office : 4551-4552 Yard Office : 5152

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THE MAIN STREET CASH GROCERY

2151 North Main S.
Whitefish ......
Trout ........
Halibut....... .

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Salmon .
Fillets . .
Perch .
Herring, 2
Wall-eyed

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Smelt ..............35c
Smoked Trout .......40c
Smoked Whitefish ... .30c
Kippered Herring 2 for 25c
Bloaters .......2. for 25c
Smoked Fillets....... 30c
Also-All kinds of Salted
and Pickled Fish

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A N unusual and dis-
tinctive line of woolens
for. spring suitings -
noiv on display

lbs for... .25c
Pike .....30lc

Open E veiings-Sindays avnd Hllidalys

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E0 FOR li''-Sinlerooi, iin1)pr ixate
home, upper c 1;acs: or gnuiiat"" s 0a-
(lent pr'Ceerredl. I'h one 6G122,
! 88, 89 9(), 91, 92
FOR RENT-- Two firis droi'iY15
,,withi bath, f'or girls ; nea im pus.
Dial 6204. 8 8, 89, 90
FOR H NT On-()e alia-'(wenit lanld one
jsuite for ladies. 920 lAlotiroc. l)ia 1
21241. 18, 89. 90)
FOR RENT--Fnrnished Apt. 1215;[h1ll
St. Thirst; floor front, four room,
sun parlor and bath. Phone 67
87, 88, 89
FOR RENT-Suite in a quiet hourse
and a good localtion, it 429 S. iDivi-
sion. 89, 90, 91
SUITE for oneC or two boys, on (quie..
street, two lblocks. from Campus.
Phone 4707. 89, 90, 91
1+'OR RE~tNTI---Comfor t able surite *anI
single room. Phone 81 94. 89, 90, 91
ROOMS ,t $3.25 p'er week at
FLETCHER HALL
jAnn Arbor's only IT\[en's Dormiitoryi.
Unoher new Management.
Especially adapted for Student's con-
venience. New, Fire-proof Building;
Steam heat, Shower Baths, Hot and
cold water in each room.
Lounging andl Smoking Room
915 Sybil St., near Ferry Field. Dial
1770.'
FOR RENT-EU rnisli et house, 6
rooms, goodl condition, f'acing cam-
pus. For second semester. 421
Church. Phone 5561.
87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92
FOR RENT-Completely furnished
five-room house; heated; one block
from Campus. Very reasonable.
Phone 6642. 83, 84, 85. 86, 87, 88; 89
WANTED
ROOM-MATE wanted. Pleasant front
room. 1/g block from..campus. (aradu-
ate preferred. 1115 S. University.
21489. 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93
WANTED-Refined lady wonuld like a
position of companion I~r invalid
or children. Phone 5304.;S
LOST
LOST-An Elgin watch was lost in
the locker room of Waterman gym,
Saturday. Reward for its return to
Champe, '556 So. State or Phione
4017. 87, 88, 89
LOST -A reward is offered for the
return of the Elgin watch which
was lost Saturday in Waterman
gym. Call Champe, Phone 4017, or
556 So. State St.
LOST-A black Moore fountain pen
with a -Rider clip. Reward. Call
Johnson, 6293 or 9714: 89, 90, 91
L O ST -- Shakespeare's Complete
Works. Cambridge 'edit ion in Eng-
lish department of Angell Hall. Re-
ward. N~o questions asked. Box 25,
Michigan Daily. 89, 90), 91.

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skill to properly produce true style in
formal attire. Quiet dignity is the idea-
to be conveyed. Extremes are taboo. The
grace and charm of the models that we
are showing will appeal ~h man who-
is particularly c:-lcwrned to know that
his garments are correctly tailored when-
he is on dress parade.

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