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PTJNDAY, MAY 27, 1928

i l HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

YEARLINB THINfCLADS TAKE TH1RD PLACE
IN ANNuIAl Al I .fONFFPfNIfTIRAUK MFFT

(Mich l;elir 4Wi ) , Second1; Sol- taflec, 1"S feet, 6 iNces
aya ([11), third; Kinith (Wis), Mile relay- wonll1,vlh'nois,
ifourth;i MiIJ)1and~t. (Wis) , fifth, JDis- n ett, Andrews, I I 3!IsmiII

Ohlio SatSecond,

Mainnesota, third; kL7ASSIFIE
diana, fifth, Time
'M-AVERISp

BUICK 1927 twordoor s e(an, perfect.
condition, $800. Dial 5061. 180
E~SSEX coach, 1926, just overhauled,
F everything good. Dial 5661. 180

1.41 Ilt1V~lIL" IM..1. V$.iJIB L11L
11110 i And Buager Yearling's fiiisli T~o
Aheaid (W Ioyt in in Big .elt (Tdo
Telegrapi e rngageluent, ((n)
%00K WINS QUARTER MILE Spear
;After going' through their dual tele- Peristy
graphic meet schedule without a sin- (Min
gle defeat, Michigan's freshman track Iluggef
team was forced to saccept a third in ti20fo
the all-Conference held Thursday Burkh:
when Illinois and Wisconsin finished Sentm
first and second with 68 3-5 and 46# fourth;
1-5 paints respectively, whil1e the fo)urth;
Hloytment collected 41 13-30 points. (Minn)
Indiana was fourth with 36 14-30, Broa,
Ohio State fifth 'with 27 5-6, Minne- (Wig);
sota sixth with 18, and Purdue seventh Broclr
with one. The three remaining Con- mafth
ference schools, Iowa, Northwestern, ig
and Chicago did not enter teams in Cooh
the meet. tiedp.
Cook of Michigan took the quarter tid f
in :49.6, a fraction of a second ahead tied to
of Fazakes and' Shaw. of Ohio State 1teo
who tied fort second. In addition' to Pole
Cook's first in the quarter, Michigan Fiie
won the discus, tied for first in the LMun
OO0, took seconds in broad jump, high,
Jump,' pole vault; third in the 220; feet
fourth in the 100, 880, two mile, lowvBre
hurdles, shot, hammer, and relay;' fifth j ale
in the 880, low hurdles, n aei. Ithird;I
~flh~r ~and javelin.
T.L Uiytrr .raa ines.l'

3,.I JL gfu ! i I Ed\G9.. .
(Wis), fifth. Time 4:32.2.
mile run - Won by Steele4
Leas (Ind), second; Wickson
third; Groehn (Mic'h), fourth;
(Minn), fifth. Time 9:51.3.
yard high hurdles- Won by
in (Ill); Gage (Ill), second;
y (111), third; Henderson,
fourth; McClure (Ohio)
At (Mich), and Hatfield (Ind),
)r fifth. Time :15.5.
yard low hurdles-Won by~
tart (Ill); Cave (1ll), second;
tan (Ill), third; Potter, (Mich),
i;Hatfield. (Ind), Sewlk '\Minn),
i;Hatfield (I), S ea r Is,
), tied for fifth. Time :24.6.
d jump- Won by Babington
Harrell (Mich), second;
:neyer, (Minn), third; Bertle-C
(III) fourth; Kisling (Ohio)
Distance-22 feet, 5 1-2 inches.1
1jump-Won by Beecher, (Ind) ;
(Mich) ; and Meyers (Min),
or second; Kemp, (Wis) fourth;
on and Martenez (Purdue),
r fifth. Heigt-6 feet, 1-2 inch.
(Mich), second; Mounce, (Ill) ;
vault-Won by Mantz (Ohio) ;
(Wis), and Brockmeyer,
), tied for third. Height- 12
45-3 inches.
put- Won by Behr (Wis) ;
ti. (Ohio), second; Smith (Wis),1
Marshall (Mich), fourth; Fal-
111), fifth.. Distance, 46 feet,4I

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agencey of your vity h ,.ts two permia-
IIC~lt positions iin sales department.
$125.00 to start. Box 53. 180
- F1OR RENT
D)ESIRABLEO single room in Girls'
League House. Olen-half block from
campus. 725 h~aven Ave. .177-S-9
FOR RENT--Large double room, one
single, and garage. Girls or young
couple preferred. Dial 95i44 or
9714. 422 E. Washington. 178-9-0
FORH RENT-Apartmeint, 4 rooms with
p~rivate bathI; heat and water fur-
nished. C all (ai'ly mornings or
evenings. D)ial 7339. 179 80

o have your dress or s it E ERGINE
leaned and pressed for £ e orial Day

WA NTED)
WANTED-Telegr'aphl editor for nig;ht
work on Summer Daily.
177-S-J-0
WANTED-Couple want a job in fra-
ternity beginning first semester.
Fraternity best reference's or city
references. Daily, Box 48.
174-5-6-7-8-9
WANTED-Students to know that our
home laundry methods give your
clothes personal attention. Aloe
Laundry, 204 N. Main. Dial 3916. C
WANTED--Cook in sorority house be-
ginning next fall. Apply Michigan
Daily, Box No. 49. 176-7-8-9-0
WANTED-Good canoe by June 9.
Write Clare Kafer, Palmyra, Michl.,
giving full description. 177-8-9
COLORED couple want work a~s cook
and porter in (non-Jewish) frater-
nity house four next September. Ex-
perienced and clean. Refierences.,
Write box No. 51. 178-t1-0
WANTED-Student wva nted for board
job now, and through summer
school. Call, Mac, 21405. 1st
SUMMER work; adIvaced student:
valuable business experience; spleni-
did opportunity. Educators' A'sso-
ciation, 2111 Wooidward Ave., De-
troit, Miclli. 180
WANTED
A 1928 MICHIGANSEAN
Call Amter, 6581. 140
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We Specialize in Silky Pleatedl nd .P lain Dresses
Energine' Cleanin is what we c-If. i Odor less cleaning
is what we do. Service and sa.tis"act in i our foremost
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Mten's Suits' Energine 'Cleansed and Prlessed by us
means inside seams and cuffs thctroughly brushed and
buttons and minor repairs done.

SUITlE o o ms~Oi5; lprivat ehomy,; no
other roomers; mL'riie(I coupli pre-'
ferred. Garage. Phone 7303~, 11011
White St. 179-80
FOR RENT-One 4-room iurnished
a pIratment. Electric ref; igerator,
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Phone 3403. 180
FOR RENTP--Extra fine suzite of rooms,
819 South State. Phone 8837 or
7943. 180
FURNISHED) four-rooln apartment,
shower and electric refrigeration.
Avaf lable June 1. Diail 3869 or
<3403. -180
FOR SALE

100 yard dash-Tie for first, Jones, Jvlntrw o y Hoe
(Wis.); Miller, (Ind.); Tolani, (Mich); (Javin tDhbrry-(Mnn), Hoerd
tie fo fort, Cve Il); urryToole (Ohio), and Weaver, (Wis),
(Mich); Davidson, Altschul, (Wis), tiedl for third; Andrea (Mich) fifth.
220 yard "dash- Won by Krause' Distance, 170 feet, 11 inches.
(1ll); Dickinson (Ill), second; Tolan, Hammer throw- Won by Williams'
(Mich), third; Leffler (Ill), 'Cave (Wis) ; Grace (Ohio), second; Jans-
foIll) Fazakimes (O2hio2'8 State), 'tied for dlen (Ill), third; Patton (Mich),
fourh. Tme :1.8.fourth; Hills (Ill), fifth. Distance -
440 yard dash -- Won by Cook 1"7 feet, 1 inch.
(Mich); Kazakes and Shaw (Ohio Discus throw -i Won by Brooks
State) tied for secon ; Kelly (Ill),
fouirth; Bertlesman 11l), firth. Trime ZURICH, Swit.-Walter H-agen es-
#49.6. tablished a new record for the Zurich
880 yard run - Won by Starrett, 9-hole course when he went around
(Ill); Andrews (1ll), second; Fruin in 30 and 29 in an exhibition match
(1ll),£ third; Benson (Mich), fourth; recently.
Mueller (Mich), fifth. Time 1:58.-
One mile run - Won by Leas (Ind) ; PARIS.Norman E.-Broks Austral-
Steele (lad), second; Wicksonl ian lawn tennis player, has been a-
(Wis), thisd; Cassady (Wis), fourth; warded the Legion of Honor by the
-f, sFrench republic for his work in pro-
Frneand Australia in Athlctios.

FORMPRES T PRESSING

FRATERNITY and rooming
d~. T.. Albro, 106 East
M~hono 5800.

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Huron,

LOST-Blrack Duofold fouintain pen on
State between Williams and Cath-
erine. Leave at this offlce. 178-9

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I !A9 S. 4th Ave.

FOR SALE-Double dleck bed and
mlattresses, single bed, double bed,
sanitary couch and double desk.
Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 L~. Washing-
ton. 178-9-0~
FOR SALE-Slightly used portable
Columbia, for $20. Catll 6764. Ed-
wvin E. Matthews, 334 E. Jefferson
street. 180
FOR SALE-Dental equipment. and
supplies of the late Dr. C. S. Chad-
wick, Jackson, Mich. For sale
cheap. For information, write or
call Mrs. C. S. Chadwick, R. F. D.
No. 6, or Mr. Dennis Berry, dmin-
istrator, 300 Otsego Ave. Tel.
4297-A. 180

LOST-Heavy sterling fraternity ring.
Crest set in rectangular black onyx.
Reward offered. Call 4718, or ad-
dress b~ox 50: 178-9
LOST-Zeta Psi piny Gall 5717.
178-9
LOST-A gold pin, dragon shraped.
with tiny ruby eyes.. Finder kindly
return to Elizabeth Estes, 1127 E.
Ann or phone 4800. Reward offered.
179-80
LOST-Mexican-silver bracelet. Finder
please call 8817. 179-80
LOST-Pair of glasses hr brown letath-
er case. Corner of Williams and
Division Sts. Reward. Return to,
Michigan Daily, ;Box 52. 180

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