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FOOTBALL SQ UAD BEGINS HARD 1CNFERENCE SCHOOLS ARE LACKING VETERAN
RKIN PREPARATION FOR FALL MATERIAL FOR GOLF TEAM AS SEASON NEARS
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T BANoffensive and defensive aerial for-(positions to form interference on on, failed to make the scholastic star last year, graduated as did two good players are listed for each
oore ontshaFom agdeWor in comigouplayof t eiratisfinuemFromraget6) Connor, who led the Michigan play- of these teams but their eligibility
matio, with the playrsI ateat endTaroudlays n grade during the winter quarter ers in the Big Ten championship has not been made known. Most
System Of Matches Will Be Used and drill on breaking up the tosses. himself as dissatisfied wit the and later took himself out of col- event for three years. of the good college golfers get their
To Make Permanent Playing In the absence of Captain Trus.. meagre turnout so far this week, lege golf by becoming an assi- Sophomores rank better in golf tournament experience in inter-
List For Season kowski, who did most of the pass- men, with or without previous foot- Itant professional. Dave Oglevie, than in many other college sports scholastic and junior events and are
ing last year, Simrall took over the ball experience, are welcome to Jr., champion of the Cleveland dis- and Illinois, Chicago and North- fairly seasoned golfers by the time
Temporary Varsity tennis rank- tossing assignment, while several of come out, and equipment will be trict, also failed to satisfy the Ohio western may have teams that will they reach their sophomore years.
ing was announced yesterday by 'the backs who saw service on the issued to all reporting at the field faculty and followed Sargent into give good accounts of themselves Their instruction is from the club
Coach Courtwright, and a system of "B" and freshman teams last fall house. the professional field. Fish, Illinois in Big Ten competition. One or professional.
matches will be used to determine also took turns throwing the oval. 0 0
the permanent places which the While the ends and backs were INTRAMURAL
court players will occupy through- .occupied with the aerial drill, Intramural Sports managers
out the season. Coaches Wieman and Keen put the I will meet at noon today at the
Each man in the temporary rank- line. aspirants, through a long Union for lunch.
iug list is entitled to challenge any workout on charging and blocking.I Earl Riskey
of t~he three men listed immediatem Coach Wieman illustrated the io o SY
ly above, and the best two out of -
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three set match will be played. In "tceh m r el rr n Se Vc*o
the case that a man ranked lower .1,111 11 L.U II.IIII V R U 1 1i O.
wins, the players will change theirF
places in the list. These challengeO
matches will be played until next SNF
Saturday, April 26.
The temporary Varsity ranking I
tennis list is as follows:
2. Hammer. We are making a specialprice on a complete selection of Spring Suitings.
3. Spencer. Youngimenwit coege back. . commerial or transport P ota license, ini.
4. Beal.-I gg d nesdad Avation o o ar We will make them up in any style you desire. The usual fit and quality of
'1. Beal, i ~~~~~grounfd needed in~a~ition in aviation mechanics and business aviation.5.Shee.I pndaelgtu atiitear.PereT'fcty Uvta-Mtonhosg
5. Schaefer. j speoa delightfnlvacationtin the air. Prepare The faculty of Univet-sal Aviation Schaools ia
6. Moore.- at the same time for one of the many oppor. composed of the most competent ground and tailored to measure clothes are in each suit. You have the opportunityof
7. Bacon. tunities offered by aviation. A college training flying instructor in the country. Universal
8. Dusenbury. aceda tor coin actic aer itiesthrougo the United States. A school putting your own ideas into your own suit for-
9. MacFarlane. sal Aviation Shools, preparesyoufor a position
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15. Marsh. ing graduates for examination for private, coupon below.
WHITE woman cook. Good in gen-
eral pastry and salads. Position
Iin Sorority. or fraternity prefer-
red. City ref'cs., Box 50. 123456
PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776, Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Not with any
music house. Exclusive piano
tuner for the University School
of Music. Office at residence.
1608 Morton Ave. 234C
NOTICE - Home Laundry - Soft
water used exclusively; called for
and delivered. Superior. Home
Laundry. Phone 8190. 234C
1928 Chevrolet Coach, ball crank
bumpers upholstery and paint like
new. Only driven 8,000 miles.
1927 Chevrolet Coach, in wonderful
condition with new tires.
1926 Chevrolet Coupe, overhauled
and in good running condition.
See this one for a real bargain.
1925 Ford Coupe, disc wheels, good
paint and rubber, $95 00.
HURON VALLEY CHEVROLET
Store-206 E. Huron
Lot-332 E. Liberty
Phone 7280 1,2,5,6
NOTICE-Beautiful spring line of
Axminister and- Wilton rugs.
PERSONAL A'TENTION LIKE
HOME AT A SAVING OF 10%
WITH CASH CARD. DIAL 3916,
MOE LAUNDRY, 204 N. MAIN.
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.
TYPEWRITER SERVICE - New
Corona, Royal, Underwood, Rem-
ington portables, also used large
and portable typewriters of all
makes bought and sold, rented,
exchanged, cleaned, repaired.
Large stock, best service, consid-
erate prices. Phone 6615. O. D.
Morrill, 17 Nickels Areade.
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
Tommie Mack, A.B., Director
310'S State Phlone 7927
SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and
dry screened. Telephone 112. Kil-
lins Gravel Company.
WANTED-A job for a competent
young man, tending to the odd
jobs about the house in return
for his room - good references.
This would be for the college
year of 1929-30. Please write
Box 36. 234
WANT 25 men of average intelli-
gence and more than average
ambition who must earn next
year's expenses during the com-
ing summer months. A proven
44-year average will show you
how you may earn between $500
and $1,000 in three months. Call
W. R. Thurrraut, 7517 after 8:30
p. 'in. for, appointment. 246
WOOD - WOOD - WOOD.
FOR RENT-Double and single
rooms, quiet home, also garage.
425 So. Division. 234
FOR SALE OR IENT-Apartment.
Call 5800 or, evenings, 6858. c
FOR SALE-Tuxedo, used only
twice. Call 8755 after 8&p. m., 1303
Geddes Ave. 23
FOR SALE-A bargain; No. 3 Ko-
dak Special with $20.00 worth of
accessories; A-1 condition. Cal-
kins Fletcher Drug Co., 322 So.
FOR SALE-Silver plated mellow-
phone; gold bell; excellent cond4-.
tion. Will sell very reasonably.
Apply Tommy Towner, Sigma Nu
FOR SALE-Charming seven room
country home two miles south-
east of Ann Arbor. Phone Uni-
versity 92 J. 2 rings. 'Evenings
Dial 116, ask for 732 F 3. 2
LOST-A green Shaeffer fountain
pen on or near campus. Cal
Ailene Yeo, 3718. 12
LOST-Rider Funtain Pen with
name Hollister Mabley on it.
Please call 6017 or 2-1214. 234.
LOST-Slide rule in tan case, Fri-
day before spring vacation. Re-
ward. O'Brien Dial 4818. 34
FOUND - Pair of bone rimmed
glasses in a black U. of M. Health
Service case. Inquire at Daily