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April 04, 1930 - Image 7

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ntramural SWIMSCORERS;
5UVAD I BLDKINGNBobby Walker, speedy Wolverinet
e 'W " sprinter, led the Michigan tank
team) in scoring against Confer-
Fundamentals to be Stressed Wyhence opponents in the season just I
FundmenalsWinning every match the Senior
in Spring Practice Until Lits defeated the Junior Dents to closed, netting 37 points in four
After Vacation. win the inter-class handball chain- dual meets. He was followed byI
pionships. Eleven teams competed Frank Walaitis, who scored 31 ;
BILL HEWITT REPORTS in the tournament, points. Bob Goldsmith and Irv
The annual handball and Valentine tied for third place with
With a squad of nearly 75 grid- E squash tournaments are occu- !24 noints apiece.
iron hopefuls now turning out reg- pying the faculty athletes at In four meets against Indiana,
ularly for practice, Coach Harry present. Neither event has Minnesota, Northwestern, and Wis-!
Kipke is making the most of his progressed past the first round. I
opportunity for outside work-outs. Amassing a total of 53 points, the consi, Walker averaged more than
In his attempt to bring Michigan nine points per meet. He compiled
from the period of a slump which Buckeyes, captained by W. Carpen- these points swimming in the 50
the Wolverines have suffered for ter, are setting the pace for the and 100 yard free style events and;
the past few seasons and to again Independent teams in the race for as a member of the relay quartet.;
make them a potent factor in Big the all-around chaHmpionship. H1w- His best performance was the In-
Ten football circles, Coach Kipke ever, with three sports left on the diana meet, in which he aggregated j
is carrying out his plans for a Sprng slate, their lead is not an 12 points.
strenuous spring practice bykee imposg one. Walaitis, tallied his points in the
ing his men on the jump all after Novice athletes are busily en- Irelay, sprints, and fancy diving.
noon at south Ferry field. gaged in t i e All - Campusl Goldsmith accounted for 24 pointy
The all-important fundar entals, squash and handball tourna- through performances in the breast
blocking, tackling, and passing, mients now in progress. In the C orrd yrey ct
continued to be ..latter event, Lappin, Cooper, end secled in th acstroke
stressed yester- fate, and Forsythe have sur- and medley relay to amass a like
vived t The seeadinglround. tota1
day as theyT l i vived to the semi-fanal round, tongalMichigan team mem- P tactic
have been -n With 28 fraternity earns already bers in individual scoring against
the o u t s i d e entered' for the Spring sport pro- Big Ten opponents follow: Walker,I
drills so far, : gram, competition in the three '37, Walaitis 31, Valentine 24, Gold- Every man realizes the practical
and the Wol- events, soft-ball, tennis and horse- smith 24, Smith 15, Raike 13, Ladd advantage of a two-trouser suit. ;
verine mentor shoes, is expected to exceed all 11, Hosmer 10, Ault 10, McCaffree
promises to tu-: ; previous years. Entries will be ac- 7, Miller 6, Staelin 5, Boldt 5, Hub- We feature Lord-Rochester styled
for his prote- cepted until April 9 ley 5.clothes exclusively for young men
ges in t h e m that want style and quality at a
until he has a moderate price.
smooth - work- We are showing tweeds-herring-
ing combina- Bill Hewitt bones-flannels and worsteds in
tion. Until after the spring holi- b
days are over the large squad will all the wanted shades of tan and
see little scrimmage, but directly' grey.
after they return to uniform Coach j S b.LT SH O ES t
Kipke will send them through prac-!
tice games to see how much -the ' $ 5 4 - $45
pre-season practice has improved!
their play.
As yet no plays have been given Beautiful Topcoats
to the prospective Varsity perform- T
ers except two or three simple ones Camel's hair and fancy weaves.
which were used in the Intramural
building for limbering up purposes.:
Although by no means the whole $25 - $3 0 $35
squad ,has turned out as yet Coach
Kipke is well pleased with thei
number of men who have shown
their intentions of playing next
fail. Most of the lettermen from o m
last season are still on the missing
list, but several of them have sig- Black and White
nified their intention of turning Bo nadV ht
outas s onas ossbe. Bill HtutgBrown and Whilte
is the only veteran out at present, Tan and Brown C orbett
outanan asw sona'osbe.Bl eit
while Hudson, Daniels, and Mor-1
rison are trying for places on the Rubber or Leather Soles 116 East Liberty Street
baseball team, and will not be able $5.00 1b S
to get into uniform.
NASHVILLE, April 3.-The first Ac
game of a two-game series between N L D B Shoe Storey-
baseball teams of Michigan State 62"ATLBRT u s rb
collegeand Vanderbilt was called 620 EAST LIBERTY
off Wednesday on account of rain,

Spring Showing


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Sta-Down Collar
Stripes, Plains, Patterns


RU T H N O L L, formerly of the
Michigan League Beauty Parlor
is now with the DiMattia Beauty
Parlor. For appointments call
8878. 234
PIANO TUNING - Phone 6776.
Victor Allmendinger. The Stein-
way concert artist tuner. Office
at residence, 1608 Morton Ave.
TYPING--Theses a specialty. Fair
rates M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087.
NOTICE-Driving to New York
City for spring vacation, closed
car, room for three or four pas-
sengers to that vicinity. Reason-
able round trip. Write C. F. M.,
Box No. 122. 45
HONEY-Choice Clover in.ten lb.
cans delivered for $1.25. Paul
Wuerfel. Phone 6187.
increase in our business makes
it possible -for us to place a num-
ber of college students in our
f offices throughout the country
this summer. See, Mr. Noll at the
Michigan Union, Friday 1:00-
5:00 and 8:00-11:00, Saturday
9:00-5:00 and 7:00-10:00. 45C
WANTED-Students to enjoy a real
meal. Forest Inn, 538 Forest.
Competent service men on ail
!makes of radios.
Dial 21408 521 East Liberty
SAND-Washed and screened sand
and gravel; all sizes. Immediate
Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C
FOR RENT-By day or by week
for women. Two front rooms.
814 E. University. 3597. 234
I RENTAL-1118 Hill St.-Splendid
6 room apartment, excellent con-
dition, garage. Phone 3713 or
5792. Owner. 45
WANTED-Garage space for one
car. Near Williams and Campus.
Call daytime, 7515. C
WANTED-Girl to clean and an-
swer the phone two hours each
day. Phone 7561. 45
LOST-Thetha Xi fraternity pin.
IReward. Don Alfin, 708 S. State.
121990. 45

You didn't know it 'till now,
but these suits were bought
with the idea in mind to please
you-and we still have that
same idea. Why not drop in
today and see them-we know
they'll please you.
All two trousers
$35 to $45

Every spring we've had an
excellent showing of Topcoats
but this spring eclipses all
others for sheer versatality,
fine tailoring and better wool-
{ $25 to $40

tip R1~

213 East Liberty Street

to- The lichigan Daily

SPORT SHOES-The most favored sport shoe will be the
brogue top rather pointed in brown and white and black and
white. These numbers, sell at $10.00. We have a more con-
servative shoe of the same general type at $9.00. A soft toed
shoe in rich brown leather that sells for $8.50 is a good shoe
for regular use and sport wear also. We are expecting a ship-
ment in a few days of another sport shoe inm a two color com-
bination leather soled and these will sell at $5.50 or possibly
at $5.75. The price of this shoe' doesn't tell the story by any
means as it is of fine quality and will be a good shoe for sec-
ondary wear or for those who do not wish to tie up a larger
sum in sport shoes.
those who like really fine custom clothes perfectly fitted and
designed to suit the personal tastes of the buyer we offer the
custom lines by Scheyer. Though these lines are regularly
priced at $68, $73, $78, and $83 we are introducing these fine
clothes at ten dollars below the regular prices.
HATS-We offer two new lines of hats designed and manu-
factured by the Knox Hat Co., The Brayton is a smart hom
burg in white pearl and amber, full silk, lined and priced at
$7.50., The new $5 hat by Knox comes in gray and tan and
is styled both homburg and snap brim and carries the quality
and style that mark all Knox hats.

The Prices this Spring are somewhat lower
than in previous seasons and the merchanl

dise values, we believe, are better.
the merchandise listed in this adve


ment we have tried to pass on to our cus-
tomers the lower prices. For the rest all
items mentioned are new and' fresh Spring
merchandise, having carried over no stocks
from previous seasons.
South University Avenue
SHIRTS-We believe the new line of Arrow Trumps is
the best shirt value on the market. The White Trump is
$1.95 and the blue $2.15. Others too including a beauti-
ful basket weave in tan and white with button down collar
promises to be the most popular shirt of the Spring.
TOPCOATS-We have a few tweed topcoats left in rag-
lans and regular models at $32.50. Also three brown
Harris tweeds at $42.50. Camel's hair, single breasted
with raglan shoulders at $42.50.,

NECKWEAR-Ties of the quality generally sold for $1.75
we now sell under new policy for $1.50. These are all
hand sewn ties and include the Lamatones and cobble silks
in plain colors. At the same price are our new silk shan-
tungs, including the white, fully silk lined and hand tail-
ored. We offer too a full range of $2.50 neckwear and
some special new French satins at $4.00.
SPORT SUITS-We have a few choice sport suits in
Scotch and English tweeds. The coats have patch pockets
outlined with double stitching and are two button models
with notch lapels. The knickers are the plus-six models
with pleats at the waist while the long trousers are cut plain.
These suits are ideal for sports, campus and country wear,
and are priced very moderately at $52.50.
LEATHER JACKETS-We are offering a new jacket in
buckskin almost white in color at $13.50. Others in brown
leather at $14.50 and fine chamois coats at $21.00.
SOCKS-We have a wide variety of half-hose and golf
socks to offer. In the former we have smart long wear-
ing socks to sell as low as two pairs for $1. Others in
pure thread silk with Schiffle embroidery clocks at $1.25.
(2 pairs for $2.00). Some imported hose in pastel shades
of blue, green, gray and tan with contrasting clocks at $1.65,
and other imported hose in light blues, canaries, browns
and grays to sell at $1.00 and $1.50. Also some fine im-
ported lisles in solid colors with contrasting clocks at
$1.75. We have a good range of the white silk socks that
promise to..be so popular this Spring and these are marked
at $1.25 per pair. Golf hose too of all prices and shades.


1-3 off on all Pajamas.
25 % off on all Knickers.
Some New Spring Ties 95c.


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