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SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1 530

'T44"E VIC-HIGAN 'D)

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SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1~3O THE MTC11TQAtL1D~ AlLY

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~e iiThA f'CRWEWeSfa s OL
Big Ten Grid Sessions TRY NEW MEN
tornsignals, only eleven as pir-ATTRK
U ants reporting for the Crimson I 'a
drill. (B3y Associated Press)
Perfect Wcather Aids Cinder- As far as turn-dtuts go Mno NEW YORK, April 4.-Ten of th~e
path S~~gzinit Drill Session ;st holds the edge over the other j country's 112 college crews areI
paFryFed.IcneeceshosWth Squadnz- grooming new men for the varsity'
on FrryFied. onfeenz scool wit 14 cadi-stroke oar assignment this sea'son,
dates reporting daily for the Goph- I
ENTER KANSAS RELAYS ler practices. Wnith Gcnly a few;ex-Ia checkup today revealed.
Withtheweaherthemos ceptions most of the available let- Johnny Clingerman of Princeton
Withthe ,veathr thi styer- termen have reported. All the men. and Bill Otis of Massachusetts In-
fet that it has been yet ti or are new to Fritz Crisler and. Tagi stitute of Technology are virtLually
-°Coach Steve Farrell's Varsity track Wicman consequently everyorne the only holdovers from 1929. 1
squad continuled its workouts yes- must show his ability before th~e At Yale, Woodruff Tappen, var-
~r~ly pintng dwad te Knsa new coaches. Crisler is working
er6,y oitin twar th Knsa tI with the backfield, and Wiema sity stroke in 1928, has staged a';ar
Relays to be "held "April '19. Thle has charge of the forward wail. ; comeback to win at least 'a tempor- 1
cinder 'paths have been put 'in At Chicago Amos Alonso Stagg ary decision over Art Palmer, a Y
'much better shape enabling fn i lnnn nthrcmain'o bigger and more powerful oarsman'I
Wolverine' 440 "men to turn in- some his Maroon gridders to- star with whorlgtdhntotejiriH
fattxisi etra' rciethe spring practices which wil be- reeaeehlt hejno
runs. Dale 'and Dalton Seymou" ISphmre soon.ngth al
°Mtiller, Russell, Mosser and Glad- PURDUE UNIVERSITYf-A young 'op hoeae getting o t.Healrv-
m.galra th ditneRuel Adonis who swims with the swim- ar d, California, Pennsylvania. and ; to
~ 14 4.~~ ,~ming team here received 'a letter Syra~cuse. Wisconsin 'also is experi- Iir)

(Continued From Page 6)

IOWACOACHFII INVENTOR OF NE lNL A S S I F I E
SWIMMING SUIT MADE OF RUBBER AVRiSN

call trip yesterday to Vanderbilt 'by, (Sp'I~e6A to The Dail\) NO1iCE'
1as the swimmer 'churns through ___ .
C5-4 score. i IOWA CITY, -April 4.--Offering the pool, the water will..glde easily! Lessi than t hi e conts ,day for
no more resistance to the water from his body. The suit. will dry World Wide All, ? istk Fur insur-
Tennis fans will be interest- than the athlete's own skin, a rub- quickly, thereby 'overcom'ing the an ce and Storage.
ed to know that Cochet and 1 ber -suit' for competitive swimmers I disadvantage of cloth gainrenrt * ZWErZD)LINC'S Pur SHOP
Rorotra of the French Davis I has been invented -by Coach Davidi So far as known, no similar .: ;.e Complete Ftcr 'eice hnr,.ce 1904
Cup Geani arc slated to appear 1A. Armbruster of the Universityr ofi ever has been inventc>u. 56
in Detroit late next summer 't in Iowva,. TYPING--Theses a spe~cialty. Fair
Application for a United Statcsj STATE COLLEGE-Ata meeting rates. M. V. THartsufl. Dial 9087.
exhibition mxaotciDes. They pil1atent has been made, and if final ofwtln Iah frm4Gcl
be accompanied by Jack Davis1 trials show that the suit is as prat- Ileges and universities held lastNOIEDing to ew Yr
and Bob Moon 'of the Australian ; tical as its inventor believes, it will week, an association was formed, OCy fr spring atoNwcorek
teamn.'be manufactured by the A. G. that will correspond to the Foot- 'Crroo for hreegvaaofourps-d
You sggetinsplase ~r :al..Spalding sporting goods house. ball Coaches Association.,egist ht iiiy esn
You sugetios.plese 'rr'all ,The suit, exactly the same size asI egrtohavintyRas-
Lround college athlete of all time, the present silk variety, is made able, round trip. Write C. F. M.,
rrantland Rice is 'asking for them. 'otf ~uegm ubri igeDtotetes "® Box No. 122. '45
'esterday the claims -of Richar'd apiece style with reinforced seams.1 - --- HONEY---Choice Clover in ten lb.
[arte of Harvard were presefnted. I Since the rubber is very "live" - clans delivered for $1.25. "Paul
His claims include All-Amierican; it hugs the body closely, allowing! CA SS THEATER ! Wuerfel. Phone 6187.
nd, Harvard baseball captain,f no space for water to penetrate be-j The Sensational Featu.re ol the- -___
point winner on the track to m, a tween the suit and the skin to the Victor Herbert Festival WANT SUMM.' ER W( )RK-Seasonal
member of thec Davis cup tennis3 slight deterrence of the swimmer'si ELEANOR PAINTER increase in our business makes
Squad and intercollegiate dou.bles progress. Coach Armbruster pointsj In the' fascinating and MelodiousI it possible for us to place a num-
lennis champion-a consistent star~ out that it will offer an absolutely Comic OperaI ber of college stu dents in our
in ll ourmaor pors. moth urfce o he ate, ad THE FORTUNE TELLER" offices throughout the country
- --- - - ------- ---- _- - this summer. See Mr. Noll at the
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urginULL the LU L1 UsU iime Vor.AJu an
7-10 scdnds for the single lap.
6fl ding 'covered the 440 in 52 and
3-10, followed by Mueller, several
yards behind.
The 'hammer and javelin throw-
ers. spent considerable time under
Coach hetz, with rudimentary
practice for their third day ' out
The discus throwers also heaved
the plates up and down Ferry Field,
showing good 'form. Pottle ap-
peared for his' frst outdoor work-
out in t'he poise vault and seemed
in 'good shape for the coming open
air im'eets.
The Wolverie track mentor sent
his charges through -a long drill to
see' if he could find 'speedy mile,
440 anid "880 'relay combinations to
perform at the Kansas Relays.
Spring vacation workouts are to
determine the make up of the
team that will make the trip but
'Coch Farr~l 'has already sent 'in
the entry bMlnk, indicating his 'ex-
pectations of finding suitable ma-
terial for his relay squads.
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irecenitly from one, who signed hier-
self "'Indiana University Co-ed."
She said s'he had witnessed the In-
diana-Purdue tank meet and ad-
mired his "manly physique."
IThinking that the letter was a hoax
of f raternity brothers, he "decided .
to carry the joke salong. So he wroteI
a passionate letter 'to the myster-
ious mer maid. 'Fromn friends he has!
learned that the girl really attends'

'menting with 'a youngster of great;
promise but little experience, Joe
Just 'how well California's soph-
l'omorv hope, Duncan Gregg, will
hold uip under fire will be learned,
E on April 11l'when he and his mates
go into action against Washington
at Seattle 'in the rowing classic of
EtePacific toast.,

Condensed Statement Showing Condition
,of the

Indiana Univer ity and is cdntem- 'ine-. olden Btears of Caif~ornia, I
plating a week-en d visit to Lafay-~ I swamped the 1-luskies by 5 1-2I
ette soon. It is rumorecd that the- a glengths in the three mile race a,
yon dnsi aiga hurired trip to the X"orth 1Pole.fQ with thei4ri valssin the north.s reI
SNoon Lunch 50c Evening Dinners
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Ann. Arbor Savings Bank
of Ann Arbor, Michigan, At the chose of business,
March 27th, 1930.

RESOURCES
Loans land Discounts ...... ... . . . . . .. . . . . . .
Bonds 'and Mortgages . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .
O~erdrafts .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Banking Hows . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . .
Furniture and Fixtures .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Reap Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Items in Transit .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .
U . S. Bonds .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cash Resources:
U. S. Bonds ... . . .. . . . . .. . . . . ... ..$. 330,000.00
Cash & Due from 'banks.. . . .. ... . .. . . . . 20,564.23
Total Cash* on hand. in 'Baniks and U. S. 'Bonus

$3,593,354.66
2,327,020.84
449.15
136,500.00
19,532.50
96,533.52
1,510.24
127,200.00
1,050,564.23
$7,352,685.14

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Total . . . . . . . . . . . .

LIABILITIES

Capital Stock:
Paid in . .....' ' .. . . . . .
Earned . .....
Surplus Fund (Earned) ,. ....
Undivided P ois ... . . .. .. . . . . . .
Dividends Unpaid o ........
R~eserved for Taxes,,.......
Commercial Deposits .......' , ....'
Bank Deposits . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Savings Deposits ....
Total Deposits . . . . ..... . . . . . .
Bills Payable _.. . . .. . . . . . . . . .

$50,000.00
450,000.00

,$2,536,205.43
:.. 101,776.19
3,556,171.39

$500;000;00
300,000:00
188,941.78
1,455.90
3,134.45
6,194,153.01
165,000.00
$7,352,685.14

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