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THUTRSDAY, APRIL 10, 1930

TH14ElMI C-HIGAN-

DAIL1Y

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YEARLING WRESTLING TOURHNEY ENDS
CAMPUSMATATIVITIL S FOR YEAR
All-Freshman Meet Concluded 145 wih and Wilson, using; a!
With Fine Display of very effective scissors built up a
Grappling. time advantage of 6:09. Bishop
was able to withstand the punish-3
ALL BOUTS PROVE GOOD ment and saved himself from be-j
Fresman reslingfinas ing pinned several times although
Frehmn wesig fnl yes- he was unable to break Wilson's
terday af ternoon in gWatermanI
~yiuTutishe th swa sog t hold and get on top.
gym urnshedtheswanson to The 155 class brought a real
fiaat a'ctivities on the campus for'
struggle between Stalker and Ala-
this season. Coach Russ Sauer's io. Netrwaabeogtth
proteges displayed a stellar brandavnaei hetomnt e
of gra.ppling which furnished a ?nrod and Alaimo Went down first
part of the indoor All-Freshman!
meet. only to come right out and place
Malowitz, in the 115 pound classl even. He finally got behind and
lost to Siguart by a fall after hay-' stayed there to win the bout with
ing piled up a considerable time" a time of 3:51. Baus threw Kay, in
advantage. Siguart broke the holdj the finale, the 175 pound weight.
and 'worked his victim into the pin- !Both men wrestled fast and hard
ping position to win 7:51. until Baus finally applied, the pin-
Digbe took the title in the 125 ,ning hold, getting his fall in 6:55.
by default. Cortes, in placing inI Summaries: 115 pounds-Siguart
the semi-finals on Tuesday sustain- defeated Malowitz by a fall, time
ed a bad knee injury and was un- 7:51. 125 pounds-Digbe won by
able to compete. In the 135 divi- default. 135 pounds--Halliwell de-
sion, Halliwell got behind early and feated Halliday, time 6:13. 145-
flalliday was umable to come out Wilson defeated Bishop, time 6:09.
of the position 'underneath. Hjalli- 1 155 pounds-Alaimo defeated Stal-
well's time advantage was 6:13. ker, time 3:51. 175 pounds-Baus
Wilson and Bishop met in the defeated Kay by a fall, time 6:55.'

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LAS SiF IET
CADVERTISING Di

and gravel; all sizes. Immediate
delivery.
KJLLEN'S GRAVEL CO.
Tel. 7075, 7112, or 21014. C:

Sn o aemust be ordered this week to

get delivery

for Cane Day.

Vacation Sport wear
Riding Breeches...... $4.50 up
Leather Blous n.... $12.00 up
Knickers and Sweaters
The New Polo Shirt $2.00

WA I~fRDĀ«
THREE n cen wanted by T. A. C. U3.
Co- to fill Miehigan ,,jrmrntc, .Tn-.

NT' C FOILR RENT come guaranteed. Sales experi-
j ence and personal ability re-
________-___-___ __- --qired. Apply for interview to-
' FOR RENT-Ncwby furnished 2I day, Mic higan Union,- Room 304,
!NOTICE! room apt., 809 E. Kingsley. Every h lours 1-5. 3
.We store fur coats and furnish apartment convenience. RingI
World-Wide-All - Risk Insurance, bell No. 14 after 6:00 p. in. Phone: LOST
IPolicies for less than. three cents 21976. 3; ._--._._..
a day. _______ LQT-Delta Zeta Pia Pin~. Retu~rn
S ZWERDUNG'S FUR SHOP ------ -- to Mildredl Phillip s, secretary's
Ioffice. Dial 6108. 3
Complete fur service since 1904. FOR RENT-905 Forest Ave. Upper,__ _______
Phone 8507 2340, duplex. Five rooms; bath; sleep- LOST- S mal hteterer wa-
-____ ng porch; available Sept. 1. ing small leather harness with
!Phone 6137. 234J license on it. Call 3743.
DRIVING to Baltimore via Pitts- l___________________-
burgh for spring vacation. Room1
for two passengers. See L. A. FOR RENT-Large room with
-apt. 1, 814 E. Huron or leave ! shower bath for two business
cord.men or students. 215 South
IThayer. Phone 7981.
wrd i_______ ____ __Read the
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT-For 2
or 3 students, traveling in the FOR RENT--One unfurnished andDA L
State of Michigan. Salary of $451 one furnished apartment. 426 AL
a week and transportation. Seel Packard. 123 CL SSIIED
L. Donahue in Room 306 at the I_______________
Union between 1 and 5 o'clockW l
I this afternoon or call 4354 or' FOR SALEItWlPa
4151 for appointmnent. 3 Yvou Well

VA6HERCQjMPAH
Jor llen s LSince 1&4

MORTGAGE LOANS -- Money at
611 without bonus to loan on

FOR SALE-Ford roadster. Model
T. Runs O.K. $17. Phone 6818,
evenings. 34

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The Ambassador is one
I of the new models-which

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cron alfan W it Bu
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THE5, $10V00
Frown C and Whue Can
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the diferenc

436 -5 Guaranteed used cars to drive
home Easter, store here until !
______ __________- ,Tune, then drive home again.
PIANO TUNING -- Phone 6776. ESSODE COACH............... '271
DODGE SEDAN..............'126
Victor Ailmendinger. The Stein- I OLDS= SIX COACH..........12
way concert artist tuner. Offce FORD SEDAN................'126
aat residence, 1608 Morton Ave. DODGE SEDAN..............'124
234C0 DODGE TOURING........... '23
- _______ OVERLAND TOURING ........'24!
2nd SEMESTER TUTORING R. H. ALBERI
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 S. STATE. PHONE 7927 1514 E. Washington Phone 225691
12aC i 34C1
TYPING--Theses a specialty. Fair i
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9087 ;FOR SALE-Ford Coupe 1925; $35;
C; good condition; motor o.k.; 1930)
_________________________ license. See 522 Elm. PhoneI
SAND-Washed and screened sand 4602. 23

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customed to mneasure oirNe Patns-
customed to don Clothes by Society Brand Suits and other fine makes
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Two Trouser Suits $50 to $60.00
Stetson Hats Schoble Hats
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APemnn

Easter Sna

Look

IT MUST B EASTER . . or very near to it*

well dressed young

mien appear

everywhere

*

H ere's a tip* These are the young men who come

here each season for their wearing appareil *

N 4OW

you are i on the secret of a permanent Easter Sun-

day look.

New Easter Suits and Topcoats

$3-5

-$50

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