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PINOCHLE TOURNAMENT TO
START TOMORROW EVENING
Eleven couples, true and trusty Ger-
mans, have entered the lists of the
first Michigan Union auction pinochle
tournament, which will be officially
started at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the
clubhouse. The tourney will be gov-
erned by Hoyle's rules and the couple
securing the greatest number of points
will be declared the winner. Fifteen
rounds of four hands each will be
played and the advancement will be
by progression.
Play in the contest will be resumed
on Monday and Tuesday of next week,
but these dates are only tentative and
are subject to change No prizes have
been selected as yet for the tourna-
ment. The list for entries is posted
at the Union.
TWENTY YEARS AGO TODAY.
A bowling alley was put in operation
in McMillan Hall..
The matter of opening the general
library at 8:15 a. m. was being agita-
ted.'
A club called"The Elite Terpsichore"
held one of a series of dances at Gran-
ger's.
FIFTEEN YEARS AGO TODAY.
The Comedy Club was planning a
presentation of its annual play in Yp-
silanti.
The custom of holding joint debates
between the literary societies of the
law and literary departments was in-
augurated.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE PRESENTS
LYMAN T. HOWE ON THURSDAY
Appearing under the auspices of the
Women's League and the Homeopathic
Guild, Lyman T. Howe will present his
"Travel Festival" in University hall
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Two of the features of th program
are views of the recent review
of the U. S. navy, and the ascent of
the Alps by the Cog Wheel railway.
Besides these the latest in motion pic-
tures of the Forlanni hydroplane will
be exhibited, as well as views of the
Grand Canyon, Italy, France, hunting
by aeroplane, and the recent eruption
of Mt. Etna.
Admission to the entertainment will
be 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Why Not Here, Toot
"Bawling out" a man for being un-
prepared to recite will receive its just
deserts Friday in far Seattle when the
entire law faculty of the Uniersity of
Washington will be called before the
student bar to answer a charge of un-
reasonable conduct during the past
college year. The trial will occur at
the law school smoker.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
March 26.-Soph engineer dinner at
the Union 5:30 p. m.
March 26.-Commerce club smoker at
the Union 8 p. m.'
March 28.-Lyman H. Rowe's moving
pictures at University hall, 8 p. T.
March 28.-Membership dinner at the
Michigan Union, 5:30 p. m.
March E9.-Le Monde on l'on S'ennu-
ie," annual French play at Whitney
theater, 8 p. m.
March 29.-Women's Annual Banquet
at Barbour gym.

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WANTED.
Wanted-Laundry to wash at 1118
Catherine St. We do good work.:
Try us. 124-28
Wanted-Self supporting men. Mr.
Smithson, of Chicago, is at 516 So.
Division. He represents the best
money-maker that has been shown
on the campus. 1058-L. 126
Wanted-Reasonable book binding of
all kinds. George I)engler, 200 .
Main. 121 tf
FOR SALE
For Sale-Oliver typewriter, used less
than one year. Price $50.00. Mack
& Co. 126 eod 138
For Sale-May Festival ticket, $2.50,
unreserved. Call circulation desk,
Library. 126-127
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Fraternity house for rent.
I have a splendid well located 20-
room house I will rent on a long
lease on very liberal terms. P. 0.
Box 56, Ann Arbor, Mich. 126-7-8
Wholesale food and good cooking at
Burbank and Stuart. 513 S. Division,
$3.00 per week in advance. 124-129
Leave your want ads at The East
University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every
night for the next morning's issue. tf
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
The Michigan Daily-Finder of lost
articles.
The finest printing office of its size
in the state of Michigan-The Ann Ar-
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St. Call and see us. Printers of any-
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College Inn, the original hamburg-
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and best hamberger lunch room. We
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delivered from 5 p. m. to 2 a. m. Phone
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NOTICE
A fine opportunity for Lhe summer.
awaits the student who is looking
for something to do. Phone 16i9-J
This morning and make appoint-
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HERBERT WITHERSPOON - - Bass
LLEWELLYN RENWICK- - Organist
Reserve seat tickets now on
sale at School of Music
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