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LOWENBURG AND MOHR LEAD
IN PINOCHLE TOURNAXENT.
Devotees of the German national
card game turned out in full force last
evening at the Union to witness twen-
ty-four pinochle stars play the first
five rounds of the tournament. True
to the callings of his national instinct,
Dr. Kraenzlein took a hand and lasted
to the finish. The rumor that Coach
Rickey would also participate was un-
founded, it being said that his national-
'y barred him. The results of the even-
ing's games follow: high, I Lowenburg
and Karl Mohr; low, H. T. Cope and
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AK BEFORE JOURNALISTS..
harles Austin Hughes will lec-
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next Thursday -afternoon on
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formally on the staff of the
Record-Herald and acted as
.can correspondent for a syndi-
iggett to Lecture in Lansing.
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artment, will deliver an exten-
cture in Lansing, Friday, on
Brill Visiting in Ann Arbor.
[arvey C. Brill, of the chemis-
ilty at Miami, who received his
ere last year, is in town for a
ia Curator Visits Laboratory.
T. B. Freas, curator of the
A1 laboratories of Columbia
ity, spent yesterday in Ann
isiting the chemical laboratory.j
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Found-Three dollars in cash.
honest injun owner may have
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March 28.-Lyman H. Howe's moving
pictures at University hall, 8 p. m.
March 28.-Membership dinner at the
Michigan Union, 5:30 p. m.
March 28.-"Le Monde ou l'on S'ennu-
le," annual French play at Whitney
theater, 8 p. m.
March 29.-Women's Annual Banquet
at Barbour gym.
The Michigan- Daily finds lost money.
L Read Daily classified ads.
Did you lose $3.00? Read Daily clas-
sified ads. 127
College Inn, the original hamburg-
er. It is Elmer's place. The cleanest
and best hamberger lunch room. We
serve the best of everything. Lunches
delivered from 5 p. m. to 2 a. m. Phone
Wholesome food and good cooking at
Burbank and Stuart. 513 S. Division,
$3.00 per week .in advance. 124-129
less the price of this ad by proving
up at the Daily office between 1 and
2 p. m. 127-128
The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
Wanted-Interior decorating to do.
M. D. Moore, Home Phone 682. 128-36
Wanted-Laundry to wash at 1118
Catherine St. We do good work.
Try us. 124-28
Wanted-Reasonable book binding of.
all kinds. George Dengler, 200 S.
Main. 121 tf
For Sale-Oliver typewriter, used less
than one year. Price $50.00. Mack
*& Co. 126 eod 138
For Sale-Silver Mellophone (French
Alto Horn) with four crooks and
case. Complete for band or orches-
tra. Pyle 236 12th St. 849-L. 157-8-9
For Sale-New three passenger road-
ster, twenty-two horse power, four
cylinder engine, with high tension
magneto, top, lamps, etc., $495. 911
Greenwood Ave. 128-34
For Sale-Due bill on Malcolm the
tailor. Call Michigan Dail3 office.
For Sale-High grade upright piano,
slightly used. Must be sold soon.
See it at 1336 Geddes Ave. Telephone
Lost-Black note book with names
Hinton and Roach on first leaf, con-
taining important notes. Liberal re-
ward for return to this office. 127-8-9
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
Leave your want ads at The East
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Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberje & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
A fine opportunity for the summer
awaits the student who is looking
fir something to do. Phone 16i9-J
this morning and make appoint-
Reserve seat tick
sale at School
We have a
on sale at c
Stylish Banquet and
grams should always be
Ann Arbor Press.
printed at the
Make money during vacation. Your
spare time during the summer will
yield large profits to hustlers. Every
home a possible purchaser. For infor-
mation call H. C. Rummell, phone 775-
L or Floyd L. Young, phone 979-L.
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the Ice Cream for
To Clubs and
you can get anythOng you call for
Goodyear's Drllg Store
107 "uth MaIzn Street
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD
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ve prepared for good
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Buy your tickets .in advance. No t
no phone orders accepted af er that
e, Varsity Tailoir
Ice Cream Sundaes and Sodas,
all flavors. They're fine now
that spring has come.