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the

delphi and Alpha Nu societies meet
he final contest of the fourteenth
ual cup debate at 7:30 o'clock this
zing in room B of the law building.
subject for discussion is "Resoly-
'hat the federal government should
iire and operate the Telegraph
s in connection with the Postal
ice," with the Adelphi team on
affiirmative side of the question.
dging from the hard work both
is have been putting on the sub-
for the past two weeks, and from
coaching they have received from
r men, a very strong debate will
place this evening.
ie Oratorical board has secured
services of David Friday, Prof.
Dow, and F. A. Stivers to act as
es for, the contest, and Clyde
ght of Detroit will preside.
LERMAKERS AND LAWYERS
BATTLE TODAY.
(Continued from page 1.)
4 inches which has never been ap-
ched. He is also reputed to have
mp of nearly 26 feet in practice.
r following his profession for four
s he took up coaching at various
itutions until he was called to
higan in 1910.
r. Kraenzlein succeeded Keene
patrick and he has more than up-
the record set by Princeton's
ner. His work with the football
has been of the highest order,
ping the men in fine condition
ughout grueling schedules and be-
a great factor in the victories. On
track his endeavors have been
vned with success, Michigan tak-
second in the Intercollegiates last
r and it was mainly through his'ef-
s that Craig and Horner made their
.t records.
he resignation of Dr. Kraenzlein
es as a great blow to Michigan
etics and culminates the season's
I luck. His popularity here is ex-
ed by no one and his work has
1 depended upon as much as Yost's
Rickey's. Michigan's fate in this
-'s Intercollegiates will rest in his
Is but starting next year "Doc"
no longer have charge and the
itioning of Michigan's athletes
be in strange hands.
ho wants to buy a good Hammond
writer cheap? We have one in
I condition for sale at a bargain.
1. Switzer Co., 310 S. State St.
167 tf
UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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* columns may be left at the *
* DAILY office, opposite the Ma- *
* jestic from 12 noon to 10 p. in., *
* or at The University Pharmacy, *
* 1291 S. University Ave., *
* The Brown Drug Store, Main *
* Street, and Quarry's, on State *
* Street, any time up till':8:30 p.m. *
* for next morning's issue. *
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WANTED.
Wanted-Good, reliable students to
take orders for nursery stock. Re-
mittances sent weekly. Rice Bros.
Co., Geneva, N. Y. 161 to 170
Students-Do you know any Scotch
folks or do you live in a Scotch com-
munity? Grand chance to earn some-
thnig during vacation. Address The
Waverly Publishing Co., Box 73. De-
troit, Mich. 165-68

or
"E. Q."

019

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DEAN

When
REST
In your PHO
CELE!

Dr. Julius C
sor of pharmac

by the
last l\

Students-Make handsome profits sell-
ing Feeney Vacuum Cleaners. Ab-
solutely the best. Yoder (student)
a new man, made $90.00 Spring va-
cation. Write today, state territory.
Feeney Mfg. Co., B-683, Muncie, Ind.
may 15 & 25
LOST

will di

Shov

the

Lost-Will the junior who took rain
coat marked W. A. W. from Gran-
ger's Thursday night, please phone
address marked in same and receive
his own with gloves. . 168
Lost-A pair of glasses in case and a
gold bar pin with lettering. Finder
please leave at Daily office. 168
Lost-Thursday p. in. on S. State St.,
a D. J. & C. mileage containing
about 700 miles. Bert Rynerson,
Wayne, on cover. Please return to
this office. Reward. 168-69
FOR SALE
For Sale-I have for sale at a discount
of ten per cent, due bills on two
leading Ann Arbor tailors, a good
photographer, and on a leading De-
troit hotel. If any are about to deal
with any of these this is a chance
to save some money. John S. Pyle,
236 S. 12 St., 849-L. 168
Time to fish! See us for fishing
tackle. H. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State
St. 167 tf

held i
lac on
propo

dean w
of este
Prof
of the
dean c
sence.

condi
has t
few

For a pleasant evening go
Huron. U. of M. Boat House,
North Main St.
Reach Baseball Goods! A c
line can be found at our store
Switzer Co., 310 S. State St.

1

Anyone wishing canoes for the Lake-
mnd trip on Decoration Day must send
iem up Tuesday afternoon. There
ill be no way freight on Wednesday.
Omega Phi meeting at 1 o'clock, in
arbour gym.
All members of the educational
ub meet in front of the Memorial hall
>day at 11:30 o'clock for picture.

67 tf

WANTED,
A young lady student or teacher to
work with another young lady student,
during vacation. A good salary is offer-
ed.
This is an exceptional opportunity.
Phone 350-L

IF..

Y
for

YPSI NORMAL SONG
"The White and the Green," also "The Hills of Washtenaw" now on sale at
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 E. Liberty Street
Popular music, ten cents per copy. A fine line of Mandolins, Guitars, and
mall musical goods to select from. Pianos to rent.
Buy where you can get anything you call for
Goodyear's Drug Store
107 South Main Street
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

1

Clubs and

A

Telephone Your Order New

Both Phoncs No.I11

By

The Sweetest and best at the
SVGAR BOWL'
C indy, Sodas, Sundaes with a reputation
well backed up

PRS

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