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nd fair to the custome r.
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Guaranteed fit, sizes AA to
E, 5 to 11

Another 'Big' Clean Up of Fifty
Slightly Worn Kodaks
Prices start at from 30%f to 5o% off regular prices, and re-
duce at the rate of ten cents per dlay until sold., every one

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We sell from a sample line but our clothes
are tailored in town
OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28.00UP
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THE PLACE TO 60
WHEN DOWN TOWN

Cooling Drinks.
of All kinds
Cream delivered to any part of the city
116 S. Malin St.
Phone 166

LA 2Lt tt aN(I;TAKES'
PREP SCHOOL~ MEET.
(Continued from page 1)
yard dash and the broad jump,. has
the honor of scoring the greatest num-
ber of points for any individual, with
a total of 16. Zoellin of Lewis Insti-
tute and Kimball of Muskegon were
close seconds, with 15 points each.
In class B, Thompson of Rockford
scored two firsts and one second for
13 points, and won the leadership in
this class.
The summar~ies follow:
100-yard dash, semi-finals : first heat
---Floete (Chicago U. High) first, Zoel-
ln (Lewis Institute) second, Henry
(Detroit Eastern) third. Time-i:0
seconds.
2nd heat--Zerwer (Lewis Institute)
first, Gudritz (Saginaw Eastern) sec-
ond, Herschman (Toledo Scott) third.
Time-lO 2-5 seconds.
Finals-Zoellin (Lewis Institute)
first, Floete (Chicago U, high) second,
Henry (Detroit Eastern) third, Hersch-
man (Toledo Scott) fourth. Time-.
10 1-5 seconds.
120-yard high hurdles, prel iminar-
ies: first heat-Zoellin (Lewis Insti-
tute) first, Bruch (New Trier) second.
Time-16 3-5 seconds.
2nd het-Fey (La Grange) first,
Williams (Detroit Eastern) second.
Time-16 3-5 'seconds.
3rd heat-Smart (La Grange) first,
Cuiln (Toledo Scott) second. Time-
16 3-5 seconds.
Semi-flnals--Williams (Detroit East-
ern) wvon. Tlme-17 seconds.
Finals-Zoellin (Lewis Institute)
first, Fey (La Grange) second, Smart
(La Grange) third, Williams (Detroit
Eastern) fourth. Time-15 4-5 sec-

ford) first, Clancy (Deckerville) sec-
ond, Merchant (St., Joseph) third,
Springer (Plymouth) fourth. Time-
10 3-5 sec.
220-yard dash-Merchant (St. Jos-
eph) first, Thompson (Rockford) sec-
ond, Merrimnan (Deckerville) third;.
MacNaughton (Croswell1) fourth. Time
-22 4-5 sec.
440-yard dash-Merriman (Becker-
yle) first, Brown (Lowell) second,
D~us Saulte (Detroit University school)
third, Wisely (Plymouth) fourth.
Time-54 a-5 sec.
Half-mile run-Brown (Lowell)
first, Dins Saulte (Detroit University
school) second, Cramer (Rockford)
third, Jacobs (.Detroit University
school) fourth. Time--2 min. 13 4-5
sec,
Mile run-Taylor (Lowell) first,
Jones (Plymouth) second, Decker
(Detroit University school) third,
Parr (Wayne) fourth. Time-5 min.
12 1.-5 sec,
Broad jump--Thompson (Rockgord)
first, Ellenthorpe (Croswell) second,
Springer (Plymouth) third. Merriman
(Deckerville) and :Wisely (Plymouth)'
tied for fourth. Distance-21 ft. 3 3-4
in.
Half-mile relay-Detroit 'University
school (Jacobs, Dus Saulte) first;
Cros well (Ellenthorpe, MacNaughton)
second. Time-2 min. 1 sec.
Open Sundays 9:30 to 4:30. Lyndon.
Shoes repaired while you rest. 0. G.
Andres, 222 S. State St. eod Tu
Horse and runabouts, everything
new, complete livery. Phone 106.
Drop in after the game or after play-
ing tennis and try a 5e soda. Van
Doren's Pharmacy,' 703 Packard St. tf.

If yrou are hot, tired and thirsty
come to the

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Tilt SODA' [OUNTAIN- THAT IS LIBIRAL
Save time at noon and night by dropping to for
one of our special lunches
Home Made Candies

Bloonmficid & McGrath's

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Paris Cafe
601 E, Liberty St.

Tdry ouir appetizing specials, Straw-
berries and Creasy, with Coff~ee and
Toast.
This is o .e of our delightful fifteen
cent breakfasts.

Violin

Organ

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branches of MUSIC'

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WHY? Because we give
QuIck Servie

Large Variety,

Are taught at th

Cheaper Meals

OREN'S CAFETERIA

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Lunches

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and Packard'

Phone 98t7

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in the Electrical Fixture Business.
Indirect, Semi-Indirect, right in stock.

Electric. Co.
Phone 21:3-M

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DETROIT

WEEK MAY 24
Nights,Saturday Mat.
W0. 75c, $ 1.00, $1.50.,
and $2.00

S. Shubert's N. Y. Winter, Garden's Latest and
Biggest Produlction
In m rice
STAUED BY V. C. H-UFFMAN
id Sconi(c Flashes of IIii Life Entirely Smothere d with Girls
Winter',s Run in Ncew York with lts Brilliaiht C ast. of 1"S Persons,
lRNC LPI? )1NO
MV'inerza Coverdale Rita Gould
Teddy We~t- Swor & Mack
Yvette Alice Hegeman
Joe J ?<ckso William Halligan
Cool a-! & Cox Ely Brown
John SparksJaeGrn
Will .StantonJaeGrn
IE WINTER GARDEN'S .>(!PREMF SFINSATION
By Authority of the 'i1° rey ot, the \ax y. The, lion. .osephlus
Datnils and thff Conutnaiiders and O hcurs of the UJ. 8, Navy
L yman H. Howe Exe sv Naval
rh hlpV. S. NAVVY f 1915
ThePhiipPines, Native Life, Costumes, Sports-From Savages
to Civilization
Jap~an, Italy. Bird, Alinial, Plant Studies and other Features
who exchanged I LOST--Jewieietl fraternity pint Lamb-
ay night at Thius- ; i Chi Alpha.. Rewardl. 628 Pack-
axii52 L 1'l one 2485-R1. 168.-9
5 522 L, DOUBLE YOUR MCONEY-by buying
arinacy Founltain ra Suit Pattern at -00 cents on the dol-
upplies. tf lar, W1agner & Co., State St. 168-9

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440-yard dash-Burke (Richmond)
Sfirst, MacKenzie- (Grand Rapids) - see-
w ond, Mueller (Lewis: Institute) thirtd,
Lamonde (Lewis Institute) fourth.
Time-52 seconds.
Pole vault-Graham (Chicago U.
high) first, Albright (Chicago U. high),
Cross (Muskegon) and Landers (Or-
egon) tied for second. Height-lO ft.
6 In.
12-lb. shot put--Kimball (Muske-
gon) first, Finzel (Detroit Eastern)
second, Graham (Chicago U'. High)
third, Smith (Wayne) fourth. Dis-
tance-49 ft. 3 1-24in.
-- Mile runi--ott (La Grange) first,
Thomjppoil D t oitEa, tern) second,
Vandevisse (011,E 'd ltpi4s) t ir d
Gates (Battle Creel) fourth, rfj1pe
I min. 45 4-5 sec.
High jump-Smart (La Grange)
first, Moorhead (Toledo Scott)' second,.
Scott (Detroit Eastern) and Haigh
(Detroit University School) tied for
third. Height-5 ft.' 7 in.
220-yard dash-Zoellin (Lewis In-
stitute) first, Floete (Chicago U, High)
second, 'Smart (La Grange) third,
"Henry (Detroit Eastern) fourth. Time,
-22 sec.
Half-mile run'-Mueller (Lewis In-
stitute) first, Nott (La Grange) sec-
ond, Wait (Bay City Western) third,
Forbes (Grand Rapids Central) fourth.
Time--2 mei. 5 sec.
Discus-Kimball (Muskegon) first,
Breitmeyer (Mt. Clemens) second,
Belknap (Grand Rapids Central) third,
Bennett (Plymouthi) fourth. Di stance
-105 ft.
Hammer throw-Kimball' (Muskea-
gon) first, Colley (Lewis Institute)
second, Miller (Lansing). third, Scott
(La Grange) fourth. Distance-1 52
ft. 1 in.
Broad jump-Landers, (Oregon)
first, Graham (Chicago U. high) se2-
ond, Smart (La Grange) third, Colley
(Lewis Institute) fourth. Distance--
21 ft. 9 in.
220-yard low' hurdles-Preliminar-
ies: 1st heat-Landers (Oregon) first,
Williams (Detroit Eastern) second.
Time-25 2-5 sec.
2nd heat-Fey (La Grange) first,
Weber (Detroit University School)
second. Time-26 3-5 sec.
3rd heat-Smart (La Grange) won.
Time-32 3-5 sec.
Finals-Smart (La Grange) first,
Fey (La Grange) second, Landers (Or-
egon) third, Williams (Detroit East-
ern) fourth. Time-25 1-5 sec.
Class A:
Half-mile relay-Lewis Institute
(Miller, Zerwer, Lamonde, Zoelli, first;
La Grange (Sweet, Nott, Fey, Smart)
second. No third and fourth award-
ed. Chicago University high and To-
ledo Scott high disqualified for not
touching off.
Class B :
100-yard dash-Thompson (Rock.-

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