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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FnI
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'or the remainder of
ar, and a fourth, who
ntarily, must appear
ary faculty before he
action was taken by

the faculty of the literary college at a
meeting held Wednesday afternoon in
University hall. The names of the
men suspended are Henry D. Ridgely,
'22, Donald M. Teal, '20, and Willis
M. Kelley, '22. The fourth man is Paul
Stimson, '20.

SENIORS ATTENTION
'ANTED :-Six men who will Kraduate; to sell a Post-graduate course of FEng-
rammar to school teachers. This position will pay from $t8oo to $3000 the
ear. It will be necessary to spend two months at our school studying the
you are to sell-also to take a course in salesmanship. There will be no
while taking this training, likewise, no charge. You are putting your time
t ours. Those who complete this training with a satisfactory degree of pro-
y will be taken into our regular sales force at a salary of $25 per week with a
on sales, payable semi-annually for the f.rst year. Those who show a marked
le in the work will be made State managers. Salary, $3000 to $5000 per year.
nly men who have made an exhaustive study of Grammar need apply. Men
ave already had selling' experience preferred. Write a detailed application,
four references, your English professor, two business men and one other.
i detailed account of your college activities, education, etc. It will be at least
eeks before you will be granted an interview so tell us at about what date you
be able to meet our representative at one of the Detroit hotels, should your
tion be favorably considered..
SENIORS, CARE OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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MAY 16th

Another - White -

Flannel

Trouser,

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are showing

a full line of

TUB-OF-WAR STARTS
SUPREMACY STRUGGLE
(Continued from Page One)
A. H. Reekie, N. Ives, W. C. Rice, W.
Spence.
Freshmen Middleweights
K. Quail, H. J. Potter, W. P. Lyons,
L. B. Levi, G. F. Kalmbach, E. D.
Flinterman, H. F. Mitchell, H. J. Shu-
mar, J. W. Page, D. C. Sutherland, B.
Mandle, A. H. Brodkey, L. D. Wright,
A. H. Baron, J. K. Bright, R. H. Mac-
Farland, E. 0. Shanker, M. A. Newton,
H. N. Rath, G. Cannon, K. H. Brit-
ters, G. O. Wallace, R. Patterson, G.
Clippert, M. J. McGregor, L. Leader,
H. V. Hoffman, W. K. Rindge, J. P.
Leach, R. French, R. Blakesley, R. A.
Sullivan, B. R. Chynoweth, W. H. Kla-
ger, E. B. Fountain, L. Offer, C. M.
Green, T Belknap, T. Sargent, H. Staf-
ford.
Fresh Heavyweights
D. D. Brittson, L. C. Lehmann, E.
C. Ackerman, H. L. Waha, G. M. Cam-
eron, R. D. Rogers, C. E. Carlson, F.
T. Cyscz, W. E. Gordon, R. J. Dunne,
K. J. Rankin, A. F. Messner, R. E.
Hamilton, C. J. Schmidt, J. A. Bern-
stein, M. C. Seager, L. H. Treat, M. D.
Jones, W. Gilbert, C. C. Eads, E. C.
Miller, S. Danto, E. H. Yost, E. R.
Dotterweich, S. E. Allman, B. F. Ker-
wan, C. K. Shozensky, M. E. Parshall,
L. H. Gunsburg, M. Baird, M. D.
Moersch, J. C. McCandless, H. H.
Akers, D. S. Ellerthorpe, E. G. Brad-
ley, F. Steketee, G. R. Darling, F. T.
Warmington, O. R. Beattie, J. C. Lane.
SOPHOMORE ENTRIES
Lightweights
L. A. Verduin, J. Schwartzberg, G.
Deletto, W. H. Gridley, J. Freidman,
L. G. Lukins, M. Waldhorn, L. H. Koh-
ler, A. Ruzewick, C. R. Enders, C. E.
Hammond, R. E. Lynch, J. A. Stewart,
J. C. McCalmont, W. F. Desmond, J.
A. Spence, W. H. Messinger, R. Cor-
win, H. S. Phillips, J. N. Landis, C. W.
Richmond, C. S. Warner, H. L Ziegen-
bein, J. Neuss, L. R. Garman, W. A.
DelValle, E. E., Bortell, W. J. Skang,
H. G. Griffith, .C. M. Drake, H. .
Sherman, W. P. Connell, F. J. P fluke,
F. A. Wills, D. Q. Harris, C. W. Carl-
son, P. Roderick, E. Friedman, L. E.
Smith, F. R. Storrer.
Soph Middleweights
A. Kerlekowski, A. H. Arndts, J.
Boice, H. Browne, J. P. Winchell, F.
P. Roser, H. D. Thorn, R. J. Marshall,
W. Schmidt, H. G. Salter, A. F. Neef
A. 0. Cuthbert, V. L. Hart, R. C. Buell,
P. W. Schnorbach, J. H. Pelkington,
E. H. Potthoff, L. B. Smith, J. M.
Donaldson, T. R. Gustafson, J. S.
Thomas, P. E. Krause, E. B. Ayers, A.
C. Jacobs, F. I. Nolan, E. H. Juers,
F. H. Stritmatter, H Broock, R. B.
Werrey, W. F. Hill, H. Herman, C. W.
Auer, E. A. Biafald, F. G. Christain,
T. A. Gross, H. N. Gotschall, R. B.
Shurts, T. D. Lumby, E. Miles, G. T.
Waggoner.
Sophonmore Heavies
J. B. Bond, L. J. Scott, L. H.
Phelps, R. W. Kneebone, H. L. Stern,
V. H. Frank, S. S. Hawkes, G. D. Ken-
nedy, F. B. Jarzembowski, S. H. Cross-
jand, J. F.'Sander, A. E. Pierpont, E.
S. Kingsford, W. F. Poorman, T. A.
Timchac, L. C. Paisley, H. Stark, H.
Velleman, C. L. McCallum, T. M.
Woodruff, H. B. Marshall, G. Smiley,
M. VonWagoner, H. Lee, E. Rood, D.
C. Shelton, R. W. Smith, V. D. Rob-
ertson, B. F. Adams, E. A. Krueger, J.
Schlemer, T. M. Bigelow, E. A. Suits,
J. F. Ross, P. McLouth, J. F. Hard-
ing, H. N. Gotshall, T. J. Whinery,
E. Kerby, 1I. G. McNamee.
Use the Dany to reach the students.
Four thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.

WOMEN'S INTEROLASS
BALL TEAM SELECTED1
FIRST AND SECOND LINEUPS FOR+
ALL CLASSES ANNOUNCED
BY MISS WOO)
Women's interclass baseball will be-
gin next week. Miss Wood announc-
es that the following girls have made
the first and second class teams:
Seniors-Emily Loman, P., Lucille
Duff, C., Olive Wiggings, S.S., Emma
Riggs, lb., Jane Duemling, 2b., Hel-
en Davis 3b., Priscilla Butler, R. F.,
Mary Morse, L. F., Eliza Harris, C. F.
Substitutes-Selma Giertz, Katherine
Johnson, Ruth Kirk, 1farcia Pinker-
ton, Ella Rasmussen.
Juniors-Laura Peacock, P., Lucy
French, C., Anne Kirkpatrick, 1b.,
Grace Hall, 2b., Sue Verlenden, 3b.,
Ruth Abbott, S. S., Clara Tubbs, R. F.,
Constance Hopkin, L. F., Elsie Erley,
C. F. Substitutes - Roberta Dean,
Lucy Huffman, Ruth Jennings, Marie
Thorpe, Dorothy Jones, Marjorie Van
Norman.
Sophomores - Margaret Rottschae-
fer, P., Alice Beckam, C., Alice Hink-
son, lb., Helen Koch, 2b., Cornelia
Clark, 3b. Phyllis Wiley, S. S., Ka-
trina Schermerhorn, R. F., Ernestine
Hall, L. F., Quinnith Summers, C. F.
Second Team-Pauline' Itner, P., Dor-
othy Fink, C., Martha Seeley, lb.,
Beatrice Beckwith, 2b., Bernice Bush,
3b., Lois Defries, S. S., Doris. Gracey,
R. F., Helen Kolb, L. F., Dorothy Dun-
lap, C. F.
Freshmen-Helen Bishop, P., Elean-
or Stevenson, C., Elsie Townsend, lb.,
Frances Weimar, 2b., Gertrude Boggs,
3b., Bertral Summers, S. S., Teckla
Roese, R. F., Elise Smith, L. F., Re-
becca Condon, C. F Second Team-
Helen McIntosh, P. Stella Brunt, C.,
Geneva Bacon, lb., Florence Freeman,
2b., Caroline Napier, 3b., Elizabeth
Phillips, S. S., Caroline Myll, R. F.,
Aileen Becker, L. F., Margaret Van
Sickle, C. F.

AUTOMOBILE STORAGE
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH
We have a new three story building where, if requested,
cars can be removed from the first floor. This is the maximum
insurance against their being molested or bumped into by the
usual garage traffic.
UNITED STATES TIRES LUBRICATING OILS
STAEBLER G SONS
Service Station 209-211 S. Ashley Phone 686
REO OAKLAND DORT AUTOMOBILES

Telephone Murray Hill 8800

Barker Made Refining Superintendent
Ralph F. Barker, '10E, of Ann Ar-
bor, has been appointed general sup-
erintendent of the Tacoma. Washing-
ton, plant of the American Smelting
and Refining company. He has been
connected with this firm for some time.
TheStudents patronize The Daily
advertiser.-Adv.

ESTABLISHED ,181
C TH IN
MADISON AVENUE CON. FORTY.FOURTH STREET
NEW YORK

We have been obliged to cancel all further
visits of our representatives
previously announced for this Spring
We shall, however, be glad
to be of service to purchasers in our
New York Store

Those who advertise in The Mich-
Igan Daily cater to ALL Michigan
students.-Adv.
See the New Cigarette Cases
AT THE
CITY CIGAR STORE

1 10 E. HURON ST.

Tinker & Company
Clothiers. Furnishers and Hatters
342 S. State St., at William St.

11

WHAT'S GOING ON

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BOSTON SALES-OFFICES
TREMONT COR. BOYLSTON STEETR

NEWPORT SALES-OFFICES
220 BELLEVUE AvENua

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You can't think of "delicious'. or
"refreshing" without thinking of Coca-
Cola.
You can't drink Coca-Cola without
being delighted and refreshed.
The taste is the test of Coca-Cola quality-so
clearly distinguishes it from imitations that you
cannot be deceived.
Demand the, genuine by full name
-nicknames encourage substitution.
THE COCA-COLA CO,
ATLANTA, GA.

TOPAY
2:30-Third May Festival concert in
Hill auditorium.
4:00-- Tug-of-war near Wall street
bridge.
8:00-Fourth May Festival concert in
Hill auditorium.
9:00-Fresh lit Frolic in Barbour gym-
nasium.
9:00-Freshman engineer dance at the
Armory.
TOMORROW
10:00-Class games at Ferry field.
2:30-Fifth May Festival concert in
Hill auditorium.
7:30-Movies at the Methodist church,
Mary Pickford in "The little Am-
erican.".
8:00-Sixth May Festival concert in
Hill auditorium.
U-NOTICES]
Any campus organizations or others
who have any editorial material for
the 1920 Michigan Handbook should
send it immediately to G. G. Whit-
ney, editor, at ILane hall.
All junior engineers are urged to pay
their class dues as soon as possible
to the class treasurer, that their ac-
counts may be settled before Com-
mencement time
Science has proved that newspaper
advertising pays best. You can reach
all the students and faculty through
The Daily.-Adv.

With the
~LComing oe
come these delightful Summer Hats,
featuring wide and airy brims as
well .as narrow and denmure ones

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Dana Richardson

115 E. Liberty

Phone 1266-J

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VICTORY COMMEMORATIVE -MAY FESTIVAL

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 16
2:30 O'CLOCK
SOLOISTS
MR. OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Pianist
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MR. FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 16
8:00 O'CLOCK
SOLOISTS
MME. LOUISE HOMER, Contralto
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 17
2:30 O'CLOCK
ORGAN RECITAL
MR. CHARLES M. COURBOIN, Organist

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 17
8:00 O'CLOCK
"FAUST" ............................... Gounod

FERNANDO CARPI

ANNA FITZIU

ANDRES DE SEGUROLA
EMILIO DE GOGORZA
MINERVA KOMENARSKI
ROBERT R. DIETERLE
THE CHORAL UNION

CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MR. ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductor
MR. EARL V. MOORE, Organist

COURSE TICKETS-$4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00;Single Concerts, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
On Sale at Hill Auditorium.

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Ignition Systems.

Washtenaw Electric Shop
THE SHOP OF QUALITY
200 E. Washington St. Phone 273

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