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VICTORY LOAN BO DS
$4.00 per week will purchase a $100.00: Bond
$2.00 per week will purchase a $50.00 Bond
we, will be very glad to carry them for you

WADHAMS AND CO.
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Member of. the Federal 'Reserve'
TO SENIORS:
Order your engraved calling cards now and avoid, the
last minute rush.
100 engraved cards and plate $2.00 to $4.7V
Printing from your plate $1.25 per hundred

To The

Arcade Jewelry Shop

CARL F. BAY,

Suits

Riding Breeches

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where you,

A Few Good Law Books for Review
Owen's Law Quizzer, 27 Subjects. Willis on Contracts.
Whitmpan's Law Quizzer, 22 Subj's.' Anson on Contracts.
Wald's Pollock on Contracts Tiffany Real f roperty
Marshall on Corporations

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,NOTBAE DAME BALL TEAMK WILL
PLAY WO4LVEIWES TODAY
(Continued fromn Page Three)
blemished one, for both Illinois and
M. A. C. have taken the Catholic team
into camp., Yet both contests were
played early in the season. Siuc6
these, Notre Dame has recorded a
'win from Iowa by a score of A-4. In
Michigan's first contest with the west-
ern bunch, they managed to register a
counter.
A regular workout' was given the

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LOST
,OST- Lady's black leather purse
containing about $29.00 near. Pack-
ard and State Sts., on May 22. Lib-
eral reward to finder. Mrs. R., Frank,
715 Arbor St. 932-J.

OST-A gold and platinum bar
set with pearls and sapphires.
tern to D. M., 718 Tappan Rd.
ward.

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ZSTLeather note-book with notes
for this semester.. Please return to
1408 Washtonaw Ave.
70O9 SALIC
'OR SALE -- Student furniture for
three room fat. One Morris sailing
canoe fully equipped. Will sell rea-
sonable. Call 625 E. Liberty St.
Door I.

WAiTIP
WANTED- Competent Cook wishes
position- for coming year of school;
can take full charge; best of re-
ference. Write for appointment,
Mrs. J. Haller, 967 Greenwood Ave.
City.V
W, ANTED-Experienced porter. Ap-
721 S. State.
WA-'N TE-Four modern light-house-
keeping rooms ,furnished Call 984-M
in tW,- forenoon,
KISCELLANEO1JS
ATTENTION STUDENTS-- Before
deciding what you will do this sum-
sum, interview us. Gooe wages as-
sured.; Addoress Fuller, carie Daily.
WANTD- The Michigan Daily will
gratify all your wants. Youe a
reach everyone through this oelan.

Varsity yesterday, preparatory to the
contest of today. The coach sent his
men against a series of freshmen
southpaws that they might get the ire-
,quired practice before meeting the left
banded pitcher this afternoon. From
present indIpatlons, the Wolverine
sluggers will find no trouble in locat-
ing the curves of the Catholic south-
paw.
Bunting PMases Coach
Coach Lundgren pronounced himself
highly pleased with the expert bunting
of the Michigan batsmen during the
Purdue contest. He is of the opinion
that his squad of baseball players are
rapidly becoming proficient in the art
of placing the ball wherever they de-
sire.
Parks will be reserved for the Illi-
nois game, and Glenn will be held for
the contest with Ohio State. Sheidler
will pitch the entire contest this aft-
$rmoon.
Lineup Today
The lineup for today's game: Michi-
gan, Knode, ss; Cooper, If; Bowerman,
rf; Garrett, 2b; Karpus, 3b; Froemke.
lb; Langenhan, 8f; Huber, c; Scheid-
ler, p.
Notre Dame, Miles, ss; Schofield, It;
Cojoes, rf; Sjoberg, 2b; Mohandt, 3b;
Bahan, lb; Bared,' cf; Wrape, c; Mour-
ray, p.
*Airplanes Feed Starring Delegates
London, May 27.-When the Allied
Armistice Commission first arrived at
Spa, its headquarters in Germany,
says the Westminster Gazette, there
was not enough food and a wireless
S. 0. S. was sent to the Royal Air
Force for help. A squadront of air-
Mpanes was equipped with parachutes
each having a ration bag attachment $
with bully beef, bread and other food-

FRENCH FACULTY
INCLUDES TALAMO>4
Word has been reecived from Prof.
Rene Talamon that he will return
from France to act as professor of ro-
mance languages in that department
of the 'summer session. Professor
Talamon, who was in France on his
honeymoon when the war broke out,
has seen much service in the French
army, having been twice wounded.
Ample instruction will be provided
in French, Italian,, and Spanish in the
summer. session this year. Of partic-
ular note is the course in Russian ele-
mentary which Prof. Clarence -Meader
will present.
Courses in French will include ele-
mentary French (two courses), French
of the second semester, second year
French, modern prose, jcomposition,
conversation, advanced composition,
contemporary France the non,-dra-
matic poetry of Victor Hugo ,teacher's
course, and introduction to old French
literature.
Elementary Spanish, Spanish of the
second semester, second year Spanish
(two courses), advanced practical
Spanish, Latin-American relations,
Don Quixote will comprise the courses
off ered in Spanish.
A course in elementary Italian will
also be obtainable.
The faculty will consist of Profs.
A. Q. Canfield, H. A. Thieme A. S.
.McLaughlin ,and 'Instructors Jose M.
Hernandez, Julio del Toro, Michael
Pargment, and Stephen Scatori.
Science has proved that newspaper
advertising pays best. You can reach
all the students and faculty through
The Daily.--Adv.

The Maki*ngof'
a Soldier1
..aStaged by George Herbert in A Prologue and 3 Acts
100 SOLDIERS '100-in the Cast
SONGS, DANCES, COMEDY GALORE.
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50-No war tax-:Seats Friday

ONE NIGHT
ONLY

FRIDAY, MAY 30th,

.'.Whitney Theatre.'.

By Direction
MAJOR GENERAL W. G. HAAN
Commandant Camp Custer
10 INF. BAND-40 MUSICIANS-40

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GERMAN PLUNDERERS MARXE
RAID UPON POTATO FARM
Berlin, May 27. - A small army of
1,000 organized plunderers recently
made a raid upon a huge, potato farm
not far from Stettin, forced the em-
ployes of the farm to help them trans-

port its products to the railroad BWa
tion and compelled the terrified rail-.
road oftiials to order a special train
on which they carried their plunder in-
to Stettin and sold it. The farm own-
era have appealed to the German
General Assembly at Weimar tobun-

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