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and started practice for the Confer-
ence meet which is to be held here onh
the fourth and fifth of June. With, Cap-
tain Johnson out of it little hope of
victory is held forth, but, should he
by any chance be able to compete, the
[EN prospects of a Michigan win will be
considerably brightened.

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TENNIS TEAM IN
EASTERN STATES

MANY ENTRIES IN FOR
CLASS TENNIS TOURNEY
Fifty-two entries have been received
for the campus tennis tournament, to
be run off by the Intramural athletic
department this week.
Some additional entries may be
made and will be announced in Fri-
day's Daily.
Junior engineers: Fisher vs. Shirk;
Kennedy vs. White; Bumpus vs. Dav-
is; Freenran bye.
Sophomore engineers: Stuart vs.
Acklerman. Freshman engineers : San,

YESTERDAY'S.

AMERICAN
Cleveland 5, New York 0.
Detroit 4, Philadelphia 7.
Chicago 2, Boston 3.

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age anl
benefit

GAMESI

_'NATIONAL
New York 17, Chicago 2.
Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 6.
Boston 1, Pittsburgh 2.
Tweeds, ,unfinished worsted and
Broadcloth caps, this week only, for
$2.00, $2.75, and $3.75. Davis Toggery
Shop. 119 S. Main St.-Adt.-

Everythin for painting is carried
here in ample quantity to supply the
demand. If it's for painting; it's here.
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.
Flying daily at Carpenter's Crossing,
Packard Road. Take Ypsi car. Call
236.-Adv.
Star Polo Shirts with collars that
fit. $3.00 upwards. Wild & Co., 311 S.
State St.-.Adv. x
One Buck sayed by buying a cap at
Davis Toggery- Shop this week.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertiser.-Adv.

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ter meet of
on by In-
on the aft-
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ng will be
noon's con-
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turn out,
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16 o'clock.

r Michigan's tennis team left on the
spring eastern trip Wednesday night.
Cornell will be the first opponent, the
men playing at Ithaca this afternoon.
The probable lineup is, Wesbrook (M).
vs. Reid (C); Munz (M) vs. Holt (C);1
Reindel (M) vs. Mallery (C); Angell!
(M) vs. Cassidy (C). In the doubles
Wesbrook and Munz will probably face
Reid and Holt, while Angell and Rein-
del will play Mallery and 'Cassidy.
The men now on the squad, bnt leftj
here will play a series of eliminationb1
to determine toe two other members
of the Varsity team. These matches
must be played this week end. Worces-'
ter will-play Borinstein, Kelsey, Mer-
kel, arid Truss. Merkel will play Bor-
instein, Kelsey and Truss. Borin-
stein will play Kelsey and Truss. Kel-,I,
sey will play Trus's.
In choosing wall paper we will
gladly help you to see that it harmon-
izes with the color scheme of your
home. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.

chez vs. Clark; Hayes bye.vy e~race
Graduates: Cole vs. Seifert; Ketch- Rightti tr n rw ms therace.
um vs. Cahow.
Junior laws: Zimmerman vs. Chris- a a1
tie.
Junior dents: Dyason bye.; Dixon's
Senior literary: Friedman vs. Bur- hat' Eldorado is
ley; Hatch vs. S]an. Junior literary: th hieo
Wilson vs. Bassett; Hertel vs. Moel- the choice of
ler; Hulbert bye. Sophomore literary: the world's greatest
Clippert vs. Lott; Nowlen vs. Gustus; cinders. eet
Antwerp vs. Lamport; H. Weinbergs tb
vs. Kolb; S. L. Weinberg vs. Matsuda.!ou s now.
Freshman literary: V. Kline vs. Mc ___ __
Arthur; Harbert vs. Randall; Lich-
tenberg vs. Wagner; Adams vs. Hoven- Mae fn1 eads,
den; Luce vs. Stevens; Zgmon vs. Mc- need or pref-
Duffey; Gregory vs. Levy. .erence.
Fraternity Hat Bands--Wild & Co.,
311 S. State St.-Adv.*0MAW'da"'IZfP

MARLEY 219 IN.
DEVON 2 IN.
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CLETTT PEABODY & CO.INC.TROYiN
READY TO SERVE
AT ONCE
From 11 a. m. to I p. m.
and
From 5 p. m. to 7 p. m.
POT OF HOT TEA
AND
A BOWL OF RICE
WITH
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35c
Chinese and American
Stele Short Orders
home-made and Bakery Rolh
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Spring Hose
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$1.50 values $1.00
$2.00 valuees $1.50
$2.50 values $2.09
$3.00 values $2.50

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