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RINES

One

A STAR
JESDAY

ifternoon Mich-I

'st meeting of the
son. Iowa is at
ous contender the
the race for the
'ned two victories
with Purdue and
r of games with
rines have two
nd have a victory
e initial game of
has not yet been
esults ,it appears
e strong and that
1 brfing into play
e of the west.
ay Oppose
ild present sever-
Captain Hamilton
awkeyes and it is
e will be opposed
These two men
it by critics as the
ers in the Confer-
lthletics this year,
e to the addition
re. Ashmore is a
i of Lundgren, but
st timne these men
together as rival

Ruzicka, pitcher; Weadock and
Froemke, utility. Anderson, Detroit,
umpire.
Sports Writer
To Speak Here
The Evan Stone of the Chicago'
Tfibune sports page, will appear in.
Ann Arbor Tuesday in the person of
Quin Ryan, *who is to lecture at 8
o'clock that evening. in Natural'Sci-
ence auditorium under the auspices
of Pi 'Delta Epsilon. Mr. Ryan is
considered somewhat of an authority
on college football and general qon-
ference athletics. He is assistant to
Walter Eckersall.
In addition to being a sports writet
er of considerable reputati6n, Mr.
Ryan is somewhat' of a poet. His
contibutions to B. L. T.'s Lin o' Type
column appear almost daily. One of
them, particularly apropps at this sea-
son, is reprinted below:
Robbin' Dolbin
Gone like a golf ball in the rough,
Like the open cars and rowdy suff,
Like a post-card rack and.' pies of
Maw's,
Where are those equine summer
i strawst?
TENNIS MEN PLAY
AT JNION COLLEGE
Michigan's Varsity tennIs team, led
by Capt. Walter Wesbrook, will invade
Schenectady today for a match with
Union college. This will be the final
contest of the three day's tour in the
east. Wesbrook will play number one
as usual with the other men in their
regular order. In the doubles Munz-
will work with. the Wolverine leader
and Angell and Reindel will play to-'
gether.
In the absence of the Varsity other
candidates for the team have been
playing match games on the. cement
court at Ferry field. The squad from
now on will be composed of six men
and the additional players will be
selected from this group/
In choosing wall paper we xvill
gladly help you to see that it harmon-
izes with the color scheme of your
home. C. H. Major & Co.--Adv..
Page and Shaw Candies of Boston.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv
One Buck saved by buying a cap at
Davis Toggery Shop this week.-Adv.

INRALSPLAY PONTIAC
Soccer Players Should Be at Delta at
6:45 0'clock This Morning
The following men are requested to
be at Delta at 6:45 o'clock this morn-
ing: Merry, Dsai, Daucis, Sanchez, C.
Orris, J. Orris, G. Dyason, C. Dyason,
Samuels, Zangermuelen, Snyder and
Ringer.
TENNIS SCHEDULE
FOR GAMES TODAY
The entry list for the interclass ten-
nis tournament has reached the high
total of 85 names. Most of these games
were announced Thursday but a few
more matches are scheduled as fol-
lows:
Senior engineers: Huggett, 941-J vs.
White, 2057-J; junior engineers: Fish-
er vs. Shirk, Kennedy, 2175, vs. Free-
man, 118-R, Bumpus, 120 vs. Davis,
1602-W; soph engineers: Batty, 1016,
vs. Jerome, 1583-J, Stewart, 1689-3,
vs. Ackerman, 1147-M, Wasson, bye;
fresh engineers: Sanchez, 2280-M, vs.
Clark, 2384-J, Hayes, 1317-J, vs.
Heath, 941-J; junior laws: Zimmer-
man, bye.
Senior lits: Friedman, 1851-M, vs.
Burley, 1611-M,: Hatch, 849-W, vs.
Skau, 299-R, Gorrin, bye; junior lits:
Hulbert, 1617-W, vs. Hess, 783;
Barnes, 2738, bye; soph lits: Randall,
355, vs. Woebbeking, 1199-W, Heller,
1199-W, vs. Lewis, 220-R, Frank, 1199-
W, vs. Brown, 2420-J, Ward, 1400-W,
vs. Kelsey, 1644-M, Waggoner, bye;
fresh lits: Bennett, 284, vs. Evano,
255, Creedon, 1767-J, vs. Seymour, Pot-
ter, 990-J, vs. Lance, 231, Christie,
1145-J, vs. Hopp,,69-J.
All of the matches which were an-
nounced in Thursday's Daily must be
played off before tonight. The match-
es which. were announced for the first
tiem today will have until Monday
night. All reports should be telephon-
ed to or left at the Intramural office as
soon as possible after the matches
have been played.
Everything 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.
Grunewald Original Creole Pralines
of New Orleans. Tices' Drug Store,
117 So. Main.-Adv. ,

ALL-LAWS DEFEAT
SENIORS, 3 TO

YESTERDAY'S

GAMES

AMERICAN
Chicago, 11; Washington, 9.
Detroit, 3; Boston, 8.
St. Louis-New York, no game.
Cleveland, 9; Philadelphia, 4.'
NATIONAL
Boston, 0; Pittsburgh, 9.
Brooklyn, 3; Cincinnati, 0.
New York, 2; Chicago, 1.
Philadelphia, 1; St. Louis, 3.
Flying daily at Carpenter's Crossing,
Packard Road., Take Ypsi car. Call
236.-AdV.
De Klyn's Candies of Cleveland.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv.
AN ARBOR CHOP SUE!
jExcellent CHOP SUEY from
11:80 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 814 5. State

The All-law defeated the Senior lits
in a hotly contested game on Southl
Ferry field, the score being 5 to 3.
King and: Cohn displayed the best form
during the game. King's catch is
among the best ever seen on the Fer-
ry field diamond.

5

Star Polo Shirts with collars that
fit. $3.00 upwards. Wild & Co., 311 S.
State St.--Adv.°.
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER
AND OPTOMETRIST
113 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Lunches
Nurnally's
Candy
Maynard St.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
Resources, $4,750,000.00
Northwest Corner Main & Huron
707 North Universiy Avenue

Flying daily at Carpenter'
Packard Road. Take Ypsi
236.-Adv.

"THERE'S NOTHING TO DO,
IN THIS OLE TOWN"
Have you ever said that, whe
you're tired of the movies, an
your best girl is out of town
and you feel sort of "unneces
sary?"
Just note the address at th
bottom of this advertisemen
and drop in here "just to 100
around" and watch the player
You'll soon find a partner fo
a game of "rotation". o
"straight" and forget all abot
your lonesomeness.
This is a clean, decent plac
one which you'll enjoy visitin
regularly. Come in today.
HUSTON BROS
Billiards and Bowling, Cigai
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipe
"We try to treat you Right"

FOUW DAYS
STARTING NEXT SUNDAY
D. W. G IFFITH'S

Iowa this
selected to
California
st Mi6higan
noon. With
he Wolver-
y period.
rnoon are:
dward, 1b;
or pitcher;
Crary, 2b-;
an-Knode,
VanBoven,
enebach, c;
;' Parks'or
Wild & Co.,

66he

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WITH

Damncer

CLABINE SEYMOUR & RICHARD DARTHELI

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THE QUALITY OF
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A LOVE STORY
Of the Glistening Isles of the So
- Seas
SPECIAL ENGAGEME
'UKE'S HAWAIIAN QUARTET
In their Native Songs and Dane
PRICES EVENINGS

been carefully maintained for thirty-five years. The
NOR TRADEMARK is your protection and assures
of a deliciously wholesome ptoduct that contains the
est food value.

Bargsin Week

Prquet .50
Balo ... 35
Children nder 12
yrs of age- -.20c.

Day:

Matinees.

Parquet 50
Balcony .30
Children 10

y . F

p

ASIVFOR IT

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SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRP
AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
Shows start sunday 1:30-a:oo-4:3o-7:8
8:30

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AT YOUR FAVORITE FOUNTAIN

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We will carry pasaengers every
afternoon and week end
, until June 15th

WE HAVE
Airplanes (in Ann Arbor
FORS
Passenger Service

Landing Field
Carpenters Crossing
Packard Road
Take Ypsilanti Car

12.50

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$12

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Phone 236

MICH. AERIAL ADV. CO., INC.

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