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INTERCLASS TRAC NOTICE .
An interclass tracx meet will
be held Saturday morning under
the combined direction of Coach
Steve "Farrell and the intramur-
al office. All entries should be
made either at the intramural
office or at Ferry field.

Joyce (84).
W. Ingham (86).
H. Ingham (89).
. Gilchrist (78).

AT'S GOING ON

90) vs. F. Smith (95).
(99) vs. M. Barr (106).
102) vs. H. Weeks (99).
c (96j vs. R. Smart (94).
vs. L. Johnson (98).
104) vs. H. Heffner (107).
01) vs. J. Diekema (96).
(95) vs. A. Bumpus (93).
,hes must be played off
ht, May 28, and the re-
d on the tournament
ed on the bulletin board
3egular golf rules should
o in all the matches.
i the seventh and ninth
road on the second hole
dered hazards from the
ball may be removed
Lty.
U WINS FRATERNITY
BASEBALL CONTEST
nu triumphed over Beta
e fraternity indoor base-,
y a score of 6 to 5. The
ly contested throughout
the most part, very well
winner of this game
igma Kappa yesterday'
a place in the finals. /
of that match will com-
a. Psi for the campus
llowing the big leagues
A special wire enables
print the results every
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TUESDAY'
2:00-Senior engineer baseball

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4:00-Senior lit class, meets in room
101, Economics building.
4:05--3fichigan-Notre Dame baseball
game.
7:15-Veterans of Foreign Wars meet
in room 306 of the Unioni.
8:00 - Junior-senior engineer Camp
Davis smoker.
THURSDAY
7:15--Alpha Kappa Psi meets ini room
306 of the Union.
7:30-Union movies in Hill auditor-
ium.
U-NOTICES
All Donors' Book pages must be turn-
ed in at the Union desk before 1:30
o'clock today, as pages will be sent
to the bindery this afternoon.
The meeting of those interested in art
work for the Chimes next year will
be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
Chimes office on third floor of Un-
ion.
Tickets for the R.,0. T. C. banquet to
be held at 6:00 o'clock Saturday
evening in the Union are on sale in
the Union.

The district representative of the
Federal Vocational Education board
will be in room 301 of University
hall from 1 to 4 o'cocft Tuesday aft-
ernoon, to consult wards of the
board.
Mr. A. J. Stelter, representative of
the H. J. Heinz company, will be
at the Allenel hotel from, 8:30 to
6 o'clock Wednesday to confer with
students who desire to work for the
company in Michigan this summer.
Grunewald Original Creole Pralines
of New Orleans. Tices' Drig Store,
117 So. Main.-Adv.
Tuttle's
Lunches
Nunnally's
Candy
'Maynard St.

FLOWERS FLOWERING PLANTS
Cousins &Hal
Members Florists: Telegraph Delivery
Phone 115 1002 S. Univ.

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Palmers Gardenglo
Day Dream Toilet Water
Nary Garden Perfume
Djer Kiss Toilet Water
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tice.
4:05 - Michigan-California baseball
game on Ferry field.
4:30-PI Delta Epsilon initiation on
third floor of Union.
5:30-Pi Delta Epsilon dinner on third
floor of Union.
6:30-Ex-'18 engineer banquet at Un-
ion.
7:00-Union orchestra practice in
Union for movies Thursday.
7:00-Rehearsal of all Mandolin club
trip men in Lane hall.
7:1i-Dr. van Bemmelen lectures in
Natural Science auditorium on
"Java's Volcanoes and Scenery."
7:15- Mt. Clements club meets In
Union. Election of officers.
7:30-Joint meeting of men and wom-
en Cosmopolitan clubs in room 203,
University hall.
7:30-Prospective members of cam-
pus post of the American Legion
meet in Union.
7:30-Bay City club smoker in room
319 of the Union.
S:00-"Quin" Ryan lectures in Natur-
al Science auditorium on YInside the
Tribune."
. WEDNESDAY
7:10 A. M.-Senior pharmics leave on
D. U. R. car for inspection trip to
Parke, Davis and- company's factory
in Detroit.

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