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J-LIT TRACK TrEAMT
Candidates for" the junior fit
track team, to be entered Sat-
urday in the interclass track
meet at Ferry field are Ireqifested
to sign' up at the club house at
Ferry field or to communicate
j with Philip Foley, '21, 2220, the
Iclass manager, as soon as pos-
sible.
______________________________
MICHIGAN IDOWNS
NO3TRE DAME 54

E ON THE
FIELD EVENTS
)Ofl Ohio State
for the approv-
husiastic crowd
that has ever
prepenting ,the
er or' not Coach
ggatlon of Wol-
ter defeat is
Witness the re-
dent which the
eir own.

Competition Keen
.in.Class Tennis
Class tennis matches are. progress-
ing rapidly and the first few rounds
will all be played off before the ehd
of this week. .The following results in
the second round have just been re-
ported:
Senior fits-Burley vs. Hatch, won
by Burley, 8-6, 6-1,; Grads-Cole vs.
Ketchum, won by Cole, 6-1, 6-2. Soph
fits-Gustus vs. Clippert, won by Gus-
tus, 6-3, 6-0; Brown vs. Matsuda, won
by Brown, .1-6, 64, 6-0; Lewis vs.
Hiller, won by Lewis, 4-6G,.8-6, 6-0.
Fresh fits'-Christie vs. Randall,
won. by Christie, 6-3, 6-0; Zemon vs.
Luce, won by Zenon, 6-3, 4-6, 6-2;E
La nce vs. Levy, won by Lance, 6-1,
6-4. Soph engineers-Jeromne vs.
Ackerman, won by Jerome, 8-6, 2-6,
6-0; Fresh engineers-Sanchez vs.
Hayes,, won by Sanchez, 6-2, 6-2,
The following mnatched in the see-
ond. round muse be played and report-

ed immediately:" Fresh lits-Wagner
vs. Seymour, 343; Zemon, 2712-J vs.
Lance, 231; Bennett, 284 vs." McAr-
thur, 746-R1. Soph fits-Gustus, 392-W
vs. Brown, 2420-J; Lamport, 2712-J vs.
Kolb, 2184.-Rl Lewis, 220-R, vs. Ward,
.1600-W. Junior lies--Wilson, 1855 vs.
Bassett, 374; Hertel, 1359-W vs. Moel-
ler, 63; Hess, 783 vs. Barnes, 2738.
Senior engineers-Huggett, 941-1
vs. White, 2057-J; Zimmerman, 2085'-M
vs. Dyason, 775-J. Junior engineers-
Shirk,. 374 vs. Kennedy, 2175;~ Bump-
us, 120 vs. Davis, 1602-W. Soph eng-
lneers-Wasson; 396 vs. Ackerman,
1147-M.
Since the schedule for the following
rounds cannot be announced: unti~l
these results are in, it is -urged that
all men report matches as soon as
they have been played off.
A special wire brings the results of
all the games to The Daily. You can
gfind them there every morning.-Adv.
The Daily's specialty is service to
Ivervone.-Adv.

SEN IORS

A special wire brings the results ofI Fine 'Straw. Hats. Wild & 0
all the }games to The Daily. You can i S. State St.-Adv.
find them there every morning.-Adv.
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Patronis, oauk AovertRiers--Adv. 311 S. State St.-Adv.

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1e 100 and 220 yard dashes will
ree men of exceptional ability.
among these is Moorhead, who
een doing 10 fiat consistently in
ormer and has been knockjing
.e longer distance in 22. Hande
,ock are his aible supporters and
s credited with equalling Moor-
mark in the 100 and approach-
in the 220. Moorhead does not
the field of his abilities to the
s. Ever since his days at Scott
chool, Toledo, he has cherished
bition to become a world beater
high jump. That his ambition
een close to realization is evinc-
the fact that at the Illinois re- r
h.e tied with Carl Johnson for.
honors and in th~e Coniference
at Efvanston he defeated the fain-
Wolverine captain. Perchance
will be able to find opportunity
venge in Saturday's events.
rdsley will find }rivals. worthy of
el in the hurdles, When he will
te with Dili and Pollman. Blotlh
ye hurdlers of the highest grade
.re credited with marks of 16y
,q seconds for the 100 and 220
hurdles, reshectivediy. If they
ven approach thosqe marks in the
g' meet the Wolverine Hurdlers~
lave to* step to beat them.
Fe~rguson Ini T-vvo Iacees
he distanes the Ohio team has
ery reliable men. Ferguson is
aularly to be watched. as his
of 4":30 in the mile is apt, if
ed, to mean a Buckeeye victory
,t event. TO~ other man who is
Brous is Todd.
guson's nae;4444appears
g the .O yard men where he is
panied by the Ohio captain,
Gilder. In the 440 Butler and
;j will be, opposed by Pettingar,
3mark of 52 seconds the former
d be able to eclipse, ' 4uckt.
ova ps t cops in the 'field
, particularly the pole vault and
,and they are only fair ir} the
n and shot. There will be no,
tr throw, as Ohio is unable tg
Interelass Xcet
tut 75 men have now signed up
eo interclass track meet which is
art at 10 o'clock Saturday morn-
Entries ' seem "to favor the half
and 440, there leing, about 20 in
Of these. " In the other ~eents
is still plenty of rgoni for cr1

Totals... ...1 5
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COLLEGE MEN FOR SUMMER WORK'
WE GUARAIFITEE MINIMUM OF $420
FOR '60 DAYS WORK
POSITIONS OPEN IN EVERY. STATE

FRIDAY, JUNE 4th
HILL AUDITORIUM 50c

Totals......2
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4Ilichigan 1 *.0 0 1

Sumniar
Home runs, IKnode,. Three base hit,
Connor. . tolen bases, lKirch, FPIjn
,ke. Dpuble play, Kir-ch, Froe~kq,,
Karpus, F'rqenke. Struc4 out, 44cw
ka 7, M~olbardt 7. Bas on 'aball; Ruzjc=
ka 7, Moharolt 4. Hiit by pitcher, Iis
zicka 2. Wild pitch, Ruzielia, Mo..l
hardt. ]passed ball, Jroeprke, Sa~ri-
flce hits, Donovgn, Prokop, CulB ;lm
Worry Your Head O~f
IfY uW n-o'but if you're W~p,- you'll forgot all
your wo rks After school hours.
Sh# , o ffygr tr'oublels when the whistle
blows and you shut u~p your desk for the
day. C'Ome to HUSTON BROS. and playf
a fewv games of billiards.
No gameover invented gives more pleas-
ure and nothing is more restful than an
houir or so spent over a billiard table.
HUSTOuNBRS
Biliards and Bowling, Cigars.
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipea,
"We try to treat you fit'

APPLY $35 M. JEFFERSON
CALL 1716 R.

THURSDAY 1--6 P. M.

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PURE, WOOL FABRICS IN ALL COLORS
Those who are skeptical should carme and be convinced that CORBETT alway
does as his advertisements state

the Ohio State meet will
ly at 1:4~5 o'clock and
ved by the b~aseball game
at 4 o'clock.

NEW JUNE REC-
ORDS NOW IN
Who Mly lBaby Smiles
At Me" played by Ted
Lewis' Famous J a. Z Z
Band.

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-Sraw Hats.
-Furnishings
Underwear

We regret our inability to wait upon the crowds who came to
the store Saturday, to purchase. Additional c 1l'e r k s will be
provided f or Saturday but it will. be to y o u r advantage to
com e earlier in the week before 'the Saturday ~rush is on.

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Wonderful Kid1From jiadrd"

by Al Jol-

It Pays to Pay. Cash at

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eral other numbers which w e know you
been waiting for

--Hosiery

Tom

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