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May 28, 1920 - Image 6

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kyle baseball
field.
track meet on

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ing year but he did not announce any
appointments.
P. A. Shinkman, '22L, managing ed-
itor of the Wolveone did not make
any appointments to the editorial
staff of that -publication but H. D.
Whiting, '21, the business manager,
made the following, appointments to
the business staff:
Advertising and publication, J.
Rawlings, '22 circulation and .ac-
counts, R. -Drake, '21; assistants, R.
G. Burchell, '23 C. M. Greenway, '23,
V. F. Hillery, '23, and Brown.
Union Movie Pleases Large Audience,
Vaudeville, orchestration, and mov-
ies made the Union movie, held in Hill
auditorium last night, a great success.
From the shouts of "coats" till "The
End" was flashed on the screen the
audience made up of students and loc-
al people were highly entertained for
three hours.
Senior Engineer Banquet Cancelled
The senior engineer banquet, which
was announced for Friday night at 6
o'clock at the Union, has been can-
celled.

teChicago, May 27. -- The following
telegram was received last night re-
garding the first day of the Confer-
ence tennis meet:
Four left in singles, Wesbrook beat
Golan, Northwestern, 6-4, 6-1, Wes-
brook beat Drorby, Wisconsin, -6-2, 6-
2, Wesbrook beat Wirthwein, Ohio,
6-2, 6-1, Munz beat Grove, Northwest-
ern, 6-3, 6-3. Bastian, Indiana, beat
Munz, 6-3, 7-5. Angell beat Fanning,
Wisconsin, 6-3, 6-2. Angell beat New-
ey, Northwestern, 6-3, 6-3. Pike, Chi-
cago, beat Angell, 6-1, 7-5.
Wesbrook and Munz lost to Vories
and Segal, Chicago, 8-10, 8-6, 6-4.
Wesbrook plays Vories and Bastian
plays Pike in semi-finals. Selmey, -
linois, beat Reindell, 6-4, 6-4. ,
Kermess to Be Held at Lombard Home
A kermess will be held from 3 un-
til 8 o'clock Saturday afternoon on the
lawn of Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lombard.
An admission fee of 10 cents will be
C charged for the entertainment and
refreshments which will be provided.
Fraternity Hat Bands-Wild & Co.,
311 S. State St.- Adv.

County Suing for Oty. Dog Fund
Suit has been brought against cityI
officials by the county treasurer to
force the former to turn over the
money in the city dog fund to' the.
county. The countyseeks to force the
city to turn over to the county all
funds that were in the city's dog
fund at the time the new state law
governing the collection of such funds
by the county went into effect
Don't feel sorry for yourself if you
have to go to Summer School. A $3.00
summer membership at the City "Y"
will make iti a round of pleasure.-
Adv.
Star Polo Shirts with collars that
fit. $3.00 upwards. ,Wild & Co. 311 S.
State St.-Adv.
Grunewald Original Creole Pralines
of New Orleans. Tices' Drug Store,.
117 So. Man.-Adv.
Patronize our .Advertsers.-Adv.

SUMMER QUARTERS
IN
NEWV YORK CITY
To rent, whole or part of 7-
room apartment unfurnished, or
two single rooms furnished.
Quiet neighborhood near Co-
lumbia University. Excellent for
summer school students. Very
reasonable. Address for partic-
ulars:
F. H., Room Soi,
503 5th Ave., N. Y. C.

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Detroit Creamery
Velvet Brand
Ice Cream

Frank's Meats
and Rye Bread
from Milwaukee

Candy

gan-Ohlo State dual track.
Perry field.
gan-Illinols baseball game.
'. C. banquet at Union
going to summer camp.
U-NOTICES
for the All-fresh tennis
rt at 2 o'clock this after
rarsity tennis courts to W.
stein.
idents who intend to visit'
oundries next week should
with Mr. J. R. Hastings at
dry in the engineering
once.
the R.O. T. C. bauquet
evening at the Union are
n the R. O. T. C. office in
iering building.
or Aeronautical society
June 4 are on sale at Gra-
ok store and at Union

UECKERS DELICATESSEN
119 E. LIBERTY STREET
PHONE 2620-3
OPEN SUNDAYS 4 TO 6 P. N.

BOX LUNCHES
for Any Occasion

SALADS
Made to Order

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Y'S GAMES

GOLF 3ACK COATS

American League
6, Ppiladeiphia 1.
rk 6, Boston 1.
r games scheduled.
National League
phia 5, Brooklyn 4.
iti 9, St. Louis 16.
-5, New York 0-2.
r games scheduled.

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Exhibition
sburg 4, Clevel'-d 2.
Nu Holds Meeting Tonight
At will probably be- the last
g of Alpha Nu Debating society
e held at 7.30 o'clock tonight in
rooms on the fourth floor of Un-
y hall. All members are urged
end, as important business in-
g the election of officers for the
g year will be taken care of at
eeting.
cing at Packard Academy Sat-
May 29th, Rhodes Orchestra.
LNN ARBOR CHOP SUEZ
ollent CHOP SUEY from
11:80 a. m. to midnight
aks and Chops 814 S. State

Four ways to wear
this beautiful Gruen
As a wrist wafe with the gold bracelet or the silk band illustrated;
with a chatelaine at the wrist; or as a sautoir at the end of a chain
or ribbon around the neck.
Whatever way you wear it it will win the admiration of your
friends. And you can depend upon it always for accurate time. That
it is a product, of the Gruen Watchmakers' Guild is a guarantee of
timekeeping precision.
You are invited to conre in and inspect it.
HALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Our stock of light colored goods for hot weather is large
and very complete, all of high grade material.

All clothes look alike
to some men -- but
"ready" clothes are
not made for such in-
dividuals.
"Ready" clothes are
tailored for men who
appreciate the' little
niceties and refine-
ments of style, as ex-
pressed in gentle-
men's apparel.

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We will be 'glad to reserve your fall and winter suit.

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We have the goods now.

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Sam Burchfield & Co.
so6 East Huron Street
Down Town

DAVID WHITNEY
BUILDING

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