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I INTERCLASS TRACK NOTICE 1

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The events in the inlterclass
track meet will start promptly
at i0 o'clock this morning on
Ferry field. With an entry list
totaling in the neighborhood of
100 much close competition is a
looked for and a large crowd
of spectators is expected to be
on hand. The events are those
regularly held at all dual meets,
and Coach Farrell expects to
uncover a goodly amount of new
material from among the en-
tries, particularly from those of
the freshman class.
[NTRAMURAL GOLF
MATCHES PLAYED

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Buckeyes. In the first round of the intramural
golf tourney much good campus tal-
narrows ent 'has appeared. The second round
ween the will be announced below and must be
men for completed by Monday evening, weath-
engaged er permitting, andl the results re-
and its corded at the ir(tramt.ral office. Re-
he hands sults of the first round, first flight:
have two W. Ingham defeated Bennett, 3 up
yed-while and 2 to play. Winters defeated H.
emaining Ingham, 2 up and 1 to play. Gilchrest
From downed Steketoe, 4 up and 3 to play.
eans that First round, second flight: Smith
remain- beat Norris, 2 up and to play. G.
e to ,take Weadock defeated Barr, 1 up. Weaks
s left on was victor over Tower, 1 up. Smart
a a clear overcame McCormick, 3 up and 1 to
Confer- play. Johnson dcefeated Snell, 2 up
y one of and 1 to play. Heffner defaulted to
mes will H. 0riflith. 1. Liekema defeated .!
of .800. Smart, 4 up ar.d i'to play. A. Bumpus
emnaining downed B /onson, 5 up and 4 to play.
.son with Gariepy defeated Joyce, 8 up and 7
ing in a to play. -
of a tie The pairings for the second round,
hampion- first flight, are as follows: J. Wint-'
est com- ers vs. Gilchrist, W. Ingham vs. Gar-
three re- iepy. In the second flight the match-
As today es are F. Smith vs. Weadock, Weeks
Madison vs. Smart, Johnson vs. Griffith, and
a June 5. Diekema vs. Bumpus.
.ois , will k.The Daily's specialty is service to
e of the *vervone.-Adv.

BUCKEYE ADWOLVERINE
MEET THIS AFTERNOGI
TRACK STARS OF OHIO AND
MICHIGAN 00 ON MARKS
AT 1:46 O'CLOCK.
Thirty-six men have been entered
by Ohio State university in the track
meet with the University of Michigan
at 1:45 o'clock this afternoon on Fer-
ry field4-
The State track team is compara-
tively unknown at Ann Arbor, and
the outcome of the meet in doubt.
However, the-Columbus squad has sev-
eral men of ability, chieftamong whom
are Moorhead, Ferguson, Steinhilber;
the Ohio captain and premier half
miler, and Hane and Locke in the 100
and 220 yard dashes.
On Moorhead and Ferguson the
Ohio hopes for victory rest. Moor-
head is a 10 second man in the 100,
and has cleared six feet in the run-
nifig high jump. Ferguson is entered
in all of the distance runs, and ,will
be particularly dangerous in the mile.
Hurdles To Be Close
If Capt. Johnson is unable to enter
the two hurdle races, Beardlsley will
have Hill and Pollman to compete
with, and a good race should result
between the three. f
Cook and Losch will have to extend
their best efforts to handle the trio
of sprinters on the State team. Moor-
head, Hane and Locke iave all been
running the dashes in splendid time
this spring, and Moorhead has shown
himself to be one of the best dash
men in the west.
Star Polo Shirte with collars tha
fit, $3.00 upwards. Wild & Co., 311 S.
State St.-Adv.
Dancig at Packard Academy Sat-
urday, May 29th, Rhodes Orchestra.
-Adv.
A four months Vacation for Summer
Students iii the City "Y" for $3.00.-
Adv.

TRIGON WINS IN
TENNIS TOURNEY
Trigon won a double victory from
Lambda Chi Alpha in the interfrater-
nity tennis tournament yesterday by
copping the doubles sets in straight
games, 6-0, 6-Q, and taking the sin-
gles in an easy fashion, 6-4,..60. The
Delta Tau Delta and Phi Rho Sigma
games were postponed until today.
RESULTS IN TENNIS
TOURNEY SHOW PROGRESS
In the interclass tennis tourney,
McArthur '23 defeated Bennett '23,
6-2, 4-6, '6-4. Ackerman '22E beat
Wasson '22E, 6-0, 6-1. Lance '23
bested Levy '23, 6-3, 6-4. Lewis '22
copped from Waggoner '22, 6-3, 6.-0.
Bassett triumphed over Moeller '23,
6-1, 8-6, 6-4.
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or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $600,009.00
Resources, $4,750,000.00
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707 North Universiy Avenue

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It brightens up the delicate colorings of
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YOUWILL ENJOY USING THE
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.

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"We try to treat you Right"

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