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to the 12:00-Dr. T. 3. Iden speaks at Con.
chigan gregational church on "The Atti-
chigan tude of the Great Scientists towards
form Religion."
ng as 3:00-Student Volunteers meet in
His Lane hall for hill-top picnic.
t cogs 5:30-Wesleyan Guild meets with
d first Clair Searles leading. Social halt-
infield hour precedes.

(Continued from Page One)
To cap the climax the girls on The
Daily challenged those of the- Gar-
goyle to a game, but were unable to
induce them to undertake anything
more vigorous than a tea fight. Selah.
Summary

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remain unpainted -when with little
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and attractive, and value doubly in-
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St. Phone 237.-Adv.
We set glass in any part of the ctiy.
C. H. Major & Co., 203 E. Washington
St. Phone 237.--Adv.
Read the Daily for Campus News

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MONDAY
9:00-Varsity band meets in front of
Hill auditorium. Caps and blouses
at band office.
9 :15-Nemorialsday parade to Ferry
field exercises.
2:00-Pennsylvania club meets In the
Union.
2:00-"Alice in Wonderland" movie in
Hill auditorium.
4:00-"Alice in Wonderland" movie in
Hill auditorium.
7:00-Trip Mandolin rehearsal in Uni-
versity hall. z
7:00-"Alice in Wonderland" movie in
Hill auditorium.
8:30-"Alice in Wonderland" movie in
Hilf auditorium. '
TUESDAY
7:00-Trip Mandolin rehearsal in Lane
hall.
7:30-Round-Up club meets in Union.
7:30--Michigan Dames meet in Lane
hall.
7 :30-Overseas club nmeets in Union.
Election, of officers.
U-NOTICES
The eight men who qualified In the
finals of the 440-yard dash in the
Interclass track meet Saturday
morning report at 4 o'clock Monday
afternoon on Ferry field to run off
finals.
Tryouts for assistant manager of the
Glee and Mandolin club report from
/ 1 to 3 o'clock at Glee club office
Tuesday.
The "Alice in Wonderland" movie will
be given in Hill auditorium Monday
instead of the Natural Science audi-
torium and at the same hours.
Tickets for Aeronautcal society
dance on June 4 are oil sale at Gra-
ham's book store and at Union
desk.

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Struble, If......5 1
Cholette, rf. 4 2
Carey, lb....5 3
Cross, c....... 4 1,
Damon, ss, p....4 4
McMannis, c$.5 4
Bernstein, ..4 2
Bropby, _p, ss ... 4 3
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Two base hits-Struble, Carey (2),
McManis, Weiner.
Three base hits-Damon, Bernstein.
Home' runs-Carey (3), Chollette.
Struck out *by Brophy 5, Lovell 1.
Wild Pitches - Kimball 2, Weeks,
Bachman (2).
Passed Balls-Drake.
Attendance-189.
Game called at end of 5th. due to leav-
ing of Gargoyle man who could not
be replaced.
Base on balls-Brophy none; Gar-
goyle, too numerous to mention.

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s-English. Two base,
a. Stolen bases-Per-
Iraz, Newell, English,
on balls off Parks, 0;
ucks.out-by Parks, 5;
it by pitched ball,
fce hits- Kissinger,
2, Froemke 3. Umpire
bions Contain Error.
itations state that the
ins at 8:30 o'clock.
t. The actual time is
d it is. important that
ar this correction in
cements and invita-
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4 o'clock next Tues-
;day afternoon in Uni-
Overwhelms Purdue
dL., May 29. - Notrel
lanced team placed in
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points. Purdue was
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NUMBER 3

Mayer-Schaurer

NUMBER 1

(Continued from Page One)
morning., At 6:30 o'clock this even-
ing the young people's devotional serv-
ice will be led by C. A. Searles. "The
Daughter of Jarius" a cantata will be
rendered at 7:30 o'clock under the
direction of Mr. William Wheeler.
The morning service in the Congre-
gational church will lie given over to
the observance of Memorial Day. Spe-
cial patriotic music will be rendered
by the choir.
Girls' Glee Club Elects Officers'
Officers of the Girls' Glee Club for
the ensuing year were elected Friday
afternoon. The elections were as fol-
lows: Bernice Nickel's, '21, School ,of
Music, president; Esther Hollands, '21,
School of Music, vice-president; Dixie
England, '21, secretary; Harriet Gus-
tin, '21, librarian, and Elizabeth Wi-
ley, auditor,

(Continued from Page One)
ond, Butler (M); third, Morehead (0);
Time, 22:4. Half mile. Won by Burk-
holder (M); (second, Steinhilber (O);
third, Douglas (r j); Time, 1:58:1. 220-
yard hurdles. Won by Beardsley (M) ;
second, Johnson (M); third, Pollman
(0); Time, 25:4. Two mile. Won by
Anderson (0); second, Maynard (M);
third, Ferguson (0); Time, 9:552.
Pole voult. Won by Naylor (M) ; sec-
ond, Slaughter (M), Cross (M), and
Ihll, (O). Height 11 feet. Shot put
won by Baker (M); second White (0);
third, Stipe (M); Distance 43:6.. High
jump won by Later (M and Shidecker
(0); third, Baker (M) and Morehead
(O). Height, 5:8. Discus won by Ba-
ker (M) second,s emecek (0); third,
Dunne (M) Distance, 129:1. Jave-
lin won by Hoffman (M); second, Kas-
per (0); third, Mikesell (O). Dis-
tance 175:7. Broad jump won by
Cruickshank (M); second, Johnson
(M); third, Lashmet (M). Distance,
21:9 1-2.
', Correction
In the account of the Daily-gargoyle
baseball game the score shoud read
24-3 in favor of the gargoyle.
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