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SOCCER NOTICE
Soccer football practice will
be held Thursday and Friday
afternoons, at 3:30 o'clock on
south Ferry field. It is essent-
ial that all members of the team
report as there will be a game
with Walkerville, Ont., Satur-
day afternoon.

appeared on Ferry
yesterday afternoons,
ich were worn the
University of Qali-
ong, the advance
athletes who will
big meet tomorrow
iese men from the
have arrived to bet-

adelphia last
'ith two run-
ord, they to
points to win
nen been run-

who last Saturday ran
rter mile of any East-
;iate, is one of them.
nen as Butler of Mich-
and Spink of Illinois,
maska, and Rhind of
at him, but in view of
ed in the Philadelphia
ok like' five points for
Le 440.
e Bruin giant, is an-
ngthy tossing of the
ctice on Ferry field and
that event in the East-
i to indicate anything
he Westerner.tNeither
.es limited to the ham-
he is also entered in
lash, broad jump, shot
s thro w.
.ile, mile, and two mile,
entered the versatile
the Pacific Coast con-
dangerous man in any
rents in which he will
will appear with Mer-
scus and shot put, and
i running mate the lat-
with. The duet should
umber of points for the
golden C.
from the coast have
', Peterson in the pole
es with a good reputa-
er or not- he can out-
>red Wolverine stars,
s$, and Slaughter, re-
en.
fornia can win. With
f Illinois and Michigan
ost favored by critics.
at five man team would
e the athletic respect
r the far West, a re-
started to grow four
1 Stanford sent a team
to the East, nearly de-
a' in a dual meet, and
pside down all through
tes. A word of warn-
confident: "Watch out

MICHIGAN BLL NN
AMONG COUNTRY' BEST
TRIBUNE CRITIC PRAISES WORK
OF LUNDGREN VERY
HIGHLY
With the end of the 1920 season in
sight, Michigan's great baseball nine
is turning its attention to the two
games to be played on the week end
trip. After these games come and go
the games with California during com-
mencement week, June 22 and 23, and
the possible series with the champions
of the east.
Team Rated Highly
The Wolverine team is rated highly
by baseball critics and James Cruisen-
burry, baseball critic and sporting
writer of the Chicago Tribune has
given his opinion that the Michigan
team is superior to any of the college
nines in the East. Mr. Cruisenberry
has made a tour of the countryvisit-
ing all the leading colleges and has
seen the best teams in both the east
and west in action. Probably no man
in the country is better qualified to
venture an opinion on the relative
strength of the college nines than Mr.
Cruisenberry. It is the opinion of the
Tribune critic that Captain Parks is
the leading hurler of college baseball
and that no other' college infielder is
as strong in both fielding and batting
as Mike Knode. The other members
of the Michigan team compare favor-
ably with the players in the east.
Michigan Outfield Dest
The Michigan outfield is, according
to the Tribune writer, without a peer.
With the opportunity at hand Mich-
igan has a great chance to gain na-
tional recognition by challengiAg some
of the big eastern institutions for a
series. The progress of California in
the east will afford the fans an oppor-
tunity of comparing the strength of
east with west.
DYASON AND GREGORY WIN IN
CLASS TENNIS TOURNAMENT
In the class tennis tournament Dya-
son, '21D, defeated Cole, grad, 8-6,
2-6, 6-4, and Gregory, '23, won a hotly,
contested match from Kolb, '22, by
scores of 7-5, 6-8, 6-3.
Fine Straw Hats. Wild & Co., 311
S. State St.-Adv.

DELTA TAU DELTA
WINS IN' TRACK
Delta Tau Delta won the fraternity
track meet yesterday by the narrow
margin of three points when its re-
lay team finished ahead of Phi Sigma
Kappa and Phi Gamma Delta. A win
in the last "event would have meant
victory for any of those three teams.
Th2 final score was as follows: Del-
ta Tau Delta 32, Phi Sigma Kappa 29,
Phi Gamma Delta 23 1-2, Alpha Delta
Phi 21, Phi Kappa Psi 11, Phi Epsilon
Rho 7,, Nu Sigma Nu 4 1-2, and Phi
Kappa Sigma 4.
Individual summaries will be print-
ed in Friday's Daily.
Select paper now for those rooms,
and have them papered during vaca-
tion. C. H. Major &Co., 203 E. Wash-
ington St. Phone 237-Adv.
Branch Nickels Arcade
PRENERS
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PRESSERWS -
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We have an attractive auto acces-
sory which you can sell and make
good money during vacatoin. Write
for particulars. THE JIFFY COM-
PANY, INC., 742 Market Street, San
Francisco.-Adv.
We set glass in any part of the ctiy.
C. H. Major & Co., 203 E. Washington
St. Phone 237.- Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers-Adv.
Worr Your Head Off
If You Want To
-but if you're wise, you'll forget all
your worries ofteir school hours.
Shake off your troubles when the whistle
blows and you shut up your desk for the
day. Come to HUSTON BROS. and play
a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more pleas-
ure and nothing is more restful than an
hour or so spent ever a billiard table.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

You cannot afford to let your house high grade "Leaa and Oil" paint.
remain unpainted when with little ! H. Major & Co., 203 E. Washing
expense it may be made beautiful' St. Phone 237.-Adv.
a'nd attractive, and value. doubly in-
creased. None better made than our Patronize our Advertisers.-Adr
TRADE AT
THIE BLUE FRONT CIGAR STORE
Cowrner State sh nd Parskard
Studeon't Proprietor.a
STOCK SALESMEN WANTED
I have a few permanent positions for students graduating
this year. Previous experience not necessary. Inexperienced
salesmen are earning from $300.00 to $600.00 monthly. I
am selling the Treasury Stock of a Detroit Company which
has been in business 37 years and in the past 3' years has paid
77 2-3% in dividends. Its net earnings' for the next 12
months based on orders now on the books, it is estimated, will

be 60% on its $1,000,000 capital.

New salesmen will be

given a short course, of instruction, furnished prospect leads and
receive thorough co-operation., Will employ under-graduates
during their summer vacation.
For full particulars write to1

CHARLES VAN KEUREN,
1040 Penobscot Bldg.,

Telephone-Cherry 2705.

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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neers, and university trained 'men and 'women in all
leavor, students should strive to complete their courses
est possible date. The Summer Session, with its fine
f over 300 courses and large faculty, offers unusual
r serious summer study. The traditional periods re-
graduation may thus be materially reduced and pro-
ork begun from six months to one year earlier than
y. If you have lost time on account of the war, make
immer. If you have not lost tine, be thrifty and save

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