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ANOUNCE SCHEDULE FOR
YRSITY TENNIS TEAM
PLAN MORE MATCHES THIS YEAR
THAN EVER BEFORE IN
HISTORY

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KODAK PICTURE
We have always had the idea that every Kodak User wants the.
possible results. So instead of rushing films and prints through:
developing and printing <processes, we take the required time and
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plan.
If you have never had LYNDON AND CO. do your Amateur Fin-
ng you will. be most agreeably surprised by bringing your next

With a greater number of matches
than any Michigan tennis team has
ever before played and with a re-
turn to the four man squad, this year's
Varsity tennis team will embark on
a schedule such as has not been equal-
ed at Michigan.
As is customary, several practice
meets with the Detroit and Tolede
Tennis clubs have been arranged be-
fore the team will start in on its
schedule with the Conference and
Eastern schools.
Ohio State Opens
Ohio State will formally open the
Big Ten contests on May 8 at Ferry
field. Following the match with Ohio,
the team will start on its first trip of
three days, meeting Northwestern,
+!hicago, and Wisconsin. From these
contests, considerable light will be
shed on the probable outcome of the
:Conference singles and doubles cham-
pionships to be held in Chicago two
weeks later.
To Make Singles Bid
Michigan will make the strongest
bid for the singles title in Walter Wes-
brook, who won the crown last year.
After 'this first western jaunt, the
I team will invade the East for three
matches with Cornell, Syracuse, and
Union. These meets will mark the re-
turn of Michigan tennis teams to east-
ern competition. When the University
returned to the Conference, the an-
nual eastern trip was discontinued.
The 1920 Schedule
April 30-Detroit Tennis club at De-
troit.
May 1-Toledo Tennis club at To-
Ledo:
May 8-Ohio State at Ann Arbor.
May 13-Northwestern at Evanston.
May 14-Chicago at Chicago.
May 15-Wisconsin at Madison.
May 20-Cornell at Ithaca.
May 21-Syracuse at Syracuse.
May 22-Union at Schenectady.
May 27-28-29- Conference singles
and doubles championship at Chicago.
May 31-(Memorial Day) pending.
June 4-Indiana at Ann Arbor.'
June 5-Pending at Ann Arbor.
Matches scheduled with Oberlin and
M. A. C. dates pending.

the Whitney theater.
u-NOTICES
All tryouts for assistant managership
of the -Glee and Mandolin club are
asked to report at the office at 8
o'clock this morning.
Due to the use of the room by the Uni-
versity Extension conference. there
will be no meeting of Fine Arts 1
at 11 o'clock Friday.
NUMBER 2
(Continued from Page One)
Quinneth Summer, '21; junior repre-
sentatives, Carol McDonald, '22, Elsie
Townsend, '22; sophomore representa-
tives, Grace Fry, '23, Marion Koch,
'23.
Y. W. C. A. nominees are as follows:
President, Lois DeVries, '21, Beatrice
Beckwith, '21; vice-president, Mary
D. Lane, '21, Freda Stuart, '21; secre-
tary, Laura Snyder, '22, Margaret
Spaulding, '22; treasurer, Helen Koch,
'21, Kathryn Larkin, '22._

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For Traveling Anywhere Anytime
YOU WILL 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.

SIGNS RIVETED TO FENCE
REPLACE ONE TAKEN

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r service is 24 hours from; 3 p. m. each day.

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Comes in Brown or Black Calf-skin.
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Plenty of wear and get-there-style in it.
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Two signs now appear where one
stood before, the signs now directing
the. comner to both the University hos-
pital and the Homoeopathic hospital.
At Twelfth street and North Univer-
sity avenue, where one sign pointing
the way to the University hospital my-
seariously disappearesl, there. now
stand the two.
"And they are' riveted' to the fence,"

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NUMBER 3

(Continued from Page One)
Memphis, San Francisco; Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Jersey City.
Detroit, April 8. - Approximately
1,500 switchmen and enginemen were
idle here tonight and nearly every,
railroad entering the city was pow-
erless to move any but perishable'
freight and passenger freight as a re-
sult of the walk-out of switchmen to-
day. The Michigan Central declared
an embargo on all inbound end out-
bound freight except fuel and food-
stuffs which were being handled by
the few men remaining on duty. Other
roads it was stated probably will take
similar action tomorrow.
No Demands Received
Up to tonight railroad officials said
they had received no demands from
the switchmen, 800 of whom left their
posts today, throwing .700 enginemen
out of work.
Heads of cities industries were
viewing these strike with some an-
xiety, some of them predicting that
a number of factories would be forc-
ed to close if the rail tie-up contin-
ues.
GRAND RAPIDS STROKE
FAVORS RACE WITH D. B. C.

Spur has something
new that smokers want-
a new blend that makes
good tobaccos taste better.
A blend that makes the
rich Oriental tobaccos richer
by pleasing combination with
mild, fragrant Burley and
other home-grown tobaccos.
But that's not all-
There's Spur's satiny im-
ported paper, crimped in roll-
ing, not pasted. Then there's
Spur's smart "brown-and-
silver" package, triple-wrap-
ping, that makes Spur jook
the quality cigarette it is, and
keeps Spur's resh.
Spur is in at the top, and
there to stay.

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Less than 50 cans.............,27c
HOME CURED BACON
Whole or Half ........ .33c
THESE ARE CASH PRICES
WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.

That a regatta featuring a race be-
tween a selective crew from the Uni-
versity and the Detroit Boat club
would be a success, is the opinion of
Wallace A. Gill, '23A, stroke on the
champion Grand Rapids Boat and
Canoe club.
"We have plenty of boat club mater-
ial here, and it would be a real race
between the D. B. C. and the crew that
would be picked here," says Gill. "It
is true that we have no suitable place
for a shell, but we should at least
give it a trial."
AMERICAN GAS INSTITUTE
MEETING SUMMONS WHITE
Prof. A. H. White of .the chemical
engineering department, left Ann Ar-
bor for Pittsburg Tuesday, where he
will be on business connected with
the American Gas institute. Next week
Professor White will be in Washing-
ton, D. C., in connection with govern-
ment nitrate work. He is being re-
tained by the government as advisory

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