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'TEAMS RUN
iT MILE RACE

SPORT CALENDAR.
SATURDAY.
2:30-Varsity baseball game, Michi-
gan vs. Illinois, Ferry field.

iliilers Show Ability
Speedy Four Lap
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!TIVE SET FOR
MONDAY MORNING

MONDAY
Medic League r
10:00-Alpha Kappa Kappa vs. It
dependents.
10:00-Nu Sigma Nu vs. Phi Chi.
10:00-Phi Rho Sigma vs. Phi B
ta Pi.
12:30-Phi Chi vs. Phi Rho Sigma.

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Relay teams selected by Capt. Lar-
Butler and Cal Wetzel, star Var-'
y -quarter miers, booked up in a
eedy mile race on Ferry field just
eceding the ball game with Ohio
ate Friday. The quartet piloted by
e Varsity captain won the race by'
three yard margin.
The men ran as follows: Douglas,
irkholder, Lewis, and Butler, Thom-
Wheeler, Burns, Wetzel. Burk-
lder, Burns, Butler, and Wetzel ran,
pecially good races, and these men
11 probably form the nucleus for the
.rsity mile relay four in the Big
n meet at Chicago.
Few men were out for practice Fri-
y afternoon, and those that report-
laid off early to attend the defeat
nded Ohio by Michigan. There will
no practice this afternoon, and the
Kt drill will be held Monday morn-
g, so that the athletes can go to the
11 games with the University of
.sconsin.
M. Whipple Makes Inspection Tour
Prof. Guy M. Whipple, of the educa-
nal department, is on a tour of in-'
ection of high schools in the state.

SOCCER TEAM TO
INVADE DETROIT
On Decoration day, Michigan's in-
formal soccer team will journey to
Detroit, where they will play the
Roses F, C., of that city. This will be
a return game, the Wolverines ?'aving
defeated th'em in a home game last
week. The game is scheduled for
10:30 o'clock in the morning so that
the players may return to Ann Ar-
bor for the Wisconsin game.
All men -must get their uniforms
from the clubhouse before 5 o'clock
Saturday afternoon. The following
men will make the trip: Baucis, San-
chez, Dyason, Theunissen, Van Reen-
en, Rorich, Tsai, Merry, Rein, Heyns,
Van der Menlen, Echaire, and Rosen-
berg. They are asked to meet at the
corner of State and Packard streets
at 6:45 o'clock Monday morning.
Another oxford made especially to
our order. Semi-brogue,; French toes,
In blacks and tans. $10. Davis Tog-
gery Shop. 119 South Main St.-Adv.,

Carpenstier Ready
For. Big hete
Georges ,Carpentier, the champion
heavyweight of Europe, landed in
New York yesterday to prepare .for
his battle with Jack Dempsey for the
world title on July 2. The French-
man radiated confidence and al-
though he would not say much about
the match, he 'did state that he was in
the best of health and positive that
he would be the champion of the
world on July 3.
Georges left'today for his training
camp at Manhasset, Loud Island,
where he will stay until, the day of
the fight. Every day he took a work-
out on the boat while crossing the
ocean and consequently his manager,
Descamps, wants him' to rest for the
first six days at his. quarters. Two
French spArring partners accompan-
ied the hero of France and he may
makeadditions to his staff. One cu-
rious fact about one of the sparrers
is that beside being a fighter he will
be the chef for,/the foreigners.
The Frenchman received ' a wonder-
ful reception when he landed at the
dock and was met by Tex Rickard,
the promoter of the big fight. His
manager told the newstaper men who
met him at the landing that Carpen-
tier would not train in public. News-
paper writers will be the only ones
permitted to watch him in action. He
also added that he did not come here
to get the money, but to win the title
as that was far mote important to
Georges.
The weight ofCarpentier was given
out at 175 pounds with the statement
that he did not figure on reducing

very- much. He hopes to enter the
ring weighing about 173 pounds.
MEDICS TAKE LEAD
IN BASEBALL RACE
By defeating the Sophomore lits 8-
5 Thursday afternoon the Medic base-
ball team won the campus champion-
ship. The Medics took the lead in the
first .inning and were never headed.
Goetz and Rychner were the stars
both in fielding and hitting for the
winners. Banks played well in left
field for the losers as did Pitcher
Davis and first baseman "Bill" Mil-
ler. In the lower round the Dents,
defeated the senior engineers 13-8.
The Dents play the Junior lits Tues-
day and the winner of that game will
play to decide the second place in the
league against the sophomore lfts.
Michigan banners, pillows, jewelry,
memory books, etc. Wahr% Book-
stores.-Adv.

Intramural Item~s
Snyder von from Oppenheim 6-3,
10-8, in the All-campus tennis tourna-
ment matches Thursday. Klein beat
Ohlmacher 6-1, 6-1. Hames defeat-'
ed Segal 6-1, 6-2. Roh4n beat Rob-
bins 6-3, 6-2..' The following matches
are announced: Hodgman 437-M vs.
Frankel 2627, Hicks 2100-M vs. Snyder
1615, Jerome 1189 vs. Hames 871-R,
Rohan 1575-J vs. Sanchez 668-R, Par-
sons 1951-M vs. Beaudette 1951-M,
Steiner 1741 vs. Walbridge 188. The.
following doubles matches are an-
nounced: Sanchez and Gregory vs.
Schaefer and Landowski, Ohlmacher
and Jerome vs. Denherder and Brown,
Walbridge and Dunn vs. Zook and
Dunankin, Parsons and Beaudette vs.
Watts and Krabbe.
Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated Psi Up-
silon 2-0 in the interfraternity contests
and Chi Psi won from Kappa Beta Psi
2-1. The following interfraternity
matches are announced: Phi Delta.
Theta vs. Alpha Kappa Kappa, Phi

Sigma Delta vs. Sigma Phi Ep
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Kappa Nu an
Sigma Nu vs. Trigon.
Two games were played Tht
evening in 'the Medic league
Sigma Nu defeated the Indepen
9-7 and Phi Rho Sigma won fro
pha KappaKappa 19-11.
Use Classified advertising an
your miscellaneous articles.-Ad
SPURT SALE a
GEORGE KYER'
721 North University
Sunday Dinner
MENU
SOUP
Willits' Best
Wafers Olives Radish
Roast Sirloin Beef
Brown Gravy
Fricasseed Chicken with Bi c
Cr eamed Lima Beans~
Mashed Potatoes
Salad
Rolls
DESSERT
Huckleberry Pik
Strawberry Shortcake wit]
Whipped Cream
Strawberry Sundae
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk Iced T
12:00 to 2:00 P. M.-Price $1
COME EARLY -
Not Open Sunday Evening
WILLITS' CAFE
.Phone 173 815 South §t

Daily advertising will spell
Ity for you.-Adv.

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Parcel, Delivery

Trunks In everything.

FRATERNITY TEAMS
NOTICE
Cheevers Challenge
The Cheever A. C. wants prac-
tice games with any fraternity,
class, or independent teams for
Saturday afternoons or after 5
o'clock on week days. The club
.will play either indoor or regu-
lation ball. 'Coach Mitchell has
agreed to furnish officials and
catchbrs equipment for these
games. Team managers wishing
to arrange for games call Livet-
more between 8 and 12 o'clock at
2672-M.

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t y Adler - Rochester Suits
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[SITING CARDS-Order them now.
nd up. Wahr's Bookstores.-Adv.
SHIRT SALE at
GEORGE KYER'S
71.1 North University:

$35.00 Suits
Now

$40.00 Suits

$45.00 and $48.50 Suits.

$55.00 and $60.00 Suits
Now

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$28,50

$32.50

$36.75

$43.75

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Opening Dance
Whitmore Lake

PALM BEACH SUITS, worth $27.00 and $30.00, now

$23.25

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Saturday, May 28

THE FISHERS PEP
ORCHESTRA
SWAIN

FURNISHING GOODS SPECIALS
VASSAR KNITTED AND STRAW AND FELT HATS WHITE ,FLANNEL TROUSERS
ATHLETIC UNION SUITS Any $9.00 or $10.00 C. & K. Felt Hat in our All Wool Heavy White Flannels, $12.00
$1.50 values. , .".M.,..... . .,.".. .$1.25 store now values, now
2.00 values ...... "... ..,... .......1.70 $7.355
2.50 values .. . 10$9.85
3.00 values .......... ..........2.50 C.& K. HIGH GRADE STRAWS NECKWEAR
4.00 values.......................3.35 $5.00 Straws now................$4.35
5.00'values,.......................4.00 6.00 Straws now...................5.25 ts
6.50 Straws now................. . . 5.65 worth $2.50, now
AMBASSADOR/ COLLAR 7.00 Straws now ...................6.00 98c EACH
ATTACHED SHIRTS
$3.0 values .....................$2.65 DOLPHIN HOSIERY PAJAMAS AND NIGHT ROBES
3.50 values .......... ......3.10 $1.00 value pure Silk Hose, all colors, $4.00 Pajamas .................$3.25
4.00 values.......................3.50 65c EACH 3.50 Pajamas ................. 3.00
5.00 values ........ ...........:...4.40 6 pairs for...................$3.50 3.00 Pajamas.................. 2.60
6.00 values ............ ........5.2,-50c Lisle Hose ......................35c 2.00 Night Robes.................... 1.45
rHIGH GRADE ALL-WOOL BATHING SUITS, $7.35
500 VASSAR ATHLETIC UNION SUITS FOR SATURDAY, 98c
KHAKI TROUSERS, FOR CAMP WEAR, $1.75
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