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summer Secretarial Training or Commercial
ol. A full Teaching Course this Summer or next
01. A full Fall. Hamilton Business College.-
chool of Adv.
-Adv.
Genuine Engraving anid Embossing.
Supple- Order your visiting cards now. 0. D.
ng with a Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.

.member!

CITY BAGGAGE SERVICE

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GOOD BAGGAGE SERVICE

1STANFO RD TODA4Y.
Munz and Angell to Oppose Visitors;
Will Be. Their Last Ap.
pearance
CAPT. NEER AND DAVIES FORM
UNUSUALLY POWERFUL TEAM
In the closing match of an unusually
successful year, the Michigan tennis'
team will meet the powerful Leland
Stanford net team at 30 o'clock this
afternoon on the Ferry field courts.
Leland Stanford is represented by
two men who are the Pacific Coast in-
tercollegiate doubles champions and
one of whom is the Pacific Coast ini
tercollegiate singles champion. In cap-
tain Phil Neer and James Davies, the
western school has a pain of tennis-
players of national renown. . This
doubles combination has, a, national
rating of 19, while in the singles both
of these men are rated higher than all
other college players in the country
with the exception of Walter Wesbrook
of Michigan, and Carl Fischer of
Pennsylvania. The Western team
plays Michigan in the course of anj
Eastern tour and in addition to play-
ing all the leading teams of the East
will take part in the national intorcol-
I egiates to be played in Philadelphia
the week of June 27.
Lewis Munz and Robert Angell will
oppose the Stanford pair in both sin-
giles and doubles for Michigan. With-
out Captain Walter We"brook, who is
still confined to his bed in Ithaca,
Michigan is' not conceded an equal
chance. Neer and Davies recently de-
feated Vories and Segal of Chicago,
in both singles and doubles matches.
Tennis "M"s following today's match
with Stanford will be awarded to Cap-
tain Walter Wesbrook, Lewis Munz,
Robert Angell, George Reindel, Jr., and
Charles Merkel. Election of next
year's captain will be held at the time
the Varsity picture is taken some time
next week.

BASEBALL, TRACK
LETTERS AWARDED
Award of Varsity track "M"s has
been made to 21 men, the largest num-
ber of letters that has been given in
the cinder sport for many years, and
13 received letters in baseball, Of
this number, 11 will receive the addi-
tional reward of the stripe which is
given to those men who score points
in either the Eastern Intercollegiates
or the Outdoor Conference meet. The
remaining nine men are given the
coveted "M" jersey.
Those who have been rewarded with
the additional stripe are Captain But-
ler, Losch, Simmons, Wetzel, Burns,
Lewis, Walker, Crulkshank, Burk-
holder, Van Orden, Dunne, and Hoff-
man. The men to whom plain "M"s
will go are Wheeler, .Weebrook, Sar-
gent, Forbes,,Switt, Douglas, Stipe, Ja-
cob, and Lukins.
Twelve others, Burke, Rea, Schmidt,
Positions are scarce now. Supple-
ment your University Training with a
Secretarl Training or Commercial
TeaehingC ourse this Summer or next
Fall. Hamilton Business College.-
Adv.

IAFTER THE BLUE

Platts, Naylor, Kelley, Standish, Spur-
rier, Tidey, Chute, Freeborn, and
Merz have been given their AMA.
Next year's captain of the cinder
team will not be chosen until some
time next week, at the time the Var-
sity picture is taken.
Thirteen baseball men are on the
list of thbse who will receive their
"M"s. The names of seven more ball
players are on the AMA list. Those
who have earned the major letter are
Vick, Shackleford, Uteritz, Karpus,
Van Boven, Perrin, Genebach, Klein,

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training,
Teaching.
lege.-Adv.

school, July 5 to Aug. 26.
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value, for into them are put the best weaves and workmanship, in
all the new styles. And they're low priced. For example, Palm
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