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ELECTION NOMINATIONS
All class and campus organ-
izations must place their lists of
nominees for office in the hands
of the Student council election
committee by Saturday, April
22. Fa lpre to getnominations
In on time will result in for-
feiture of space on the ballot.
This requirement is made neces-
sary, since the names should be
passed upon by the eligibility
committee and be in the hands.
of the printer one week before
election. Letters should be sent I
to E. F. Boxell, '23L, chairman
of the election committee, Mich-
igan Union.I
Lost something? A Classified Ad in
Th Daily will find It for you.-Adv.

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GOLF

NOTICE

All men entered in t
tournament must pay $
the intramural office
starting play. No scores
accepted otherwise

FOR WEEK-I

.he golf
1.$0 at
before
will be

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ICE CREAM

nen headed by Dixon, Liv-
Shultz in the pitching role
id Blott as receivers should
far. None of the hurlers
tive as SlickertParks, but
ne receiving department is
y stronger than were the
made up the c1iampionship
19 and 1920. Not since the
nzenroth9has the Varsity
trong in the cdtching end
ie.
a Game Looks Good
's strongest opposition on
rn schedule will probably
ered at Athens, Ga., where
n meet the powerful Uni-
Georgia nine which is the
Southern diamond teams.
s a veteran team and in the
games played up to date
s have not tasted defeat at
of any opponent. Coach
1 save Dixon, ace of last
ing ace, for the first game
ulldogs, on April 10. The
meet Georgia again on
nd it is likely that Elliott
e will be assigned the task
hie Bulldog stick men in the

Exclusive Designs
is
EVENING GOWNS
AFTERNOON FROCKS
330 Nickels Arcade
Mrs. Grace Van Schoick

Our Delicious Temptation Brick.

WITH STRAWBERRIES
AND PISTACHIO NUT

Better than ever.

At all our Dealers b0c a c

PHONE 2830a
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Sunday noon delivery leaves factory at 10 A. M.

W E ASK YOU-

*of
CREAM FRIED CAKES

RAY L. FISHER,
ballcoach, who
on their spring
afternoon.

MICHIGAN BASE-
takes his proteges
trip to Dixie this

MADE BY THE

Wolverines Meet Ilini
)ther teams met on the trip atre
ap Benning, at Camp Benning, Ga.,
mingham Southern college at Bir-
agham, Ala., Vanderbiltyat Nash
e, Tenn., and University of Cin-
nati at Cincinnati. The Wolver-
s will return to Ann Arbor April 17
prepare for the opening Confer-I
e game with the champion Illinois
e at Ferry field, Saturday, April 22.
is.game is looked upon as one of
nost crucial contests of the season
both teams. Coach Lundgren has
nothing undone to have his men
oQndition and it was largely
ough. the efforts of Lundgren that
chigan was named as .Illinois' first
ponents. The Wolverines are gen-
ily slower in getting into form than
Illini because the Illinois team is
ored with better weather condi-
ns. If Lundgren is able to send his
e against Michigan before 'the Wol-
ines hit their stride he will gain a
nt for Illinois. The Urbanites have
n on the outdoor diamond longer
i Michigan has, but with both
es taking Southern .training trips
y should meet on about even terms
aril 22.

Elaborate Plans
Jiade 7/or Annual
'High Shool Meet
Approximately 400 invitations were
mailed to high schools of Michigan,
Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania,
New York and Iowa to compete in the
22nd annual interscholastic field and
track meet to be held on Ferry field,
May 26 and 27.
It is expected that several high
school athletes will be the guests of
the Athletic association on this occa-
sion. In previous years this meet has
been one of the largest meets of 'its
kind in the United States and has at-
tracted a big field of prep stars from
all quarters of the country.
Present plans include trial heats in
all events except Javelin, mile run and
relay race to be held on Friday after-
noon. The meet proper will come at
1:30. o'clock on Saturday and will be
finished in time for the visiting ath-
letes to witness the Varsity baseball
game with Chicago at 4 o'clock.
The program of events under the
consideration of Edmund H. Fox, '22E,
interscholastic manager, ilicludes au-
tomobile trips about the city and vis-
its to the various buildings ion the
campus and places of interest. On
Saturday night there will be a ban-
quet at the Michigan Union building
where Coach Fielding H. Yost will
'present the winners with their medals
and cups.
The meet will be governed by the
M. I. A. A. rules governing high school
athletics. . Competent officials will be
chosen from the Varsity, stars, past
and present, and prominent athletes
about the campus.
Last year the meet was won by
Northwestern high school of Detroit.
Last year's victory for Northwestern
brought the interscholastic cup back
to a Michigan high school for the first
time since 1910, when Shelby 'high
school won first honors.
"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.
Theses typewritten at 17 Nickel's
Arcade. O. D. Morrill.-Adv.

UNIVERSITY CREAMERY

325 Hoover

BUTTER AND EGGS

Phone 2806-j

When you have friends for dinner,
are they going to enjoy-the coffee
that you- serve? It is' true that
most people are very particular
about the coffee they drink, and
the only way to insure that your
dinner will be a success is to
serve a brand of coffee that is
Sabove reproach.
It you have never tried our special
blends, ask us about them the next
time you are In our store. The
fact that we recommend them Is
a good indication that they will
meet with your approval.

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PURE FOOD PURVEYORS

Easter
Candies

Phones: 326-327-328

114-116 E.

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reshmen indoor
re now at the i
Men who have
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NOTICE
track jer-
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BUighty
709 N. University

FOOTBALL NOTICE
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Try-outs for assistant foot-
ball managerships report at the
Ferry field club house at 2
o'clock, April 17 and 18. Fresh-
ien and men having three more,
years in the University are eligi-
ble.
W. G. LICHTENBERG, '23,
Manager.

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LASS F. IkCOLUMN
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.

To, the, Residents
gf 'Ann Arbor.
During the coming week student
representatives of the N o r t h
Ridge Brush Co., will call at your
home with a full line of the-

See us before leav-
ing in regards that
order to be, deliver-

ed Easter

3 P.M.

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FOB RENT
Et RENT-Front suite, well furn-
hed, for two boys. Every con-
enience. One block from campus.
iquire 230 Nickel's Arcade. 138-2
E RENT-Six room modern house
irnished for the months of July
nd August. One block from Cam-
us. Call 661-W. 138-2
Et RENT-Large double room-very
esirable. Four windows and well
irnished. 609 Monroe St. 138-2
RRENT-A single room 1-2 block
rom campus. 604 E. Jefferson St.
hone 349-W. 137-3
R RENT-Five room apartment for
ent. 216 Observatory St. Phone
315-3. 138-2
WANTED
LNTED-Roommate for the remain-
er of the semester, in desirable
uite. One, block from campus.
hone 1114-W. 139
LNTED- Theses accurately typed
nd neatly bound. Miss Clark,
.443-M. 138-2

LOST
LOST-Leather notebook, somewhere
on campus: Owner's name and im-
portant notes within. Call John D.
Petersen. 2309-W. Reward. 139
LOST-Black leather case with glass-
es and Waterman pen. Reward. Call
Jorae, 524-J. X138-2
LOST-Masonic charip-probably on
Ferry Field. Reward. Call 1597-M.
139,
LOST-Pair of nose glasses in black
case. Call Marian Kerr, 1287. 137-3
LOST - Delta Theta Phi Fraternity
Pin. Call 1794-J. 139
LOST-Silver fountain pen. Reward.
Call 2325. ' 139
FOR SALE

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Sanitary North
Ridge Brushes

They will show you the many points of
North Ridge superiority

Our Plants are now
on Display.

Each and loeryB Trush is Fully Warranted.

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FOR SALE-Racine 18 foot canoe.
Sail, lee boards, rudder and com-
plete equipmient. In Al condition.
$50. Call Standish, 120. 138-2
FOR SALE-Two May Festival cou-
pons, $4.00. Call 754-M. 137-3
MISCELLANEOUS
CALL 1070-M. Reliable Home Laun-
dry, for prices. Laundry called for
and delivered. 129-21 A

You'll be surprised at the loW prices.

DIDU

MAIZE BLOSSOMN

213 Liberty St.

Phone 666

Nickels' A

Permanent O4fice at
232 NICKELS ARCADE
Phone 600-M

The Telegraph Florist of Ann Arbor

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