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April 18, 1922 - Image 5

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reg- Squad of 25 Neu
nnis As. yet no cut has been made in the
nest. squad which numbers more than 25.

the various candidates have1
ranged, and it is necessary
men who are out for the..
down at the courts every af
Weather permitting, gall mate
be played on the clay courts,
the concrete court will be 'us
the other courts are not in c
An extensive schedule has"
ranged. It includes matches
best Conference teams, in ad(
the annual Eastern trip.' The
ence tournament will again b
Chicago during. the week end

frst slice1 25-27. Several practice matches with Lost something? A Classified Ad inl
of the M. A. C., Pontiac, and the Detroit ten- The Daily will find it for you.--Adv.
between nis clubs will help to round the team _________
been ar- into shape.Thsstpwiena17Ncl'
that all It is hoped that a match can be ar- Thcaeses. typewrien-Ad7v ike'
team be ranged with the faculty as 'there are_________________
afternoon. a. number of= good tennis players
ches will among the professors and instructors.
although Dr. Lee and Professor Boak ,assisted
sed when materially in the picking and coach-
condition. ing of last year's team, and around
been ar- them a faculty team will be built.
with the They will assist Coach Weebrook ________________
dition to again this year in the selection of the StCotfnr- team:
re held in
di of May "RIDER for PENS."--Adv.

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are made on Velox.
hat are Eastman made and meth-
Eastman approved, pius the ex-
uir experts are guaranties of fin-

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U L T IM A T E E C O N O M Y ,H E F W R
R.E A TRANSLATION OF A GENTLEMAN'S
IDEAL OF FOOTWEAR
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season, more than ever before, carefully dressed men are
inig OXFORDS worn with warm, stout, wool hose.
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108 S. Main Street
Representatives for NETTLETON'ยง Fine Shoes for Men

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The coat, vest, and trousers of a Kuppenheimer
suit are each a perfect and complete work of
tailoring }art. Togetheri, the three, pieces represent
a satisfying investment in good appearance.

I WANTED

RENT-Desirable front rooms,
floor, suitable for two, second
,suitable for four. Reasonable.
East William St. 140-2
RENT-Splendid room. Single
Double. Inquire 1122 White St.
ne 188. 140-3
RENT-Pl~asant room for rent.
Monroe St. 140

FARM WANTED - ;Wanted to hear
from owner of farm for pale, 'for
\fall delivery. Give lowest price,, L.
Jones, Box 551, Olney, Ill. 140
WANTED-A furnished house for next
school year or 10. Answer Box D.
!t, Daily. 140-2
MISCELLANEOUS
STUDENTS-Try my' good eats, $5.50
a week for 3 meals. $4.75 for 2
meals. Mrs. F. M. Celley, 314 E.
William St. hone 2121-M. *140-3
PIANO TUNING-Call 715-J. Univer-
sity School of Music tuner. Victor
Allmendinger. Office at Res., 418
No. Division St. 140-6

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