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7Ivania

TAKE NOTICE
Garbage cans must not be larger
than 20 gollon capacity and all free'
from water. Glass and rubbish must
be kept out of such garbage cans.
This is a provision of the City Ordin-
ance regulating the collection of gar-
bage, The collector is not required to
take any garbage from any residence
where the above provision is violated.
Garbage cans must b accessible at
all times. Such cans in the basement
or on the second floor can be handled
only by special arrangement with the.
collector.
JOHN A. WESSINGER,
--Adv. Health Officer.
Lost something? A Classified Ad In
The D)aily will fled it for you.-_Adv.

Nell at Ithaca.
vestern at Ann
y, May 26, Sat-
ference chain-
loubles at Chi-

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IN MICHIGAN
Copductor

Alexander,

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ciety~of Jackson
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200 Voices
-100 Voices
150 Voices

silanti, Thurs. April 27th

On account of the Varsity baseball
game next game next Tuesday, all in-
terclass baseball games have been
postponed until the following Thurs-.
day. The following teams will play
on that date: Senior engineers vs.
sophomore engineers; junior enginers
vs. fresh engineers; medics vs. forest=
era. On Friday of next week, the fol-
lowing interclass -baseball games will
be played:' Senior Tits vs. sophomore,
lits; junior lits vs. freshman fits; dents
vs. School of Education. Diamonds
are now in shape for practice by the
- various teams.
I nterfraternity baseball_ games will
commence on Monday of next week.
Annoukncements to this effect will be'
mailed to all fraternities and will also
be announced in the Sunday. edition of
The Daily.:
The Independent baseball league for
campus groups is being organized. To
date, eight teams have organized and
noifiled the intramural office of- such
action. Other teams are needed as are
managers for the different- teams. In-
formation on this matter Is available
at the intramural office in the Press
building.
WOLVERIXES TO CLASH T~ODAY
WITH ItLIN~OIS DIAMOIND KEY
((continued fromn Page Four).
lag to fear from hits laid' down in big
direction. Crossley is a, reformed
outfielder who has been shifted to]
third base. Crossley is a heavy hit-
ter and will :bear watching.
Ernie Vicl and Doe Dougherty are
the opposing receivers. These men
were the class of the Conference last
season and their play will be watched
today for best performer will be in
line for the All1-Conference berth.
Dixon and Barnes need no introduc-
tion for they met twice last, year on
the mound. Jackson won the first en-
counter' by a close m'argin while at
Urbana when the pair, met Dixon
pitched air tight ball and reversed the
decision. 4
,rW"LITs NOTICE
( Aill.members of the 1922 liter-
Iary class who have not yet paid
( their class dues of $2 are urged to
do so at once. Checks are to bej
( mailed to the class treasurer at'
2107 Washtenaw avenue. 'Names j
of senior lits whose' dues are'yet
?unpaid are now posted in the reg-
1istrar's office, according to Walt-
I er 13. Rea., president of the .class."
Lost something? A Classified Ad, in
The Daily will find it for, you.-=Adv

'RA EDI

.J. . Ridefulr who has been in
charge of the shop spent his 'vacation
'at his home and has beenf detained by
sickness. Ie expects to be on the job
again F'riday of this week. There will
dye no particular change in their line
o account of the move. They will
conduct a Fountain Pen Hospital and
carry a select line of popular makes
of Self-filling pens in addition to their
specialty, the Rider "Master-pen"
which has already won many friends
among the students.- Adv.
Joe, Parker is open again. Go and
see his 'new cafe on the corner of
Huron and Fourth dive:-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. T 'pay. -tdv'
Today Only
'COLD, STEEL"
also "RONINSON'S TROUSSEAU"
with Lea Moran
SUNDAY
Toni Mix in
~THE BIG TOWN ROUNDUP"
Soon -THE FOURt HORSEMAN"

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What -you can do with your mind depends to su
degree on what you have done to your stomach that
cannot afford. to be~ indifferent to what y -u pat. Ine
Shreked Whe
you have the assurance that you are eating a food
provides strength for body and mind with little dig(
effort and a food that is a distinct help in the elimin
of other foods. It is 100 per cent. whole wheat, st
ed and ~baked to a delicious flavor, and ready to
Shredded Wheat is on the training table of
n~early every sehool and college in this country,.
Shredded Wheat Co., Niagara Falls, N.

i 0c No Seats Reserved
Arbor may be had of Miss Rachel Haviland,

8 P.M.
Harris Hal

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attracted an- artist-SheMade a Madl

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co ',rI+ .t 1922 list Schaffner & M=r

FINE

.or

Sunday DinnerI

Chicken

This is.a s eason
of tweeds

I -- ~ ""ell,

Sliced Tomatoes.
Strawberry Short,
Caked
And everything that goes
to make a. nice dinner

'

Where are no smarter iviabes

for school,m

aport,

business

and News

0

ay--"SMILIN' THROUGH" I
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

12 2 F . M.
plrice $1.0,

WILLITS

Phone 173

315 5.. State

OU made your plans for sum-...
ork? Students here at Mich-
old, $5,000 worth of brushes
ek during vacation. Come in
k the proposition over and
sw much you can make this
r. Mr. Leader, 232 Nickel'sl
*600-M. 142-21
rUNING-Call 715-J. Univer-
hool of Music tuner. Victor
idinger. Office at 'Res., 418
,vision St. ._______ 140-6
NEATLY 'typed and bound.
ercent of charge goes to wo-
League Building Fund, Call
143-3
III organdie gowns made, The
Shoppe, 711 N. University. 144
WANTED
D-Four roomn apartment witl
e bath for married couple. Will
ease now for possession in Sep-.
r.Write R. A. B., care Daily.
144'

FOE 'SAL
FOR SALE -- Franklin 1916 Model
Touring car, cheap. Call Sommers,
410-R. '711 E. Ann. 142-3
FOR SALE -- 1920 Indian Motorcycle
and side car.. Call 2282-W. C, W.
Blashill. 142-,

FOR SALE -- New
worn only once.
1462-R.

Tuxedo sixe 37,
Call Conovror,

FOR, SALE--At a bargain, Robert's
Melotone player piano. 429 G. Di-
vision. 141.4 I
FOR SALE--Winchester 92-40, 6 shot.
Call 6118. 6:20* P. Mv. 142=8
LOST
LOST-In Lane 1401, April ,0.' eMal
gold "1922" ring. Mn1xder plea". re-
turn to do~k In Lvie, Vail,. Usward.
LOST--Alpha bIPhin.OwNVel's natu~
on back. Finder please call 1976. Re-
ward, 14l-2
LOSTWaterman fountain. pen, fancy
gold band with initials J. C. Phone

gamenessu zuurn swwsu
j Meet M
1w AtThe FuntaU
*.a h Art.h"Funti
' About the-- most popular
*place in Anan Arbor to get*
a. cool drunk or a light*
MYi A
'0 'try to twea* you ti%t, 1
Something for sale? 1 Classified
h~d in The Daily will'finud a buYer.-

I

TWEEDS are the big style hits for
spring. In belted sports models
with golf back, in straight-ime sack
coats they're worn everywhere byw ell
dressed -men. These. were, made by
Hart Schaffner& Marx, and the
quality- that's built. into them guaran-
tees long satisfaction. 'Money back if
you don't'get it.
$j35

.extra trousers that fi Idoule
the life of your suit cost. $7.00

Reule Conlin Fiegel

Company
; lain 5treet at Washington

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