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April 22, 1922 - Image 7

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NO INTEREST IN SPORTS-

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A disappointing number of upper-
class girls, particularly seniors, ap-
peared Thursday afternoon for the
first meeting of the year to consider
class baseball practice. This is look-
ed upon by the department of physical
education as being exceedingly un-
fortunate, and as an evidence of lack
of class spirit.
The small showing may be due to
the fact that interest in the interhouse
baseball league has superseded that
which has formerly been evinced in
the class games. The committee'
concedes the league its place, but
feels that it iould not be allowed to
decrease the usual support of class'
teams.
Those who are waiting to come out.

for sports later must bear in mind
that the fact that the outdoor season
has been much shortened this year,
owing to the early Commencement
date. There remain only five and one-
half weeks for practice and the play-
ing off of interclass games foi- the
usual class championship. For this
'reason, there can. be no delay,' and
practice is to start at once, the 'frst
one for juniors and seniors being
scheduled for 4:45 o'clock on Moi-
days, and they are' to be held at that;
time on Mondays and Wednesdays reg-
ularly.
In addition to the class baseball for
juniors and seniors, there are to be
definite classes for them in tennis and
archery, and they will be eligible to
enter the annual archery tournament
held later. In order to accomplish'
anything those who are interested
must sign up. at once and report for
their sports.
The annual field day will -be held
probably on May 31 or June 1.

* C. of C. Plans Campng Grounds
Local-Chamber of Commerce mem-
bers .will hold their next regular mieet-
ink at 6 .o'clock; Monday evening at
the Chamber of Commerce inn. Ray
Dolph, president of the board of di-
rectors, will, ask the. members of the
various commercial clubs for an ap-
propriation to complete. a tourist park-
ing and camping grounds at short dist-
ance outside the city limits.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It nayu.-Adv.
fill MEN AND WOMEN
E~l Make your education
DEE ountGet the best pasi-
b e had We place
country. o"nary"a"enc A bureau or speciaiuts-
largat in America. No elementary school subject< College
tautsaspecialty. More than half of the state universities have
eeltdorcand}idates. We will put you in just tte place ,yo: want.
' ndd hundreds of dollar, to you: income or ti reci, nothing to pay
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SPECIALISTS' EUCATIOiNABUEU.Odeon O., SiTi,LS, O.

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THAT
WILL SATISFY ALL

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BOSS TO SAUCY STENO?

Senior play cast will rehearse today
as follows: Whole case except Jack
at 10 o'clock; Jack and Marjoline, 11,
and 7 o'clock; whole cast, 7:30 o'clock.,
Girls who have any old lace or cos-
tumes for the period of 1800 are asked
to call Margaret Spalding at 398.
Rehearsal schedule of "The Yel-
low, Jacket" for the rest of this week
is as follows:
At one o'clock this afternoon in
Hill auditorium, act 1; 2 o'clock, act 2;
4 o'clock, act 3.;

We have just completed a con-
tract with the Citizens' ice Com-
pany of Toledo to supply us with
WHITMORE LAKE
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under any and all conditions at
Fair and Reasonable Prices.

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Starting May 1st

A FIRST HATK3NA LATTRAC'T1C6I
at overtime rates in silvery hollers
that jerks the irk out of work.
AND
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All freshmen and sopohmore girls
who wish to tryout for class baseball.
teams will meet at,4, 4oaclock Monday
afternoon for their first practice. De-
finite practice hours will be also de-
cided upon at this time. ..
Chaperones for dances over the
week end are: Union-Mrs. E. G.
Heartt; Armory-Mrs. Yates Adams.
Dormitory Girls Act as Hostesses
Girls from Martha Cook building
were hostesses at the Women's party
which was given yesterday afternoon
at Barbour gymnasium. Music for
dancing was furnished by Chalmers
MacGregor. Mrs. Ray K. Immel pour-
ed tea.

QUALITY AND SERVICE
We are :just arranging our routes and list now. Of course we will endeavor to serve
all but we request you to be just a little patient till our organization gets into its stride,
when our policy of a fair deal, and reliable service which has always characterized our
business will be the element which will make more for our success in this new venture.

PHONE 553

FAR SERVICE

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BUSTER KEATON in "THE BOAT"
Another Carnival of Joy

Majestid-Anita Stewart in "Her
Mad Bargain."
Mimes, - Union - "Hearts and
Masks."
Orpheum- J. P. MacKowan in
"Discontented Wives."
Rae--"Cold Steel."
Wuerth - Doris May in "Eden
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Cravenettes, Gabardines and Tweed Top Coats.

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