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'ting .at 4 o'clock,
:)n vs. dents, senior
lits, freshman lits

vs. junior

open
more

Mn-
so

ity baseball started yes-
ules will not appear in
use of lack of space, but
were sent to each house
be final. Necessary
to be furnished by the
ses. In case of rain,
must be postponed, will
t week, thus making no1
schedule of this week.
:all 2268 to verify post-;
rainy days.
.usiasts have agitated an
Li league for facultyl
he intramural office has
;anize one. Two teams
ntered; the economics
d the University hospit-
ny faculty members who
n such a league are ask-
ilcate with M. Mitchell,
seball starts at 4 o'clock
1 27. The schedule is as
sters vs. medics, senior
sophomore engineers,
neers vs. junior engin-

Drawings for the quoit pitching
tournament have been made by the in-
tramural office. The matches, with
the class. and telephone numbers of
the individual players are as follows:-
C. Boyd, '22E, 374, and R. Spannagle,
'23, 374; R. B. Chenot, '23, 1328, and
Croxton, '23, 33; H. Arner, '24, 558, and
D. Kearney, '22E, 120; Finn, '23, 33,
and E. W. Walker, '25, 741; Fuess, '22,
1399, and J. L. Curtin, 609; R. W.
Kneebone, Grad., 2379-J, and Hartwell,
'25, 1482-J; G. Truest, '24, 1505, and H.
Byrne, '23, 236; R. Hudson, '23, 374,
and H. Clark, '23, 374; .C. C. Petro,
'24, 2878-W, and A. Vyse,''25, 1130; Li
Friedman, 732, and J. Gustin, '22 558;
C. Hopper, '22, 236, and T. Greenbaum,~
732;, Toy, '22, 870-W, and McKechnie,
'23E, 558; A. Sunderland, '22, 236, and
Close, '24, .374; E. W. Walker, '25, 741,'
and W. W. Close, '24, 33; W. S. Housel,
'23E, 2801-J, and P. Conroy, '23E,
1069; J. C. McClue, 609, and J. Smith,
'24E, 236.
Drawings for the doubles are as fol-
lows: Toy and Fuess vs. Kuehler and
Chenot; rriedman and Greenbaum vs.
Cwitin and McClure; Chern and En-
zinger vs. Clark and Spannagle; Dunne
and Goldman vs. Kearney and Brad-
ford; Hudson and Boyd vs. Croxton
and Finn; J. Smith and Sunderland vs.
Byrne and Smith; Housel and Reid vs.
Brownbridge and Moore.
First round matches must be played
off and reported to the intramural of-
fice (phone 2268) by Friday night of
this week. Courts will be .ready for
use tomorrow afternoon inside of the-

gymnasium and on south Ferry field.
Games may be played on private
grounds if agreeable to both' contest-
ants. N
Matches will be the best two out of
three games and the games will consist
of 21 points. Ringers will count three
and hubbers orleane-rs only one point.
In the interfraternity tennis tourna-
ment each team will consist of two
men. Each will play singly-best two
out of three sets with his opponent.
If the single matches end in a tie (1 to
1), doubles will be played for best
out of three sets..
The following are the drawings for
the interfraternity tennis tournament:
Phi Mu Alpha-Alpha Delta Chi, Phi
Delta Chi-Phi Qhi, Kappa Mu-Theta
Xi, Theta Chi-Phi Gamma Delta, Zeta
Psi-Cygnus, Phi Sigma Delta-Phi Sig-
ma Kappa; Psi Upsilon-Delta Kappa
Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi-Lambda Chi'
Alpha; Sigma Phi Epsilon-Phi Kappa
Psi, Trigon-Kappa Beta Psi, Phi Delta
Theta-Acacia, Delta Chi-Sigma Chi,
Sigma Nu-Alpha sRho Chi, Nu Sigma
BASE BALL
GET JNTT
THE GAME
SPALDING
EQUIPMENT
GLOVES, MITTS.
BATS, BALLS, ETC.
Oar catatuiguc !Is now ready.
It's yours for the asl( u.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211 So. State St. Chicago, III.-;

I Nu-Beta Theta Pi, Phylon-Chi Phi, Al-
j pha Delta Phi-Zeta Beta Tau, Alpha
Chi Rho-Delta Sigma Phi. Saveral oth-
ers of the teams have drawn byes and
I they will be scheduled later in the
week. The results of the matches must
be in the intramural office before Fri-
day night.
Don't forget to regist'er for campus
election.
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FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
Organized in 1863

To Satisfy

CreamChee
In small cartons that ,will retail as
low as five cents. Of course our
standard of quality is back of every
carton.

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We are putting out a new
You will now be able to get

3d% paid on
Savings Deposit
Oldest National Bank in Michigan

The Ann Arbor Dairy
1 :PHONE 423

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TREB'OR PRICE
PIPES

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REMOVE T HE DANGER
Step into either of our offices and look over our
Safety Deposit Vault Equipment
You wily feel at ease knowing your valuables are
safely deposited in your individual box behind
those massive doors

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;' 4evice
gives cooler,
cleaner smoking

THE COST IS NOMINAL

FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
101-106 South Main Street. 880 South State
J (Nickels Area

Agents for the United States and canada
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
60 Broad Street tNew York City

999 TAXI
oW 35 Centsa
Every Passenger Insured
Against Accident

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CASCADE LINEN,

Standard Price
ONE POUND 59C

One pound in u package.
We also have envelopes to
match. If it is true that
the good taste of a person
is expressed by the qu'li-
ty of their stationery, then
your taste will be estab-
lished with your friends.
The texture and quality of
Cascadei s known from
Coast to Coast.'
Sale Price
TWO POUNDS 5Si

Spril WED, THUR ,
FDRI.OSAT.!
26-27-28-29
CENT rwill buy any article mentioned
in this advertisement regardless of its re-
tail value - providing a second article of the
samne kind is purchased at our regular price.
You pay full price for the first and get a
second article for ONE CENT..

OPEKa BREAKFAST COFFEE
This Is a Blend of high Grade Coffees
Roasted and packed by

superb drink and wonder-
fil value. Ground only.
Standard Price
1 pOn l........... c
This Sale
2 pounds6c............46

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REPAIRING

L A VThisS
AD VERTFISING AT 3 P.M.

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REMkDIES AND HOME NEEDS
$ .60 Analgesic Balm ... ........2 for, $.61
.25 Charcoal Tablets........2 for .26
1.09 Cod Liver Emulsion ........2 for 1.01
.25 Rexall Eye Water..........2 for .26
1.25 Iron, Cascara & Celery Tonic.2 for 1.26
.25 Laxative Cold Tablets.......2 for .26
.35 Larkspur . Vermin Lotion ..... .2for 36
.35 Rexall Liver Pills. ... . ........2 for .36
1.50 Beef, Iron and Wine........2 for 1.51
1.25 Sarsaparilla Tonic..........2 for 1.26
.75 Milk of Magnesia ............2 for 76
.25 Zinc Oxide Ointment ........2 for .26
.20 Sulphur and Cream Tartar...2 for .21
.75 Nux Tonic Tablets....,.....2 for .76
.35 Alkaline Antiseptic Tablets .-.2 for .36
1.25 Syrup Hypophosphites......2 for 1.26
2.25 Water Bottles (2 qt.) ... ,..2 for 2.26
.35 Tooth Brushes ............2 for .36
.50 Sorbo Rubber Sponges........2 for ..51
1.50 Auto Chamois ...............2 for 1.51
.25 Klenzo Tar Soap ...........2 for .26
.15 Flexible Nail Files..........2 for .16
.15 Lemon Soap ........ ......2 fot .16
.50 Harmony Liquid Shampoo.... 2 for .51
.25 Purest Epson Salts..........2 for .26

$ .50
1.00
.60
.50
.40
.10
.1J5
.15
.75
S1.50
.15
.50
.15
.10
.40
.20
.40
.05
.65
1.00
.36
.26
.25
.35
.10

STATIONERY AND SUNDRIES }

Correspondence 'Cards......2
Symphony Lawn Stationery..2
Florine Linen Stationery.....2
Cascade Linen (Pound Pkgs.) 2
Cartons (50s) Cascade Env.. .2
Writing Tablets (Linen).....2
Visiting Cards (25s).........2
Pkgs. Linen Envelopes (512") 2
Large Dressing Combs.....2
Rubber Cushion Hair Brushes 2
Crepe or Satin Toilet Paper. .2
Opeka Tea (3 Blends) ...... .2
Good Form Hair Nets......2
Milk Chocolate Bars......2
Symond's Inn Peanut Butter. .2
Chocolate Pudding Powder. . .2
Vanilla Extract............2
Pkgs. Mints or Gum........2
Honey Cream Caramels......2
Liggett's Chocolates.. .....2
Maraschino Cherries.......2
Pure Grape Jelly... .. ..2
Spices (Seven kinds).......2
Bitter Baking Chocolate ....2
Hardwater Castile Soap......2

for $ .51
for 1.01
for .61
for .51
for .41
for .11
for .16
for .16
for .76
for 1.51
for .16
for .51
for .16
for .11
for .41
for .21
for .41
for .06
for .66:
for 1.01
for .36
for .26
for .26
for .36
for .11

TOILET ARTICLES
$ .25 Jonteel Talcum (Special Price).
2 for $ .
.35 Peroxzone Cream -.... .....2 for .
.15 Rexall Toilet Soap ........2 for .
.30 Violet Dulce Talcum.......2 for ,
.25 Violet Dulce Soap ........2 for w
.50 Violet Dulce Powder.......2 for
.50 Violet Dulce Cream. . ......2 for
1.00 Truflor Toilet Water.......2 for 1.'
1.00 Ramee Complexion Powder...2,for 1.(
1.50 Ramee Toilet Water ........2 for 1.
.50 Jonteel Talcum (Special Price)
2 for
.30 Rexall Cold Cream... . ..2forl
.35 Cream of Almonds..........2 for
46 Shaving Lotion............2 for .
.35 Tooth WNash . ..........2 for .
.35 Shaving Cream.............2 for
.25 Klenzo D ntal iCream . ,.. ...2 for .
.50 Jonteel Face Powder
£,(Special Price) 2 for .;
.15 Hand Scrubs ................2 for .
.40 Tooth Brushes,...........2 for .
.3v Wool Powder Puffs. .....2 for .
.40 Lather Brushes...........2 for .
1.25 per oz. Jonteel Odor........2 ozs. 1.
.35 Cocoa Powder (/2 lb. cans)..2 for
.20 Purest Castor Oil.........2 for .

ISCELLANEOUS
orth of business last year!
st brush coiipany in the
f you want to get in with
t organization inthe brush
and make real money, see
, 302 First National Bank
etween 3:30 and'6 this aft-
id talk things over. i 146
made your plans for sum-
? Students here at Mich-
$5,000 worth of brushes
during vacation. Come in
the proposition over and
much you can make this'
Mr. Leader, 232 Nickel's
600-M. 142-21

WANTED
WANTED-Family and bundle wash-
ings. Starched work our specialty.
Good work guaranteed. Work call-'
ed for and delivered. Draper Home
Latundry. Phone 2088-M. 632 So.
Ashley St. 146-2'
WANTED-Several canoes for one day
trip. Will pay $5 for each. Call
Toy, 870-W. 146-5
WANTED-One or two May Festival
tickets. Main floor. Call Potter,
1391. 145-4
FOR SAL1
POR SALE-Two lots with,50 ft. front-
ag on Walloon Lake, Michigan. Box
A. B. C., Daily. 146-3
FOR SALE-Ukelele like new. Worth
$15, will sell for $10. Phone 215-M.
145-21
FOR SALE--One Military Ball 'ticket.
Call Beyer, 2638-W. 145-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - "Pine Crest" summer
cottage and motor boat for season.
Walloon Lake, Michigan. Box A. B.
C., Daily. 146-3
FOR RENT - Seven room furnished
, house-July and August. 524 Thomp-

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KLENZQ TOOTH PASTE

now. signing con-
-Ever" aluminum
their summer va-
ing." College men
fit for last sum-
Townsend, 1122-M
1get the facts.
145-6
st of positions in
schools. United
on file at Harris
4airland. . Phone
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Klenzo is a perfect den-
trifice, antiseptic and de-
odorant. It positively,
cleans and whitens the
teeth. "Comes out fiat on
the brush. The flavor is
delightful and refreshing.

No Limit to Quantities
EDSILL'S
L .L
DRUG STORE
208 S. MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICA.

200 Cups of Tea for....lc

Liggett's Opeko Tea

Three Kinds- lb. Pkgs.
Orange Pekoe (Black),

Green, or

Standard Price

Mixed Green and Black

One Tube...........2 e
This Sale, two tubes. 26c

Standard Price
"" PKG 50c

Sale Price
TWO %-B. PGS.

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