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:Hrc1AN DILY

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lirst Scrimmagtxe
Spring football practice yesterday
consisted of an hour and a quarter of
scrimmage between teams made up of
the candidates for the eleven posi-
tions. Substitutes were 'used freely
and every man had a chance to play.
Coach Wieman had charge of the
scrimmage and was assisted by Van
Orden.
Gunther was the outstanding per-
former of the afternoon. His line.
plunging and hammering gained most
of the ground for his team. He was
a member of last season's Varsity
squad, and although his work has al-
ways been consistent, his improvement
dxring spring practice has beenrso
rapid tlt he bids fair to become a
successor to Eddie Usher, the batter-
ing-ram of last: fall. Gunther goes
through the line plenty low enough
and cuts in and twists with good re-
sults.
Both teams yesterday showed evi-
dences of lack of condition, but the
men are rapidly getting into shape.
Coach Wieman is giving every man
personal attention and will be able
to turn over a squa'd of well drilled
men to Head Coach Yost for use next
fall.
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the championship of their league.
Other houses that have cinched their
league leadership are: Phi Chi, Aca-
cia, Theta Delta Chi, Phi Sigma Kappa,
Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Sigma,,
Delta Sigma Pi, Kappa Beta Pai, Alpha.
Rho Chi, Xi Psi Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi,
Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Gamma Delta,
Kappa Nu, and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Will the following men who signed
in the All-Campus singles tennis tour-
nament please send their telephone
numbers in to the intramural office
immediately or they will be dropped
from the list: Brade, N. Martin, and
McFarland.
The results of the All-Campus
tennis doubles tournament as listed in
the Daily last week must be turned in
by 'Wednesday noon.;
Fratiernity Standing
Sigma Nu. ... ... .581
Beta Theta Pi...... ...564
Phi Sigma Delta.......553
Delta Tau Delta... .....514
Phi Delta Theta ..... ......504
Alpha Sigma Phi ... .......485
Phi Gamma Delta......483
Kappa Beta Psi..............465
Theta Chi,....... .......421
Delta Chi ................40?
Second round matches in the All-
Campus tennis singles tournament
which have been drawn to date are
as follows: Jerome, 33 vs. Richards,
2739M; R. S. Martin, 2118-J vs. Hill,
2574; Blauner, 751-W vs. Odgen, 1399;
Pingle, 2106-R vs. Parsons, 2866-M;
Snyder, 1615 vs. Bright, 1741-R; Mer-
riam, 131 vs. Goldstein, 732; R. Crane,
2480-W vs. G. .Jerome, 236; English,
1236-W vs. Bielfield, 2040; Miller, 943-M
vs. Block, 732; Fang,.:146'7-R vs. Millet,
871-M. These games must be played
and the results turned in to the Intra-
mural office by Wednesday noon.

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EVENTS TO BE LISTED I
The Michigan Daily desires to
compile for publication a calen-
dar of all important campus
events between May 1 and the
end of school. The dates and
names of all such .events must
be sent to the Calendar Editor,
Michigan Daily, at once.
Although the fact has been known
for some time, several students ex-
pressed surprise when the.quick sere-
ice of the Arcade Cafeteria made their
noon hours seem much longer.-Adv.
Something torsale? f Cl.ssified
e in#uThe Daily will find buyre.-
Adv.-

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This garter is ideal for men's and women's song
hose- -and just right for knickers-becailse the
webbing is soft and wide. Buy by name and
get the genuine. Made solely by The Tb.:. P. Tar.
tar en., Bridgeport, coon,
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fight for the re-
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of them are no-
ting hits.

HOWARD LIVERANCE WHO HELD'
the Chicago nine to a pair of scratch
hits Friday afternoon. Liverance,
struck out 10 Maroon batters and
was master of the situation at:.all
times.

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has a man

Yesterday's Games

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American League
Chicago 4; Detroit 0.
Cleveland 5, St. Louis 6, 10 innings.
Washington 8, Philadelphia 9.
Boston 5, NewtYork 2; 14 innings.
National League'
New York 15, Boston 4.
St. Louis 3, Chicago 4.
Cincinnati 3, Pittsburg 7.
Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn 3.
ALL-CAMPUS TENNIS NOTICE
Results of all matches in the
first round ol the All-campus
singles tennis tournament must
be in by Monday noon or the
matches will be considered for-
feited.

The Independent league schedule
for Monday, M ay 1, is as follows: at
Ferry Field, 4:45" o'clock; Diamond
No. 1, Seitz, 986-R vs. Peterson, 9765;
diamond No. 2, Forbes, 2578-M vs.
Hoffman, 215-J; diamond No. 3, Deng,
1471-R vs. Herald's club, 101; diamond
No. 4, Foster House, 920-R vs. Green-
berg, 2522-M; diamond No. 5, Scalp
and Blade vs. Golinski, 1066-M.
At 6:30, Glen Hollow, between St. Jo-
seph's Sanitariun ai.d University Hos-
pital, Brasie, 1379W= vs. Luke, 2802-W.
At corner of 12th St. and Washtenaw,
Eisenberg, 959 vs. Lister, 639-J.
The results of the Interclass base-
ball for Friday were: Fresh Lits for-
feited to Junior Lits; Senior Lits de-
feated Soph Lits, 16 to 4; Dents die-
feated Teachers 23 to 2; Laws defeat-
ed Pharmics 7 to 6.
The Interclass schedule for Monday
is as follows: 'diamond No. 1, Soph
Engineers vs Fresh i Engineers; dia-
mond No. 2, School of Education vs.
Soph Lits; diamond No. 3, Foresters
vs. Pharmics. The Fresh Lits, who
were unable to get their team out Fri-
day, will have until Wednesday when
they will be scheduled again.
The interfraternity leagues have
successfully finished their respective
schedules and starting Wednesday the
fourteen league leaders will play of'
in a final elimination for the campus
championship. A game on Monday
at 3:45 o'clock, between Alpha Delta
Phi and Psi Upsilon will determine'

All freshmen indoor track Jer-
_ seys are now at 'the intramural
- office. Ien who have won them
can get same by calling at this
I office.
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FRE S IIAN TRACK NOTICF

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Are you provided with tickets to
"Little Lord Fauntleroy?" If not please
buy them from the Girls' Reserve or
at one of the following places: Gra-
ham's, Wahr's, Newberry iall,-Wahr's
downton, The sugar Bbwl, Century
Market, Brown's Bookstore, Mack's
Drug Counter, Jane Singleton Shop in
Nickle's Arcade, Tise's Drug Store.
Tickets bought at the theater window
will not benefit the Girl's Camp. At
the Wuerth teahter, May 8, 9, and 10.
-Adv.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
mill buy wisely.-Adv
You'll find many bargains when you
read Michigan Daily Ads.-Adv.

Sports Suits!
PORTS suits are not
confined to the links
alone! They serve for motor-
ing, sailing, fishing, hiking
and camping. When they
come with both knickers and
trousers they even fill the
needs of business. They're
practical, smart, economical!
Enjoying a greater, vogue
than ever! Have you got
vours yet? yg

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$40.00 - $66.00
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Unl brms for Cheerleaders
Any one having an idea as to
uniforms for cheer leaders are
requested to describe same in a
letter and send to A. O. Cuth-
bert, 1016 E. University Ave.

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I it for you.-Adv.

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Grouches Beware..-
Smile Picture Ever Made

Clear the Way for the Jazziest

DVERTI SING

A whirlwind feature comedy that showers laughs and chuckles, and breaks all records for the running broad grin.
Gives the inside dope on marriage and tells why husbands leave home-and come back again.
IT TURNS THE SMILE LIGHT ON ONE OF THE BURNING QUESTIONS OF THE DAY!

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LOST
twelve rooms LOST-Friday, either at Burns Park
Lot 150 ft. or on Wells or Forest, bar and link
shrubbery, watch chain with French medal. Re-
for sorority ward. Call Lincoln, 846-M. 151
L411-R. 1136
151-2 LOST-Between the Surveying build-
ing and Boulevard, silver watch
n house. Very case. Liberal reward. Call 2742.
on, southeast 150-4
Phone ownerLOST-33 1-2x4 Goodyear tire, either

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till sell at reason-
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151-3
3uescher C. Melody
iffer takes it. Call'
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y-Davidson three
05-R. 151
:uring, $60. Call
151

in Ann Arbor or on Ypsi road. Call
C. G. Hall, 511 Cheever Cit. 151-2
LOST-Pair Tortoise rimmed glasses
at Convocation. Finder please return.
to Secretary's office. 151
LOST-One spare Ford wheel and tire.
Phone 396, VanHorn. 151
MISCELLANEOUS
HOW A1cOUT your summer work?
Last year students at Michigan av-
eraged $1,000 per man selling brush-
es. This spring vacation they aver-
aged $75.00 for their one week's.
work. If this interests you drop in
and see me. about territory before
it is all taken up. Mr. H. J. Leader,
232 Nickel's Arcade. Phone 600-M.'
~149-2
REAL USED CAR VALUES-LibertyE
Sport, Cadillac Sedan, Columbia'
Touring, Hupmobile Touring, Max-
well Demonstrator. Cadillac Gar-
age, 321 So. l4ain. Phone 1625.
150-21

NOT DISCUSSING MARRIAGE - AND THI PICTURE DOESN'T ANSW iR ITS TITLE - OR DOES IT?
Eight respectable wives and husbands who had been keeping house --= and then a smart lawyer chap told them they'd never
really been married at all! Imagine the shock and the hullaba loo! Imagine the fun! But you can't imagine it till you've
grinned and laughed and roared at this gayest of all feature comedies,
THE HUSBANDS LOOKED LIKE TUIS- fW THE WIVES ILQOKED WHEN THEY HEARD THE NEWS-

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ranteed. Miss
149-3
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Resort. Call
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