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HKINE UYENTIME IN
B LLINOIS SATURDAY

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K 87-44 SCORE

s tracksters are working
preparation for the hard-
their schedule which will
Illinois team next Satur-
y field. The Illinois squad
to be the strongest in the
and are doped to win.
rday the Suckers downed
in team in their dual meet
by the score of 87 to 44.
I eight first places out of
rhe high score was main-
ever, to the ability of the
place second and third in
which they did not win.
ton Runs Fast Mile
of Illinois, did well in the

mile event making it in 4 minutes, 26
4-5 seconds. The times made in the
220 yard dash and the 220 yard low
hurdles were not fast, but this is at-
tributed to the fact that the track
at Wisconsin lacks a long straight-
away and it is expected that the Illini
men will show better form when here.
Angier, of Illinois, did well in the
javelin throw. He made 192 feet
which is nearly ten feetbetter than
Hoffman's Ferry field record. The
surprise of the meet came when Os-
borne, of Illinois, was defeated in the
high jump. He made 6 feet and 6
inches at the Drake relays but was un-
able to top 6 feet, 3 inches, at Mad-
ison.
Michigan is quite sure of taking the
pole vault event through the efforts
of Landowski. Chandler, of the Illini
team, made 12 feet and 3 inches Sat-
urday, but judging from past perform-t

ances, it is thought the Wolverine
aviator will be able to pass this.
Michigan Milers Picked
The milers who will run for Mich-,
igan besides Bowen and Hattendorf
were picked through a trial race yes-I
terday afternoon. The first tws men
to place were Cochran and Arndt.
Douglas will most likely be Mich-
igan's bet in the half mile.
As an added incentive to the men,
Guy Woolfolk, has offered to give a
$5.00 straw hat to all Michigan men
who take a first in the meet.
Although Steve Farrell will not -1
make any rash predictions as to the
chances for a victory, he thinks that
we have a better team than the Badg-
ers and should make the Suckers go
the limit for every point they win. £
Iniramural Items
a..1
Interclass baseball this afternoonc
at 4 o'clock: No. 1, dents vs. senior
engineers, semi-final game; No. 2,t
pharmics vs. fresh laws, semi-final ini
consolation.'
Interfraternity baseball today: At"
4 o'clock, No. 1, Phi Gamma Delta vs.
Acacia; 5:15, No. 1, Phi Chi vs. Sigmae
Phi Epsilon.
Independent league tonight at 6:45
o'clock, Ferry field: No. 1, Brasie vs.
Seitz; No. 2, Forbes vs. Peterson;,d
Deng vs. Gun and Blade; No. 5, Gol-3
inski vs. Glasier.c

Captain Reinke and his fresh aggre-
gation will compete with the Illinois
freshmen in a return telegraphic track
meet Wednesday, May 17. Illinois won
the first indoor meet by comforta-
ble margin, because of its ability to
place men in every event, although
they won but three first places.
Suckers Beat Iowa
Michigan's yearlings have much to
fear in the coming meet, for the run-
ners and field men from Urbana made
excellent showings in their telegraph-
ic meet with Iowa's freslumen last
Saturday. Illinois won the meet by
a margin of 55 1-3 points. Kyle of
Illinois seems to be in line for the
Illin i Varsityl next year, since he
covered the 100 in 10 seconds flat.
Besides having Kyle, the Illinois
team has some other good dash men
in the person of Hugfies, who covers
the 220 in 22 3-5 seconds, Smut and
wells, who ran the 440 in 51 3-5 on
Saturday in the Iowa meet. Hubbard,
Houlse, and Roesser will probably be
Michigan's main entries in these
events.
.Michigan Goodh in Distance
In the 880, one mile, and two mile,
Michigan seems to have the edge.
Hyde and Makeever, Illinois, have
done the 880 in 2:03 2-5, whereas
Reinke is able to cover the distance in
3 seconds less time and he has a
close competitor in Marsh, who finish-
ed but a few yards behind him in the
time trials held last Saturday. The
fastest miler that Illinois can boast
of cannot compare with Isbell, who
running an easy race did the event
last Saturday in 8 seconds less time
than Fowler, Illinois, made in the Il-
linois-Iowa meet. Although Amstetz
appears to have gotten rid of the pain
in his side, it is still a question as to
whether he or Leland will win the two!
mile. The fastest time made by any
winning Illinois man has been around
10 :10 and the only dope obtainable on
Amstetz is his indoor record of 10:10
3-5. There is noreason to believe that
he will be defeated for he .has shown

freshmen Lxpect Real Tussle From
Ilini In Telegraphic Track Neet

considerable improvement outdoors.
He should show to advantage in the
trials for the telegraphic meet which
will be held tomorrow.
Kinsey, Illinois, ran the hurdle race
In 15 2-5 seconds last Saturday and
(Continued on Page Eight)
Yesterday's Games
American League
Philadelphia 7, Cleveland 6.
Washington 2, St. Louis 1.
Detroit 10, Boston 9.
Chicago 2, New York 1.-
National League
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 0.
Brooklyn-Pittsburg, rain.
New York 3, St. Louis 2.
Boston 9, Cincinnati 3.
RIDER'S for PENS.-Adv.

I FACULTY, NOTICE
All faculty members who
I to enter the faculty quoit le
I should notify the intramura
I fice (2268) before the end o
week.
Martha Washington Candies
every Friday at Tice's.-Adv.
BASE '1,

GET INTO
THE GAME
SPALDING
EQUIPMENT
GLOVES, MITTS,
BATS, BALLS, ETC.
Our cgatalogue tIs now wady.
Zt'. yours for the .skiug.
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211 So. State St. Chicago, III.

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MOTHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, MAY 14.
Order Early and Save Telegraph Tolls
Senior Girls' Play, May 11, ORDER CORSAGES NOW
FLANDERS for FLOWERS
30 E. LIBERTY and NEXT TO ARCADE THEATRE

Common Sense
and Good Sense, twin brothers of the Sense family, are
among the most enthusiastic advocates of
Shre ddedWliea
as a regular food. It is whole wheat - 100 per cent.
easily digested. Aids digestion and elimination of other

Results of the class games Tues-
day gave a victory to the medics over
the fresh laws in the semi-finals by
the score of 8 to 3. The junior lits
took the junior engineers into camp
16 to 0, while the pharmics defeated
the architects 13 to 6.

ture Milk Products
From the finest kept herds in
Washtenaw county. Do not
accept an inferior quality when
the best is just as cheap.

The Ann Arbor Dairy Co.
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Faculty baseball tonight at 6:45
o'clock: Economics vs. rhetoric de-'
partment; No 7, mathematics vs.
physics department.
A number of entries have been re-
ceived for the faculty horseshoe
tournament. All entries should be in
by the end of this week so contests
can be arranged. The matches will be
played on the ground south of the
gymnasium.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.
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struction to brain work.

A help, instead of an ob-

We have a new stock of Rider's
Master Pens, large size, that hold over
two hundred drops. Rider's Pen Shops,
Mornings, 214 Nickels Arcade. Aft-
ernoons and evenings, 318 State St.,
College Inn.-Adv.

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8:15 O'clock, Whitntey Theater

MISCELLANEOUS
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osition which has its territory only
a Michigan summer resorts? A
leasant, lucrative nmanner in which
spend your vacation. No merch-
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30 P. M. and 6 P. M., Saturday.
160-2

!MER WORK for college students.
nteresting, enjoyable, highly pro-
table. This is not a canvassing
ob. Investigate. Phone 2849-R. Ful-
r Brush Co. 2-5 and 7-9. 301 First
ational Bank Bldg. 160
NUSCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
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ook Store, 11 Nickel's Arcade.
155-21
JDENTS- Men and women, make
g money, spare time and during
acation. It will pay you to in-
estigate this. See Mr. Callahan,
otel Whitney. 159-2
WANTED
NTED-University student desires
renit large '.furnished rooming
ouse. Best of references. Address
05 First National Bank Bldg., De-
oit, Michigan. 160-3
NTED-To insure your Fountain
eh against loss. We emboss your
wie on it in gold leaf. Rider's
en shops. Pen Specialists, 214
ckle's Arcade. 152-21
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ices. Rider's Pen Shop, Pen
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LOST
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ednesday morning. If you will1
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. exchange can be made. 160
T-Saturday afternoon, pair of1
rk shell rimmed glasses. Finder
ease call 1680-J. Reward. 158-3
T-Valuable pink cameo pin in
ckels' Arcade or Tuttle's. Reward.
ease call 2103-M. 159-2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Brunswick Records; we
receive all new Brunswick Records
released and offer them for sale on
time each month. Fraternity and
house club charge accounts solicit-
ed. The Stofflet Phono Shop, 110 E.
Washington St. 159-5
FOR SALE-Axminster canoe rug. 9
ft by 27 in., also 6 ft. carpet. No.
7. Nickels Arcade. 158-3
FOR SALE--Two May Festiva ,ick-
-ets. All concerts. Seats left cen-
ter of main floor. Call 1395-R. 160-2
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets.'
Second balcony. Call Welch. Phone
9-891 '6669
-FOR SALE-Eighteen inch travelling
bag. Excellent condition. Price
$5.00. Phone_311. 160-2
FOR SALE-Clapp-Eastham wave met-
er, 150-2500 range, $10.00. 274-J.
159-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT For summer months.
Five room house completely furn-
ished. Available June 15th. One
half block from campus. Call at 224
S. 12th St., or call 11214. 160-21
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment. 6
rooms and bath, one block from
campus, from June 15th to Septem-
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FOR RENT - Furnished apartment.
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First Senior Girls' Play to be open
to the Psxbllc dcuring the school year

Mario Chamlee

Cyrena Van Gordon

Kathryn

ANNw ARBOR .MAY FESTIVAL,
FOUR DAYS-MAY 17, 18,19,20-SIX CONCERTS
Sing rs.Pianists
Orchestra -Choruses
MICHIGAN'S GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT
A limited number of course tickets still available at $4.50 and $5.00.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
CHARLES A. SINK,
Secretary

]Rollin Pease

FOR RENT-Rooms to accommodate
club of boys of 12 or 15. 1015 E.
University. Phone 1925-R. 160
FOR RENT - House for next fall
to accommodate about 15 men. 1015
East University, 1925-R. 158-3
FOR RENT-Furnished 6 room house
for Summer Session, near campus.
508 Walnut St. Phone 1879-R. 160-21
FOR RENT -- Furnished house for
about 25 students. Call Mrs. Smith,
2878-W. 160-2
FOUND
FOUND-A Fountain Pen which holds
over 200 drops of ink. For partic-
ulars call at Rider's Pen Shops, Pen
Specialists. 214 Nickels Arcade.

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