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May 12, 1922 - Image 3

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CLAMSSSPICK "MEN'
FORI6-O-WARMIMSXTEATRI
OF THE MICHIGAN UNION
Teams Selected are Reselts of Weigh " 40
ins Held Tuesday and Wed- FRD YS TDAM Y
nesday A at Gym '
NAME THMRETEAM4S TO HOLD THE PERFORMANCES ARE' FOR THE .GENERAL' PUBLIC,
FRESHMAN ROPE ON FRIDAY AS WELL AS FOR MEMBERS OF " THE UNIVERSITY
(Continued from Page 1)
The freshman teams picked for the
tug-of-war from the "weigh-ins" are TH.I ES R P RT I E CO P N
as follows: Lightweight, A. Goldberg,
R. Rice, F. Hoskin, A. Struble, G. F.Pr en
Edwards, J. J. Rosenthal, 'D. H. Gold- re el
smith, F. M. Hutchinson, R. Lawrence,
fA. P. "Webb ink, N. E. Nettleton, J. G.'
IGarlinghouse, C. Ohimacher, A. Ger-
manskey, G. L. Hogan, B. L. Berger-
soil, S. A. Armstrong, G. Q. Packard,I
S. J. Schmitz, P. C. Ford, C. J. Hart,
R. Miller, V. W. Gierymiki, J. E.
Mooney, C. W. Schaefer, D. TIF Ackland,
M. Ciralsky, A. F. Christian, F. Sock, W A Play in Four ACts
H. Zuck, T. Bernthal, H. S. Steiner, R.
L.Mia, C. neven, H. R.Huff, B M L E H E E
C. H. Langford, S. A. Weart, E. A.
Kirchner, C. S. Johnson, J. D. Markey,
GF. Baldwin, C. H. Kingon, R. R. Frti
Swain, D. -Paley, P. Rome, C. R. Sieder,Pu lc ''Am r a
Large Middleweight Team Ir ubi resentationi A m rc X
Middleweight, H. R. Whitecraft, R.
D. Dalke, C. K. McCracken, W. K.
Greiner, J. A. Berkovich, G. W. Gleas- *''AN EXCEPTIONAL CAST
ner, F. H. Granito, W. J. Lippert, C.
K. Gnewich, W. G. MacDonald, R. 1 INCLUDING
Howe, S. M. Gelenger, C. V. Gargell,T
R. B. Baes, 0. A. Hurwich, C. A. Mur CARL . W 7G 111KE
ray, Ht. Carney,-H. E.'Stickle,' E. H. T
Carnett, T. R. Boyh, H. S,, Cassidy, L. THOMAS 1. UNDERWOOD
A. Schneider, R. F. Moody, H. B. Ash-
bam, G. J. Shirsman, W. A. Neitham- LAUREN B. STOKESBERRY.
per, C. Walter, W. S. Chesly, J. Lavine,
J. H. Landre, F. Butler,, H. L. Wel, E M N S E TJ H
D.. J. Bullock, M. G. Underwood, H. L. BU HA A
Dennison, G. A. Anderson, R. Richey, GEORGE ;S. B C A A
A. F. Hernema, C.. A. Clark, R., F.
Martz, R. A. Siewert, E. E. Cole, R. L. And a splen1did Supporting company '
Fox, Carl Schoonmaker, A. B. Con-
nable, W. A. Krueger, E. J. Guenther,
W. G. Scott, H. C. Nichols. t ) C e
Selected Heavyweights S a aeT - a t1:0A .a o fie rc
Heavyweight, W. E. Gehring, P. Ein -____________________________________________
stein, . M. Gladstone, J. F. Huber, H. __________________________________________________
R..vaEvans, nzesbaJ:B 4 Hg-SanzersbacherfilIIIII G.1111Hog-1111iiiiiI11111iIIIIil]11I111IIIIII111111kIIi11111IIIllfltIIIIIIII1I111
Lund, 'Joe George, T. Moyer, D. John-
son, R. Waterman, F. Cashman, L.
Goldstein, L. L. Farrell, C. W. Hunter,;
,E. R. Wightmnan, E: R. Schaukle, F.
Hadetniemi, H. W. Miller, J. E. Barnm
boreugh, D. R. Sohn, V. H. Sidnam, C. H.H rtnE.A P r e dr .W
Roberlroy, V. C. Piazza, B3. South-E
comnbe, W. F. Liistfield, A. C.. Fraitag,
J. K. Miller, L. Carmnody, B . B.Vodo-. O A ND S T R A
kin, P. M. Wagner, H. . Parfet, 'Q. -T D Y A D S T R A
Denyes, E. Vanderbeen, E. R. Larsen, 1 ACTUALLY FILMED IN "SPAIN;: BY AMERICANS_,
F. A. Bi owie, W 0.Harris, W LWal -
dock, C. W.Swanson, C. W.Reichie R
Ryburn, AG,,Roberts, 'BC Wahl, C._ "ai41
G ;M iller .
FEW ENTRANTS LISTED Ah
IN ACTIVITY CONTEST-
Entries for the Daily Iowan contestN
in which a prize of a silver lovingE
cup for the man or w~oman student in=I
the ten conference schools most ac-
tive in campus work is offeired, have
been slow in turning in their names-.wE
Reports coming from other schools in-
dicate that a large number of con-.
testants have come out. Prsnedb
The contest is open to all under- Aixzro
graduates on the campus, men and
wromen, no matter what the scope of -
their work. Activities, including lath-
letics, publications, musical clubs,
graded according to a definite stand- A
ard for all schools,. This standard ~b'' '~
will be such as will give a certain i

number of points for each activity and
will be definitely decided by the judges h'
who will be chosen this week.=
Want 9
W ork - SPANISH LOVE - jealous,
blooded, quick on the dagg,
lives in this colorful romiance.
At Good, Pay? ;?cs:'at
We pay hundreds of our work-SAIH IE-thun
ers up to two dollars an hour ,'xr of pretty. dancing senoritas,
for their spare time. For seven dango'es, and castanets sp
hours a day many earnanl-" "'"'
_ ~its glorious panorama bE
your eyes, for the picture
$%W7000'
actualy filmed in Spain.
a wek ~ Davi Po ell COME AND LIVE- A THRILL
Let u tell you how you may ,
make $400 amntdpending C a rmouncutv HOUR' OF PURE' DELIGH'
upon the amount of tine andan
effort you give. (Mail this3 _____________________n___________________
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ouhsnIdamNEWS ORCHESTRA 9:00 P. . Kiddies 10
Tell me how I can earn $10 an hour-
and an _COMING SUNDA'Y - MAE MAC AVOY IN
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for cigarettes-

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None
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but the highest grade -and personally seleeted
tobaccos is used in MVURAD.

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Turkish at its VERY
BEST-to reach the
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day and
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