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UIUL ULI LIIU
.A9y HERE Too,
Smith, Steketee, and I
ake Up Michigan's Golf
Team
RINES OUT TO REVENG
EAT GIVEN THEM IN Fj

Brown is said to be by far the best
player of the four and will play num-
ber one, against Winters. Pixler will
be paired up with Loeb of Michigan,
Lebotny and Smith, and Wennerton
and Steketee are the other pairings.
These men will tee off at 9 o'clock
this morning.
Loeb In the afternoon Winters and Stek-
etee will opopse two of the Purdue
men in a best ball foursome. Loeb and
Smith will also take on the other
;E pair of visitors in a 'similar match.
E ' Just how the Purdue men will be di-
vided in 'these matches is not known
as yet.

Purdue and Michigan golfers will
tee off this morning on the Ann Arbor
Golf club links for a return match.
Beaten once by Purdue the Wolver-
ines have spent many hours in prac-
tice and will try their best to re-
deem themselves. With a state cham-
pion on their team the Boilermakers
are formidable opponents and the
match is sure to be close.
Captain Johnny Winters will play
number one for Michigan and to him
will go the task of meeting their best
player, Brown. Smith, Loeb, and
Frank Steketee will be the other
Michigan men. The men are'almost
on a par and8all have been consist-
ently under 80 on the local course.
During the past week they have tak-'1
en advantage of the wonderful golf
weather and have spent almost every
afternoon on the course. This same
team opposed Ohio State last week
and there Hugh Smith performed a
feat that is the hope of all golfers, to
make a hole in one. Loeb and Stek-
etee are also playing a fine brand of
golf and will make their opponents do
some wonderful playing to , defeat
them.
Brown, Pixler, Lebotny, and Wen-
nerton are the Purdue players.

Destre Hen For
Delta Sigma Psi
All those desiring to sign up for
membership in Delta Sigma Psi, na-
tional honorary athl'etic society, must
send in their names to Dr. May at
Waterman gymnasium or to Mr. E. D.
Mitchell at the intramural office.
There are 412 events most of which
are in the nature of track.' Anyone
who has won a, letter in a Varsity
'sport will be given credit for any one
event he may choose. The winners
will be given a distinctive key and
certificate and their names will be
posted in Waterman gymnasium.
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory,
shoes tailor made to suit your indi-
vidual taste. Sport shoes our special-
ty. Bring your repairs to the place
where shoes are made. 534 Forest
.Avenue.-Adv.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.

it willbe a;fight Which will be upwto the fire next fall it is absolutely ne- Samething for sale? A C
us alone to put over." cessary that we all come back on Sept. Ad in The Daily will And a b
NOTW SEN"If we ai to bring things out of 15 ready to go through one of the stiff- Adv.
est training programs the coaches are
ori' SU1.1 M P iS91 C ti ICHIS E: nable to devise," Thistlewaite declared, MEN AND'
f-.... --------.--------------.---s----. - "and when we meet Chicago, Oct. 14,Make
- -ii - IRST NATIOwe wont have to apologize for any- 11tunt ehae
FOOTBALL CANDIDATES ARE TO thing."Cteacher eda
cREPORT FOR PRACTICE -ontry.ot aNonagencyA
SEPT. 15 Lost something? A Classified Ad in e dourcdidate We will put you in just thept
* wa~l~e in 1 f d dhundreds ordollars to your income or there is ______________________Wit t~eNW
. Organized in 1863 The Daily will And It for you.-Adv. att to, .e Now
!= SPECIMAISTS'EDUCATIONAL BUREAU. deN81ldg.,ST.
(By Associated Press) 10
Evanston, Ill., May 12.-That North-$t
western university had come to the «tDeposits :
end of her athletic slump owas the jam- -TS_ _
opinion of more than 75 prospective Oldest National Bank en Michigan
football candidates, who at a recent f C"
meeting in Patten gymnasium heard
Coach Glenn Thistlewaite Athletic
Director Dana M.Evans, Captain-elect ADRIAV-ANN ARDOR BUS -
SCHEDULL IFECIVE OCT. 1o, 1921
Patterson and several 'alumni outline Read Down Central Stadard Time THE
plans for next fall's work and em- AM. P.M. P.M. A&PM
psietencsiyogetn inDaily Daily Daily Daily
phasize the necessity of getting in 7:30 1 30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7.00 12:45
condition during the summer. 8: 2: Tuone .... 6:5 rw Hat Parade W ill Soon Be
8:25 22:25......Clinton...60 10° rHa 15.drW f Vl ,
"We have lost in every sport 'so far 9:15 3:1 ....Saline...... 5:115 11:00
this year," Director Evans declared. A. P P5ArAnnArborL.:. AJu l t n hs:wl
"We have always been about one step Red Just a look at the new shapes just received will make
behind other universities from the SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS yOu long to get under a straw hat. We are showing
standpoint of athletics. We are all P.M. P.M. an extensive variety in all the styles that good dressers
tired oftlosing and a radical change 3:30 L... Adrian.. .Ar. 9:00like to wear.
in the state of affairs is about to take ..05 Tecumseh..:2
4:25 . ' Clinton . 8:05$ -*
place," 5:15 Saline ..... s Better pick your straw hat now,
it, was a serious group of men that P.M. P.M while the assortment is good.
listened to Coach Thistlewaite, the
next speaker, deliver his ultimatum to
the football men. "Northwestern is
facing one of the toughest propositions Sold by CALKINS-FLETCHER DrugCo Lindensch i&
in its athletic history," he said, "and m
TRE A)PRICE Ann Arbor's Leading Clothiers and Furnishi
TODAY ONLYo ON. 209 S. MA
"A RED HAIRED CUPID" PIPE_
with ROY/STEWART
also Larry Semon
In "SCHOOL DAYS"e
This "AD" with 10 cents will admit you device
Today I gve colr
Sunday-Hart 'in cleanersmoking
"THE DAWN MAKER" Agents for the United States and CanadaC s
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
AE60 Broad Street New York city

TiIS TIa
CLO ESC LOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

MISCELLANEOUS
DESIRABLE VACATION sales work
in any territory calling upon busi-
ness men. No inv estment or nguar-
antee required. Not insurance, se-
curities, or any overworked line.
Medics and Chemics will be spec-
ially interested, although this is not
a medical proposition. Every 'am-
bitious student of commerce and
salesmanship should enquire. You
will like this'and make good money.
Write promptly indicating your de-
sire for informatioon. I will then
advise you when I will be in Ann
Arbor for interview. Address R. E.
Sunderland, Valentine Building, To-
ledo, Ohio. .162-3
WOULD YOU LIKE to know how
much money you can make this
summer? I had fifty students from
Ann Arbor out during spring vaca-
tion and their commissions ran all
the way from $40 to $112. Come in
and look over the reports and see
what some of your friends have
made. Those that come in early
will have their choice of territory.
All requests must be in by May 20th.
H. J. Leader, 232 Nickels' Arcade.
Tel. 600-M. 161-21
ARE YOU looking for a house for the
summer? Private home, completely.
furnished for summer. Eight rooms
and sleeping porch, near Cedar
Pointe, Rtggles and Rye Beach.
'Wonderful bathing beach. Reason-
able. Address Box 27, Huron, Ohio.
161-2
GET YOUR pal. and sell our merch-
andise in the Michigan summer re-
sorts together. You make no de-
liveries. A pleasant way to spend
your vacation with big money pos-
sible. Call at the Allenel Hotel,
Saturday afternoon if interested. 162
SEE WHAT the largest Brush Com-
pany in the world offers college
students this summer. 'Fuller Brush
Co., 301 First National Bank Bldg.
2-5 and 7-9. Phone 2849-R. 162
MANUSCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
ten by experienced typist. Biddle's
Book Store, 11 Nickel's Arcade.
155-21

FORB SIEl
FOR SALE-For first best offer, one
24 plate Nelson Static machine, one
*combination Galvanic, Faradic, Sn-
insaidat, "Kidder Make," one operat-
ing chair either Harvard or Allisan,
one Geneva test case. Good open
ing for Physician, good opening for
Druggist. Address A. N. Shotwell,
M. D., 46 Macomb St., Mt. Clemens,
Michigan. 162-7
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-37 small sizes, 34 to 36,
Sport Model Suits in the popular
Tweeds and Homespuns and a num-
ber of novelty weaves that are ex-
ceptionally adapted for Sport Suits.
Saturday, only $27.50. F. W. Gross,
309 S. Main._162
FOR SALE - Morris canoe, closed
decks, mahogany finish throughout,
two back rests, paddles, cushions,
rug equipment complete. Price $60.
Phone University 92-J, or evenings,
'925-M. 162-2

OPEN TODAY!
THE "NEW HOME" OF 00" EATS
A FULL LINE OF DELICATESSESI GOODS
Breakfast and Lunches Served at Al( Hours
CANOE LUNCHES A SPECIALTY
ICE COLD BUTTERMILK
1112 S. U.
PHONE 155

I'm starting a riot
at the 1
ARCADE
Manna join usg

COMING SOON!

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PO

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LAST TIMES TONIGHT
More Exciting than a Trip to

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SCHEDULE
2:00
9:30
7:00
8:3

Your eyes will sparkle at the glo
vistas of sunny Spanish hill and
del unfolded by this picture.
Your heart will be stirred profou
by the glowing tale of Spanish
and love.

Spain

Your voice will say with ours-
a wonderful picture!"

It's Laughter Time Again - And Then a Big Tear
That You Never Will Forget-Registering a Milestone
Upon Your Memory - Truly a Picture Achievement

FOR SALE-Iver
A-1 condition.
St. 2172-M.

Johnson bicycle in
418 E. Washington
161-3

ADDED
"A DARK HORSE
A COMEDY RIOT - YOU JUST GOTTA LAUGH
STARTING TOMORROW
MARRY IN HASTE AND ANNUL AT LEISURE!
WOULD YOU?

o CLASS typing
-W, mornings.

done. Call
161-2

LOST
LOST - Conklin fountain pen with
name P. E. Delf, on N. State, Thurs-
day. Also a Shull's Zoology test in
Natural Science Building, May 5.
Finder please call 144. 162
LOST - Parker fountain pen at or
near Hill Auditorium on Wednesday
'after lecture. Prized as gift. Re-
ward. Phone 1629-W. 162
LOST-Manuscript entitled "Damus-
ka"; possibly left in Upper study
hall of Library. Please phone
1767-M. 161-2
LOST - Ticket for Architects May
Party. If found please return to
Frank Andrus, '22A. Reward.
161-3
LOST-Bunch of keys, Tuesday even-
ing, probably on State or Thayer.
Finder call 519-J. 161-2
LOST - Black leather notebook on
Ferry field. Reward. H. A. Tews,
2121-R. 162
LOST-A Delta Gamma Pin. If found
please call 452. 162-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished 6 room house
for Summer Session, near campus.
508 Walnut St. Phone 1879-R. 160-21
Specialists. 214 Nickels Arcade.
FOR RENT - Furnished apartment.
Three rooms. Kitchenette, bath.
July 1st to September 1st. Call 397.
160-3
FOR RENT - For summer months
Furnished house. 522 Eltn St. Call
21$4-J. 161-2
FOUND
POUND-A Fountain Pen which holds
over 200 drops of ink, For partic-
ulars call at Rider's 'Pen Shops. Pen
115..91

WANJT"
ANTED-University student desires
;o renit large furnished rooming
louse. Best of references. Address
405 First National Bank Bldg., De-
roit, Michigan. 160-3-
ANTED-To insure your Fountain
Pen against loss. We emboss your
ame on it in gold leaf. Rider's
Pen shops. Pen Specialists, 214
Vickle's Arcade. 152-21:
LNTED-Your Fountain P'en to re-
>air. Quick, skilled service. Fair
prices. Rider's Pen Shop, Pen
Specialists, 214 Nickel's Arcade.
152-21
kNTED-Two seats for May Festiv-
Ul Concerts on both Thursday and
Friday nights. Call Spier at 1855.

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"A Homespun Vamp
THE STORY OF A BRIDE WHOSE HUSBAND PROMISED TO LO
HONOR, AND CHERISH HER UNTIbr-HE COULD GET AN ANN
MENT!
ADDED
"THE BOOK AGENT"
A SUNSHINE COMEDY

IA

HAWAI IANS
ON THE STAGE
Starting Sunday
GLORIA SWANSON in
"HER HUSBAND'S TRADEMARK"

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