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May 14, 1922 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-14

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440 yard run, Sweet (I) first, Fes-
senden (I) second, Schlapprizzi (I)
third. Time 49 and 2-5 seconds.
ne by 880 yard run, Yates (I) first, Kloep-
Wol- per (I) second, Douglas (M) third;
time 1 minute 58 3-5 seconds.
ts. In 1 mile run, Patterson (I) first,
k sec- Wharton (I) second, Wells (I) third;
n who time 4 minutes 19 3-5 seconds.
conds 2 mile run, Swanson (I) first, Davis
r than (M) second, Scott (I) third; time 9
e 220 minutes 42 3-5 seconds.
first 120 yard high hurdles, Johnson (I)
S. H. first, Sargent (M) second, S. H. Wal-
Illini, lace (I) third; time 15 3-5 seconds.
220 yard low hurdles, Sargent (M)
borne, first, S. H. Wallace- (I) second, H. S.
the Wallace (I) third; time 24 3-5 sec-
ce in onds.
height High jump, McEllven (M) and Os-
h and borne (I) tied for first and Neisch (M)
third and Smith (M) tied for third; height
n the 5 feet 10 inches.
2 and Broad jump, Schmitz (M) first, Os-
inch borne (I) second, Neisch (M) third;
y Os- distance 22 feet 2 3-4 inches.
econd. Pole vault, Landowski (M), Collins
Three (I), Chandler (I) tied for first; height
Tre11 feet 6 inches.
'pole Javeli throw, Hoffman (M) first,
g off Angier (I) second, Landowski (M)
foot thir'd; distance 200 feet. 1
easily Discus throw, Coughlin (I) first,
The Carlson (I) second, Cannon (I) third;
andler distance 126 feet 3-8 of an inch.
Mich- Shot put, Cannon (I) first, Stipe (M)
com- second, Carlson (I) third; distance 42
feet 1-2 inch.
Hammer throw, Hill (I) first,
most Schmidt (M) second, Stipe (M) third;
ffman distance 134 feet 8 3-4 inches.
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fwho mesh Net Team
ly 18 arr#
.the VStarts' ,Practice

who have worked out so far are Paul
Jerome, junior champion of Detroit;
Gilbert Rock, junior champion of
Cleveland; John H. Tracey, R. H.
Crane, and Charles Merriam. It 'is'
still too early to pick the members of
the team, however, and all men are
uged to come out. Matches will be ar-'
ranged with the Varsity squad later in
the season.

i
I INDEPENDENT BASEBALL
j ' MANAGERS
I Each independent baseball
j manager is requested to come to
I the intramural office today or
Monday to check over the results
of the games in which his teamj
has participated.

FACULTY, NOTICE
Enough faculty men have al-
ready entered the faculty horse-
shoe tournament to make it a
success. If any more wish to
enter they must turn in their
names today to the intramural
office. Phone 2268.

FRESHMEN, NOTICE
All freshmen interested in try-
ing out for assistant intramural
managers report at the intra-
mural office, Press building, at
once.
WILLIAM H. MERNER,
Intramural Manager.

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Twenty-eight men have reported so
far (for the freshman tennis team.
Charles Hodgman is coaching the
squad and is giving a considerable
amount of his time to the work. He
says that all the men have not been
turning out regularly and that'if they
expect to keep their names on the
list they should report as often as
possible. Four courts have been re-
served for the use of the yearling
squad so that they do not have to
spend much time in waiting.
The most likely looking prospects

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Copyright 1922 Part Schaffner &- Marx

ales work
upon busi-

ed. Not insurance, se-
any overworked line.
Chemics will be spec-
d,, although this is not
oposition. Every am-
nt of commerce and
should enquire. You
and make good money.
tly indicating your de-
rmatioon. I will then
rhen I will be in Ann
ei'view. Address R. E.
Valentine Building, To-
162-3
LIKE to know how
you can make this
ad fifty students from
it during spring vaca-
r commissions ran all
$40 to $112. Come in
r the reports and see
of your friends have
e that come in early
sir choice of territory.
nust be in by May 20th.
232 Nickels' Arcade.
161-21
largest brush company
offers college students.
,ke good. Investigate
us plan and you will
2-5 and 7-9 P. M.
Co., 301 National Bank
one 2849-R. 163
accurately typewrit-
enced typist. Biddle's
1 Nickel's Arcade.
155-21

b THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
.TISING AT 3 P.M.
FOR SALE-For first best offer, one
24 plate Nelson Static machine, one
combination Galvanic, Faradic, Su-
insaidat, "Kidder Make," one operat-
ing chair either Harvard or Allisan,
one Geneva test case. Good op en-'
ing for Physician, good opening for
Druggist. Address A. N. Shotwell,
M. D., 46 Macomb St., Mt. Clemens,
UIichigan. 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 - 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

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styles are right
in these newest spring suits

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It's easy to see that the

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HE lines are correct to start with;
the fabrics and tailoring are so fine
that they hold the style as long as you
wear the clothes. Prices are so com-
fortably low that you'll wonder why
you've delayed buying.

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$3O

$35

FOR SALE-May Festival course tick-
et, front, right center, fir'st balcony.
Call. 1597-M at meal hours. 163
FOR SALE- Three Festival tickets,
any concert, main floor, west side,
row R. Phone 1766-J. 163-2
FOR SALE-Iver Johnson bicycle in-
A-1 condition. 418 E. Washington
St. 2172-M. 161-3
FOR SALE-One May Festival course
ticket, Main floor. Call 317F-2. 163-2
WANTED
WANTED-To insure your Fountain
Pen against loss. We embbss your
name on it in gold leaf. Rider's
Pen shops. Pen Specialists, 214
Nickle's Arcade. 152-21

in conservative and sport models

New Shirts Go
at $1.39
FINEST COLORINGS
and Tuesday are Shirt Days at

Monday

A Wardrobe Trunk's
the Thing
FOR TRAVELING COMFORT
Every time you travel you'll appreciate the
service an Indestructo Wardrobe Trunk
gives. The various compartments keep your
garments neat; the whole interior arrange-
ment makes for accessibility. They are
priced $35 to $50.

this store for 'men.

We're selling new Wit-

LOST
J. Brazell, a log-log
Triday. Please return
>om 941, Engineering
163
et for Architects May
)und please return to
s, '22A. Reward.
161-3
.k scarf between cam-
versity Hospital. Re-
s Box C. V. P., Daily.
163
gold wrist watch with
C., 1916, on back. Re-
Christie, 753. 163
Gamma Pin. If found
2. 162-2

son shirts, with soft cuffs, at $1.39 each.
In striped patterns; very smart. Most have
unattached soft collars of the same materials.

WANTED-Your Fountain Pen to re-
pair. Quick, skilled service. Fair
prices. Rider's Pen Shop, Pen
Specialists, 214 Nickel's Arcade.
_____________152-21
WANTED-May Festical tickets. Two
for Thursday evening. Call Spier,
1855, at meal time. 163
FOUND
FOUND-A Fountain Pen which holds
over 200 drops of ink. For partic-
ulars call at Rider's Yen Shops, Pen
Specialists. 214 Nickels Arcade.
152-21
FOUND-On a street south of the
campus, fountain pen. Owner may
have same by indentifying it. Call

The Reule Conlin Company

frlain Street at Washington

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