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E TECH DELI-
[ANT MATCHj

ng a superior brand of tennis
n's Varsity tennis men had lit-
culty in taking over the Car-
ech team at Pittsburg Tuesday,f
score of 5 to 1. It'had been ex-
;hat the Plaid net artists would
much greater opposition than
thcoming but only one Tech
was able to win his match,
Reindel losing to the Plaid
Neville.
in Merkel won a well played
from, Schwartz, number one
ian. His superior speed and
ss were tb'e deciding factors
match which went three sets
6-3. Rorich, playing number
r Michigan, ran into his favor-r
e against Neil, of the Pitts-
un, winning 6-3, 6-0. The lobs
w shots of Keil fitted Rorich's
3rfectly and he allowed his op-
only six points in the second
anchez also was at his top
:ainst the Tech squad/ and with
hand and net work going well
3 Copley in straight sets '6-2,
Loubles matches both went to
n because of superior net
id offensive play. Merkel and
, " Wolverines' number one
efeated Keil and Schwartz 6-3,
he team work of the Michigan
is improving and is gradually
g a strong doubles combina-
anchez and Rorich won from
and Neville 6-4, 6-4, in the sec.
tbles match. Here again good
k was the leading, factor.

American League
Philadelphia 3, Chicago 1.
New York 6, Cleveland 4.
Boston 4, St. Louis 3.
Detroit-Washington-rain.
National League
Chicago 6, Boston 3.
St. Louis 11, Brooklyn 0.
Cincinnati 1, Philadelphia 0.
New York-Pittsburg, rain.
Intramural Items
Phi'Chi meets 'Sigma Phi Epsilon in
a postponed interfraternity game
Thursday at 5:15 o'clock. The final
between the winner and Acacia will
be played Saturday at 10 o'clock.
The Junior Lits will met the Laws
today at 4 o'clock.
FRESHMAN TELEGRAPHIC MEET
WITH ILLINOIS IS POSTPONED
Because of the inclement weather
that reigned yesterday, the freshman
telegraphic track meet with the Uni-
versity of Illinois has been postponed.
It is not known definitely when the
event will be held, but there is -a possi-
bility it will take place on Friday.
Parker Addresses Aeolytes
Prof. Dewitt H., Parker, of the phil-
osophy department, delivered an in-
formal address to the Acolytes Tues-
day night, presenting some "newer
arguments against the existences of
matter." So far, he stated, the real-
ists have had an edvantage over the
idealists or new realists. The ad-
dress was followed by a lengthy dis-
cussion of "matter" in which many
philospohers' points of view were at-
tacked and defended by members of
the club.

Technic Has Record Sale
Street sales of the final issue of the
Michigan Technic for the current year
exceeded all past sales according to a
statement of J. A. Fisher, '22E, yester-
day.
The general campus sale of the
Technic is not usually large as near-
ly 900 of. the copies are mailed to
subscribers in the Engineering school.
California Professor to Lecture
Prof. Robrt H. Lowie of the Uni-
versity of California will lecture here
at 4:15 o'clock on Monday and Tues-
day afternoons, May 22 and 23, in the
Natural Science auditorium. His sub-
jects will be, "The Plains Indian View
of Life" and "The Origin of the
State." Both lectures are open to the
public.
Engineers to Hold Elections
One of the most important meetings
of the Engineering society for the
year will be held at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in room 348 of the Engineering
building. Committee heads for the
coming year will be elected and the
social' program planned.

Albert Gansle
Tina CustomTailor-
ing Suits made to or,'
der at easonable
Prices.

REAL STYLE
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113 S. 1ain St.

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Chop Su'ey
CHINESE AND
AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Quang Tung Lo.
513 E. Liberty

hard Toe Box, Light weight, Blacl
Brown and Scotch 'Grain.
Price 1

IRAd( Em" t4 US.PAT.Off.
11I5 S. Mafia Street

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OF GENUINE

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Engraved

alling Cards Now!

and 100 cards.. ..... .

FIT FORM
CLOTHES

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plate and 100 cards...

.$2.75
$4.00
.$5.00

Did English plate and 100 cards.,

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100 Cards engraved from plate...... .....$1.75
The Mayer-Schairer Company
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$33.50

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$37.50

LASSIFIE
A DVERTI SING

THIS
COLUMIN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

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MISCELLANEOUS
.D YOU LIKE to know how
ch money you can make this
imer? I had fifty students from
Arbor out during spring vaca-
iand their commissions ran all
way from $40 to $112. Come in'
look over the reports-and see
at some of your friends have
le. Those that come in early
have their choice -of territory.
requests must be in by May 20th.
J. Leader, 232 Nickels' Arcade.
600-M., 161-211

Y~OU SALE

CE-The person who1
nd coat from room
i Science building is'
1 same immediately,

took blank-
Z-345, Na-
known. Re-
and avoid

uble. 166
FRESHMAN who left his gray
t in my care at the tug-of-war'
i have same by calling Kleinke at
Iversity Hospital and paying for
s ad. 166-21
EWRITING - Compositions or
es. Reasonable price. Satisfac-
n guaranteed. 433 S. Division.
one 1780-R. 165-2;
USCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
z by experienced typist. Biddle's
ok Store,.11 Nickel's Arcade.
155-21
WANTED

FOR SALE-For first best offer, one
24 plate Nelson Static machine, 'one'
combinationGalvanic, Faradic, Su-
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- Brick house, 12 large
rooms, oak finish, lot 132x150 feet;
near campus and street car lines,
fruit, flowers, shrubbery. Suitable
for fraternity, sorority or hospital.
Phone 1411-R. 1136 Prospect St.
165-3
FOR SALE-Complete set of drums.
Leedy snare and bass, with standard
equipment. Almost new. Box W.
0., Daily. '165-2
FOR SALE--Two Festival tickets, main
floor. Thursday night, Friday and
Saturday afternoons. Phone 1766-J.
166
FOR SALE-Used cars. Two Dodges
and one Ford. Like new. Cadillac
Garage. 166
FOR SALE-May Festival ticket for
entire course or first floor. Call
1576-R. 165-2
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets.
Any concert. Main floor. Call 2114--J.
166
LOST
LOST-A tan silk bag endbroidered in
brown wool-containing miscellan-
eous articles. Finder please phone
Miss Lovell, 368. 166

We give you our personal' guarantee that
these suits sold for $45 and $50 previous to
this sweeping sale.
In the name of economy you can not afford
to miss this opportunity of furnishing your-
self with a generous supply of clothing at
reasonable prices.

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Are included in this sale. Conservative models for those who prefer
them. In fact, anything you desire is found on Corhett's racks in
this wonderful sale.

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ALL SIZES

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Mr. Corbett has just returned with these goods. His
exceptional spring business exhausted his original
stock so he went direct to the manufacturer and
bought for spot cash every available suit in the shops
at from $10 to $15 less than the actual wholesale
price. The manufacturer was thus able to close
out his stock in May in place of August.
THE SAYING IS BANDED ON TO YOU!!!

AT THESE PRICES THEY ARE MOVING FAST. GET YOURS
TODAY! TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE!

rTED-Six room house,
furnished, with at least
se. Call 1034-R.

for rent
one year
164-3

'ED-To buy a canoe with or
hiout equipment. Box W. N.,
ly. 165-2
TED-Second hand Ford at once.
1 at 207 S. Ingalls. Phone 1808-M.
165-2

TOM

CORBTIT

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116 East Liberty Street

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