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:ETOMORROW

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iated Press)
.-Ty Cobb, one of
rs of the American
g at the door for the
he junior league cir-
averages released
include games of
Tiger leader, who
week ago, boosted
, and finds himself
second place. Ty's
rently has been an
eammates and as a
have been winning
e St. Louis star, who
week ago, stepped
batting list with a
also is showing him-
t run getter in, the
t batting and base
led him to register
wing the way to the
15 thefts, his clos-
is teammate, Ken-
isler also is lead-
he total base honors,
compared to 81 for
as cracked out nine
Ales and four home
ns' total, besides his
:lude seven doubles

MEN WHO WIN FIVE POINTS WILL
BE AWARDED NUMERAL
JERSEYS
Increased interest is being shown in
the interclass track meet which will
be held beginning at 3:30 o'clock Mon.-
day and. Tuesday afternoons at Ferry
field. As is the practice of the in-
trarnural department, the largest pos-
sible number of events in which one
man can safely enter -and display his
tbility are offered, 11 'different track
and field events being open for en,
tries.
Monday the program will be divided
between preliminaries and finals. Pre-
liminaries will be held in the 100 yard
dash, 220 yard dash, 120 yard high,!
and 220 yard low hurdles, while finals
will be run off in the 440, half-mile,
and mile runs at 1 :30 o'clock. Tues-
day eafternoon the finals in the eight
remaining events will be held.
Suitable rewards are being offered
for' the successful athlets. The men
winnig five points will be given jer-
seys with their class numerals, and
the men obtaining three points will
be given track shirts. Any person-
taking part is limited to three events.
In case these three events,are4 not all
track contests, the relay race may
also be entered.
Men who have won their M ,or are
at present on the arsity track squad,
or, on the All-fresh teamare not eligi-
ble for competition. The entry sheet
shows that the freshmen will proba-
bly carry off major honors unless the
other three classes produce some good
entries. The entry sheet 'is posted at
the intramural office. In order that
the largest possible,, number of' men
can be given a chance to win their
numerals in this last meet for the
campus at large, the officials will ac-
cept entries at Ferry field on Monday
afternoon of the men that were un-
able to get to the intramural office on
Saturday.
Intramur'i Items
In the All-campus horseshoe sin-
gles tournament, the following men
will play for the semi-finals: Croxton
vs. Finn; Fuess, 1399, vs. Carnegie,
558; Friedman, 751-W, vs. McKech"nie,
558; Sunderland, 236, vs. Housel,
2801-J. These games must be played
not later than Monday night because
,of the short length of time before ex-
aminations.
Following are the partners to play
for -the semi-finals in the All-campus

horseshoe doubles: Smith and Sun-
derland, 236, vs. Gustus and McKech-
nie, 558; Strut and Nichols should
cdll at the intramural office for their
opponents.
Following are the men who will
please call at the intramural office for
Church league basketball charms:
Fairchild, Buchanan, and McClellan.
For jerseys: Wood, White, Osius,
Watts, Lawton, Jones, Bowne, Reli-
mann, Fairchild, Paul, and Warney.
Fraternity horseshoe reports are
coming in slowly. Participants will
kindly get their games played imme-
diately on notice, as examinations are
near and all matches must be played
before then.
Phi Chi defeated Sigma Psi Epsilon
in interfraternity indoor baseball
semi-finals yesterday by the score of
4 to 0. Phi Chi will neet Acacia at
4:30 o'clock Monday to decide the
championship.
Schedule fo Monday: Class league,
junior lits vs. fresh laws at 4
o'clock; Independent league, Taumen
vs. D~eng, 4:15, at Ferry field; Faculty
league, rhetorics vs. school of educa-
tion, 4:15. at Ferry field; economics
vs. physics, 4:15, at Ferry field.
Schedule for Tuesday: Champion-
ship game, Dents vs. Medics, at 4.

WANTED - Students to handle and
seH during summer vacation in the
locality where they reside; a fast sell-
ing necessity, used by all owners of
automobiles. The article sells itself.
BIG PROFITS AND NO EXPENSE.
,Call at 1119 Packard Street, near
Wells, any day between 3 and 6:30
P. M.
SPRING LEAF LUBRICATOR CO.
I ~

Sold by CALKINS-FLETCHER Drug Co
TDFO flflPRICE
IILIJ $6.00
PIPES

to be E

l

rved.-Adv.

''1

Get away from ordinary food; enjoy
a real superb dinner tomorrow. . It will
cost little at the Michigan Cafeteria.-
Adv.
CORRECTION
It has been erroneously stated that
the score of the Daily-Gargoyle game
was 37 to 4. The correct score was
9 to 4 in favor of the humorists.3
MEN AND WOMEN
Make your education
cunt. Get the best posi
ton to be had. We place
teachers and school execu-
es in alparts of the
country .Notanordinary agency Abureau forspecialiss-
.e rget in ArenracNo e w e are choo subjects.College
gyraduatesaspeCalty. feorethan half o thestate uvert.ies hav.
selected our cand idates. We will put you in just tepaeyuwn
.Wd add hundreds of dollar. to your income or there is nothing to pay
'L"w"deei6-NOW
SPECIAI.$STS' EDUCATIONAL AUREA. Odeon Bldg., Si. LOUIS, Mo.

WHILE THEY
Imported B.B.B. (o
Pipes
Values up to $6.50..
B.B.B.'s Umbria ...
B.B.B s Briar...--

These Pipes
Burn I

or t

CITY CIGAR S'
110 E. HURON
Phone 180.4

I

New
gives cooler,
cleaner smoking
Agents for the United States and Canada
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
60 Broad Street New York City

Perfect. Blue White Dian

Think of the foods you -like best for

Set in Exquisite New
Style Platinum Rings

Try a DaIly Want Ad. It paya..-Adv. Sunday dinner.

Then come to the

National League
a of Brooklyn, and Hank Gow-
ston, are topping Toporcer of'
s for batting honors of the-
league, with marks of .417'
Toporcer is hitting .398.
Griffith and Gowdy played in
games, while Toporcer partic-!
t 22.
Rohwer of Pittsburg, with an
of .393 is pressing Toporcer,
gers Hornsby, the star of the
s has beenthaving a tough
ting his batting eye sharpen-
nsby, however, is leading ini
es with 67, which include sev-
es, one triple and a half dozen
ins. His batting average is
NOTICE
uying old clothes and paying
est prices. $3.00 to $10.00 for
all 1677-W or bring them to,
ain St. Dave Mordsky.-Adv
riters of the best makes. 0.
l, 17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.
paily Want Ad. It uaYS.-A1V.

Co'm mon Sense'
and Good Sense, twin brothers of the Sense family, arc
among the most enthusiastic advocates of
ShrededWeat
as a regular food.' It is whole wheat - 100 per cent.
Easily digested. Aids digestion and elimination of other

Bef Perfect Blue-White Diamonds because of their scarcity in compar
with other grades are ever increasing in value. Imperfect Diamo
on the other hand, have no established price, and their value to
I. constantly to lower. The "slightly imperfect" diamond may I
w only a -tiny carbon spot or a feathery flake that affects its.brillia
n but little. Or, the so-called "slight imperfection" may be a bu
A or fracture very dangerous to its durability. Buying imperfect
p monds is truly a gamble.
oil
The word PERFECT as used by this store, refers to the absenc
M flaws in the diamond that can be perceived by the naked eye, or w
° examined through the powerful magnifying glass known as the
E eler's loop. The word PERFECT also refers to the 58 facets of
a| dianipnd cut with geometrical precision to bring out all of its
Pt. and color. BLUE-WHITE means that the diamond has an unmis
q able bluish tint, which makes it a gem of the highest grade an
the utmost desirability.

"Perfect Diamonds" is a relativeterm use
standardize quality.
When one buys a Diamond Ring-especiall
Engagement Ring, "the ring of rings"-
setting should be Diamonds of QUALITY-
only because the best is none too good for
best girl in the world," but because it is
business to buy QUALITY DIAMONDS.

foods. A great strength-builder.

Never produces "that

heavy feeling" after eating.
struction to brain work.

A help, instead of an ob-

nm1W
rI 1
plt
lmu
:!

We Inbite Inspection

Shredded Wheat is on the training table of
nearly every school and college in this country.
Shredded Wheat Co., Niagara Falls, N. Y.

Hailer and Fulle

STATE STREET JEWELERS

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LA VSIN
ADVERTISI

THIS
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

w

LOST
-A tan silk bag embroidered in
wn wool-containing miscellan-
s articles. Finder please phone
s Lovell, 368. Reward. 169-2
'-Gold lwrist watch on black
ion. Octagon shaper Initials M.
C. on back. Finder please call
call, 2619. 169-3
-In Auditorium ,or on street,
,11 gold hoop bracelet with spring
ening on upper side. Reward.
1 2949. 169-2
- Set of instruments between
eum and old Engineering. E.
y. 727 East University. Phone
-J. 168-3
-Have lost my pen troubles at
er's of course. At College Inn.
er's Pen Shops, 308 S. State
169
-Stonemartin neck piece-some-
ire on Cambridge Road or Wash-
aw Ave. Reward. Phone 2980-J.
169-2
-Eight dollars in bills between
k's Store and 1520 S. University.
ne 2325. Reward. 169
-Gold fountain pen-initials G.
M. Return to Betsy Barbourn
use. 169
'-Kappa Alpha Theta pin. Call
0. E. Oriesen. Reward. 169-2
WANTED .
'ED-Eight more students to fill
quota of a hundred men to sell
shes this summer. If you are
king for a good proposition call
ween 3:30-7:30 any day this com-
week. 232 Nickels' Arcade.
ephon% 600-M. 168-21
TED-To show you a pen that
n't run dry in the middle of an
m. At College Inn. Rider's Pen
>ps, 308 S. State St. 169-21

MISCELLANEOUS
DIG UP those discarded pens. We can
make them good-as new or exchange
for a Rider Master Pen. Full trade
allowance -on all pens of standard
make. Rider's Pen Shops, College
Inn, 308 S. State St. 169
MISS NAN ADAMS has opened a
shampoo parlor at 519 Detroit St.
Experienced in scalp treatment. Soft
water used. Appointments by phone,
2770-M. 169
MANUSCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
ten by experienced typist. Biddle's
Book Store, 11 Nickel's Arcade.
155-21
.v
RADIO FANS - For sale, Western
Electric Amplifying Tube, Socket
and Rh ostat. Call. Cobe, 1205-R.
168-2
FINE COILECTION of old violins,
bought in Europe, to be seen even-
ings, 307 N. Main St. 169-21
WILL PARTY finding eye glasses in
lobby of Arcade Theater, phone
2031-W. Reward. 169
111 SAVP
FOR SALE-Twenty room house four
blocks from campu4, suitabye for fra-
ternity or sorority or a money mak-
er as a rooming house. Terms reas-
onable. For detailed information
write the owner. E. R. care Daily.
169
FOR SALE-New $40 victrola, canoe-
size. Big bargain. Must be sold.
Box G. W. X. Daily. 169-2
FOR SALE-Radio set, $10. Call Lince.
670-R 169
FOUND
FOUND-A lady's purse containing a
sum of money. Owner may have
same by identifying same and pay-
ing for this ad. Inquire of Prof.'
Carey, Surveying Dept., on Monday
morning. 169
FOUND - A fountain pen that will
write 10 exams without running out
of ink or laying down. Call at Rid-

Booli

SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY
th FTarkAnton :S
FAMOUS STORY AND PLAY

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The Stirring Recital of a Warm Ro-
mance Whose Trail Led From a
Little Indiana Main Street to the
Gorgeousness of Monte Carlo, With
Intrigue and Adventure at Every
Turn.

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NORMAN KERRY
DOROTHY CUMMINGS
and others

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