THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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GOLF TEAM WILL ENTER
BIB TEN MEET JUE19
ENDS DUIL MEET SEASON WITH
FOUR VICTORIES AND
After completing a successful sea-
son with four matches won and one
lost to Chicago the Michigan golf
team is preparing to enter the West-
ern Conference tournament to be held
at Chicago June 19 to 22. Victories
gained over Ohio State, Purdue, Illi-
nois, and Northwestern, indicate the
strength of the Wolverines and it is
certain that Michigan will make a
Particularly as a team is the Wol-
verine aggregation 'strong' for al-
though it has no one outstanding star
all the men are fine golfers and there
is not a great deal of choice between
them with the possible exception of
Captain Winters, who has a trifle the'
edge on the other three men.
The first three days of the Confer- be entered in both events and will
ence tournament will be conducted make their rivals get some low scores
much the same as an ordinary golf before they are defeated.
tournament for individuals, while on -
the last day competition for teams will
take place. There will be match play
and the standing of all four members
of the team will determine the stand-
ing of the team. The Conference in-
dividual champion will be determined
in the first period, while on the last
day the Conference championship
team will be found.
Chicago has a team that will make
a strong bid for honors and has in its
lineup Hartmann, who stands a fine
chance for the Conference crown. The
team as a whole is strong, having
won every one of its matches includ-
ing one with the Wolverines at Ann
Arbor. However, :Michigan may be
able to outscore them at the tourna-
ment. Besides the Maroons there is
no other team as strong in the Con-
The other three Wolverines who will
go to Chicago are Loeb, Smith, and
Steketee. These three have played in
all the matches this sprig and are
all close together in ability. They will
In the faculty tennis tournament,
the first round of games remain to be
played off between A. J. Jobin vs. D.
H. Haines and E. G. Burroughs vs.
0. J. Peterson. The winner of these
games will play off between themselv-
es and the winner of that match will
play H. C. Barnett for the title.
The finals in the faculty horseshoe
pitching tourney will take place when
Okelberg and Hunt play Wilson and
In the final round of games in the
independent baseball league, Deng's
team defeated Peterson's by a one
point margin, the final count being 2
to 1. The game was featured by close
pitching and clean fielding by the
players of both teams.
In the All-campus horseshoe pitch-
ing tourney, Street and Nichols won
the doubles while Croxton copped
first place in the singles.
The last game in the All-campus
tennis singles will be played off be-
tween P. Jerome and P. Dunakin.
The economics team, with still one
game to play, has virtually won the
faculty baseball league championship.
Conklin, Waterman, Sheaffer and
well known makes of Fountain Pens
at 0. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickels' Arcade.
Martha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday at Tice's.-Adv.
Something for sale? A Classiled
kd in The Daily will And a buyer.-
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
Typewriting and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done. O. D. Mor-
rills', 17 Nickels' Arvade.-Adv.
Daily-The Summer Michigan Daily
The smallest Dunin pen holds as
much ink as the largest self filler,
priced $2.75 up. 0. D. Morrill, dealer,
17 Nickels' Arcade.-Adv.
COLUMN LASSIFIE COLUM
CSA 3P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
WANTED-College men to draw down
summer profits .in four figures. Here
are * few facts: Just this January,
February, and March, a junior Law
student cleaned a net profit of over
a thousand dollars right here in Ann
Arbor, besides making the Law Re-
view on account of high scholar-
ship also. Come in and shake hands
with the men who sold $3500 last
summer earning 40 per cent plus
liberal bonus. Remember we rank
eighth in national advertising. It
helps you. Remember also that we
are the oldest and by far the largest
Brush Corporation in the world. See
us very soon. Fuller Brush Com-
pany, 301 First National Bank Build-
WANTED- Several active ambitious
students who want an opportunity
to make money during summer
months. Mr. Ellis will be in Ann
Arbor, Monday next. Call on him
at Allenel Hotel promptly at 10 a.
m., 3 p. m., or 8 p. m. This may
be the opportunity you have been
seeking. Better get further partic-
ulars. Guy W. Ellis Real Estate
Company, Detroit, Michigan. 178-3
WANTED - We have openings for
three or four college men who have
selling ability and are willing to
work eight hours daily. Address
Gerald A. -Eubank, Manager for
t Michigan. Canada Life Insurance
company, 408-10 Union Trust Bldg,
Detroit, Mich. 176-5
WANTED-50 men for construction
work during summer. Work in Ann
Arbor. Furnished: Sleeping quart-
ers and board at cost. Good wages.
Inquire June 2, 1922, 9-11 a. m. of
C. Buethien, 1001 East Huron St.
Phone 1391. - 178
WANTED-District manager for Ann
Arbor and Washtenaw County. Great
opportunity for high class salesman.
Life Insurance experience prefer-
red. Address J. B. McLean, 911 Pru-
den Building, Lansing, Michigan.
WANTED-A number of young men
to sell "The Aerometer" for Ford
cars. More miles, more power, less
Carbon. Every Ford owner a pros-
pect. See W. P. Hendershot, Jr.
WANTED-A cook and a male helper
for fraternity. Preferably husband
wife. Wanted for one week this
year, and all next year. Address
Box D. J. L., Daily. 177-3
WANTED-One or two comfortable
rooms by two Seniors for next fall.
Prefer Southeast part of city, and
home where no other students room.
Daily Box C. F. N. 178-3
WANTED-To show you a pen that
won't run dry in the middle of an
exam. At College Inn. Rider's Pen
Shops, 308 S. State St. 169-21
CHEF WANTED-To cook for fra-
ternity of thirty men next year. Ad-
dress communications to Box T. R.
WANTED-Engineer's drawing board,
with canvass cover, also T-square.
Box S. A., Daily. 178
WANTED-To buy one or more can-
oes. Phone 2312. G. R. Swain, 178-3
WANTED-Soprano Saxaphone. Call
FOUND-A fountain pen that holds 4
times as much ink. A safe pen for
Exams. Rider's Pen Shops, .308 S.
State St. 172-21
FREE TRIP to Pennsylvania for one
or two students to accompany me
when I drive through, immediately
following Commencement. Answer
Box H. D. M., Daily. 178
FIRST CLASS chef wants position
now or next fall, fraternity or
boarding house. Good references.
Address Box E. W. S., Daily. 178
MANUSCRIPTS accurately typewrit-
ten by experienced typist. Biddle's
Book Store, 11 Nickel's Arcade.
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
Violin, Piano, Harmony. Studio, 307
N. Main Street. Phone 611-M. 170-21
FINE COLLECTION of old violins,
bought in Europe, to be seen even-
ings, 307 N. Main St. 169-21
TYPEWRITING - Theses accurately
typed and neatly bound. 1443-M.
Miss Clark. 176-3
KENNEDY'S FIRST orchestra is at
Wampler's lake this Sunday night.
FIRST CLASS typing done. Call
1015-W, mornings. 177-2
LOST-Friday morning, May 26, dark
grey trousers and vest, on Thomp-
son or William Sts. Return to T.
B. Lyons, or phone 2461. Reward.
LOST-Gold Eversharp pencil, mark-
ed with the pwners name. Call
Weatherill, 530. Reward. 178-2
LOST-Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity Pin.
Initials W. B. W., on back. Finder
call 613-R. W. B. Wines. 178-3
LOST-Gold Fountain Pen. Reward
for return to M. Taylor, 816 Tap-
,pan. 376-M. 178
LOST-Alpha Phi pin. Reward for
return to 841 East University Ave-
LOST-Alpha Omicron Pi pin. Re-
ward. Finder please call 2949. 176-3
FOR RENT N -Rooms for Summer
School. Well furnished and well
ventilated. Attractive neighborhood.
710 East Ann St. Phone 71-M. 177-3
FOR RENT -- For summer months,
three or five rooms furnished for
housekeeping or would rent singly.
Phone 2863-W. 178-2
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms arranged
for four summer students. Boys
preferred. Phone 1724-R. 178-2
FOR RENT-Furnighed apartment for
Summer school, half block from
campus. Call 2943-M. 177-3
FOR RENT - Rooms for Summer
school. Four blocks from campus.
Phone 585-J. 177-3
FOR RENT-Rooms for 15 students
for Summer school. $2.50 per week.
611 Church St. 177-2
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms
for men. .Phone 1194-MW. 422 East
FOR RENT - Rooms for Summer
school. 924 Oakland Aye, Ideal lo-
FOR SALE-Black saddle horse, per-
fet condition, thoroughbredregis-
tered Morgan. Call Mack, 231. 620
S. State St. 177-2
FOR SALE - Hammond typewriter
with two types. 612 Church St.,
FOR SALE-Ford touring car-cheap.
Call 1104. 176-2
Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffner & Marx
We've placed smart new suits in
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.Making them the finest clothing
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EN and young men have been com-
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They're Hart Schaffner & Marx and
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Whatever your size and build, you'll
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Final Examination at Wahr's.
FOR SALE-Indian Motorcycle.