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talIte ms pa Sigma vs. Delta Chi, Tau Delta Phi
r vs. Phi Delta Theta; 7 oclock, Delta
i Upsilon vs. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Ac-
I from Page Six) i acia vs. Phi Beta Delta, Sigma Nu vs.
s. Theta Chi, diamond 4, Phi Kappa 'T'au, Sigma Chi vs. Tau Ep-'
vs. Acacia, diamond' , silon Phi, Phi Mu Alpha vs. Phi Epsilon T
v5_ Tau Delta Phi (iia- Pi.

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PRflFESSORS
END CQ~ETD

Chicago Official
Is Indicted In
Booze Scandal

IVl. 1u
.a vs.. S
1 1, PsiI
diamon
One g
will be
the sop

lits.

rnity horse
May 1, is
ppa Sigma
a Theta Phi
Phi Epsilo
Xi Psi Ph
Psi vs. K
Phi Sigmal
i Sigma Pi
, Phi vs. Ph

4OLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P. M.I

The following Box Rep
DAILY OFFICE: Jake,
DM, 12, 18, JSC, X.
.MICHIGAN DAILYC
RATES
Classified Rates. Tw
a day, paid in adva
charge for first day,
thereafter, 20c. Three
per day if' charged.
charged for at rate of
agate line. Classifieds
to those having phones.
Phone 96
DON'T FOR
Smith Tire R
Oldest and most re
to buy tir
'Kelly Springfield
FOR ROCK BOTTOM P
ceries, see Pierce'sa
nesday issue of TheI
F'OR SAL
FOR SALE-S rooml
Catherine St., 12 r
Ingalls St.; 10 room1
4th Ave. Also have
farm near Ann Arb
exchange for Ann Ar
erty. Inquire J.' W.
508 First Nat'l Bank
FOR SALE-Complete
pole with reel, high
leather leggings. Ca
er St. Mr. Shu after

J Lelut rill, d .A
igma Chi; 51 F. N. SCOTT ANI J. -ALEIGJI NEL.
Omega vs. Del- The dead line for the playing of fra- SON )EEGATES TO INTER-
nd 2, Trigon vs. ternity matches has been extended to NAT11NA L MEET
ame in regula- 5 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon.
e played at I Prof. Fred N. Scott, head of the de-
h engineers and All independents are 'eligible to partment of rhetoric and journalism
oraz playground baseball teams. in the Literary college, and Prof. J.
.The entries of these and their man- Raleigh Nlson, head'of the depart-
eshoe schedule ager's name and telephone number s
as follows: 3 must be turned into the Intramural of- mnent of ,English in the engineering
vs. Delta Tau fice by Wednesday noon. The winning college, have been appointed delegates
vs. Alpha Rbo teams will be presented with medals. to the Conference of British and
n vs. Chi Phi; The names of class teams, their man- American Professors of English, to be
i vs. Phi Sigma ager's name and telephone number held Junk 13, 14, and 15 at Columbia
appa Beta Psi; also must be turned into the Intra- ;university.
Delta vs. Herm- mural oflice by noon. Numerals will Tieing
d vs. Theta Xi, be awarded to the winning teams in aTitli as the leading authorities oin
i Ch, Ph Ka- this league.-. amchsth ednauhriso
the English language will be pres-
ent. Among -the delegates will be
men from the leading universities of
THIS the United States, England, Canada,
COLUMN- and 'several from other British posses-
CLOSES sions. Outstanding among the Brit-
ish represeritatives will be Prof. A.
ADVERTISING AT 3 PM. W. Reed of King's college. Professor
Grierson of Edinburgh, Prof. C. H.
---Herford, formerly of the University of
LOST Manchester, and Sir Israel Gollancz.
plies greTatt L T r y t t n n 'T'here will only be three meetings
2li areat Iw LOST-Friday night between Science I of the entire group of professors at
SPDU, BC, BA, building and Packard St., gold fil. this conference, and ProfessorScott
" led eversharp pencil. Finder please has been appointed chairman of the
return to room P473 Science build- first oee, to e e d Wednesday
CLASSIFIED..is ohse ob fedWensa
ing, or call Miss Kurtti, 1313-J. morning, June 13. The general sub-
o cents a word 152p nonigJne1.Ihegeealsu-
cents a word .5et at this meeting will be "The Eng-
nce. Minimum LOST-Reward, if black grip is re- lish Language". This 'will include
25c. MTinimum turned that was taken from the cor- discussions as to the best usage, es-
cents per word ner of William and State, Friday pecially in matters in which -there is
Whttspae night. J. B. Vlack, 1656-J. 1521)-3 a conflict of opinion.
,ive cnts pe Professor Nelson, chairman of the
charged only LOST-Parker fountain pen. 304 I. English committee of, the American
H.; N. S. Aud.; Waterman Gym; of Society for tee Promotion of Engi-
0. enroute. Call F. A. Cuthbert, 3#99.y
:GT.15 neering, and also Associate Editor of
GET ~ .the official publication of that organi-
epair LOST-Postoffice, Nickel's Arcade, zation, "Engineering Education", will
liable place Monday morning. Parker Duofold probably be the only 'representative
es. fountain pen. Box E. W. L. Daily. of an Engineering college at the con-
Diamond Tires 152p ference. He is expected to tell of the
128 c-tf,
LOST-Gold faced Hampden watch mnethods being employed in our En-
'RICES on gro- bearing the initials E. M. R. Very gineering school and of the results
ad in the Wed- valuable. Finder please call 1104. obtained.
Daily. 125c-tf 152i'n As soon after the conference as
possible, Professor Scott will leave
LOST-Red Parker Pen. Name L. S. for Cambridge university, England,
house on East Van Antwerp on it. Call 2545-R. where, from July 6 to 10, he will at-
oom house on Reward. 52; tend a very important conference on
house on Soutf LO -Gruen wrist watch s extra-mural teaching. This meeting
LOSTGrue writ wach.Initials,
a first class L. M. R. on back. Ca i 409-W 536 will be attended by delegates from all
or that I will Elm 152 the leaning universities of the world.
rbor city prop- Professor Scott has also been ap-
Dwyer, Room LOST-Fur neck peice in box at Maj. pointed by the Executive Committee
z Bldg 151c-4 Return to Maj. office. Reward. of the American Association of Uni-
se___shn1520 versity Professors as a delegate to the
sshoes, andFOUND--~ next meeting of the British Society for

I appa Nu Captures iraudballi up
Kappa Nu defeated Delta Sigma Phi
3 to 2 Saturday afternoon for the fra-
ternity handball championship. The
early matches were evenly divided but
harder training told te tale and
wicked drives and close tollows prov-
ed the undoing -of Delta Sigma Phis
in the final game. Kappa Nu will be 1
given a loving cup for the champion-
ship and 65 points on the Intramural
athletic chart.1
Completed figures of the changes in
standings because of the handball
tournament wil be published in to-
morrow's Daily.

HAMILTON BUSINESS C

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Prof Lewis to Resume Classes 4
Prof. Howard B. Lewis, of the physi-
§' >. ological chemistry department, who
has been unable to meet his classes for
. .r. :-fthe past/five days, is expected to re-
turn to his duties by the end of this
-week.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
CIOM1ING WEDNESDAY
John A. Cervenka i M 2 ma4 cM .'Ance presents
John A. Cervenka, recently elected i N
treasurer of the City of Chicago, has
been indicted by the federal grand
jury there on a charge of illegal'y
possessing and transporting liquor.,
If found guilty ne faces a prison term
and fine. -Ie denies the charge. --
MIMES GIVES PLAYS DOUGLAS A LA
FOR LEAGUE BENEFIT MACLEAN
The iamous ]EO"TENTOT Star
Members of Mimes. under thz e i I - --

STATE & WILLIAM STS.

T2e w

T ' F
FOR, RENT OR SA

41 203 S. Thay-
7 p. m.

151p-2
FOR SALE-Large comfortable. fum-
med o agvenport. Genuine leath- 1
er cu hiln. Js thet'hing for'a1
fraternity-house. Call 2560-W.
152
FOR SALE-Ford racer. Ames body,
good condition, good tires, $65.00
cash. Phone 1751-J, or write Box
T-J. M. Daily. 152p-2
,OR SAFE-Thoroughbred airedale
pup, 10 months old. Call 131 Saline.
Inquire W. -S. Elfring, 318 N. Ann
Arbor St'. 152p-3
FOR SALE-Airdale puppies from
registered parents. Phone 197-F-22,
Saline. Fred Kleinschmidt.
145p-33'
FOR SALE-Cornet-trumpet model.
Good condition. A bargain. -pp1y
210 . S. Thayer. Phone 3083-M.
150p-3
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Only SIX MORE-
WEEKS of SCHOOL
Have you made your {
plans for summer?
Do not wait until it is too late to]
sign for territory. Students from
Michigan averaged five hundred
dollars clear for summer work.
Come in and look over their re-
ports and reserve your territory.
H. J. LEADER
Tel. 3221-- 622 E. Liberty
Across from Spe4dings
149c-10
MNSCELLAIEOS
FLINT STUDENTS-Heated sedan
leaves Friday nights returning Sun-
day night. Railroad rates. Phone
1394-J. 97c-21
RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50. 135c-tf
REAL ESTATE
CAVANAUGII LAKE COTTAGE
New and pretty, large screened porch,
fine lake front and view, good bath-
ing beach. Only $2,300. Terms if
you want them. F.' Roy Holmes,
113 . Main. 147-5
USED CARS
USED CARS
$65-$850
DORT, Oakland, Buicks, cords, and
others.
Staebler & Sons Garage
151c-3
FLOWERS

FOUND-A safe place to leave my
furs, where they are insured against
all losses at Zwerdling's Fur Shop.
150-31

Pure English

igan Union, gave a performance Fri-
day in Birmingham for the benefit of
the Women's league of the Univer-
sity. The attendance at the perform-
ance was large, $150 being cleared for
the League.
Three numbers were given by Uni-
versity students, while two other
acts were secured by the Birmingham
branch of the League. K. Y. Tang,
'4E, and C. N. Tavares, '25L, gave a'
musical number. The one act play
"Release" 'was presented with C. D.
Livingstone, '25, E. Parnall, '25, C.
Rees, '25, R. L. Davis.. ' ME. and H. 3.
Stimpson, '24, appearing in the cast,
L. E. Ames, '24 S .of M., and M. A.j
Peterson, '25, gave several impersor,-
tions
CURATOR TO JOIN
RESEARCH PARTY!
Norman L. Wood, curator or birds
in the University museum, has been
grUnted one year's leave of absence
by the Board of Regents and will ac-
company as Michigan's representa-
tive the exploration party to be con-
ducted by Ginling college in Nanking,
China. The Board of Regents approv-
ed the acceptance of an invitation by
Ginling college to unite with them in
this expedition which will cover cer-
tain parts of China. The Chinese in-
stitution is to pay all expenses of the
undertaking.
Professer Vibbert Addresses Guild
Prof. Charles B. Vibbert, of the phil-1
osophy department, spoke before thej
members of Hobart guild Sunday eve-
ning at Harris hall on the subject,
"Christianity's Responsibility in Some
Present Day Problems'

A

AND BE
SATISFIED

A Genuine Chocolate
Malted Drink for

1112 W. Washington

Plione 35317,

'C

H.H iS ISUUSSS
1 INIVFRSITY 6fRAR1IA? S

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TRY

LECTRO

Isn't it true that you would paint your floors oftener if
you didn't have to keep the house upset so long waiting
for the paint to dry?
Wouldn't you do it oftener if you could paint one half ef
the floor one d4'y, then move the furniture over from the
other half and paint that the next day?
Well, that's just what you can do with Lowe's Hard
Drying Floor Paint. This fact, together with the way it
stands wear and tear is the reason it is used so much on
restaurant floors and ship decks.
Come in uand ask for descriptive litcratur
OSWALD HERZ

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Read The DailyT "Classified" Columns

DEALERS

PHONE I

T- _V W I 80 r. w 0 Yb $ ' r a 1+.
WANTED-Position in fraternity, ser .I
ority, hotel, cafete:,a, or restaurant DESCRIBES XETHOIS EMPLOYED
by. man and wife. Wife first class IN SELECTING 2EN IN,
cook and good manager; husband FACTORIES
will do anything. Best of Ann Ar-
bor references. Write Box M. C. Daily. "Forget for the first three years
149p-4 after you leave school that you are a
STENOGRAPHERS WANTmt' college nen," said Mr. H. H. H-ills,

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I,

wit

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VACATION. Students seeking em-
ployment as stenographers during
the summer vacation are requested
to make out application at the Sec-
retary's Office. - 151-3
WANTED-Student washing and iron-
ing, also mending, work guaranteed.
Mrs. Pemburton, 540 Detroit St.,
Phone 3105-M.1 150-3

'03M, vice-president of distribution
for the Packard Motor Car .company
of Detroit, in his talk concerning
"Business Methods and Principles"
Sunday afternoon at the Union. Mr.
Hills stressed the fact that there was
nothing mysterious about the busi-
ness world and that the most simple
rules of clean living, regular habits,
and hard work would insure the suc-
cess of any person.
In his capacity as head of the
branches of the company, Mr. Hills
has had much experience in employ-
ing men. The fact' that during the

TROLLEY TO DETROIT FROM
THE VARSITY DOOR

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Direct Service for
Michiga n Students

WANTED TO RENT-House by June
30 with ten rooms or more. Best
references, Mrs. Mary Myers, 741
Rademacher Ave., Detroit. 152p-7 I

FLOWERS

Plants

Corsages

On Fridays hereafter, commencing May 4, a Special
Limited Cdr will leave Hill A uditriun siding On
the Campus at 1, 2, 3 and 4 P. M. for Detroit.

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WANTED-Cook

about 20 men.
1005 Lincoln.
HELP WANTED-
sorority desires
1287.
TYPEV
YOU GET PROM]
service when y
are TYPED by
DLES BOOKS
Arcade.

in fraternity foi first two years that a man is in the
Woman preferred. company's employment he is a distinct
3003-. 152-3 liability was forcefully brought out
-Delta Delta' Delta by the speaker, and that because of
dish washer. Call this fact the most careful methods of
152p selection of future employment must
be used. One test that the Packard
WRITING company applies to all applicants is
PT AND ACCURATE that of companionship.
tour MANUSCRIPTS After his talk an informal discus-
EXPERTS at BID- sion was held during which more de-
STORE. 11 Nickels tailed questions of the automobile in-
1fc-tf dustry and business as a whole were
'-4 taken up.

P alms and Ferns
to Rent
FLOWERS BY WIRE
CousinsE & all
611 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE.

Save Jloney by Travehng
the Trolley Way

A. H. CADY, Supt. . C.

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PHONE 1I5

11

EXPERT Typewriter Repairing, all
makes. Ann Arbor Typewriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
Block. 123c-tU
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment in
Amberay Apts. for summer months.
" 152p-3
BOA"D
For Snappy Service at breakfast or
any other time, try R E X' S CLUB
LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls orig-
inated. 122c-tf
FURNITURE
DO YOU KNOW we have the most
completely equipped plant in the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-
ing and Upholstering of furniture?
Phone 381-W. P. B. HARDING.
88c-21
GOWNS
GOWNS for Afternoon and Evening
Wear
Negligees and Netheralls

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SAXOPHONISTS TO
PLAY FOR C. OF C. 8
At the Chamber of Commerce Y E L IA
ILuncheon club gathering Tuesday P N EI 4 4 5O R-AnoEteSLpnecAof h
noon the Saxophone club of theE
University band will be featured. The ARE THE UNIVERSALLY KNOWN
speaker will be Carlton Pierce, mana--THESE
ger of the band, while Robert Camp-
bell, University treasurer, will act as
chairman. The songmaster is to be,
Mr. Kenneth Westerman.
Appearing with the Saxophone sex-
tette will be one of the. soloists who
tett wil be ofthe oloitereentBUIL T EXPRESSL Y FOR TA XI SER VICE
accompanied the band on its recent M UL X R SL F R T X E VC
trip. This is the second University
program that the club has put on,
the football team being guests of LARGE, ROOMY AND BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED.
honor earlier in the eyar.
All members who wish to attend the Operated by Leading Cab Compaesin all Princip
luncheon should phone 46 as soon as
possible to insure reservations.
EXPERIENCED AND CAREFUL DRIVERS
Oratory Winner to Give Speech i
Gerrit Demmink, '23, who is to rep-

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pal Cities

For
to

e cut-flowers and plants go
ge BISCHOFF, 220 Chapin
. 809-F-1. 106c-21

resent the University in the Northern
Oratorical contest to be held at the

YOU E SHR

PHONE 44b

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