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THE M1CHICIAN DAILY

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Head. lcxt 1Fall;
Accomuin,,Wate

$90) PER
Al) ItEIUCI)U

Iall, the first men's dorm-
campus, will be ready for
y next. fall, according to
the latest issue of the
ninus. The new building;,;
son Sybil street, just!
ry ffield, has been named
hie late Frank W. Fletch-
pena, a former Regent of

InIaIr!Iemy~ard low hurles, half mile relay tA S tF~ 5W SIDbndtlx
Al emFinal sadnsill thbzfiatcerniv )r lilfll fl the new .
All r: tasor men in the fraternity, '101";eslloo Iouirin ant will be postedl Sit IUIIIOlflL J foelleasth4
All-campi°us sing;lc: and doulbl :s horse-' 0,1u01 bulle tin b>oa.rd in the Inztramur-; en from
U l o t o u r n a r u i n t s n h o « w e r e n o t c a l l e d a 1 1 cfoaol l.A l o n s o b w s o
up iast night concerning the mnatches,' awarded will be placed Ofn the ailh- Returning franc its trip to Urbyana
teshldhave played by last Sat - I tic chart b- the endl of this week.,n IotaCiy heUiesityof Jinw
tlz. szoud ,theU~ive of JsnniFinal standings in frater~nity basebjall ?adIl iy'
zr. ;; houldi come to the Intramural: Michigan baseball nine, aspirants for# morning
h lave not been compiled. As soon as} tit he get
offici toclaY and seu about their msatch- ..hey as e they will be0 run in The Daily. ithe ofrnetl,~ulso f t__
es i th fist oundwhih mst e -Kalamazoo for a game with the West-
pltayed1 off by 5 o'clock this afternoon. - olJ ~ e taeNra greainti e
Faailure to play mxeanss immediate drop-1. H i-en tteNrml greaio hiZ
fpi1n ; from the list of contenders. All ; afternoon. Vt
menu interested in horseshoes should ' OutDoor Ill oiee nl The Normal students boast of an '~~f
beep. in touch with the Intramural ecptoalysrogcdamndtam Pfs to
'Items column each day as the rounds ! nbr fAeph os fBI this year and are couznting upon hsand- e sidecar-
w. ill be pushed with greater speed from inuse olernefbatngonthirTRide whej
now on owing to the fact that less than resciutatives and visitors will meeut at nthWovresabtigonhir fld,
1~ ~home lot. Kalamazoo has quite a f Parisdieal
three weeks remain during which In- 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Adelph i mocorcyc
traltirl'isnorts can be carried on. rooms, fourth floor University halliprIrepttofrtungotsngah-en-yous
# iletic teams in the past, and this year1 wh~or
All men who signed up for the s partr t ong,.heotofdo is no exception. Harley.]
lit baseball team should report at 2metn"3#y{Srkror-oan wlteth
ot'clockietomorracaie.nooyn o T hisA outside unectirg, whicha is to lmound for the Maize and Blue while
j 'cok omrowafenon non suh nbe held on the bulevard, is to be an iBotwlwrkbhntepae. I
Ferr fied fr prctic. Ay on ininnovation wvhich is being triad for thecBotwl 'ok eii h lt.I
the sophomore literary class who is a:isntkonwo ilptcfrth
goodbasballplaer ay rpor atfirst time this year. The purpose isisntkonwo ilptcfrth
the above time and he will be given to give the msembers practice in speak- Noetrmlinge hut itis1poabledthat
a chance to tryout for th e team also. ing In the open. Camnp are stories andthtwrigaeasensadfo
.I other novelties will be included in the this game.
prgrIn
The last dead line for the first roundpora__________ Making Repairs In G~ymnasium
of the All-campus tennis. singles and
doubles, and the second round of the Frosh Lit. Class Dues should beG Repairs are being made in Water- 1 ,y
fr aternity tennis tournament has been sent now to K. lMorganridge, 431 man gymnasium to tighten the coni-
st ao'lc togh.AlThompson .--Adv. I zontal IM.:r.. The supports will be cn-
matches that have not been played and-

rough the floor down to the
oom and there bolted.I
,r change will be ready for,
freshmen gym classes neat
ie wrestling mats will be talc-
the basement to thte northi-'
nr of the germ proper.
__________ -4
le"- starts work early in the!
for you and doesn't stop un-
!t RESULTS. --Adv.

Cerele Francals to Elect Officers
Le CerceeF!rancais will mneet at 7:30
o'clock tonight in room 202 south wing
of Vnii'ersity hall. Election of offi-
cers will be held at this time. All
m1embers; are urged to attend.
Patronize ThieDaily advertisers.A

RID L,

Neatly
Combed Hair
Neatly combed in the morning-
but what about three o'clock in the
afternoon?
For wiry, unruly hair-for soft,
~fluffy hair -- for any kind of hair
that won't stay combed all day use
Stacomb-then your hair will stay
combed just as you want it.
Ideal after washing your hair.
Leaves the hair soft and luistrous.
Ask your barber for a Stacomb
Rub.

. Rooms will be rented for $90 a se- 1
muestnr, exceptng a few corner rooms,
for which a slightly higher chajrge will
be made. Accommodations for 124 are
certain in the first unit of the bid
inil although 100 was the original
limit.
Considerable saving on the dormi-1
tory' has alive; fy been effected, ac-
Cording to the corporation financing
the building. The original cost of the
land was $10,600, but the actual price,
paid came only to $5,800, a saving of
$4,200. By a rearrangement, accom-j
nh lo ir~o 1,,.. ,..,, ,5F, . - ' I 3

R=G. U.S. PAT. QFFICZ

At all druggists.

- Mak~tses Hi tyC ue

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iIWodaiioIns ave been raised from 100iepc) i py ThU i timeLiU will U0eLthrown
to 124 for the same construction ap-1 out -of the tournament. This method!
propriation of $115,000. Overhead costs; must be resorted to as the time for the
will be practically eliminated, as the closing of Intramural sports is close,
offitbers and directors are membe'rs of at hand.' Those men who have not
the corporation serving withiout sal-! played their matches and do not know
ary. A Detroit high school teacher their opponents should call the In-
has beeni secured oto act as manager,4 tramural office sometime today and
while his wife will act as matron. get the name of their opponent and
-Estimates shoe that a surplus each play the match immediately.#
Year should be $9,720, which will be!
employed for the retirement of stock. Entries for the fraternity track meet
The annual income will be $26,780, must be .made by 5 o'clock Saturday,I
while the cost of operation, includ- May 19. Names of the men' and their
ing all expenditures, will, be $17,000, events are necessary for entry. The,,
leaving the surplus as stated above.I folowing events will be held: 100 yard
The trustee committee, which will dash, 220 yard dash, 440 yard dash, 880
hold one half of the common stock, is yard run, mile run, broad jump), l 1
composed of H. A. "Williams, Arthur J. jump, shot put, 120 yard high hurdles.
Tuttle, '954, and Paul Grey, '90. TheI°-
board of directors is composed. of the!
following alumni: Earl D. Babst, '93,
Oscar Webber, '10, C. B. DuCharme,
'06, H-on. Alex. J. Groesbeck, '93L, Wil- E
'98, Arthur C. Bloomfield, 95, George 1_
C. Genebach, '941., and C. H. Mooney,
____ ____FOR RENT or SALE
Summer Positions
Offered Senio rs1

C. H-. Lang, '15, assistant publica- 1
tions manager of the General Mlec-
tric comipany, will be in Ann Arbor
a.) I ay tod1ay to interview seniors
who4have ma~de arr'angements- to see'
him in regard to~ business positions in!
the c~ompany. Lan i -while at the Uni- I
versity was active in student publi-{
catjons and, was baseball manager.
Many students have made arrange-
ments to -see him , for business open-,
ings through Robert F. WienIke, '22.
Any others who so desire should;
call Wienke at 1460 -or inquire at room
405 of the union. The comprehensive
business course which is being con-
ducted by the General Electric comn-
pany is open to collewge graduates. It
is believed that through this school
the men may be- better trained for
administrative offices before actuallyl
assuming these positions.
Researchi Clab Meeting Postponed
Due to a conflict in dates the reg-
ular meeting of. the Research club for.
Mlay has been postponed from Wednes-
day, May 16, to Tuesday, May 23.
Frosh Lit. Class Dues should be4
sent now to K. :Morganridge, 431'
Thompson.--Adv.

AllI Leading Makes
Quality M'achiines
HAMILTON BUSINESS
COLLEGE
State & William Sts.
VICTOR ALLMMDI GER
PIANO TUNING
Scolof Vusc Tuner
PHION.E ZO82
Office at 'Res., 418 N. Dilvision St.

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T(KNIGHT at 7:30 we will formally; open our
~'doors to the public and we cordially invite
you to attend.
We will endeavor to carry such a stock of Jewelry
in our new State Street store as will enable us to
cater especially to the siudetand campus trade. ,
You will always find a special assortment of "M"
r Jewelry for your inspection.
"N
!&rthur 14# EtvnoIl b
STATE STREET JEWELRY .r.
302 SOUTH STATE-STREET
" ,If you fiud It impossible to attend our opening this evecuing, juake i 1 poit to drop ha
at your earliest convenience and et ucquaiinte~. You Will alaraYs fnd
us ready and wlling to seve you. "

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GIFTS FOR GRADUA'TION DAY!I

PYRALIN IVORY
TOILET. ARTICLES

COMPLETE' SETS pr SINGLE PIECES

Trhe Eberbach & Son
W0-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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ASK. FOR

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THE, CHOCOLATED DAIRY DRINK

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