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fTHE MICHIGAN VASLY

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11 :H! HERW01KIN O lug them, closely,
PROCESS OF WEEDING~ OUT WFalters are amor:
-hurlers, while Hi
;ontinued frorn Page Six) 'haive shown good
uture, as he covers a lot of al others.
d. eOhringer is also a goodl AnctL er cut w~i
ect for futu~re development. j(Rucer ,.t; quad
r is another likely looking m an oti oer cuts Will ui
ch Fisher has been loing over soon ,though it W
of the pitchers and catchers tlage ne
line on them for next ,year.1
Y and Baker~ seem to be the hostj It's true eifili
receivers, wth Merriman chas- Classiefleds-Adv.

y. Gillfinghamin and
)g the best of the
ickley and Slater
s;tuff, as have svr
ovr' made which re-
to tWenty -'Iv n
udoubt edly 1e made
11l probably not bie a.
[ency to use Daily

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DEOS UC FEAT OHIO STATE

Quiz Gridh Star In
HazingAlMystery

SIFIE
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The followiing Box IReplies are at the
Daily Office: CIlS,'It, CPC, CI,
ABQ, AILS, Jake, Pi,, 18, 12, MC1
BC, lRT.
Classified Raes.Twocetsa word1
a day, paid in advace. Minimum
charge for first day, 2c. AMiimutn
thereafter, 20c. Thriee cents per word
per day if charged. White space
charged for at rate of live cents per
agate line.. Classifieds, charged 6nly
to those having phones.
Phone, 960.
NJOTICE

SITUATION WANTED-Cook (male.'
colored, cooking school gradiuate)"
wvishes work in a fraternity whvlere
+good cooling and econo'mical man-
Sag;ement would be appreciated. G.
W. Station A, 547, Champaign, 111.
" 169p-1.0
W'ANTED-Young mani student, fond
of boys and. out-of-doors things, to
spend summer up north as tutur
comppnion for disadvantaged boy of
twelve . Address Dox CHS.
_____ _____ 7lp-3
WANTED-Pastry cook and meat
cook. Splendidl opportunity forumrepo en.fWiea1'
once. Mrs. Geo. Chambers, Pine:l
Cottage, MNackinac IANlands.

(Continued from Page Six)
son, 5 feet 7 Inches;- Edmunds, Wat-
kin,, nd Wildmian, 5 feet 6 inches.
Ohiio State: Cuthrie, 5 feet 8 inches;
.focomn, 7 feet, 4 inches; Johnson, 5
feet 3inches.
f - .md(l umrp---Mich,'pa n : Snider, 21
fect 9 -- In:ch~es; Stern,' 20 feet 8 in-
ches; tiisnt, 20 feet 4 inchies. l'i-
noi s: ;W:11lae, 22 feet 5 inches; Ed-
monnd ,, 22 1eet21- inch; Werner, 22
feet G 1-114 ihe. Ohio State: Snyder,
20 f'eet ; 3-4 inches; Wolfe, 19 feet 9
inches; T~ampert, 19 feet G 3-4 inches.
Shot put---Michigan: Doyle, 42 'feet
6 inches; D1er, 37 feet. Illinois: Mc-
Larry,- 39 feet 7 inches; Wheeler, 38
feet, 11 1-2 inchecs; Wills, 34 feet 2
1-2 inches. Ohio State: Snyder, 39
feet 1-2 inch; Carver, 34 feet 9 1-2 in-
ciies; Wolfe. 32 feet 8 1-4 inches.
Discus-Michigan: Doyle, 118 feet
2 inches; D1er, 117 feet 1-2 inch; Wall,
98 feet 7 Inches,. Illinois: no competi-
tors. Ohio State: Guthrie, 108 feet 3
3-4 inches; Roses, 107 feet 10 1-4 in-
ches; Ralston, 101 feet 1 1-4 inches.
Javelin--Michigan: Groshiko, 141
feet 1 inh; McKenzie, 140 feet 4 in-
ches. Illinois:' Pasmas, 102 -feet _10
inchces; Rutter, 157 feet 7 inches;
Stresser, 140 feet 9 inches. Ohio State:
Ashburn, 158 feet 10 1-2 inches; Gru-
sko, 1283 feet 3 3-4 inches; Snyder,
125 feet.
Pole vault-Michigan: Viant, 10
felt 6 nehies; Rhodes,.and Wilson, 10
feet. Illinois: Edmondis and Kell, 11
feet; Willman, ,10 fee[ G6 inches; John-
son, 10 feet.

S INTEURTIONAL CURT
iSpr Ingficld, Ill., May 28 -(1..y A.P.)
-To withhold our support from the
proposal of an international court
would be to ignore our long standing
oilfc ts for peace anid as a party repud-
iate our specific pledges of every pres-
idential campaign since 1919, U. 'S.
Senator Simeon D. Ftss of Ohio said
in an address here last night before
the Illi ois Historical association.
Objections to the plan are not con-
vincing. Senator Foss declared, add-
inlg that the argument. that the pro-
posal would put the United .Statesl
.nto the League of Nations "is ab-
surd".

"Chuck" Palm11er
"Chuck"'Plmr football and base-
ball star at Xorthwjestern university,
is one 'of the students who has beent
questioned closely regarding the 'dis-
appearance of Leighton .Mvount, the,
student. Whose body was found recent-,
ly undre~eath a Bier at Evanston", Ill.
Palmer denies aliy knowledge of thef
circum~stances regarding Motunt's dis-
appearanice.
Chemical $ociety to Meet Today
The University of Michigan section
of the American Chemical society
will meet at 4:15 o'clock today in
room 303 of the Chemistry building.
Mr. G: G. Brown -of: the chemical en- 1
gineering department' will read a pa-
per on "trhe COheistry of an Automo-
bile Engind.'"
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There's zest like winning
a race when you-
Delicious and Refreshing
® \, sz. rThe Coca-Cola Co.. A

Intramural items
All cevents i the fraternity track
meetvwil lhe fheld at 3:30 o'clock>, Fri-
day afternoon on Ferry field. Many of
the tea.. co which com~peted in the jin.-
door meet have, entered and a rova, s
battle in many of the events is look-
ed' for.
CThe All-apstrack meet will be
held at 2: 30 o'clock:, Saturday afite:r
neon -on Fer.ry field. Enrtries for all
of the events will be acce-pted froiii.
tO<la' until thre time of the first event
at Ferry field. Athzletes garnering five
points in the meet will be a Vaiydecl
numierals, and those gatherinig thtree
poin ts. will be given 'track 'shirts. Memn-
bers of the Varsity ahnd th~e all-fresh
squad have been barred froin all ol
the .events.
If that check didn't come, let "Jim-
mie" sell something for you to tidF
you over.--Adv.
Daily Classifieds for real results.-

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DON'T- FORGET
Smith Tire Repair
Oldest and most reliable place
to bu~y tires.
Kelly Springfield Diamnond Tires
128c..V'f
FOR, ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed-
nesday issue of 'the Da1ily. I 26c-tt
Dance at Jim Burke's Whitmore bake
Dan cing Pavilion. Elvery Friday and
Saturday night. Also Decoration+
Night. 172-5
Closing out all silk underwear and
negligees at 25 percent' discount. Jane
Singleton Shops. 171c-5
FOR EN
FOR ,ENT-Five or six room hoiuse,
furnished, for summer, beginning
June 15' or July 1. Terms very rea-
sonable. 1904 Forest. Phone 2'936-
R.'1.72
FOR RENT-Two light housekeeping
rooms, furnished,; modern,, use :of
electric wash er, etc. 514 N. State
St. Phone 3422. 171-2
HOME TO RENT-Five steamn heated
rooms in modern hoine,, furnished,
for housekeeping for adults. Dox
MLS. 171P73

172p-3
WVANlED-R'oomnexbt semlester in ex-
change for services. Will, rent one
Iif reasonable, Box J.T.1V.
172p-21I
.WANTE-Laundry to do at hom; e;.
dresses and fine work preferred. 4
rPhone 2532-W. 170-G6
WANTED-Family washing, soft wa-
ter, dried ouit-doors. Phone 3105-;M.
170-3
student help wanted to finish semes-
ter and for sumhmer. Acade Cafe-
teria, Nickels Arcade. 170p-3
BUIIESS OP'OR'TIUNITY
WANT EM TEN more
men for suimr
work If at all inter
ested in making big
money see me at once.
H. J.. Leader
{ Tel. '221-J 622 E. Liberty
1 Across from Speddings.
17c-10

GIVES iVAGEi NCREA1SE
Chicago, May 23. -{13y A.P.} -A
wage increase estimated to involve
an annual expenditure of approxi-
mately $1,800,000 hias been given 24,-
670 shopcraft employes, stationary en-
gineers, firemen, and laborers by the
Baltimore and Ohio- railway,. the
Ultd States Railroad labor bureau
was notified today. The increase be-
camne effective May 16. The raise in-
creased the shop 'craft hourly wage
to 73 cents,. three cents above the la-
ber board scale. The Baltimore and
Ohio maintenance of way, employes
received an increase recently.
Other roads today advised the board
that increased wages have been grant-
ed to.: certain lasses' of employes.
SkilledClimber
T o Replace Globe

AMBITIOUS STUDENTS
WANTED TO.INVESTIGATE
The Guy W. Elis Realty Co.'s
Employment Proposition
FREE TRAINING --PROS 1PCTS
EVER.Y ASSISTANCE
Good Reinuneraf ion -Investigate
CkLLL 'THURSDAY - FRIDAY, 7.8 p.m
Room 302f - Michigan Union

STRWTY JIM~ CO~Hx

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HFEPLER'S
STUDENT
LUNCH

409 EAST J.EFFERSON .ST.

The Great American Sweetmeat
Teeth were diven to m~an to~ use
Like" our muscles, they need ex~ercise
and plenty of It.
WRIQIJEY'S provides pleasan
action for- your teeth-.also, the soi
dum penetrates the crevices any
cleanses the~n.
Aids di estion by Icreasin4 the flo
ofsaliva which your stomach needis
Use WRIGLEY'S after every meal-
see how much better you will feel.
7'ke perfect gm izs made under
conditions of absolute cleanli-
ness from pure materials, and
.comes to ,you in. sanitary wax-
wrapped pa'ckets. _.

FOR RENT-Furnished lower fiat for
'summer. Also rooms for summer
students. 555 Packard. Corner of
H:iil. Phorne 1951-R. 172-3
FOR R ENT-4hree furnished light-
hou,_e keeping rooms. 1025 Vaughnu
St. Phone 2418-W. '1721
IrOR RENT-Funished six room
hous'e for summrnner. 423 Cross St.
Phone 2990-Al. 171p-2
LOST-Stonienmarten choker, Wcdnos-
(day night between ull hauditorin
and Lincoln Ave. R.eward.'
1711)-2
LOST-Shell-rimined glasses' with
broken 'bows between Washtenaw
and Natural Science building. Re-
ward. Call 2741-M. ,17215
LOST--lTuesday' morniing tn Library a
beaded bag containig small sum
of money. Finder ,please call 1722
R. 17211
LOS'T-Silver )iversharp with initials
CB.C. , Call' Cumm~ings, 419-J.
172p-3
REAL ESTATE
University instructor leaving Ann Ar-
bor, will sell beautiful six 'room
house with good lot and garage.
$7,500 and $1000 for quick sale.' Call
-143-W. - -170c-3
W1RT lRIV YOU?
H~av'e a easpi buyert for a $6,000.to
$8,000 house. Want~ good location
either East or West Side. Phone 866
or 3'07. Eimmer L1. Brooks. Savings
Bank Buildling. 172c-2
T Pi SALEA
FOR SALE-0'4d foiu'r-door sedan.
If 'you want- to save some money
on 'a brand new" car call Paton.
2951-W. -170-tf
FOR .- SjUZ-Halmilton-B~eachI Vibra-
tor.' Phone 1209'.172p~
$85 dASH-Fo~d roadster, 1918 motor,
transmission, rear end, completely
overhauled, '23 license, new tires.
Bess, 2044-R. 171-2
TYPWRITEM
EXPER'T Typewriter Repairing, all
makres. An~n Arbor Typewriter Ex-
change. Phone 866. 9 SvneBn
Bxock.123c-tf1
FLOWERS

STUDE NT SALE'SMEN
"Ae have openings in M1ichigan, In-
diana, Illinois,. and Kansas. Will be
fglad 'to tise you (during vacation. Good
'commhissioil, contracts, bgig money sell-
i ng our Health and Accident Policy to'
Professional and Business men. We
give you every assistance to success.
Address or call 11. J. "Moran.
11,08 Packard tit., City
Agency Supervisor
i 17 0-12
~WE will' hire TEN more STUDENTS
for the SUMMER. W4ages 75c to $1
an hour. Outside work. Apply 'at
613 Packard St. 7-10,p. in.
171c-3
MISCELJLANEOUS
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY. Brigg your repairs where
shoes are made. Sport shoes made
to order-one week service. We
specialize in attaching double- crepe
soles, to your shoes at regular
prices. We manufacture all kinds
of shoes.. Student agents wanted..
534, Forest avenue. Call 3043.
170c-12
Lawn Mowers sharpened., Money back
guarantee. Call Larned Hardware,
310 S. State St. Phone 1610.
165c-tf..
YOU NEED BRUSHES !
The Fuller ind-oldest and best!
Call for our representative, and a free
brush. 1158-J. 161c-21
HOUSECLEANING
WE Make your house clean without
paint. We do both interior and ex-
terior washing. City House 'Clean-
tug Ctn., Phone 1995-J. 152c30
EXPERTS on washing windows at
reasonable prices. City Window
Cleaning Co. Phone 1995=J. 153c30
RUGS SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works,
Phlone 50. 135e-tt
FURNITURE
D(' YOU KNOW we have the most
completely equipped plant in thae
country for the Repairing, Refinish-,
ing and Upholstering of furniture.
Phone 381-W. P. B. HARDING.
' 88c=2'1°
TYPE WRITING
YOU GET' PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at DID-

1-arry L.' Wilcox, '24E, of London,
Canada, who has, already achieved
,famae on the campus as skilled climb-
er by removing the flag of '26, which
the freshmen pla'ced on top of the
campus flag pole last fall, will again
mnake 'the clangerous trip to the top,
to replace the globe which was blown
down from the 'pole a cha~rt time ago.
The globe, which is 'of 'brass', weighs
1 5 pounds, and is 15 inches in diam-
eter. Wilcox has also been employed
to repaint the pole. He will start
work this-afternoon at 1 o'clock.

You Jive Acid1Mouth'!
Everybody has it to some extent. "Acid Mouth"
gradually' dissolves the enamel of the teeth. De-
tay and suffering wi' start, sooner -or later.
You may lose your teeth long before you should
-unless you
Stop It Now
oucan do that by using Mag-Lac, the Milk of
Magnesia Tooth Paste. It corrects acid mouth.
Large tube 50c, lasts 11 weeks

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Get good values cheap, thru
Classified columuns.-Adv.

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DRINK
AND BESAIFE
WILLIA 34. HPEI1W
PAA
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Standard fixtures, made to near,
Ask ouar prices- ben compare.
-- . r. Quick.
W FE want it distinctly under-
'Tstood that we install only
superior fixtures but our prices
are as right as right can be-
they match our work.

C"ALKINS-FLETCHER
1103 State St. 324 S. State St.

DRUG CO.
State and Packard

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lo a~ostroking over a shirt just launderedto
see if we actually did as we advertised.
Th e shirt was sent minusa button, and
not only was it replaced but weeeven
,ateced the 'buttonso his shirf.

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