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ICHISAN NINE
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(Continued from Page One)
ach Fisher will probably start1
ker in the crucial game with Ben-
acting in the role of relief pitcher
y will be sent against Minnesota
MIonday. The remainder of thel
rerine lineup will be the same
i past games.
.e squad will leave Ann Arbor to-
ow for the two game series with
iesota, games being scheduled for
lay and Tuesday. Jablonowski
work in Tuesday's contest. The
ters have a likely looking team.
season with Gussie pitching in
t style. He held Iowa in check
week while his teammates pound-
e Hawkeye twirler for 6 runs, the
e ending 6-1
e Oeschger of the Giants is now
nly member of the Oeschger pit-
g family in the big show. Joe's
ger brother George received th e
known once over by Pittsburg
has been turned loose. George
ots of promise but not enough to
ant holding him now in the op-
of the Pirate bosses.
If followers see little hope of
rica lifing the British women's
pionship trophy the coming sum-
The title never has been won
n American. There was a con-
able hope, however, that the cov-
honor would be brought across
tlantic this coming June. At one
it seemed probable that not only
Edith Cummings, 'U. S.. cham-
would go abroad to compete In
lassic but that Miss Glenna Col-
'nd Miss Marion Hollins, both for-
champions, would accompany her.
w it seems, none of the three will
Ale to make the trip.
e time limit for the first round of
:raternity tennis tournament has
extended to Saturday. This has
done because of the difficulty of
ng a five man team together. No
round matches will be accepted
'.aturday.
immie the adtaker" sells anything
Uy.-Adv,

so that the women students of physi-
Ical education can conveniently att nd
classes under Dr. Bell on the Water- tI l

Entries for the all-campus tra1Ck
meet are now being accepted at thei
intramural office.
Sweaters for the Dent basketball
team, class champions, are now at the
l intramural office.
The class hard ball schedule for this
week is as follows:
Monday, May 5-Soph Engineers vs.I
Senior engineers; Wednesday, May 7-
Medics vs. Fresh engineers; Thursday
May 8-School of Education vs. Soph
lits.
All hard ball games start at 4:15
o'clock.
The following games in the fresh-#
kman group horseshoe tournament must
be played before Wednesday, May 7
and the scores turned in to the intra-
mural office: Team 4 vs. team 9;
team 1 vs. team 5; team 2 vs. teap 6;
team 3 vs. team 7.-
Kamin should get In touch with
Myers to get his tennis match played'

ainrnnnrnman side.
Upstairs, the present intramural
offices will be remodelled for extra
hand ball courts. Across the hail will
Returning from their summer vaca- .1e a wrestling room. Adjoining this
tions next autumn, habitues of Wat- will be a class room for physical edu-
erman Gymnasium will find an entire- cation students, and a folding door on
ly renovated interior, conveniently re- the wrestling room will convert the
modelled. Much of the work of re- whole into a convenient lecture room.
modelling is now going on. f
In the basement a faculty athletic Will Give Motbei Day Play
room is being fitted out. It will con- Champaign, Ill., May 3.-"The Hot-j
tain, when completed, show facilities tentot", a society farce by Collier and
and indiv'idual lockers for faculty Mapes, is the play selected by the pub-j
men. Two handball courts, one squash lic speaking department of the Uni-!
court and one volley ball court are be-- versity of [llinois for presentation on
ing out, and various gymnastic ap- Mothers' Day.
paratus is being installed.
On the first floor of Waterman Gym- DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
nasium a complete change will be BIG RESULTS--
made. Intramural athletics will move ON LITTLE INVESTMENT
their headquarters into the present
quarters of Dr. John Sundwall. Con-,
tiguous to Dr. George A. May's present
offices, a series of four offices will
be arranged to accommodate Dr. Sund-
wall, Dr. Margaret Bell, Dr. George _
A. May and Coach Elmer Mitchell.
This will comprise the "physical edu-
cation suite", and in them will be per-
formed the administration duties of . or'

Michigan, Under lederhilt of Ror-

match. flis opponent, in all proba- but from all indications they will be
1)ility, will be Captain Croll, the made up of Rorich-Brick and Hodg-
Farmer leler who has had much man with either Vose or Crane.
tournament experience and who is Having taken the measure of In-
expected to furnish lively opposition diana and the Saginaw Tennis club
for the Michigan reprssentative. the Wolverine racquet weilders feel
Brick, who has yet to meet defeat quite confident of putting up an ex-
this sea son, will carry the Maize andI hibition that will bring a win over
Blue in match nunber two with Hodg- the Farmers.
man, Vose, and Crane following in
respective order. The doubles team "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
has not been definitely decided upon quickly.-Adv.

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- Winning Sreak
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.MAK'E REMAINDER OF VARSiTY

Varsity tennis men will meet the
AT. A. C. court squad at 1 o'clock this
afternoon at the Ferry field courts in
what is expected to be a hard fought
match.
Captain Rorich will lead the Wo-
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Breeches and ICkers
Riding and Hiking Breeches, and Tweeds, Moleskins,
Corduroy, Gabardine, Whipcords, 0. D. Wool, etc. The
prices range from $2.98 to $6.00. A good selection at $3.69.
All styles in materials in Knickers for Men and Won'en, they
are priced from $1.98 up.

by appointment.

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Your Porch Floor Look.?

If your porch floor is a bit dingy
and scuffed and worn-looking,
then we have some good news
for you. We have a Porch Floor
Paint that will make a miracu-
lous change in the appearance of
your porch.
This Porch Floor Paint of ours
comes in beautiful shades-one
of which will be sure to ble'nd

and harmonize with the color
scheme of your house. And this
paint goes on so easily and evenly,
that you can put it on yourself
with most satisfactory results.
Then,too, itisas wear-proof and
weather-proof as it is possible to
make a paint. Try a can and see
what an improvement it will
make. It won't cost you much.

Raincoats - Top coats

Every Top Coat and Raincoat must go. Tweed, Crav-
anettes, Overplaids, etc. ALL SIZES in Slickers and Rain-
coats. Prices greatly reduced. $7.50 Slickers now $5.98.
$6.50 now $5.39. $5.50 now $4.45. And in other Rain..
coats they range from $2.98 to $7.75.

A Record Service
That will please yqu
The Brunswick precedent of continuous record re.
leases has met with instant favor. Now no more
waiting for weekly or monthly releases. Drop in
any time-and hear the latest records just received
from the recording laboratories. You will prefer
Brunswick records for their clearness and rare wusi.
cal quality. We will be glad to play Brunswick
records for you at any time.
4 A few recent Brunswick records follow
BLUE EVENING BLUES--Isham Jones Orchestra
NOBODY'S SWEETHEART-Isham Jones Orchestra
YOU CAN TAKE ME AWAY FROM DIXIE
Rai Miller's Orchestra
WAITING FOR THE RAINBOW--
-Carl Fenton's Orchestra
toffict P'hono Shops
110 E. Washington St.
616 E. Liberty St.

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PORCH FLOOR PAINT
When you paint your porch you'll probably want to varnish or paint
your porch furniture. We have an excellent Lowe Brothers Paint or
Varnish specifically prepared for that work-in fact, we can supply
you with a high quality paint or varnish for any painting you have
in mind. Phone or stop in at the store. We'll be glad to tell you how
easily and economically you can paint.
OSWALD A. H ERZ 112 W. Washington

Surplus Sipplies Store

Ann Arbor
Restaurant

"It Pass to Walk a Few Blocks"

215 S. Main St.

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213 N. 4TH AVE.

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