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RAIN SLOWS DOWN
PRE[P TRACK STARS'
(Continued from Page One)
First heat-Won by Grim, Columbus
South High;' Jerrels, Lansing and
Levitt, Toledo Scott, tied for second.
Time-10.4 see.
Second heat-Won by Baldwin, Dan-
ville, Ill.; Eberlin, Toledo Waite. Time
-10.3 sec.
Third heat-Won by Rockwell, Deer-
field-Shields; Poole, Detroit Central.
Time-10.4 sec.
Fourth heat-Won by Burridgtf, St.
Johns; Cook, Toledo Scott, second.
Time-10.4 see.
Fifth heat-Won by Henson, Lan--I
sing; Mallette, Southeastern, second.
Time-10.6 sec.
Sixth heat-Won by Peters, Saginaw
Eastern; Stafford, Lansing, second.
Time-10.6 sec.
Seventh heat-Won by DeYoung,
Kalamazoo Central; Moor, Toledo'
Scott, second. Time-10.8 see.
Eighth heat-Won by Tait, North-
western; Campbell, Owosso, second,
Time-10.6 sec.
Ninth heat-Won by Stevens, Ply-
mouth, Mich.; Jones, Kalamazoo Nor-
mal High, second. Time-10.8 sec.
Tenth heat-Won by Lingelyn, Det-
roit Eastern; Fitzkee, Lasalle, Ill.,
second. Time-11 secs.
220 Yard Dash
First heat-Won by Stafford, Lans-
ing; Campbell, Owosso, second. Time
-24.6 sec.
Second heat-Won by Henson, Lan-
sing; Peters, Saginaw Eastern, sec-
ond. Time-23 sec.
Third heat-Won by Baldwin, Dan-
ville; Malette, Southeastern, second.
Time-22.8 sec.
Fourth heat-Won by Grim, Colum-
bus South High; Nixon, Wyandotte,
second. Time-23.4 sec.
Fifth heat-Won by Williams, Tol-
edo Waite; Phelps, Southeastern, sec-
ond. Time-24.8 sec.
Sixth heat-Won by DeYoung, Kal-
amazoo Central; Tait, Northwestern,
second. Time-23.4 sec.
Seventh heat-Won by Rockwell
Deerfield-Shields; Demshak, South-
western. Time-23.4 sec.
Eighth heat-Won by Burridge, St.
Johns; Jones, Kalamazoo Normal
High, second. Time-24 sec.C
Ninth heat-Won by Jerrels, Lan-
sing; Poole, Detroit Central, second.
Time 24.4 sec.

880 Yard Ran
First heat-Won by Baker, Saginaw
Eastern; Seeger, Northwestern, sec-
ond. Time-2:07.
Second heat---Won- by Carson, Ann
Arbor; Lauer, Arthur Hill, second.
Time-2:10.8.
Third heat-Won; by Cramer, St.
Johns; Thurston, Kalamazoo Central,
second. Time-2:06.
Fourth heat-Won by Dixon, Men-
oninee; Quantrell,. .Highland Park,
second. Tinie-2:;09.6.: -
120-Yard High Hurdles'
First heat-Won by Widman, Nor-
thwestern; Spence, Western, second.
Time-16.8 sec.
Second heat-Won by Loving, Cass
'Tech.;I Sangster, Detroit Central.
Time-18 sec.
Third heat--Won by Cuhel, Cedar
Rapids; Schroder, Battle Creek, sec-
ond. Time-16.8 sec.'
Fourth heat-Won by Baldwin,
Wichitia Falls; Harris, Owosso, sec-
ond. Time-16 sec.
440 Yard Dash
First heat-Won by Loftus, Cedar
Rapids; Craig, Deerfield-Shields;
Stoutenberg, Flint. Time 53.4 sec. .

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Freshman Cross anr
Country Men .To Al CU L L[ ot ;t" ,1h', !pJd
11ortant part in th d vlopmnt
Hold TnnualTRun T urt gno " i the lt3d S T ES
fr tkt 15..,>, ar , wl hothe haI
First-year men who are seeking an T ,9 o.vh d'. F. Torrywil
oopportunity to win class numeral ; l JOLT -t wi three. hhe meEN notOriAs icay
Comparat re Scores Point To Victory isweaters illave their ch-ance next offrieitahtiesat1'0reBeeree..eading ot oaeria l ihcrsa
For Ma!il ___________e____and______ n klg'th meicn lmpc;r
For Maize and Blue jTueslay whenCoach Ted Sullivan will At ioun i City team in a special tryout overseas,
Squad hold the anual Freshm-an cross coUn- -b TH E ALU3INUS Iarrison Thomson, American Rhod
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CROSBY PLAYS NUMBER FOUR
FOR FIRST TIME IN SEASON

Second heat-Won by Daily, Cass
Tech.; Rogers, Wyandotte; Kroll, De-
troit Central. Time-53.4 sec..
Third heat-Won by Reigel, Colum-;
bus South High; Templeton, Pinck-
neyville; Pauschert, Northern. Time
-52.4 sec.
Fourth heat-Won by Jackson,
Kalamazoo Normal high; Cooley, Kal-
amazoo Central; Stein, Lasalle. Time
-52.8 sec.
Shot put (six men qualify) Baldwin,
Wichitia Falls, Texas, 48 feet: 9 1-1
inches. Karsen, St. Joseph, 45 feet
(Continued on Page Eight) .
Singles matches in the all-campus
tennis tournament that must be play-I
ed by this noon-: Freihling, 981-W vs.
King, 1719-R; Olian; 732 vs. Thoma,I
595; Watts, 709 vs. Martin, 1805-1
Doubles-. Shaw-Osenbrugger, 1483-M
vs. Martin-Olian, 1805-R.
The following fraternity tennis
matches must be in by Monday: The-
ta Chi vs. Zeta Beta Tau. The rest
of the matches are not listed here due
to the fact that results from the last
rounds were not due until tonight.
The other contestants will be informedj
of their matches by phone.

In the second last home match of
the season, the Varsity golf team will
line up against the Indiana aggre-
gation at 8:45 o'clock this morning at
the Ann Arbor Country club.
Two changes will be present in the
Wolverine team. Dan Quirk will play
in the number one position, Captain
Smith participating in the number
two match. The second alteration in
th'e personel of the squad will put
"Bun" Crosby in the match as number
four man for Michigan.
Crosby's scores have improved con-
siderably during the past week, and
he beat out Feeley, Potter, Holdsworth,
and Prentiss for the position
Ed, Broderick will play number
three for the Maize and Blue team.
The Hoosiers will stack up against!
the Varsity with Carl Engstrom play-1
ing number one, Captain John Utley
number two, Gerald Redding number'
three, and Walter Brower number
four. The twosomes, which will be
played in the morning will bring
Quirk against Engstrom, Captain,
Smith against Captain Utley, Broder-
iak against Redding, and Crosby again-
st Brower.
The Purdue team has played two
Conference matches previous to the
match here today. The strong Illin-
ois team defeated Michigan's oppon-
ents at Urbana by a score of 23-1, and
the Purdue Boilermakers won a close
tilt from them, 14-9. Comparative
scores give the Varsity an edge.
In the best ball foursomes, which
will start at 1:15 o'clock in the after-
noon, Captain Smith and Quirk will
play Captain Utley and Engstrom,
wyhile Broderick and Crosby will op-
pose Redding and Brower.
Tle Michigan squad will have its
picture taken at 11:45 o'clock at. the
club.
IRVlN+ WARMOLITS, 0 -S C.
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
707Norht University Phone 265.

try run over the regular course.
The run will begin promptly at 4:05 TlDEN HAS TWO LE; ON
o'clock in the afternoon and Sully is THOlIN EY SIN(ES TROPHY
desirous that the participants in the
grind be in their uniforms and ready Play in the Fourteenth annual Na-
to start the race promptly at the ap- - tional Clay Court tennis tournament
pointed time. The men will all meet will start July 5 at the Triple A club,
at Waterman gymnasium and will be St. Louis, Mo.
under the direct supervision of Sulli- The first Clay Court championship
van who has had charge of the men was held in 1910, du to the increas-
training for the race and who will see ing popularity of clay court tennis.
that none but active trainers start Since that time, the meet has been one
with the gun. of the foremost events in the tennis
In order to give more men a chance world.
to win the coveted emblem, men who The 1910 title was won by Melville
have previously earned cross country H. Long in the singles and Fred G.
numerals will not be allowed to com- Anderson and Walter T. Hayes in the
pete. doubles. Hayes won the singles

Belgrade, May 23.-Trouble has
broken out in northern Albania, ac-
cording to the Politka. Insurgents
are reported to have captured Scutar!
and several other towns.

OLYMPIC TICKETS ON
SALE FOR WOMEN

| Louise Roberts, '26, has tak-
en over the sale of Olympic try-
out tickets among the women on
the campus. Miss Roberts urges
that all organized houses on the
campus co-operate with her and
subscribe for these tickets in
blocks. Tickets may also be ob-
tained by the women at the W.
A. A. office in Barbour gymnas-
ium. Tryouts will be held in
Ann Arbor May 30 and 31. The
tickets are good for either day.
I Price $1.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS LINE
Central Time (Slow Time)
Leave Chamber of Commerce
Week fDays Sundays
6:45 p. m. .:45 p. m,
JAS. H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
Pbone o-M . Adrian, MiWh.
Read the W ant A ds

championship the following year. Since
that time, the most prominent players
i the tennis world have competed in
the event, such menJ as t.Norris Wil-
liains, William M'v. Johnston, William I
T. Tilden II., Samuel Hardy and Willis
E. Davis having won the singles titles.
'ilden has won the singles for the past
two years. Howard and Robert Kin-
sey, the famous Pacific Coast doubles
team took the team championship in
n elaborate program of entertain-
EUROPE-ORIENT
. G . 1s'i1l
GOl E. uron St. Ph. 1384
[ ocal authorized agent for White Star,,
Cioard, U. S., Canadian Pacific, Red
Star, American, Pacific Mail, North i
German Lloyd, ?talian, French, Greek,
liamburg American, and A LL other
lmnes. Also, all College Tours on above
Lines can be arranged thru me. See!
Me early for best reservations. My
services on booking you are free
Write, phone or call.

scan itormie rmrceon star au
Seniors are urged to take ad- round athlete, has returned to th
vantage of the special A1lumnu United States to compete in the trial
I subserition raite of $2.50, good for the main body of candidates 1
only until June 1. The office this country.
of the Almni association in the Thomson, who has gone to Princ
son hw N cor er of Alumni Iton to complete his training, is ente
M\ orial hail is open daily from ea in the 110-metre high high hurdlE
JH '1AF and the shot put at the Eastern Olyn
,J"H 11 ADFIaE. pics tryouts. June 7, at the Yanke
Business manager. stadium. If successful he will go 1
Boston the following week for th
linal tryouts. In addition, he has ci
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything tered the decathlon, or the all-roni
quick1ly.-Adv. tryout June 10.

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SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at
GUV WOLFOLK & CO.
836 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, 3itch.

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WHITEHOUSE p& HARDY
BROADWAY AT 4QOhSTREET 144 WEST 42" S'TREET
MrTnROpOumTA lOPR t0 1Zou . KNICKz'.ROCsrRBUILDINO
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TERRACE CARDEN
DANCING STUDIO
We teach all modern, fan-
cy, ballet, and stage danc-
ing. We specialize in teach-
ing children.
OPEN ALL SUMMER
22 Wuerth Arcade
Phone 241-R
FOR RENT
[JNE AND JULY, furnished cottage
at Crooked Lake. Will accommo-
date six. Low rate. Call 296-M.

EVEN ROOM HOUSE
furnished convenient
available for summer.
call 2976-M.

completely
to campus,
Box 26, or

NFURNISHED APT 4 rooms and
bath. Cor. East University and
Vaughn St., McCrumb Apts Bldg.
Reduced to.$55.00. Call C. J. Merrill
579-R.
MISCELLANEOUS
YPEWRITING and mimeographing,
promptly and neatly done by experi-
enced operators at ,c onsiderate
prices. 0. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-'
ery Store.

WANTED
CAN USE two or three young men this
summer. Outside work. Position
can be made to pay very well. Write
or seej
Henry Meyering, Jr. Sales -Manager
The Meyering Land Company
727 Farwell Building
Detroit, Michigan.
AGENTS wanted, very attractive pro-
position. Call for appointment at
722 Arbor St. or phone 1597-W.
TROMBONE PLAYER. Also saxa-
player who doubles on any other in-
strument for summer at big resort.
Call 1170-M.
SIX PASSENGERS to go to Indian-
apolis races in closed car. Phone
1969-R.
STUDENT help wanted at Michigan I
Union Tap Room. Apply in person
to Mr. W. Herman. .
A FIRST and second cook-white, in
a summer camp of 100 people in the
northern part of the State. Wages
good. Call University 148-M. be-
tween 10 and 12 A. M.
STUDENT agents to handle a special-'
ty profitable side line. Call 296-M. 1
FOR RENT
TWO OR THREE or four rooms com-j
pletely furnished for house keepin gi
for summer months or longer if de-
sired. 923 Greenwood. Phone 28-
63-W.
CAN CARE FOR group in nice home
on East University Ave. for next
year. Florence Huddy, Box 125.
Ann Arbor.
FURNISHED house for summer, large
shady lot. Phione 721.a
High class warm, sunny rooms forl
senior, or graduate women or teach-
ers. Not student room type, but real
home rooms, beautifully furnished,
near campus. Not a rooming house.
Write Box 23, Daily.
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for elev-
en boys during -summer school and
next year. Phone 3507-J. 517 E.
Madison.
Apartment: consisting of living-
room, bed-room, dining room, kitchen-
nette and bath. First floor, no ob-
jection to children. Will rent either
furnished or unfurnished. Near Hill
Anditorinm. Ralph T. Swezey, 208

CO THIM LAShisE'CLU
CLOSESLI E CLOSE
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M

DERS FOR Engraving should be
laced now to avoid possible delays
nd disappointment.T 0D. Morril,
7 Nickels Armade, The Typewriter
Stationery Store.
Superifuous
FACIAL HAIRS

SUMMER HELP
- A PROFITABLE VACATION
YOU CAN EARN $1,000, learn the
various phases of the real estatet
business and get practical selling
experience during the summer vaca-
tion. Our representatives Mr. Pratt
and Mr. Tanney will talk to students
at the Business Administration=
Building, Thursday, May 29, 1924 t
at 2:00 P. M. An inspection trip1
to Detroit will be arranged at this
Stime. Interested students will be
1shown how the real estate busi-
ness is carried on.l
RAMM & CO
509 Union Trust Co. Detroit
1[ elltllilllllililll11tt1t11111111N1 i1,:
Are you willing to work? You
- .I
can easily earn $500.00 this sum-
mer if you are. r
Our proposition is the most at-
tractive offer that you could wish
for.
There is room for 25 more
students left. Will you be one 3
of those to get the job?
Phone.233-J from 2-
R. J. Chick L. B. Abbott
LOST
WILL THE person who found blue
plaid automobile robe at Varsity
tennis courts Monday afternoon,
please return to Paul Leidy. Phonel
3038-M.
PAIR TORTOISE SHELL glasses, fin-
der please call Skow. 1482-M. .
BETWEEN CHUBB HOUSE and Lib- '
rary May 19, bone-rimmed spectacl-
es in tan case, which is marked I
with name Ruth Wilson. Will finder!
please call 3001-J.

FOR SALE
SAY BOYS-try a pair of Harry'sja
Moccasin oxfords, your choice of
10 different colors, scotch grain,
smoked horse, white-black top, tan
Russian ,etc. Very beautiful come
in and take a look at a special price
of $5. Made to your measure. H.
W. Clark, 534 Forest Ave. Phone
3043.
EASY DOWN payment.housefin Eas-
tern Section well adapted for group.
Florence H-uddy. Box 125.
BARGAIN FOR cash, speedster with
good top, side curtains and tires.
Excellent condition. Call 397. Gilbert
DODGE TOURING. Price $55. Phone
2990-R.
1921 FORD TOURING in excellent
condition, no starter, demonutable
rims. Call "Mack" at 1097-R.
TWO SATURDAY night May Festival
tickets, main floor. 7106-F5.
3-BURNER gas plate. Call 2316-M.
FORD SPEEDSTER in excellent con-
dition, geared to 70 miles an hour,
good tires. For information call
2605.
CHEAP, a 3-4 length imported Burber-
ry Coat and sport skirt to match.
Size 38. Tweed mixture, like new,
mistake in measurements reason for
sale. Must be sold at once, leaving{
town. Telephone 2446 from 9 to 12.
MY NEW residence of Fiske Tapestry
Brick. Ten very large rooms and
dormitory. Decorations and ap-
pointments of thc'very latest. There
is nothing in Ann Arbor or Detroit
that represents anything near the
price, Its type and construction is
of the best with practically no de-
preciation to be charged off. Large
enough to accommodate small fra-
ternity or sorority. Box 25.
OAK ROLL top desk--nearly good as
new. A bargain. Call 296-M.
SAXAPHONE for sale or trade for
Ford. Robinson, 1104.

STARTING
SUNDAY

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the field. They toil
not theN' spin not; _et
Solomon in all his glorm7
IWas not a-raped likge one
of these

RemoredPermlanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
E LECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
appointment only Phone 1167-It.
JGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaied.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
[hone 50.
Big Bargains in Shrubs, Roses, and
nes this week. We must move all
)ek in our nursery. Prices half or
s.-
HARRIS SEED STOIE
Cor. Washington & Fifth
PECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS.
[ am paying the best prices, from 31
$10 for suits call 1677-W, or bring
m to 203 N. Main St. D. Mordsky.
PHOENIX HOSIERY
Special sale xEtaquetiiszp E SDw
ecial sale at Exquisite Corset Shop.
$2.00 hosiery at $1.85 per pair.
d- - a < Q nor a

Beautiful Women-Gorgeous
Gowns--Costly Gems--Spec-
tacular Scenes-Magnificent-
Sets-Everything that Makes
for a BIG Picture.
Disdained by her rich social set,
s corning the life of the lilies, she be-
came a model.
Featiuring
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