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STN DAY, APRIL 25,19M

THE MICHIGCAN. DAILY

PAGE EVEN

SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 19~6 PAGE ~EV~N

Mather Cutfs Ball
Squad To 57 lIEn
Coach Edwin J. Mlather cut his
freshman baseball team down to 5,7
candidates yesterday, of whom 17 are
pitchers. Cuts on the squad will be
made until the latter part of next
week when Coach Mather hopes to
have the team down to workable size.
The work up to now has consisted
mainly of extensive batting practice,
infield workouts and pepper games,
but .for; the first tine yesterday a
practice game was inaugurated into
the general routine. According to
Coach Mather these practice gamnes
will be the feature of the next week
practices in order to give him an
idea of the worth of the various try-
outs.I
Let The Daily -sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

ITO SET PLANS TUESDIAY
FOR GY3FNA SlUM TOURNEY
I Although no ;definite date has
jbeen set for the second annual
all-campus gymnastic meet, all
those who anticipate entering
'should gather at 4 o'clock Tues-
Iday afternoon at Waterman gym-
nasium.
It is expected that the meet
1will be held in the very near
future and numerals will be
Iawarded the winners in each ap-
paratus test, with a silver cup for
rthe best all-around performer.
Entries will be permitted to
IIcompete in several events, which
Iwill consist of the following:
tumbling, long horse, side horse,j
buck, parallel bar, and horizon,-I'
Iital bar. If sufficient interest is
jshown, there will be competitionj
on the flying rings.

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204 North Main St. Dial 3916

LJOST-Glasses in black case on or
near Campus. Dial 8238.. 51.
LOST-Black leather loose-leaf note
ibook containing engineering notes.
Call 5451. Rewvard.. 51-52-53.
LOST-Blue loose-leaf notebook,
Thursday, April 22, near Carter's
Lunch. Finder please return to.
Ernest Weinberg, 543 Church- or
dial 4752. Reward. 51-52-53.
LOSTS-Pair' of, glasses in black case
between East Engineering building,
and 621 Church. Finder please
call 7037. 51
LOST-A Bu lova wrist watch either,
in Union locker room or between
Union and Field Wouse. Reward.
Phone 5810. 50-51.
LOST-Dunhill pipeĀ° at or near Ferry
field at Michigan State baseball
,game. Reward if returned to Jack
Deibel, 1315 Hilll Street. 50-51.

Whitney Theatre
Wednesday, April 28
WILLIAM STREETT
has the honor to announce
MARGARET

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Uiversity MusicHouse

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A NGLIN
in her sensational comedy success
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By W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
(aufthor of "The Circle" and co-author of "Rain")
WITH A GREAT CAST
Selected and Directed by Miss ANGLIN

I AT THE' THEATERS
I Today--Screen
IArcade-"Skinner's Dress Suit,"
with Reginald Denny.
IMajestic-"The Song and. Dance
Man,". with. Tom Moore and
Bessie Love.
Wuerth - "Tumbleweeds," with
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Shubert (Detroit)- "Gentlemen
Prefer Blondes," with Frank
Morgan and Mildred MacLeod.
Monday
Bonstelle: Playhouse (Detroit)-
"Badges."
New Detroit, (Detroit)-- "Rain,"
with Jeanne Eagels.

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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST", SCIENTIST
OF ANN ARBOR, MICHIGANb
Announces a" Free Lecture on t
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By$
Dr. John, M. ?utt, C. S. B.
of Kanisas City, MXissouri
)Leullher of tHe, Board of Lectureship of the Nother Church, I
The First Church of Christy Scientist, in Boston, Mass. ai
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Mwasonic Temple, Monday, April 26, 1926
at 8:00 O'clock P. M.-
The Public Is Cordially Invited to Attend. . 1
ch.
Chageof}'angeent
Le'o Kennedy and Ra#t Kenyon hav
taken over Jimo Ilurke's Whitm ore Lakef
Pavilion.a
Opening Dance Thursday, April2

WATCH REPAIRING SERVICE
Not how cheap but How Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch Shop
Edward A. Clark, 1121 S. Uidn.ersity
FOUNTAIN, PEN REPAIRING
When your pen fails to work prop-
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because of its complete 'equipment
backed by. real Pen MakeTs serviee,.is
thie. logipal place: to. have it corrected,
Eivery pen we repair, regardless of
malme receivea .the,,sa,,,skillful at-
tention and all 'work is guaranteed,,
No waiting. to have it sent to the fac-
tory, or what, is, W.oraae, chance :of,,in.A
Jury from inexperienced workman-
ship.

Arnold* State St Jeweler
la nlow carrying a cojplete ine of
foulntkan pens-all makes, all prices.
Whatever type you may need, come in
and see us, we can satisfy you,
Arnolds .State St. Jeweler
302 S. State St. tf.
NOTICE-Meul Gillespie, teacher and
sarolait, thirty' years experience,
Mandoalin, banjo, guitar, and chord.
construction. Telephone 4757.
Wed,, Fri., Sun, tf.
WATED
WANTED-Girls with seling experi.
nce to assist from 11 to 1 o'clock
daily. Apply office, second floor,
Mack & Co. tf.
WANTED-Two women for dining
rom and kitchen' for summer
hoarding house at Higgins Lake for
July and August. See Mrs. Martin,
607: S, State. 50-1-52.
WANTED-Dressmaking, first class
work. Dial 3945. Mrs. Hubbard.
1008 Monroe. 50-51-52.
WANTED-First class trumpet play-
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So. Fourth Ave. Dial 6430. 51.
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FOR RENT-Exceptionally large,
well furnished modern 5-room
apartment. 4126 Brooklyn. Da
3781. . '50-51.52.
FOR RENT-Unfurnished apartment
in the new~ Jefferson, one block
from campus, available June st.
Call personal telephone, 3657.
50-51.
FOR RENNT-Five room bungalow
with bath, on Geddes Road. Dial
9524. 50-5.
FOR RENT-One half block from
the campus, an attractive front
room in private family for Septem-
ber. 438 Maynard. Dial 3469. 51
FOR RENT-Entire second floor fur-
'nished,' convenient, clean and pleas-
ant. Hoover St. near Ferry Field.
Dial 4836. 49-50-51.
FOR SALE OR RENT
SALK OR RENT-Fraternity or Sor-
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3642, after 6 p. m.
x 51-52-53-54-55
FORSBA LI
FOR. SALB-Beaver coat, racoon col-
lar and cuffs, very good condition.
Will sell at a sacrifice. Call 3010,
after seven.
51-52-53-54-55-56
-FOR SALE-A new Ford battery that
has ben used only two ,weeks- as a
radio battery. Call 9175 or stop at.
1210 Washienaw. -49-:0-1
FOR SALE-Ford .Coe, 1922, .$9.00.
1926 license; mechanical perfect.
Call at 1229 Thayer St. 49-50-5,
FOR SALE-A Ford Coupe 1922 model
In good condition, cheap. Call
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FOR SALE-Two Tuxedos almost
new, sizes, 37 and 38. $15 each.
543 Church St. 50-51-52.

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Thee s'CITY :N *CE
Thr sa city ordiniance which: pro-
hibits the placing of leaves, rubbish
or any materials on' the streets and.
y~ou, are. 'requested to co-oPerate ,with
the Street. Department in keeping our
streets cy~an.

49-50-51

Alfred J. Paul .-
Street'-Commissioner

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