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Pct. .
.700 The All-Campus swimming mieet in their opening game over Phi MuTt
.667 conduncted by the Intramural depart- lu yteoesddsoeo 5t
.600 ment, will be held on Mlonday after-
.600 nona1h no Po.Eet il4. LBeta The ta Pidefeated 'Tau Epsi-l
.500 101atteUinPo.Eeswilont Rho by the score of 10 to 0. Deltal
.444 begin promptly at 4 o'clock. The fol- 1Phi and Theta Kappa Psi engaged in!1
30& owig eent wil b ru of: 0a slugging match which was finally)I
200 'l1 n vnswilb ul f:5 won by Delta, Phi 17 to 16.1
1yard free stroke; 100 yard free stroke ;J __________________
;50 yard back stroke; 100 yard back l____________
stroke; 50 yard breast stroke;" 1001
Pc.yard breast stroke; 2,20 Yard free iiE EE'
.7,18 !S') IS C 3 \1,1
stroke; fancy dive, (4 required and 2, A~N)1
.667 otoa)
.625 optional). 1
60 The preliminaries will be run offIBsenl
oMonday and the finals at 4 o'clock, I usdyMcignSatt;
.375 on Thursday afternoon, April 28th. 1 lg ee
SJAll students are eligible for this Weesa -WstVriaI
.122 competition except those mien on the here.
182 j Varsity arnd freshmen squads-who are I Friday-Syracuse at Syracuse.
barred by Coach "Matt" Mann. Saturday-Syracuse at Sy ra-Il
___case. 1r
tThe first games of the interfrater- Trackr
nity baseball season were played Fri-r Friday and Saturday--Penn
H day afternoon, it being necessary to I Relays at Philadelphia. j
5 0 postpone the games scheduled for i Teni
1GThursday because of the rain. These' S turday-Pontiac Tennis club
16games will be played later in h e at Ferry field.
5 2 f son after the games scheduled al-' luboon
4 11ready ,have been played off, inter'DeroitGolf cub01
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IBYEEDAY'S RESULTS
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jDetroit ......101
Cleveland ... 000
Chicago.....000
New York .. .200

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mination of New York X 004 000 Olx- 5 W 2
gaeo ne of the hicago . ;.. .000 000 00- 0?D
AlaayTisSt. Louis ... 000' 025 '0x-780
acular playi
.me-that of Boston.....210 001 00-;4 8 1
} ~Brooklyn ....020 °000 000-,2 7 3
me _ wil e cinnati ..1 00 '011 020- 6 11 O0
ams will Pat sug'.12'01 0-41
.s, since thePitbrh..0 00 0-41 1
[apped fara
Upie i n . 1 FIFEEN ,GOLFERS _.AW'AR EA
aund if more MEMBER "iffP TO LWiAL C,03
agame will
ctator FiMf'teen Lnversty' players were,
the officials awarded playing membershps n he
d to a great Ann 'Arbor Golf club yesterday after-
rviolations noon after the 72 ole stroke compet-
ansi stop of tion. "M" men were not required 'toI'
nade at'the play throufgh the elimination rounds.
ble. Fouls °the lowest score turned inby any
called very of those who played through the en-
t frequent tire 72 holes was 149, made byWil-
liam Courtney. The complete list of
-the members chosen is as follows:'
former De- Fred Glover, John 'Glover, Connor,
>his home Cle, Vyse,Goodspeed, Courtney, Ber-
new record gelin, Waterbury, Barber, Pfaffmann, i
harn course. Krave, Rhodes-, Lewis, and uston.°
DISPLAY
r inspection of oulr 'exensive line of
and imported jewelry 'nsovdties. ,
°/
~.LER'S
E STREET JEWELERS
df re lIfrcas n
F°iym ve ntebs
e ~ . to kepoin.Thes'e,

shoes and n stacke
T[A7PntV NPw Snrinsr fivTPs

The An : Arboar Press.
PRINTERS BINDERS ENGRAVERS
Maynard St. Phone 3406
ENVELOPE ENCLOSURES
ECONOMICAL ADVERTISING
We want to tell the MERCHANTS and MANUFACT-
U Rc~Rs of Ann Arbor of ONE GOOD WAY, to
RE:ACH- a great' maney people for BUT LITT, ,
M4ONEY. ENVELOPE STUrrERS sent with your B'IJ,Ls
aind MONTHL1Y STATr.MENTS, that tell of some Ux-
USUAL -StRVIC4 or of: BARGAINS in MERCHANDIjSE,
often start a customer TOWARD MORJt purciases.
Wr WILT, BE ,GLAD To HEL.P you plan a series of
these Hrr rUr. MAILING PI<CES.
The Ann Arlbor Press
Official Printers to dhe University of Michigan
F. BUYTENDORP. Manager
PRtESS BUILDING PHONE -3436

Other scores were: Chi Phi 13, Tri i Iibii UW W
gon 6; Phi Kappa Tau 9, Phi Sigma AT),.M . U A V RT
Kappa 6; Zeta Psi 18, Theta Kappa ___________________
Nul 4; Alpha Tau Omega 9, Alpha
Kappa Lambda 3; Phi Epsilon Pi 10<..
Phi Kappa Psi 8; Delta Kappa Epsi- I you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
loll 13, Triangle 3; Theta Chi 8, Chi the~ Ad-Taker, Dial 1214, and your want ad
will be charged. FR
P'si 7; Sigma Phi ,Alpha Omega 0; The Michigan Daily rserves the ight to
Tall Kappa Epsilon 6, Alphamen 3; classify all wants ads under apprpriate hai ta:l
Ihi fieta Delta 2, Phi" Delta Epsilon igs and to revie or withhold objectionable Ste
6; Delta Sigma Pi 10, Phi KaPpa 6 This ,column closes at 3 . . date preced
Sigma Phi 9, Alpha Omega "0; Pi ing pullication. Notice of any error must be -^
Kapp. Alha , PiKapa Ph 0. gven in time for te second insertion. FOR
Kap lh ,P ap h .CASH RATESPe
In, the independent league two Ten cents per reading line (on the 'basis of peM
gams wre layd. he t. lemnsfive average words to the line) for one or two D
gams wre layd.TheMt.Cleon
Club defeated W. D. B. "Club 18 to NiTne cents Per reading line for three or more FOR
"10, adteSep Cash lassifeds received at the Daily office
Independents 17 to 10. in Thie Press Building on Maynard Street. ~
CONTRACT RATESg
______________ ISpecial standardized rates given on applica- P
OREGON.-More than twenty va- tion.
rieties of trees are planted on the 1 1'
campus. f dST
LOST-Black billfold containing $21. ti
Finder call Fairchild 3363, o r 17
turn to,106 Twelfth St. 143-144-145 xr
LOST-,VALAI3ItIE ()LI) WATCH-
WI TH INITIALS IH. A. -II. SUM.1
S'VA ST TIAL REWA RI. DIAL~ 5618
OR 7114 AS~.k Eol 1IERS(o-
xWITZ. 144 t
LOST-Saturday P. M. between 1028
Church and University Library, a HO]
u ~pair of gray bow glasses in black
case. Margaret Kitson. Phone
$548. 145 -i
LOST--A topaz pin with green gold Alli
mounting. Reward. Call "8327. e
THE FRESH AIR 145-146so
re
CA PWANTED C
Opeartedu by tile WATED-Ten men interested in S4
Student Christian Association 'summer work. Those who can
An All University ualfy will be hired on .a salary -
SERVICE PROJIECT plus bonus basis. Call L. W. Smith OR
for appointment. 3079. a
A a o e 1 -Aug. 6.ATDThsst 144-145-146-147 0
WATD-hse otype. Reason-
able price. Dial 9387. M. V. Hart- ANN
NEEDS: Suff. 144-145-146 w
A Junior -Xedie for WANTED-Two May Festival tickets. -
Must be on first floor, good location. 'TO
CAMP DOCTOR Call Miss Wilson, 4197. 144-145146 ea
A Biology Student for NOTICE-University instructor wants -
furnished house for academic year
NATURE STUDY 1927-2$" Would care fr large home 'i
during owner's absence or sabbati- o-uke
IRECTO R cal leave if rent is nominal. Hary pla
L. Samuel, 320 East Washington St.
A Qualified Student for SatSunTu
CAMP'M~EC ANICTUTORING -- Freshman and sopho- N
more mathematics or physics. y
Six or Seven Men for Phone 8838 after 7 P. M. 143-144-145 b~
Tent Leaders° or WANTED-Ten girls wish to rent pt
COUNSELLORS house furnished for next school 8
year. Owner remaining as manager
Fill out an Application at and chaperone. 145-146-147 Nv
the Camp Office in WANTE D -Musicisans, for dance or-
chestra, who will 'attend Summer 109
LANE HALL School. Box 176 Daily 19
__________________________ WANTED-To buy seven bicycles, NQ
three ladies, four men's. Call 9142 d
- " between, 12-1 _and 6-8 P. Mi. s
143-14445;
NOTICE-To those who want to work. fl.d
5ff 7 "U"We have an enjoyable and profit- j
U!Uable proposition for you this sumj- r
Spring Vacation earned from $25 TY
to $55 in six days. Call at 332 East 'I
Jefferson for an interview.b
144-145-146-147 e
WANTED--We can employ a number D
of freshmen, sophomores ad jun- T
*tors this summer who nee funds_
for next year's term. Salary and
" tuition. Communicate at once with
Ted Hillier. Dial 4818. u
CA I N141-142-143-144-14-146 s
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
ruary 15, 1927. Samu pays from $5 to $25 for old
sits and oercoats.
11 E. ANN :DIA4 4886
tt-
FOR SRENT a
- FOR .REN1-Single room for rent. n

j324 Thompson PSt. Phone 5791. (
elop an annual music 143-44-145
r .Fe tnted at Ann Arbor.FO RENT-Two front rooms, single
for the~ vision which and double or as suite. Students or -
glyofstars, both bus~iness people. Also ' garage.
galay ofPhone 8544. 422 E. Washington.
>r your May Festival 145-146-147
.which is worthy of FOR RENT-$6 secures aparge $10
room. with hot 'and. cold water for
Two. 337 Thompson. 145
of this undertaking, _______________
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Most desirable house
. IDSAY for f rat. in city. Easy terms. Also1
MUSIC Education. large rooming house, .furnished.
Both fine location. May rent. Phone
7733 (or 4454, evenings), be(
FOR 144-145-146-1.47-148-149di
MUSICRj=SALE-1926 Ford Coupe. Bump-
,' M SICers, spot-light, water pump, mjileage ma
very low. Looks like new. Price va]
3ok' is right. -:
an(
11926 Dodge special .Coupe. Mileage
very low. Can't tell it from new.
bruary 10, 1927f Price is low. Terms. ho3
RI.1. ALBERco
514 East Washington $3
Open evenings and Sundays. 4
'1 ____________________________________________ Tf.______
FOR SALE-A large overstuffed rock-}
he thirty-fourth annual. er, $8. Mahogany library tab~le, $10.1
,Dial 341-51 Wls 143-144-145
wihthe splendid 'work ______________

HNER HARMONICAS. Eas
lay and very popular. 25<
Jniversity Music House.
mnakes of typewriters for sa
ent. Excellent machines at
unable prices, forrent P
epairing by experienced wort
iurteous service. Aulta I
sun-tues-th
.HESTRA LEADERS - Con
end look- over our up-to-date
d music. University Music F

), L.*
"s. In

tSALE--Oliver type
rfect work ing con(:
al Hook~er 4S41.k
I SALE-Ford road:
ve tires, starter, dF
ood condition. 1617
hone 9117. Boyer or I

N ARBOR 04
Works.R, ugs Sh
SE~E best of 50 ;
365 evenigs. $

iapooed.

NOTICE

Students?
2i5%~ off on
Phone

Tunes and plays like, a ba
e-sounds like a guitar. E~
y. Special price this 'weel
University Music House

Save
used t:
Landis

' 1

____

MAY

ISALE-TI
Mfeta and y
call sized. F

FEST

ITICF-Do not leave Michigan until
rou have preserved your diloma
y the famnous drum-head mounit
rocess. Let's talk it over. J B
Saunders, exceptional framing. 306
youth State St. "-rsu
ws Letters and Colege rintng.
Prices and service right.
Ais & Olilnger, Prom~pt Printers
9-111 E. Wash. St. Dial 8132
W FS-tf
)VICE-Mell Gillespie, teacher man-
olin, banjos, guitar, chord con-
3truction. Dial 4757.
Wed., Fri., Sun.1, tf
ojaiiowski's Barber Shop has sat-
[stied Students for 40 years.
sun-wed-fri
TEWBITING1 and imeograph-
ig promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates. 'Thesis an~d college
work a specialty for 19 years. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. TFhe
Typwriter and Sta.tionery Store. tf
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND
CARBONS
it rapid turnover insures a fresh
tock and you secure th~e bestqul
[ty at a moderate price. 0. D. MOR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smilth & Corona
Typewriters, Inc. ttU
)IC'IE-The new Royal' Portables
are now on display at Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State St. A wonderful
machine." You will be interested.
Call and see them.
NOTICE

NOTICE

I

W tTHE BOARD OF PUBLIC ,EDU4
Philadelhia, Febri

STAT

Mr. Charles A. Sink,
Secretary and Business Manager,
University School of Jusic,-
Ann. Arbor, Michigan.
My Dear Mr, Sink:

::
r

i

We in Philadelphia are doing our utmost to deve
festival, the- type'of which you have so successfully pres
I wish to congratulate you and all of your co-workers
makes possible. the presentation of six concerts with the
conductors and soloists, whom you have assembled foi
in,-1927. You, are setting a standard for such affairs
the highest spirit of emulatioti.,
'With heartiest wishes for the continued success
Jam
Yours truly,
(Signed) GEORGE L. L:
Director of 1"V

FOIWS " FORDS aFORD~S

FLORSF
shoes #
circles.
who like
Spiffy

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF
Endowed by Mary Louise Curtis B
R ITTEN HOUSE SQUARE
H PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLV ANIA
Fels
Mr. Charles A. Sink,
University School of -Music
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
My Dear Mr. Sink:
I ,have' read witlh much interest the prospectus of tii
May Festival. It seems to me that it is. well in linew

Our entire stock of used cars
=e put into frst class running
tion and the prices asked ar(
any' cases rmuch ,lower than
Clue givena. A car'for every p"
id every car worth the money. C
Pick out -your car and driv
)me. We have roadsters, ton-
)pes, Tudory, four doors, $3f
;48.

The very one you want is t
alk to Mr. Gaus, Phone 4229.

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