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VRNATIONAL

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Going ,Out of.

THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
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1 I 11,1 111111(By Associated Press)
U IU PARIS, May 18 1927-The Amer-
>ican method of "seeding" the drawl
And Four Distaince :len!
And L istTre e invaded France today when it wasa
irow Ham uer announced that Bill Tilden, the Amer-i
ican star, and Rene Lacoste, his great
VE TOMORROW French rival, will be placed at thel
top of their respective halves of en-

tries :inAthe international hard court
tennis championships which will be-
gin Monday at St. Clarke.
The leaders of the two remaining
quarters will be selected from among
Jean Borotra of France, Frank Hunter
of the United States, Pierre Landry,
of France. Baron Be Morturgo of
'Italy, H. Timmer of Holland.

Business Sale is Every
Man 's Opportunity

ADVERTISING

of the largest .teams ever
to represent Michigan in a dual
meet will leave at 12:30 o'clock'
row for Colun:-bus where it will
nter the Scarlet and Gray team
.day in the anniual dual meet be-
Sthe twohteams. The following
en will report tomorrow noon:
in Northrop, Prout, Hester, Las-j
(Munger, Ohlheiser, Lomont,
Hornberger, Wuerful, Lamont,
r, Jones, Tarbill, Kinney, Schra-
di, Lovette, Norton, Waldo, Dah-
:noepp, McCaffree, Can-pbell, and I
uded on the roster of the team
g the trip are four distance menI
ur hurdlers., Coach Farrell is
ig to use all three of hislows
rs, Cooper, Tarbill and Jones.
il also use Kinney in the highs
aid to Cooper.
the two milerun, Lamont has
named for the trip as well as
erger and Wuerfel, while Mon-
the lone entrant in the mile.
ral of the newer men on the
will *m-ake the trip for the ex-
ce to be gained, and they may
back a few points. Among these
orton in the shot, put, Dahlem
broad jump and Knoepp in the

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SUITS

- -TOPCOATS

OVERCOATS

Seventy-Five

Sociefy Brand, College iall and Other Fine Makes
OeHalf Price

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Suits

ONE-THIRD OFF

ONE-FOURTH OFF

There is no equalling the quality and prices of the fine clothing
we are offering in our Going Out of Business Sale. Society Brand
and other fine makes are all included in these drastic reductions.

ESPECIALLY

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PRICED

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Hot Weather SUits

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You will soon be thinking about a suit for summer wear. Buy
it now in our sale. Our Sumner Suits are all brand new-Palm
Beaches, Kool Cloth, Tro]'al, Worsteds and other summer fabrics.
Yes, we have flannel trousers, too, for wear- with your darlk coat.

If you are a telephone subscriber call Jimmie
the Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad
will be charged.
The Michigan Daily reserves the right to
classify all wants ads under appropriate head-
ings and to revise or withhold objectionable
copy..
This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
ing publication. Notice of any error must be
given in time for the second insertion.
CASH tATES
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) for one or two
insertions.
Nine tents per reading line for three or more
insrtions. .
Cash classifieds received at the Daily, office
in The Press Building on Maynard Street
CONTRACT RATFS
Special standardized rates given on applica-
tion,
LOST
LOST-Glasses, fountain pen and
pencil in case in either Angell or
University Hall, Tuesday. Call1
21341. 166-167-168
LOST-Ladies brown handbag in or
between University Hall and. St.
Andre ws' church, Saturday. 'Pone
University 68. Reward. 166
LOST-Saturday evening, May 7, a
small 'steel and gold beaided bag.
Reward. Phone, 9846. 166-167-1G5
LOST-A leather check book of Char-
levoix State Bank. Call 7039. 166
LOST-Pigskin billfold with several
identification cards. Reward. No-
tify L. M. Smalley, phone 9152.
165-166-167
LOST--Small, dark brown leather
purse. Monogram "B." Keep money.
Return to Fannie Baker, Helen
Newberry. 165-166'
LOST-Glasses on or near campus,
Saturday night. Finder please call
Smith 8017. 165-166-167
LOST-Glasses in case, on Church
street between Prospect and Hill
streets. Finder please call 7472.
164-165-166
LOST-Glasses in case, on Church
street, between Pr6spect and Hill
streets. Finder please call 7472.
164-165-166-

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

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O ne-fourth Less

Doak, veteran hurler, pitched
oston Braves to an 8-1 victory
St. Louis yesterday, dropping
ards from the second to the fifth
in the standings. Detroit and
nis continued in a tie for fourth
in the Aien league. by de-
g their respective opponents,
ington and Boston. The Tigers
Whitehill on the nound won
the Senators in a light hitting
while the Browns were beat-
he lowly Red Sox in a contest
ed by three .homne ruins.
Pirates, defeated the league-,
tg New York Giants in the Na-
league in a game marked by
slugging. The Pittsburgh ag-
tion assembled 18 -hits and 13
The Cubs, recovering from their
ning battle with Boston, moved
second place by downing the
s, 7-4, in a regulation nine inn-
ontest.
. ' Anterican League
ington ...000 101o100- 3 6 1
it .......000 410 00x-5 6 3

$25.00

Furnishings, too-

These are wonderful values in the -newest Spring

are included in this sale. We have made substantial
reductions on all furnishings and accessories.
shURTs, SOCKS, TIES, hATS, CAPS, %GLQVES
UNDERWEAR, TRATELING BAGS, ETC.

WANTED
WANTED-Cellist to do trio work for
sixvees in Am Arbor this sum-
m-fer. Call 31142. 0 166-167-168
MALE HELP WANTED -Manufac-
turer desires district and local rep-
resentatives to handle product in
cgreat demand. Address Deeb Mfg.
o., 21 E. South St., Indianapolis,
Ind. 166
VANTED-First class tracer. Must
be very good at lettering. Call
b-etween 11-2, Chadwick, 510% E.
Wiliiam.' 166-167
WANTED-Student salesman. Pre-
ferably b siness administration
man intending to stay through
summ'er school. Box 185. 166
WANTED-If you think in terms of
$2JOa month for your summer
Vacation, wec need you in our or-
ganization. Sales manager froni
Toledo branch will interview you
at Room 306, IUnion, Thursday and
Friday. 166-167
WANTED-College women with ex-
perience to operate . and manage
high class summer inn and tea
room on finest resort lake in north-
ern Michigan, June 27 to Sept. 1.
Address Box184, %Michigan Daily.
161,163,164,166,109,170,172,175
WANTED-Students who like good
hot BARBECUES to know we de-
liver between 9:30 and 11:30 P. M.
BARBECUE INN, Dial 4481.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
WANTED STUDENTS to know that
Sant pays from $i to $25 for old
suits and overcoats.
121 E. ANN DIAL 4306
tr
NOTICE
NOTICE
$6,000 A YEAR!?!
An old established Detroit firm
needs a few college men. We teach
you our business and see-to it that
you are firmly entrenched in the mbst
lucrative profession known. Write
us all about yourself and we Will ar-
range, for interview.
APPLICANTS SELECTED CAN
MAKE FROM $15 TO $20 A DAY
TO START
Write John I-I. Walsh & Sons, At-
tention A. J. Hart, Sales Director,
1606 1st pNational Bank Building, De-
troit, Michigan.
DECORATING-Painting, paper-hang-
ing 35c single roll and up. Con-
scientious. Call C. W. Holmes,
phone 5920. 729 Brooks."' tu-th-sat
NOTICE-Do not leave Michigan until
you have preserved your diploma
by the famous drum-head mount
process. Let's talk it over. J. B.
Saunders, exceptional framing. : 306
South State St . tu-th-sun
Students! Save Money!
25% off on used typewriters.
Phone Landis 3489.
tu-th-sat

models, fabrics and shades.

A real buy for you

at this price.

See us about your Knickers, Golf Hose,
Shirts, Straw Hats, etc.
211 S. MAIN ST.
"Where you mai buy with confidence"

One-fourth Off on "Straws"
All brand new 1927 modejs-Panamas, Leghorns, Sailors.
These will go quickly. Get yours now!

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Co

LOST-A green Schaefer fountain 'pen,
marked LeVerne Taylor. Phone
6988.

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National Leagge
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New York.....000 500

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LOST-A green gold Wahl fountain
pen, Friday morning on campus.
Call J. E. Wendel, 3193. Reward.
LOST-Friday, April 22, silver van-
ity case on a chain, with two black
enameled figures on front. Reward.
7817
FOR RENT
FOR RENT -Furnished apartment.
Two rooms and kitchenette. Avail-
able June 10. 109 North Thayer.f
Dial 7445. 166-167-168
FOR RENT-Near campus. Six .rooms.
Completely furnished. June 1 to
September 15. Phone 21097.
wed-th-fri
FOR RENT-For summer, four room
furnished apartment. ,Moderate
rates. Phone 22222.
65-66-67,68-69-70
SFOX SALE
All makes of typewriters for sale or,
rent. Excellent machines at, rea-
sonable prices, for rent. Irompt
repairing by experienced workmen.'
Courteous service. Aulta Brand
Ribbons and Carbons. Rider's Pen
Shop, 315 State Street.
sun-Cues-thurs-tf
FOR -SALE-Modern upright piano.
Excellent condition and tone. Price
very reasonable. Call after 7'P. M.
at 5841. 165-166-167
FOR SALE-Second hand Martin
guitar. Can be seen at Allw,*n-
dinger's Music House. 165-166-167
FOR1 SALE-1924 Ford touring. New
bands. Starter. Excellent tires. $55.
Johnson, 22491. 1008 ornwell.
165-166-167

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Cincinnati-Phillies-Wet grounds.
Home Runs
IHaney, Red Sox; Miller andil-
iani~s, Browns; Henline, Phillies;
'raynor and Wright, Pittsburgh;
Farrell, Giants.
HE
TAI'&DNGS

Extra Pants Free

Extra Pants Free

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

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Remember, when Corbett puts on a sale you will
get something worth while. You know Corbett has
nothing but fine merchandise at all times. Therefore
you are assured of getting first class goods. Corbett
is the only clothing man in Ann Arbor who owns his
own store. Therefore you do not have to pay the big
Prices for your goods.

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FOR convenience, speed and satisfac-
tion, visit Trojnowskis Barber
Shop. tues-thur-sat
HEALTH .Begins when you phone
842$. C. M. Gibson, Chiropractor, 35
Wue'th Arcade. tues-thurs-sat-tt
NOTICE-Stoddard Hair Shop. Try
one of our permanent waves, which
give depth and softness to the
hair. 707 N.. University.
tues-thurs-sat
NOTICE-Hats cleaned and blockedI.
All kinds of shoes cleaned, dyed and
repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ANN ARBOR S11OP, 625 E. Liberty.
c-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.
PAPERHANGING - 35c single roll
and up. Painting also. C. W.
Holmes, 418 N. State. Dial 3784
after 4 tu-th-sat
TENOR GUITAR-Tunes like uke or
banjo Our most popular string in-
strument. Special price of $15.
University Music House.
NOTICE-For typing of all lhinds
quickly and neatly done at popular
prices phone: 7345.
162-63-64-65-66-67-68-69-70-71-72-73'
TENOR BANJO-14-inch oversize re-
sona.tor in form-fitting case. Spe-
cial at $34- complete. The biggest
price value we ever offered. You
don't have to pay all cash. Uilver-
sity Music House.
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
8513. daily-ti
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to. $30. tt

American League
Wa.

L. Pct.

New York..........20
Chicago....... ..17
Athletics ...........15
St. Louis..........13
Detroit ............13
Washington.........12
Cleveland...........2
BostOn..............9
National League
W.
New York....... .19
Chicago...... .. .15
Pittsburgh........14'
Phillies ..... .....13
St. Louis....... ..15
Brooklyn...........13
Boston ...............10
Cincinnati ........... 7

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Come down to Corbett's Thursday, Friday, Saturday

and ou wilt let the first

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10 .655
11 .577
11 .560
10 .565
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FOR SALE-Doctors notice! Instru-
ments and office equipment of the
late Dr. Brett, Williamston. Every-
thing a doctot rneeds. Call or write
Mrs.' Winifred Brett, Williamston,
Mich. Phone 41 at once.
164-165-166-167-168-169
FOR -SALE-Ford roadster. Demount-
able rims, self starter, five good
tires. Excellent condition. A bar-
gain for $35.00. Call Roberts, phone
4418. 161-162-163-164-165-166
FOR SALE-1926 Ford Coupe. Loots
like new. Has seat covers, heater,
tir'es almost new. Price is right.
1922 Dodge touring, motor A-1 con-
dition. Don't pay railroad fare.
Drive this home.
R. H. ALBER
514 E. Washington Phone 3115
FOR SALE-Most desirable large
rooming house, furnished or unfur-
nished. Best location. Easy terms.
May rent. Dial 7733 (or 4454
evenings).
FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring. $40.
Call 3283. t f

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[THE DETROIT THEATERS
The Night Club Classic
GARRICK-NOW
Eves. 50c-$2.50
Wved. int. 50c-$.50
Sat. lMat.5~0c-$.04

mmommmommim

NOTICE--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 - The new Victor Ortho-
phonic Vortable machines are here.

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