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AM~ERICANI
R.OUND IN T1

xY 10 1928 a~ tH1-E MICHIGAN DAILY_________________
aifA 111DOPINGTHE FLAT EVETSIN THTC'BRAKSRE M)W 1
WOVRINE-ILLINOIS TRACK MEET_________T___ TS_
(R . 1 I Cci t' t +ted fi't 35 ag sixOne and Blue pospect and has .M - 'CLOSES
the, t done ~930, but lacks the steadinessj°AS l'L"
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FOR SALE-May, Festival
QOifor Thursda-? eve icing
for Fiday altern:on. 06);.
WVANTEI)
AJANTEID-Students to knowi
ho!me laundry methods gi,
clothes lwrsonal 'attentioll
Laundry, 201 N. Mlain. Dial

W~.inen ~ i~cr Itroi.e Way nto oVI uneIJiner stoiUI'Td ture siiratcac
lg'" n~ctt6;.a~f~cr otrie ' theInto'oil niakiug a good showing ifT he can
Fon rlhl louiid Of British Tourne y dalys.' ajrm~ i otao w ek
AsHandley, Collett Wiit;pr.C1hsfr o ''' '~e'
-s~ -- Tbls, ev; nt, like the 100, looks like I .i 1"0 at VOllti11UdiS iieii li turnedI
EN.LSIFVRTSWIN, ester's race with Gi'odsy battlhig thedis~e hi9:2.3'for the best
(By Associated Pres.) the Ilois selections. The Gillmen may score a' slamin.t
H-UNSTANTON, Eng., May 15.-All 1{ Xil IAI Wuerfel fails to come through in this
of th- Americans in the I~tish worn- i 7ro -1-0 p44 rsu4 tobe u oe il event, as Tockstein has beaten 9.50
en s golf tour-namient today strokedI tei'estiig witmi two(If i'cligauii'. already this season, and will be Illi-
their way into the fourth round, which I wee entries liaving' beateni :a~ nois' third entry.
wvill be played ttomorrow. tis 1year, allfl the flliutois jios- -
va!(Nce by winning over Miss Alice i mark. A x
Firebrace, of the Royal Mid-Surrey I LEGIN A.CCID ENl T
Miss Glenna Collett, of Providence, quarter, thus, far, placed third in the (By Associated Dress)
kLt~.hie most favored of the oversea, meet at Iowa, City which was won by CHICAGO, M'ay .15.-John McGraw,
players, (continued to kill off chain- Stephenson in :50.2. Orlo-vich' and vtrnmngro h e o
pions and former champions by de- iNickol .are the other. probable IndianG
fea ti ng Mrs. Templ, Dobell, 4 up and starters. Giaits, w'js lihobbliiig about wiith the
2 to pl i y. Mrs. Dobell, the former; aidl of a canev today as the result of
Gla~lls Itavenscroft, has won both the Although Orloffirch has been anacdtafe th CusGns
Lritish and American titles. rmiminltg thc hatlf iile, (Yaach Gi anacietlle h Cb- It
Mrs. 1Ilurd W his i i expected to use Itimin Jmthle 4,10 game yesterday.
Mrs Dooty CmpellHur, rnn-'inl. hls effort to .stave off th~e AIici- McGraw was crossing a traffic-jam-
er B'ritishz and Amecrican champion, i4am trio, that scored a, slant med street in. front of Wrigley Field
wvon. from Mlinss Dian na Esmond, a agaitist Ohio State. whten- i iihtlg was clipped by an
French girl, 6 and 5. IA~ automobile. No bones were broken,
Mliss Elie betha Cur tis, Clinton, Ta., HL iI t_ but the leg was severely bruised. Thea
had >>eharesttigt oftheAmeic In11H.1. Wh1ite the Orange and Blue
hardestpeafighthafe therAaiericantdriver of the car was not held.
quart: t, disposing of Miss Couper, a
Sctch player, one up1. place wvinner, anti' a half miler who
iss Collett's opponent in the fourth may topple the dual meet record set
by Charlie Reinke in 1923.
round tomoi row. will be Miss Isabel - c
Wragg, Yorkshiire champion, w'ho is in hTlw IN! distance ace coveredlh itfi to Lrts ~eagl'
diefr~t figh ofBriishwcm glf- thle' distane in I l$5i st week~,
or s. which is better thvia n-ikiiith~imgq
Threc British I'avorites, Enid Wil- turned in by Mlic1igan0's half mil.

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1 ;PLI('ATlONS for employment are'
init from members of the Class
o,!'1J 28 who have chosen lpetroleuml
refining 'as their most favored field.I
CGradcuates of courses in chemistry,
3chemical engineering, and mechan-
cai ehngin cering are preferred, but
,rrlt' of other course-6 may be
accptcl.Accepted candidates will
enter a training course lasting from
two to four years, during which
tine the work wvil be bard, the hours
long. anid the pay only nominal.
At. the end of this period they will
I b_ placed in the chemical testing,

C". F. A I
*Wa ,t oillakier v
Expert RepairingV
} .217 South iMin St.. U~pstairs.
W ed-Fri-Sunl-C.
NOTICE-Will p~erson who took wvrong
golf clubs from Barbour GynasiumII
reur temat once. 168-69-70Y

STIENT wante~d to hire 'othec
Ti:it man will be given a
and complete ciiir-c throe
year. See NMr. (Korey fr'om 3;t
today at Union, room;"0(6.
WA\NTE"D-A couple of expel
salesmen for summer. $200 a
saar.Room302 Un1ion,, NI
Ma 1, froml 2 -4. 109-70-

TYPING-Theses
sonabl- rates.
DiMal 9357.

a specialty. Rcan- WANTED)-Thlre stunts for.
M. V. 'llartSulfl' Inler work . Salarvy $22 Nv(
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TYI<RIER-Slc a(ISevie, for next ternm. Referee rc i
TYPEWRTERS-Sles <m l rinmaun, .-3Lawy ers'
All makes, large anid portab le,. .i1nr)"oo(ns except 3:-4. 168-
bought, sold. rented, repaired. Ouir
machines and. work guaranteed. In 1 LOST
business since 1908. 0. D. Moi41, OST-Kodak in vicinity of East
17 Nickels Arcade.C versity and Packard. Finder
FRRET8120. Reward. 169-

Jolhn Ruck
*W ho hiroke the Nvorld's shot pu,
record twice in a week, his best mark.
being 51 feet 2 and 3-4 inches. Xuck'
is a former Kansas Teachers College
star, and is now with the Los Angeles;
Athletic chub, is feat makes him a
likely Olympic competitior.

physicatsting, engineering, oper-
atinga(development, or research de-
partments, according to theirin-
vidual talents.
Further information and application.
blanks may be obtained from
H. L. PELZER
Development Department
Sinclair Refining Co.
East Chicago, Indiana.
160.-70-71
NOTICE-We buy men's clothing.
Phone 4310. 115 W. Washington
St. Wed-Fri-Sun c

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APARTMtiENT hotel accommodations
!for May Festival. Call 877
206 SOUTH 4th Ave., suite of 2 pleas-
ant front rooms, nicely' furnished.
Girls preferred. Phone 7990.
170-71-721
FOR SALE
FRATERNITY and rooming houses.
Q. T.1 Albroa, 106 East Huron. 1
Phone 5800. c

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~son, j.'uris .owler, anud molly uourlay,
remain in the running but Misses Wil-
son and Fowler meet tomaorrow.
Clenna lit Forml
Miss Collett should be able to get a
breathing spell if she disposes of
Miss Wragg. If thy: two Americans.
;;urvives until the semi-finals Thurs-
dlay Miss Collett will be ropposed by
M rs. Hurd.
Miss Collett played great golf today
until the situation was in hajnd. She
started with a rush that would not be
denied. Playing thv. first eight holes
one uinder 4's, she was out in 37 with
a six on the ninth, and turned toward
homte, three up. The match was fiver
then to all intents and purposes for
although Mrs. Dobell is a fighting
player, no one c:ould overtake the fly-
ing Glenna the way she was going to-
day.
OKLAHOMA TO ENTER
22 IN ANNUAL TRACK
MEET AT NEBRASK~A
(lay Associated Press)
LINCOLN, Neb., May 15.-The lPi-
versity Of Oklhoma track team, win-
nier of the 1928 Missouri Valley Con-
feren~ce indoor title, has entered 22
athletes in the annual outdoor chamn-
'pionshilps to be held in the Univers-
ity of Nebraska memorial stadjum
next Friday and Saturday.
SOklahoma is a favorite to win the

ers this year. Orlovich pIlaced
seconmd, while, Hsmlett, who took
second fit the Rig~ Ten indoor
meet, was shut out.
If Monroe can come back 'after run-
ning the mile, as he did against Ohio,
Michigan should take. a second. In
that nmeet the lanky Wolverine hooked
as if he could better 1:57. tomont of
Michigan is also considered a stroi ,
contender for second honors.
ONE MILE RUN
Mielig-an's holes in' the mile
wil rest on- time sl~oalders of 13on-l
roe who -will be pitted againist tine
strong Gill-coachedf crew of 3Mc-
Elwee, Stine, Salidom, and Novak.
Stine raila 4:27.2 ile against
lwwa, -HEfivee and No Nvrk lbeig
utiable 'to compete because of sick-
ness.
Providing Monroe can overcome the
Illinois teamwork that is bound to
occurr on the turns with an~y three of
the above competing, henma~y spring a
surprise, because hie has covered the
distaince in close to 4:27 on two oc--
c asions lately and apparently in easy
fa shion.
TWO MILE IRUN
Iflhmois also has a heavy fAT-
orite tit Abbott in tme two tile.
Hle bia's ot been defeated this year
aniffs credited with 0:27.4 for
the distance -Wiihm his beyonimd the
reach of Wuerfel, icthlgai's best
bet.
Capt. Dave Fairfield is the other

~title, although
expected from
and Kansas.

strong opposition is
Nebraska, Missouri,

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336 Southi State Street

lowest price was
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Phone 4277 114-116 East Washington St.
Fresh Vegetables. Assist
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Witi~e variety of fresh vegetables now an'
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as the many vegetables suggest divers ways
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and the. conservative type of fabric
makes them suitable for wear next

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