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SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1929

THE MICHIGAN

DAIL Y

SUNDAY, MAY..,.1929.THE.M.C....N.....

TRAC SUM A [1L IS S DICOLLEGE student for position out PERSONAL ATTENTION LIKE TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
of city; opportunity to travel -- HOME AT A SAVING OF 10% GRAPHINGI-
TrackVEventsNG guaranteed salary. Educators As- WITH CASH CARD. DIAL 3916, !College work a specialty since 1908.1
lOT'yar dah-Wn b Toan,- -sociation, 717 Francis Palms Bldg., MOE LAUNDRY, 204 N. MAIN, c O D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
(Mich.); Grodsky, (Mich.), second; Deri Mc.6TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair C
Baird, (Iowa), third. Time-9.6 sec. P'RIN'TING and ENGRAVING , NOTICE -Beautiful spring line of rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.1
One mile run-Won by MCam-I Good work takes time. Invitations, Axminister and Wilton rugs. c FOR RENT1
mon, (Iowa) ; Monroe, (Mich.), sec-I Announcements, Calling Cards Koch & Henne. TPWIESFR RN--om frihd
ond; Turner, (Iowa), third. wTime sholdbeYrdreWatonTEtRaoi
.4minutes, 41.6 seconds.(Ithlatmneru.Soilwk MOTHER'S DAY is MAY 12th All mnakes of portable and lare I house on Forest Court. Call 808.1
2the last mnute-rushbyocialaworkA choice asortment of cards and Imachines, sold, rented, exchanged,6(
220 yard dash-Won by 'Tolanaspecialty. ____________
(Mich.) ; Stevenson,, (Iowa), sec-' mottoes for mother and the rest offj cleaned, repaired. Large assort- - --_____________
ond; Grodsky, (Mich.), third. Time 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arca de( the family. . D. Morrill, 17 Nic- { met and best service. 0.,1D. Mor- FOR RENT--Apartmient. Call 58001
-20.9 seconds. C), kels Arcade, C ril, 17 Nickels Arcade.C or evenings, 6858. C
120 yard high hurdles-Won by
{Allison, (Iowa); Sling, (Iowa)>I w SAND11,11 and GRAVEL. Wash ci af"nt.~f/. :. r:~j . .r.1./I r /. ~+ FORf. SALEAD FL~ Wsedy 171n
second; Potter, (Mich), third. ' d screened. TelephoRnSA7112,
Time 14.7 seconds., Killins Gravel Company. C - ___________________
440 yard dash-Won by Baird, ~ OR SALE-Conn Eb Alto Saxo-
Ioa;Dale Seymour, (Mich.),% MACK TUTORING AGENCY phone. Silver with gold bell, In
second; Ferguson, (Iowa), third.: Tommie Mack, AB, Director good condition. $;50 cash. Tele-
lime-48.7 seconds. i310 S State Phone 7927 C phone Mr. Orr, 6017. 561
Two mile run-Won by Austin,,
(Mich.); Wuerfel, (Mich.), second;
Gunderson, (Iowa), third., ime-
9 minutes, 58 seconds.'
220 yard low hurdles-Won by I\
Tarbill, Mich.); Saling, (Iowa),
second; Geneva, (Iowa), third.V
Time-23.5 seconds,
880 yard run-Won by Gunn, '.i :
(Iowa) ; Lomont, (Mich), second,
S a l y (I w ) th r . T e -;minute :58.8 seconds, O MFe d E e t
Fil vnsIc8 l }r %pa
Shot put - Won by Frwaldjxwx#t
(Iowa); Poorman, (Mich.), second;1
Brooks, (Mich.), third, Dlistince, }
45 feet, 73 inches,
Pole vault - Won by Canby
(Iowa); McClellan, (Mvich,.), aid1\__
Erickson, (Mich.), tied for second. H
Height-12 feet 6 inches,
iscus throw-Won by Sand .e "
on ,d; M acr .)on, BrM iks,)( Mt hr .), s - ,
Lance, 134 feet 8i/ inches, I lI owner will lie its l iust 'oc cpant and too the I )lYer f " tJ
High jump-Wonl by Coi, this fine home, at the p-resttpAre, willh~ f~d niie
(Iowa) ; Felker, (Mih),ndotWork-! relidto b r I lo~tl
hoaven, (Iowa), tied for, (:ond )( ,to d of
Height--6 feet 2 inchtes. DYSt
Hammer throw-Won by lKct', 'he location Is rone of the beSt in the city, convenaiet to crl
(Mich.) ; Williams, (Mich.), second; puls and business. An excellent neighborhood. I
McArthur, (Mich.), third. Distanc
-165 feet 10 inches. (New FerrHILL A UITO)'
field record.) 1411 White Street at Oakwood Place
Running broad' jump-Won byO eblc ot of'___________ ____________
Gordon, (Iowa); Arendt, (Mich.), t} n bok ouhof iagerseodWicx(ow)thr.D-
tance, 23 feet 5i inches, An attempt ait description Would not do justie to this unusual _
Javelin throw-Won by Forwald,1 {I , R V.i1F
(Iowa); Geneva, (Iowa), second oe- O UTSEITt prcaetera
Brubaker, (Mich.), third. Distance covneeofrm arrangement, the quality of woiiran-
175 feet.shipadte euY ofmahogany decors. and trIIII. F ED RIK srO K
YansW liite Sax I Every step from the handy kitchen to the comnfortable and ERCIE AM RT-
Stage SlugfestkI~ hoiney study on the second floor will not only please but j D L R E
(Continued From Page Six) pleasantly surprise you.
ries by downing the Boston Red Drive over and~ see it. WXe wll he pleased 1tonmeet you there. J VH G E
Sox in a pitchers' battle, 2 to 1UV.HI BE
Vic Sorrell was in good form and'
permitted the Sox only six bingles.4 _
Cleveland broke their losing stre ak f A n A b rH me u d rI c
by defeating the Washington Sen-1
ators, 4 to 3. It was Joe Shaute's F. PCor'y, Pres, S.S(chulttz, V ' C.It. Smithi, Sec-areas r
fistvitryofte eaoni fur150J N. MVain 4,t. Phone 7408E 1 HAS0N
starts. Hadley and Marberry per . Chicago Civic Opera Company
Mited heTrie olyfiv bts. ~~:..-e~I .WA..Mrtrr:~TT e .. r^~. t .. r . .1 A Mo.f a

LOST , WANTED TO RENT-A furnished
six-room home for the summer
LOST-An ostrich leather pocket-c session. In or near. Ann _Arbor or
book, between Ferry Field and near Whitmore Lake. Two chil-
Hermitage road. Initials of name ] dren. Write J. M. Heaphy, 144
W. P. Call 8217. 612 Maple street, River Rouge. Phone
LOST--Small Scotch terrier; has Cedar 0048-W. 612
name Delta Chi stamped on col-
lar. Informant please call 4418.' WANTED-A cook, white woman
Handsome reward. 6 for a private family hotel on
ILake Michigan. Must be first
LOST--Brown and white male Bos- class; particularly good on pastry.
ton bull. Answers to name of I Apply D. M. Pratt, Benton Harbor,
Brownie, wearing harness with ! Mich., Box 392. 61234
Detroit license. If seen please1-
call 21682. 56 ' TYPING WANTED-First class typ-
WANTED ing of manuscripts, theses, statis-
WANTED-A clothing salesman tical work, advertising, corr~espon-
wanted folV part or full time, stu- d ence, etc. Phone 7936. Leota
dent preferred. Phone 4306. ,Good I Snyder Stoeckle, 215 Ravena Blvd.
wages. 5611 34561

ANN", 9 2 9

CONCERTS

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7M, ANN ARBOR

Musical Director

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Orchestral Conductor
Guest Conductor
Children's' Conductor

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tor not being able to waitW
on all who caine to our,-
SALE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The response -to our Sale Announcement was far greater than
we hoped for. Next week we will increase our large force of sales-
men and we ask those who were turned aay to come back again.
OUR LARGE STOCK IS STILL ABLE TO SUPPLY YOUI
WITH JUST WHAT YOUi WANT AT A BIG SAVING
IN PRICE.
INK

3 ยข 1L1Lk I. ,E1.&1LLJ,V xAj.J. J-l \ 3.i1J
D~istinguished /\mericani Artist
SOPIEBRASI J
N/ t 10-oplibn Oj ci-A ((CAfiaiy
MARION rLVA
M ltrolpolitan Opera Conipa ny
ICHARD CROOKS
P remier American Concert Artist
iMetr opolitan Opera Comnpaniy
LAWRENCE TIBBETT
Metropolitan Opera Company
?ICHRD BONELLI
Chicago Civic Opera Company
BARRE HILL
Chicago Civic Opera Company
WILLIAM GUST7AF SON
Metropolitan Opera Company

Soprano
Soprano
Contralto
Contralto

Tenror
Tnor

Baritone
Baritone
Baritone

B~ass,

JOSEF HOFMANN
Polish Virtuoso
E FREM ZIML AIST
Hungarian Master
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL CHORUS

Pianist

V i oins

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SAMSON and DELILA H

THENEW LIFE
T-IF REQUIEM
TI~ IHI UNTING OF THE S ARK (Children)

Saint Saens
Wolf -Ferrari
Brahms
Boyd

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