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I &URSDAY, MAC , 1929

T14E MICHILiAN DAILY

TUtrRSDAY, MAY 30, 1020 TH~ MICHICAN DAILY

I D iAL TrULII ChTf lO .Fast Race Promised FOOTBALL ELEVEN MAY

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UUU R I L IU 0 l e I II1 In 500 Mile Classic BE STRONG NEXT
(Continued from Page Six) (Continued from PageE
T PLA I [ I ing more like the resent day sport hing, Cornwell, and trwig
roadster than a racing model. other fankmengoreturnig.
(Continued from Page Six) Triplett Drives Well Otto Pornmerening'sl
match with the Mexicans would Of the late qualifiers, Ernest will be greatly missed
draw one of the Cubans sintIs as- Triplett of Los Angeles, a new mem- tackle. Bud Poorman ist
signments. Morales, captain of the ber of the Indianapolis facing fra- veteran who will be back
Cuban array seems the logical ternity drove a car which he had position. Al Steinke and
choice for the other singles posiar Poe should again prove bul
tion. In the doubles it is expect- handled only a few minutes at a the guard posts, while Hu
ed that Morales will pair with Upp- rate of 114 miles per hour. In hang- i also available. Al Bovard

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Graduation Announcements
Class Announcements
Invitations
Programs
And now, the busiest time of the social
year-graduation, class days, parties,

American Lineup Uncertain
The lineup for the Americans is
also a matter of copjecture. lIen-
nessey and Van Ryn will probably
be seen in the singles for the
United States with the possibility
of Allisonas an alternate. No one
seems willing to advance any ideas
as to the doubles combination but
it is expected that George Lott will
see action in the team play.
Tuesday's practice demonstrated
that the Cuban play is not unlike
that of the Americans. A slight
difference in the harder clay on the
Detroit courts than those of the
southern islands was noticed by
the invadets. Accustumed to the
larger English ball the Cubans al-
so expected to find some difficulty
in getting used to the American
ball.
The obtaining of the first major
tennis event of the year for the De-
troit club speaks for the proud po-{
sition which the Detroit organiza-
tion holds in United States court
circles. President Samuel Collum
of the United States Lawn Tennis
Association, will be on hand for
the matches as will be Beals
Wright, one of the most famous of
all the players who have been on
Davis Cup teams since the in-
ception of the international com-
petition.
Dawn Donuts
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Our Bismarcks and Raised
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and restaurants

ing up this creditable performance,
Triplett has become one of the fa-
vorites of the race.j
Other favorites in the race are
Ralph De Palma, Italian hero off
other days, his nephew Pete De;
Paola, who holds the present record
for the classic, Cliff Woodbury of
Chicago who won the pole posi-
tion, and Leon Duray of Los An-
geles.
One of the most colorful of the
veterans who will view the race;
from the grandstand this year, is
Cliff Durant, multi-mililonaire, who'
has announced his retirement from,
the track. Durant, who is 38-years-
old, has been racing in Indianapo-
lis since 1919 and was one of the
most popular men to ever race on
f e-shretaoshtaoicmtcmfwyptptypy
the Hoosier track.
The field, totaling 33 cars, Was
closedonTues shretaoshtcmfwyppy
closed on Tuesday when 14 cars
took as many vacant places in the j
starting line. The other 19 had'
qualified on previousdays. .

pected to take care of the center
job.
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BIG TEN STANDINGS
! G W L Pet.
' Wisconsin ........9 7 2 .777
I MICHIGAN ...... 7 5 2 .714 I
Iowa .... ... 8 5 3 .625
Illinois 11 6 5 .545
IOhio State .....9 4 5 444
Indiana..........9 4. 5 .444
j 'Northwestern ....10 4 6 .400 I
Purdue ........ ..10 4 6 .400 I
Minnesota ....... 5 2 3 .400 I
I Chicago ..........10 3 7 .300
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TICKETS & RESERVATIONS
For All Important
Lake and Ocean Liar
Tours, Cruises
Independent Trav e
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Gen. Steamship Agenry
601 R. Huron Ph. 6412
ANN ARBOR
Want Ads Pay

dances, weddings.

All require announce-

ments and invitations.
We have been printers and engravers to
Ann Arbor's most particular for years.

CL A S S I F I E
ADVERTISING
NOTICE
WE BUY USED CLOTHING
f. BENJAMIN
215 E. Washington. Phone 4310
134 ec
WE ARE taking the contracts now
for renovating mattresses and
pillows during summer vacation.
Reduced prices for large order.
T. S. COLVIN
Phone 6652 C135
NOTICE-We have a large selection
of Greeting Cards and Mottoes
Francisco-Boyce, 71.9 N. Univ. 13c
NOTICE -- Home Laundry - Soft
water used exclusively; called for
and delivered. Superior Rome
Laundry. Phone 8190. 234C
PIANO TUNING--The Concert Art-
ist Piano Tuner, phone 6776. Vic-
tor Allmendinger. Not with any
music house. Exclusive piano
tuner for the University School
of Music. Office at residence,
1603 Morton Ave. 234C
TUTORING - Everything for
1 EXAMS. MACK TUTORING
AGENCY. 310 S. State. Phone
7927. C
TYPING---Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.
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ZWERDL1NU'S F~UR SHOPU
Phone 8507 and we will call.

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TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
GRAPHING
College work a specialty since 1908.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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NOTICE ---Beautiful spring line of
Axminister and Wilton rugs.
Koch & Henne.q
PERSONAL ATTENTION LIKE
HOME AT A SAVING OF 10%
WITH CASH CARD. DIAL 3916,
MOE LAUNDRY, 204 N. MAIN. c
TYPEWRITERS
All makes of portable and large
machines, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired. Large assort-
ment and best service. O. D. Mor-
rill, 17 Nickels Arcade. C
PRINTING and ENGRAVING
Good work takes time. Invitations,
Announcements, Calling Cards
should be ordered at once to avoid
the last minute rush. Social work
a specialty.
O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade
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TIME TO STORE YOUR WINTER
COATS
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Furs.

The Mayer-Schairer, Company
Stationers, Printers, Binders, Office Outfitters

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PHONE 4515

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ON MEMORIAL DAY

PLAN TO HAVE DINNER IN

A COOL PLACE,

WHERE GOOD MEALS AND SERVICE ARE
BY-WORDS.

The fast selling Graham Paige
opportunity for salesmen to get
return for their efforts.

automobiles provide
large and immediate

Anny Arbor Restaurant
215 S. MAIN STREET

Allenel Hotel
126 E. HURON STREET

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First year sales volume was the largest of any new line
in automobile history. Second year sales are further
increased by 72 per cent.
Severaa student or faculty men will be added to our
sales force, during the active selling season this sum-
mer. Liberal pay. SEE MR. SOMERVILLE, SALES
DEP'T., HURON AND ASHLEY ST.

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Great States Lawn wrs
92 inch Wheel, Ball Bearing, self adjusting with rear tie bar which prevents
the mower getting out of alignment.
14 inch. Price .. .. $10.50 16 inch. Price...... $12.00 18 inch. Price ........ $13.00
Great States Low Wheel Mowers
14 inch. Price............ ...... $8.00 16 inch. Price ...................$9.00
Great American High Wheel Ball Bearing Mowers
17 inch .........,..$24.00 19 inch .........$26.00 21 inch.............$30.00
Other Mowers
16 inch, Plain Bearing...........$7.50 16 inch, Ball Bearing..........$8.50
Lawn Rollers .........$12.50 and $15.00 Sacco Plant and Lawn Food
D. M. Ferrys Lawn Seed ........ ... 45c D. M. Ferrys Clover Seed. .......65c

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SAND and GRAVEL. Washed and
dry screened. Telephone 7112d
Killins Gravel Company. C
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Apartment; two large
furnished rooms; front; running
water in room; first floor; adults.
Dial 8072. 537 South Division. 23
FOR RENT-Delightful five room
furnished or unfurnished apart-
mer or permanent. Household
ment; adjacent campus; sum-
goods and antiques for sale. No.
Cl, 619 E. University. Phone
4328. 235
ROOMS for summer school stu-
dents. 204 North Ingalls. 35
FOR RENT-One double and one
single room with sleeping porch.
1102 Prospect. 35
APARTMENT-One block from
campus, self-contained, every-
thing furnished. Suitable for two
business or professional women
or young couple. Apply 307
Maynard after 5 p. m. 123
_l FOR SALE
1925 FORD touring. New tires and
good top and curtains. $50. Phone
5602. 235
FOR SALE-Saxophones, tenor and
soprano; both in good condition.
Will sell either one or both rea-
sonably. Write Box 64, Michi-
gan Daily. 235
FOR SALE-Ford coupe just over-
hauled. Call 5133. 123
FOR SALE-Cottage lots. Phone
5800. C
FOR SALE-Southeast section, 7-
room house with garaae on large
lot. Very low price. Call owner,
6700. 6,1235
ON ACCOUNT of financial em-
barrassment I am selling my
beautiful Ford touring at a sac-
rifice. Phone 8840. 35
LOST
LOST-German Shepard Police
dog; address on collar. 1000 E.
Phone 3597. 235
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta pin mark-
ed M. Welte. Reward offered.
Phone 3597. 2397
CAT LOST-Half grown, glossy
black with white spots on breast.
Reward. Dial 5522. 123
LOST-A designed pillow cover and
a scarf between Oakland and the
Architect Bldg. on Monroe Street.
I need it for credit. Return to
Architect office. Reward.
WANTED
WHITE WOMAN wants second
work in Fraternity next fall. Ref-
erences. Phone 2-2135. 123
FIRST CLASS SWISS COOK-
Wants position in sorority or
fraternity for fall term. Write
Box 64, Michigan Daily.' 35
FORD COUME-4 very good tires
and spare. Motor i good condi-.
dolecial facilities for starting
in eo weather. Must have the
cash, so will sell at $55. May be
seen at 715 So. Division any time
or call Mabley, 60 , Thursday.

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fuel

means wasted heat and lost efficiency-and the
heat that escapes from your cooking makes

In September we always welcome the new
accounts and hope that we may be of service in meet-
ing the individual requirements of college life.'
In June we wish the graduate success in their
chosen field, and hope our relatjonship will not end
but will continue to our mutual advantage,

the kitchen unbearably hot.

An electac range

gives you a cool kitchen, due to th direct
application of heat to the utensil and the
retention of heat in the heat-insuwated oven.
You can enjoy electric cookery i YOUR kitchen NO. Convenient
time payments and a liberal allowance for your present;
cooking equipenct make it unusually easy for you
to install a M ODERN elect ric range. Come
in and inspect the new models.
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