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1, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DATLY _

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WARD TALES LEAD IN
GOL TORNEY FINALS
Formet Amateur Champion Has
Two Hole Advantage Over

As another important step in the
achievement of their goal, "Every

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Bergelin End First Round man in athletics," the intramural
department is issuing to each fra-
MEDAL SCORES ARE GO0D ternity a large subdivided sheet onf
which it is possible to list members
Dave Ward captured the first leg of the fraternity and the sports in
on the all-campus golf champion- which each of the men is partici-
ship when he finished two up on pating, and also the standings of
Johnny Bergelin in the first 18 the teams of that fraternity. The
holes of their 36 hole match for: correct use of the sheet is fully ex-
the title. This round was played plained in the intramural hand-
Tuesday over, the W a s h t e n a w book, which gives detailed informa-I
Country Club course, the players'I
beinrhandicappuesomewhat btion on all of the activities of the
the chilly wind that blew over the department.
layout. Incidently the sheet indicates the
Notwithstanding the cold, the wide expanse of the intramural ath-
two Big Rapids boys shot fine golf,! lete program, which includes 18
Ward finishing with a 75 and the events in which men of the Uni-
V ar it capta n reegterie2 , 77.1
Varsty aptin egiserig a77.versity may participate outside of
This margin gnof sm stwo testroke mpr of fed teierolgaesrs.Alf
to be tesmeaIhen be fthesenteportsearetofsaocompetitive
holes which Ward won from histhssprsaeoacmeiiv
opponent at match play during thenature, some requiring actual
round. bodily contact and skill, while

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Ward Starts W~el
The former state amateur cham-
pion started well, as he won both
the first and second holes. How-
ever Berglin came back and halved
the third, but could not stop Ward
from winning the fourth. The fifth
and sixth were halved. Berglin
won the seventh, and the eighth
was halved in birdie 3's. On this
hole. Ward sank a 35 foot putt from
the edge of the green, and as his
opponent. was a good 30 feet from
the cup, it looked as though it were
his hole. However Johnny stepped
up and kept the honor by dropping
his long putt for a half.
The rest of the holes were halved
with the exception of the four-
teenth and the eighteenth, the
former going to Ward and the lat-
ter to Berglin. The match was close
all the way, as the slim two hole
testifies.
The date for playing the second
18 holes has not been decided as
yet due to weather uncertainty.

others depend upon skill alone.
" This list of sports includes speed-
ball, cross country, volleyball, bas-
ketball, tryouts for Sigma Delta Psi,
wrestling, bowling, handball, tennis,
class "B" basketball, indoor track,
swimming foul throwing, dual
meet swimming, indoor relays, dwa-
ter polo, indoor baseball, and horse-
shoes. The posting of this sheet on
the fraternity bulletin boards with
its list of members and the sports
they are entering is hoped to
arouse mose interest in this field.
TYPEWRITING
and
MIEMOGRAPHING
A specialty for
twenty years.
Prompt service.. Experienced op-
erators.. Moderate rates.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 66151

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Suit0s and Woolens
have fled our displays
so that nowhere in
town. do you have as
wide a choice.
Newer patterns in both
finished and unfinished
worsteds can be had in
the darker shades of
gray, brown and blue.
Moderately priced from
forty-five dollars up-
wards.

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LASS IFIE
ADVERTISING
NOTICE
MACK TUTORING AGENCY
310 So. State. Phone 7927
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NOTICE-We have a large selection
of Greeting Cards and Mottoes.
Francisco-Boyce, 719 N. Univ.
NOTICE-Those wishing to have
clothes laundered in a careful
manner call 5709 between 8 a. m.
and 5:30 p. m.. Called for and
delivered. 32,33,34
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff. Dial 9387.
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TYPEWRITER SERVICE
Complete typewriter service. New
L. C. Smith, Corona, all makes of
portable and used machines,
bought, sold, exchanged. Rentals'
by the week, month, or semester.
Repairing of all makes by skilled1
w o r k m e n. Typewriting and
Mimeographing promptly and
neatly done by experienced op-..
erators at moderate rates. We
have served Michigan students
over twenty years. O. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615. C
WANTED
WANTED-Student Sales Repre-
sentative. Junior or sophomore
preferred. To handle fraternity
and sorority dance programs,
party favors, stationery and
Christmas cards. Ann Arbor stu-
dent last year averaged over
$50.00 monthly. See Mr. Reeves
at Hotel Whitney, from ,2 to 4,
or 8 to 9 p. m. 33,34
WANTED - Two tickets Illinois
game. Telephone Tom, 5017.
Don't call unless tickets between
30 yard lines. 33
LOST
LOST-Monday night, lady's Conk-
lin fountain pen someplace on
campus. Phone 9571. 34,35,36
LOST-Downtown, brown suede
purse containing bills, keys, and
change. Call Mrs. Cobb, 7867.
34
LOST-Alpha Gamma Delta pin.
Reward. Call 8817. 31,32,33
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta jeweled
pin at or near stadium Satur-
day. Reward. Phone 9524.
32,33,34
LOST-Brown pocketbook. Owner's
name on meal ticket. Finder
please phone 7365. 32,33
LOST-In Michigan Union wash
Room, a Waltham wrist ,watch
with fraternity seal on face.
Please return to Hulse at Michi-
gan Daily offlice. Phone 21214 or
6017. 33,34,35
LOST-Gruen wrist watch, initials
of R. D. S., in vicinity of Union.
Phone 21869. Reward. 33,34,35
FOR RENT -
FOR REIT-Double room for two
or roommate for present occu-
pant. Half block from campus,
Phone 7451. 520 E. William. 33
FOR RENT-Completely furnished
all modern home. Six rooms,
garage. Five minutes down town.
West side. $60.00 a month. Im-
mediate possession. Phone 3593
or 5476. 32,3,34

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clfter the battle-
Blessed be that keen-eyed, surefooted war-
or who drop-kicked 40 yards for the win.J

NOW to enjoy the evening-
hoarse and hilarious. And
though your voice fail completely,
your Smith. Smart Shoes will con-
tinue to eloquently confirm your
good dress judgment.

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Our stock of overcoats was never
better and we suggest that you
look at them before choosing.
Fifty dollars and more.
Feel free to drop in and browse
around---we are glad to show you
what we have, and you will not
be urged to buy.

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"They Stay Smart With Long Service"

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D ietzel's Shoe Store
117 E. Washington Street

"Apparel for University Men"
Settle Your Clothing Question Now
and Be Sure it's at Del Pretes .
Here you can expect more for the
price you wish to pay. Here you
get better cloth, tailoring, style
and fit because we are actual
tailors. Prices affixed according
to our low overhead and large
volume.

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WANTED
Boys
To Sell
Daily
Extras
Saturday
After
Game.
Apply any time
at Office.

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Adler Suits with Extra Trousers and

GREENWOOD AND KILGORE

O'coats.

$35 -40 -$45

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