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_:_HE MICHIGAN. .AI..Y_
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WEE ERRORS
BRINGILLIKWIMlItrarnra
Players Protest Decisions of ALL CAMPUS GOLF FA(
UM;Aires it Rough and The All campus golf tournament, Play i
Tumble Contest. which will get under way next next we
Monday afternoon, is to be played far shov
(0ontinued from Page 6) on the new University course, ac- enthusia
down to second, and Chervinko cording to officials in the Intram- tennis, g
tried to. throw him out, but failed, ural department. trants i
Hudson scoring on the play. Contestants wiil pray a qualify- ulty spo
Compton Hit Hard. ing round of thirty-six holes, and tries to
Kracht, however, popped out to in a field of forty or more entrants, ALL
the second baseman ending the the sixteen lowest scores will qual- The a
inning with Eastman on second. ify. In the event that there should ment wi
Illinois was hitting Compton hard be less than forty contestants, only day at 4
yesterday, making 13 hits, three of ten will qualify, of comp
them triples and one a double, The qualifiers will be placed in ican Roi
whichgombined with the five Wol- a bracket elimination tournament, sists of
verine misplays were more than competition in which will consist yards, w
enough to win the game. The in- of medal play for each match. The It is pro
vaders showed a more polishedfinal match will be thirty-six holes. will be v
team here yesterday than did Mich- Jolly, Crosby and Dayton were 350, this
igan, making only one error during the respective winners in the last Charle
the nine innings, and showing that three tournaments. The entry list, year, an
they could make hits when hits which is expected to run well over year. Dr
meant runs. the fifty mark, wiH be closed after of the to
Could Not Hit Mills. I Saturday of this week. taken u
Michigan hit Hazzard, Illinois' A RT
starting hurler, but as soon as NET
Mills was shifted from first to the 1- Alp
box in the first inning the Varsity l'WILL MEET PURPLE ball tear
found difficulty in keeping the balltchampio
out of the fielders' hands. Thirteen champio
Michigan men were put out 'in a (Continued from Page 6) c ha nce
roW from the third to the seventh With several days to brush. up on champsi
inning. the defects uncovered in their ini- the pres
Compton, Michigan ace pitcher, tial Conference match, the Michi- point le
Worked well on the mound, but five gan squad, under the tutelage of nearest
errors on the part of his team- Coach John Johnstone, will be in Theta
mates, and adverse decisions at the best of condition to score a games, a
crucial moments i the game count- victory over the Wildcats Saturday ates then
ed heavily against him, and he was and regain the prestige lost lastwa ah
relieved in the eighth by McKay, season w.4en the Purple nosed out horsesho
who was relieved in favor of Mc- the Wolves in the first match of has prog
Neal in the ninth. Compton struck the season. The result of this event ----
out six men in his seven and one- was in doubt until the final ball
third innings, but allowed 12 hits was smashed across the net to give
and six runs. Northwestern a 5-4 win.

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L A S S IF I E
WADVERTISNG
TO MEET COPHER SNOTICE

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CULTY COMPETITION
n the three individual fac-
orts is scheduled to begin
ek, with the entry list thus
wing a considerable lack of
asm in the three sports-
golf, and rifle shooting. En-
n any of these three fac-
rts kindly phone their en-
22101.

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Saturday's Track Meet Will Be
Only Home Encounter for
Michigan Team.

(Continued From Page 6)

ous meets and appears to be in top
shape for this meet. The Minnesota
first place will come in the high

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CAMPUS ARCHERY
ll-campus archery tourna-
11 be held a week from to-
:30 on Ferry field. The type
etition known as the Amer-
und will be used. This con-
30 shots at 40, 50, and 60
ith a possible score of 810.
bable that the tournament
won with a score of 325 to
year.
s Dee won the event last
d will defend his title this
. Lynam will have charge
lurnament. Entries will be
ntil the day of the meet
-YEAR, FRATERNITY
COMPETITION
:ia : appa Lambda's base-
,m can win their league
nship, they stand a good'
e of becoming all-year
in the fraternity race. At
ent time, they hold a 76
ad over Theta Chi, their
competitors.
Chi has lost two baseball
nd this practically elimin-
m in that sport. This house
o eliminated from the
tournament, while A.K.L.
ressed to the third round.

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jump where Cam Hackle can outdo
anything the Wolves have to offer
and in the shot which Clarence
Munn has all his own way when
Behr of Wisconsin.isn't around in
the Big Ten affairs.
Michigan will take the meet
handily, however, for Coach Hoyt
can muster one of the best balanced ,

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INSURED STORAGE_
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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT -A na-
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men-is here to interview apph-
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tution. Agency will continue u
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1
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teams in the Conference while the
best that the Gophers can offer is
a few widely scattered individual
event stars.
Chaffee Named Hockey
Manager for Next Year
Herb Unsworth, retiring hockey
manager, announced the new man-
a g e r i a 1 appointments yesterday.
Donald M. Chaffee, '32E, is ap-
pointed the 1931-32 Hockey Man-
ager. His assistants will be Alistair
W. Mitchell, '33E, Arthur K. Robin-
son, '33E, Donald O. Cummings,
'33, and Ernest E. Freeman, Jr., '33.
The alternate assistant will be
Daniel D.; Dayton, '33.

STOP IN AT
BURR
PATTERSON'S

LOST

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SPRING

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Jewelry
Sale

BAR PIN-Topaz center. Frido
morning. Reward. Call Bate
5694.
LOST-Rider's master pen on c
near campus last week. Find
please dial 3276. Reward.

Huge Savings
On Fine
Fraternity Jwelry.
603 Church Street

LOST--Theta Xi fraternity
Finder please return to K. He
Dial 2-1517.
LOST - Yardly triple compac
League building Monday n
Reward. Phone 9617.

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Real Tender Steaks and Chops
at the J.inflQfl
A Real Treat
WHY NOT EAT HERE TONIGHT?
WE WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU ANYTIME
Meal Tickets: $6.00 for $5.00-cash

Thrifty

Folks

Will

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at

this

/Event

THE

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Our Anniversary Sale
Starting Today

233 South State Street

633 Packard Street

"THE PLACE FOR GOOD EATS"

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SALE
Suits
ENTIRE STOCK
$3975
e29
VALUES TO $50.00.
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our stock. Shop where you
may, you cannot equal these
. values.
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'THIS WEEK
$ J975
VALUES TO $35.00
213 EAST LIBERTY

Down on the
Stanfard Farm
pipe smokers
agree with.

Men's Suits

of Men's and Boys' Clothing

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SUITS
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$1775
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ON THE ROLLJCKING WAY
fa EUROPE

NAVY * HARVARD
WASHINGTON
COLGATE
eROM the foothills tothe bay,,
1hecurling tendrils of smoke
from pipes loaded with Edgeworth
rise to meet the sunset fire.
In the Stadium before the big
games... watching spring football
practice.. . in the great hall of
Encia .. over on the Row and
up on the Hill ... men of Stan-
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over all other tobacco brands.
College men everywhere are turn-
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of the leading colleges' and univer-
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pipe tobacco.
To win the vote of so many
college men a tobacco must be good.
If you've never tried Edgeworth,
begin today! The pocket tin is
only 15. Or, for generous free
sample, write to Larus & Bro. Co.,
to5 S. tad Street, Richmond, Va.
SMOKING TOBACCO

$2000
$2500
$2750

COATS
COATS
COATS

$1000
$1375'

$3 000 COATS
$4000 COATS
$4500 COA T S

Men s Topcoats
(Extra Special Reduction)

Boys' Two-Pant Suits

$1500
$2000
$2250

.1

1000
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SUITS
SUITS
SUITS

$795
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SUITS
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$159s
X1795

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Furnishings Cut to the Bottom

Admission to this orchestra- $105 (up).
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Your ticket in the rollicking, frolicking
Tourist third cabin on 1MIM liners also en-
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No wonder the record number of 60.522
passenges traveled -R1MM Tourist'; during
1930'
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S ' Delightful Tourist third cabin accommo-
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Belgen/and and many others. Several sail-
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$5.00 SWEATERS $3.99 $1.00
$2.00 GOLF HOSE $1,59I $2.00
$1.95 SHIRT $1.76 $2.50

SHORTS
PAJAMAS
SHIRTS

.$9 $5.00 HATS $399
$1.79 $6.00 TROUSERS $4.79
$2.24 $6.00 SHOES $4.79

Edgeworth is a Rlend
of fine old burleys,
with its natural savor
enhanced by Edge-
worth's distinctive

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