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July 16, 1925 - Image 5

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Has 'Em Puzzled

FIRST ROUND OF' TENNI'S
TOURNOMENT COMPLETE
Final results in the first round of
the campus summer . tennis tourna-
ment have been turned in, and the
second round is under way. All
matches in this round must be played
by next Monday.-
In thve last scores of the first'
round turned in Bartlett beat Muir,
6-3, 6-0. Tseng beat Stimson 6-2, 1-6,
6-2, and Smith won from Cressman(
6-3, 4-6, 6-2. The last two matches,
were the first of the tournament to!
go three sets.
In the doubles of the first
round Chapman and Ford de-1
feated Tseng and Chang, 6-3,
7-5, and Fernandez and Rosales ad-

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vanced to the second round by de-
fault. Some scores have not yet been
turned in.
One second round match has al-
ready been played, the result of which
puts K. G. Moore, who won from
Gill 6-1, 6-4, in the third round. In-
dications are that Moore will go
through to the finals.
Classes in Shakespearean reading
in the public speaking department,
under Mr. Crocker and Mr. Scott, will
give a public recital of the "Merch -
ant of Venice," next Monday night at
8 o'clock in University Hall.
Read the Classified ads-it pays.
WANTED
WANTED- Young and healthy men
weighing about 150 lbs. or more as
blood doners at the University Hos-
pital. Apply to Office of House
Physician.
WANTED- By University instructor
a one or two room apartmentfur-
nished or unfurnished, for next
school year. Address Box 6, care of
Daily.
WANTED--To rent canoe for rest of i

COOLER HERE THAN .A.NI

Starting
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RONALD COLMAN
and
BLANCHE SWET
-Reith Feature- Others-
"WHIRL 01 SONG AND "AIR TIGHT"
DANCE" A Christie Comedy
.With
oy Zermain Frances Farrar Kinograms
and Marie Walter Orchestra
Sunday-LEWIS STONE in "THE TALKER"

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CLASSIFIED
ADVER TISING
LOST
$10.00 REWARD-For finding pigskin.
wallet containing $90.00. Return to
Secretary's office. Business card,1
Howard M. Fish.
LOST-Black leather secretary's port-
folio, 2 large and 4 small pockets.
Suitable reward. C. , A. Mertz,
Phone 7010.
LOST - Black Schaeffer life time
fountain pen. Valued particularly,
for sentimental reasons.., Reward.'
Call at 912 Monroe, or phone dial
8741. Ben Silberstein.
LOST-1926 Michtgauma pin. Finder
please return to Pratt and Dunn
Sport Shop.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Englander all steel di-
van or folding couch. Phone 21962.

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WANTED-To rnGiLdWt anoi~s for1 r1tofV 6
summer session. Address Box 6,
care Daily.
WANTED-POSITION
LADY with experience in preparing
material for publication will give
part time assistance to professors
or others in compiling such data.
Write Box No. 5, Daily.
FOR RENT
LARGE room in private residence on
Second St. Call 537 Second St., or
phone 9135.
FOUR ROOM Aapartment--largo hall
and- bath-Campus location, steam
heat. Rent $55. Phone 7515.

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od news in the courtroom in Dayton, Tenn. Below: Arthur Garfield
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