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THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1928

THE SUMMER

MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

PLAN FIELD ACTIVITY
FR FREHISHMAN WEEK
Events For Incoming Women On
Palmer Field To Include Demon-
strations And Various Games
BEGIN ON SEPTEMBER 19
Women's activities on Palmer Field
during Freshmen Week will be of
two distinct types, according to Miss
Ethel MacCormack, assistant head of
the Physical Education department.
On Tuesday, September 18, the pro-
gram will entirely consist of dem-
onstrations given by skilled players
in the various sports, and on Wednes-
day and Thursday, the women will
have an opportunity to compete them-
selves in the sports that they have
seen played.
The Exhibitions on Tuesday's pro-
gram will include a hockey game in
which only the best players on cam-
pus will play, an explanation and
demonstration of the various golf
swings by Mrs. Stuart Hanley, form-'
er women's state champion, an ex-1
hibition by expert archers, and a;
game of tennis doubles which will
involve keen competition.
Wednesday, September 19, only
half of the entire body of Freshmen'
women will come to Palmer Field,
while the other half will be enter-,
tained at a lawn party given by Deant
Bursley.
The events will be as follows:
fifty-yard dash, soccer kick, hockey
drive, archery shoot, clock golf, bas-
ket ball throw .for distance, baseball
throw for accuracy, high jump, ten-
nis serves, and basket ball shooting
for a goal. The events have been
selected to be as varied and differ-
ent as possible, so they may include
at least one sport in which every
women is interested. Also they are
events which the majority of the
women will be familiar with, and can
be run off more rapidly than if each
one had to be explained.

CHANGE RULE ON C
TILDEN'S STATUS'
1~~ SPO)KS WORL

TUNNEY IS CONFIDENT
SPECULATOR, N. Y., July 25.-1
Gene Tunney is confident that he will
defeat Tom Heeney, challenger for
the heavyweight title, when the two
meet tomorrow night in Yankee sta-
dium. Tunney claims that he has
never been stronger, that he is
punching stronger, and that he may
shatter Heeney's championship as-
pirations by knocking out the NewI
Zealander.
MICHIGAN STUDENT LEADS
GRAND RAPIDS, :ruly 25.-Dave'
Ward, University of Michigan stu-
dent, led the field of golfers in the
Michigan state golf tournament
when he scored a par 72 in the first
qualifying round of the tuurney.
John Malloy finished second with a
74, while John Bergelin, another
Michigan student, was in third place
with a card of 76.
WESTERN OPEN BEGINS
CHICAGO, July 25.-Chicago dis-
trict stars and other golf notables

are here today for the Western golf
competition to decide the successor
to Walter Hagen, for the past two
years the winner of the tourney.
Having elected to play in the
Canadian open this week, Hagen was
not enrolled in the competition at
the North Shore country club today,
but Johnny Farrell, recently crowned
national open champion, was listed
as a leading threat to achieve new
honors in western open play.

CIASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
FOUND-Sigma Alpha Delta Frater-
nity Pin. Dial 22217. 20
LOST-Black fountain pen with gold
cap. Reward. Janet Logic. Phone
9617.
RESERVE your booth at Rushmer's
for the Wednesday night dance.
18, 19, 20, 21
FURNISHED one-room kitchenette
apartment. Jefferson Apts. Aug. 1.
Call 2-1868. 18, 19, 20
FOR SALE-Large library table $20.1
Fairbanks bathroom scales $10. Ma-'
hogiany piano lamp $5. 9-drawer
card file $2. Dial 4391.
WANTED--Student help, part time.
The Port Cafe, 108 E. Huron. Dial
6813. 19-20
LOST-Dunhill lighter on West side
of town. Call Ray Wachter, 21214.
Reward.

WANTED ood Suite or Furnished
Apartment for Fall term, by in.strue-
tor. Address Box 2, Mich. Daily.
1,; 22, 23
LOST-A Parker pen in woman's rest
room at University Hall. Reward if
returned to secretary's office. 23
MY "Old Kentucky Home" Tea Shop,
1216 S. University. Open every Sun-
day evening. 19-25
LOST-A pair of tortoises rimmed
glasses on State or Huron Sts.
Dial 5978. Holmes. Reward. 25
LOST-Pair of 'shell rimmed glasses
somewhere in- vicinity of campus.
Finder please call 6624. Reward.
25
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Reason-
able rates. Dial 9387. M. V. Hart-
suf,
LOST-Large brownpocketbook con-
taining valuable papers. If found,
return to secretary's office. 28-29-30
FOR RENT-Two furnished apart-
ments. Also one large double room
and one single room. Teachers,
nurses or business people. Available
now. Dial 8544. 422 E. Washington.
28-29-30

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William T. Tilden, III
Who, by special action on the part
of a special committee of the United
States Lawn Tennis Association, will
be allowed to reassume his position
as captain of the American Davis
Cup team, which is. now in Paris
awaiting the finals with the French
squad, holders of the cup from last1
year. Tilden was barred by the asso-
ciation last week because of a charge
that he violated the player-writer
rule by publishing newspaper ac-1
counts of his Wimbledon matches. i

FRENCH TEAM WILL BE SAME
PARIS,-Although the final selec-
tions have not yet been announced,
it has been virtually determined that
the same French team that won the
Davis cup at Germantown last year
will defend it against the challenger
of America's youthful pair, Geodge
.Lott of Chicago and John Hennessey
of Indianapolis.
There are now 300,00,000 hens in
the United States - three heno to
every man, woman, and child in the
nation.

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'FAMOUS FOR FOOD"
The Real Home
Cooking in
Ann Arbor

Graduate Candidates
~*orWANTED!1
For Positions in Universities, Colleges and
Schools
WANTED TODAY:
Graduate Candidate for Head of Chemistry
Department, College of Pharmacy. $275.00
t Supervisors of Music.
Public Health Nurses.
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-rive to Detroit and
enjoy the
DANCING
MOONLiGI 'S
-vDetroit 8:45p,.m.
i'etura 11:30 p.m.
Fare: Wednesday and
Trhursiay, 60c.
Srturday. Sunday and
1" ,^days, 75.

VISIT DETROIT THIS SUMMER
and enjoy an all-day outing at
PUT-IN-BAY
A delightful cruise among the Sunny Lake Erie Islands;
a fairyland of vineyards, orchards and flowers. Put-In-
Bay abounds in interest for young and old. There is
bathing, dancing, sailing, mysterious caves, picnic groves
and Perry's monument.
The palatial steamer Put-In-Bay leaves the foot of First
St. (Detroit) daily at 9 a.m.returning at 8 p.m. R.T. fares:
$1.00 week days. $1.50 Sundays. Steamer runs thru to
Sandusky daily making connections with Cedar Point
Ferry. Thru to Cleveland via Put-In-Bay.

CEDAR POINT
On Fridays a special excursion is run
to Cedar Point. Steamer stops one hour
Sundays. With its huge hotels, electric
park, magnificent bathing beach and
board-walk it can rightfully be called
the Atlantic City of the West.
Writ tor Folder

Phone'9439

3325 S. State

Allmendinger Music Shop
305 )IUYN"RD STREET
Columbia Records
1448D-Come Back Chiquita
Lonesome in the Moonlight.............. ..Paul Whiteman
1451D-I'm More Than Satisfied
The Cannon Ball e.................. Guy Lombardo Orchestra
1455 -Wa-Da-Da Everybody's Doin' It Now
That's Grandma ..... ........Whiteman's Rhythm Boys
COLUMBIA HEADQUARTERS

ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE
Foot of First St. Detroit, Michigan

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Blindfolded ... scientific test of
leading Cigarettes, Princess Paul Chavchavadze

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More Students Use It Than Any
Other Kind-and if you paid double
you couldn't improve on it
Want a pen for lifelong use ?-$7 buys
it; $5, if you want a smaller size. Because
of Parker's Non-Breakable Permanite
Barrels these pens have been thrown from
airplanes 3,000 feet aloft without damage.
Want ease of writing?-Parker Duo-
fold's famous Pressureless Touch, due to
a fine ink channel ground between the
prongs of the point (bringing capillary at-
traction to the aid of gravity feed) is great-
est writing improvement in years.
And Permanite, while Non-Breakable,
makes Duofolds 28%igh terin weight than
when made with rubber as formerly.
Why do most college students use it?
-try it yourself and know.
5 flashing colors. 3 sizes for men and
women. Six graduated points-one to fit
your hand exactly.
Look for imprint, "Geo. S. Parker" on
each pen. Pencils, too, in colors to match
pens. See a Parker dealer now.
THE PARKER PEN COMPANY, JANESVILL WIW.

selects OLE
"I was much intrigued by the invitation to make
a blindfold test of your leading brands of Ameri-
can cigarettes, to see how they compared with
each other and with those I had smoked abroad.
Could one really taste the difference? I wondered.
"But when I was handed these cigarettes, one by
one, I realized at once that there was a difference
and that the test was conclusive. One cigarette
was so much more appealing, so much more
delicate in flavor. Oh, and so much smoother!
"When the test was over and I was told that the
cigarette of my choice was OLD GOLD I understood
at once why this cigarette is so popular among
say American friends."
A/..

GOLD

PRINCESS PAUL CHAVCHAVADZE, Sister of Mrs. Wm. B. Leeds

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How Test Was Made

$7 and $5
according to size

Subject was blindfolded, and, in tirely u
the presence of two responsible of thes
witnesses, was given one each After s
of the four leading cigarettes rettes, t
to smoke. To clear the taste, designa
coffee was served before each Withou
cigarette. The Princess was en- "No. 3"
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unaware of the identity
e cigarettes during test.
moking the four ciga-
the Princess was asked to
te by number her choice.
t hesitation she replied,
..,which was OLD GOLD.
A CARLOAD

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