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TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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UNITED STATES TEAM,
FAILS TOWIN EVENTS!
American Athletes See" Canadian,I

STEGER TO COACH
WILDCAT SECONDS,

FOR RENT-Two
Spo t_ rit sI' D A SDments. Also one
ADVERTISING and one single
nurses or busines
TI'rNNEY to STUDY IN EUROPE MY "Old Kentucky Home" Tea Shop, now. -Dial 8544.4
'W, YORK, July 30--The New 1216 S. University. Open every Sun-
day evening. 19-25

furnished apart- FOR SALE-Day bed (single), dishes,

large double room
room. Teachers,
s people. Available
422 E. Washington.
31-32

kitchen utensils, bookcases, floor
lamp. Dial 21868. 32-33-34
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
EUROPE, ORIENT oN
ANYWHERE
LINE~
SSTEAMSHI.
At CLASS 3l
TRAVVEIRS CHEQUES. ETC,
E.G.Kuebler, Steamship Agt,

Irish, And Engllkh Teams Gatin
In Second Day Of Olympics
YOUTH SPRINGS SURPRISE
OLYMPIC STADIUM, Amsterdam,
July 30.-Losing out in all three ofI
today's final events in the Olympicl
track and field competition, the Unit-
ed States athletes saw the Olympic
100 meter championship go to Can-
ada, the 400 meter hurdles to Eng-
land and the hammer-throw to Ire-
land, all in upsets of varying de-
grees.
The best the Americans could do
in these events was to place fourthl
and sixth in the dash, second and
third in the hurdles and third, fifth
and sixth in the hammer.
The winners were comparative un-
knowns in two of the three events
while Lord Davy Burghley of Eng-
land, who won the 400-meter hurdles,
was listed as one of the most promis-
ing contenders but was given little
chance to beat the American Morgan
Taylor, who was defending his
championship won in 1924. Taylor!
was only third today, being beaten by
his countryman Frank Cuhel of Iowa,
as well as by Burghley. The time
was 53.4 seconds which was not near-
ly as good as Taylor has done but
was fast considering the track.
Percy Williams, British Columbia
schoolboy, sprang the big surprise in
the 100-meters by defeating the
world's best, including the highly
rated Americans, Frank Wykoff and
Bob McAllister, who could no no bet-
ter than fourth and sixth respectively,
McAllister and Legg of South Af-
rica, who was given fifth place tenta-
tively, finished so close together that
the final award of places had to be
postponed until movies of the race
could be studied. Jack London, Brit-
ish Negro, and George Lammers, the
German, took second and third in the
race which was won in 10.8 seconds,

York World today stated that GeneI
Tunney, according to one of his clos-
,t friends, plans to spend a year
a road studying philosophy, after
vhxh he will take up a career of
tanking or industrial business.
II s philosophical studies, it isj
Si-l will take him to King's College,
London, and perhaps to the Univer-
>ity of Heidelberg. He may even en-
roil in as many as four universities
acore he returns to this country and
.asts his lot in a business venture.
ESPINOSA IS WINNER'
CI iC(AGO, July 30, - Abelard Es-
)inosa of Chicago is the new Western
open champion, taking the crown
vrin for two successive years, by
.;oying 294 oVer the North Shore
links here, Johnny Farrell, national,
*hampion, finished second, while the1
new champion's brother, Al Espin-
)sa, was, third.

LOST--Pair of shell rimmed glass
somewhere in vicinity of campu
Finder please call 6624. Reward

ses
us. TONIGHT-Rushmer Dark
d- pators. Dance at the Nut
25 j
from G to 10nm_ No (,ve

Synco-!
House
ehnv

u vp. u. u cover cnarge.
A - a~. iic sl # Bajed60t . Huron. Aaa Arbor
FOR SALE-Lange library table $20.
Fairbanks bathroom scales $10. Ma- DRUGS
hog'any piano lamp $5. 9-drawer
card file $2. Dial 4391.

TYPING-Theses a specialty. Reason-
able rates. Dial 9387. M. V. Hart-
suff.
LOST-Large Drown pockectbook con-
taining valuable papers. If found,
return to secretary's office. 28-29-30
SITUATION WANTED--High scho I
girl will care for children, after-
noon or evening. Dial 9 7 5 t
CLOSE IN-West side, on bus line,
3 and 4-room apartments, furnished
aind unfurnished; newly decorated;
large airy rooms. private bth and
private furnace. $45 and $5o pl
mont~h. Dial i 1 f, ask for 732-V:3.
LOST-She l rim spectacles, brow.i
case; name L. Kercher inside.
Finder please call 7030. warcd.

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[_LINI NINE l)EPARTS FOR SALE -Radio in cabinet. CI
CHICAGO, July 30-W'hat is prob- 16-2333
ably the l&ngest trip ever taken by ..Itilylit Ilh Illilltiiiiiiii i i ,,, I
a baseball team to play a returnwS
game has been started by the Uni- '= MICHIGAN PINS
versity of Illinois nine. - FOUTNITIN PENS1~
Fifteen members of the ball team 5 OUN t I1*-iLNS
and their coach, Carl Lundgren, left ALARM CLOCKS
Chicago last night for Japan where
they will meet the Keio university #=
nine. The Keio team played at Ur- l H ALLER 'S
jana last spring. While in Japan, the
Illinois ball tossers will also meet = TATE ST. JEWELE S E
teams of the other leading universi-
ties of that country.l-

JIrownICS Only $2

Hert Steger
Captain of the 1924 Michigan foot-
ball team and a member of North-
western university's football coach-
ing staff for the last three years, who
will have charge of the Wildcat sec-
ond or reserve squad which will play
a schedule of five games during the
season.
1-5 second slower than the Olympic
record.
Prospects for a record breaking
flight seemed so good that his two
associates, Captain Paul Roehre and
Major Vergne Chapelle, directed the
camp employees to prepare bonfires
which might serve as beacohs at
night.

Brownies are easy to work--even a child can have
suits with one, right from the start. Inspect the
cameras today at this store.

good re-
Brownie

CalkDis-Fletcher Drug Co.,
3 Dependable Stores
We havc.- sci'ed M chigun arnd her students for 490ivears

SODAS

CANDY

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Golf Hose require
great care in laun-j

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Our treat-

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Maid
HOSIERY
SPECIAL!
Silk chiffon from top to toe
with hemstitched top
1,49a pair
Sheer Chiffon Weave
(First Floor)
6 V.

40 to*$55
SUITS
Any Suit in the Store
The Adler Co. gives you part of their profit, and sacrificing
all our profits, makes this offer more and more attractive.
Every suit we offer is of newest styles and finest quality in
every respect. Mr. Del Prete has been a tailor for 22 years
and buys only the best merchandise and guarantees every gar-
ment to give complete satisfaction. Even at these ridiculous
low prices, it is our policy never to carry any merchandise
from one season till another.-
Every Suit Must Go - And Don't Forget -
Sale Ends Saturday
A Deposit Will Reserve Your Selection
213 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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AUND "RY

Never Gets
a Bite" From
This Tobacco
Jasper, Tern.
March 23, 1927
Larus & Bro. Co.
Richmond, Va.
Gentlemen:
I have always wanted to smoke a
pipe. After several attempts I gave
my "taste" up, for with each trial I
got a blistered tongue.
One evening, when looking over a,
certain outdoor magazine, I read that'
a certain fisherman could catch more
fish when using "Edgeworth," so I
decided I would try "his" tobacco-
for I am no poor fisherman!
The next day I tried to secure Edge-
worth. The local country storekeeper
did not have it, so I sent by a friend to
the city for my first Edgeworth. Two
things have happened: I still smoke
Edgeworth, and the local storekeeper
always has a supply.
I catch fish and never get "a bite"
from Edgeworth!
Yours for keeps,
H. V. Massey
E dgeworth
Extra High Grade
Smoking Tobacco

W .hat Shakespeare
says about Coca-Cola
Delicious and Refreshing
" - "/TT_ __ _ __ _ _
! -1; i-Y "Age cannot wither
1 h:er, nor custom stale
her infinite varlety"
What Shakespeare wrote ofCleo-
patra finds echo in the thoughts
of millions who recognize the
perennial yputh of the Coca-Cola
} ~ ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA girl--the fair one you see every-
Act II, Scene 2 where so tem ptingly suggesting
that you "refresh- yourself."
{spy The Coca-Cola Company, Alanta, Ga.
8mi ion aday-IT HAD TO BE GOOD TO GET WHERE IT IS

LIBERTY

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