[TI! FIRST OF BILLIARD TOIJR\I~ I TOURNAMENT PLAYN' MEHA LITERAk11TURE Is 1
iTUJRN M3ATCIRES PLAYED LAST NIGHIT END AP RIA hIN1 AUSNG 9NT SE.IO1I',SAID
of the The first of the billiard tournament' Co' md/roi1ae1
3 from matches being held at the Union were! The play is drawing, near the finals
ending played last night and Gornall was the in the Summer tennis tournament, and b ogs n etmnaim u
of Sep- high man with-six- straight, in the three by the end of this week the winners asrdysmtii of respect for all
gistrar cushion match, From all appearances,:, in both the singles and the doubles orts and conditions of menz and for
aounce- however, A. D. Moore seenms to be the w ,,ill be known. In- the third round all v aluable act(ivities is implied in I
favorite." Snodgrass defeated Phens- yesterday, Sanchez wlent to the inl democracy.
sen, 25-19; Gornall won fromr Webb,'.by defeating MYerkel 6-0, 6-3, 6-0. Bed- tDemcratcy has always been in lit-
[ON 25-1~0; and Moore outclassed Kelly,r dowv will play the 'winner of the Cree- erature to some extent. We can find
ATION 25-6. don-White match and the victor will tae fi nte OdTsaeta
This evening Merry will play Brood-I battle with Sanchez for .-the final well ,as; in the New, among the Greek
aler of rynch, and White will defend his repu- honors. poets, again amng the preachers andI
LI leave tation against Hsich. In the second round of the double;.,;poets of the M iddle Ages whose lot
d from Sanchez and Bowers won from Green- lay withz the m;asses.
~where WyOMEN': S LEAGUE W11ILL, CITE wood and Harris, 6-2, 6-0. B1urley and "It is like a st~reamr which runs
August, TEA AT )IRS. RAiNKIN'S TODAY Stoddard won from Dyer and Merkel, paty udrgoI n partly
it. 4. ___ 6-2, 9-7. The winners. of the Burley eme~rges. Todai t isa° broa d torrent
A tea will be given for the women; and Stoddard.vs. Bowers and Sn~zsepn eitesyonward in the
students of the University by the Womn- will play Custer and Stull, who hav.e t:uni lht, Sen and heard of all men."
en's League, at. thae home of Mrs. T. El. been wvaitijng in the final column for --_-___.----
Rankin, 605 Oswego avenue, this aft- several days. PLE' IS OA
EI~, (D6you read liners? A good way tor STATION BIOLOG APPEAR1S
will Most certainly ie yours every dlay
this summer-rnd every day the year
'round if you can play some
SM ~lAL MSICA L
It pcve your time now by learning oniec
iascinating little instruments. It will take
sh ort tiie to become quite proficient on any
themn. Your ability to play will proive a i,
'splenctidly entertaining your friends, besidesq
ending sourc'e of enjoymient to you!
V'isit our small insrm ent depiartmient.
us demonstr'ate any instrument and to give
information will not obligate you in the lea
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), MGR. PHONE 391-J
keys of China, Cut Glass,.
and4 Fine Furniture.
'our goods and settle them.
hied For Moving Household Goods
te Phone Number 391-J
"Old Timers' Number" of the Bio-
logical station J3i6log, the weekly pub-
lication, contains an acc^ount of an ex-
cursion to Cecil Bay, on Lake Michigan.
Some 1~8 students mnade thec trip, and
inspected the neighboring region.
A special feature of the paper is a
story each_ week, telling of the work
and life of the professors of the camp.
Prof. Paul Welch 'was treated this
tine. Another feature was an article
on the "Natural History of Inverte-y
brates" and it tells of the class' trou-t
ble'7 in this connection.
The remainder' of the paper,, which
is a three-page edition, 'contatins some 1
of the camp gossip.
"BIKE" RUTJI AND, NEW YOR1K
OPEN DETROIT SERIES TODAY
"Babe" Ruth,_ champion home, run
slugger,' will be in. Detroit with N ewv
York for a series of games, which
WNashington, Aug. r.-MArs. Annette
Adam"Is of San Francisco, 'the first wo-
mran ever to occupy the office of assist-
ant attorney genet al of the United
States, began her duties 'yesterday at
theQ dej),rtment of jastice. She will
uj ,1 ervise the wr of the department
in the regulation of taxes, revenues
and isI o ns nd imatters pertaining to
It Lit a r s,,
Ban jo-Ukuleles, Mandoliis, °
e but a
Well knowvn makes; greatest' assortme'nt;
prices always. Courteous. imisically-informe
peo)ple to attend you. "Ev erythiing in the RF
'Pianos, Player- Pianos, Etc.
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'- Ont the Hluron River
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Last Times Today
he Is~a~lld Of lleirat/ion"
Feat rng ANTONIO- MORENO and EDITH STOREY
' one, week, starting Saturday, Aug ust' 7th,
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He thouight up an
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he had to tell her
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~TAYLORJ1LVIE5 rntiTT7f1B'UT LIES''
ALSO C ALIE CHAPLIN in "The, Immigrant"~
every Saturday .Evening During" Summer. School1