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outcome was not a matter for reached next week if the courts con-
prophecy at any point. Together with tinue in good shape.
the contest of Wednesday, it has final-,
ly settled the long-undecided title, :Denn M. L. Ward Summoned to Wash.

IN MEDLEY RELAY RACEI

out of the question by any means.
Sis Leads League

COACH DECIDES TO PIT
CLASSES IN TRACK
EVENT

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Coach Farrell will put on the see-
ond of a series of track events sice
intercollegiate athletics were abolish-
ed tomorrow afternoon, when the
freshmen will line up against the 1919
class in a sprint medley relay race.
The time is set for 3 o'clock.
The first two men on either team
grill go over the 220-yard route, the
third man will make the 440, and the
last man will perspire over the half
mile distance.
Captain Johnson, Hart, Forbes, and
Stoll will run in this order for the
yearlings, the first two making the
short distance, and Forbes the quarter.
Zoelling, Horr, either Fox or Walker,
and Sedgwick will constitute the see-
ond year team.
From present indications the race

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Sister......21 St4 10
Speaker ....21 67 12
Cobb .......19 68 14
Wednesday
G. A.B. R.
Spe'ther .... 2 7 0
Cobb ........2 8 3
Sister (did not play).

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Fresh engineers won from fresh lits
in a seven-inning ball game yesterday
afternoon by a score of 4 to 2. The
engineers lost two previous games
while the lits won one, lost, and re-
ceived one forfeit.
A game scheduled between the soph
lits and the senior engineers was post-
poned.
Tomorrow the following games will
be played: Senior engineers vs. junior
lits, senior lits vs. junior engineers,
fresh lits vs. soph engineers, soph lits
vs. fresh engineers.
LOIT SE IRISH WINS TENNIS
TITLE IN FAST PLAYED SETS
Louise Irish, '18, who won the title
of the women's fall tennis tournament
Wednesday, added another victory to
her string and secured the college
championship yesterday by defeating
Margaretta Douglas, '17, champion of
the 1916 season, 6-2, 1-6, 6-1.
The match was one of the fasted
seen on the Newberry courts and the

leaving the field clear for the spring
tournament which is now well under
way. Semifinals in it should be

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man of the ziiedical advisory board,
attend a me( ing of the deans of v
ious dental :olleges, to discuss b
dental student 3 can be best trained
governmental service.
Patronise Di ly Advertiaes.

Dean M. L. Ward of the dental col-
lege, left last night for Washington,
where he was summoned by the chair-

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Cadets Attend Columbia Services
New York, May 10.-Military ser-
vices for the Columbia men who leave
this week for Plattsburg, were held in
the chapel Sunday. Eighty-eight ca-
dets came down from West Point to
aid the choir. Ten Columbia men at-
tended the chapel in uniform.
We set glass in all parts of the city.
C. H1. Major & Co. Phone 237. 11-17inc

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Wonderful
Lingerie Blouses
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The top blouse sketched Is of striped voile.
Colors rose and white with narrow bands of
brown between these stripes. Hemstitched
stripe of white runs through the center of each
large stripe. Cuffs, collar and front of hem-
stitched organdle. Irish crochet buttons.
The $2.00 waist sketched is of white voile.
Deep cape collar trimmed with imitation filet
lace and Val. lace as shown. Embroidered in-
serts of organdie. Fine tucking on front ande
cuffs. Long sleeves. Special values.
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ASH& IN THE EAST
ARRY 'SIDE NOW
Friday we will open the corner store in the Malcolm Block with a com-
plete line of Groceries to be operated jointly with Original Kash and Karry
store at 204 E. Huron Street. They will be known as
THE R. J. SMITH K AI STORES
We are opening this store for your benefit. It is no longer necessary to
come way down town for real values. There are dozens and dozens of bar-
gains we cannot even mention here but trust that you will take advantage of
this opportunity of patronizing a store that is up-to-the minute.

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aUT DEad IINSIDE Goodrich
tire differ from other tires.
Mark the outside difference in the smari
trim lines of their graceful extra size.

Behold the inside difference in
that bared section of the rub-
ber saturated, two-ply cablecord
body of a Silvertown tire.
The inside on Tires

l,nmnunIIu~~IInI,,Imm mm mnua umm nw mnl
10 Silvertown
Cord X-cels

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1. Increased en-
gine power.
2. Smoother rid-
ing.
3. Fuel saving.
4. }Speedier.

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UNDER THE SKIN there
but THREE tires.

are

5. Coastfarther.
6. Start quicker.
S7. Easier to
S guide.
8. Give greater
mileage.
9. Moreresistive
against punc-
S ture,
10. Repaired eas-
ily and per.
manently.
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FABRIC, swathed in
to seven plies.

five

A REAL SURPRISE FOR YOU
We have obtained especially for this opening an
original cask of Queen Olives-the finest Original
Cask of Olives ever in Ann Arbor. This is well worth
seeing.
STUDENT SPECIAL
We have opened this massive cask and will sell
these perfect large queen olives at 25c a quart and
15c per pint.
Fraternities, Boarding Houses and Clubs will do
well to buy a keg or crock and obtain 5 or 10 gal-
lons of these at this opening price-less than whole-
sale to ordinary stores.
Velvet Fidur is the best for Bread. Sold only
under satisfaction guarantee, $1.93 a sack.
For a real high grade Coffee use Unico "A" at 30c
lb., equals others at 35c and 38c.
Our Unico "B" at 25c is equal to ordinary 30c
brands.
Ann Arbor people are becoming familiar with these
Coffees and are fast adopting them as the final value.

Orange Pekoe Scented. This rare picking, loved
by all connoisseurs the world over and sold usually
at S5c to $1.00 a pound. We will sell on arrival at
65c per lb., 5 lbs., $3.00.

THREAD WEB, a five to
seven ply MASS OF
STRINGS.
CABLE CORD, the unique
two-ply, rubber-saturated,
patent-protected tire body,
found ONLY in Silver-
town, the original cord tire.
You cannot afford to be without
Silvertown's difference in service,
its smoother riding comfort, smarter
appearance and gasoline-saving

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2 lbs. best California Figs, 25c.
2 lbs. best California Prunes, 25c.
2 lbs. best Black Baking Beans, 25c.
Extra large Oranges, 30c per dozen.
4 lbs. new Texas Onions, 25c.
Strawberries, fresh each morning.
2 large Pineapples, 25c.
Lemons, large, 25c per dozen.
4/ lbs. Rolled Oats, 25c.
Maple Sugar, from, Vermont, 25c lb.
Very best-Dutch Breakfast Cocoa, 23c
10 lbs. $2.05.

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lb., 5 lbs. $1.10,

Large Consumers Notice Cocoa and Cocoanuts
Cocoanuts, long shred, 19c lb., 5 lbs. 90c.

Swift's White Laundry Soap, 4c a bar. One
bar or one box, as many as you want.
All 5c soaps will be 6c within a few weeks,
so don't delay.

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$7.89
being

Fresh Eggs at Lowest Price is our Slogan
tatoes, fine white cookers, at $3.15 bushel, or
bag. These are very suitable for seed also-
sand grown Michigan stock.

economy,
Where You See This SIMn
Goodich Tires are Stocked
Ask Your Dlealer for Thom~

The Best Green Tea that grows, on sale at 50c per
pound; 5 lbs., $2.25. Equals any 60c or 70c tea.
Black Tea, Ceylon and India, 65c grade at 50c lb.,
5 lbs. for $2.25.

Lard by the tub at 23/c lb. Best grade.
Extra fine line of canned Fruit and Vegetables.
See our window displays and price tags.
We recommend for its food-value and quality the
canned Hominy at $1.00 a dozen, 10c a can.
Old Dutch-sure-3 for 25c, or 7 cans Sunbright
Cleaner 25c.

THE B.F.GOODRICH COPAMY
Akron, Ohio
Goodrich also makes the famous fabric
tires-
Goodrich Black Safety Treads

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Make Kash and Karry your system and be at 600 E. Liberty.
You'll like this store. Clean, light, roomy-no muss-no chatter.
HELP US TO HELP YOU.
COOPERATION IS THE WORD

Goodrich Tires are handled in Ann Arbor by

The R. J. Smith Kary Stores
THE OLD BETSY ROSS SHOP

Cadillac Garage
327 S. Main St.
Phone 1625

Ann Arbor Gara2

206 W. Huron

Phone 1101

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