THE MICHIGAN DAILY
It's in the air.
Il trade you
One of the new Model Kodaks
for your old one
and a reasonable "boot"
Keep your eye on our window.
We show the latest styles all
The real "Spruce Up"
weather, when men cast
aside their winter togs
and bedeck themselves
with brand new Spring
I want 50more 2nd hand KODAKS to
rent and sell.
719 N. University
This store is the birthplace of good
clothes, where "Malcolnm Tailoring"
has made its home, and when that
"Spruce Up" feeling starts creeping
down your spine. Come in here as
quick as you can and we'll relieve
Shirts to order.,
Dress Suits to rent
J. K. MALCOLM
604 East Liberty Street Malcolm Block
a rin ag ale.
of Broken Sizes
nd Womens Shoes
At the Sign of Satisfaction
CLOSE ENrT RIES OF
'OD A'S "I)" 3lii1'
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ants will be chosen from the members
of the Varsity track team. After a full
poerlornance of their dut ies the cow-
mitteemen and omcils will bho award-
ed prizes similar to, those of the ath-
The list of entrants follows
Standing broad jump--Bangs, Bal-
linger, Russell, Sharpe, Anderson,Puin-
ell, Sharpe, McCoy, Sturgis, White.
Running high jump-Blanco, Rus-
sell, Carritte, Brockway, I iadley, Ed-
wards, Haskins, Lond, Gustin, Willard-
Climbing ropes-Blanco, Kohr, Kauf-
man, Loudy, Felt.
40-yard low hurdles-Ballinger,
Hague, Lean, Weny, Bacon, Perkins,
Felt, Dubee, Kind, Foley, Kilborn, Bas-
tian, Shearer, Miller, Haskins, Strauss,
Keidan, McCoy, Arndt, French.
40-yard high hurdles-Perkins.Arndt,
35-yard dash-Kohr, Kaufman, Bal-
linger, Perkins, Campbell, Herman,
Hogue, Lean, Sharpe, Kosberg, Kosh-
er, Murdock, Felt, Dubee, Snider, Bas-
tian, Patterson, Edwards, Foley, Kil-
born, Shearer, Stephens, Norton,
Strauss, Jones, Gustin, McCoy, Hudd,
Willard-Jones, Weny, Getts, Patterson.
Chinning on horizontal bar-Londy,
Kocher, Felt, McCaughnan, Sturgis,
Dipping on parallel bars-Anderson,
Pole vault-Kohr, Carritte, Chat-
field, Livingston, Dubee, Perkins, Scott,
Standing high jump-Russell, Per-
Shot put-Kohr, Blanco, Sharpe,
Joseph, Bastian, Edwards, Martin,
Lond, Willard-Jones, Nichols, White,
Half mile-Fahlman, Licteskind,
We carry a complete stock
of the most up-to-date hats to
be found anywhere. All late
hats are trimmed with the
bow exactly on the side; hats
with bow in the back or at
the quarter are out of date,
old timers. We make hats
to order and do all kinds of
hat work. Your last season's
hat re-blocked in the latest
shape, with new trimmings
will look new and up-to-date.
ON THE SIDE IS
We can change time band on
yor last season's hat, re-block
it, and bring it up-to date.
F ACT ORY FAT STOR
118 E. HURON STREET
N E AR A LL E NEL H O TE L
CAr'N G OWN
We've the best facilities in
town for fitting and suiting
you perfectly. We guarantee
your complete satisfaction,
All caps and gowns are
from the well known Acar
deinie Costuming House of
COX SONS &, VINING
and every garment conforms
perfectly with the intercol-
legiate code recently adopted.
Orders should be placed at
once in order to be certain
of delivery for swing out.
Rental charge $2.00 per
outfit complete. Payment not
due until gowns are delivered.
IN THE CLASSROOM
ON THE CAMPUS
AT THE GAMES
IN THE GYM-
AT THE HOP
Tailored Union Suit
will add to your com-
fort and enjoyment
They are featured in 10 leading
stores in Ann Arbor
K F. L. HALL, 514 E. Willia
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
age, and insures prompt and courteous treatment
Are you puzziled
where to buy your SPRING SUIT ?
and Employees are Students
d a policy that will do away with the usual objectionable features of the
one night a week, this night to be announced later.
y solicited. Student tickets are on sale at Wahr's and Sheehan's.
7 to 10.
Open all day Saturday
APPLY FOR STUDENT RATES
C. R. MIRICK,_Mgr.J
3 MARK ETS
SDaniels, Alden, Wassor Patterson,
Goldstein, Miller, Jones, Wilson,
Quarter mile -Kaiimhian, Campbell,
I fogue, Anderson, Snyder, Patterson,
Planck, Norton, Cole, Jones, Kerdaw ,
Arndt, Alden, Patterson.
Mile run-Rosenheim, Londy, Simp-
son, Sherman, Stocking, Sevin, Hoer-
-E. C. Roth, '15, a member of The
Michigan Daily staff, was taken to the
university hospital yesterday. No di-
agnosis of his case has been made as
yet, but an examination will probably
be mnade today.
-Prof. H.E. Riggs, head of the civil
engineering department, will give a
talk at the fresh engineers' assembly
-Dissatisfied with the cane they had
originally selected, the senior dents
returned the shipment they had re-
ceived a few days ago, and in turn or-
dered a more expensive one.
--Fresh lits will give a dance at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon, in Barbour gym.
Tickets at 25 cents each are now on
BASE BALL COACH TO DELIVER
SECOND "CHALK TALK" IN GYM
All Candidates for "Michigan Varsity
Nine to Receive Second
Windows all look alike; ads all read alike; prices don't
You can select just the 'fabric that pleases your eye
and have it made up to measure in perfect style by ex-
pert Metropolitan Tailors, and pay no more than
for one of the ordinary suits you see in most shop
windows. Let us take your measure now before the
Easter rush is on.
Our Prices-$18.OO, $20.00, $22.00 & $25.00
Opposite Huston's 308 S. State Str et
Our guarantee-Every garment must be right.
not right you have no right to take it.
If it is
WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR TABLE
WITH EVERYTHING IN
Fresh Fruit & Vegetables
LARGE ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY
Let us convince you
KYER C WHITKER
nine will receive the second in a series
of baseball "chalk talks" this after-
noon after the regular practice on the
gym floor. The talk will be on the
more technical features of the game,
including plays in which the coach ex-
pects to drill his men when they get
The promising weather conditions
of the past few days make it look as
though the first outdoor trip of the
candidates for this year's team will
take place some time in the near fu-
ture. If the squad can get out on the
field this week, it will have the advan-
tage of three weeks of outdoor work
before starting on its southern trip.
Yesterday afternoon's workout con-
sisted in a drill at batting in the cage
for about an hour and a half, the two.
hours being rounded out by infield
practice. In the absence of Captain
McQueen, his place at second on the
first team to line up was taken by
Smith. First base was held down by
Maltby, with Krause at catch, Bran-
dell at short and Waltz at third com-
pleting the infield.
TRACK SQUAD MAY
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aptitude at the distance. That Mich-
igan will enter a four-mile team seems
to be almost a foregone conclusion,
and if the middle distance men show
enough speed to warran't their en-
trance in the Drake carnival, they
will be taken along with the group of
milers. Burby, Robinson, John, Fon-
tana, Huntington and either Donnelly
or Grauman should prove the principal
contestants for this team. If Fox is
shifted to the mile distance with Car-
roll and Ufer, that will leave Donnelly
and Grauman to compete for the fourth
position. The man of this pair that is
not selected for this team, would pro-
bably try for the two-mile relay. Thus
there will be enough contestants, and
it would almost look as though Farrell
could develop a pretty fleet aggrega-
tion from this group of runners.
thy growth can
ly through two
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Wild Cured Picnic Ham
Choice Rib Roast -
Pork Loin Roast -
Tryouts for the Varsity baseball
Sliced Ham and Bacon -
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IStudents' Supply StoreI
Cenltury Meat Market
212 E. WASHINGTON ST
213 N. MAIN ST.
Engineer's Supplies, Stationery, Confectionery,
Newsdealer, Cigars, etc.
L. C. SOHLEEDE 1 111 S. Univ. Ave.
Phone 1 60-R
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