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May 30, 1916 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

...

It

Comes

Thursday

Evening

THE BIGGEST MUSICAL HIT OF THE YEAR.
Everything New, featuring the Hits which achieved such splendid success on the Western Trip

he

Trip Cot
OF THE GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUB

C

This will be your last opportunity to hear men who have been Musical Stars on the Campus for three years.

HILL

AVDITORIUM

Thursday Evening

Admission 25c

INTEROLISS ATHLETES TO
BATTLE IN PENTATH LON-
Contestant With Lowest Score to Get
Gold Watch; Wednesday and
Thursday Days Set
Interclass track men will have their
last chance of the year to show what-
ever form they possess in the Pen-
tathlon which will be staged Wednes-
day and Thursday afternoons of this
week.
This event offers unlimited oppor-
tunities to beginners in track work
as the events are so chosen that no
one man can excel all others in more
than one event. The 120-yard low
hurdles, with the sticks placed 10 yards
apart, the 100-yard dash, one-mile run,
higl jump, and shot put are the events
which each man must enter to take
part in the Pentathlon.
One point will be awarded to the
winner in each event, while men tak-
ing second, third and the following
places will be scored with points cor-
respo!ding to the number of the place
which they take in the event. The
man having the lowest score will re-
ceive a gold watch as a prize, and to
several of the higher. point winners
other valuable prizes will be given.
Entries in the PeAtathlon may be
listed by telephoning Mr. Iowe at the
Athletic offices, or by signing the en-
try list posted in the Intramural club
house at Ferry Field.
The Pentathlon will start at 3:00
o'clock Wednesday afternoon and will
be resumed at the same hour Thurs-
day afternoon.
ARREST STUDENT SWIMMERS
Twelve Men Apprehended for Bathing
in Huron Sunday Afternoon
Twelve students were arrested Sun-
day afternoon for bthing without
suits in the Huron river, in view of
hundreds of canoeists who passed con-
tinuously, The arrests were made
by the city motorcycle policeman. Offi-
cials state that bathing will be permit-
ted in Argo pond, provided full suits
are worn, but that swimming in Bar-
ton pond is absolutely tabooed, since
the city water supply comes from this
source.
Complaints are also being registered
by civic authorities about reckless and
unlawful driving on the boulevards.
On Glenn Drive, automobilists are to
enter only at the Observatory or at
Geddes Heights. On Cedar Bend drive,
automobiles are to enter by way of
Broadway, coming out at the Wall
street bridge, although cars going in
the opposite direction may be driven
from the bridge as far as the island,
while on the Longshore Drive ma-
chines may travel in either direction.
NOT TO PLAY AT KALAMAZOO
Battle Notre Dame Friday and Satur-
day While Fresh Meet YpsI Today
Michigan will not meet Kalamazoo
this afternoon, although an unofficial
rumor last week stated that a return
engagement had been booked.
The next Varsity contests crime Fri-
day and Saturday. The Saturday game
will be played in the morning owing
to the interscholastic finals. Notre
Dame will figure as Michigan's oppo-
nent both days.
Although the Varsity game for to-
day has not materialized, the All-Fresh
wi play a return game with Ypsi-
lanti at Ferry field. The contest

starts at 3:30 o'clock.

Equip your Canoe with a Victrola. Harry Bacher, 516 E. Madison Street, I Saddle ponies at 50c an hour.
Schaeberle & Son. tf Ihas a life insurance proposition for 830.
students-why not investigate before
Patronize Daily Advertizers. ** you take out a policy? m30 For quick service, call 2255.

Call Walsh Taxi Line, Phone 2255.
tt -
Victrolas, $15 and $25, for
tf Canoe. Schaeberle & Son..

tf Buy your calling cards at Shee-
han's. tf
your
tf Call Lyndon for 'a good flashlight,

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