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"TAYLOR"
LOCTIONN E W ATHLETIC GOODS
LI Are now on display on state Street

l K HAS TO OFFER

LOCATION

310 S. State
Upstairs
Tel. 1090 M

KUMONIN AND SEE THEM
ROY HALL, Law '17
Agent

310 S. State
Upstairs
Tel. 1090 M

SECURITY andSERV CE
The ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK, Organized 1869, Has to Offer as-
SECURITY $475,000,00 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
An Intimate Knowledge of the Demands of the Community Has Been Gained

CLL TRACK MEN:
FOR NEXT MONDAY
Meeting of Candidates to Be Called
for Eairly Part of Week; Exact
Date Undecided.
LW4UT WOIi FOLLOWS VACATION
Candidates for this season's Varsity
track team will be expected to ap-
pear Monday afternoon of next week,
as the first call should be answered onC
that day. The meeting of the candi-
dates will be held sometime the fore
part of next week, but the exact time
of the meeting has not been given out.
Long railroad rides with sleeper at-
tachments had their effect on most
of the track men, as many of the as-
pirants in the preliminary training
were numbered among the missing
yesterday. Most of those who were out
confined themselves to various forms
of light exercise, due to the long holi-
day vacation.

NEWY ORK CHOSEN
FRINDOOR MEET

Now

Amateur Athletes to Compete
Madison Square Garden on
Saturday, March 4.

in

RALPH J. OSTER, '19,
Campus Tennis Champion.

RIFLE CLUB 'O HOLD CONTEST
Ferry Field Scene of Indoor Shoot;
New Supplies Ordered
In order to file the records with the
secretary of the National Rifle Asso-
ciation, the first of the indoor matches
of the rifle club must be shot off, be-
fore January 11. Every day from now
on, the club members will be blazing
away with their fire arms down at the3
rifle range at Ferry Field in prepara-
tion for the event.
Requisition for new rifles and am-
munition will be sent to the Ordnance'
General not later than the 10th of the
month, and in order to be counted, all
membership must be in by that time.
There are nine Krags being held by
members, who should send the same;
to Mr. Rowe, at his office in the Ann
Arbor Press building. The range at
Ferry Field will be open all day, and
guns and ammunition may be secured'
from Van Doren's Drug Store on
presentation of the cards.
Plan Second Fischer Party at Union.

RALPH 1I OSTER, TENNISWO OWTO
Michigan Loses Star Racquet Wielder;
Accepts Business Position With
Cleveland Firm.
Ralph J. Oster, Michigan's crack
freshman tennis player, will not re-
turn to college, as he has accepted a
position with a Cleveland . concern,
and expects to begin work in the
near future.
Oster established himself as num-
ber one in the University of Michi-
gan tennis rankings when he won the
AII-Comers tournament last fall, beat-
ing in the. course of his play all the
prominent stars numbered among Wol-
verine racqueteers.
Oster was counted on as a man
who would be of great help to future
Michigan tennis teams, and his loss
is a severe blow to the sport. He
played a clean-cut defensive game,
and his accuracy on passing shots
was uncanny. At no time during the
past season was he in serious danger
of being beaten, the only set which was
won from him being in the final match
of the series.
Dean Cooley at Engineering Meeting.'
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley is attend-
ing a meeting of the Board of Direc-
tion, a committee of the American
Society of Civil Engineers, in New
York. He is expected back in Ann
Arbor on Friday.

'T.T ETTES ARE TO BE PRIZES
New York City, Jan. 5.-The sec-
ond annual indoor track and field
meeting of the Intercollegiate Asso-
ciation of Amateur Athletes of
America will be held in the Madison
Square Garden, on the evening of
Saturday, March 4.
In the track events, each contest-
ing team will be allowed to enter
four men. There will be relay races
wherein each man will run two
laps, three laps, six laps and
twelve laps; and a medley relay race
in which "the first man runs four
laps, the second two laps, the third
six and the last eight laps. A team
race of 24 laps, with a 70-yard dash
and a 75-yard high hurdle race com-
plete the track program.
In the field events each team may
enter five men. These events con-
sist of the shot put, the pole vault,
the high jump, and the broad jump.
A board track will be used, and
will be ten laps to the mile, which
is materially larger than last year,
with the turns at the ends not
banked. Spiked shoes may be worn
if desirable.
Prizes for members of teams fin-
ishing first, second or third in each
event will 'be given. The prize is in
the form of a bronze statuette-a
reproduction of the Borghese glad-
iator, with the winner's name and
the event at the bottom of each prize.
HONOR SMITH WITH PLACE,
In the annual anouncement of the
All-American track team for the
season of 1915, H. L. Smith, cap-
tain of the Michigan track team, was
honored by Frederick W. Ribien,
secretary-treasurer of the Amateur
Athletic Unioni, when the latter nam-
ed "Hal" as the best athlete in in-
tercollegiate ranks in the 100-yard
dash.
Riebien, who succeded the late
James E. Sullivan to office in the A.
A. U., gave A. E. Ward of the Uni-
Iversity of Chicago, preference over.

by the Official Organiza-
tion of
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N ARBOR
SAVINGS
BANK
Through the Experience
o a Forty - Seven Years.
Such Knowledge Guar-
antees Our
SERVICE
You are invited to make
the fullest use of all the
facilities and the accom-
modations extended b y
this Old, Strong and Con-
servative Institution

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Total Resources......3,300,000.00

Main Office:
Branch Office:

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707 Worth University Aven

Smith in the 220, although "Hal" won
both the century and the longer dash
at Franklin Field last spring. One of
the surprises of the selections was the
failure of Fred Simpson, of Missouri,
to receive the call in the hurdles.
Simpson broke all existing "records
over the high sticks in the Big Nine
last June, and was expected to be the
unanimous choice in this branch.
2255 2255 2255 2255

"Rob" Folwell to Coach Penn Eleven
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan 5.--"Bob"
Folwell was appointed coach of the
Pennsylvania football team for 1916 at
the meeting of the athletic board yes-
terday. Folwell is a Penn graduate
and has been successful as a coach at
Washington and Jefferson college,
,where he has produced strong teams
in the last two years. He will have
complete charge of the team during

the next season. The board also
fied the schedule which was annc
s eral weeks ago.
Rhoodes Scholar for Michigan C
Win. A. Pearl, '16, of St. John
appointed Rhodes scholar for th
of Michigan at a meeting of the
mittee on selection on Decemi
while Sidney P. Cook, of Alm
lege, was selected as alternate
scholarship will begin in Octobe

Fischer's first orchestra from Kala-i
mazoo will give their second party
of the year at the Michigan Union,
Friday evening, January 14. Tickets
will go on sale Saturday morning and
may be reserved by calling 236.
THE DAILY S
Dear Put:#
Well, Put, this is the 1st letter{
I have wrote you for 2 weeks and it+
ain't my fault because I did not knowI
what was your address and if I had
I would have sent you a swell Xmas
card what my sister had left over,
onely since I did not know what st.
you was liveing on I sent it to a girl
and she wrote me back a whole letter
what you would not have done at all
and anyway I would rather get 1 from
some girl than you as you aint nothing
but a boy,
I was to a party in lansing, Put, and
take it from me, some of the most con-
ceited people I have ever saw live In
that city and I will not say what col-
lege they go to but you can well
imagine when I tell you m, a, c. Is
only 3 miles away and the cars run
regular between the 2 pts, As you
well know, Put, m, a. c. has beat us
about 1 or 2 times in 50 yrs. of foot-
ball and now they have come to think
it is a regular occurrence, they are
so stuck on themselves.
I seen rummy Roehm yst, and he

P0RTOSCOPE
was smoking a cigarette and I said
why I thought you was going to swear
off on the 1st of the year and he said
well I did but today is the 5th, and I
have done better than last yr. by two
and 1-2 days, and I said well at that1
rate maybe you will go a whole month
'without smoking when you are about
186 yrs. old and he only laffed and
said I will never be quite that old as
the good die young, but I ain't so sure
about if he will die young or not, are
you, Put?
I also seen Oble O'Brien smoking
and he said he. was going to quit to-
morrow and train for the track sea-
son, so if you see him on the st. you
can go right up to him and ast him if
he will not have a cigarette and you
will be perfectly safe and not running
no unnecessary risks for he will have
stopped by that time and he will think
you are a very generous guy and a
good friend of his and you may get
a swell present some day in return,
Yrs,
HAL4.

TURN OVER
A NEW LEAF
But don't lose sight of the fact that it's the
year that really counts. - Give your digestion a
every day at

record you have on the sheet at the end of the
fair chance -resolve to take at least one meal

THE

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HOSPICE

A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

And at the end of the year your regained health and increased
will prove how easy it is to live up to a good resolution that
tear of daily use.

pep will have rung a score
is made to stand the wear

that
and

We are here to serve you-come in and
see how well we can do it.

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