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CITY NEWS

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The Thrift Exhibit, conducted under,
the auspices of the local Y. M. C. A.?
opened at the Rae theatre yesterday
and will continue today. The exhibit,
is open to the public, free of charge,
between 5:00 and 6:00 o'clock. Movies.
are being shown in connection with.t
the exhibit. After today the exhibit.
will be sent on to other Michigan cities.
A jury was picked yesterday in the'
civil damage suit of Walter I. Mc-
Kenzie, a former law student at the
university, against the Detroit, Jack-
son and Chicago railway company.
McKenzie asks damages for alleged:
injuries, received when he was thrown
from one of the company's -cars in Oc-I
tober, 1914, while he was on his way
to Ann Arbor.
Representatives Hear Dean aughan
Dean Victor C. Vaughan of the Medi-
cal College will speak before the rep-
resentatives of the University health
service at 7:30 this evening in the
west amphitheatre of the Medical
building. The subject of the address
will be "Clean Living."

Representatives of all League
Houses will meet on Wednesday af-
ternoon, March 22, at 4:15 o'clock,
with the Committee on Fraternities
and House clubs, of which Professor
William A. Frayer is chairman. This
is a branch committee of the Senate
Committee on Student Affairs and
each year holds a series of meetings
with delegates from all groups of
students.
Delegates to the meeting on Wed-
nesday are expected to come prepared
to offer definite suggestions upon the
subjects to be discussed, to report the
position of their houses on such mat-
ters, and to present their house rules.
Among the subjects to be discussed
are scholarship, social activities,
health and fire protection.
The meeting will be held at New-
berry Residence, and each house is
urged to send its representative.
All girls are urged to sign up for
the spring tennis tournament. En-
tries must be .made at Barbour gym-
nasium by April 7. Athletic honors
are given for participants as well as
winners. 'For further particulars
consult bulletin board at the gymnasi-
um, or call Louise Irish at 390.
The Editor of the Women's iumber
of the Gargoyle, Jemima Wenley, '16,
will be at the Gargoyle office in the
Press building, on Mondays from 2:00
to 4:00, and from 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock
every other day of the week, except
Saturday.
Dean Jordan and Mrs. Effinger will
be at home to college girls this after-
noon from 3:00 to 6 :00 o'clock. Next'
Tnesday, March 22, will be the last
of these at-homes.
Rehearsals for the Junior Girls' play
will take place today at 1:00, 2:00,1
4:00 and 7:00 o'clock in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. All members of the cast
are requested to be present.

TWO ;MILERS TIE INOOR
RECORD T BUFFALO MEET
Time of 7 Minutes 563-5 Seconds
Iquals That of I.-A. A. C.
Dde In 196
Michigan's quartet of half-milers
more than demonstrated Saturday
night that they have the "stuff." Not
only did they nose out the fastest'
two-mile team that ever represented
Cornell, but they tied the world's rec-
ord on an 'indoor track at the same,
time. The time of 7 minutes, 56 3-5
seconds, equals the record of the Irish-
American Athletic club of New York,
which was made in 1906 upon the
same track.'
The race was a hummer from the
opening gun until Carroll crossed the
tape a stride in the fore of Windnagle.
Murphy, who broke the ice for the
Wolverines gave the baton to Donnel-
ly four yards ahead of the Cornell ex-
change. "Red" increased this to the
eight-yard mark, but Ufer, running
against Beckwith, was unable to lose
the Red enemy, and was pushed to his
utmost by the big Cornellian. After
the last exchange Carroll and Windna-
gle had it out. The Empire State
star tried several times to pass thE
Wolverine representatives but each
time "Les" only traveled the faster,
and while Windnagle managed upon
two occasions to reach the side of the
Michigan anchor man, he was never
able to advance the two strides ahead
which was necessary to crowd the
Varsity star from the pole.
FRESH ENGINEERS HOLD DANCE
Opera ilusi to Feature Party at
Packard Academy
Who said that a man couldn't be
an engineer and a social gangster,
too? The fresh engineers will "trip
the light fantastic" to the strains of
"Tres Rouge," at the Packard acad-
emy Wednesday, March 22, in their
fourth social event. Fischer's spe-
cial orchestra has been engaged to
furnish the music.
Mr. Louis J. Rouse, of the engineer-
ing department, and Mrs. Rouse and
Mr. Alfred L. Nelson, also of the en-
gineering department, and Mrs. Nelson,
will act as chaperons. Tickets for
the campus at large, selling at 75
cents, may be obtained at the Engin-
eering Society rooms, or from the so-
cial committee of which R. D. Smith
is chairman.
New Plan Makes Hobo Chop Wood
"Make the hobo support the city's
poor" has been the motto which has
been adopted by City rodr uommis-
sioner Shadford during the past win-
ter.
In the past when one of those happy
persons who think the world owes
them a living have called at the coun-
ty jail they have been received with
open arms and have been given lodg-
ing and food at the expense of the
industrious taxpayers of the county.
This year a new system has been put
in operation. When one of these tired
persons has applied for meager com-
forts of the jail, eithertthrough provi-
dence or the aid of the sheriff, he
has been taken to the city yards and
made to saw up the trees which the
city forester has reason to order
chopped down. The wood has then
been distributed among the city's needy
poor. The number of men supported
by the city's generosity has been very
noticeable during this winter owing to
its smallness.

YEALING BASEBALLMEN
HOLD INITIAL MEETING
First Year Candidates Gather in Gym
Trophy Room at 7:30
o'Clock Tonight
Michigan's All-Fresh baseball team
will begin to take definite form at the
meeting of all aspirants for that nine
which is scheduled to take place in
the trophy room of Waterman gym at
7:30 o'clock tonight. The meeting is
the first one of the year for candidates
for the yearling diamond outfit, and
every freshman who can play the
game is expected to be on hand.
Coach Carl Lundgren of the Var-
sity nine will be at the meeting to give
the men a talk, and to start them on
their season, taking the place of coach
of the freshman team until that man
is selected. The meeting will be pre-
sided over by Intramural Director
Rowe.
MICHIGAN'S RFE E
WIN FROMMAINE CLUB
Notre Dame Shooters Expected to Give
Wolverines Hard Race in
Class "B"
Detailed reports from the headquar-
ters of the Intercollegiate Rifle asso-
ciation at Washington show a victory
for Michigan over the University of
Maine by a three-point margin, the
Wolverines totalling 988 against the
Maine squad's 985. The high score
for the week was again won by Notre'
Dame, which finished with 990 points
to their credit. The fight for high
place in class "B" promises to be
close between Michigan and Notre
Dame, although Michigan's lead gives
the Wolverines more than a fighting
chance.
The Michigan-Maine scores follow:

Study Means5 Stupidity
unless the body is developed in a way to supply the
mental keenness and alertness that are necessary to
success in every line of college endeavor. Top-heavy
college men are the bane of business. Brain and
brawn must go hand in hand to meet' the require-
ments of the full-rounded college life.
Shredded.Wet
is the best balanced ration for reaching the highest
efficiency in study or play. Contains all the rich,
body-building material of the whole wheat grain made
digestible by steam-cooking, shredding and baking. It
is the favorite food of athletes because it supplies the
greatest amount of muscle-building material with the
least tax upon the digestive organs. It is on the train-
ing table of nearly every college and university of the
United States and Canada. Its delicious freshness
and crispness will tempt the most jaded appetite. Eat
it for breakfast with milk or, cream, or for any meal
in combination with fruits.

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Curtiss.......... . ... 199
Simons...............198
Wilcoxen ................197
Nicholson...............195

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Team total................. 985
Michigan's totals as compared with
those of teams shooting in class 'A"
would entitle her to eighth place among
the 14 teams shooting in that class.
Scores made in class "B" at the
last match are as follows:
Notre Dame .................... 990
Michigan ........................ 988
Yale ................. .......... 988
Nebraska....................986
Princeton ............ ......,. 985
W isconsin ...................... 983
Mississippi Aggies.............976
Kansas Aggies . . .............975
Worcester ............. ........ 975
Idaho ................... ....974
Arizona .................... 968
Oklahoma Aggies ..............-949
Announce Marriage of Soph Engineer
Announcement is made of the mar-
riage of Ralph E. Page, '18E, of Ann
Arbor, .and Miss Helen Ormsby of
Oswego, N. Y. The marriage occurred
in Buffalo, N. Y., in June, 1914. They
will reside at 421 Church street.

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