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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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is in one of the "Indestructo" bags, suit cases, or trunks in.
The Big Store. The name means something. You can be
lugging your clothes and things back and forth in "Inde-
structo" luggage for years to come.
BAGS and SUIT CASES, $5 to $18.
TRUNKS, $22 to $60.
And while you're here try on a new suit or overcoat.

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THE BIG C) C>

too many men to give individual atten-
hers. All men whose names were
published in yesterday's Daily as en-
titled to certificates will be expected
to be present.
FARRELLHAS MEN
ON CINDER TRACK
1i Members of Team Get First Work
Outdoors; Smith Accepts
Drake Invitation
"PAT" S31TIH TAKES WORKOUT
Coach Farrell gave his track pro-
teges their first exercise on the cinder
track yesterday afternoon, with about
15 of the men turning out for the
initial workout on Ferry Field.
The track had been rolled and
smoothed preparatory to the reception
of the athletes, and was in good shape,
with the exception that it was rather
soft for any fast performances.
"Pat" Smith was the only member of
the field candidates who made his pres-
ence for the opening of the outdoor
season. The husky sophomore busied
himself all afternoon with both the
shot and the hammer, showing up well
in the hammer for one who has not
handled the heavy weight for a year.
Captain "Hal" Smith has accepted
the invitation of the Drake relay offi-
cials to run in the special feature 220-1
yard dash on April 22 at Des Moines,
and will accompany Farrell's other
entries to the scene of the meet.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your interest to trade,
with them. **

TO CII SE AN DBALL MATRhES
BR9NOILL HIFT10 WVll Enad T1oarnament With T11reeN
Sets Tomorrow
With but three more matches left
to be played, the handball tournament
"lorry" Donne Behind Bat, ''hile now bids fair to be finished within the
Smith Occupies Second time limit of tomorrow afternoon.
Base Position In the first round of the semi-finals
-___Tandy and Wickett defeated Weltman
HACKSTOIP'S ;JQB UNSETTLED and Rau in two slow games, 15-5, 15-5.
Martin and Butler won from Cohen
With Brandell in center field, Smith and Cutting, 15-4, 15-11, and Pfeiffer
at second base and "Morry" Dunne and O'Connell triumphed over Reilly
behind the bat, the Michigan ball and Homer in the fastest set of the
team lined up in yesterday's practice trio played, 15-14, 6-15, 15-10. The
in much the same manner that it latter match was featured by several
probably will in the opening game of beautiful backhanded returns of dif-
the season. ficult serves by O'Connell of the win-
Coach Lundgren staged a short ning team.
game yesterday and following this he -
lined up men for fielding practice. Al- Patronize DaIly Advertizers. **
though the coach would not state def-
initely, still he inferred that the pop-
ening game of the season would find
practically the same line-up in tie
field as that operating during the
early practice. This will mean New-
cle on first, Smith at second, Walter-
house at short, Warner at third, and
iLabadie, Niemann and Brandell in l rODraph
the outfield. lyers Autograp
Coach Lundgren stated that Thom- TI~e Bat with the great driving
as might start at th'ird in the place of power.
Warner, while there is still a slight leae tasrs as Larry Doyle
possibility that Brandell will be (champion National League,
shifted back to second, but the 1915). Heinie Zinimerman
chances are against either of these (champion National League,
1914). Evers, Schulte and
alterations. others whose records every basc
The catching proposition is still un- ball ~fan" knows.
settled, but "Morry" Dunne looks One Dollar
like the first string backstop now. Catalogue Mailed free on Request
kLundgren stated that only two re- kk A. G. SPALDING
1 ceivers would go south;, and that he I & BROS.
wasn't at all certain which of the 121 Woodward Avenue
other two, Roehm or Arentz, would Detroit, - - - - Michigan
manke, the trip_ .

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REIDER DEFEATS BAKED
IN WRESTLING CONTEST
Kerwine, Who Was to Meet Weske,
Fals to Appear; To Hold Bout
After Vacation
But one of the two closing matches
in the semi-final round of the wrest-
ling tournamentwas staged yesterday
afternoon, the failure of Kerwine, in
the heavyweight class, to appear, ne-
cessitating the postponement of his
bout with Weske until after spring va-
cation, unless it can be arranged for
tomorrow. The only bout of the aft-
ernoon was that between Reider and
Baker in the welterweight division,
which the former won on points after
the two tussled for the full time with-
out either securing a fall. The bout
was a slow one; neither man showing
much aggressiveness.
After this bout three exhibition
matches were held, the first of which
Whitlow won from Ross in the light-
weight class by securing three falls
in less than six minutes. Weske and
Raymond in the heavyweight division
then staged a fast five-minute affair
which the former won by throwing
Raymondstwice in that length of time.
This was followed by a match be-
tween Planck of the middleweight
class and Helfrig, one of "Doc" May's
assistants. The bout went the full
time and resulted in a draw.
YALE TO TAKE DISQUALIFIED
QUINTET ON EASTERN TRIP
New haven, Conn., April 4.-It wasI
announced that the Yale baseball man-j
agement will take Legore, Pumpelly,
Rhett, Milburn, and Easton, the men
disualified becau e of the Quogue in-
cident, on the eastern trip of the team,
which starts April 19, in appreciation
of their work in aiding the team. In-

tion to in so short a time. After the
spring recess, outdoor practice will
a semi-professional team of college
players, this season, the men are doing
everything possible to round out a
representative Yale team, and are as-
sisting Billy Lauder, the coach, every
afternoon of the week.
TENNIS VETERANS WORK OUT
Start Work on Clay Courts Today;
Coons May Join Squad
Tennis practice was resumed yes-
terday afternoon when Captain Craw-
ford, Mack, and Switzer, all members
of last year's team, appeared on the
court at Ferry Field for a light
workout. A practice game was in-
dulged in as the form for the day's
work, although no scores were kept
by the players.
It is expected that Coons, of last
year's All-Fresh team, will make his
initial appearance on Ferry Field
today. No official call for candidates
for the Varsity team will be issued
before the spring vacation but regu-
lar work will begin immediately after
the holidays are over. The regular
Varsity courts will be fixed up today
and should soon be ready for use.
MANY BASEBALL ASPIRANTS

begin in earnest on south Ferry Field.
Afternoon practices will continue all
the rest of the week, from 1:00 to 3:00
o'clock.
C. C. C. MEN CIATHER TONIGhT
harriers to Elect Officers and Be Pre-
seated Awards
Election of officers and presentation
of the certificates of merit will call
all cryss country men'to the annual
meeting of that organization, which
will be held this evening at 7:15
o'clock in the trophy room of Water-
man gymnasium.

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Coach Farrell and other speakers
have been secured to talk to the mem-

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iyLook over the advertizements. They
will interest you. **"

A SECRET
IS SOMETHING

That there is no fun in until you tell it to the other fellow-he in turn gets his fun out of it
in the same good old way and after that it ceases to be a secret-from which it just naturally
follows that "there ain't no such animal" since a secret is something that is not.

THE

RENELLEN

HOSPIC E

60 Freshman Crowd Gymnasium for
Practice; Prospects for Good
Team Are Bright
With 60 All-Fresh baseball aspi-
rants crowding Waterman gym yes-
terday afternoon, the coach found it
difficult to get much of a line on any
men in particular, but prospects for
an all-around good team seem bright
this season. Yesterday's practice ses-
sion was devoted to infield practice,
batting practice, and to warming up
the pitchers, of which there is a goodly
number this year.
It is not, likely that there will be

A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

Is very decidedly something that is and what is more it is, because you like it and tell your
friends about it--after all it is what you think of us and say of us and not what we may think
and say of ourselves, that really counts.

We serve the finest one dollar dinner In the city and this
no secret -they all say so and we admit It.

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