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JOHN P. SLOCUM M reseat, T t N]
It Kept New Yoi'k, ust nand Chi
Singing and Dancing for one entire
Chorus of Fashion Show

THURSDAY, APRIL. 13
ONE NIGHT ONLY
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ATHLETICS
COACH UNDECIDED ON
DRAKERELAY SQUADS
Farrell May Take Both F'ur-Mile and
Two-Mile Relay Teams to
Des Moines Meet

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Tunes of the Year.
THE EASTERN METROPOLITAN CAST:
Percival Knight Rena Parker
Harry MacDownughl Reydon iiei'h
Mabel 'Ithee eIta MNvent
Lew Christy John Paulton
PRICES SO to $:.O0 Seata eady Tomorrow

May Festival Ticketsj

Coach Farrell is undecided whether \The dress pictured isof navy blue or black.Crepe de
he will enter both a four-mile and a Chine. Bodice consists of an overblouse of Crepe de Chine
two-mile relay team at the Drake r trimmed with Taffeta, over an under bodice of white
relays. "Steve" says that if he can Georgette Crepe trimmed with crystal buttons and com-
produce two teams which are of the i bination gold and white silk braid. Soft rolling collar in
desired Michigan caliber, he will take a combination o f white Georgette Crepe and Taffeta.
both these outfits with him to Des ,f Long sleeves, Taffeta trimmed, white Georgette Crepe
Moines, but it is a certainty that the cuffs. Bodice has wide girdle effect at waist line. Skirt
coach will take at least one team of full and flaring, of Crepe de Chine, and trimmed with
relay men with him. The team that eight rows of Taffeta silk around bottom.
he will take will be the one which will
be best able to annex the coveted place!M Or sll.
in the list of standings. Mail Orders Filled.
Cold blasts which hovered over Fer- Inquiries Prbmptly c O A
ry field yesterday were not of suffi- Answered. CNETON WI WA Othe STrAE
cient frigidness to freeze the enthu- Dress Like Cut $20 N__CNN DETROIT, MICH.
siasm out of a number of track men.
Most of the men took only a short
workout, however, as the coach is tak-
ing no chances of having any unfit
athletes in his camp. The field is still ; ii 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1
unfit for the use of the high jumpers,--
the broad jump men, and the pole *nnmmta iunmtinnu minimmt
vaulters, but everything will be in.,
readiness for the reception of these TaflorS TO Men Who Know
men before vacation is over. Most
of the track men will remain here ;
over the vacation period, in order that
they may keep in tip-top shape. O ur Best A ds
Stanford rings
- Are Not
Former ' Coach
Take a look at Our
"l)ad" Moulton Coached Varsity Track
TeamereYearsAgo; Has Spring Cordovans Written - - But Worn
Always Had Success -
Toes and Seams reinforced
When Leland Stanford comes to Ann ivtli heay vaxed thread
Arbor to meet the Varsity track team$3
next month, one grizzled veteran of= pring styles - $30 andUp
the track world will look upon a dif- Established a86Up
ferent Ann Arbor and University of -
Michigan than when he last saw it.Tk
That man is "Dad" Moulton, the coach
of the California team.T1
The name of E. W. Moulton-or HENRYI
"Dad", as he is always called-is not
familiar to the Michigan student of to- DirectlyNorth of Law Bldg.
day, but a quarter of a century ago
he was the director of tine cinder des- 713 North University Avenue
tinies for the Maize and Blue. Since
leaving Michigan "Dad" has coached : 1 1111111111111111111 I1111111i1 111 it l 1111111111111111 [11111111111 1111111111111 1111 11Utl111111x

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On Sale at

Hill Auditorium

Saturday Morning

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$2.50 each if Pre-festival cover coupon is ex-
changed-otherwise $5.50.
Beginning Monday, April 3, as long as they
last, they will remain on sale at the University
School of Music at $2 and $5 each, respectively.

track teams all over the country, al-
ways with success. Moulton was, dur-
ing the past summer, the builder and
superintendent of the athletic stadium
at the Painama-Pacific International
Exposition, at San Francisco.

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GYM CONSTRUCTION TO
BE STARTED A ONCE
A. T. Cole, of Ann Arbor, Gets $53,000
Contract, Exclusive of Heating,
Plumbing and Lighting
Michigan's new gym will be started
immediately, according to a statement
made by Secretary Shirley W: Smith
last night, following the meeting of
the board of regents of the university,
at which time the contract for the en-
largement of Michigan's athletic plant
was let to Contractor A. R. Cole of
Ann Arbor. The contract entails the
expenditure of $53,300 for the addition
to the gym, exclusive of heating,
plumbing and wiring.
Alaska Dog Races to Be Rn April 11
Nome, Alaska, April 6.-The ninth
annual all-Alaska dog sweepstakes
race, the great sport event of the
north, will be run April 11 over the
snow trail from Nome to Candle and
return, a total distance of 412 miles,
according to an announcement made
yesterday by the Nome Kennel club.
It is proballe that six or seven dog

CLASS ATHLETICS TO COMMENCE
AGAIN AFTER SPRiNG RECESS
Class athletics will take a decided
boom immediately after the spring va-
cation. There has be, a lull in In-
trainural affairs of late following the
close of class basketball and class
track relay races, but plans are nowi
being laid whereby interclass athletes
are to become very busy upon theirt
return from the holidays.l
Class baseball will be started about
(ne week after the holidays, and an un-
usually large number of candidates are
expected to report for work on South
Ferry field. Class tennis will be
pushed immediately after the holidays
and a meeting of all aspirants for
class teams will probably be called
a day or two after classes begin. Plans,
for an outdoor interclass track meet
are being discussed, and the prospects
for holding such a meet are said to be
exceedingly good.
Athletic Conference to Open Today
Minneapolis, Minn., April 6. - The
Western Conference wrestling, fencing
and gymnastic championship meet will
be held in the Uiversity of Minnesota
Armory here tomorrow and Saturday
The entry list is the largest in the

NO1)INiTIONS FOR ATHLETIC I
BOARD CONFIR E) BY SENATE
At a meeting of the university sen-
ate held last night, the nominations
for faculty members of the Board in
Control of Student Athletics, made two
weeks ago, were confirmed. The new
members will assume their duties at
once. The following were appointed
to the board: Prof. L. M Gram, Prof.
Reuben Peterson, Prof. R. W. Aigler,
and Prof. W. T. Fishleigh. Because
of the fact that these men were ap-
pointed to serve on the board after
June 1 of last year, it has been de-
cided that they will continue in of-
fice until May 31, 1917.

CLUB TO HOLD PRACTICE MEET
Rifle Men Will Stage Vacation "Shoot-
Fest" at 14. N. G. Range
In order to boom outdoor rifle shoot-
ing, the rifle club will stage an all-
day "shoot-fest" at the National Guard
rifle range some time during spring
vacation. There is an abundance of
ammunition for outdoor shooting on
hand at present and plenty of rifles.
The Rifle club will be strengthened
by the addition of 160 new, men who
have joined the drill corps, since these
men will be required to join the club
in order to procure rifles granted by
the government. All men who can
report for outdoor practice at any
time during spring vacation are urged
to get in touch with Intramural Di-
rector F. A. Rowe or Frank Wood,
the club president, at once.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your interest to trade

GEORGE AND COHN WIN TITLE
Handball Players Beat Tandy and
Wickett for Championship
Playing a strong steady game,
George and Cohn yesterday established'
their claim to championship honors in
the doubles of the handball tourna-
ment by winning from Tandy and
Wickett, runners-up in the event, to
the tune of 15-6, 15-7, 9-15, 15-1.
The championship was to go to the
winner of three out of five games, but
only four were needed to reach a
verdict. The games were for the most
part slow, the champs having little
trouble in disposing of their oppo-
nents. The winners will each receive
a cup.
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FRESH CLOSE PRACTICE TODAY
Candidates Who Stay During Vacation
Will Get Additional Workout
Candidates for Michigan's yearling
nine, will not be allowed to rest until
after the final regular practice this
afternoon, and even then the freshmen
will not entirely quit work on the
formation of the All-Fresh team.
Those who stay in Ann Arbor over
the holidays will h'old daily sessions
from 3:00 to 5:30 o'clock.
The work during the next week will
not be official, but the freshmen will
be given the opportunity at this time
to get in shape, and it is believed that
the men who are around will be able
to show a little better form at the close
of the holidays than those who go
away. McGinnis will be on deck each
day to help the men who are working
out on the job, and to give them in-
dividual attention.

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SOMETHING DIFFERENT
OR THE SAME OLD THING

teams will be entered, including that history of the event. Iowa, Indiana,
of Leonard Seppala, whose Siberian and Nebraska seem to have the best
wolf-dogs - won last year's race in 78 chance in the wrestling meet, while
hours, 44 minutes and 37 seconds. the dope gives Chicago the inside
track in the fencing event. The Lu-
Yale Football Squad to Lose McGrath I ther College team, champions of Iowa,

In either event what ever your fancy may impel you to order will be splendidly prepared
and properly served if you get it at

THE

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New Haven, Conn., April 6.-Coach
Tad Jones received his first blow from
the Yale faculty yesterday when Walt-
er A. McGrath, who was looked upon
as being sure of a line position this
year, was dropped from the Sheffield
Scientific School on account of his
studies. McGrath came here from Ex-
eter where he played two years.
Cornell Coach Picks Lacrosse Team
Ithaca, N. Y., April 6.-Fifteen men
have been picked by Coach Talbot;
Hunter to go on the Cornell University
lacrosse team's southern practice trip,
leaving Ithaca this evening. The first
same.of the season will be played with

are expected to give Northwestern a
close run for the gymnastic champion-
ship.
Rev. Douglas to Preach on "Life Work"
The last sermon in the series being
delivered by Rev. Lloyd Douglas on
"Life Work" will be given at 10:30
o'clock Sunday morning in the Con-
gregational church. - The topic of the
address will be "The Menace of Pro-
fessionalism." The sermon was to
have been given last Sunday but was
postponed on account of the memorial
service for the late President-Emeri-
tus James B. Angell.

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