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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Squad to Accustom Itself to Field
day; Varsity )fcn3ers
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NEW STORE
Thos. J. Flatteiry (Inc)

Coaci Farrell and his squad of en-
tries for the Drake relays left Ann
Arbor yesterday at 1:17 o'clock over
the Michigan Central railroad. They
will arrive in- Des Moines about 9:00
this morning. This afternoon the
coach will put all his men--Captain
Smith, Murphy, Donnelly, Ufer, Fox,
and Carroll-through their paces on
the field where the meet will bc held

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In this collection of women's suits will be found all-
wool Serges, Poplins and Gabardines. Some have
handsome silk collars. Many are fancy button trim-
med. Belted and loose flare jackets, with lining of Peau
de Cygne silk in contrasting shades. Skirts are, for the
most part, circular, moderately full and plain tailored.
Sketch shows a plain tailored model of navy blue or black
Gabardine. Conservative flare style jacket, belted at
back and sides. Mannish broad revers, self coat collar,
and over collar of white Faille silk. Plain tailored cir-
cular skirt. The jacket Peau de Cygne lined. A very
serviceable, practical and good looking suit at $15.

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Listen to This!
We bought a 1ig line of
raincoats earlythis spring.
Since we bought, prices
on raincoats have gone
way up. But we are still
selling them at the old

price.

Therefore, next

time that the sky looks
dreary, get s car ed and
run into
The Varsity Toggry Shop
arid
save from
2to 3 d as
ON A RAINCOAT

tomorrow.
During the absence of the coach
from Ann Arbor, Farrell has assigned
to various members of the Varsity
squad the task of instructiig track
men in their different events. Every
freshman and Varsity man who is out
for a place on either of the teams
is expected to report Saturday after-
noon at 3:00 o'clock to the men who
will have charge of the different
events. "Cec" Cross will have all the
weight men in tow, Kessler will have
jurisdiction over the pole vault can-
didates; "Vic" Simmons will guide
the destinies of the high jump as-
pirants, while Corbin wil take charge
of all hurdlers. For the broad jump-
ers, "Buzz" Catlett has teen dele-
gated the official in charge. All other:
men, which includes tryouts for 'the
sprints and distance runs, will have
Dr. May as their boss for the after-
noon.
This afternoon the tryouts for both
All-Fresh and Varsity teams will
work out as usual.
VARSITY TO MEET PSI
NORMAL TEAM SATURDAY
Lundgren Plans Practice Game Which
Will Begin at 8:00 o'Clock; No
Admission Charged
Coach Lundgren has determined to
give his ball-tossers all the experi-
ence under fire possible before the
Varsity hits the bigger teams on its
schedule, and in accordance with this
policy a practice game with Ypsilanti.
Normal has been arranged to fill the
open date Saturday.
Tutor Mitchell of the pedagogues cap-
tained the Wolverines during a year
of his collegiate baseball career, and
has long cherished a desire in hisd
heart to get a crack at the big boys.
"Mitch" thinks his material at the
Normal school is of good enough cali-
ber to make the contest interesting.
Saturday's game will be staged on
the Varsity diamond at Ferry Field,
hostilities beginning at 3:00 o'clock.
No admission will be charged.
CLASS BASEBALL STARTS SOON
Teams Already Turning Out for Pre-
liminary Practice
With the date of the opening of the
class baseball tournament only a week,
away aspirants for places on the vari-
ous teams are beginning to put in anl
appearance at Ferry Field. Quite a
large number have already turned out
and are getting a little preliminary
practice before the #schedule is start-
ed.
Intercollege Manager Thomas stated1
last night that the schedule would bet
made out some time before Mondayi
evening, and that the tournament
would begin about next Wednesday.

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MAJESTIC
2:30 and 8:15
Another Big Suceess
Arthur
Chatterdon
And His Invincible Co.
TODAY and TONIGHT
""The Witching
Hour"
SATURDAY-Matinee and Night
First Time inAuu Arbor
"Pierre of the Plains"
ALL FRESH TENNIS MEN MEET
Plans for Tournament Will Be )is-
cussed This Evening
A meeting for all freshmen interest-
ed in tennis will be held tonight at
7:00 o'clock in room 205 in the north
wing of University hall. Plans will
be discussed for a tournament which
wil begin next week. The winners in
this tournament will make up the All-
Fresh tennis team.
E. F. Steketee, '19, has been appoint-
ed manager and is now arranging a
schedule. of eight matches for the
team. Two contests with Toledo Scott
High.School have already been secured
and the remainder of the dates will
probably be filled by some of the
smaller Michigan colleges.
VARSITY TENNIS CALL DELAYED
Poctor Lee, Coach, in Chicago, and
Poor Condition of Courts, Cause
A call for candidates for the Varsity
tennis team will probably be issued
either tomorrow or in the immediate
future. With Doctor Lee out of town
and Captain Crawford unable to ap-
pear on the courts at Ferry Field,
nothing definite in the way of plans

for work or calls for candidates has
been accomplished. The coach is ex-
Spected to return from Chicago today,
but the Varsity leader will not be able
to get out for practice possibly for
several days to come.
Only one court was in sufficiently
good condition to permit of a workout
yesterday. Several men engaged in
practice bouts, Mack, Switzer, Codd
and Steketee employing the time and
the one court in getting into condi-
tion.
SPRING TRAINING WILIL
NCLUSCRIMMAGING
Yost Plans to Give Squad Hard Work
During Next Week; About 30
Men in Uniform
Scrimmage will figure in the spring
training of 'the 1916 Varsity football
squad, according to a statement by
Coach Yost yesterday. The Varsity
mentor said that work of this kind
would in all probability begin about
the first of next week.
Between 25 and 30 men reported for
work yesterday, although the game
with Olivet attracted several of the
eligibles. Practice consisted in pass-
ing the ball and running under punts,
blocking and tackling, and in running
the ball from simple formation.
"Jack" Dunn, star quarterback onl
the 1914 All-Fresh eleven, appeared
in uniform yesterday afternoon. With
Dunn, Sparks and Zieger in the run-.
ning, the race for ,the helm position
on next fall's team should resolve it-
self into a close contest, with apros-
pect of a more than ordinarily strong
man piloting.
Only one additional candidate, H.
H. Block, secured a suit at the athletic
office yesterday. This last candidate
brings the total 'number of men out
or possessing lockers to 44.

A Pleasant Surprise for Easter
The most pleasant surprise will be our candy. Every one knows IT'S
GOOD. Buy Betsy Ross Candy and BE SURE you will get the best, fresh-
est and purest candies made. Ask for our Easter Special.
BETSY ROSS CANDY SHOP.
600 East Liberty Street

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KERWINE WINS SNAPPY BOUT
Picked as Winner Over Weske in
Wrestling Contest on Points
In one of the snappiest bouts staged
this year in the wrestling tournament
Kerwine defeated Weske on points yes-
terday. The bout went the full 10
minutes and was featured by aggres-
sive work on the part of both men,
so much so that the judges had con-

siderable trouble in picking the win-
ner. The match was the last in the
semi-finals. The winner showed the
beqtter condition for the most part, his
power of endurance being especially
noticeable.9
The result of yesterday's match
leaves Moisides and Kerwine qualify-
ing for the finals in the heavyweight
class. In the middleweight division,
Planck and "Tony" Amtsbuechler will,
battle for championship honors; Reider

and Brown will compete in the wel-
terweight class, while the former will
also meet Whitlow for the highest
honors in the lightweight group. The
date for the holding of these matches
has not yet been set, but it is likely
that they will be run off within a
week.
Estimates given on all kinds of
painting, papering, or decorating of
any kind. C. Hf. Major & Co. Phone
237. a21-2,3,6

WHEN THE
SPIRIT MOVES YOU

To seek something better; when you want to treat yourself to a better meal than you are
getting regularly, take yourself around on Liberty Street to

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If it is your first attempt you have an agreeable surprise coming to you; you nave been
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Look over the advertizements
The Michigan Daily. They will
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