T1? MICHIGAN DAILY
CHOOSE TENNIS PRIERS
"TI!MAKE ESTERN TRIP
nly practical de-
ble motor attach-
to the Golf
!tai3 (rawOl Miak, Switzer anid
aerwood to Represeni;
g M iehigan
S Y , uts for the eastern tennis trip
w eh.lyesterday afternoon on Ferry"
field, .d t' four men who will rep-
esent ffichiga. on the tour were
chosen. :e team will line up as fol-
lows: Captain Crawford, Mack,
Swit.:r and Sherwood.
Eai man played a round and the
standing was taken from the result-
in- scores. The team leaves tomor-
row alternoon at 2:32 o'clock. The
first match will be played with
essal:r wi olytV(:lmiC.
The nmes of the 'Brown university
men who will play against Michigan
:at Providnce, and the standing of
the Prown team to date have been
receivod here. The team is as fol-
lows: Captain W. R. Chandler, G.
R. Ewing, C. Day, and G. S. Eddy.
Out of four matches held this season
the Brown men have tied one and lost
three. They tied Wesleyan 3-3, Co-
lumbia won her match 7-2, while both
Trinity and Dartmouth colleges de-
feated the Rhode Islanders by a 6-0
TWO TRACK TEAMS TO APPEAR
- arty :mnid AI-Fresit Aggregations
Both Conptenere Saturday
IIONEOPS AND FRESH DENTS'
W'ATCh! VARSITY,. AND FOFEIT
The Varsity diamond held too big
an attraction for the majority of the
aspirants to honors in the class base-
ball league yesterday afternoon, since
two forfeited games were all that
could be shown for the day's total.
The junior dents were awarded a
forfeit due-to the failure of the home-
ops to appear, and the fresh dents al-
lowed the foresters to claim their
scheduled game by the same route.
Try-outs for memberships in the I
freshman and sophomore relay teams,
which will compete in the annual
Fresh-soph games en May 20 will be
held daily between 3:30 and 5:30
o'clock on Ferry field. Entrants
should report to the committeemen
at the club house, who will time each
man in the 220 on a grass track.
There will be 50 men on each side.
All-fresh or Varsity track team mem-
bers will not be allowed to take part
Pennsylvania now claims the
"strong man" title in the person of
H. G. Russell, and founds her claim
upon a test held recently, at which
time Russell made a strength test of
1965 pounds, bettering the mark made
by "Mike" Dorizas, also a student in
that institution. Russell's test is far
inferior to that of Roy Johnson, Mich -
igan's "strong man." In Johnson's
last test he was credited with a
strength test of 3043 pounds.
HOLD TRY-OUTS FOR FRESH.SOPH
REL tYS AT FERRY FIELD DAILY
[PENeSY'S STRON\O NAN FAILS
To EQUAL JOHNSON'S MARK
Patroiize IDally Ad-i'ertizers,
** ia the spring contests.
Pllatr(luJYe lDl~y Ad vertizers.
FACT' LTY RIFLE CLTB TO HOLD
'OINTEST SATURDAY MO0RNING
Faculty rifle . enthusiasts will be
given a chance to demonstrate their
ability Saturday morning at the Na-
tional Guard rifle range, at which time
a contest will take place between va-
rious faculty members of the rifte club,
although non-members will also be
given a chance at the targets. The
event is expected to interest faculty
men in the club, with the object of
enrolling them as members.
ne to Work.
ne for Pleasure.
Grease, No Jar
niles on a gal, of Gas.
a Trial Ride,
Displeased With Tur'noait of
en for Spring Practice
oach Pontius was again dis-
the number of football can-
hat turned out for practice
. At 4:00 o'clock there were
mentout in uniform.
ssaid that it would save theI
ust one montla of hard work
if the men would get out
'n the fundamentals thi'
HIe remarked that the way the
reporting for practice is au
meter of the "mental atti-
he school," and as far as it'
1 demonstrated this season,
Ing to the mentor the ex-
i of last fall's poor showing
tly clear. He said, in brief,
showed as poor a spirit last
hey are showing this spring,
ao wonder at all why they
ye a successful season then."
Saturday's Varsity track meet will
afford the campus the only chance it
will have to see both the Varsity and
the All-Fresh teams in competition
this season. It will also give to the
student followers of the freshmen the
last and only opportunity they will
have to see the yearlings in action out
The only outside meet which the
1919 men will engage in this spring is
the struggle which they will have
when the Aggie outfit is encountered
at East Lansing on May t7.
Fora thesereasons, andbecause of
the fact that the rain kept the at-
tendance down under three figures in
last week's Notre Dame clash, it is
expected that a crowd will be out for
the pre-Cornell-baseball game meet.
This week's cinder contest is open
to everyone who is scholastically eli-
gible to compete. Many newcomers
whohave been out only a few times so
far this season, and some who have
C not been able to get out at all will
Judge of Cigarettes?.
Can you recognize for
y urself the great cigarette
Then Murad is certainly the ciga-
rette for you.
You won't have to be TOLD Murad
is made of 17 Turkish tobaccos.
The taste of those tobaccos
will be unmistakable to you.
You won't have to be TOLD
that Murad is far better than any
20c cigarette and many 25c
fe IDAly Adverilzrs
no doubt take part in the afternoon's
CAIN QEIN0 (AN4 ElNG ('AINOEIN GCANOEING
U .rof M . B a uE
We urge that all persons desiring a
Canoe for either Sunday afternoon
or evening make their reservations
for same before Saturday night.
A cash deposit is required to cover all reservations, and
the new OLD TOWN CANOES are first choice.
(is~mOlN N )N(a ('1NOEN. CANOEINA
U " 1 ,5 1
Murad itself will reveal that
REMEMBER - Turkish
tobacco is the world's most
famous tobacco for cigareftes.
A r kars of #hrr .- w'ktsl
dt d . ±
mx,-,N V c r, s se xr ; eu ava ca ran a
i/h ~' ~ :h~:~-,' It's Csrrc
it of the common run of Straws
because KNOX made them
GET A DINNER
THAT FITS YOUR MOOD
Sitting down to a sad and soggy meal when your heart is filled with the joy of living
and the sunhine of spring, is like throwing a wet blanket on a good deed.
Knox "Beacon" Straws $3, $4, $5
ether makes at one dollar or more
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE
specializes on light lunches-delectable dinners'and splendid suppers that satisfy and make
life truly, worth while. Get in the way of eating here, "It's a fine habit,"
It C BIGah g
It's Correct, It's at the 1ig Store
The further we go into this thing--The more convinced
I am that the Renelten was needed.