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April 20, 1919 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Men Wanted.!

FIRST MASS ATHLETC
PRACTICE TO 0E HELDi

Who have had experience in can-
vassing or who have managed crews,

MONDAY, DATE SET;FOR
OFWORKOUTS ON
FERRY FIELD

START

etc. Need several men with

ability

as county managers.

Good salary

and commission.

Make application

brief; give experience, salary expect-
ed, at least two references. For
summer vacItion only.

Address Box XQ
Care Michigan Daily
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Golf Suits

Riding Breeches

II. E. GRENNAN

Custom Tailor

Original Designs

Now Open for Business

I 14 Nickels Arcade

Preliminary practice for the Con-
ference mass athletic meet will start
Monday on the small field beside Wat-
erman gymnasium.
This mass track and field meet will
be, if it has the success it merits, and
is expected to have, one of the biggest
things in the life of the American
college and nation. It comes in re-
sponse to the plea from the govern-
ment to "keep fit." The value of train-
ing in the war has shown what could
be done if men were in athletic trim
and ready to undergo hardships. Un-
der the present system this is almost
impossible for any save the best in
each line of sport, but with the mass
athletic idea installed any number of
men could compete and the results
that each entry obtains will go to-
ward the final total, giving every man
a sense of responsibility.
Dr. May Enthusiastic
Dr. May and his assistants are very
enthusiastic over the possibilities pre-
sented by the new idea and are
anxious to get to work as soon as
possible. They will start action on
the small track at the side of the gym-
nasium because of the locker and bath-
'ing facilities. Some one will be at
the track every afternoon to instruct
in the various events, which include,
100 yard dash, 50, yard low hurdle,
running broad and high jumps, and 12
pound shot put.
Month to Train
Finals for all events will be held
on Ferry field, May 17, and 24. This
leaves only a month for the men to
get in condition and all of the time
will be needed to obtain the best re-
sults. All students in school are elig-
ible, except those who have already
won an athletic a'ward in some branch
of sport. This meet is also 6pen to
members of the faculty, in order that
it, will 'be a step tward universal
physical training.
Records of the performances in
practice will be kept by the coaches
and in picking the team, of 200 mem-
bers, these results will be made the
basis of selection.
Engineering News
Conditional examinations were held
in the engineering college Friday and
Saturday. As soon as the instructors
have gi'aded. the papers and given
the marks to the secretary the stu-
dents may learn if they pass.
Further examinations will be held
Friday afternoon, and Saturday of this
week in the Engineering building. Stu-
dents may wp~k off conditions at this
time in: Chemistry, Drawing, Survey-
ing, Engineering Mechanics, Meclan-
ical Engineering 2 and 3, and Elec-
trical Engineering.
Prospects for all the senior engi-
neers securing positions before grad-
uation are increasing. Letters are re-
ceived by faculty members of the En-
gineering college asking them to rec-
ommend students for positions. Par-
ticulars may be secured from Prof.
J. E. Emswiler.
Work began, Saturday, on the erect-
ing of the aerial of the University wire-
less apparatus. The receiving station
only will be intsalled as permission has
not yet been received by amateur sta-
tions to maintain a sending apparatus.
A. D. Parker, formerly of the en-
gineering faculty, and now connected

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Class baseball managers will
meet with Dr. May to arrange
Iinterclass baseball schedule at
7 o'clock, Monday evening.
with the American Telephone and
Telegraph company, will be in Ann
Arbor Monday for the purpose of in-
terviewing engineering students desir-
ing positions with this company.
Hoarded Money Coming to Light
Money, hoarded during the war when
the outcome was doubtful, is coming to
light, according to the reports of sav-
ings banks. The unpatriotic owners
of this money may still make amends
by investments in Victory bonds.

Studio
516 William St.
Phone 1422R

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Shows

Today

1:30, 3:00, 4:30, 7:00, 8:30

Residence
2006 Washtenaw Ave.
Phone 1598

Today Only

MISS JEANETTE H. KRUSZKA

ALLACE

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Dancing

School of Dancing
Private Lessons in modern Ballroom

ARE THEY GOOD?
I'LL SAY THEY ARE
for the box came from the
Fountain of Youth

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"Guess L' O and Lkce a fa.ll out of ihe kaiser
WALLACEJ REID 1tt"A~aS Mike Morana
WALLY REID is the champion speed merchant in the films, and, what is more, he is willing
to prove it, He sent out a challenge some time ago to the members of the Hollywood film col-
oey, daring any of them to race with him. Since some of them had seen him hit up a speed of
between one hundred and one hundred and ten miles to the hour, they wisely ignored the chal-
lenge. Wally prefers his "boat" to even an aeroplane, and he has piloted a sky-ship on several
occasions. Strict business ethics won't allow us to tell you the make of his car, but maybe you
can guess it. For real speed, though, Wally says, you will want to see him in his coming Par-
amount production, "Alias Mike Moran."
Burton Holmes Travelogue
Selected Comedy

Why Are You
So Insistent,

Wahl
Eversharp
Pencil
Afivays sharp
Never Sharpened
$1.00 to $4.00

BECAUSE

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Adults 2oc

Including Tax

Children oc

310 South State Street

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Atr. Besimers'
Beefs teak
Dinners are so
hard to equal.

"Diamonds"
Diamonds are bought for a life-
time and their choosing should be
a matter of much discrimination.
Here you may select in safety--our
diamonds are accurately described
in every detail; they are of good
quality and sold at a modest profit

Coming Soon

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Gigantic Production

"11e Squa.w

Man"

in

WITH THE GREATEST CAST

Schfanderer
& Seyfrieda
LIBERTY STREET

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