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FIVE GAMES IN FRATERNITY
INDOOR LEAGUE SET FORTODAY
All games in the first two rounds of
the interfraternity indoor series will
be seven inning contests, but the
games after that will run the full nine
innings. On account of the fact that
gost of the pitchers. have not yet
rounded into best form, a base on
balls will be awarded only on four
balls instead of three as the official
rules provide. Other necessary rules
will be explained on the field..
Today at 3:45 o'clock on south Fer-
ry field the following games are sched-
uled: Phi Kappa Psi vs. ambda Chi
Alpha, Theta Delta Chi vs. Sigma Nu,
Alpha Sigma Phi vs.:Kappa Sigma,
and Kappa Beta Psi vs. Delta Tau
Delta. At 7 o'clock on the Washtenaw-
diamond Delta Theta Phi will meet
Delta Sigma Delta.
For Friday afternoon also at 3:45
o'clock the following games are sched-
uled: , Alpha Tau Omega vs. Zeta Phi,
Knickerbockers vs. Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Beta Theta
Pi, and Hermitage vs. Phi Delta Chi.
At 7 o'clock Theta Xi 'will play Phi
Delta Chi on the Washtenaw diamond.
SOCCER TEAM TO
'PLAY SATURDAY

Unusual Uccurence
g a no hit game is one of the
usual happenings in baseball,
ardless of the score Ruzicka
3 the highest praise for his
this game and the nid-week
last week. Big Ed. has pitch-
al of 18 innings, allowing one,
no earned runs.

TANK TEAM MAY
MEET INELIGIBLES
It is not probable that any more
duel swimiing meets with outside
teams will be held but sometime with-
in the next two or three weeks a meet
will be held between the Var-
sity and a team composed of all inel-
igible men, including freshmen, who,
at the last minute previous to the
Grand Rapids meet, were denied per-
mission to nake the trip. A meet of
this sort should prove'highly inter-
esting, developing, as it will, the close
competition that has been promised
by the practices throughout the yeAr.
The ineligibles would number among
their ranks such strong swimmers as
Hyde, Stuart, Dollavo, Levy, Dunlop,
Valentine, Parker, and Hanson, while
the Varsity, with Robertson, Gilmore,
Porter, Broock, White, Lewy, and
others Who made the Grand RapidsI
trip should be able to make a&good'
showing against their opponents.
Plans for the meet will be announc-
ed at a later date.
HANDICAP TRACK MEET HELD
SATURDAY; RESULTS GOOD
While Coach Farrell and his two re-
lay teams were at the Drake Relays
last Saturday, a handicap meet was
held for the members of the Varsity
squad and tryouts who did not make
the trip to Des Moines. In the ab-
sence of Steve, Captain Carl Johnson
took charge of the aaffir and the re-
sults were highly gratifying to the
coach and.captain.
The competition was close and the
number of men competing well to-
ward the century mark. The show-
ing of Hart in running the 75 yard
dash in eight seconds was particularly
pleasing. Beardsley captured the hur-
dles and Maynard annexed the two
mile. In the 440, Joyner led the field
and in the half mile Douglas placed
first. Lukins took the mile.

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Worry Your Head Off
If 'You Want To
-but ifyou're wise, you'll forget, all
your worries after school hours. '
Shake off your troubles when the whistle
blows and you shut up your desk' for the
day. Come to HUSTON BROS. and play
a few games of biliards.
No game ever invented gives more pleas-
ure and nothing is more restful than' an
hour or so spent over a billiard table.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes, & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

CALL 652-M AFTER 7:30 P. M.

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Hunting, Fishing and Canoe 'Trips
with Indian Guides in the Won-
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- Michigan soccer fans will have a
chance to watch the first game of the
season when the Wolverine team meets
the Detroit Roses at '3 o'clock Satur-
day on Ferry field.
The, Roses were the Michigan
champs for last year and have prac-
tically the same line-up this season.
Their men are, for the most part, ex-
perienced players who have been
members of teams, in England, Scot-
land, Ireland and Canada before com-
ing to this country.
Michigan's team is by no means un-
able to cope,'with them, though, for
judging from last year's performances
of the squad, the contest will be close
and a degreerof skill seldom seen in
this part of the country will reward
the onlookeers.
The team is cosmopolitan in nature,
cofiposed of So. Americans, So. Af-
ricans, one Jap, one Filippino, and
two Americans. The individual star of
the aggregation is Dyason, who, be-
fore coming to this country, was al
member of the championship South Af-
rican team. His playing is unusually
fast and aggressive and together with
Tsai, the Jap, and Sanchez, the Phil-
igpino, forms a powerful nucleus
around- which a fast and skillful team
has been built.
Don't forget that we can supply you
with any thing in the wallpaper or
paint trade.. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
I237.-Adv. ,

Gas Must

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There are only eight days' supply of coal in Ann Arbor with little chance
of further coal reaching us within that time. Gas Consumers must help us.
In order to save all possible for the necessities of life we have adopted the foy
lowing program:

Saved

First.-Gas pressure will be reduced to the lowest point of safety
during the following hours during which 4l cooking must be done:

except

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College Life like

Results of the meet were as fol-
lows: 75 yard dash handicap Hart
(scratch) first, Burns (7 feet) sec-
ond, Simmons (scratch) third; time,
8 seconds. Two mile run, Maynard
first, Whittemore second,' Penberthy
third; time, 10:07 3-5. 440 yard dash,
Joyner first, Simmons second, Thom-
as third; time, 52 1-5 seconds. 120
yard low hurdles, Beardsley first,
Spurrier second, Dunne third; time,
13 2-5 seconds. Mlie run, Lukins first,
Wolfe second; time, 4:48 4-5. Half'
mile run, Douglas first, Fitzgerald'
second, Merz third; time, 2:05 1-5.
Annual 122E Step to Be Held May 28
Due to the limited number of tick
ets, only sophomore engineers are in-
vited to the. annual '22E Step which
will be held May 28 in Barbour gym-
nasium. The .150 tickets will be sold
at the regular assembly, 10 o'clock,
Thursday, April 29.

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11:00 A. M. TO 12:30 P.M.

5:00 TO 6:30 P. M.

5:00 TO 7:30 A.M.

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Second.-Use of gas in factories must be discontinued beginning Wed-
nesday morning, April 28th.
Third.-If these two means do not reduce the us# of 'gas to the safety
point all water heaters will be shut off and all non-essential uses stopped. We
must have help or the calamity of no gas will soon be upon us.

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caps. Herringbones, tweeds,
weaves. Priced, f$2.50 up-
Wild & Co., 311 S. State St.

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Men-Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's shape,
with a new band, will look like
new and save you five or ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.

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world, but Murads are the
"old-feshioned" tastingTurkish
cigarette. ;100% pure Turkish
tobacco makes them taste that way.
That's why thousands and thousands
of men demand them.

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your taste-and when you take them
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apologies to make. You know what we mean!
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