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ST REPORT

CLASS TRACK MEET
TO BE HELD MAY 29

nois men at Madison last Saturday
when they were conceded but slight
chance for victory. The win of the
Badgers makes them dangerous con-
tenders for the title in the Conference
meet to be held here on June 4 and 5.

Everything for painting is carried U
here in ample quantity to supply the
demand. If it's for painting, it's here.
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.:,
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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WEEK

A. representative of every team
must report tothe interscholas-
tic manager between 10 and 1'2
o'clock this morning, athletic of-
Press building, Maynard street,
to check over entry list. ,

REX BEACW'
'SILER

YUMERALS TO BE AWARDED

ALL

WHO PLACE; URGE FRESH
TO ENTER

MULLANES TAFF IES d I
Drug Store, 117 So. Main St.
ceived every week.-Adv.

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.isl1p hopes took a decided
d Wednesday afternbon
in Parks and his nine
torious over Ohio State in
inest pitchers' battles ever
in Ferry field. Both teams
er the adverse conditions
diamond but the masterly
the Michigan leader was
or the powerful Buckeye
and a serious crimp was
ir hopes of gaining the Big

COURT TOURNEYS
GET CONFERENCES
Tennis has been prohibited by rain
so many times in the last two weeks
that there is great danger of having
the tournaments run beyond the close
of school, and the Intramural office
has therefore decided that all match-
es, both interclass and interfraternity,
shall be decided by two out of three
sets.
All contestants are paired as last
announced, and- it is urged that these
play off at the very earliest sign of
good weather, in order to expedite
matters on the courts. For the same
reaspn, fraternity teams are requested
to enter teams of two men only, in-
stead of four, as previously announced.
All.courts at Ferry field will be re-
served for tournament use only, as,
85 are entered in the interclass match-
es, and the fraternities will be \ some
time in playing off. For the next few
weeks all players not entered in eith-
er of these classes will give way to
those who are, in the matter of the
use of courts, and interclass play will
supersede that in the inter-house
league.

of Ohio, Iowa re-
st obstacle in the
men. A win for
'awkeyes on Satur-
hem as contenders
Aly assure Lund-;
place in one of the
ecent years. Iowa
iree victories and
st six wins and no
i. Hamilton, star
. of the Hawkeyes,
e as a mound ar-
>posed by Ruzicka
beginning of warm
t show the form he

Entry sheets for Coach Farrell's
'open track and field meet to be held
on the morning of Saturday, May 29,
are now posted in the Club House on
Ferry field, and men wishing to en-
ter may sign up there. It is necessary
to hold the meet in the morning as:
the afternoon will be taken up by a
meet between the Wolyerines and Ohio4
State university.
The event will be in the nature of{
an interclass affair, and only men
who have never won an "M", "A. M.
A." or numerals in track will be per-
mitted to enter. It offers, therefore,'
a remarkable opportunity to earn
awards, and Coach Farrell is particu-
larly anxious for members of the
freshman class tq contest, as it will
give him a chance to look over pros-
pective material for the coming years.
On the program for the morning will'
be every event which is offered in a
dual track meet; the 100, 220, and 440,
yard dashes, the 120 and 220 yard hur-
dles, the half-mile, mile, and two mile
runs, high and broad jumps, the- pole
vault, and the shot, hammer, discus,
and javelin throws.
The first three men to place in eadh
event will be awarded numerals, pro-
vided that at least five men are en-
tered, and freshmen who place will be
given freshman numerals with blue
jerseys. I
All men who hold lockers at Ferry
field, and who are not participating in
this meet or are not members of the
Varsity squad are requested to re-1
move their belongings at once.
Dual Meet with 0.$. U.
Little difficulty is expected in the
meet with Ohio State on Saturday.
While the Buckeyes are represented
by a strong aggregation it is fairly safe
to predict a Michigan victory., Still, one
cannot be overconfident. Wisconsin's
track team downed the stellar Illi-

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ARE YOU INTER(ESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG WMENT
Play is as necessary as work.
Any game which is interesting
enough to afford realaRe-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro-
vided it is payed amid clean,
decent srroundings.
Most young men prefer games
like billiards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, you
are invited to visit our billiard
parlors as often as you wish.
You will find that this is a'
place of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
lutely TABOO.

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Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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SCHEDULE FOR REST
OF THIS WEEg ANNOUNCED

Next Week
ffer the bigg
of the year w
cheduled. Calif
Jotre Dame
Son Saturday
pose the Wolv
field. Califon
an opponent

ion. Intramural baseball, which was
ach postponed from Triursday on account
its )f rain, will be played as follows:
Today at.: 30
Laws vs. senior lits. .
;est Senior engineers vs. junior lits.t
vith Alpha Delta Phi vs. Zeta Psi and
for- Psi Upsilon ;vs. Phi Sigma Kappa.
on Beta Theta Pi'vs. Nu Sigma Nu at
are 4:45.
ver- Saturday
nia Soph lits vs. fresh lits and soph en-
of gineers vs. fresh .engineers at 1
ted, o'clock to avoid interference with In-
El- terscholastics.
tra-

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BUILDING
Woodward at Grand Circus

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inference teams and
f comparison can be
they met defeat at
raska by a 1 to 0
were held to one
sker pitcher. Elli-
,ace; was not pitch-
ska, but will proba-

Side Walk Report to Be Given
Reports on erection and repairing
of city side walks will be heard at a
meeting of the sidewalk committee
in the council chambers tonight.

A little paint
Call in and we
ff. Major & Co.,
edv.

talk is in order now.
will do the rest. C.
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Everything new in wall paper is
represented in our complete stock.
Phone 237. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.
Fraternity Hat Bands-Wild & Co.,
311 S. State St.-Adv.

will appear on Ferry 'field
May 29. A victory over the
his timewill completely
hem from the running and
and Blue team can be de-
)n to play desperately to re-
iance it still possesses of ty-
ning the Western title. Cap-
or Heikes will pitch for 11-
ith of these men are effec
s. Michigan's selection to
inois will be decided upon
date. Wins over Iowa and
11l cinch the title for the
5.

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SLunches
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Candy
Maynard St.

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men of this city and other citie
present high price of clothing.
W E arg with you men to the 1
more favorable price situation -
erything in our power to keepI
count on us to co-operate with
vidual effort to attain this end..
lines of Men's All-Wool Hand
coats at
40.00 - 45.00 and 50
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engineers must pay
and assessments for
ure Friday morning,
n the first floor of the
ag building.
Daily for Campus News.

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