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ecinU stL, iix 01J U
otege take th
sdale team thi
have an excer
nd are comin
onl of humblin
:am. They hav
Ives superior t
Chicago, if an
ed on compara
food
, promises t
Lds trouble. lH
a sure shot. H
depenolent teat'
to hav'e learne
lway from hi
organization.
'ward, is a hut;
He will be rE
who was aware
competition fc
in the' inter
held here la,
irk, the 'guard
et are also sai

I' Preliminary competition in the cam-
.pus 'oul shooting contest being run
Ioff in Waterman gymnfasium wa~s comn-
Tpleted last night. At thle close of the
afternoon period of first round trials
Carlton F." Wells, '20, led the field with
a total of 43 baskets scored out of a
p-possible 50.
The contest will end today when
~the highR men of the first round take
.their second 50 shots in the finals.
1,The hours set for the finals are 11 to
12 oclock in the morning~ and 1 to 3
g oclock in the afternoon. Any of the'
ventrants who cannot report at these
tohours may ,receive a special time on
-request to, Director Mitchell.
a .The fol'lowing. contestants stood
among the first ten men at the close
of the afternoon, tossing and are list-
leed to compete in the finals today in
[e addition to several more who mpay be
[e included' in result of scores hung up
mY last night: Carlton F. Wells, 20, 43;
adElmer Cress, 20, 39; H. Zinn, '23 ,38;
is N. F. Loran~, '21, 37; W. J. Rice, '23,
36; D. K. White TO0E, 36; L. P. Ren-
s- nell, '22, 35; C. Huber, '23E, 34; R.
e- Waggner, '22, 33.
,r 'ARL P LEASD WITH
id SPIRIT Of TRAgCK MEN1

$Discount on Canadian money is be-'1
ing restricted to currency, according
to local bankers. Contrary to popular
belief, however, the silver is being
taken at its full value by the banks,
who urge the merchants to honor it
as well as the 'Americab silver. *
Although. the banks in Detroit are
accepting Canadian money only, at the<
same value as the currency the banks
here are giving it its face value'on 40-
count of the great shortage of change
that such an action wounld orehte
Estimates by business men all placed
the percentage of Canadian money in.
circulation in this part of Michigan at
50 per cent of the total amount.
The practice of some to discount thy'
money comning in may cause the banks
to withdraw this privilege. They will:
not, however, exchange. American sil-
ver for Canadian. Their ,regular cus-
touriers who deposit with them are the
only ones to whoili the privilege is'
extended.;
Students are warned by the banks
not to trade at stores where Canadian
mxoney is refused or discounted as the :g
merchants will get the full. value for
their money, when depositing it.

1.

"THERE'S NOTHING TOW~ DO,
IN THIS OLE TOWN"
Have you ever said that, when
you're tired of the movies, and
your best girl is out of town,
and you feel sort of "unneces-
sary?"

BEST ATTRACTIONS
FIRST!

A

Just note the address" at the
bottom of this advertisement
and drop in here "Just to look
around" and watch the players.
You'll'"soon find a artuer for
a game of "rotation" or
"straight" and forget 'all, about
your, lonesomeness.
This 'is a clean,. decent place;
one which you'll enjoy visiting
regularly. Come, in today.
HJSTON IDROS.'
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes,
"We try to treat you. Right"
' S

LAST TIMES TODAY

I

I

'CES ARE MICHGAN'S
WEAK POINTS AT
)PRESENT

k,.'# '..,.,.

:pre-I
en- Following in line ='with wat was
ren. sad at the track P'ass meeting thurs-
ions day evening, every man on the track
Ibe squad and several 'new -iiien turned
out' for :practice Friday, afternoon.
ock. There was a spirit of determination.
about the- work such as has not been
shown thus, far this year.
'A Cornell Meet Certain.
FEYA further incentive to practice is
.the definite announcement of the meet
de- with 'Cornell on March 27. Word was
; .o received this morning from the "Big
irth Red~" athletic authorities agreeing to
The this meet.
eed The last time that the Varsity met
;od Cornell in' track was in the spring of
lev- 1917. The meet resulted in a one-
ays. sided victory for the Ithaca team. In
will fact the New York school has man-
ock,, aged to nose out the University in the
Sat majority of the contests. Back in the,
at, 'spring of 1913 was the last time that
the Maize and Blue defeated Cornell.
ex- It is Captain Johnson~s . ambition to
the' repeat this performance when the
fact two teams clah this comiing' Macb.
se- Many Good Athletes
dd- Coach Farrell's squad has some
ne'w likely looking men. Cross was work-
ing out at the pole vault this week for
the first time since he injured his
knee, and in practice showed no 'effect
AT of the injury. Slaughter and Wes-
brook have also been doing good work
iday in the vaulting, and with these three
ket- mnen,' Steve should be able to count
as irn points in this event.
e of The coach's greatest worry at the
will present time is the mile and two mile.
ock 'Hie is anxious to see' any 'men who
[yes can run tl~ese events. Men who show
tart aip at all favorably can feel assured, of
t. place on the squad as these are the
ut(er )resent weaknesses in the team and
* new men must be developed.

--
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HU G YThere is nothing quite so refrieshing
as a dainty sandwitch-atid a cup of
ho chocolate tasty served. =
= BETWEEN CLASSES
AFTE THE MOVIE'
AFTER: THE DANCE
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"'.The. HauntedJ Bedrool
Spooks ' everythin'-If you don't.' believe. a ghiost 'can be
graphed then come and let us prove that suc~h a 'thingis p
EXTRA FEATURES

" The City Dude"'
Travelogue

M~ajestic 40

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Sale of Hart Schaffner & 'Marx,

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Suits and

Overcoats

We *have decided to mfake a reduced: price onal Young Men's Suits and Over-
cotsin odd, sizes and broken lots. All good st yles, fine pure wool fabrics and in a
good range of colors.',!

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RA CCIARI, BAR [TONE
.NGRO YE, PIANIST
n, Thursday, Jian. 15th

Lot I Lot,2
Priced regularly up to $32.00 Priced regularly up to $35.00
at -at
$27.o50 $28.50

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2'

LOtJ Lot 4
Priced. regularly up to ,$42.00 Priced regularly up to $45.00
at at
S 3.00 - $37.50

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100 Hart Schaffner'& Marx Suiits, Values from -$35.00,-to $60.00, at 15 per cent off
Seven Groups of Men's Warm, Comfortable Overcoats

M5.0 VALtES
at
$44.60

$50.00 VALUE&~
k, at ,
42.50

$45.00 JVALUES
atk
$37.50

$40.00 VALUES
at
$33,50

$35.00 VALUE S
at
$27.50

$30.00 VALUES
.at
$24.50

$26.50 VALUES
at
$18.75

'This. Sale Is NowGigOn

at the Big Store of

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Reu~le,

Conltin, Fieg.-el,,& Co.

$1r

RSE TICKETS (Including con.
nplhony, and $3.00 May Festival

THE HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER, & MARX CLOTHES
/ Southwest Corner of Main and .Washington Sts.

III .5
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Dk1~ V72

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