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THIS OVER -TEST IT OUT

rpose of the 20 Exercises in the new booklet "MEMORY
CENTRATIO N" is to so stimulate and train this mental
at it may be used at will. These Exercises do not obstruct
dy; they aid it. The few minutes of diversion is re-
the mental process is claified and stimulated for the real
e day.
is with kindergarten work in mental picturing.
hly cultured minds know something, of the utility of this
cturing. It trains the mind to perfect concentration, and
ber. It will aid you in your work.
nds-60c The Educational Courses,
udividual instruction-$l Box 98. Ann Arbor.

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ALLCOtEGESWORKING
~TOrCATUREBIG EVENS
YALE HAS RECORD BASBALL
TURNOUT; 180 MEN
OUT
New Haven, Feb. 20.-Baseball sea-
son was 'officially opened here today
by Captain Thomas Sawyer's call to
candidates for the Yale nine. A rec-
ord-breaking response was made by a
hundred and eighty prospective wear-
ers of the Blue, who registered in the
Trophy Rodm of the gymnasium.
Training work was outlined by Capt.
Sawyer, Coach William Lander, Bron-
son, Winslow and Burnside of the
Graduates' Advisory tommitte. . The
squad will begin active work tomor-
row in the cage.
OUTSIDE SPORT NOTES
Aggies' Trip Disastrous
Lansing, Feb. 21.-The western trip
of the Michigan Agricultural College
basketball team resulted disastrously
for the wearers of the Green and
White, only one game out of five end-
ing in victory. Notre Dame, the first
to crush the M. A. C. aggregation, was
followed by Creighton College of
Omaha. T'he second game with
Creighton was won by the farmers
after a hard battle, 1 to 15, this being
the first defeat in three years for
Creighton. TheE University of Nebras-
ka then took M. A. C. into camp for
two xgames.,
Nevada Winning Easily
Reno, Nevada, Feb., 21.-Out on the
Pacific slope the University of Nevada
basketball team is finding California
quintets, easy picking. St. Mary's,
'Santa Clara, Stanford and the College
of the Pacific have all been defeated
by high scores. Stanford's surprising
27 to 20 win over California puts
Nevada in a position to claim the
coast championship.
Evanston, Ill., Feb. 21.-Northwes-
tern tank men drowned the Iowa
swimmers in a 67 to 20 deluge re-
gently in the Purple pool. The Hawk-
eyes could secure but two first places,
and the decisive victory of the Evans-
ton squad stamps it as one of the fore-
most contenders for the Confer.ence,
title.
Cornell Beats Yale
Ithaca, N. Y., Feb. 21.- Cornell
xp oved into a tie for second place wit
Yale in the Eastern Intercollegiate
Basketball league by downing the sons
of Ei 25 to 23 in a ard, fast game.
Pennsylvania now tops the league, but
both Cornell and Yale are in striking
distance, and either may overcome the
Red and Blue lead.
Champaign, Ill., Feb. 21.-Captain
Bob Emory . of the University of Illi-
nois track team added 'an item to the
Sucker hopes for the coming season
with his performance in the Champaign
Armory. He broke the existing ar-
mory record for the quarter mile,
negotiating the distance in 51 seconds
For Campus news read te Mleh-
igan Daily.-Adv.

Diminutive Frosh
in Eating Wonder'
It only goes to Fshow that you never'
can judge by appearances.
A emall and innocent appearing
freshman was finishing a good sized
supper the other night in a local
beanery when it appeared that the
proprietor had offered 10 hot ham
sandwiches for the trifling sum of 50
cents to any one who could eat them
one after the other without pause.;
" I'll take: you up on that," said, the
freshman.
Slowly but surely he mawed his way
through the pork, stopping occasion- I
ally forta gulp from the three cups of
coff ee that were placed at his, dis-
posal. Reaching the last bun, he hesi-
tated a moment, then attacked and
conquered. The thoughtful proprietor
placed two cream puffs within reach
but, after eating the first, the frosh
concluded that he "had, enough." Be-
ing properly impressed by the extra-
ordinary feat, the manager decided
that he had got his money's worth
of amusement and declared the feed
was "on him."
The Michigan Daily is aunall-Cam-
pus paper.-Adv.

At Social Functions of any
Kind- Serve

AT LANE HALL

GOOD HOME COOKED
MEALS

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Courteous and satfsfactors
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
"The Ano Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital nd Surplus, $50.000.00.
Besaiiroep....... .$4,00,000.00

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Your Guests Will Enjoy It.

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OVE PUMP STYLE WE HAVE NOW IN
each Kid Gold and Silver Cloth
Pat Colt White Washable Kid
Black and White Satin

Lunch and Dinner at $5.75 per Meek

SE RVICE "TABL E D'HOTE"

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707 North University Ave.
Lunches,
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Enlar iients-
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115 So. mi St.

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719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
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STUDENTS intending
to enoll in the Classes in
Ball Room" Dancing, which
are held in the Arcade
Dance Hall
Monday and
Wednesday
nights at 7 o'clock, and con-
ducted by
Miss
Jeanette Kruszka
and
Mr. Philip Miller

BATHROBES, 'HATS, CAPS, SHOES ETC.
He buys everything in the Iine of clothing

and pays the higest cash prices.

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A phone call will brir
addres at any time.

COATS.

may do so either at
Studio, 516 E. William
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Arcade Dance
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