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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Daily, the only morn- the latest Campus, City and World
n Arbor, contains all News.-Adv.

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OUR IDEA OF Ab
KODAK PICTURE
have always had the idea that every Kodak User wants the
,sible results.. So instead of rushing films and prints througlf
doping and printing processes, we take the required time and
do the work right and we find our customers are in favor of

Indoor practice was the scene of
more batting yesterday than has been
indulged in at any time this year. The
whole floor of Waterman gymnasium
was turned into a baseball diamond.
Infielders were stationed at their po-
sitions and the workout resembled a
real game. Catchers were given their
first chance at pegging, and infield-
ers chased the liners driven out by
the batters. In addition to the game
on the main part of the floor, men
were batting in the cage at 'the east
end of the gym.
Show Good Form
Lundgren's hurlers are now using
more speed and are trying curves oc-
6asignally. The majority of the men
ate meeting the ball squarely with
their bats. Karpus, last year's hard
hitting third baseman, ist working out
regularly now since the 'close of the
basketball season. Karp is in fine
condition from his work in the Qourt
game and from all appearances has
not lost his batting eye. A leadoff,
composed of hitters as Knode, Mraz
and Karpus have been in former sea-
sons will cause many an opposing
pitcher worry. Pete Langaban and
Shorty Wimnbles are also hitting well.
Coach Lundgren hopes to have his
men on the Ferry field diamond by the
end of another week. The coach is
well pleased with his material but is
not making any predictions until he
has seen them in outdoor action. The
catchers are showing up much better
since the beginning of more strenuous
batting work. Genebach pegs well
and Bigelow injects a lot of pep into
his work. Pete VanBoven who can
do anything on the diamond except
pitch is giving the first base job the
once over. Pete appeared yesterday1
with a firstbaseman's glove and made
a good 'showing., t
Visit Four States
Scarcely three weeks remain until
the Wolverines begin their -invasion
of the South for their spring training.
Other conference teams are also start-
ing in the South this year. The Wol-
verines' first intercollegiate contest
is with the University of Kentucky at
Lexington, Ky., three weeks from to-
morrow. From there they invade Ala-
bama and Georgia and return through
Tennessee, where they engage Van-
derbilt at Nashville for two games.

Robins, Smuck
Proclaim Spring
She is here! At least we think so.
No, not Elaine Hammerstein--Spring.
With her teasing sportiveness she's
fooled us more than once this year
but, if we're to believe in signs at all,
she's here to stay this time.
You'd have thought so had you been
on the campus last nigth and seen
'all the happy "two-s'omes" striving to
prove that Tennyson was right.
"In spring a young man's fancy
does lightly turn-"
And then today we saw two robins.
Of course we know that they can't all
,afford to go south for the winter but
these have been. We knew because
one had a bit of a cotton ball on his
wing-hadn't even had time to wash
up.
And, too, we've noticed some riding
togs* coming out. to Air and a few ven-
turesome spirits have even been gal-
loping their fiery steds on the boule-
vard.
Smuck says, "Business is fine," and
he's been buying many a good win-
ter suit for just about the price of a
Hop ticket. That reminds u3, Dr. Tom
Lovell is welcoming the advent of
spring with renewed vigor and ver-
sification.
But if you want conclusive proof
from a source which you cannot
doubt just notice that woolen socks
are passe and silk are being worn.
Now do you believe Spring's here?

999

TAXI

League President to Return
Marguerite Chapin, '20, will resumei
her position as president of the Wom-
en's league next Monday. She has
been in Detroit for more than two
weeks on account of the illness of her
sister.
Page and Shaw Candies of Boston.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv.

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TEACHERS
Do you want to secure the
Best Position and the "High Dol.
lar" in salary next year? If so,.
write Today for our Salary
Schedule and Literature. Only
4%' Comm. Payable in Fall.
Central & Western States.
HEUER TEACHERS' AGENCY
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Brief Cases. Music Folios
Student Cases

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Guaranteed goods are
your protection.
Insist on the original
Sold by all Reliable
Dealers,

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UNIVERSITY AVE.
AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK

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200-204 EAST LIBERTY STRET

tory Supplies

Tickets for the senior girls' sup-
per will be on sale from 9 to 12
o'clock Friday morning in Univerity
hall. Tickets will be 35 cents each.
,Ferris Institute club will have a
banquet in Ypsilanti Saturday 'night,
March 20. All members of the club
will leave on the 6:10 car that night.
The Women's league will give a
dancing party and tea at 4 o'clock
this afternoon in Barbour gymnas-
ium,
Board of directors of the Women's
league will meet at 9 o'clock Satur-
day. March 20, in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
There will be a Women's league
party at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
JUNIOR-GIRLS' PLAY TICKETS
UO FAST; FEW YET UNCLAIMED
Tickets for the Junior Girls' play
have been selling rapidly this week.
The few ticekts still unclaimed by se-
niors for Friday night will be on sale
after 1 o'clock in University hall for
underclass women and townswomen.
There are a number of g',od seats
left for the Saturday afternoon per-
formance, on sale in University hall
and at Graham's book store.
"WESTERNERS" PLAN DANCE;
'OFFICERS FOR YEAR ANNOUNCED
"Westerners" club social committee
arranged Wednesday night for a dance
to take place Friday, April 2, at the
Packard academy. Tickets will be
sold at the special meeting of 'the
club called for Wednesday night.
K Officers elected at the last meeting
of the club, when the Rocky Mountain
and Western clubs united, were as
follows: president, Charles Erbaugh,
Jr. Spec.; vice-president, A. B. Camp-
bell, '22; secretary, Frances IFeller,
'23; and treasurer, Lawrence Lott,
'22.
DUET DANCE TO BE SEEND
AT LEAGUE PARTY TODAY,

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YOU WILL ENJOY USING THE
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come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.

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.g, mahogany finished. Price
all 2545-M or 428 Hamilton
meniungs.
,E-Beautiful evening- gown
e at a bargain. Call' at 10
Arcade.
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LOST
LOST-Large black, imitation leather
note book, Irving Pitt make. Con-
tains important economics notes.
Please call 1906-J.
LOST- Wednesday, March 10, dark
rimmed glasses in black case, on or
near Campus. Finder please call
1680-J.
LOST--Alpha Gamma Rho pin, initi-
als B. W. K. '16, on back. Finder
please phone 962-J. - Reward.
LOST,; Gold watch chain with knife
attached. Finder call H. B. Grundy,
558, and receive rewar:.
LOST-Love's .Calculus Wednesday in
.old or new Engineering Building.
Call W. A. Blair. 317.
LOST-Pair man's overshoes at Main
Library week ago Friday. Please
return to Janitor.
LOST-Black leather bill fold with
identification card. Finder please
call 566. Reward.
MISCELLANEOUS
S.ALESMEN WANTED-Factory re-
built tires are in great demand; at-
tractive +proposition submitted upon
application; estimated commissions
about $100 weekly to start; territory
assigned men who can produce; only+
hustlers ieed apply. Necessary that+
you liae Me use of an Aut mobile.
'EASTMAN UT1BBER WORKS, Inc.,F
213 W. 40th St,
New York City.
WILL THE person who took note]
book from dental clinic please re-
turn notes to,237 N. Ingalls.

Boxing Meetings Held Twice Weekly{
Regular meetings' of the University
Boxing club are now being held every
Tuesday and Thursday nights at the
clull's quarters in the Waterman gym-
nasium. The club is a reorganization
of. the one established at the Univer-
sity before the war. "Ted" Sullivan
boxing instructor at the Detroit Ath
letic club, has been secured to help
the members master some of the finer
points of the game. Sullivan is a
strong advocate of the "straight left,"
the clever little jab which has been a
big factor in bringing such success to
Benny Leonard. Club offerers for this
semester are: President, R. V. Lib-
onati, '23M; Vice-president, C. A.
Pipp, '23; secretary, K. S. White, '23;
treasurer,- C. J. Gogulski, '21E; man-
ager, J. V. Wagar, '20.
Oklahoma Directory Shows Changes
The new Oklahoma alumni directory
which is about ready to go to press
shows unusual changes in the enroll-
ment of this year as compared with
that of former years. The percentage
of men graduates is decreasing and
the percentage of women receiving
degrees is increasing. The total num-
ber of alumni listed in the directory is
1994.
MEN-Hats are high; your last sea-
son's hat cleaned and reblocked 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 Pack-
ard St. Phone 1792.-Adv
WOMEN NOTICE - We clean, re-
block, and redye Milan, Hemp, Chip,
Lisers and all kinds of straw hats.
Reblocked into the new shapes they
are as nice as new and save you a lot
of money. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617 Pack-
ard St. Phone 1792.-Adv.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One double room. 603 E.{
Washington St. Phone 2522-M. One1
block from campus. Reasonable.

Come in and let us show you one

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Drugs, Kodaks, Candy & Soda Water

Mildred Henry, '22, and Marguerite
Cavendish, '21, will give a duet dance
at the Women's league party this aft-
ernoon, and Hall house and Kent hall
will be represented on the program.
Dancing will begin at 4 o'clock and
the skits at 4:30 o'clock, in Barbour
gymnasium. Chocolate nut candy
will aagin be sold for the beneft of
the William Smith college fund.
COLONEL MOORE INSPECTS
SIGNAL CORPS DIVISION
Col. John C. Moore, from the of-
flee of the chief signal officer, Wash-
ington, D. C., spent Wednesday in-
specting the University signal corps
division of the R. 0. T. C. Colonel
Moore is now on a tour of inspection
of signal corps divisions of univer-
sity R. 0. T. C. units.

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