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at Lexington, April 10. Alabama Poly-
technic at Auburn, Alabama, will be
met in a two game series April 12
and 13. Georgia at Athena furnishes
the next opposition in two games
scheduled April 14 and 15. The train-
ing trip ends at Nashville, Tennessee,
where Vanderbilt will be played, April
16 ad 17. After the completion of
this trip the Wolverines are idle until
April 24 when they open the Confer-
ence schedule with Indiana university
at Bloomington.
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J ARMY ATHLETES HAVE CHANCE
FOR COMPETITION IN OLYMPIC
Washinton March 27-Army ath-

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ALL GYM CLASSES
TO CONDUCT TESTS
Competition between -the freshman
gymnasium classes to determine thef
class average in 'all-round develop-
ment is occupying the attention of
Dr. May and his corps of, assistants
during these last weeks of gymnasium
,work. "There are four essential at-
tributes in the all-round development
of the body," said Dr. May. "These
are speed, endurance, strength and
co-operation. The eight tests which
we are giving will sound out the men
on these qualities."
Eight events are being usea for the
purposes of these tests. The 50-yard
dash will test for speed, the half-mile
for endurance, the broad and high
jumps, and the bar vault for co-op-
eration, and the rope climbing,, chin-
ning, and shot-put for strength. A
minimum average is, set in most of
these events and the number of men
falling below this standard will be
recorded against each class. In the
broad jump and the shot put, how-
ever, a new class average will be'
taken.
The standards are, as follows: 50-
yard dash-seven seconds, half-mile
run-three minutes, bar vault-four

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rip , .
r letes will have plenty of opportunity.
er- to compete in the Olympic games.
hio Plans are, now -on foot to hold trials
in every post in the country in the
be following events: Track and field ath-
Bn- letics, boxing, wrestling, swimming,
fencing, rifle and pistol shooting, and
ilt horsemanship.
Winners in the various local meets'
will pompete for the departmental
nt- honors. These in turn will meet for,
len the army championship. The surviv-'
i ors will then be placed under the care

and one-half feet, high jump-three
and one-half feet, rope climb-22 sec-
onds, chinning-,five times. "These
standards are very low," said the
gymnasium director,'"but they will be
raised as the figures warrant."
'THREE LIT TEAMS PLACE IN
INTERCLASS BASKETBALL RACE
Three lit teams placed in the final
results of the interclass basketball
race. Senior lits copped first place,
Crawford's fresh lits second, under-I
class laws third, and Zinn's fresh lits'
fourth. Twentyrone teams entered
the race--the largest number ever en-
tered. in an interclass contest. Com-
petition was keen throughout and a
very fine grade of ball was played
Others claim It We have It
THE
BEST SUNDAY DINNER
Menu
Soup
Cream of Celery
Wafers
Combination Salad
Tomato Head Lettuce Cucumber
Roast eSirloin of Beef
Brown Gravy.
Fricassed Chicken with Biscuits
Early June Peas
Mashed Potatoes
Dessert
. Home-made Apple Pie.
Orange Sherbet
Tea Coffee Milk
12 to 2 P. M. Eastern Time
PRICE $1.00
Come Early
A la Carte Service 5 to 7 P, M.
Telephone 173
WILLITS
315 S. State St.

after the first few rounds. for first place by one poin
The senior, lits played consistantly' significant to note that the tea
all during the series, winning every won that game from the lit -
game of a hard schedule. Crawford's not even place in the finals.
fresh lits had a very powerful team I
but lost the first game and all chaice Patronize our Advertisers.
Lunches Confectione:
Ie Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own ie Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities a
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 1
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L every of a corps of competent trainers and
is put-' coaches andt. groomed for the final
n team tryouts in the Harvard stadium.

'ngish
Golf
Caps
Imported
Tweeds and
Home Spuns

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These are Caps
of Class and
Character.

Tinker*,'& Company
South State St. at William St,
Clothes, Furnishings and Hats

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THOMAS KELLY AS "WILLIE" AND LAEL DAVIS AS "LOLA PRATT"
x"THE "BABY TALK VAMP," AT THE WHITNEY THEATER, THURS-
DAY, APRIl, 1.

PART OF THE GLEE CLUB ON THE LAST WESTERN TRIP-1916
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GO TO THE

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Liven it up a bit with music
and laughter. You will feel
and work a lot better for it.
A Victrola brings you the
world's wealth of music-from
grand opera to the latest vaude-
ville "hits"; from stately waltz-
es to the jazziest ,and snappiest
fox trots.
We have all the latest Vic-
tor Records.

OF THE

Glee and 'Mandolin '. h~

of our'

Thursday, April 1st
PICKED TRIP MEN

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Stratford
Hand-Made
Bakelite

Send the Club to California,.

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110 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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WALTER M. NELSON, a Detroit lawyer, will address
the forum of the Ann Arbor Federation
of Labor on "The Political and Econom-
ic Aims of the Committee of Forty-
Eight,"' Sunday, March 28, 3:00 P. M.,
Labor Temple, third floor, 306 South
Main Street. All men and women are
invited to attend and ask questions.

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50 cents.

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Tickets at Wahr's, Graham's, Slater's, Busy Bee, Grey Shop, I

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