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Improves Steadliv

Steve

ard C. Losch, '21E, one of Mich-
fastest sprint men, hails from
Point high school of West Point,
ka. Dick performed on the
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DICK LOSCH
the 100 and 220 yard dashes as well
as in the running broad jump.
While there he tore off the hundred
in 10 3-5 seconds and made the 220
sprint in 23 2-5 seconds, both of whicl
marks hold the records for their re-
spective distances at the prep school
in his state. In th brqad jump, Dick,
defied the laws of gravity and leaped
20 feet beforo reaching terry, firma
again.
Three years ago he first came under
the tutelage of Steve Farrell. His,
freshman year he worked withg the'
8 TEAMS QUALIFY.
FOR RELAY FINALS

Farrell's Tutelage
Varsity squad, learning the ways of
Steve and fitting himself for a posi-
tion on the cinderteam in his sopho-
more year. Last track season Losch
sprinted the hundred yards in 10 sec-
onds fiat. Ax the same time he brned
the cinders in the 220 yard dash by
completing the circuit in 22 seconds.
Both of these records are but 2-5 of a
second from the world's best time.
This year Losch has not had a
chance to practice outdoors. How-
ever he has shown up better in-
doors on the 50 and 75 yard straight-
aways than ever before. At Chicago
he ran the , 50 yards in 3-5 seconds,
which is within one-fifth of a second
of the world's record held in this dist-
ance by Captain Carl Johnson. At
Cornell last week Dick sprinted the 75
yard dash in 7 4-5 seconds which is
one-fifth of a second slower than the
world's record also.
THREE HOUSES ELIMINATED IN
FRATERNITY BILLIARD) PLAY
Three houses of the ten that en-
tered the interfraternity three cushion
billiard tournament have been elimin-
ated by the defeat of their represent-
ative.
Tuesday night at the Union room
D. K. White, Theta Chi, handed R. E.
Drake, Beta Theta Pi, a decisive 25 to
13 defeat. Wednesday afternoon's
game was run off in a hurry and re-
turned S. D. Moeller, Psi Upsilon, the
victor over W. H. Ingham, Alpha Del-
ta PJii, by a 25 to 13 tally. The sec-
ond game on Wednesday resulted in
an easy victory for M. E. Chon, Zeta
Beta Tau, over J. W. Cummings, Chi
Psi. Cummings made but 10 points
while Chon was gathering his 25.-
Play in the first round will be com-
pleted by the game between B. C.
Robbins, Sigma Phi, and F. T. Colby,
Kappa Sigma, ab 4:30 o'clock today in
the Union billiard room.
Bowling Postpioned Over Week End
Bowling plans have been postponed
until 'the first of next week on ac-
count of the basketball tournament
and the various Easter activities.
However the tourney will be run off
the first few daysof next week, as it
is not a series which will require
much time due to the fact that each
team will only have to bowl once.
Any team which desires to bowl its
three games this week end, however,
may do so under the same conditions
as announced yesterday.
Oriental Rugs on sale, $75 to $200.
See our window. Koch and Henne.-
Adv.
De Klyn's Candies of Cleveland.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv.
CREOLE PRALINES at Tices' Drug
Store. 117 S. Main St.-Adv.
The Daily's specialty is service to
everyone.-Adv.
ARE YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MEN1
Play is as necessary as work,

Any game which is interesting
enough to afford real Re-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro-
vided it is played 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.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

Calkins
Dr

Kodak
Days

Out of doors, up the river,
down the glen, anywhere
with auto, canoe or afoot a Kodak con-
tributes to the enjoyment. And how
precious will be the pictures of friends
and companions when you look them
over after college days have passed. If
you have no Kodak, let us fit you out.
If you have, perhaps you would like to
trade it for a better one.
Remember, "We do the rest."

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Drink
DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING
Quenches Thirst-
Touches the Spot
THE COCA-COLA CO.
ATLANTA, GA.
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The little Electric Vibrator
is a great success. It mas-
sages the skin and underly-
ing tissues and stimulates
healthy circulation and
growth.
ONLY $5.00
EVERSHARP PENCIL
People who use these han-
dy pencils do not go back to
the common pencil.
$1.00 up

SHAVES, 2e EACH
A Safety razor, a little soap,
and less time than it takes to go
to the barber.
Autostrop ............$5.00
Gillette..............$5.00
Pierce, up from.......$1.00
Wick Sextoblade
Durham Duplex
Gem ...............$1.00
Ever-Ready ...........$1.00
Also in Sets
DO YOU STROP
YOUR BLADES?
That is a question worth con-
sidering seriously. Un-stropped
safety blades cannot shave you
satisfactorily any more than an
Un-stropped barber's razor will'
It will pay you to stop in to-
day and let us show you the
Twinpiex Stropper. 100 shaves
from one blade.
Improves new blades 100 per-
cent.

MICHIGAN

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN HARRY B. HUTCHINS, LL.D., President

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Cosmopolitan Student Community
Eight Schools and Colleges

COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS -JortN R. EFFINGER, Dean.
Full literary and scientific courses-Teachers' course-Higher commercial course-Course
in. insurance-Course in forestry-Courseso in landscape design-All courses open to pro-
esinlstudents on approval of Faculty.
COLLEGES OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE, MORTIMER E. CooLEy, Dean.
Complete courses.in civil, mechanical, electrical, naval, and chemical engineering-Archi-
.tecture and architectural engineering-Highway engineering-Technical 'work under in-
sructors of profassional experience-Work-shop, experimental, and field practice-Me-
chanical, physical, electrical, and chemical laboratories-Fine new building-Central heat-
ing and lighting plants adapted for instruction.
MEDICAL SCHOOL, V. C. VAUGHAN, Dean. Four years' graded course--Highest
standard for all work-Special attention given to laboratory teaching-Modern laboratories
-Ample clinical facilities-Bedside instruction in hospital, entirely under University con-
trol, a special feature.
LAW SCHOOL, HENRY M. BATES, Dean. Three years' course-Practice court work
a specialty-Special facilities for work in history and political sciences.
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, HENRY KRAMER, Dean. Two, three, and four years'
courses-Ample laboratory facilities-Training for prescription service, manufacturing
pharmacy, industrial chemistry, and for the work of the analyst.
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL SCHOOL, W. B. HINSDALE, Dean. Full four years'
course-Fully equipped hospital, entirely under University control-Especial attention given
to materia medica and scientific prescribing-- Twenty hours' weekly clinical instruction.
COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY, 'MARCus L. WARD, Dean.. Four years' course-
Modern building housing ample laboratories clinical rooms, library, and lecture room-
Clinical material in :excess of needs.
GRADUATE SCHOOL, ALFRED H. LLoYD,Dean. Graduate courses in all departments
-Special courses leading to the higher professional degrees.
SUMMER SESSION, E. H. KRAUS, Dean. A regular session of the University afford-
ing credit toward degrees. More than 275 courses in arts, engineering, medicine, law,
pharmacy, and library methods.
For full information (Catalogues, Announcements of the various" Schools and Col-
leges, Campus Guide Book, etc., or matters of individual inquiry) address Deans of
Schools and Colleges, or the Secretary of the University.

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324 So. STATE STREET

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UNIVERSITY AVE.

711 PACKARD STREET

SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary

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The four interclass teams'

which

will compete. for the ,final honors in
the relay matches are the soph - lits
and engineers, the junior lits and 'the
fresh lits. The soph engineers made
the best time in the preliminaries,
covering the distance in 1 minute 18
and 2-5 seconds. Time for the others
was 1 minute 19 2-5 seconds, 1 min-
ute 19 3-5 seconds, and 1 minute 19
3-5 seconds, respectively. Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock the junior and
fresh lits will run againt each other
and the two soph teams will com-
pete.
In the fraternity series Phi Kappa
Psi made it in 1 minute 20 1-5 sec-
onds, Phi Gamma Delta in 1 minute
20 2-5 seconds, Alpha Delta Phi, 1
minute 21 3-5 seconds, and Sigma Nu,
Alpha Sigma Phi, and Delta Upsilon
were tied for the last place.' The first
two will compete this week end and
Alpha .Delta Phi will run against the
winner of fourth place at the same
time.
BRUCKER AND SANCHEZ HAVE
GOOD START FOR FINALS
Eliminations are getting 'well down
toward the finals in the handball tour-
nament. The defeat of Seymour and
Potter by Brucker and Sanchez yes-
terday made the latter pair eligible to
compete in the semi-finals which will
begin the first of the week.'
The gym artists Clark and Buell
will meet Andrews and Swartz in or-
der* to decide which team will play
Brucker and Sanchez in the semi-
finals.
Hauser defaulted to Wagner because
of sickness.

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