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>n account of snow.
iamond, squad was
>ition series by a
entirely covers the
. Snow coming at
interferes with the
strenuous week of
to engaging the
It is doubtful if
will be able to per-
ar diamond before
ng trip.
s Varsity
en its southern
rious handicap and
atting and fielding
s southern oppon-
in the best of form
of outdoor games.
ling staff i prob-
itioned of.any po-
dsmen have been
heir arms as well
as on the diamond.
calibre of Georgia,
nic and. Vander-
dgren's team will,
sting handicap, be
high percentage of
er the jinx which
Michigan athletics
ost when the team
e far side of the

Spring Football
To Start Apr. 19
Tentative arrangements formulated
by the athletic officials call for - the'
opening of spring football practice on
Monday, April 19, the day before spring'
vacation is over. Coach Yost will not
arrive on the scene until the men have
been out for a week or 10 days and,:
until his arrival, the squad will be in
charge of Capt. Angus Goetz and
Coaches Mather and Douglass
The men will be put through the
usual rudimentary (training and will
be given instructions in blocking and
charging. In addition to this custom-
ary grind there is a probability that
the last few sessions will be livened
by scrimmages. Notices of the spring
training have been sent out to the
members of last season's Varsity and
Reserves, to the All-Fresh team and
to the more promising players on the
various class teams.,
4 DAYS .GIVEN FOR-
BOWLING-TOURNEY
Four days is the time in which the
interclass and interfraternity bowl-
ing tournaments must be run off. On
account of the basketball tourney and
other things the begin'ning of this new
intramural activity was postponed un-
til this week. By Thursday night all
the teams must have bowled in order,
that the winner can be announced be-
fore the vacation.
Any five men representing a class or,
fraternity may enter the tourney sim-
ply by notifying the care-taker of the
Union alleys before they bowl their
three games. As is the plan in the
state and national alley tourneys each;

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MICHI GAN ENTER
Seventeen Varsity Track Metn Will
Take Part in Detroit Arena
Indoor Meet
Coach Farrell has entered 17 of his
track men in the indoor meet to be,
held in the Detroit Arena un Satur-
day. The contest, which is given un-
der the auspices of the Y. 1VL C. A., is
a regular A. A. U. meet and will con--3
clude the Varsity's indoor season. As
the invitation announces, the purpose
of the event is to stimulate interest.
in track athletics in order to determine'
any possible Olympic material.
Competition for Johnson1
It has been stated that Ohio State
university, M. A. C. and other colleges
in this :part of the country will send
teams. Other athletes from Chicago
and Cleveland are expected. Among
the stars who are expected to compete
are Carl Johnson, Joie Ray, the sen-
sational I. A. C. miler. -and his team
mate, Joe Loomis, who will probably
enter the high jump and the hurdles.
Foss, who is considered the best pole
vaulter in the country, is among the
entries. . Against him, Slaughter and
Wesbrook will vault for Michigan.
Johnson in One Event
Carl Johnson has been entered in
the high jump only as Coach Parrell
is unwilling to have his star take.
any chances with his injured leg. Carl
is working out lightly and his injury,
is coming along in good shape, al-
though he will not hurdle before the
Penn relays. In the, 50 yard dash.
Losch and Lashmet will run for Mich-
igan. Cook has not been entered be-,
cause he is not essentially a hard
floor runner. The boards hurt his legs
and Coach Farrell will riot use him
until the outdoor season begins.
Ferry field was covered with four
inches of snow yesterday and the
weather was altogether too cold to
allow an outdoor workout. The track
will be scraped this morning and pro-
vided the sun is out will be in shape
for the afternoon.

SOP H ENGINEERS-
WIN RELAY TITLE
Soph engineers defeated the fresh
lits in the finals of the interclass re-
lays yesterday in Waterman gym. The
time was 1 minute 18 seconds, the
fastest in which the distance has been
covered. The men were even on
every lap and the last engineer fin-
ished but a few inches ahead of his
rival, thereby taking campus honors
for his class.
Captain Humphreys, Harvie. Sim-
monds and Everett composed the win-
ning squad and the losing team was
made up of Captain Lewis, Kelly, Wal-
ter and Thomas.
In the fraternity competition Alpha
Delta Phildefeated Sigma Nn in the
semi-finals by five yards. The time
was 1 minute 21 2-5 seconds. The Al-
pha Delts will run against the win-
ner of- the Phi Psi-Phi Gam match for
the championship.

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DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING
Quenches Thirst-
Touches the Spot
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Dull BoyI"
Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
play.
Men wh want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain
'of modern life.'
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
'liards. Come in tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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The Hit of the Season

A successful team will bowl but once. The scores
he ability of will all be recorded and the team1
o hold their which spills the largest number of pins!
power of the in three: games will be declared win-

Lose batting upf
exceptionally
comes through
ve po difficulty
>f the games on

ner.
The winning fraternity will be
awarded a cup and the members of the!
winning class team will receive num-
erals. The high scorer of the tourna-
ment will receive a smaller cup signi-
ficant of individual hondrs.
ALLEGED CHEMICAL THROWER
AT DANiCE ACADEMY ARRESTED

QUARRY DRUG CC
PRESCRIPTION STORE
COR. SO. STATE and UNIVERSITY AV

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play- A student, alleged to have thrown
bama the chemical in the Packard dancing
ggre- academy and injured two people last
week Tuesday night, was arrested by the
be on Ann Arbor police yesterday. The stu-
gren's dent, whose name is withheld, refus-
ed to answer any questions. Accord-
ing to the chief of police, his case
E will be put in charge of the faculty
NOON 1Itoday.

the Varsity swim- May Play Golf on A. A. Course
outs are requested Students desiring playing privileg-
i Wednesday after- es at the.Ann Arbor Golf and Outing
k for a big, special club .should apply at once to A. G.'
will also find the Weiley, '21, president of the Univer-.
teresting as every sity of Michigan -Golf association.
illegiate swimming Student membership is limited to 40
In fact, the prac- and preference will be given to good
e proportions of a players. There will be a tournament
will be the first among the members of the association
ince the picking of later in the season.
esults will have in-
rulard's selections Read the Daily advertisements. They
Grand Rapids and will lead you to the best of Ann' Ar-
bor's stores.-Adv.

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VENING DRESS ACCESSORIES
A word to the wise. Secure your Pique Dress
ts early otherwise you are apt to go shirtless,
to very limited stocks of pique dress shirts.
Our stocks of Evening Accessories are complete
open to your inspection.

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And better workman-

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Clothes, Furnishings and Hats

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