Ins & Hall
ts Telegraph Delivery
1002 S. UnAv
Trades in Major League Squads Will
Change Fighting Front of
Instituting of Part-Time Schools
Causes System Extension
Many teachers with special training
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industrial history, shop wo'rk, and
home economies are especially need-
1 of Education
tive mind from one naturally somewhat slow and inatten-
ose of the little book "Memory and Concentration." Alert-
, concentration, the power of association, vizualizing,
sion, logic-all are, essential to good, memory and are
ents' ldition, 6oc at all bookstores, or by mail with type-
will be needed for work in part-time
schools, according to Prof. G. E. My-
ers, of the educational department.
There are now 19 states that have
On The Campus
In Other Years
TIGERS COMMENCE WELL WITH I
SUCCESSFUL TRAINING PERIOD
The Education Courses, Box 98, Ann Arbor.
With 16 major league baseball
aquads wending their way back from
the Southland by easy stages, fans
throughout the country are sitting on
the anxious seat waiting for the um-
pires opening command of "play ball"
which will sound throughout the big
circuit on April 14. Several trades
made last winter will materially
change the fighting front of some of
Campus Interest On Tigers
Interest o i the campus centers nat-
urally on the Detroit Tigers. Jen-
nings has made a wonderful start to-
ward the pennant by a successful
training season, with Jack Coombs,
former star pitcher on the Athletes, as
coach for his battery men. Coombs
has developed what should prove to be
the strongest pitching staff that has
been displayed on Navin field in many
seasons. Two new men, Alten and
Roberts, have made a place for them-
selves on the Tiger staff and should
be ready for a regular turn on the
hill by the time that Jenniigs needs
laws for the compulsory education of
boys and girls under 18 years of
age. These laws necessitate the in-'
stitution of extensive systems of
schools suited to the hours of young
people who are employed in factoriesI
State Law Effective in Fall
The law in Michigan begins to go
into effect next September and it will
be fully effective in two years. It is
estimated that Detroit will need 100
teachers for next year and probably
300 by September, 1922. Professor
Myers says that there will be urgent
need for at least 800 teachers in this
class of schools for Chicago next year.
Teachers are attracted to this 'kind
of work because it gives them an op-
portunity to secure about 50 per cent
more income than elementary and
high school instructors. The Univer-
sity is now giving two courses' for stu-
dents who wish to enter this field. One
is conducted on the campus and the
other at Cass Technical high school in'
Detroit. Both of these courses will
be offered in the ,Summer session.
1916-Curriculum in Dental college
changed so that four years are requir-
ed to complete course instead of three
1910 - Students' Directory enters
list of authorized university publica-
tions when Board In' Control of Stu-
dent Publications assumes charge.
Formerly in control of Y. M. C. A.
190- Coach Yost addresses state
legislature at Lansing on Michigan
athletics. Is tendered great demon-
stration by the House.
1891 - Construction of Waterman
glrmnasium , assured when, Michigan
alumni raise necessary $20,000 in ad-
dition to Mr. Waterman's gift.
Lectures to be Given on Oil Laws
Lectures by James A. Veasey, '01L,
of Tulsa, Okla., are to be given at 4
o'clock daily in the Law building be-
ginning April 19, for five days. Mr.
Veasey will lecture on the laws gov-
erning the ,production, refining and
general handling of oil.
the purpose of ti
to create the be
possible opportunity for
'selection of clothing and
cessories of character
It is simply at service
well dressed men and
best of its kind.
EVENING DRESS ACCESSORIES
A word to the wise. Secure your Pique Dress
Shirts early otherwise you are apt to go shirtless,
due to very limited stocks of pique dress shirts.,
Our stocks of Evening Accessories are complete
and open to your inspection.*
Dress Suits for Rental.
iTHES, FURNISHINGS & HATS
So. State St. at William St.
50 Cans.............. . .25c
s than 50 cans.............27c
them worse. Roberts made a fine
start in his first appearance in a reg-'. Offer More Practical Courses Jerseys for Hockey Teams Arrive DAVID WHITIN
ular game, but in that same contest The courses in these schools are Jerseys have arrived for the sen-
was badly injured and will not be able more practical in nature than those for engineer and soph lit hockey BUILDING
to start again for several weeks, given in other public schools. Teach- teams. These can be obtained by call- Park and Woods
Two othe new men, Mannion and ers of drawing, mathematics, me- ing at the Intramural office any time
Woodall, have showed so well behind chanics, English, citizenship, hygiene, during the afternoon.
the bat that Archie Yelle, veteran
Tiger receiver, will in all probability
be released in the near future. Wood-
all especially, made a big hit by the
manner in which he handled George'
Dauss a few days ago in an exhibition
Rest of Line SaniA
The rest of the line up will be the
same that."finished the last campaign.
None of the nien who tried out in the'
South were good enough to displace
any of the veteran infielders and it is
hard to imagine an outfield to beat the
Cobb, Veach, Heilman or Shorten com-
On the trip north the Tigers have
been playing 'aj series of exhibition'
games with the Boston Braves. These!
contests have afforded Jennings and
Manager Stallings of the Braves, a
fine opportunity to judge the merits
of their recruits while under fire. To
date the score stands six wins for
the Braves as against four for the
Gleason is having his own troubles in
rounding; a team into shape to meet .4
the Tigers in the opening game ofthe to H .R.H. the Prince
season at Comiskey park. Weaver,
Risberg, and Gandil have refused to
play unless they are granted a new
contract with a substantial increase cA fact:
in the figure column. 'As Owner Com-
iskey has firmly refused to give the Of the many elaborate functions arranged
men any increase, it is hard to see for the Prince of Wales during his recent
just, where the Sox will be when the
opening bell rings. New York visit, there was one in particular
Cleveland's Indians, with Tris: where only the exclusive few of New York
Speaker at the helm, seem at this time
to be the class of the Anerican society were received. And at this affair
league. The team is strong in every the cigarette chosen bythe committee in
department of the game. With the
possibility that "Smoky" Joe Wood charge to be served the guests was Fatima.
will be able to take his turn in the
box again, prospects for Speaker and
his men are exceedingly rosy.. +Vm
In the National league, Pat Moran's
Cincinnati Reds have had but little
.success so far. _W N
ole or Half .......;.......33c
THESE ARE CASH PRICES
)ELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
tant Notice to Students Desir-
to Enter Professional Schools.
applying for admission to one of the professional
e University will not only be required to present
wo years of college credit (including the specific
inded for admission-to the respective schools) but
w evidence of an average scholarship for the two
ast a "C" grade and not be upon the "Warned"
a" list in their final semester in the College of Lit-
ice, and the Arts.
coming from other institutions not employing a
ig system will be required to furnish a recommen-
he proper authority in the school from which they
1107 S. UNIVERSITY
O ZVIA M - MMM rA frL
VICTOR C. VAUGHAN,
Dean of Medical School
HENRY M. BATES,
Dean of Law School
Fatima's famous "rjust enough Turkish"
blend has received many noteworthy en.
dorsements from great hotels, leading clubs
and prominent people-but here is recog.
nition not mere. of its quality but, if you
please, of its "social standing."
Nor is the reason difficult to find..Three
words explain it--"just enough Turkish."
WILBERT B. HINSDALE, f
.Dean of Homoeopathie Medical School