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in d
ed a
Lake
tive
and

ribbling and passing. Evans play-
consistent game at guard. 1'or
Linden, Montagne, their diminu
guard, showed well on defense:
sank six out seven free throws.
Summatry

AES

Lake Lin.

WITH THRILLS
ed Carson City 17-
attered Lake Lin-
'opes in the semi-
Interscholastic
nt in Waterman
y morning. The
. hard fought and
fortunate enough
certain to be the
ed in the tourna-
arson City game
d afforded many
>resent. Farming-
by one point, the
Carson City lost
ompete for first
ble to score from
ner, the Carson
ade only 4 of the
the Farmington
d the scoring for
atherman covered
hion. For Carson
lividual star and

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St. Joseph Lake Linden
Krieger ........LF.......Weisenauer
Skibbi........RF..........Tredeau
Worley..........C..............Rose
Evans.........LG........Montagne
Ankli ..........RG............Fauli
Summary free throws, Ankli 4 in 5;
Montagne 6 in 7. Referee Olds (M. A.
C.). Umpire, Mitchell '(Michig n).
Field goals, Krieger 2, Skibbi 3, Wor-
ley 1, Evans 1, Weisenauer 3.
PLAN TO PUT MICHIGAN
AGAIN IN BIG TEN GOLF
Having received adequate financial
support from the Athletic associa-
tion, tentative plans have been formu-
lated to have Michigan again repre-
sented in Big Ten golf. Although the
Conference golf tournament will not
be held until fall, several dual meets
are being planned by the Intramural
department. Communications have
been sent to three nearby Conference'
schools looking forward to a meet
here in Ann Arbpr~ and one abroad.
No answers have been received as yet
but it is more than probable that a
favorable reply will be forthcoming
in the near future.
In order to pick the best possible
team, a tournament will be held to
ascertain the four men best qualified
to represent the University. Although
the greens are still in rather poor
condition, prospective candidates are
already; on the links, limbering up and
getting in form, by driving practice. It
is expected that the try-out tourna-
ment will follow shortly after the
spring recess and a large number of
men are expected to turn out.

From The Sidelines
(Abject apologies to Lewis ,Carroll)
"The time has come," the Walrus said,
"To talk of many things,
Of bats and balls and cinder tracks,
Of 'charley horse' and 'wings';
And why the runners jump the gun,
And how big Babe Ruth swings."
"You're right," the Carpenter replied,
"We must at length discuss
The size and shape of tennis shoes
And what makes golfers cuss,
And whether it is right or not
On long spring nights to fuss."
The best part of the trip for the
track men is the mid-semesters they
miss.
Fifteen men are going West,
Ye ho, ho, ho, and a bottle of salve
Win, and the devil reward the best.
Ye ho, ho, ho, and a bottle of salve.
There is more in the Michigan-Cal-
ifornia track meet than ia mere con-
test between two rival colleges. It is
the Middle West against the Pacific
Coast. The last encounter between
the two sections resulted in a decisive
victory for the westerners 'when Ohio
was humbled 28 to 0 by the California
eleven. It rests on 15 Michigan
shoulders to even matters up.
- The Cornell track men were royally
entertained. But why let it stop
there? Why not extend the same hos-
pitable treatment to all the visiting
athletic teams?
An athlete's known by the training
he keeps.
After the dance you are invited to
the' Chinese Gardens.-Adv.

PADDOCK EXPLAINS SECRET
OF RECORD BREAKING ABILITYi
Charles Paddock explained today
hoow he happened to become the
speediest man on earth. "There is no
secret to it," the runner said. "My
success I attribute to good condition
and a powerful leg drive.
"I run with my legs in ahead of
me, and not behind as most men do.
To develop a strong drive and a per-
fect stride I always try to keep my
legs and feet ahead of me. Too many
runners make the mistake of throw-
ing their bodies forward. The faster
they try to go, the more they tilt them-
selves and consequently they lose.
their driving power."

COSMOPOLITAN CLUB WILL
VISIT NEIGH'BORING TOWNS
Members of the Cosmopolitan club
will take a trip during the spring va-
cation, visiting factories and other
places of interest in Battle Creek, Kal-
amazoo, Grand Rapids, Bay City and
Flint on the 11,.12, 13, 14, and 15 of
SApril, respectively.
A special car has been provided for
the trip and the 40 or 50 members
who are expected to go will be enter-
tained by the boards of commerce of
each of the cities.
QUESTION OF CHINESE STUDENTS
ANSWERE1)
ewhy do we believe in God?" will
be the theme upon which Leonard A.
Barrett will speak in the Presbyterian
Church, Sunday morning, at 10:30.
This is the "second question asked by
the Chinese students of the University
of Chicago and sent in the form of a
questionnaire to a number of men in
different lines of professional life-
IAdv.
Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co., will be
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
of every week.Phone 2673-M for ap-
pointments.-Adv.,

Sunday night specials. Both Amer-
ican and Chinese, for your entertain-
ment. Chinese Gardens.-Adv.
Use Classified advertising and sell
Tour miscellaneous articles.-Adv.
EI

Miss Mary F. Minn
formerly with Mack ai
at theSaunder's Hair
of every week. Phone
pointments. --Adv.

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'F

INDOOR BASEBALL NOTICE
Fraternities wishing to enter
the interfraternity indoor base-
ball tournament call Director
Mitchell at the Intramural office.
Phone 2268.

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..........Wright
............Bauer
..........Warner
............Smith
...........Femihg

.r ............
throws: Banfield 1
n 11. Referee, Mitchell,
e, Olds (M. A. C.).
nfield 2, Roth, 1, R.
Harger 3, D. Harger
uer 3, Warner 1.
i the second morning
e Linden by an 18-12
. the upper peninsula
i they were unable to
ssing that the St. Jo-
luced. Skibbi, the St.
showed a lot of speed

Phone 353 F1 Established
Oswald A. Herz .
DECORATOR
Foreign and Domestic Wall Papers
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11011ULD ARE YOUI NO MATTER! PLAY BILLIARDS!
No matter how many years you have tarried on earth, you are still
young if you like to PLAY. And PLAYING helps to keep that young
feeling and youthful look in men who are of mature years. Many
of the GREAT men of the world-authors, senators, lawyens, prime
ministers-find In BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and recrea-
tion. Make HUSTON BROS. your "club." Make this a regular meet-
ing place for yourself and friends. You will find just the right atmos-
phere here to make your evenings enjoyable.
H1UST ON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards. Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.,
Cigars and Candies. Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT'
No. 6

APRIL
VOCALION AND OKEH
REORDS
ARE ON SALE
THIS
MONTH'S
SELECTIONS
SURPASS ANY,
OF THE SEASON !
AND
THEY
PLAY
ON
ANY
PHONOGRAPH
We Invite You to Hear Them
'THmRUN
MUSIC HOUSE
211 E. Liberty Street
HOME OF THE
AEOLIAN VOCALlON

Lunch

I t1

Fss Food
Close 11 p.m

Without all thre

e

proper

cleaning

can not
1. 21enzOl
2. Facilities
3. xperience

be done

Don't feed the moths

Sell us all your
discarded clothing

DBENZOL, the best of all cleaning
agents, is inefficient unless used
with the proper facilities and well-
rounded experience. That's the reason
why this admittedly superior cleanser,
is not more extensively employed.
We use Benzol in our modern plant,
and guarantee complete satisfaction-
and you're the one that decides.

D ISCARDED clothes that are ly-Y
ing around uncared for are the
favorite romping places of moths.-
Soon they destroy entirely what-
ever value the garments may have.
We'd like to buy men's, women's,
children's used clothing and shoes
-and for them we'll pay the high-
est cash prices.

Have it Plaster Cleaned
It costs you no. more

/

Telephone 2 6 o
We ' call at once

Claude Brown
Opposite Court House on Fourth

We call for and deliber

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