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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PURDUE 'TO OPEN
BIGTENSEASON

PENN RELAYS PROMISE
TO BE GREATEST EVER

ENTRANCE
ADDS

Weather Permitting, Game Will Be
Called at 2:30 O'clock on 40
Ferry Field'
RUZICKA AND WAGNER LIKELY
TO BE OPPOSING MOUNDSMEN
Weather permitting, Michigan will
lift the lid on the Confei'ence baseball
season this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
with Purdue university furnishing the
opposition. Coming with a much her-
alded team the Boilermakers will at-
tempt to revenge themselves for their
two defeats, sustained at the hands of
the Wolverine nine last) year, and in-
cidentally to break the jinx of hard
luck that has been camping on their'
trail since their opening game.
Defeats at the hands of Butler col-
lege and Notre Dame have roused the
Purdue men to a high pitch of deter-
mination and they will spare no ef-
fort to gain the honor of carrying the
last ball in play back to Lafayette.
Notre Dame won out over the Boiler-
makers in the last inning of, play,
breaking a one to one tie and scoring
three runs when Wagner's air tight'
pitching loosened for the moment.
Purdue has already started one Big
Ten game against Illinois, but. with
the Indians one run to the good at the
end of the first inning snow interven-
ed and the game was called,
Ed. Ruzicka will probably oppose
Wagner on the mound. The Boiler-
makers' redoubtable southpaw gunner
is in fine fettle and his team-mates
and backers are looking for him to
turn the trick against Michigan's
twirling ace. Last year Ruzicka and
Wagner met in a memorable mound
dual a't Lafayette, the former winning
by a four to one count. Nick Scheid-
ler pitched a small part of the game
for the Wolverines, but credit for the
victory went to the masterful work of
Rjizicka. Michigan fans are hoping
for a duplication of this feat that will
pi t the Maize and Blue on the road
to a fourth successi've Conference'
championship.

OF FOREIGN
TO INTERESTI
EVENT

STARS
IN

Pentathlon or all-round college cham-
pionship will, be a new feature at theI
Penn Relays.
There were more than 3,000 ath-
letes participating last year and over
40,000 cinder path enthusiasts paid
their admissions to witness the games.
A greater attendance of both athletes
and spectators is expected this year
and some new records will undoubt-
edly be made. Invitations have al-
ready been sent out to the different
schools. The meet will be held in
Phiijdelphia April 29 and 30.
Yesterd 's Games

CRUICKSHANK, BIGGEST MICHIGAN POINT WINNER IN, THE CALI-
FORNIA MEET, AND SWIFT IN A PRACTICE RACE OVER THE
LOW HURDLES.

YOST WILL MEET3
NEW MEN TODAY
Football candidates will have a
chance to meet Coach Fielding H. Yost
at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon at Ferry.
field. "Hurry-Up" will arrive in the-
city this morning and is anxious to
meet the new men. Unless the weather
conditions are such that the diamond
contest cannot be held, every one is'
expected to be at the field. The heavy,
rain yesterday kept the men from
practice but Wienian promises to give
them a lot of exercise today.'
Intramnural I tem s
The following is the baseball sched-
ule for today: 10 o'clock-Beta Theta
Pi vs. Phi Kappa Psi; 1. o'cfock-The-
ta Xi vs. Alpha Rho Chi, Delta Theta
Phi vs. Acacia, Phi Beta Pi vs. Alpha
Chi Sigma; 2 o'clock-Sigma Delta
Kappa vs. Phi Chi, Alpha Kappa Kap-
pa vs. Alpha Sigma, Nu Sigma Nu vs.
Delta Sigma Delta.
All games scheduled for Friday will
be played the same time on Uonday.

Food Blamed For
Yale 's Failures
Yale's poor showing in athletics
during the past year has been due to
the fact that the soil on which the
food that the Yale athletes eat is
grown is deficient in certain sub-
stances which are necessary to the
growing of- foods whicnoshall contain
the correct materials to make a stur-
dy athlete, according to Mr. Eugene
A. Crilly, a chemist of Litchfield
county, Connecticut, quoting from an
editorial in the "Nation" of April 20.
So Mr. Crilly has appealed to Gov-
ernor Lake of Connecticut to supply
the farmers in the vicinity of Yale
with enough lime and other fertilizers
to raise foods which will contain the
pep-giving substances which are need-
ed to put Yale back on the map in
athletics. But Governor Lake is a
former half-back on Harvard's elevens
and hence will be put in a very em-
barrassing position ,with Harvard
alumni if he grants the request and
as embarrassing a position with the
authorities at Yale if he does not.
The editorial also hints that the
reason James Rowland Angell, '90,
was elected president of Yale is that
he is a corn-fdd westerner from Mich-
igan and hence contains the stuff nec-
essary to put the pep back into Yale.

Pennsylvania's Relay Carnival, held
under the auspices of the University
of Pnnsylvania, is already attracting
world-wide attention and from all in-
dications, the meet will be bigger and
better than ever before. England,
Canada, France, and the United States
will all be represented by their best
amateur field and track athletes, many
of whom competed in the recent Olym-
pic games.
The stellar performance of the com-
bined Oxford-Cambridge team last
year created no little enthusiasm and
the announcement that the French uni-
versities will be represented at Frank-
lin field this spring is evincing added
interest. The same American college
championships that were held last
year will again be run, while the
ILASONIC NOTICE
All members of the Craftsmen's'
Club and Masons who are going to at-
tend the Highland Park Masonic
Lodge tonight, are requested to be at
the D. U. R.. station in time to catch
the special car that will leave at 3:00
P. M.
--Adv. By Order of the President.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savias Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $26,000.00
Resources ........$6,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
~DON
The first and last
word in real
pipe comfort
This is one of
many styles of
TREBORPIPES
readyforryour
immediateuse
at six dollars.
( TREBOR will smoke cool and
Seet from the start. The ivory stop-
per at end of stem positively prevents
any bad taste or discomfort.
If you have never smoked a pipe, the
TREBOR will prove a new friend to be
proud of. A veteran pipe smoker will
appreciate the specially seasoned fine old
briar as an old friend after the first puff.
Drop in and see the TR EBOR at
The Calkins-Fletcber Drug Co.
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The Cushing Drug Co.
t' Lmpr6ed by
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
12 East 48th Street New York City

Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,I
formerly with Mack and Co., will be
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
of every week. Phone 2673-M for ap-
pointments.-Adv.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.

American League
Cleveland 8, St. Louis 7.
Philadelphia 11, New York 4.
Other games-rain.
National League
Pittsburgh 6, Cincinnati 1.
New York 2, Philadelphia 1.
Brooklyn 4, Boston 2.
St. Louis-Chicago-rain.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNIT[:
PUJCHASING AGENT A\
CHAIN STORE 3[ANAGE
The United Co-Operative A:
tion of America, a national chain
organization, intends to open a
of stores in Ann Arbor and ad
territory, and will require the
ices of a good business man as
ager, Supervisor and Local Pu
ing Agent. Previous experienw
sirable but not essential. Apr
must be industrious, with clea
ord, and competent to handle
volume of business. $1,000 rig
fully secured. These stores off
public necessary commodities
conditions and prices that are
ing with ipstantaneous response
the stores and the plan of ope
are taking the country by storrr
opportunity such as this prese:
self but once in a lifetime. A
term contract, based on salar
commission, with large earning
be given to the man who has th
ity to develop a spirit of friendl;
petition between the various
and a feeling of loyal co-ope
among his employees. AcceptE
plicant will be required to co
Chicago for a short course of in
tion in our school, and assurn
duties at once. Unless your locz
utation is excellent, do not an
but if you can fill the require
outlined, and can furnish acce
reference, write
STATE MANAGER,
BANK FLOOR, 118 N. LASALL
CHICAGO, ILL.
Lightweight imported golf
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., Stat
Adv.

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Dots,:::,n::Tes:::Dots

We are showing them.
them.

We are selling

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SOCCER NOTICE
Soccer practice will be held
at 2 o'clock sharp Saturgay aft-y
eroo on Fery l ed. All men
grg uged to be out and to re-
port promptly in order that it
'will be possible to witness the
Varsity baseball gaxe later,

.J. Petra, C. Patro, Bouscher, Buck-
ley, Fairhilds, Dudek, and Crawford
of the soph lit basketball team and
Hickey, Crawford, Jellffe, evans, Law-
rence, UIng, Kelly, and Krueger of the
juntor engineer ,tewm can get their
sweaters by ealling at the Intramural
office,

HAVE YOU A DOT?
If not you had better get a Dot.
Nothing snappier for wear with White
Flannels and White Golf Shirts.
Speaking of soft shirts, have you seen the
new white materials and flannels we are

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showing?

Tliese shirts all carry the new
collar attached.

May 5nd-Beginning and advanced'
clas§ s ii short hand, typewriting,
b9pkglfping, apounting, banking,
Englsh, and seeretarial training.
Hamilton Business College.-Adv.

A I-law basketball team will prac-
lice today at 1 o'clock. All interested
are requested to be out.
1921 Crop Brazil Nuts, 23c per
pound. Three jars Prune Fruit Jam,
$1.00. Shultz Grocery, State St.-Adv.

NOON

YESTERDAY AFTER

WE DROPPED IN AT

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11 North University Ave.
While we were buying a shirt,
a dray backed up to the front
door, and the driver brought in
a large box.

TINKER & COMPANY
Clothes, Furnishings and Hats
S. STATE STREET AT WILLIAM STREET

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memo

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"W-17
Inmr--

"More caps?" we asked.

"Yep, right from the old coun-
try," he replied.
"Why do you send 4,000 miles
for caps? What's the matter
with those made here?"
"Don't make 'em as good."
"How d'ya hiake that out,
Donaldson ?"
"Listen frosh, every one of
those caps is shrunk three
times before its finished. Then
they're all hand tailored. Be-
sides that there's not an ounce
of cotton in them, they're all
wool and a head wide (he
chuckled). Man alive, I can
talk English caps till the cows
come home!"
"So you honestly think these
caps can't be beaten, eh?"
"No thinking about it I know,
Say, slip an ad in the Daily
about these caps, will you? Tell
the boys we're going to run a
special on 'em at

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RACKET RESTRINSGI

24 HOUR SERVICE

All Rackets Restrung in our Store by Expert Restringer

GOOD TAB ES, GOOD CUES,
G00 SERVICE
To get real enjoyment out of
a game of biliards, the equip-
ment must be top-notch.
You want good tables-sound
cushions and new, clean cloth.
You want good cues-well-bal-
anced, of the right weight, with.
tips that hold the chalk.
You want good service-at-
tendants who are quick to antic-
ipate your needs.0
You'll find the best of service
and equipment here. Come in
and play a game or two, today.
HUSTON BROS.

SPECIAL

Regulation Outseam Balls

- $2.00

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Louisville Slugger Indoor Bats 95o

3 BUCKS EACH

Pocket and 'Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
No.5

711 N. Univ. Ave. Next to Arcade. The.

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