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April 24, 1921 - Image 11

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ETHER HINDERS
TRACK PRACTICEli

DELTA UPSILON
LEADING CUP

W

NO
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Meet With Ohio State Two Weeks
Team Suffers From Lack of
Outdoor Work

Off;

The First Ten
Delta Upsilon ............522
Sigma Nu...............475
Zeta Psi .................455
Alpha Sigma Phi ........451
Phi Delta Theta .........450
Kappa Beta Psi ......... 443%/
Phi- Gamma Delta.. ....442
Delta Tau Delta .........433
Phi Sigma Kappa ........430%
Alpha Delta Phi ..........430

Phi Gamma Delta from fifth to seventh
E position, with Kappa Beta Psi retain-
ing sixth due to the rise of Alpha Sig-
ma Phi. In connection with the stand-
ings, it may be noted that the 50 points
awarded to each, house entering the
football tournament last fall has been
included, thus raising the totals.
Entries for the interfraternity base-
ball league have been coming in rap-
idly, a total of 46 houses having thus
far signified their intentions of put-
ting teams in the field.

U-

There are a few first places
onen at
CUTTING CAFE
Corner of State and 3Monroe Sts.

Sleep,.Anyplace
Lat at Rex's
THE CLUB LUI
712 ARBOR STREE'
N ear State and Packaj

CRUICKSHANK COUNTED ON
FOR POINTS THIS SEASON
Weather in the past few days has
not been favorable for any sort of
track work, and Coach Farrell has
been unable to give his team much
work on the outdoor track. With the
next meet two weeks off, however,
there is not a great deal of worrying
being done yet. Favorable climatic
conditions for 10 days will put the
squad in first class shape for the Ohio
State meet.
Yet to Prove Outdoor Strength
One of the causes of the failure of
the track team on the western trip was
the lack of outside practice, but only
an unusually prolonged rainy period
can bring about this condition in the
State meet. Consequently, the Mich-
igan returns from this contest will be
watched with great interest by all
followers of Conference track. Mich-
igan looked good in the 1921 indoor
meets, but has yet to prove her
strength over the outdoor cinders.
Cruickshank is one of the surest
point winners on the Varsity squad.
He has won every running broad jump
event in which he has entered this
year, and seems to be quite the class
of the Conference in this contest. His
performances in the two hurdles at
California prove him to be a stick top-
per of ability, and one that will make
trouble for the rest of the Big Ten
hurdlers. He would have won at least
one of the two races in the Berkeley
meet had he not just finished leap-
ing in the broad jump.
Strong in Weights
More than any other group of men
will the Michigan weight heavers be
watched this spring. The Varsity has
a squad that is not to be equalled in
the middle west, if they can be given
an opportunity to practic before the
Conference meets start. With Stipe
and VanOrden in the shot put, and
Stipe also throwing the hammer ef-
fectively, Dunne and Hoffman good
javelin throwers, Farrell has 'sure
Portraits
9uality
PHOTOGRAPHY'
Studio: 619 East Liberty Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan
PICTURES TELL
TEDDY read that snappy slogan,
"Say them bashful thoughts with
flowers,"~
And it pleased him good and plenty
'Cause he lacked expressive powers.
So he bought the nicest orchids
Andthe sentsthem to the girlie,
But although she praised them highly,
Still she sent him home too early.
And although he blew his pennies
On the blushing demoiselle,
Yet those orchids copied daisies
And they just refused to tell.
Teddy sighed and pined and lan-
guished
For the words he could not say,
Since his flowers had failed to do it
And Ted wasn't built that way.

Then he struck a happy fancy--
"Flowers will fade and wilt, but I
Want to tell her of affection
That will never, never die.
"I must give her sometihng lasting-
Something she will keep, mayhap-
Oh, by gosh, at last I've got it-
A good picture of my map!"
So he went and gone and did it;
Had his noble likeness snapped,
And he gave it to the lady
And the maiden fair entrapped.
For his ever-present features
Andthose all-entreating eyes-
Always near her, fond, reminding-
Took the fort by sheer surprise.
Now the maid is Mrs. Teddy.
And is Teddy happy?-Well-
Here is his advice to lovers-
"Believe me, sport, pictures tell!"
Be Photographed
This Year On Your Birt hday

By defeating Alpha Sigma Phi in the
finals in the interfraternity volley
ball tournament., Delta Upsilon took a
long leap in the direction of the in-
terfraternity cup, placing herself a full
37 points ahead of her nearest com-
petitor, Sigma Nu. Incidentally, Al-
pha Sigma Phi, by placing in the fin-
als of the tourney, climbed from eighth
to fourth place in the standings.
The only other important change in
the relative standings was the drop of

DETROIT UNITED LINES
In Effect Nov. 2, 1920
Between
Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express cars leave for
Detroit at 6:05 a. m., 7:05 a. m.,
8:10 a. m., and hourly to 9:10 p. m.
Limiteds to Jackson at 8:48 a. m. and
every two hours to 8:48 p. m. Ex-
presses at 9:48 a. m. and every two
hours to 9:48 p. m.
Locals to Detroit-5:55a.m., 7:00 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:00 p. m.,
also 11:00 p. m. To Ypsilanti only,
11:40 p.m.. 12:25 a.m.., and I1:15 a.mn.
Locals to Jackson-7 : 0 a. m., and
.12:10 p.m.

Portraits of
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Tash'gton St.

...
HOFFMAN, THE BEST JAVELIN
THROWER ON THE WOLVERINE
SQUAD.
point winners. Dunne and Jacob will
also account for the discus. Michigan
should rank high in the Conference
meet if these men do as well as they
are capable.
FRATERNITY THREE CUSHION
TOURNEY TO BEGIN MONDAY
Plans have been completed for the
interfraternity three cushion billiard
tournament which will begin Monday
at the Union billiard room under the
direction of Al Taylor. All fratern-
ities are eligible by depositing a fee
of $1.
Each fraternity may enter one play-
er, and the tourney will be conducted
in the form of an elimination. A silv-
er loving cup will be awarded to the
winning fraternity,
This tournament is expected to
arouse considerable interest among
the different fraternities as miost of
thent have several good billiard play-
ers.
INTRAMURAL TENNIS NOTICE
Entries are now open for both
the fraternity and All-campus
tennis tournaments and should
be made at the Intramural office
at once. Two man teams will
compete for fraternity honors,
and entrants in the campus meet
should specify when signing at
what hours they are certain to
be free to play. Call at the of-
fice, room 3, Press building, or
phone 2268.
I.Ii
No. 10 Tomatoes, 60c per can.
Schultz Grocery, State St.-Adv.
B i
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Fore-Sight1
This Spring we
are producing a
Four Piece Golf
and Sports Suit
that's going big.
A Utility Suit
that would fit in
for golf, motor-
ing or any pas-
time a n d still
could be worn
with perfect
grace o n t h e
streets.
Custom tailored.
in our own shop
from the finest

imported fabrics
the market can
show.
Wild & Company.
31 1State Street

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THE SPIRIT OF 1921
Spells Prosperity and Pro gres-

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siveness.

Display this spirit by

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placing Your Spring
once. You will then

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be doing

your Part towards starling the
D h eels of commerce. : : E
DEPENDABLE GARMENT'S

STYLISH

At Welcome Prices

HOw OLD ARE YOU? NO MATTER! PLAY BILLIARDSI
No matter how many years you have tarried on earth, you are sI
young if you like to PLAY. And PLAYING helps to keep that you
feeling and youthful look in men who are of mature years. Ma
of the GREAT men of the world-authors, senators, lawyers, prix
ministers-find in BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and recre
tion. Make UIISTON BROS. your "club." Make this a regular me
ing place for yourself and friends. You will find just the right atm
phere here to make your evenings enjoyable,
HUSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards. Soft Drinks and Light Lunch
Cigars and Candies. Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT."
No.

J 4 KARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty Street.

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An Added Feature of this Store

BR

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Phonographs and Records

y ou REALIZE, OF COURSE, THAT THE BRUNSWICKBECAME A FEA-
TURE OF THIS STORE BECAUSE IT IS GOOD ALL THE WAY THROUGH
THE INSTRUMENT AND THE RECORDS WE CAN GUARANTEE WITHOUT
QUALIFICATION. WE CAN NOW SHOW YOU THE MORE POPULAR TYPES
AND TELL YOU INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THEM.

-and the new May Brunswick records

Have you heard them?

FOR DANCING
(This entire List is Composed of Ten-Inch Records)
5048 Love Bird Fox Trot ................ ..... Isham Jones' Orchestra
I Never Realized Fox Trot ...............Isham Jones' Orchestra
5049 Make Believe Fox Trot.. ...........Isham Jones' Orchestra
Do You Ever Think of Me i Fox Trot ...... Isham Jones' Orchestra
2081 Humming Fox Trot.................Rudy Wiedoeft's Californians
Na-Jo Fox Trot...................Rudy Wiedoeft's Calif ornians
2083 Spread Yo' Stuff Fox Trot...........Bennie Krueger's Orchestra
Wang Wang Blues Fox Trot......... Bennie Krueger's Orchestra
2096 Mazie Fox Trot .. ................Green Brothers' Novelty Band
Arabia One-Step ....................Green Brothers' Novelty Band
CONCERT
10001 Absent Tenor ...................................Mario Chamlee
13019 La Paloma Baritone................Richard Bonelli
Funiculi, Funicula Baritone.......Richard Bonelli and Male Trio
SACRED
5043 Saw Ye My Savior Baritone...................Lloyd Simonson
Shepherd, Show Me how to Go Baritone ......... Lloyd Simonson

INSTRUMENTAL
(This entire List is Composed of Ten-Inch Records)
20488 Evening Chimes (Violin-Flute-Harp) .............Gondolier Trio
Love's Old Sweet Song (Violin-Flute-Harp)......Gondolier Trio
2076 Wailana Waltz. . ........,..Frank Ferera and Anthony Franchini
Dreamy Hawaii ............Frank Ferera and Anthony Franchini
2084 Sweet Mamma Tenor....Al Bernard with Carl Fenton's Orchestra
Strut, Miss Lizzie Tenor. Al Barnard with Carl Fenton's Orchestra
20489 Scandinavia... ....................larmonizers Male Quartet
In the Heart of I)ear Old Italy,.. ...Harmonizers Male Quartet
2087 lanimy's Little Sunny iMoney Boy (Duet)
Irene Audrey and Sam Ash
Love in Lilac Time Baritone...................Ernest Hare
2085 Rebecca Tenor.................................Billy Jones
I Like It Tenor and Baritone........Biily Jones and Ernest Hare
PIANO
My Pet Ragtime Piano Solo...... . .............Zez Confrey
2082 Bitten on the Keys Ragtime Piano Solo.. . .... . . Zez Confrey

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