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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HIGH WIND DRIES UP
TRAK FR SRINTERS
POLE VAULTERS AND JUMPERS
UNABLE TO WORK
OUT
Ferry field was again the scene of
track activity Wednesday afternoon
and despite the unfavorable weather
conditions Coach Farrell put his
charges through their customary
owrkouts. Steve is hoping for settled
weather conditions as the Varsity will
engage Ohio State at Columbus on May
7 and the coach wants to prime his
men for the coming dual meet.
The high wind Wednesday dried the
track tip in fine shape. Most of Far-
rell's time was spent with the dash
men, for Steve has been forced to neg-
lect this department the past few days
because of the heavy track. The
sprinters were given much beneficial
practice yesterday, however, several
fast 50 yard dashes being stepped off
and the men being given pointers in
starting. Losch, Meese, Wetzel, and
Moersh all showed up well.
The hurdlers, middle-distance, and
distancemen kept themselves in trim
by running their respective races, but
n6ne of the Jumpers or pole-vaulters
put in an appearance. The weight
men were in charge of Archie Hahn,
the soggy field apparently not hamper-
ing their activities. Van Orden was
heaving the shot a goodly distance and
the coach seemed greatly pleased with
the big sophomore. The first home
meet will be a dual meet with Chica-
go furnishing the opposition May 21.
Copulos To Itfeet
Al Taylor Today
Gus Copulos, star three cushion
billiardist, of Detroit, will meet Al
Taylor, Union professional, in a 100
point match at the Union today. Copu-
los recently defeated Johnny Layton,
world's champion tiree cushion bil-
liardist, by a score of 350-242 in an
exhibition match in Detroit. Copulos
played a wonderfully steady game
against Layton, running out his string
of 350 in 355 innings and making 93
per cent of his bank shots.
Al Taylor says that Copulos is the
best three cushion' player in the coun-
try and as he has played both Layton
and Copulos within the last ,two
months, he should be in a position to

CAPT. PETE VAN BOVEN, WHOSE
WARRIORS SHUT OUT KALAMA-
ZOO YESTERDAY.
judge their ability.
The match will be played in two
blocks of 50.points each, the first be-
ing played at 3 o'clock this afternoon
and the second at 8 o'clock tonight.
After each exhibition Copulos will give
a lecture on the "Diamond System",
which is the style of game used by
all the leading three cushion play-
ers.
Taylor has been showing great form
of late and should give the Detroit
man a stiff battle. When Layton was
here last month he only defeated "Al"
by four points and but for a streak of
bad luck- Taylor would probably have
beaten him.
The admission fee for each match
will be 50 cents.

SCORES CLOSE IN
FRATERNITY GAMES
Close scores featured most of the
interfraternity games on Tuesday at
Ferry field. Delta Tau Delta beat
Sigma Phi, 6-3. Psi Upsilon just man-
aged to win from Sigma Phi Epsilon
by a 4-3 score and Zeta Beta Tau won
from Delta Kappa Epsilon by the same
score.
Phi Sigma Kappa had little difficul-
ty in winning from 'Phi Sigma Delta,
smothering their opponents to the tune
of 17-7. Alpha Delta Phi lost to Sig-
ma Nu 6-1, but Delta Sigma Pi won an
8-1 victory over Sigma Chi, and Nu
Sigma Nu took a game from Delta Sig-
ma Delta with a 10-6 score. There weret
no games scheduled for Wednesday on
account of the Varsity baseball game.1
Thursday's GamesI
The games for Thursday are: 3:30
o'clock-Alpha Sigma Phi v\ Monks;
Alpha Delta Phi vs. Phi Delta Theta1
and Delta Chi vs. Kappa Sigma; 4:30<
o'clock-Phylon vs. Hermitage; The-
ta Delta Chi vs. Chi Psi and Zeta Psi
vs. Phi Delta Chi.
Five games will be played on Fri-
day' They are: 3:30 o'clock-Trigonc
vs. Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Sigma Kap-
No. 3
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WORRY YOUR HEAD OFF
IF YOU WANT TO
-but if you're wise, you'll forget all
your worries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when the
whistle blows and you shut up your
desk for the day. Come to Huston
Bros. and play a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more
pleasure and nothing is more restful
than an hour or so spent over a bil-
liard table.
HUSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.,
'WE Cigarettes and Pipes.
"ETRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT"

CLASS MANAGERS
All class managers are urged
to get their entries for class base-
ball into the Intramural office
by Friday.
pa vs. Sigma Nu; Psi Upsilon vs. Delta
Tan Delta; 4:30 o'clock-Theta Chi
vs. Delta Upsilon and the winner of
the Phylon-Hermitage contest will
play the winners of the Theta Delta
Chi-Chi Psi battle.
Saturday's Schedule
On Saturday at 1 o'clock Delta Sig-
ma Phi meets Alpha Rho Chi and the
rest of the games are: The winner of
the Xi Psi. Phi-Phi Rho Sigma strug-
gle vs. Phi Beta Pi; Acacia vs. Nu Sig-
ma Nu; 2 o'clock-Alpha Sigma vs. Phi
Chi; the winner of the Alpha Sigma
Phi-Monks game vs. the winner of the
Alpha Delta Phi-Phi Delta Theta fray
and the victor in the Delta Chi-Kappa
Sigma contest vs. the winner of the
Theta Chi-Delta Upsilon game.
Did you ever try using The Daily a$
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.

Yesterday 's Games
American League
Detroit-5, Cleveland 2.
Washington 5, New York 3.
Other games - rain.
National League
Cincinnati 2, Chicago 1.
Brooklyn 5, New York 4.
Boston 5, Philadelphia 2.
Pittsburgh 7,.St. Louis 4.
ONLY TEN FRATERNITIES
ENTERED IN BILLIARD EVENT
Entries for the interfraternity three
cushion billiard\ tournament which
starts Monday'at the Union are com-
ing in very slowly, according to Al
Taylor. So far only 10 fraternities
have signified their intention of enter-
ing a man in the tournament.
This tournament is open to all fra-
ternities on the campus upon payment
of an entrance fee of $1. A silver lov-
ing cup will be given to the fraternity
whose member wins the tournament.
All entries must positively be in the
hands of Taylor by Saturday night, so
that the matches may begin on Mon-
day afternoon.

After

you
have done
the.
one thing
about
which

FRESHMAN TENNIS CALL
Edwin C. Bowers, coach of t
freshman tennis team, has iss
ed a call for first year net me
Practice will be held daily
the two courts in the tier adjai
ent to the Varsity courts. Pl
will begin at 2:30 o'clock eve
afternoon.
May 2nd--7Beginning and adva
classes in short hand, typewri
bookkeeping, accounting, ban
English, and secretarial trai:
Hamilton Business College.-Adv

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TODAY AND BALANCE OF WEEK
MELODRAMA
TILL YOU GASP AND GRIP YOUR.

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CHAIR ARMS

FOOTBALL NOTICE

Coach Yost desires all mem-
members of last year's Varsity
and candidates now out for the
squad to meet at the Union at
7 o'clock Friday evening.
Have you lost anything that youl
prize very highly? The Classified
columns of The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve vou.-Adv.

SPECTACLE
TILL YOUR VISION IS OVER-

our
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WHELMED

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conviction.
that
the
Arcade
Cafeteria

TILL YOUR SIDES ACHE AND THE
TEARS ROLL DOWN YOUR CHEEKS

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To The Public
of Ann Arbor

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Mr. D. W. Gifith, producer of "WAY DOWN EAST
cas completed anrangements to present here this production
of the greatestmaeotionpicture in the history of the world..
* In his tnatment of "Way Down East," MR. GRIFFITH
HAS EVOLVED A NEW ART. It is a rare combination of
painting play and story tensely interwoven into a fabric abso-
lutely new in the annalsof theatrical history.
This mower art form combining music with its other attri-
butes is the snsatin of the seasonin New York City and is
at present playing weekly to THE LARGEST NUMBER OF
PEOPLE EVER ATTRACTED TO A THEATRE. The prices
xane from 50 cents to $5.
Me Opening performance in New York was snld out at
00 a seat and theN. Y..Herald the next morning said:
"IT WAS WELL WORTH TEN DOLLARS A SEAT."
luediaately following this success, runs were arranged
for Borsbn, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles and other
ciies as quickly as suitable theatres and extended time could
be aecimed. The plain record from all these cities is that NO
THEAT10CAL ATTRACTION EVER DREW SUCH
PRAE or arm+ed swmh crowds as are daily packing the
the- -where "Way Down East" is now running.
These details best Iustrate to you the standing of this
o&wing and also bears out the assertion of the N. Y. Globe
tati isf- 13E 2EATEST SPECTACLE EVER SEEN ON
We Is i6not atnp to describe its manifold beauties, its
per or its overwhelming appeal but prefer rather
to put tyre sued beiore you as it has been written to date
arnd 1e4.e res to year imagination.
Bb te=e*wood in the Theatre World says: "MR. GRIF-
FPIH HAS CREATED A NEW ART." This wipes out all
a4 - - of c""rt and makes it essential that you see
"Wary Down East" to propedy estimate the wonders that the
puoducar has acine
'The eesal ar ennts for thelocal engagement carry
Nb. *Ih. 1 as that "Way Down East" will be pre-
wir hae with e same care fob cetail and elaborate embel-
rFImii tbmthias marked its triumphs in other cities. Another
wApvA i itema is that THE REGULAR HOUSE SCALE OF
RCES V BE CHARGED FOR THE LOCAL RUN. For
M- p11ticulars regaSding prices and seat reservations in ad-
*s -, eEir adaIly newspaper.
Signed
DON S. McJNTYRE

PRESENTS

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A SMALL TOWN IDOL
THE MOST STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION.
EVER CONCEIVED BY MACK SENNETT

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of
excellence
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MARIE PREVOST
CHARLIE MURRAY
PHYLLIS HAVER

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ADDED COMEDY -DEAD EASY GOLF

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ARCADE ORCHESTRA
SPECIAL ATTENTION

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WE WILL ADMIT FREE EVERY 13TH PATRON
to Our Matinees for the Balance of the Week
Ask the Cashier if you are the lucky Thirteen.

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the
meals
they
serve?

NO ADVANCE IN PRICES

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