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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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EI ALL TBoilermakers at Lafayette two weeks
In spite of this defeat, Illinois is
A still favored for the title, unless Mich-
igan can stop the Orange and Blue
quintet. Illinois has four games to
play, two of these being with Michi-
nhiploisl~iipIloiiorstMe in R.Ilnds !gan, one with Ohio, and one with Chi-
Lernshp No~or Ldie i F dsrt, cago. The Indians have already met
reams Now 11olding Fourth, land defeated the two latter teams,
Fifth', Sixth Places rolling up the record score of the
year, ofu46hpoints, on Ohio. Thus
NOIS AND INDIANA LEAD the chances of the Illini to win this
WITh PUJR.)UE NOW IN Tillf year depend upon the Michigan
games, and the Wolverine reversal of
form makes those games far from cer-
Conference Standings tain wins for Illinois. If Michigan
won lost proves to have lost none of the power
A .............6 2 .750 displayed against Iowa, Chicago, and
na ................6 2 .750 Purdue, Illinois will have to play the
ue ................5 3 .625 best basketball of the year to win.
onsin .............5 4 .555 Indiana has but three games left,
esota .............5 4 .555 but two of these, Iowa and Purdue,
go ..............5 5 .500 are teams that have defeated the Hoo-
igan ..............4 4 .500 siers once this season. With Indiana
..................3 4 .428 winning all of the remaining games,
State ...........2 7 .222 and Illinois losing one, the Hoosiers
iwestern .........1 7 .128 will win the 1921 title,
Purdue has an outside chance to
rdue gave Illinois but one day slip into first place, but only if the
tdisputed leadership in the Con- two leaders are consistantly defeated,
ice basketball race by winning a thing which is possible, but not at
all probable,
the Indian court men Tuesday
at Champaign 29 to 19. This $200 Cleared by Girls' Glee Club

Tnanv aa TANK MEN LEAVE Overalls, Lab. and Hospital Coats
ITFOROF0 R TWOV MEETS!Aprons. Wagner & Co., State St.-Adv.
TET EEl N T ryLLIJI Try Daily advertising and watch
Squad is Badly Crippled as Result your business grow.-Adv.-
Of Ineligibility of Five Men
STESE DU BG..SSeals
SmTR)At A1TVTT It was a badly crippled swimming University Se a
teamthat left last night for Erie, ,

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More than $200 was cleared

. The Holy City Oratorio presented
. by Brown's Choir at Lane hall, Feb.
25th at 8 p. in.-Adv.
Paronize Laily Advertiers.-Adv.
nd Fraternity Crests

by the

upsets that have marked the Big Girls' Glee club at the dance given
games this year, as Illinois was Tuesday afternoon at the Armory.
ngly favored to win, because of This amount assures funds for the
overwhelming defeat given the trip planned by the club.
Ann Arbor May Festival
May 18, 19, 20, 21, 1921

ARTISTS

LUISA TETRAZZINI
Celebrated Opera and Concert Star
ROSA PONSELLE
Metropolitan Opeta Company
FLORENCE HINKLE
American Oratorio Singer
CYRENA VAN GORDEN
Chicago Opiera Associatihn"
MERLE ALCOCK
A Premiere Concert Artist
TITO- SCHIPA
Chica'§o Opera Association
CHARLES MARSHALL
(CRLO MAIRZIAL:L)
Chicago Opera Association
LAMBERT MURPHY
A Brilant Artist
THEODORE H ARRISON
An American favgri t
ARTHUR MIDDLETON
Metropolitan Opera Company
CHASE B. SIKES
A Splendid Young Artist
GUSTAF HOLMQUIST
A Real Bass

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SOPRANOS
CONTRALTOS

TENORS

The personnel of the Michigan track
teant which will oppose Chicago next
Saturday night in Bartlet gymnasium
can not be determined until the marks
of the men are receive( and the elig-
ibility passed upon Some 18 track-t
sters besides the manager and' coach
Will make the trip, leaving here Fri-
day night and reaching the Midway
Saturday morning.
Tryouts for the meet were held
Tuesday afternoon, and some very
creditable vecords were chalked up by
the Wolverines. In the quarter mile,
considered Michigan's stronghold,
there will probably be the stiffest com-
petition, for the Maroon track is one
of the slowest and most difficult to
negotiate in the Conference.
PLANS COMPLETED FR6
Saturday, March 5, is the date set
for the annual banquet and cotillion
to be given by th.e Women's Athletic
association. All honor awards will be
made at this time. Class songs will be
sung and stunts will be given by the
basketball teams. Dancing, including
special favor dances, will follow the
banquet.
The Committees in charge are asl
follows: General chairman, Phyllis
Wiley, '21; tckets Helen Bishop, '22;
banquet, Beatrice Beckwith, '21, chair-
man, Alice Hinkson, '21; public-
ity, Elsie Townsend, '22; decora-
tions, Frances Weimar, '22, chair-
man, Leah Olin, '21, Marion Koch, '23;
tables, Margaret Cosgrove, '23; serv-
ing, Doris Sprague, '22; favors, Carol
McDonald, '22, chairman, Quinnith
Sumniers, '21; atunts, Marion Willis,
'24, chairman, Josephine McGints,
'21; songs, Dorothy Brown, '23.
Tickets may be purchased for 50
cents all next week at the dormitor-
isororities, and Univeraity houses.
An additional fee of 10 cents will be'
charged for the cotillion,
CABINET NE BER TO 1IRECT
SOCIAL SERVICE WORK HERE
Merle Trebilcock, '21, will take
charge of the social service depart-
ment in Newberry hall. This position
wasformerly held by Miss Hulda th-
croft.
T.RACK NOTICE
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The last call for tryouts for
assistant track manager has
been issued by Manager Fisher.
I All those desiring to try out
should get in touch with himI
any afternoon at Waterman gym-
r asium.
No.3

WORRY YOUR READ OFF
IF YOU WANT TO1
-but if you're wise, you'll forget all
your worries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when the
whistle blows and youbshut 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.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT"

and Cleveland, where the Y. M. C. A.
teams of the two cities will be met to-
night and tomorrow night respective-
ly. The absence of such stars asDol-
lavo, Searle, 'Parker, Smith, and Val-
entine, three of whom had been count-
ed on but who were found ineligible
at the lastsminute, proved a blow to
the team's strength.

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Orders for these goods should be placed
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As they will not be obtainable after the
represcrntative of the College Seal &
Crest Co. leaves town.

BASS

"YOU'RE FIRED," said the editor.
"UNLESS YOU can dig up.
A LIVE story today."
SO THE cub reporter.
* * *
DISAPPEARED FOR hours.
BUT WHEN he recovered.
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FROM HIS trance, he had.
A STORY-here it is.
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OUR DEPUTY constable.
WAS WAKENED by the 'phone.
AND A shrill voice cried.
"FOR THE love of Mike.
BEAT IT here quick.
AND NAIL a nut.
WHO'S TALKING wild.
IN THE cigar store."
THE LONG arm of the Taw.
PUT ON his pants.
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AND AFTER a brief.
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MADE THE pinch.
AND WHEN Interviewed.
BY OUR star reporter.
GAVE OUT this statement.
"H E'S A loony, all right.
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THE ASYLUM says, by Heck.
THE WORST they ever had.
WHY THE poor nut.
CLAIMS HE can copy.
THE SECRET blend.
OF THE cigarettes.
THAT SATISFY."

FANNIE BLOOMFIELD-ZEISLER
America's Greatest Woman Pianist

PIANIST

UNIVERSITY CIORAL UNION Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
Three Hundred Singers
A CHORUS OF CHILDREN George Oscar Bowen, Conductor
Several Hundred School Children
CHICAGO SYMPRONY ORChESTRA Frederick Stock, Conductor
Seventy Players
SCHEDULE OF PRICES FOR TICKETS
(All Tickets are Exempt from War Tax)
Orders for course Festival tickets (with remittance) should be
sent in BY M4AIL at the earliest possible date. They will be filed and
filled in the order of receipt, and tickets will be mailed out about
April first.
BLOCK "A"-Three central sections ( -3-4) on the Main Floor
and the first Eight Rows in the First Balcony.... 7.00
BLOCK "B"-Two side sections (1 and 5) on the Main Floor and
the last Seven Rows in the First Balcony.........$6.00
BLOCK "O"-First Fourteen Rows in the Second Balcony......$5.00
BLOCK "D"-Last Nine Rows in the Second Balcony.........7.$4.50
Holders of Pre-Festival Course Tickets should deduct $3.00 from
the above mentioned prices provided they return the "cover-coupon"
attached thereto, the schedule then being: BLOCK "A"-$4.00; BLOCK
"B"-$3.00; BLOCK "C"-$2.00; BLOCK "D"-$1.50.
Please address all orders and make yemittances payable to
CHARLES A. SINK, SECRETARY, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN.
PUBLIC SALE OF COURSE TICKETS - On Saturday morning,
March 19, at eight o'clock, all course tickets not ordered by mail will
be placed on public sale at the UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
Maynard Street, at the rates mentioned above.
TICKETS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONCERTS-On Saturday morning,
May 7, at eight o'clock, all unsold course tickets will be broken up and
placed on sale at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 each for individual concerts.
NOTICE
The right is reserved to make such changes in the programs, or
in the personnel of the artists announced as necessity may demand.
All tickets are purchased with the distinct understanding that under
no condition will they be taken back at the office, nor does the office
assume any responsibility, whatsoever, for tickets lost, stolen, mislaid,
or destroyed in any manner.

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Turkish and Domestic-that
the other fellow can't get
onto. That's why Chester-
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why only Chesterfields can
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