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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FA

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1,5 MEINtE NTE'RED
IN HRLYEVENTS
Mile and Two Mile Squads to Make
Trip; Butler in Botit
Raees
EIGiT EA INDIVIDUAL RACES
Michigan will enter 15 men in the
Illinois Relay carnival to, take place
at Urbana on Saturday. Of this num-
ber 8 will engage in the special indi-
vidual events, the remaining 7 to
make up the two relay teams, namely,
the mile and two mile squads. Cap-
tain Butler will compete in both of
"the relay events. Coach Farrell has
decided not to enter a team in the
four mile run as his milers have not
yet shown enough to merit a place.
Nor will Michigan be represented by
a quartet in the medley relay.
Two Events for Butler
The mile relay squad will be made
up of Captain Butler, Wetzel, Wheel-
er, and Thomas. Of the 10 440 men
who ran time trials yesterday after-
noon to determine the personnel of the
mile squad, these men covered theI
-distance in the best times. For the
two mile team, Steve is taking Burk-

is on the program for March 12. It From the quality of play exhibited
I tram ural ft in sis to be on a larger scale than ever thus far, the men seem well matched.

SWIMMING NOTICE

Varsity and freshman swim-
mers and tryouts will hold an
important meeting at 7:30
o'clock tonight at the'Union.
hung up his best mark yesterday,
will be entered for this event. In ad-
dition to the regular .track men, Coach
Farrell, Manager Fischer, and Train-
er Fallen will accompany the squad.
Particularly interesting in yester-
day's workout in Waterman gymna-
osium were the time trials in the quar-
ter. The 10 men, running in heats of
two each, finished in fairly close
times. They came across the line in
the following order: Wetzel, Thomas,
Wheeler, Burkholder,kBurns, Lewis,
Martin, Bowen, Burke, and Meese.
Wheeler, Burkholder, and Burns, all
finished in the same time.
CAMPUS HANDBALL TOURNEY
SHOWS STRONG COMPETITION
Play in the first round of the All-
campus handball tourney being run
off in Waterman gymnasium is well
under way and in two cases second
round doubles matches have already
been completed. Big Bill Edmunds,
former Varsity football maz and cam-
pus handball champion in 1912, was
entered in the tourney but has with-
drawn because of professional com-
petition. He has announced his inten-

Games in last night's interclass
basketball league resulted as follows:
Merner's '24 lits beat Stone's '23 lits.
14 to 12, the respective captains star-
ring; Sterling's '24 lits defeated Craw-
forth's '23 lits, 22 to 16, Roth doing
the best work for the winners, with
Petro the mainstay of the sophomore
team; the Homoeops downed the
Pharmics, 16 to 9, with Kober doing
the outstanding work for the Homoe-
ops; the '22E team won from the '21E
aggregation by a 27 to 13 count, Cran-
ford and Jelliffe doing the heavy
work; the Foresters downed the Arch-i
itects, 15 to 9, Seidel starring; '22 lits
beat '21 lits in a hard fought game,
12 to 10, the guarding of Juers of the
losers featuring.
At 8:45 o'clock tonight Merner's '24
lits will face Sterling's '24 lit team,
'22 lits will oppose '22E, and the For-
esters will take sides' against thie
Homoeops. At 9:15 o'clock Stone's '23
lits meet Crawforth's '23 lits, '21 lits
tackle '21E, and the Architects take
on the Pharamics.
Medals have arrived in the Intra-
mural office for winners in interde-
partment 'and society basketball
leagues.

before, and furthef announcement will
be made.
Unwintery winter weather has made
the hockey season a dismal failure.
Unless an unexpected cold wave puts
in an appearance no attempt will be
made to run either fraternity or class
tournaments. The Varsity game with
Notre Dame scheduled for this week
has been postponed.
CLASS B THREE CUSHION
TOURNAMENT, UNDER WAY
Last Monday the first game in the
class B three cushion billiard tour-
nament, which is now being run off in
the Union billiard room, was played
when Loeb defeated Byrne 20 to 13.
Tuesday afternoon Griffith overcame
Karpus in a close match 20 to 17. That1
same evening Loeb put Bronson un-
der by a score of 20 to 6. Last night
Moeller defeated Frounfelker. Today
Bronson meets Karpus.
There are no handicaps in this tour-
ney, each -man starting at the same
point of 20. The calibre of the con-
testants is only slightly below that of
the men who played in the class A
tourney. As in the first event, Al Tay-
lor, Union billiard room manager, had
the men play him a match. They had
to make 13 points or more to his 25.
In the other tourney itwas necessary
to make 15 markers to Taylor's 25.

The award will be either a cup or
jointed cue, as the winner chooses.

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No. 3

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Lightweight imported golf hos(
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State St.-
Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ady
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM'
A Nice Cozy Place Where
You Enjoy Your J'leal

I

One half block South
of "MAJ

I

WORRY YOU HEAD OFF
IF YOU N TO
-but if you a 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.
Cigarettes and PipeH.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT"

RIDING
BREECHES-
AND
KNICKERS
ARE
r SWELL
FOR THE
xKICKERS
FOR
YOU'RE
ONE
OF MY
SLICKERS
WHEN
YOUR
SUIT IS
TAILOR-MADE -

track meet1

A big indoor interclass

holder,
Bytler.
best ha
Inasmu

Burns, :Douglas, and Captain
This group constitutes the
Lf milers that the coabh has.
ch as the mile and two mile,

With acknowledgments to K. C. BI

I

relays are an hour apart, Captain But-
ler will be able to take part in both.
races.
For the individual= events, the Var-
sity will have participants in all of
the extra features. Wesbrook is en-
tered in the pole vault and in the
broad jump. He has been working
out in the latter event in the dirt pit
in the gymnasium for the last *eek.
For the purose of experience, Walk-
er will be carried on' the trip to com-
pete in the high jump. Cruikshank
and Sargent will take part in both
of the 60 yard high and 60 yard low
hurdles. Cruikshank will also be a
teammate toWesbrook in the broad
jump.
The entire Michigan dash squad
will make the trip to Urbana. In the
trial heats run yesterday afternoon to
decide who should go, Losch, Kelly
and Simmons finished so closely 'in
the heats that it was decided to take
all three. Stipe, who has been put-
ting the shot in great shape and who

tion of challenging the men who win
the championship in this series and
helping condition the Michigan squad
which will be entered in the national
tourney on the Detroit Athletic club
courts March 21. Edmunds strongly
urges all men who have signed up for
this tournament to play their match-
es as soon as possible in order to give
the squad as much practice as possi-
ble before the tourney at the D. A.
C. at the end of the month. The gym-
nasium is open all day and evenings
at present, while the basketball team
is holding practice there.
(Continued on Page Six)
HANDBALL NOTICE
Matches in the handball
tournament can be played off
either in the afternoon or night
at the gymnasium. GEHRING.
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class Imw, 4 he- a ll! Iver

EASTER
COMES
MARCH

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Get Your

tBudweiser"

From

PROF ESSOR HASKINS.
** *
WAS A kindly soul.
BRIGHT ON somre zubjects.
BUT SO absent-mincd.e
TiHAT ONE day at t Larber's.
HE TOO; off h_3 collar.
TO GET ;haved.
** *
AND FORCOT where he vras.
* *"*
AND KEPT right on.
TILL THE ch-girl screamed.
* x x
AND A barber stopped him.
HE WAS a great smoker.
BUT HE'D ofton put.
THE BU RNT match in his mouth.
AN D T H 1OW away.
THE CIcA7 TT.
HIS STUDENT1 loved him.
HE WAS so fal.
OF FUNNY surprises.
ONE DAY he had a tube.
e, - *
OF I ADIU. M and ho told.
TH E STUDENTS all about it.
AND ' NALL, by mistake.
INSTEAD CIF tie tube.
HE PULLED out one.
OF H IS cigarettes.
* * *
AND ASKED the class.
"WHAT 13 tho one thing.
WHICH DISTINGUISHES.
* * *
THIS MARVELOUS substanc.
* * *
FROM ALL others on earth?"
* * *
AND THE class roared.
* * *
"THEY SATISFY."

your
spring
suit -

I
only
want
10 of those
days
to make

Klets Beverags Co.
Distributors Washtenaw County
Phone 1948 331 S. Ashley St.

I MAKE
CLOTHES
FOR

\

New Spring Woolens
are now on display at the
new low prices
All our regular staple stock has been
reduced to the present low prices.
Don't wait until" you want to step into
1a suit to place your order. It takes time
to do good tailoring.
"Some say" prices will be higher in April.
J. KARL MALCOLM-
LIBERTY STREET AT MAYNARD

Sa
WHRAT is it you've always
wanted a cigarette to
do? You know the answer.
Chesterfields do it-they not
only please your taste, they
satisfy! It's all in the blend
-a secret blend of fine Turk-
ish and Domestic tobaccos.
It puts Chesterfields where
none can touch them for
quality and value.

YOUNG
MEN
ONLY-
THOSE
FROM
EIGHTEEN
TO.
EIGHTY-
GREATER
THAN THAT!
YOUR
MAY HAVE
A
DOZEN
"TRY -- ONS"
IF YOU
WANT THEM

In packages of 20 protected
by special moisture-proof
wrapper. Also in round
AIR - TIGH' tins of 50.

Why
not
"drop
i"?"?

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