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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Frayed Wirre or
se Lamp Socket
Dangerous..

Telephone 273

Washtenaw,
Shop

Electric

FROM THE SIDELINESFashions Decreeu
By Bob Angell =
Michigan, the largest school in the center of attraction for many-as in
Conference, is woefully weak in the bygonejdays. ti nhaN cemr W a idz
number of her recognized athletic Upstairs men let their primitive in- The Waltz has once more regained -ts
teams. Other Big Ten colleges whose stincts hold sway. Some batter theirI=
revenue from athletics cannot be erstwhile friends until they look likepnb
as great as ours have regularly coach- Ipoor excuses for snow men after a r The Waltz lvill be more popular than
ed teams in swimming, wrestling, thaw. Others grind the faces of their eber this summer.
boxing, and tumbling. There are no comrades into unyielding mats with
finer sports nor any which benefit the an enthusiasm that would do credit Can You Waltz?
participant more than do these. to cave men. Yes, it's a grand sight, v
Hockey is another game which we is Waterman gym if you look at it a
have fine opportunities to develop in the right way. If not,
here. In fact, we are in a position to N
take the lead toward introducing it Percy Haughton, Harvard's famous " Register No
as a recognized intercollegiate sport football coach, is the sponsor for a -
in the West. That we have material proposed change in the rules govern-
for fine squads in all these lines of ing the forward pass. The improve-
athletics is unquestioned. All that is ment suggested is that a pass block-
necessary is recognition to start the ed or grounded behind the line of =
ball rolling in the right direction. scrimmage should become a free ball.
The former Crimson mentor believes
There once was a girl in a dorm that such a rule would eliminate much = 1 11i 111111 111111lIIIHUI1111t11t11I
Bought a heavy fur coat for a of the wild throwing of passes which
storm, is now so common. Keene Fitzpat-
But the winter, it fooled her rick, former football trainer and track
It heated, not cooled her coach at -M/ichigan and now serving
For that fur coat was frightfully in the same capacity at Princeton,
warm. has endorsed Haughton's plan, to-
gether with several others prominent
Did you ever breeze into Waterman in football circles. Ea s
gym on a winters afternoon as though .-

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For a Complete Stock of

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Musical Instruments, Strings
'Repairs and all supplies

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See

Schaeberle & Son, Music House

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110 S. Main St.

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Ann Arbor May Festival
Pubic- Sale of Course Tickets
All Course Tickets not ordered by mail will be placed on
public sale at the University School of Music, beginning
Saturday Morning at 8:00 o'clock, March 19.

you had just come from Mars, Central
Africa, the North Pole, Ypsilanti or
some other place where the major'
leagues have never been heard of?
No? Well, frankly, few have. But
its worth trying. A Martian, cannibal,
eskimo, or Normalite might well won-
der what it was all about.
Obviously and primarily, the game
is to see how close to Nature one
can get. Hardly less apparent is the
earnest desire on the part of every-
one to look athletic. Men are pulling
chest weights with easy nonchalance
trying to give the impression that
there is no chance of their fainting
the next moment. Dashers are dash-
ing,' vaulters vaulting, jumpers (the
human{ind) jumxping WiitI their savoir
faire which only experienced athletes
can muster. Above, patient plodders
are forever seeking " the end of the
track, while below the bars are the{
ELEVEN CARS TO MAKE DEBUT
IN DETROIT AUTO EXHIBIT
Eleven cars will make their debut
in the realm of motor vehicles at the
Detroit Auto show to be held in the
rooms of the Morgan and Wright
branch of the United States Tire and
Rubber Co. The 150,000 square feet
of floor space in the exhibition hall
gives this event the distinction of being
the largest one floor show ever held.
Two of the new cars to be presented
to the public at this time are being
introduced under the auspices of the
Detroit Automobile Dealers Associa-
tion andare expected to stimulate the
attendance greatly.
Detroit Forms Potato Relief
Formatioh of a potato relief in De-
troit to help relieve the destitute con-
ditions brought about by the present
unemployment, is announced by Brig-
adier Samuel Withers, Divisional com-
mander for the Salvation Army in
Michigan. The potatoes are pur-
chased in large quantities and dis-
tribution is made to all in need as
long as the supply holds out. It is
predicted that "lines" may soon be es-
tablshed in other cities throughout
the state.

Trubey
Home-made Candies
and Box Candies
Discount on 2Iox Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166

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frarch 27th

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.

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The Ann Arbor Sayings Sank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

You still have time to have your
suit made if you will come in ;t
once.
We are showing a few Real New Suit-
ings right from New York city at the
New Spring Prices--they will please
you.

J. KARL MALCOLM

604 E. LIBERTY ST.

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Fandau1 Wao

Six Concerts

- - Four Days

May 18, 19, 20, 21

Given by the Cosmopolital Club

:ARTISTS
Lucrezia Bori, Rosa Ponselle, Florence Hinkle, Sopranos;
Cyrena Van Gordon, Merle Alcock, Contraltos; Orville
Harrold, Charles Marshall, Lambert Murphy, Tenors;
Arthur Middleton, Theodore Harrison, Chase B. Sikes,
BaritQnes; Gustav Holmquist, Bass; Fannie Bfoomfield-
Zeisler, Pianist.
University Choral Union, Albert A. Stanley, conductor, a
chorus of children, George Oscar Bowen, conductor, Chicago
Symphony Orchestra, Frederick Stock, conductor.

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TONIGHT

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llllil lfllllfJ4lrlE# tttIIit i ti il tlttlitHH~ iR iNi~iH itiii HHiiltl °
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S0 r t in
Ann Arbor's Finest Restaurant
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A KING ''LIKE A QUEEN
You Can Dine Here
ne in, sit ,down to clean sanitary places, give
)rder to a waiter, listen to music for a couple
lutes, eat the best cpoked food in town and

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Majestic-Cecil B. DeMille's pro-
duction, "Forbidden Fruit."
Pathe News.

'Hill

8P.M.

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Arcade-"Behold My Wife,"
George Melford production.

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Audiloriu m~

Wuertli- Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Nut."
Orpheum-Will Rogers in "Hon-
est Hutch." Comedy, and an
episode of "Velvet Fingers."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-Henry Hull,
Alma Tell, and George Marion
in the comedy, "When We Are
Young."

French Quadrille, Fan Dance, Irish Wit
Egyptian Dance, Filipino Minstrels

Among The, Snappy Acts

Corr
your o
of min

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then pay less.

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Schubert (Detroit)-Bert Wil-
liams and George McKay in
the musical comedy, "Broad-
way Brevities of 1920."

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ACTS

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That is What Yqu Do Here
601 E. Liberty

Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-AV.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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Tickets 50c at Box Office and Book Stores

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