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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SE CMERS'AMONG
FRESH-TRACK MEN
Coach Hahn Will Lead His Yearling
Squad Outdoors This Week;
Large Number Working
PROMISING CANDIDATES IN
MILE, HALF AND HIGH JUMP
This year's freshman track squad
is one of the best that has been seen
here in several years and Coach
Hahn is well pleased with the show-
ing his men have made. There are
several men on the squad who may be
counted on to bolster up next year's
Varsity squad, notably Arnt and Bow-
en, the milers. The outdoor season
starts Monday and Coach Hahn will
soon be able to get a still better line
on his men.
Milers Doing Well
Arnt, Bowen, Marston, and More-
land have all been showing up well in
the mile and the same may be said of
H. Davis and Kriesmenski in .the two
mile. In the half the freshmen have
two crack men in Hattindorf and
Weeks. Hattindorf won the half mile
in both the interclass and the inter-
fraternity meets this winter.
There are a goodly number of 440
men on the squad, the best of whom
are C. M. Davis, Siemons, Morgan,
Benz, Nash, Ward and Chubb" Purdy
is about the best freshman sprinter
but Meddaughs and Detwiler are do-
ing good work and ought to develop
into fast men.
Shepard a Good Hurdler
In the weights Mette, Gowdy, Wie-
man, Dunleavy and Resner have been
doing well. This is only in the shot
put but when the outdoor work starts
they will begin practice on the ham-
mer, javelin and discus.
Of the hurlers, Shepard is the out-
standing star. He takes the high
hurdles in "fast time. Hahn is using
Shepard, Brunner and Cearing in the
high hurdles, and Aubrey, Maloney,
MANAGER WANTED
Large corporation manufacturing
product that has conclusively proven
that it aids in producing at least 25
to 100% larger crops is opening a
branch office at Ann Arbor and re-
quires the services of a business man
as manager. Previous experience not
essential, but applicant must be com-
petent to handle large amounts of
money, hire and handle help. $1,000
cash required. Fully secured. This
proposition should net live man $10,-
000 annually.
Big advertising campaign starting,
including full page ads in local pa-
pers. When writing give full details
in order to secure interview. Appli-
cant must be able to come to Chicago
Lor two days' instruction. Unless you
can do so at once, and unlessyou
can meet the requirements of this ad,
and your reputation is good, save your
stamps. This is a real opportunity,
and presents itself but once in a life
time. Write or wire immediately.
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SOIL BACTERIA CORPORATION
Transportation Building
Chicago, Illinois

ITIS
A POOR POLICY
to neglect one's Fire Insurance. Fire
generally - in fact always - comes
when it is least expected. The sav-
ings of years may be wiped away in
a few seconds. Surely it is the wisest
plan to protect your goods and chat-
tels by a fire insurance policy in a re-
liable company. Let us advise with
you in this matter and point out the
best company for you. Do not fool
yourself by delay. Do it now l

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Loomis, McEllven sMahar, Dunleavy
and Colla in the lows.
In the pole vault Smith seems to
have the call, but Andrews, Bouscher,
and Wanamaker are all pressing himl
close.Shepard is the only man who
has been trying the broad jump but
when the outdoor work starts more
attention will be given this event.
Five Good Iigh Jumipers
There are several good high jump-
ers among the freshmen-Smith, Mc-
Ellvan, Shepard, Maloney and Mahar
all having done over 5 feet, 9 inches.1
The relay team consists of Davis,
Purdy, Morgan, and Siemons, with
Loomis and Nash in reserve. With
this squad, a number of good men
should be available for the Varsity
next fall.
Illini Begins Drive for New Stadium
A drive to raise $350,000 among the
students for the new University of
Illinois stadium will be started on
the campus soon. The stadium will.
seat 80,000 and will cost $2,560,000,
the remainder of which is to be raised
among the alumni.
Just received at the Palais Royal the
latest in grey combs with colored
stones. Butterfly and fan shapes.-
Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

1921 Varsity 7Baseball Schedule

AT HOME
Sat., April 23-Purdue.
Wed., May 4-Western State Norm-
al.
Sat., May 7-Chicago.
Sat., May 14-Iowa.
Wed., May 18-Notre Dame.
Fri., May 27-Ohio State.
Sat., May 28-Illinois.
Mon., May 30-Wisconsin.
Wed., June 1-M. A. C.
*Tue., June 28-University of Wes-
eda Japan).
*Wed., June 29-University of Was-
eda Japan).
*Commencement week games.
ABROAD
Sat., April 9-University of Ken-
tucky at Lexington.
Mon., April 11-University of Ala-
bama at Tuscaloosa.
Tues., April 12-University of Ala-
bama at Tuscaloosa.
Wed., April.13-Oglethorpe Univer-
sity at Atlanta..
Thurs., April 14-Oglethorpe Univer-
sity at Atlanta.
Fri., April 15-University of Georgia
at Athens.
Sat., April 16-University of Georgia
at Athens.

Sat., April 30-Notre Dame at South

SPECIAL 90c Chicken Dinner, Sun-
day, 12 to 2 p. m., Chinese Gardens.-
Adv.
Evening gowns a specialty. Mabel
A. Tolford Shop, 721 N. University
Ave.-Adv.

Sleep Anyplace Vi
Eat at Rex !s
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packgard

Bend.
Mon., May 2-Purdue at Lafayette.
Wed., May 11-M. A. C. at E. Lans-
irng.
Mon., May 16-Ohio State at Col-
umbus.
Sat., May 21-Chicago at Chicago.
Mon., May 23-Iowa at Iowa City.
Sat., June 4-Illinois at Urbana.
Mon., June 6-Wisconsin at Madi-
son.
One game is to be scheduled later
with Michigan State Normal at Ann
Arbor for the latter part of April.
Nearly 440,000 own a Corona type-
writer. Price $50.00. Easy terms if
desired. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Ar-
cade.-Adv.
Lightweight imported golf hose.
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State St.-
Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

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THE SHOW YOU HAVE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR

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Over Eight Million People Have Witnessed and Acclaimed
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Style, Quality and Workmanship

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PLAY ON
ANY PHONOGRAPH
The April VOCALION
Records are here and
amongst them the great-
est hits of the season
such as

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High Class Furnishings

"Love Bird"
(Fox Trot)
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Now in its 2nd Year at the Vanderbilt Theatre, New York City
Now in its 2nd Year at the Empire Theatre, London
Six Months each at Chicago, Boston, Melbourne, Australia
Now playing Paris, Sweden, India, South Africa and Austria-Hungary*
THERE MUST BE A REASON
PRICES-Lower Floor $3.00; Balcony $.50, $2.00, $1.50; Gallery $1.00
TICKETS NOW BEING SOLD BY MAIL
TENNIS RACKETS RESTRUNG I

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TWO STORES

STATE STREET

MAIN STREET

Have Your Racket in
shape when the Courts
are opened

and
"Do You Ever Think
of Me?"
(Fox Trot)
by.
Selvin's Dance Orchestra
"Bright Eyes"
introducing "Make Believe"
(Fox Trot)
by
Smith, Notman, Jerome, Davis,
Skelkert
and
"Na-Jo"
(Fox Trot)
by
Al. Jocker's Dance Orchestra
with many other Dance Hits.
Popular Songs in

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BALLS

RACKETS

ALKINS-
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SHOES

7
711 N. Univ. Ave. Next to Arcade Theatre

QUARTETS,
TRIOS,
DUETS, and
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let us show you how good

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HOW OLD ARE YOUI NO MATTER! PLAY BILLIARDS!
No matter how many years you have tarried on earth, you are still
young if you like to PLAY. And PLAYING helps to keep that young
feeling and youthful look in men who are of mature years. Many
of the GREAT men of the world-authors, senators, lawyers, prime
ministers-find in BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and recrea-
tion. Make HUSTON BROS. your "club." Make this a regular meet-
ing place for yourself and friends. You will find just the right atmos-
phere here to make your evenings enjoyable.
HUSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards. Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigars and Candies. Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT."
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ART RECORDS
There are many new ones
out this month and if you
fancy real art drop in and
hear the Vocalion -You'll
be surprised.

finishing

we can do.

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NOVELTY
RECORDS

We have the films, too

'"The Nightingale and the
Rose"

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Margaret McKee
"Whistler,"

etc., at

324 So. State St.

THE THRUN
MUSIC HOUSE

E. and So. University Ave.

211 E. Liberty St.

BUTLER
INSURANCE

711 Packard St.

ANN ARBOR,

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