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(Contln4ed from Page One)
ach Farrell called upon Walters,
Is, Thomas, and Siemans to run
eight lap relay as a finale to the
t. Walters started out by giving
Varsity a few yards -lead. .Davis
ewed and added a few more. Thom-
nan his man a little better then
pi and Siemans finished the race
r a comfortable margin. The time
2:45 2-5.
'Tean Well-Balanced
.1 in all the showing of the Mich-
track team in the opening meet
satisfactory and promising. Coach
elseemed satisfied with the per-
ance of his men and several times
ie course of the meet was greatly
sed with the work of his runners.
team possesses several stars but
trength lies essentially in the fact
it is a well balanced aggregation.
e are good men in every event
they appear capable of taking
ts when the necessity arises. It
ite certain that had Captain Sim-
s .competed in the dashes, the
e would have been even more .one-
1, Kelly and Burke took firgt and
ud in the sprint and with Si-
s running, Michigan would surely
scored a slam. Had Van Orden
Martin been able to compete, It
ard to figure how Chicago could
taken many more than 10 or 12
it was Michigan placed first and
in the shot put without "Van."
stook the event with a heave of
,eto 3 1-2 inches. Van Orden has
44 feet several times. In the
ter, Michigan placed first and sec-
despite the absence of Lewis and
Maroons Take One First
the low hurdles only, did the
ons take a first place. Brickman
hicago, breasted the tape only a
nches ahead of Sargent. Jones of
go, was third. Walker and Mc-
u of Michigan, tied for first hon-
i the high jump. Both failed at
t. Brunner, a new man in the
.es took a third for Michigan in
igh hurdle race. Considering his
he ran an eeellent race.. Viel-
also scored for the Varsity when
)ok third in the shot. Schmitz
a point in the pole vault.
yard dash-Kelley (M), first;
e (M), second; Pyott (C), third.
ie 5 3-5 seconds. (Tied'the gym-
mn record).
yard high hurdles-Sargent (M),
Jones (C), second; Brunner (M),
8 4-5 seconds.
e, run-,Bowen (M), first; Ardnt
second; Standish (M), khird. 4
es, 29 seconds.
yard dash-Siemons (M), first;
as . 1), second; Bricgman (C),
63 3-5 seconds.
t -put-Stipe (M), first; Dawson
second; Vielmett (M), third. Dist-
41 feet, 3 1-2 inches.
;h jump-McElven (M), and
er (M), tied for first; Pool (C),
Height 5 foot 10 inches.
e vault-Landowski (M), first;
(C), second; Schmitz (M), third.
it 12 foot 2 1-2 inches. {This is
r gymnasium record).
.f mile run - Hattendorf (M),
Price (M), second; Dougles (M),
2 minutes 1 1-5 seconds.
yard low hurdles-C.,Brickman
irst; Sargent (l), secnd; Jones
hird. 7 4-5 seconds.
o mile rlun-Davis (M), first;
>(M), second; Whittemore (M),
9 minutes 57 3-5 seconds. (his
ew gymnasium record).
ht lap relay-Michigan (Z. Wal-
C. Davis, Thomas and Siemons),
Chicago, second. 2 minutes 45
sconds.
eree, Charles Burton, Michigan;
r, Dr. George A. May, aYae; clerk
urse, Sid Millard; timers Evans
ook, Leland Standford, Archie
Michigan, Richard Losch, Mich-
physician, Dr. W. E. Forsythe.
its Of 'ports

All members of the Harvard crew
who have had two years or more ex-
perience on the Varsity will be requir-
ed to spend an hour a day coaching
the freshmen. The crew reported last
week for organization but, as yet,
practice has not begun.
China will have a representative in
the Penn relays and also in the East-
ern intercollegiate track meet this
year in S. T. Chow. He is on the
Pennsylvania track team and special-.
izes in the broad jump although he
also has shown ability in the high
jump and the hurdles.
Thirty-seven of the 40 games play-
ed in the international checker cham-
pionship match at Glasgow Scotland,
between Robert Stewart of 'Scotland,
and Newell Banks of Detroit, were
draws. Of the other three matches
Stewart won two giving him the title.
This is a record for draw games al-
though once before 36 games were all
draws.
Oxford University of England, is on
the schedule of the Colgate rifle team
beside Princeton, Harvard and several
other colleges.
Tryouts for managers of major
sports at Cornell are required to wear
a black cloth hat on which is the first
letter of the sport for which they are
STUDENTS LUNCH
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tryihg out. This will make them'
known and give everyone a chance to
see who is trying out.
Oxford University is sending a la-
crosse team to this country where
they will meet several American
teams. They will arrive here on March
22, and play several Southern univer-
sities before a game with Syracuse.
If the Syracuse team makes a good
showing against the;Englishmen they
will go to England in the second week
of June for a return match. The team
will be an all Syracuse team, and not'
composed of players from 'everal uni-
versities as had been talked about.
According to plans now under way
the United States and Canada may be
represented at the annual skating
events held in Norway next winter.
It has been suggested that the men to

represent the two countries be chosen
by a series of eliminations held at
different cities in America.
Joie Ray of the Illinois Athletic
club, set a new world's record for the
mile and a quarter run on Monday
night whe he covered the distance in
5:33 3-5. This is :05 1-5 seconds fast-=
er than the record for that distance
held by Thomas Conneff of New York
Athletic club.
Olympic Sports club of Detroit, is
sponsoring a 20 mile foot race to be
run on the southwest boulevards of
that city on Washington's birthday.
Fifty Brown university candidates,
including six letter men, reported-for
the first baseball practice last week.
Among them were 12 pitchers and
8 catchers. Immediate workouts in

the cage were ordered by Coach Snell,
who intends to devote all of the early
training to the development of hitters
and battery men.
Intercollegiate boxing is not living
up to expectations this season. There
is a probability that the finals of the
Intercollegiate Boxing association
which were to be contested in Phila-
delphia March 16, 17 and 18 will be
called off according to an announce-
ment received at the Naval. academy.
The University of Pennsylvania and
Pennsylvania State are the only en-
tries. However if the intercollegiates
are abandoned it is likely that the

Midshipmen and University of Penn-
sylvania will meet on March 18.
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ded to the program for the annual,
.ta at Poughkeepsie next June 26,
be a two mile race for 150 pound
ty crews, providing two entries for
vent is received. This stand was
1by the board of stewards of the
collegiateRowing association.
the regular varsity race will re-
at three miles for this year at
and the freshman and junior
ty events will be two miles each.
ations to compete were sent to
gan, Wisconsin, California, Le-
Stanford, University of Washing-
Princeton and Navy.
anesota's track hopes have been
what lowered as a result of a
ured ankle sustained by Bill
:er, the Gopher star pole vaulter.
:er's injury occurred Wednesday
going over the bar in the Uni-
y gymnasium.
rthw estern will have rather a
tile baseball coach this season in
Hanry I. Szymanski. Lieuten-
zymanski represented the United
3in wrestling at the Olympic
at Antwerp last year and in
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What America needs today above all things is business
women. And where we need them most is not in business offices
but in the homes. What we want is not so much a woman who
can run a kitchen as a woman who knows how much it costs to
run a kitchen. If we do not get our domestic science up to the
standard of our commercial science we are going to start an epi-
demic of household insolvency that will startle the world.
Ninety per cent of our matrimonial unhappiness is due not to
temper nor temperament, but to common, ordinary domestic
bankruptcy.
There is no money in the family till; the books won't bal-
ance; the cash is overdiawn; and the partners are at war. That's
the story; that's the whole story. And in most of such cases,
even Reno becomes an unbearable expense.
Nearly every tug at the heartstrings begins with a tug at the
purse-strings.
If the women of America have the brains to maintain many
of the equalities which they now enjoy, they must also have the
brains or acquire the science to run theirJiomes along commer-
cial lines.
The chief problem of domestic science is how to take a cer-
tain income of money and live up to it; not over it, and not
necessarily under it, but how to make all of your bills balance
that certain amount of cash.
Naturally the only way to do this is to plan your expendi-
tures. And the only way to know the cost of what you are going
to buy,-is to compare the prices at which other people are selling.
These comparative prices are published in the advertising
columns in every issue of this paper. No shrewd merchant hides
his light under a bushel. Whenever he has anything good to
offer you, he puts it over his signature in these columns.
So the first thing you gain by following the advertising is a
choice always of the best that is being offered in each line. And
when these merchants realize that so many of you are using their
advertisi r day by day as the basis for your buying, you may depend
upon it they are going to stretch every possible point to maintain
your interest.
If you will follow this plan for a short time, you will find
that you are merchandising your home in they same way that
these business men merchandise their stores. You will become
as shrewd at buying as they are. Your books will begin to bal-
ance, and you will discover that you are the head of a big, suc-
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Two blocks from caipus. 311
Thompson. 97-3.
FOR RENT - One single and one
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and hot water heat; one block from
campus. Call ,Davis. 2280-W. 920
Monroe. 99-3
FOR RENT-Five room house, furnish-
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housekeeping apartment. Call 849-M.
- 98-2
FOR RENT-Warm, desirable room,
reasonable price, one block from
campus. 324 Maynard St. 99
FOR RENT-Front suite suitable for
married couple. Very pleasant loca-
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FOR RENT-Double or single room.
Close to campus. 437 Maynard St.
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FOR RENT-Double room near cam-
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FOR SALE-1921 Ford Touring car,
practically new. Bargain to early
buyer. Phone 283-W or call 506 .
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