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ENTERS ABSIE
RELAY CARNIVAL]

is being offered at the University of
Minnesota under Capt. W. E. Gibbons,.

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an Annapolis graduate. Its 'object isf
to train officers for the merellanft
marine. About 20 have signed for the
course.

Yen

Yost is giving a course in
for all those who have not
the Varsity before and who
come out for spring practice.
Imost 50 have reported but it
oo late for others to start.
e who is coming out for spring
must report for these lec-
'he next one will be given at
: on Tuesday in room 110 of
hall, and they will last until
actice which opens April 6.
esses Need of Practice
ach- told of the necessity for
of the right kind in develop-
tball machine. A right habit
nig punts, passing, holding the
in every part of the game
created so that in a real con-
ill be part of the player and
>e able to execute that thing
hought about what he is do-
e player should be so in the
doing things the right way
rill be impossible to make a
n a game where a fumble or
ht mistake may mean defeat
bly others in the future. This
uld not be fixed in any way
Id be adapted to the individ-
r for they all are different in
al way.
Speaks of Passing
g was given a great deal of
Yost told how he ; invented
ard pass. In the days before
was allowed. Yost was teach-
ien how to kick a spiral and
strating how the spiral should
idently discovered the method
a spiral pass. Before that
pass that was used was a
end over end pass for just.
rds to one side or back.
ubjects that were talked on
ing, catching punts, and car-
ball. Some of the difficulties
s of practicing to overcome{
iculties were told so that
men go outdoors they will
at to do and the coaches will
to explain' them so much. In
much1 better use can be made
ae on the field.
rr credit will be given for this
all those in tre School of
i but other will receive no

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MEN ENTERED IN SEVEN EVENTS
AT M. A. C. TOMORROW
NIGHT

Michigan will be well representd
this year in the second annual M. A.
C. Indoor Relay Carnival to be held
at East Lansing Saturday night.
Coach Steve Farrell has entered men
in seven events. Although there will
be no aggregate winner decided upon,
the purpose of the carnival being pri-
marily to stimulate interest among
the colleges throughout the state'
only, in track athletics, yet the com-
petition in the individual events is
bound to offset this.
Special 40 Yard Run
Last year Michigan made a very
creditable shoving with Walter Wes-
brook winning the pole vault, Walk-
er the high jump and the distance men
the two mile relay race. The latter
event is open only to M. A. C. and
Michigan, acting as an exclusive fea-
ture on the program. Coach Farrel is
considerably handicapped by the sud-
den illness of Kelly, who was sched-
uled to compete in the 40 yard spe-
cial, invitation. Kelly is confined to
his bed with what is believed to be aE
slight attack of pneumionia.
Dozen Men Make Trlp
As to the prospects for success in
the various events Michigan has en-
tered, Coach Farrel has a host of for-
midable representatives with Harvie
scheduled for the 40 yard special in-
vitation,,Burk, the 40 yard open race,
Stipe the shot put, Landowski the pole
vault, Walker and M4Elven the high
,jump, Sargent and Brunner the high
and low hurdles and Douglas, Hatten-
dorff, Price and Polhamus represent-
ing the two mile relay team. The
team will leave the interurban station
for East Lansing Saturday.noon.
Course in Seamanship at Minnesota
(By Conference Radio News Service)
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 23. - A
course in navigation and seamanship

Intramural items
The basketball schedule for Friday
is as follows: At 6:15 o'clock, Fresh
'laws, Upperclass laws, Department of
Education, and Pharmics practice; at
7 o'clock, Fresh lits, Soph lits, Junior
lits, and Senior lits practice. The
Fresh, Soph, Junior engineers, and
Foresters practice at 9:15 o'clock.
Class games start next week.
The class oasketball tournament
will start Monday, Feb. -27. There
will be a qualifying round from which
all the teams that win two out of the
first three games will be placed in a:
final elimination round for the class
championship.

The basketball schedule for Monday
is as follows: at 6:15, Senior engi-
ners vs. Junior engineers; court 2,
Sophomore engineers vs. Freshman]
engineers; court 3, Senior lits vs. Jun-
ior lits; court 4, Sophomore lits vs.
Freshman lits; at 7, court 1, Forrest-
ers vs. Pharmics; court 2 and 3, Fra-
ternity semi-finals; court 4, Freshman
medics vs. Sophomore medics; at
9:30, court 1, Upperclass Medics vs.
Homoeops; courts 2 and 3, Frater-
nity semi-finals; court 4, Upperclass
laws vs. Freshman laws.
CASTS OF STANLEY MEDAL
BEING SHOWN AT LIBRARY
Casts of the Stanley medal, which
will be awarded in the School of Music
each' year for distinguished work in
music, are on display in the lower cor-
ridor of the Library. The awarding
of this recognition in the field of music
is made possible through a fund raised
by friends of Dr. A. A. Stanley. In
the Library case with medals are ex-

hibited copies of some of Dr. Stanley's
compositions.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
SECURES PARIS PROFESSOR
(By Conference Radio News Service)
M(adison, Wis., Feb. 23. -- Prof.
Charles Cestre, professor of American
civilization and lecturer at the Uni-
versity of Paris, wplo has just com-
pleted a series of lectures at Wesleyan
university, Connecticut, and other state
colleges, will spend the remainder of
the semester 't the University of Wis-
consin, giving lectures in the depart-
ment of Romance languages.
Patronise our Advertisers.--Adv.
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MICKIE SAYS

At Regular
Prices

LEAVE
TERN TRIP

Varsity swimming team left last
for Erie, Pa., where they, will
the Erie Y. M. C. A. tonight.
ers of the team who are mak-I
.e week end trip are: Babcock,
n, Hubbard, Valentine, Aldrich,
s, White, Smith and Ullman.
irday morning the team will re-
rom Erie to Cleveland, where
rill meet the Cleveland Y. M. C.
:urday night, returning home
time Sunday.
.ough, these two meets are con-
d to be the most difficult ones
schedule, the men are in good'
ion and Captain Babcock is con-
that his men will make a good
ig.

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are now ready to accept orders
ps and gowns and would advice
rg early so as to avoid the last
e rush before the Junior Girls'
All orders must be in by March
n order to give the department
n which to get them all made.
& Co.-Adv.

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saw a wo-
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he was
twenty-five.'
Then he
stepped,
off the yacht
upon which
his wealthy
father's will
had imprison-
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the first
woman he
saw was an
adventuress-
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drama and
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novelty and
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way from'
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production.

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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

LASSIFIE
ADVERTISING

T IS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P. M.

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WANTED-Do you want to make big
money Spring Vacation? I have sev-
eral reports of students here in the
city that worked about 15 hours last
week and made from $20 to $30. Come
in and look our proposition over. Mr.
Leader, 232 Nickel's Arcade. Phone
6oo-M.- . 94-2I
WANTED-Energetic student, sopho-
more or junior preferred, to repre-
sent a 'prominent company in Ann
Arbor. Excellent proposition, and
opportunity for the remainder of
college course. Address Box C. M.,
Daily. 97-21
WANTED-Bundle and family wash-
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All hand work. Work called for and
delivered.' Draper Home Laundry.
Phone 2806-M. 632 So. Ashley St.
101-3
WANTED-To lease furnished or un-
furnished house, suitable for frater-
nity of approximately 25 men. Write
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LOST
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Name engraved. Ray V. Chase. Phone
1268. 103
LOST-One pair of glasses in' case,

MISCELLANEOUS
IF YOU ARE looking for a good money
propostion for summer why nit try
the brush gamne? Spring Vacation
would be a good time to see if you
like the work.. Several students
made nine dollars Saturday on their
first trip in the field. See Mr. Lead-
er, 232 Nickel's Arcade. Telephone
600-M. 100-21
THERE ARE Classified Ad replies at
the Daily office for the following
boxes: C, M., M. S. W., A. A. A.,
F. T., N. M. C. These may be had
by calling for them at the Daily
office between 8 A. M. and 5 P. M.
103
ARE YOU satisfied with your meals?
Try Flynn's Boarding House at 607
Hill St. Everybody satisfied. It's
just like mother's, ev'erything home
made. 102-3
FOR RENT
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heat. Fine location S. E. of campus.
Also a small room, $2.50 for present,
but to change for care of yard, etc.,
in the spring. 103
FOR RENT-One front room for one
or two men. 110 N. Thayer. Phone
2583-R. 101-3

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