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zlt, which was omitted from the
erfraternity meet, will be included.
MNAIUM TEAM TO BE
O I U . My

s for the prelim-
interclass indoor
en completed by
tramural office, it
,y. The prelimin-
Tuesday evening
sium. The finals
y evening, March

All men wishing to take part in this
work may see Dr. May at his offilee in
the Waterman gymnasium.
Band Breakfasts Up River
The Michigan Student Volunteer
bandVIeld a breakfast this morning in
Cascade Glen on the Huron. Meet-
tng at Lane hall at 5:30 o'clock the
band hiked up the river to a pleasant
spot near Barton dam, where they
held a devotional service, followed by
a short business meeting. Breakfast
was "served" at 7:30 o'clock. The
Michigan band had as its guests the
band of the Michigan State Normal
school, who were entertained by local
members last night.

TRAINING
THEi

WILL START AFTER
CLOSE OF SPRING
VACATION

s this meet will be the
I be held indoors this
erable interest has been
e campus. All men of
are eligible to compete,
>tion of the members of
rack squad, and the
win their numerals in
c meet with Illinois to-
pected that the card of
be large, and that the
vents will .be good.
eet will be posted in
nnasiunm=where all men
enter the meet will sign
: 5 o'clock Monday aft-j
use of the large field of
ed, officials are of the
he meet to be held next'
one of the best of its
off here.
Q tha ruling -of the meet,
11 be counted.in the dif-
Five points will be
Irst place, three for sec-
for third place, and one
ce. Jerseys with dlass
be awarded all entries
or more points during

A gymnasium team, for all studentsn
interested in doing advanced gym
work, club swinging, work on the par-
allel bars, rings, horizontal bars,
tumbling, and other apparatus work
is being organized. this week. The
work is entirely in the hands of Dr.
George A. May, director of Waterman
gymnasium, who has done a great deal
of coaching of this sort, having coach-
ed the gym team at Yale, which won
four intercollegiate championships.
Meet Twice a Week
It is planned to start training im-
mediately after the spring vacation,"
the team meeting with Dr. May at
least twice a week. There will. be
competition between the individual
members of the team, and later on it
is hoped to have intercollegiate com-
petition. Dr. May is working on an
emblem which the men will wear and.
expects to put the 'gym team on an
equal basis with the boxing.team, and
the other intramural teams.
Michigan a Leader
Michigan's last gym team was dis-
banded six years ago,, according to
Dr. Mae', because there was a lack of
interest. "Michigan has always been
a leader in intramural activities," de-

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"Babe" Ruth made a home-run yes-
terday when, with the bases loaded in
the fifth inning, he drove one of his
liners over deep right field fence. This
contributed largely to the Yankees' 9
to 8 victory over the New Orleans
Southern association team.
Dempsey, today, signed a contract
with Charlie Cochrane of London, to
meet Carpenier and Joe Beckett in
London. He will sail April 1, and
probably will be gone until late fall,
doing theatrical and exhibition work,
in addition to his two big bouts.
Michigan football stars, of years
ago, are to form two teams with old
stars who wore the colors of Prince-
tot, Yale, California, and Stanford in
a ten minute game in San Francisco.
The contest will be played on March
25 for the benefit of a community ser-
ice.
FOR A
NICE DINNER
TRY
Twenty-one years at the
northwest corner of Mich-
gan's Campus. If experi-
ence counts for anything
Willits' Restaurant should
be Ann Arbor's best eat--
ing place. Try one of our
dinners and be a believer.

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Coach Thorne has received word
from the Detroit wrestling team to
the effect that it will not be able to
meet the Michigan grapplers this aft-
ernoon. Injury and sickness has in-
vaded their camp and a postponement
was necessary. According to the
coach the meet will in all probability
be held next Saturday instead.

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rough edges. Coach Thorne
pleased with the performa
men in the D. A. .Q. meet,
that they should be able to
the 4Y. M. C. A. team a
trouble.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It i

CHIMES TRYOUTS
Sophomores desiring to try
out for Chimes editorial staff
should report to the editorial of-
fices, third floor of the Union, be-
tween 4 and 6 o'clock any after-
noon before March 25. r

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C 122 LITS NOTICE
I All members of the 1922 liter-
I ary class who have not yet paid
I their class dues are urged to do
I so at once. Checks are to be
| mailed to the class treasurer at
2107 Washtenaw aenue. Names
Iof senior lits whose dues are yet
1 unpaid are now posted in the reg-
I istrar's office, according to Walt-
1 er B. Rea, president of the class.

Im

GOOD SHOES
Are always the cheapest in the .
That is why we recommend
g } Shoes for Men
They are leaders in the shoe world just as we
are leaders in this community.
A pair of Nettletons this season will convince
you of their real worth.
Wahr's Shoe.Store
PHONE 1115 108 S. MAIN
MadebySoldby .

SPECIAL STEAK
DINNER .
SPECIAL SUNDAY
DINNER .
CLUB LUNCH

75c

of events

will be prac-

i.

he Favored Mode For Spring
In the Hat of Exquisite Colors
PUAYEA & H.IN TZ
328 S. Main Street

$1.00
40c

First National
Bank
organized inI6
3 per cent Paid on
Savings Deposits
Oldest National Bank in
Michigan

DINNER .k...........60c
Banquet Hall in Connection
WILLITS
Phone 1,7 3515 o..State

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Beginning Class
Monday 8 A. M.
Shorthand
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
'STATE AND WILLIAM

ADRAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE, EFFECTIVE OCT. o,
Read Down Central Standard Time

1921

AM. P.M. P.M. A&PM
Daily Daily Daily Daily
7:30 1:30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7.00 12:45
8 :oa :05 , iTecumseh... 6:25. 12.10
8:25 2 :25........Clinton ......6:05 11:50'
915 31S......Saline......5: 11:00
9S E3TUAr.CAnnArbor tv. 4.4 g 10:H o
Read Up
SUNDAYS. AND HOLIDAYS
:P.M P.M.
3:30 Iv... Adrian ...Ar 9:00
4:05 ...Tecumseh 8:25
4:25 Clinton 80
.:SSaline .... 7:15
5 4 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 6:45
P.M.
S TUDENTS LUNCH

Now
Showing

Adolph Zukor re i ts
THEN
,T R IN

L ASERISIE
ADVERTISING

I j THIS E!
IAT 31'M.

409 EAST JEFFERSON

ELLANEOUS

YOU going home spring vaca-
? 'Why not make a little money
ome during these ten d'ays and
r $70.00. Come in and look over
reports of the students that are
working spare time and the
' number we have going outI
ng the holidays. Mr. Leader, 232
:el's Arcade. Phone 600-M.
x:20-21
┬ęGE MEN averaged $950 profit
5 days work last summer, selling
ar-Ever" aluminum equipments
;he demonstration method. No
using. It does not pay to ex-
rate. Call Townsend, 1122-
r Irwin 2372 and get the facts.
117-6
RMANTON BILBIE, Teacher
iolin, Piano, Harmony. Studio,
N. Main St. Telephone 611-M.
116-21
MdSHIP LINES to Europe, etc.
its, 115 1-2 So. Main St., Phone'
-M. 124-5
-Grey leather glove and liner
Friday. Will finder please call
-J. Ask forYaeger. 122-3
-Pale pink Cameo ring in plain
tetting. Address Box' T. R.,
ly. , 121-3
-Black leather note book. Size
J. S. France. Phone 1285. 121-2

WANTED
WANTED-By local concern-an ex-
perienced, energetic salesman to
sell well known article' among stu-
dents. Reply fully. Address Mr.
Jones, care of Michigan Daily. 121-2
WANTED-Competent chef wants po-
sition at once. Fraternity preferred.
Good references. Box 0. X., Daily.
.120-21

WANTED-Table boarders at
Division. Home cooking.
$5.75 per week, two meals.

623 So.
Rate,
121-2

WANTED-To rent a house for sixteen
sorority girls. Box M., Daily. 117-21
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Tuxedo in good condi-
tion. Inquire R. S. M., 1215 So. Un-
iversity. Phone1552-R. ' 122-2
FOR SALE-Piano; well built, sweet
toned Haynes Broa, $160., 508 E.
Ann t, 2450-J. ' 122-3
FOR SALE-Two May Festival Cou-
pons. $6 value for $4. Phone 582-M.
121-2
FOR SALE-Two May Festival cou-
pons. Call 439 . 122,
FOR RElT
FOR RENT - Attractive single or:
double room for men, close to cam-
:us. Box C. A. B., Daily. 121-3

OPEN 6:30 A. M.
TILL 11:00 P. M.
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More Michigan men, play
Billiards than ,is the case in
any other Ametiean or For- *
A eign University. U
This has been true now for g
a period of about sixteen *
years, 5
* Th reason,
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BiLLiIRDS CIGARS CANDIESH
p E9PS LUNCHESSODAS
" "We try to treat you right" S
,fluMU U UUo* UEU ES

Long a Star in Reality!
Now a Star in Name!
Beautiful,, - wholesome,
dashing - the "radiant
lady" of the screen!
And tis great drama of
a young wife's love is
her first big, gorgeous,
starring picture!
You who saw lovely
Agnes Ayres in Mel-
ford's "The Sheik" and
Cecil B. DeMille's "For-
bidden Fruit" and "An--
atol," know what a treat
awaits you.
Cast Includes
Theodore Kosloff
Mahlon Hamilton
Lillian . Leighton

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Rudolph Vfle ntl
It
**MORAN OF TU
LADY LETT'

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At The Old Bee Hive

"HARRY"

After The Show or Dance
Or For Breakfast Tomorroi

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A Lunch or Drink.

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