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April 20, 1922 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-04-20

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YE STER.'
FUNDA.

er put a decided
g football practice
n at Ferry field.
were in suits and
t it was too cold
h practice. Coach
t the men through
ations in order tol
around. The men
different teams of
ad put through a
ill. Only simple
d and. the squads
: down the field
iour but the coach-
weather was even
all and called off

An independent indoor baseball
league is being organized to be run
parallel with the interfraternity ser-
ies. This is to afford the men who
are not grouped under fraternities a
chance to play the national game.
Equipment will be furniiAed free by
the Intramural department. Any non-
fraternity men may organize anden-
ter a team providing its members are
independents. Those interested in
playing may communicate with the
following men who have signified
their intention of entering teams:
Hoffman,t215-J; Brazie, 1379-W;Deng,
1471-R; Seitz, 986-R; Cuthbert, 909-J;
Lister, 639-J; Forbes, 2578-M; Luke,
2802-W.
Consolation handball matches at 4
o'clock this afternoon are: Phi Gam-
ma Delta vs. Cygnus; Sigma Phi Ep-
silon vs. Phi Sigma Delta; Kappa Beta
Psi vs. winner of yesterday's Lambda
Chi Alpha-Beta Theta Phi match.

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FRESH BASEBALL MEN
WORK VAT FERRY FIELD
More than 50 men have reported so
far for freshman baseball practice.
Contrary to expectations, more in-
fielders than outfielders have report-I
ed, there being 32-nfielders and only
12 gardeners. Tuesday, the first day
out, the squad was put , through a
general limbering up and Coach'
Mather spent most of his time with
the outfielders. The infielders were
kept busy by fielding bunts and get-:
ting their eyes on the! ball.
Batting practice will not begin until
the pitchers have been whipped into
better shape. So far eight huriers
have reported. Because of the weath-
er' conditions Wednesday,, only the,
pitchers were able to work out. Coach
Mather took them under the stand
where he spent most of the afternoon
in correcting their form.
No predictions can be made as- yet,
'as to the ability of any of the squad
and no cuts will be made in the per-
sonnel until the end of next week.
Diamond Schedule

"22 LITS NOTICE
I All members of the 1922 liter-
ary class who have not yet paid
f their class dues of $2 are urged to I
do so at once.. Checks are to be
mailed to the class treasurer at J
2107 Wasenaw avenue. Names J
of senior Mes whose dues are yet
unpaid are now posted in the reg-
I istrar's office,.according to Walt-
( er B. Rea, president of the class.
Sold by CALKINS-FLETCHER DrugCo,

TELEPHONE I14 F:

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on- Interclass baseball will start at 4
Lye o'clock April 25, with the following
' of games: Senior engineers vs. sopho-
Ion more engineers; freshman engineers
ies vs. junior engineers.
tic At 4 o'clock April 26, senoir fits
for play sophomore lits andfreshman lits
:he play junior lits.
on, e
ern
- Yesterday'srGames

New
device
gives cooler,
cleaner smoking
Agents for the United States and Canada
GROSVENORNICUOLAS & CO., Inc.
60 Broad Street New York City

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four wee

the
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n will have a fairly
f the game before
in preparation for
ext fall.
to Report
Gillard, Boschan,
and Meeker are
4:30 o'clock today
>oms of Waterman

American League
New York 3, 6; Boston 5; 1.r
St. Louis 15; Cleveland 1.
No other games, cold and rairt
National League
No games scheduled.
Something for , sale? A Classified
+ 1n The Daily will find a buyer.--
Ady.

April 22-Illinois at Ann Arbor.
April 29-Michigan at Wisconsin.
May 1-Michigan at Chicago.
- May 6-Iowa at Ann Arbor.
May 15--Michigan at Ohio State.
May 20-Michigan at Illinois.
May 22-Michigan at Iowa.
May 23-Michigan at Minnesota.
May 24-Michigan at Minnesota.
May 27--Chicago at Ann Arbor.
May 29--Wisconsin at Ann Arbor.
June 3-Ohio State at Ann Arbbr.

Our prints are made on Velox.
Materials that are Eastman made and meth-
ods that are Eastman approved, plus the ex-
perience of our experts are guaranties of fin-
est quality finishing.
Bring us your films
A.$. J3LA5! .x.105
For those who 1o
good music,
We have a special treat in store. Come in
and hear Rosa and Carmela Ponselle in
O So leMJijo (My Sunshin
Soprano -and Contralto Duet'
Allow us to present the following for
for your approval
She 's A fean, Jobrn
Frank Westphal
If Mott=ne'

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Patent Office Jobs Open
Positions as examiners in the Un-
ited States patent office are open to
college graduates, according to a let-
ter received at the, office of the Presi-
dent recently. . Students interested in
securing such a position may learn.
details of the offer by consulting the
letter, which is on file at the Presi-
dent's office.

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DAILY BUSINESS TRYOUTS.
Second semester freshmen who
desire to try out for the business
staff of~-The Daily may apply at
The Daily office between 1 and
4:30 this afternoon. This is the
last time tryouts' will be call-
ed for this year.

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LASS IFE
ADVERTISING

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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

"gf'b

am a ALE'
dents having FOR SALE-A C-melody Saxaphone.
ng, pleasant Good condition, Reasonable price.
1 be consid- Call Stebbins, 473-J, 631 Tappan.
sale of is- 141-2

Rider's Pen Shop has moved from
Calk ins-Fletcher Drug Co., to office
214 Nickel's Arcade, second floor.
Mr. J. G. Rider who has been in
charge of the shop spent hit vacation
at his home and has been detained by
sickness. He expects ,to be on the job
again Friday of this week. There will
be no particular change in their line
on account of the move. They will
conduct a Fountain PenHospital and
carry a select line of popular makes
of Self-filling pens in addition to their
specialty, the Rider "Master-pen"
which has already won many friends
among the seudents.-rAdv.
Patronize our Advertisers.- Adrt.

* EaUe UEeEPaSUaU
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Splayed Billiards before
coming to An Arbor.
l Michigan men_ play Bill-
Ot lards on and off during
teir college course, most
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Slas bo

Virginia Blues
Dear Old Southand
Angel Child -
Carolina. Rolling Stones

The Columbians

California -.Knickerbocker
An Old Fashioned Girl Orchi
O'ut of tthe Shadows
sgPrincess Dance Orche
! -Rio, Night.
Son of India
Song of IEddie Elkin's Orchestra
To A Wild Rose

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The latest and best in Music always
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4OR SALE-Seneca Camera, 'post card
size, rapid rectilinear lens, good as
new. Call 2628-W after 6 p. m.
141-2,

BILLTAUDS CIGARS CANDIES F
]PIPES LIMNCHGES SODAW :
"A~* try 'to treat you right'
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305 Maynard Stroet

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s"" I4FOR SALE--Hammond Portable Type-
141-3 writer in A-1 condition, several sets
o sell of type. Call at 411 Thompson St.
know __142-2
the
Se FOR SALE-A dress suit, size 37, with
two white vests. Looks like new.
P $25.00. 2902-M. 141-2

STUDENTS LUNCH

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409 EAST 'EFFERON

Two

Minute

Talks

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OR SALE-Portable, fire-proof,
metal garage. , 20x12. Price
unable. Call 2738.

sheet
reas-
141-2

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by D. 1.11. P. for

OPEN 6:30 A. M
TILL 11:00 P. M,

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Caothe-

FOR SALE - Franklin 1910 Model
Touring car, cheap. Call Sommers,
410°R. 711 E. Ann. t42-3
FOR SALE-At a bargain, Robert's
Melotone player piano. 429 S. Di-
vision. 141-4
FOR SALE - 1920 Indian Motorcycle
and side car. Call 2382-W. C.'W.
Blashill. 142-3

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As the eye is the
soul, so is it the
and energy.

window of the
index of vigor

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank

-2 FOR SALE--Winchester 32-40, 5 shot.
- Call 558. 6:30 P. M. 142-3
-2 FOR SALE--Tuxedo, size 37 $25.00.
- Phone 2902-M. 141;2

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Mch-

FOR RENT A

If your sight be defective ever
so little, you' cannot do your
best in what you are Undertak-
ing.
VIave your eyes examined. We
will gripd the lenses with ab-
solute accfiracy and fit you
comfortably with the eye-glass-
es or spectacles of .the vogue.

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RENT-For summer months, five,
oms, furshed for housekeeping.
3 Greenwood. Phone 2863-W. 142-2

A FORMER warden of Sing Sing re-
cently told of a prisoner who had gone
to the electric chair. After the elec-
trocution it was discovered that' the man had
been innocent but had preferred to go to his
death rather than "squeal" on his pals. '
In another state a young man applied to the
court for permission to serve a five-year term
in states prison in the stead of a pal. The rea-
son he'gave for' the request was that "consid-
ering the way things were he thought it was
the only square thing for him to do."
It is indeedca strange thing that the men whom
we call criminals have such a mastering sense
of loyalty *and justice. It is hard to believe
that potentially they are not great men. The
pity is that, as young men, their ambitions
were not directed along other chapnels'and
then we would have today, not criminals, but
doctors, lawyers, ministers and business men.

It would be well if Young America could
adopt from the criminally inclined a little of
that spirit of loyalty and moral responsibility.
Our industrial leaders tell us that the things
they look for in young men are integrity, loy-
alty and moral fiber. The world can use any
amount of men of-this class -but has no place
for the irresponsible weakling.
Let our young men subject themselves to a
certain amount of selfgdiscipline and there will
be no cause for worry over the lack of moral
fiber. Let them direct their energies along use-
ful channels and let them learn to save a part
of what they earn, regardless of how small
their income may be.
4

142-21j
good eats, $5.501
ls. $4.75 for 2
Celley, 314 E.'
2121-M. 140-3
1 715-. Univer-
ic tuner. Victor'

FOR RENT-Splendid room. 'Single'
or double. Inquire 1122 White St.
Phone 188. 40-3
FOR RENT-Garage near Hill St. and
Washtenaw Ave., 1051 Lincoln Ave,
141-2,
LOST
LOST-Bleack leather notebook. Re-
ward. M. 3. Murphy, 803 E. Law-
rence. Phone 862-M. 141-2,
LOST-Collegiate Sorosis pin. Name,
onb Finder please call 251.
142-2

Boston Style Lenses are
furnished in Shelltex
and Library Frames and
Rimless Eye-glsses and ,
---- Spectacles
OPTICAL DEPT.
Mr. R. M. Mowick
Optometrist in Charge
Haller & Fuller
State St. Jewelers

Everyone is more or less tired of
of thrift but the fact still re
THRIFT, pure unadulterated tf
stepping stone to many a succes

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