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3-vault is prob-

Field Improvements Made
as begun A few new track improvements have
ng. Fol- been made down at Ferry field. A
that the runway, twice as wide as the one
d in a last year; for the broad jump has been
he Drake provided, due to the complaints of vis-
scheduled 'iting jumpers, and a ring for the shot-

ate ei5L s " ""'
have taken to their
an earnestness that is
sing.
eapped by Weather
r and heavy wind-
ndicapped the runners
gree and Steve Farrell,
ch, has been unable ask
,d line on the ability of
ors. That a half mile'
y team will be sent to
rthe Drake relays hasII
decided, while entries1
ile relay, the high-
he high jump will be
he performances of the
coming week warrant
Trials for the mile and
s will be held at 10:30
ing at Ferry field when4
d half milers will bat-
e on the teams. The
have their trials for
relay team sometime

put and hammer throw.were made 'ne-
cessary due to the fact that the west
stand has been erected over the old
ring. The cinder track is in good con-
dition and everything, perhaps barring
the weather, should be favorable for
the proper conditioning of the men.
Radical Cha nge
Is Inv.oked into
2 sketball Rules
Several new basketball rules have
been adopted by the committee which
met several days ago in New York.
The most important changes were in
regard to fouls but several minor
changes were also made such as clar-
ifying the meaning in places in the
book, and a rule which gives the cap-
tains the right to call for time out
when the ball is in their possession or
dead. However, an exception is made
when the ball is dead and in the
hands of the opponent out of bounds.
A free throw will not be given for
a technical foul as was the case, but
the ball shall be given to the oppon-
ent at the place 'where the foul was
made and they are permitted to put it
into play with an unguarded pass.
They are not permitted to dribble, or
shoot at the basket. For personal
fouls the same rule of one try for a
basket which if made is to count one
point stands, except when the foul is
made within zones, in. which case
there will be two free throws allow-

the present free throw lines extend-!
ed to either side of the court.
0O YOU KNOW-
That Archie Hahn's record of 21 3-5
seconds made in the Olympic games,
of 1904 for the 220 yard dash still
stands as a world's record?
That Ralph Rose's record of 51 feeta
still stands as a world's record in the
shot put?
That Johnny %Garrels broke the
world's record in the 220 yard law
hurdles and the 120 yard high hurdle
record in a Michigan uniform? He was
above the average as a weight man as
well.
. That Ralph Craig is a joint record.
holder of both the 100 yard dash and
the 220 in the Eastern Intercollegi-
ates?
That Carl Johnson is the only Mich-
igan man that ever scored 20 points
in a single Western Conference track
meet?
That Eddie Carrol is the best miler
that Michigan ever boasted.His
crowning triumph was the defeat of
Overton of Yale at the Eastern In-
tercollegiates. His best time was
4:16?
That Hoffman of last year's team is
the holder of the Conference javelin
record. His record is 178 feet?
That Johnny Landowski of the 1922
track squad bids fair to be the great-
est pole vaulter Michigan has ever
boasted?
'"GOB" WILSON IS APPOINTED
COACH AT ALABAMA POLYTECH
Hugh M. "Gob" Wilson, star guard
on the Varsity football team for the
last three years, has received an as-
sistant profess.orship in the school of
physical education of Alabama Poly-
technical institute and will start his
duties at that school during the com-
ing summer. Wilson will be one of
the line coaches of the football team
with the title of assistant coach and
will also teach several courses of
physical education.
Orlando Trial Next Monthe
Pete Orlando, the last of the three
men who were accused of the murder
of a farmer and farm hand near Saline
last September, will come before
Judge Sample during the next court
session. The- other two men have al-
ready received their sentences.

charge of the shop spent his 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 Pen Hospital 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 students.-Adv.
Daily Want Ads Pav.-A.dv.
My hospital is open for business, 207-
S. Division St. and between now and
the closing of school I am willing
to do business with you. So whatever
you've got kicking about the house in
the way of old shoes, etc.-also bring
your repairs.
Mark- the address, 207 Division St.,
and bring a job along quick.
DR. TOM LOVELL

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WE KEEP UP WITH THE
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WITH THE PRICE.
We can conscientiously serve your urgent needs
the right quality, the right price, and the right seri
"SERtVICE FORt PATR.ONAGE"~

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Phone 554

Established 1886

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ug, week.,
sure of representing
3 Penn relays. Hoff-
he past two years has
the 'javelin with a
of success, and "Duke
all-around..ability has
d him eligible for the
in 1920. are the ath-
certain of going downR
under the Wolverine
will be entered in
which consists of five
mtre run, the javelin,
uss throw, the broad)
.500 metre race. Just

BRIGHTEN P YOUR INTERIOR
Refinish the Walls with
, wa
Ala basti ne
It's not a difficult job to make your
roOms new, attr'active and clean.
An easily applied coat of qur Ala-
bastine Wall Coating will give the
walls a beautiful, smooth, velvety
finish. ShOWn in large variety of
tints and colors to harmonize with
your furnishings. Come in for a
colon card and let us figure with
you. We carry a complete lineof
Brushes.

4' QUALITY
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FOR SALE
SALE-Oi1 painting; silly hat, size
3-9; springs and mattress; hand
ringer. All in excellent .condition.
8 Lawrence St, 143
SALE-Hammond Portable Type
iter in A-1 condition, several sets
type. Call at 411 Thompson -t.
142-2
, SALE - Franklin 1916 Model'
mring car, cheap. Call Sommers,
0-R, 71 E. Ann. 142-3
3 SALE-At a bargain, Robert's
elotone player piano. 429 S. Di-
sion. 141-4
I SALE-- 1920 Indian Motorycle
id side car. Call 2382-W. 0. W.
lashill. 142-3
1 SALE-Winchester 32-40, 5 shot.
all 558. 6:30 P. M. 142-3
LOST
3T-15 Jewel Walthm closecfaced
atch. In Michigan Union Rading
oom, Thursday, April 6. E. thaw-
ion. Phone 1613-J. 142-2
3T-In Lane Hall, April 6, small
old "1922" ring. Finder pleae re-
irn to desk in Lane Hall. Rward.
143-2
ST - Crescent shaped, pearl set
omb, between 410 Church St. and
uerth Theater. Call 1666-R. .43
ST-Alpha Phi pin. Owner's nme
back. Finder please call 1976, te-
yard. 1-2

WANTED
WANTED-Economics students having
sales ability land desiring pleasant
summer employment will be consid-
ered insconnection with sale of
sue of stock in' our corporation. An
attractive proposition with excep-
tional earning possibilities will be
rnade to men who can qualify. Ad-
dress J. M. Eaton, President, Cy-
clone Motors Corporation, -Benton
Harbor, Mihigan. 141-3
WANTED- Fuller Brush Co. ofers
summer employment to acceptable
college men.. Make applications at
once. Hours: 3:30 to 6. 301 First
National Bnk l uilding. 141-3
WANTED-A I)lshwasher. Pay board.
Call 568. 6:30 P. M. 142-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-For summer months, five
rooms, furnished for housekeeping.
923 Greenwood. Phone 2863-W. 142-2
FOR RENT-One suite and one double
room, second floor, across hall from
bath room. 718 Lawrence St. 143
FOR RENT - Light housekeeping
rooms. Furnished. Phone 1794-1.
143
MISCELLANEOUS
HAVE YOU made your plans for sum-
mer work? Students here at Mich-
igan sold $5,000 worth of brushes
ltst week during vacation. Come in
and look the proposition over and
see how much you can make this
summer. Mr. Leader, 232 Nickel's
Arcade. 600-M. 142-21
PIANO TUNING-Call 715-3. Univer-
sity School of Music tuner. Victor
Allmendinger. Office at Res., 418
No._Division St. 140-6
THESIS NEATLY typed and bound.
Ten percent of charge goes to wo-
man's League Building Fund. Call

V WHAT TODO "
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. WHERE TO GO .
i An hour a day of Pocket,
* Carom or Three Cushion
S Billiards is fine for mind
and body of every Michi- .
gan man.
DU.JLTIAflDS CWIRS CANDIES
* PIPEMS LUlnvs SODAS
' *. . .mu geat t awihmt
We are here to give you the
best value possible for your
money. We have only the
highest grades of Pocahon-
tas, Kentucky, West Virgin-
ia and Anthracite Coals. We-
also have Genuine -Solvay
and high grade West Vir-
ginia and Pennsylvania By-
Product Cokes. Quality,
Quantity and Price guaran-
teed.
THEPRU NER
COAL CO., Inc
OFFICE 124 Es HURON ST.
Phone 1950 F-I

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UP TO THE MINUTE HARDWARE MainnsarWashine" "

USE BOYDELL BROS. PAINTS
For all purposes and be perfectly
satisfied.
VAL.SPAR VARNISH, the best made.
RE-NEWALL VARNISH STAINS.
ALABASTINE for walls. -
DUTCH BOY WHI'T'E LEAD.
Linseed Oil and Turpentine.
All kinds of high grade Floor Wax.
Barreled Sunlight, a white gloss enamel.

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