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April 26, 1922 - Image 5

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r Polo As

A Regular Sport At The University


First Down-



e, 'T3, if All candidates for junior lit '
nust be baseball team report for practice
its are j tomorrow at I o'clock on south
, inside end of Ferry field, ,
yed on
to the
Watch for the ''t's." Today Is "At"
bles of Day.



AT 3 P.M,


- ....


st year!<

WANTED-Family and bundle wash-
ings. Starched work our specialty.
Good work guaranteed. Work call-
ad for and delivered. Draper Home
Laundry. Phone 2088-M. '632 So.
Ashley St. 146-2
WANTED-For Summer School, furn-
ished house or roofis for light
housekeeping for family of three
adults. Write description and price.
Box 295, St. Johns, Michigan. 147
WANTED-Several canoes for one day
trip. Will pay $5 for each. Call
Toy, 870-W. 146-5
WANTED-One br two May Festival
tickets. Main floor. Call Potter,
1391. 145-4

To establish polo as a regular sport
of the ,University is the plan of Lieut.
John N. Ryan, a newly established
riding instructor at G. L. Mullison's.
He plans to form a club of those who
would care to play and to set up polo
on the same level as the Boxing club.
The University offers ideal facili-
ties for the formation of such a club
according to Lieutenant Ryan. Not
only are there a great number of stu-
dents who would be interested in ;the
sport, but the athletic clubs in De-
troit and throughout the section sup-
port teams who could be engaged in
Not an Expensive Game
The general 'belief that polo is a
very expensive game and to be play-
ed only by millionaires is entirely
false, Lieutenant Ryan state. The
outdoor game which would be im-
practicable at Michigan as it can be
engaged in only during the summer
months, and which require more ex-
pensive horses and the upkeep of a
large field has given it this reputa-
tion. With the indoor game, which
is used by all of the teams in this
section, the ring used. has practically
no upkeep cost, the shorter periods
of play and the slightly slower game
permits one horse to bb used through
the entire:; game, and the horses
themselves are slightly less expen-
sive. But three men play in the in-
door game, thus making the number
of horses necessary one less.
Condition Suitable
In the matter of a ring suitable forl
use for indoor polo, Michigan is again
ideally suited. Weinberg's coliseum,
which can be'procured, offers the best
possible type of ring. With but slight
alteration it would furnish an excep-
tionally fist ring with a large seat-
ing capacity.
Iieutenant Ryan pointed out that
the expenses of such an undertaking
would have to be borne by the club'
formed until actual play could be
started. The gate receipts of polo,
howevep, are always high once they
are started.' "I -know positively that
the gate receipts from one game of

polo a week would more than meet
all expenses," he stated.
" To BegnThis Spring
It is Lieutenant Ryan's purpose to
get those men. who would be inter-
ested in polo playing together this
spring and to start them on actual
work in riding, polo carriage, and
some mallet work. In the fall he in-
tends to organize the club and form
the teams. All students who are in-
terested are requested to get in
touch with Lieutenant Ryan as soon
as possible.
Sophomore engineers' baseball
team will practice at 3 o'clock
this afternoon on south Ferry
All soph lits interested in class
I baseball should report at the.club
I house at Ferry field at 4 o'clock
I this afternoon. I
4. .

60 Years t

HE Football Rules Committee can abol-
ish a lot of things. But they can't legislate
against having fun while you're shaving.
Tackle that generous tube of Williams'
Shaving Cream from the Freshman's First\Down
to the Senior's hardy whisker defense,Williams'
rich lather smoothes the way.
Football is a long way off, but the season
for good shaving is on
all the time-if you
use Williams'. It
softens and lubricates

your skin and leaves
your face refreshed-
clean- invigorated.





All fresh lits interested in in-
terclass baseball report at the
south end of Ferry field at 3
o'clock this afternoon.


1 1-

Our new location is in the Nickle's
Arcade. Rider's Pen Shop.-Adv.

Shavig Cr ea


Phone V
-Two lots
alloon Lal
E--Ideal 1

f 4.

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ne heater. Rider's Pen Shop has moved from
d, $5.00. Call Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co., to office
147-2 214' Nickel's Arcade, second floor.
Mr. J. G. Rider who has been in
charge of the shop spent his vacation
at his home and has been detained by
st" summer sickness. He expects to be on the Job
for season. again Friday of this week. There will
Box A. B. be no particular change in their line
146-21 qn account of the move. They will
conduct a Fountain Pen Hospital and
n furnished carry a select line of popular makes
524 Thomp- of Self-filling pens in addition to their
146-2 specialty, the Rider "Master-pen"
which. has already won many friends4
for campus among the students.-Adv.
Wat h for the "317s." )Today is "At"

Of Ivory Toiler

aily. 147-3 son.;
athletic book or Don't f
for registation. election.

-July and Aug-ust.
Phone 1546-J.
forget to register
is "A" Day.

Delicate toilet, requisites are ever ap
pealing - and there are. none tha
are more delicate than those fash
Toned from\ pure white ivory.
Here are many ivory pieces on spe
* cial sale this week' at 9$c each.

r tion-'

te Mirrors
Fi'st of all there are mirrors-different sizes--in
which Milady may gaze to her heart's content-_
until every lock of hair is in just the right place.
And imagine having your choice of four sizes of
mirrors for. 98c..
Combs come in different styles, either with a4
handle, or in the straight style. There are both
coarse and fine tooth combs to select from at
98c each.

Hair Brushes



Who can discriminate more
carefully than the college
man? To his natural equip-
ment are added the resources
of culture and the associa,
tion with great minds of 411
ages. Such disciiminatio-
leads naturally to the choice,
ofMelachrino, the One Ciga-
z rette Sold the World Over.

Then there are hair brushes to bru;
hair until it is beautifully glossy and
to put into a fetching coiffure. The br
fine quality bristles and are unusual
98c each.
Jewel Boxes
Dainty little jewel boxes of ivory, son
vet linings, will grace any dressing
will also serve as a safe keeping p1
Milady's little trinkets. Priced econ
98c each.
Hair Receivers
An ivory hair receiver will be useful
the dressing table neat and will also
tive to the dresser. Priced 98c each.



Attractive nail buffers wiA ivory backs are a
necessity to, every woman and these come with
ivory cases to protect the chamois and are priced
98c each.






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There are manicuring scissors with ivory han-
dles-a requisite for every $oodoir. These have
good sharp points and are curved in a manner
that makes them very useful. They also come in
straight point style. Priced 98c a pair.
Cream Jars.
There is no need to have an unbeautiful jar
cld cream on the dresser-n'ot when you, can
buy a cream jar with a glass cup inside to hold
your cold cream for 98e.
Hat Brushes
Did your hat ever look dusty? And did you ever
feel at a loss as to .how to remove the dust with-
out injuring the delicate fabric? Then you know
the need of possessing a hat brush. They are
priced 98c each.
There are trays of many different sizes-seven,
to be exact-for many different uses-perhaps
one for holding hair pins, and another for the
manicure set, and another for trinkets, and o,1-,
ers for various needs, and each is priced 98c.
Puff Boxes
How often has Milady wondered where to keep,
her powder puff so that it would not become
soiled in the slightest way and so that it would
not sprinkle powder all over! An ivory powder
box will attend to tbat and ones-will cost only 98.c

An ivory ,comb tray will serve Milady well-
on this she may lay her brush and comb a
keep the dresser scarf from being soiled. q
trays are priced 98c each.
Soap Boxes
A soap box is another trifle that is indispensi
-and why not have a soap box that matches
rest of your toilet set? Especially when tl
are priced just 98c each.
Picture Frames
There is always someone's picture that Mils
wants on her dresser. And so we have inclu
in this sale of ivory a large number of dai
picture frames of white ivory and have pri
them 98c each.
Perfume Bottles
In order to keep harmony on the dressing to
Milady must have a perfume bottle of white. iv
in which to keep her favorite scent bottled. Th
' have glass stoppers and come with 1, 2 or 3.gl
bottles in an ivory standard at 98c.
Small Necessities -
Last of all there are a number of little aff,
that are just as necessary to the toilet as
larger ones and they are included in this s
too! Files, cuticle knives, and button hool
minute details to be sure, but not to be overlc
ed at 98e each.

:r that Melachrino is a master
the finest Turkish Tobaccos
ted by Miltiades Melachrino.
cigarettes are simply those
inated in Egypt. But the to-
vhat you want to know about
it's Melachrino -it's right


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