7 points, right
an in motion; 2
ce will . be
will be run
on on Fer-
Falling on ball, 10 points. Throw'
ball so plaker will fall on it from both
left and right sides. Also fall on dead
ball; 3 trials.
Kickoff, 5 points. Over 60 yards 2
1-2 points; over 50 yards 2 points;
over 40 yards 1 point; under 40 yards
0. Subtraction for accuracy 5 yards
from length of kick for missing zone;
Place or drop kicking, 7 points; 15
yards straight in front, 3 trials, 1 point:
each; 25 yard line 15 yards from side
line, 2 points; 40 yard line straight
in front, 2 points.
Charging off mark, 10 points; 2
trials. Form: legs well under, feet
apart, head up and tail down.
Picking up fumbled ball, 7 points; 2
trials. Speed in, getting away, accu-
Dodging, 7 pointA; 1 trial. Side step 3
points; change of pace, 3 points;
twirl, 1 point.
Catching punts, 7 points; 3 trials.
Form of catching, placing of ball and
Events for the backfield men will
be practically the same with more
stress laid on the offensive features
of the game such as carrying the ball
against time, and quick starting. The
coaches hope to uncover a drop and
place Wcker during the spring work
and sprcial attention will be paid to
the kicking events,
MiCHIGAN MEETS PURDUE'
team and several others are c7ut to
shove them off.
Purdue defeated the Wolverine golf-
ers last fall in a match at Lafayette
by an 8-3 score. However, at that
time the Michigan team personnel was
different from the present for 'several
of the best men were ineligible at that
time and unable to compete. The team
is much stronger than last fall and
since at that time allhthe matches
were close Michigan has a good
chance to reverse the score.
Of the four men competing for the
Boilermakers it is known that three
are golfers of real merit. Just who
the fourth man will ibe is not known
yet, butrif he is nearly as good as his
three team mates he is to be fear-
ed. Playing number one is the cham-
pion of the state of Indiana and Cap-
tain Winters, of the Michigan aggre-
gation, will have his hands full with
him as an opponent. Pixler, Brown,
and Bunn are the other three who
will play and these same three oppos-
ed the Wolverines last fall.I
There will be 36 holes t played, 18
in the morning and a like number aft-
er lunch. The first pair will tee off
at 9 o'clock in the morning and at 2
o'clock in the afternoon the play will
Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.-
I I am buying old clothe
the highest prices. $3.00
suits. Call 1677-W or b
203 N. Main St. Dave M
Martha Washington (
every Friday at Tice's.-
FOUR READY FORI
OPPONENTS AFTER WEEK OF
After a week of intensive work on
the links the golf team is ready to tee
off against Purdue at the Ann Arbor;
Golf club course at 9 o'clock ,tomor-
row. All four members of the team
that met Ohio State have been work-
ing hard to keep their places 'on the
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ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
YOU LIKE to know how
money you can make this
r? I had fifty students from
bor out during spring \vaca-
d their commissions ran all
y from $40 to $112. Come in
>k over the reports and see
some of your friends have
Those that come in early
ve their choice of territory,
uests must be in by May 20th.
Leader, 232 Nickels' Arcade.
)ULD you like a selling pro-
4 which has its territory only
higan summer resorts? A
t, lucrative manner in which
d your vacation. No merch-
and deliver. If interested call
nel Hotel between hours of
M. and 6 P. M., Saturday.
J looking for a house for the
r? Private home, completely
ed for summer. Eight rooms
eeping porch, near Cedar
Ruggles and Rye Beach.
ful bathing beach. Reason-
Address Box 27, Huron, Ohio.
!OW! Investigate the new
tion of the Fuller Brush Co.
are compelled to pay all next
expenses by this summer's
Phone 2849-R. 301 First
31 Bank Bld. From 2-5 and
'RIPTS accurately typewrit-
experienced typist. Biddle's
tore, 11 Nickel's Arcade.
CLASS typing done. Call
, mornings. 161-2
)-University student desires
t large furnished rooming
Best of references. Address
rst National Bank Bldg., De-
)-To insure your Fountain
ainst loss. We emboss your
on it in gold leaf. Rider's
lops. Pen Specialists, 214
s Arcade. 152-21
LOST - Ticket for Architects May
Party. If found please return to
Frank Andrus, '22A. Reward.
LOST-Manuscript 'entitled "Damus
ka"; possibly left in Upjer study
ball of LibPar:. P.1ase phone
LOST-Bunch of keys, Tnesday even-
Iig, pjobaoly on :3.ate or Th iyer.
Finder call 519-J.. 161-2
LOST-Small leather change purse
on or near campus, Thursday
morning. Call 141. Reward. 161
REWARD for return of K. N. diamond
shaped fraternity pin. Call '151-W.
FOR SALE-Brunswick Records; we
receive all new Brunswick Records
-released aznd offer them for sale on
time each month. Fraternity and
house club charge accounts solicit-
ed. The Stofflet Pbono Shop, 110 E.
Washington St. - 159-5
FOR SALE- Three Festival Course
tickets. First balcony, fifth row,
centex. Call 1034-R. 161-2
FOR SALE-Iver Johnson bicycle in
A-1 condition. 418 E. Washington
St. 2172-M. 161-3
FOR SALE-B Flat Saxaphone. Nickel
finish. Call 701 North Fourth Ave.
FOR SALE--Do you want a good mot-
orcycle? Call 783. 161
FOR RENT - Furnished apartment.
Three rooms. Kitchenette, bath.
July 1st to September 1st. Call 397.
FOR RENT-Furnished 6 room house
for Summer Session, near campus.
508 Walnut St. Phone 1879-R. 160-21
FOR RENT - Furnished house for
about 25 students. Call Mrs. Smith,
FOR REONT - For sumner months
Furnished house. 522 817Hn St. Cali
FOUND--A Fountain Pen which holds
Every man and young man in the crowd
can be, fitted
perfectly in a suit of
Ta, r' sshortstout and slenderme all < Fpo
vided for the man variations of the rine
basic mod~eLnwhich the se clothes arehow
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