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*THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRESH TRACK AND DIAMOND, MEN REWARDED

23 YEARLINGS GET BASEBALL
NUMERALS; 25 RECEIVE
TRACK AWARDS
Michigan's freshx~iau track squad
closed its year of noteworthy per-
formances Thursday with a light
workout. This year's yearling squad
has been one of the best that has
ever appeared on Ferry field. Not
only does it contain men sure to star
individually but it has enough good
men to place in second and third plac-
es. Coach Hahn has worked hard
and diligently to polish off the rough
edges of the men in order that Steve
Farrell may have material for next
year's Varsity squad that will insure
him of an excellent team.
Of, the individuals whose perform-
ances have been especially noticeable,
Hubbard probably stands foremost.
This versatile athlete has occasioned

hih distance in less than two minutes
and his time for the last telegraphic
meet with the Illini freshmen w~as
1:59.
Numerals have been awarded to 25
men this year. Following are those
who receive the awards : Reinke, Hub-
bard, Isbell, Brooker, Hindesj Pros-
ser, Marsh, Hulse, Roesser, Wittman,
Nufer, Go wan, Moore, Jones, Amstutz,
Shenefield, Nicholson, Higgins, Barth,
Gunn, Davis, Zimmerman, Aldrich,l
Goodspeed, Gibson.
Following the last practice of the
year, E. J. Mathes, coach of the All-'
fresh baseball squad, announced the
names of 23 members of the squad who
are to receive yearling numerals. All
of the men who won numerals are
asked to report at the athletic office at
their earliest convenience to be meas-
ured for jerseys.
-The men who will receive numerals
and jerseys are: R. E. Cody, T. D.
Hammond, J. Benson, A. F. Harkness,
G. D. Mortensen, J. J. Harrison, J.
T. Hopkins, F. B. Case, J. Harkness,
E. B. Bachman, F. D. Taylor, L. W.
Coleman, E. L. Leopold, A. Harryman,
C. A. Seeley, J. M. Keefer, W. B. Giles,
W S. Oliver, F. H. Daniels, G. C. Weit-
Wel,* George Haggerty, 3. W. Rimbach,
and J. Hanna.-
Watch Greater Michigan with The
Summer Michigan Daily.-.-Adv."

J CROSS COUNTRY NOTICE
All freshman milers and two
milers who intend to run cross
country next year will report to
thd Ferry field club house be-
tween 3 and 5 o'clock- any day
I next week to be measured forJ
cross country shoes.J
The following named men
should also report: Rearick, J
JArndt, Prophet, Van de Visse,
ICochran, Dunklin, H. L. Davis,
Everett, Bowen, Polhamus, Kry-
sinski, and any others. who
Sws to try out.
S. J. FARRELL. J

Your name embossed free of charge
on Fountain Pens purchased at 0.
D. Morrill's, 17 Nickels' Arcade.-Adv.
Typewriting and Mimeographing
promptly and neatly done. 0. D. Mor-
rills', 17 Nickels' Arvade.-Adv.
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory,
shoes tailor made to suit your indi-
vidual taste. Sport shoes our special-
ty.. Bring your repairs to th~ place
where shoes are made. 634 Forest
Avenue.--Adv.
We buy used typewriters of the bet-
te~r makes. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels'1
Arcade.-Adv.0

Conklin, Waterman, Sheaffer and The smallest Dunn pen holds as
well known makes of Fountain Pens much ink as the largest self filler,
at 0. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickels' Arcade. priced $2.75 up. 0. D. Morrill, dealer,
--Adv. 117 Nickels' Arcade..-Adv.

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considerable comment and his oppor-
tunity to justify this comment, un-
der collegiate competition, is anxious-
ly looked forward to. He has done
the 100 yard dash in 10 fiat and is
bound to improve. His time for Loth
hurdle events are highly satisfying,
and his distance in the broad jump
is unusual.
Among the other men who have
proved capable of approaching Var-
sity marks are Brooker, Reinke, Witt-.
man, Isbell, Amstutz, Shenefield,
Prosser, Hindes, Davis, and Roesser.
These men have performed consist-
ently all year both indoors and out.
Brook~er has vaulted more than 12
feet and gives promise, of becoming a
record beater.
Reinke, the lanky half-miler, cap,

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A Valsparred floor is always prepared for those little
accidents that happen in the best regulated house-
holds. Valspar is accident proof.
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The Varnish That Won't Turn White
For the floors in every room where a beautiful, easy-
to-clean suprface is desired-for doors, door sills, win-
dow sashes, stairs; for all those places that meet with
the hardest kind of wear and exposure-in fact, where-
ever a durable, waterproof varnish. is required, Val-
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Comfort Adroitly Attained
in Bathing Togs

With not a whit of smartness sacrificed

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PHONE 1610 310 SOUTH STATE ST.

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greatest enjoyment of all summer! Real sport it his,
whether in river, in pool, whether diving or riding the
surf. And the proper bathing garments give you dou-
ble the, pleasure.
A Jantzen is the suit you'll want, for its elastic stitch
gives with every movement of the body. Fits perfect-
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Bathing Caps, 30e to
$2.
Diving Caps, $1.26.
Silk Bathing Ban-
danas, $1.25.

Special Week-end Country Club Brick. This
delicious combination will be on sale
Saturday, at 60c per quart.

Bathing Shoes, 60c
to $2.50.
Rlubber-lned Bath-
ing Suit Bags,
$2.50.
Wicker Bathing Sult
Cases, $1.501.
Silk Stockings, $1.75.

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