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THE MTCHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JTANUARY 7, 11
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uriard Reorganizes Rifle Team /
,rvard has a new rifle range for
>r work, and is reorganizing her
team. The new range is the reg-
on 50-foot length, with four butts
hieh the targets are operated by
r power. Because of the excel-
facilities for practice offered this
for the first time, a record squad
:pected to turn out.

COACH FISHER GIVES
OUT BASEBALL PLANS
SIXTY MEN MEET WITH VARSITY
MENTOR TO TALK DIAMOND
PROSPECTS
More than 60 men turned out for
the first baseball meeting of the year
held Thursday night at the Union.
The meeting was in charge of Coach
Ray Fisher.
20 Game Schedule
Coach Fisher told the men his plans
for the coming season and what they
were up against, saying that to stand
any chance this year in baseball they

must win at least 18 out of the 20
scheduled games. Fisher urged the
men to keep eligible as he did not want
the squad hampered by the inability
of any men to play.
Fisher then called for a few re-
marks from Coach Yost who em-
phasized the point of keeping eligible.
He told the men that this was the
best way to help the team at this time
of the year.
First Call Feb. 10
The first call for the 1922 baseball
season will be made on Feb. 10, al-
though Coach Fisher plans to have
some of his battery men out as soon
as they finish their semester exam-
inations. All battery men will report
on the 10th and 10 days later the call
will be sent out for the entire squad
to report for inside practice.

Georg E . Mile
PATIO PHYSICIAN
ours daily by appoint.
It Telephone 2529
Over Arcade Theatre
X. University Ave.

Intramural Items
All entries for interclass and inter-
fraternity hockey must be handed in
to Coach Mitchell by Saturday noon,
as the tourney will probably start next
week.
Results in the interfraternity bask-
etball league are as follows: Zeta Psi
defeated Alpha Chi Rho by default,
Kappa Nu defeated Chi Phi 11 to 6,
Psi Upsilon defeated Phi Sigma Kap-
pa 13 to 10, Sigma Chi defeated Delta
Sigma Phi 30 to 12, Acacia defeated
Zeta Beta Taui 17 to 7, Delta Chi de-
feated Alpha Delta Phi 19 to 11, Delta
Kappa Epsilon defeated Zeta Beta Pi
22 to 8, Hermitage defeated Beta Phi
Delta 16 to 9, Phi Mu Alpha defeated
Theta Xi 11 to 9, Alpha Delta Phi de-
feated Zeta Beta Tau 9 to 6.
DA NCE
Every Tuesday and Saturday
Night, Woodman Hall, Cor. Main
and Washington. Music by the
University Syncopated Novelties

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WOLVERINE SWIMMERS ANGLING 'FOR
iMEETS WIHESRNUNIVERSITIES

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Meet me at the Fountain.
Since the days of "Joes
and the Orient"
About the most popular
place in Ann Arbor to get
a cool drink or a light
I lunch.

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Scheduling of Syracuse and Pitt Will
Give Michigan Extra Hlard
Schedule
MORE TANK MEN NEEDED FOR
SQUAD TO DEVELOP WINNERS
With the first meet of the swimming
schedule hardly more than a month
distant, the informal swimming team
will start work in earnest next week.
Practice this week has been held up
owing to the fact that the pool at the
Y. M. C. A. is closed. On Monday,
however, real work will commence un-
der the leadership of Captain Bab-
cock.
.. A. C. First Opponent
Michigan Agricultural college will
furnish the first opposition on Feb.
18 the Wolverine splashers journey-
ing to Lansing for their initial ap-
pearance. Cleveland Central Y. M. C.
A., North Central A. A. U. champions,
will be hosts to the Maize and Blue
on Feb. 25, and arrangements may be
made whereby Erie Y. M. C. A. will
be visited on the day preceding. The
two latter teams appeared on the
Michigan schedule last year, Cleveland
winning 39 to 29, anq Erie's crack
aggregation tieing, the Wolverines, 34
all.
The meet with Syracuse, originally
slated for Feb. 10, has been cancelled
for' that date, but it is the hope of
Intramural Manager Elliott that the
Orangemen may be secured for March
2; a date which they had previously
requested. Attempts are also being
made to card the University of Pitts1
burgh for a meet later in March. The1
Smoky City team had been definitely
scheduled to meet the Wolverines at

Pittsburgh on Feb. 24, but the naming
of that day as the date for the Pitts-
burgh junior prom caused the Penn-
sylvanians to, request cancellation of
the meet.
Should Syracuse and Pittsburgh
both be scheduled the season is sure
to be the toughest yet faced by the
Wolverine tank squad. Both of the
Eastern aggregations are of the
strongest, and it will take a team of
remarkable power to down them. That
Michigan, .without a coach and with
poor facilities for pratcice, may be
able to turn out a team that can swim
to victory over these two excellent
squads. is hardly more than a hope,
but could the meets be held, win or
lose, swimming at Michigan mould be
accorded a big boost.
Need More Men
There is plenty of room for candi
dates, with or without experience.
Many good men are known to be on
the campus who haveunot previously
found time to turn out for practice,
and it is hoped that these men will
put in an appearance at the at the
earliest possible opportunity. Prac-
tice is held daily at the Y. M. C. A.
pool and there is no charge made for
admission to team candidates.
SELLARS IS GIVEN LEAVE
OF ABSENCE BY REGENTS
Prof. Roy W. Sellars of the phil-
osophy department, was granted a
leave of absence for the second sem-
ester of the current school year and
the first semester of the next at the
[December meeting of the Board of
Regents. He will lecture at Brown
university next semester, and will go
to Europe next summer.

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Astonishing the city and startling the county for 10 -days only
Men's Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Boys Clothing at 50 and 75 cents on the $

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How do they do it? That's-the question people are asking. Here's the answer: We are not
engaging in business during this sale--we are engaging in battle. We are merchants no longer
--to see these'prices you might call us maniacs.
We promised you in our opening sale advertisement that this would be the greatest money say-
ing event ever seen in Ann Arbor-AND IT IS.

Don't stand idly by in face of these bargains.
save money.

Stock up for one year-two years-you'll

Door re-open again to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock,
Positively no goods sold to dealers at sale prices

MEN'S TROUSERS
Men's fine Casimeres and worsted trousers;
$5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 grades reduced to
f $3,85

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BOYS' SUITS
Our best grade of all wool and worsted boys'
suits, with two pair of pants. Regular $15.00 values
reduced.to

MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's fine percales and madras shirts. Regular
$2.00 values reduced to
$1,39
MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's fine dress shirts, best make and trim.
Regular $2.50 and $3.00 values reduced to
$1.98
GOLF HOSE
All our finest imported hose. Made by Me.
George in Scotland, at a fraction of their cost.
MEN'S HOSE
50 dozen men's hose, black and dark brown;
flne grade. Regular 25e and 35c values reduced to
19C

$9.60
MEN'S SHIRTS
Men's One percale dress shirts; regular $1.10
values reduced to
89C
MEN'S TROUSERS
Our finest grades best Casimeres and worsteds.
$7.00 and $8.00 trousers reduced to
$4.85
MEN'S NECKWEAR
Men's neckwear in regular 75c values. Allre-
duced to
59c
MEN'S SUITS
Very finegrades of suits and overcoats formerly
sold at$M $38 and $40; Kuppenheimer and other
good makes, all go at A
$21.95

MEN'S OVERCOATS
Men's overcoats,-latest style of Ulsterettes; $25
qualities in the latest shades of gray and brown;
reduced to
$A4.95
BOYS' SUITS
All our large assortment of two pant, all wool
boys' suits, formerly sold at $10.0 reduced to
$1.95
MEN'S TROUSERS
Men's wool custom trousers. .Nicely tailored.
Regular $4.00 and $4.50 trousers reduced to
$2.98
WOOL HOSE
All our regular $1.00 quality of imported wool
hose reduced to
79c

MEN'S HOSE
Men's hese, Heleproof and ethers. ,Regular 40e
values reduced to
REDUCED TO 27c
MEN'S SUITS
One lot of men's suits In worsteds and Casi.
meres, formerly sold at $25.00, reduced to
$14.80

BOYS' SUITS
One lot of boys' suits in new patterns, latest
style, formerly sold at $8.50 and $9.00, reduced to
$655

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BOYS' MACKINAWS
Boys' all wool Mackinaws made by Gordon Fer.
son. Natonally known for fine quality. Regular
.00 and $10.00 values reduced to
$6.40 AND $1.90

MEN'S NECKWEAR
All men's regular $1.00 neckwear in this sale.
Redueed to
MEN'S SUITS
One lot of men's wool suits (broken lots) for.
merly sold at $20.00, reduced to
$10.45

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