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January 11, 1922 - Image 4

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"THE MTCHIGAN D ILY

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MANAGERIALTRYOUTS
NOTICE
A call for tryouts for assistant
intramural manager has been is-
sued. Sophomores desiring to try
out report to W. F. Elliott, daily
between"2:30 and 4:30 o'clock at
the Intramural office, room 3,
Press building.

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'ENSIAN PHOTOS

Group photographs of campus
organizations and classes for the
1922 Michiganensian must be
taken during the month of Jan-
nary. Sittings should be ar-
ranged at once.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv

ATlONIL INTROLGAETRACK
MEET MSAY BE HELD AT FERRY FIELD

loremans And Cochran Ready for
billiard Hatches 'At Union Today

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SPECA
All the newest stripes. Usual
price, $1.50 and $2.00. Fdch

TIES

MIchigan Bids for Event Usually Held
at Pensylvanua or Harvard;
Decision March 4
I. C. A. A. A. A. TO CONSIDER
INVITATION AND AMENDMENTS
Expansion of the Intercollegiate As-
sociation of Amateur Athletes of
America into a nation-wide organiza-
tion and the staging of championship
events in sections of the country other
Cutting Cafe
Announce a reduction
in prices

95c.

than the East appear to be likely de-
velopments at the annual meeting in
New York March 4.
To Consider Amendments
Proposed amendments to the con- j
stitution and statements made at the
joint meeting of the executive and ad-
visory committees in New York last
week are said to indicate a broadening
of the scope of the oldest collegiate
-port governing body of America.
One of the most important amend-
ments would provide that a college
holding membership in the I. C. A. A.
A. A. would not be dropped in case it
were not represented in the titular
track and cross country champion-
ships at least once in two consecutive
years.,
This, it is explained, would open the
way for permanent membership for
such institutions as California and Le-
land Stanford, on the Pacific coast,
and Michigan in the Middle West,,
which have competed in the past, as
well as other leading universities of
the country with standard university
eligibility rules.
Adoption of the amendments thati
the 1922 championship games be heldl
in the Middle West is not unlikely. It
is rumored in the East that the firstr
step in this direction will be made inl
the presentation of an invitation from
the University of Michigan to staget
the titular meet at Ann Arbor next
May or not later than 1923. Nominally

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2 meals for
3 meals for

$6.00
$7.00

211 N. University

EDOUARD HOREMANS, BILLIARD CHAMPION OF EUROPE

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Today at 3:15 and at 8 o'clock.
in the upstairs reading room of the
Union, Edouard Horemans, champion
of Europe, and Welker Cochran, the
American star, will play 800 points of
1t8.2 balkline billiards in two blocks of
400 each. Never before has the Union
offered such a treat to billiard fans
of the University.

Thousands of Dollars' Worth. of Suits,
Overcoats and Furnishings fake This

The Most Sensational

the games would have gone to Penn-
sylvania but last year the games were
won by California in the meet at the
(Continued on Page Eight)
( NOTICE, FOOTBALL MEN
There will be a meeting of all
( candidates for the 1922 football I
team tonight at the Union. Coach I
Yost wishes to see all men in- I
terested promptly at 7:15 o'clock. I

iifferent S yle of Play
Exhibitions have been frequent since,
the opening of the new room, but this
is the first actual match to be played
in Ann Arbor by players of the calibre
of these men. Both are of about the
same rank though their respective
styles of play differ radically. Coch-
ran is the spectacular player; making
open table shots with the safe ease
he makes a short carom. Horemans
on the other hand excells in the nurse,
especially in the center of the table
where by skillful application of his

ability at the masse he is able to
make great runs without either ball
moving more than a few inches. He
is the unquestioned master of the
masse, using his style of play at times
when it almost seems unnecessary,
solely because better position will re-
sult from its use.
Cochran Holds Official Record
Cochran, it will be remembered, was
the player who on Nov. 17 last, in
Chicago, broke the world's record for
,.he high run in tournament competi-
pion by clicking off 384 consecutive bil-
iards. He is no stranger to local en-
chuiasts having piayed at the Union
against Al Taylor who was last year's
Ly to make the most difficult and im-
(Continued on Page Eight)

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Clothing

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OPENING OF OUR
INDOOR

NOTICE TO FRATERNITIES
All fraternities who do not
want to run the same house pic-
tuer in the 1932 Michiganensian
that they ran last year must get
a new picture into the Michigan-
ensian office by the ends, of this
week, Friday, Jan. 13. All new
fraternities must also get the
picture of their house into the of-
fice by the above date. No ex-
tension of time will be made.
This notice is final.

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Ever Witnessed in Ann Arbor

Each day makes more appar-
ent the drastic sacrifices on

Slashed

prwies

hold

sway

GoltrSchool
Teaching correct Grips, Stances

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throughout the s t o r e, and
will continue until the huge

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and

our entire stock of

men s

suits, overcoats and furnish-
ings. Nothing is being with-
held in this greatest and most
sensational of all clearances
ever seen in.Ann Arbor.

excess

stocks

we are car-

Swings which are best adaptable to the
individual physique.

3 $

rying are unoaded. There s
not a thought of price or prof-
it, not a regard for the tre-
mendous losses we are suffer-

Advanced players

can benefit by in-

vestigating our

corrective method of

eliminating the slice and pull.

ing.

SCHOOL IN
SON, A

CHARGE OF ANDREW ROBERT-
PROFESSIONAL OF 20 YEARS
EXERIENCE

CANDY
s Largest and freshest as-
Ssortment of popular sell-'
ing bar and Package candy
Quick service. everybody
# likes good candy and few
like to wait.
-
"e try o cr~a ou rch-e
~ P~-e7' ___as

Compare These Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suit and O'coat Values With Any Others
Other Fine Nakes, too, are included

SixLessons..... ..
Single Lessons, each .. ...

.... $8.00
....$1.50

Suits regularly
marked $25 ..........
Suits marked
$30 to $35.......
$40 to $45 Suit
values ............
$47.50, $50 and $55
Suits.............
All, superb $60
Suits .............

$16.50
$24.50
$32.50
$35.50
$45.00

All Overcoats
worth $30 to $35.
$37.50 to $40 Over-
coat values .........
Overcoats that
were $40to$45.......
$47.50, $50 and $55
Overcoats ...........
$60, $70 and $75
Overcoats ...........

$23.50,
$29.50
$34.50
$39.50
$55.50

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Would

You

Have

Wealth ?

THERE WILL BE LOTS OF WEALTHY MEN TEN YEARS

The Reductions on Men's Furnishings Are the
Most Severe in the History of This, 4tore

FROM NOW.

WILL YOU BE ONE OF THEM?

THE BEST WAY TO ASSURE YOURSELF OF SUCCESS IS

TO BEGIN TODAY

BY INVESTING IN

THOSE THINGS

WHICH

LEAD TO SUCCESS.

THE BEST INVESTMENT

Hurry to the Clearance!

Share in the Values!

YOU CAN MAKE IS IN A BANK ACCOUNT.

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- START ONE TODAY AT----

Reule Conlin Fiegel Co.
Plain Street at Washington

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
RESOURCES OVER $5,000,000.00

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