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iarties will be given Sat-
on for the benefit of the
rue. Pi Beta Phi soror-
rtain from 2:30 to 5:50
irvations may be made by
before noon Thursdal.
ts will be sold at 50 cents
tire tables will cost $2.
and five hundred will be

?nother party will be given at the'
llegiate Sorosis house from 2;30 to
0 o'clock. Tables may be reserved
calling 251 at 75 cents a person.
a will be served.
RLS' GLEE CLUB PRAISED
FOR CONCERT IN JACKSON
Enthusiastic praise was 'elicited by
concert given Jan. 24, at Jackson
the University Girls' Glee club un-
the direction of Miss Nora C.
nt. The concert was given under
auspices of the Woman's club.
k grpup of college songs, in which'
Glee club was assisted 1 by the
1s' Mandolin club, was especially
11 received. The soloists, Miss
nt, Miss Marion Struble and Murza
nn, '22, were mentioned by the Jack-
i Citizen P atriot as having given a

The members of the Glee club were
entertained for dinner at the homes of
the Woman's club, members.
Mrs. Asquith to Lecture in Detroit
Mrs. Margot Asquith, wife of the
former British minister, will give a
lecture on Thursday evening, Feb. 16,
at Orchestra)iall in Detroit;concerning
"People, Politics and Events." Mrs.
Asquith will have much to say about
"The Souls," an informal organization
which existed at one time at New-
market-
TRYOUTS NOTICE -
Tryouts for baseball manager
report at Waterman gymnasium
at 12':45 o'clock today.
H. WILSON, Manager.
BASEBALL NOTICE
All infield and outfield candi-
dates report at Waterman gym- :Y
nasium today at 1 o'clock. Bat-
tery mien are now practicing.
RAY FISHER.

A GOOD
~VESTMENT

BUY

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O V E R C O A T

Ii r s t.Summons
Coach Fisher's initial call for all
baseball candidates has received a
hearty response although the battery
men who. have been working out fo
some time still predominate. n all
more than 30 battery men have re-
ported to the Varsity mentor and are
limbering -up slowly in order that
there will be no lame arms when
the team is ready' for its Southern
jaunt April 7. All three of last year's
veterans, Dixon, Liverance and Shulz
have reported and are getting the
kinks out of their trusty wings. Dick
Shultz is the lst of the" veteran
twirlers to report for duty and with
"Chubby" Coates on the receiving end
Dick spent a large part of the after-
noon yesterday trying his arm out.
Shultz looks fit to step in to a game
right now as he was sending the ball
across the middle of the plate with
surprising regularity. None of the
moundamen cut loose with any of
their ┬░foolers as Coach Fisher has or-
dered them to start slowly and the
nothing but straight balls until their
arms become conditioned for more
strenuous work.
Several southpaws have shown up
and if these men come up to expecta-
tions Michiganshould have a well
rounded out staff of moundsmen this
year. Smith is one of the lefthanders
who has reported up to the present
time. Smith is a transfer from the
University of California, where-he
earned a place on the Bruin Varsity
when a sophomore, two ears ago.
Smith was unable to compete In Var-
sity athletics here last year due to the
one year residence ruling but now
has all ineligibility bars ilihe.d from
him.
Sackieford Reports
kJohnny Shackleford, first baseman
of lat year's Varsity, was out yester-
day giving the infield candidates prac-
tice in chasing bounders on the gym-
nasium floor. "Shack" was one of the
-most feared batters in the Conference
last year and sent more than one
Aprosing pitcher to the showers by
his smashing line drives, which were
usually good for etra bases. Jimmie
Johnson, left anded first sacker who
took part in a number of Varsity
games, has not reported up to date
but will probably be out to give Shac-
keford a fight, for his job soon.
Several vaant Positions
Coach Fisher has some big gaps to
fill in his machine left by the gradu-
ation of Jack Perrin, Pete VandBoven
and Genebaeh. The absence of these
four men will be keenly felt by the
infield and the outfield which will
each have two vacancies left by their
graduation. A number of promising
men have been recruited from last
year's freshman team who will be a
big aid to Coach Fisher when he re-
constructs his team, although it is yet
too early to make an estimate .of their
abilities. Doug Roby, a catcher and
batter of no mean ability, can play the
outfield and with Captain Vick be-
hind the bat it would not be surpris-
ing to see Roby used as analternate
catcher and outfielder. Few of the in-
fielders and outfielders have as yet
turned out but are expected in a few
days, when Coach Fisher will be able
to make a more accurate estimate of
the strength of his squad.
Intramural Items
p Entries for class and ndependent
basketball leagues will close at 5
o'clock Friday,'Feb. 17. Tshere is no
limit to the number of teams which
may be entered from any class, but
players cannot be interchanged among
teams. Likewise anyone may enter a
team in the independent league, with
the understanding that all players are
to be non-fraternity men and that

there will be no interchange of play-
ers. Eligibility lists of ten players
should be turned in, and after the sea-
son starts a team will be unable to go
outside this list to recruit.

Loose leaf note books-"The Stand- Loose leaf note books-"The Stand-
ard" at Wahr's University Bookstore. ard" at Wahr's University Bookstore.
-Adv.--Adv.
Drawing Instruments-Bargains in Drawing Instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets. Wahr's University second hand sets. Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv. Bookstore.-Adv.

In fairness to yourself
you. should. at least,- try
the Arcade Cafeteria!

TILIPHOUt 214 F.

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WANTED-To buy canoe or partner-
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LOST- On February 2nd in Natural
Science or Physics building or be-
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Practice periods for the fraternities
who .are entered in the elimination
contest are: On Wednesday night at
7 o'clock, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Phi Mu
Alpha, Phi Chi, Hermitage. At 9:30
olock, Delta Sigma Delta, Phylon,
Xi Psi Phi, Delta Sigs. The series
will start Thursday, Feb. 16.
Society clubs' practice period will
be held at 6:15 o'clock tomorrow,i on
court'one, Detroiters, Deiig, manager;
on court two, Architectural society,
Klein, manager; on court three, Skull
ahd Bones, Campbell, manager.
,Basketball schedule for Thursday,
Feb. 16, is as follows: At 7 o'clock,
on court one, Sigma Chi vs. Xi Psi Phi;
on court two, Alpha Kappa Kappa vs.
Phi Sigma Delta; on court three,. Del-
ta Kappa Epsilon vs. Delta Sig; on
court four, Sinfonia vs. Lambda Chi
Alpha. At 9:30, on court one, Sigma
Nu vs. Hermitage; on court two, Phy-
lon vs Acacia; on court three, Delta
Sigma Delta vs. Phi Chi; on court
four, Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Psi Up-
silon. Referees: At 7 o'clock, court
one, R. W. Smith; court two. R. U.
Cooper; court three, W. Wilson; court
four, A. Kerley; at 9:30 o'clock, court
one, R. W. Smith; court two, W. Wil-
son; court three, A. P. Ohlmacher;
court four, Shoesmith.

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