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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

~FB~PI~PBE [ i itramural Items
liflll NPA4T (Continued tfoin Page. Six)
SNOW TIIU$SDAY NS. fourth anyl fifth places respe'ctively.

COACII StWLIVM{ SENDS ME
THIROUG4H 'PRACTICE$
BOTS DAILY
With 'the" Boxing, show schedules,
for 8 oclock Thursday nigh2t at Water-
man gymnasium, Coach Sullivan's
mitt artists are speedily rounding in-
to perfect-condition.
McLean, eastern intercollegiatei
lightweight 'champion,_ has been
matched with Shorty Reams, Detroit
Junior college lightweight champion,
in one of the feature bouts of the tiv-
ening.
Wolonitz and MVekechnie are both,
prepared for their battle, which :prom-
ises to bristle- with; action from start
to finish. The formner packs a power-
ful punch, while' the latter seems tc
be getting faster every tday.1
Rluhl and Conley, 160 pounders, put t
up a hard fight. in a practice, bout in !
the boxing, room yesterday. Ruhl is]I
improving rapidlyF and might sur-
prise Conley on the night of the show.
Hays and Young.. both clever ban- I
tamweights, promise to matte the fur
fly in their bout. Young is showing
rema:rkable improvrement over his ear-,!
ly form. Several other bouts are list-e nt e c ubinig tettl o
actual fighting to 21, round s.
Tickets may be' obtained froi p m-l
bers of-the club or at any. of tf e cam-u okt r ag ted nc
at this show, wgill help boost boxingE
as a sport at Michigan.
Cabottsend Hnbcr attend=-41edica l Meet

Beta Th 1eta Pi has entered strong
teamns in every sport so far. Delta
Tau Epsilon has been picking up from
1the start and is dloped to" finish in a
higher position than they now occu-
py.
The standing of the first 10 teawne
and their respective points is as fol-
lows: Beta Tpheta Pi, .271; N\u Sigmia
Nu, 249; Phi Sigma Delta, 244,1; Ka ppq1
Nu, 230; Delta Tan Epsilon, 225; Phi
Sigma. Kappa, 214; Acacia, 200; .Phi
Gamma Delta, 200; Delta Clii, 187;
Cygnus, 183.
Tonight's wrestling schedule is ao
follows: 7, oclock, Phi Sigma Ka pa
vs. Nu Sigma Num; 7 :30 o'clock, Pi
Beta Delta vs. Delta Tau Upsilon;
o'clock, Delta Tau Delta vs. tea to
! be selected and notified fromi the in-
tramural office.
The following Ihandball teamns mus,:
play their matches and turn in th i
scores by 5 o'clock tomorrow: Car-
rett & Abrams, 1057, vs. Klein & Frona-
zak, 1366; Michaud & Hoffman, 3104,
vs. Rice & Sneil, 271; Bla~uneir & Se-
gall, 751-W, vs. Rockwell &r Sar na-
chia, 669; Shawaker &c~ Carroll, 746-
R, vs. Shopen & Stone, 1505; B~oy er-
& Flynn, 39 f; vs. IHeilbrunn & Lane; -
l ois, 1485-University exchange.
:entries for fraternity hand ball ar~
due and must be sent into Vic Intra.-r
Imural offi.ce within the next few daysr.
Officials in charge of fraternity at i

or may be secured at the Intramural ond, third and fourth places. ]Poor o.1
office. !Kansas took, first place with 6 feet
1 inch, andisowatreweaktntethits
3All-camrpuis and fraternity indoor l1lninch. Iointreingktontethist 'A,4I
track mneets will be. held as soon as! event and it will be here that Michi-
,ill pending athletic events are clear- gan will be able to garner many valui-R
ed up and it is imperative that fra-f able points in the Ind or Conference.
torn iticos andl all men interested in ; McEllven and Smith af'e consistent six
the independent meet send in their; foot high ;jumpers and, as all Confer- leolsso
entries within the n~ext few dlays. No; once schools were entered at the car-'~ ls~i
(leadi line has been set for these en- nival it is likely that they will place 1866; the first
tries as yet. high in this event. 12 easr later
- ( ~Hindes found trouble in the shot......i .. il

f )Otall ame n 18 89
Iw;h the first racand
nthne same year, 1893;1 21 5 E. HURON
}aketball game in 1909.' u =s 9 ssa 0p qp
Varsity comipetition in
~I again until 1917.+__

IIGAN

SAM

FITTING
PHONE 214-Fl

ILLINOISRELY IFET
(C utiniued from Page Six)
excellent condition, to run. His time:
'was 2 minutes 19 4-5 seconds1. Hatten-
dorf's performlance in talking fourth 1
j311 (' in thiis race after runing ba
(treuous race in the two mile relay,
markis himu as a corner in the 8Q00.1
L(In k o with two meets past and two
new records is "batting 1,,004 per
cenit".
HIubbard shined in his best event
th<e broad jur~mp, with ,a leap of 23 feet
11 inches. This leap combined withj
two, seconds won in the hurdies plac-
e'i him as high man in the carnival.l
But the most interesting part of Hub-
ba rd'~ performance last Saturday was
a leap he ma~1e in the broad jump of
25 foot 4 1-2 inches bn his first trial.
'hs!,_re was only one thing that pre-
\diltOed him fromn hanging up a world
:.marlk andl that was that he stepped
over the take off and the jump wac
cuinted as a foul. The measurement
wras made from where the point of
his toe left the ground so that he
made an actual, leap -of this distance
With t, leap of this calibre to his cred-
it Hubbard can and will no doubt beat

put as he did not come within threc
feet of his usual distance. lIe is,
green at Conference comlpetitipn -,n(]l
should improve with every future
meet. It is interesting that there
were no other Conference shot put-,
ter-s that placed= except Van Orden.t
W itinan Ii4 tl>oixats;
Wittman was up among thema in the'
75 yard dash as far as the 50 yard
Smark but fell out on the longer di.-
tai.ce. He was handicapped as hie has;
not had a chance to p~ractice ?,1i
longer distance duec to the shorLnes' >
of Waterman gymnasium., In tijc.
coming Indoor Conference he will on-
ly have to run 50 yards.
The one mile team was hopelessly
defeated by Iowa. In Wilson and
Brookins, Iowa has winners who will
give. Martin plenty of competition in:
the 440 in the coming Big Ten meet
Illinois took third in this race. Ilii- I
nois also took first in the four tilerly
rely. pons'fo hmetwr
as follows; Michigan 33 _2-5, Illinois
25, Iowa 16, Chicago 11,, Kansas 11
Notre Dame 9, Nebraska. 8, Wisconsin
7 2-5; Ames 5 and Purdue 2 1-5. Michi-
gan got 23 2-5 points in the special
events and 4 in the relays, Illinois got'
18 in the special events and 7 in the,
relays, and Iowa got 10 points in the
special events and 6 in the relays.

anual the first bt
There was no
te ilatter -Mort

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'Ypsilanti Normal school has played
Alichigan three timges in footbal, In
'96 the score was Michigan 18, Ypsi-
lanti 0; in '97 the score was 24-0 andO
in '98, 21-0.
T 'wo Iiites 01111.ted
CadeLt. CL .AlfredI1. Rob1inis, '28,3.
anrd Cadlet Capt)i. Kingsley S. Anderson,
'2N, w'e ~ueigthe ten inen recent-
ly imttda charter m embers of
Co. F, /ili regiment, of Scabbard and
Blade:, national honorary military
fra tern ity.
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Dean Hugh, Cabot and Prof. G. Carl letics are planning on holding a fra-
Huber, of the Medical school, are in ternity relay race between the two
Chicago today 'representing the Uni- fastest house teams on the cal'i1u1s ill
versity at the anneal. meeting of the conj;unction with the Mtich gan-Cor-
council on education of the American+ nell track meet, March 24. Entries
Medical association. They are expect-I will close at 5 o'clock, March 12, and
ed -to return to Ann Arbor tomorro.f a silver loving cupl will be awarded tc
,.I the winner of the race. Further par-
When you have a want, always let j ticulars will be announced thr ough Ithe
a "Daily Classified Ad" satisfy it.- columns of the Daily at a later~ date
ITI AI.CADVERTrISINGAT3PM

the present world's record made by Bookstore Installs New Room
Gourdia of Harvard in this event. Pedestrains who went in front ct thec
-Irpcokler Jhoes Well Graham book store ?Monday weer obli"-.
13rooker pulled a surprise when he' ed to around a space which was rot zed
beat MeKewn of Kansas, State Nor- off in front of. that store. Excavations
Imal in the pole vault with a leap o9 are being made under the sidewalk
1 2 feet 3 1-2 inches. This is the best there for a new display room.
jump that Brooker has: ever mradle
and with another year of competition Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
b 1efore himr looks good for 13 feet. I
O rooker can beat Collins of I1linoin _____________________
who took second place at the carni-
val witha leap of 12 feet 6 inches ho
will gre atly help the Wolverine's CIEA; TNIG A '
chances in winthing the indoor Con- i -f.'" ;N
rence meet as Illinois will be one of
' Michigan's greatest rivals. if not the
greatest. lBrooker showed perfect form.bu th
and made a fair stab at 13 feet. Pros-I whenb:acked bythsevcol
.per also went well tieing for fourthentesrieh
place with a jump of 12 feet 3 inches.
zII just missed 12 feet 6 inches by a
small measure and will be able to
clear this hcighth in the near future.
Intehgjm clvn i iitll showed up well clearing the i b
fbar at 6 feet and tieing with Camp,- I
hell of Minnesota, Donahue of Wis-I Mastecr
cousin and Pence of Purdie for sec-
204 E. WASHINGTON
jIRigg,'s, "Depreciation of Public Uti~
ty Properties" received at Wahr's I
University Book store.-Adv. -°

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IVork. 17 blac zdegrees ani
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jto have 'it,
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Sebum is an oil. It forms at the
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the follicles and plugs them.
Germs by the millions breed in

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5007 Lake Park Ave., Chicago

W AN.DAILY
CIS Rtea.' Y v 'f toper *d a a< d'. lhMJa d ai , Mt.
~ uuphrfirst day, 2sc, IMai'mum gbdea tr, 2O.;. ThLree
eulis pswi'ward Peray 0 charged. White spw e t rod i' 9r at ratty
cd ftb w l*ablesC . Ch, arged only to kbw~e having phoneus.
I here Wwehve mtaper IbS, iioucontract, ),ald ito atvamc .

MAY

FESTIVAL

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Steam: Dye Works

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'lhe followings Box Replies aeat t BIfyu wantSSto ry tselnggame
DalyOfic:18, EP B;RHB,- spring vacation see 13. J. Leader.
FM, CS G, DLEBCS. ! 622 E. Liberty. Phone 32217J across
-from Speddings Studio. 109-50

Cleaning

PHONE 628

HI-LL AUDITORIUM
Ann Arb r-
iWEDNESDAY EVENING, May 16

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FOR R IENtT-

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RENT-Housekeeping rooms~

furnished; also sleeping rooms.
Large, pleasant, everything conven-
ient. 711 Haven Ave. 442 -W. 112-3

F'OR RENT-Suite and single room 2u .
Sprivate home. Instructor and wife1,!
1or upperclassmnn.preferred. Phonq
r5634.1I1-2
VO ET-1 on house, close to
Scampus; ..just the thing for board-I
ing house or tea rooms. Phone 416.
L 111-3
I 'OR RENT-Warm comfortable
rooms. Prices reasonable. Call.
2340-R. 628 Packard Ave. 112

11ISCELLANEOUS
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Five yearq
abroad. Studio 307 North Main.
Call 611-M. 111-21
FLINT STUDENTS-Heated sedan'
leaves Friday nights returning Sun-
day night. Railroad rates. Phone
M~44'. 97-21
FOUND--Bunch of keys in Waterman
Gymo. Saturday night. Call 2593-
R.11
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Alim Arbor Carpet Cleaning W orkrs.
76-2 1

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Commence-

ruent
Gifts

F'OR RENT-Rooms for- women, very
Scomfortable. 1358. Geddes_ Ave..
Phone 738-W. . 112-3
ORRENT-5 room, furnished apt.,
S1-2 block from canmpus: W. Robec.3
jPhone 3171-J. 11241
{ +ORH RENT-L arge front room to
couple or ladies. 33 E. Huron.
2895-M. 112-2
F OR RENT-An apartment, heated,1
private bath, immediate possession.
Call 579-J. 112-2
FOR RENT-Unfurnished four rooni1
flat. $25.00 per month. Phone
2163-M. 112
BOARD
FO R VARIETY AND QUALITY--go
to the Y.' W. C. A. Cafeteria. 112.
FOR SALE
F'OR SALE-52 acre farm 1 mile from.
-University, good 7 roomi house, fur-
nace, ,city water, new basement,j
barn.- Plenty fruit. Inq~uire JOHN!
W. HERRIT, South State St., Anil
Arbor, Mich. 107-b:
F~OR SALE- Double decl bed with,
-mattresses. Nearly new. Telephone
183-R. 123 N. Thayer St. 1124
COMPLETE SET of trap, drums. Good
condition. New side drum. $70.00)
Anderson, 396. 112-3

LOST
IWILL the party -who picked up thIi-
brown suit case on Monday bae-'
tween Washington and Hill Sts.~
please call Liebman, 2980-M. Ref
ward. 112-5t
LOST-Between 1016 E. Ann and Med-
ical School, pair of tortoise rimmed
glasses in leather cas{.. Owner
1016 E. Ann. 112
LOST-Sigma Alpha Iota pin. Name.
M. Trainer on back Finder call
1325. Reward. 112-2-
- SHOE FACTORY
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY. Bring your repairs where
shoes are made.. Crepe soles at-
tached to your shoes. $2.75. Biring
them in today. Made-to-measure
orders-one week service. Satis-
faction guaranteed or money re-
turned. 534 Forest Avenue. Call
j3043. 108-21
WANTED '
WANTED-6 to 10 room house with
good lots in good residence section
Will pay up to $22,000. Box G.R.E.
112-21i,
LARGE DOG HOUSE wanted. Ad-
dress Box 123456, Daily. 112-2 '

2. THUR<SDAY EV1,NlNG. May 17
HOLST EVENiNG

MISCELLANEOUS .PROQRAM
Benianilno Gigl1, Tenor, soloist.
The Chicago Symnphony Orchestra
The University Choral Union,-
Frederick Stock and Earl T. Aoore, Conductors

Mabelle Addison, Contralto, and
Erm, Rubenstein, Violinist, Soloists.
rThe (leago Symphonly O rebl ;c.~
The University Choral Unn
G~ustav Hfoist, F rederick Stock, and Earl V. Moore, Con-
ductors.

may seem far away. But
wise planning embraces
many choice opportunities
such as we are. offering

now.

IT 2RN
I- arm

You will not be disap-
pointed if you. profit by

Dur

SpringAarl

3. FRIDAY AFTERNOON.,M ay 1$
CHILDRENV'S. CONCERT.
Suzanine Keener, Soprano, and
Arthur Kiraft., Tenor, soloists..
Chorus of Seltool Children
GAeorge Oscar Bowen, Conductor-
4. FRIDAY EVENING, May 18
ARTIST PROGRAtM
IFlorence 3Mac~eth, Soprano, and-
Uiuiseppe Daise, IBaritone..
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Frederick Stock, Conductor
5. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, May1
SYMPHONY PROGR:AM
Ernest Selielliig, Pianist
The Chicago Sym~phony Orchestra
TheIUniversity. Choral Union
Frederick Stock, Conductor
6. SATURDAY EVENING, May 19
SAMSON AND DELILAH -SAINT-SAENS
Jeanne Gordon, Contralto -
Charles:T Marshiall, Tenor
Clarence Whitell, baritone
Henril Scott, Bass-Baritone
'The Chicago Symphony~ Orchestra
The University Choral Union
Frederick Stock, Conductor

Sp ecialion

all Ivory and

Leather Goods
SEE WINDOWS

Along with the fine Spring days comes the desire on the

part of young men to dress up and look their best.
utmost in style, quality and price is obtained: in

The

P~OTATOES, choice sand; grown, 65-
cents bushel delivered. Phone
544-R. 110-3
FOR SALE-One coupon f'or May
Festival. Call 1471-J. 112-2
BAGGAGE
PARCEL DELIVERY, BAGGAGE,
MESSENGER SERVICE. PHONE
958. -110-50

TYPE WRITING
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTI
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLE'S BOOK STORE, 11 Nickell
Arcade. 111-50
TYPEWRITING wanted. Theses,
notes, any work. 12 CENTS a page.
Phone 2275-W. 81-21
DRESSMAKING

G. Claude Drake's
Drug and Prescription
Store
Corner South State an~d
North University

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fit Form Clothes

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New goods are arriving daily and we will be glad to
have you look them over.
Come down in the mornings when possible.

Phone 308

Course tickets may be ordered by mail. The Orders will be filled
in the order of-receipt and tickets will be mailed out about April 1, by
odrinary mail at purchasers' risk unless accompanied by 10 cents
additional for registration.
BLOC K "A" . emaining seats in, the three center -sections on
the Main Floor, and in the first ten rows, of the first balcony, $7.00 each.
BLOCK "B". Remaining seats in the two side sections. on the
-Main Floor, and in the last five 'rows of the First Balcony, $6.00 each.,
BLOCK "C". Remaining seats in-"the Second Balcony. Front
(8 rows). $5.50 each.

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