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LIT TLE'S ND ORFOTBALL 1 1922 All-fresh team. Marion, Dewey,RigL M s okThn
Hawkl~insBruce, Grube, Heston, Cr, i k F n t o k T i
CL~ASS DECLARED SUCCESSFUL,!good nshould give adStafrogbd forkA to n~Hcy iz'
goa ndsol ieasrn bdfrvo cipoistion on netyear's Varstiy team.
Coach Little states that the indoorIth is class have, it, it would give at least Miller, Donnelly, and Ingle who w ret
football class that- he has been conh' a week's tie during the spring, prac- ineligible last year look good11r nex
ducting in. Waterman gynasium has tice to the dvlpn fsm te er
been a success. The men, according phasc o2, the game. " large Spring Tuinout
to the coach, have showed a finre atti- PassSiressed The men who are enrolled and who
tude and seemingly have not tired of The 1922.team wan fame because of look like good material for next fall's
the strenuous grind' that he has put fItsaiiyi eilatc.Mc team are: lands, Marion, Neisch,
them throu.gh. tiewGgvnoeri h nor(oebel, Ferenz, Grubb, Kruger, and
The class was organized primarily, practices to the perfection of forward P. ott; tackles, VanDervoort, Kunow, -"b, y3 ;n.
to give the men who are likely look-( passes. A few (f the combinations CrHah oni.adDnelI
ing candidates .for next year's, team that will be used by the 1923 team guards, Dewey, Hawkins, Bruce, In-{
and who are not out for some other were taken up. Two teams were lin- gle, Aizia'" Sch"cks; cntersBrown
Varsity sport, a chance to keep in ed up and simple signals used. The MiladDnlsn'urebcs
condition. It also served to familiar- offensive team used formations that Grube, Morey, Parker, Foster; half-
sytmo otal aiteisadfwpasadfradpse eeto , Heath, and Lutom ski. t a ;"
the rudiments of football took up the; run off cof this formation and then Th 'ahs r okngfrmnt
mao ato h lsytm.Coach Little, Vick or VanDerv oort, make up the squad for spring prac- "
Int~End Run Mlastery [who have been assisting him- showed'tie.Al th mn ha thy anpo-
Inteclass the proper position for the men the proper defensive to take sib. ly tegetotfring actcenwill
thee linemen' and backs to take has ;for, the formation and would also crit- sb weoet.fIt sthingpatientilo
been mastered by the squad. Indi- icize the offensive team in the way yh. otal oce t aeCppon
vidtual and- group instructions have the plays were executed. G( abI o byo Iateohrme ~ 9 Y'
been given to the squad in, interfer- Use Ncv Ganauc t( bG anSal te oherme
that are going out to coaching posi-
ence on end runs. The squad hlas this1 To give practice to the men ion xty hh)coc te sua
down so perfectly that three teamsj handling the football and to change x s nkTie xucttrhv mr
barely ten yards apart can execute an l the routine' of the practic: a newthn10 eno toprcte
end run so that no team interferes Igamne was invented by Coach Little. ;_________
with the team ahead or behind it. The game is similar to basketball but; '
Coach Little said that,'if every man Einstead of dribbling a player was per- f~~
that will be out for spring pracotice mt. to make as many pivots as hie ST IJLJFlfiST'
had the running of interference and wished in advancing the ball..":r
the taking of the proper position mast- Coach Little is well pleased with the:":::..:.....; -}TIC ;
erec as well as' those who have been in i mnaterial that same to him. fror., the HWO l i,> ":.:":::;':
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--Handball1--
Late matches in the All-camplus
h tandball doubles. tournament were
cleaned uip yesterday afternoon at the
handball courts. The second round,
part of which has already been~ comn-
J Ilfted, will start immediately.
S The following matches remain to
be played in the second round: Sim-.
oisyKl emai 1582-M, vs. Rock-
well-Sarnachia, 669; Shawaker-Car-
roll, 414-W, vs. Heilbrunn-Langlois,
148-J university exchange;, Carrett-
Abramins, 1057, vs. Michaud-Hoffinanj
243 -MA.
Scores for these tilts must be turn-
ed in by 5 o'clock, Saturday afternon.
in order that the third round can get
underway on Monday,
'Try a Classified Ad-1t pays.-Adv.

STARTS MARCH
SUN. 11th SUN.

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AND UN ADDITION

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R e t e a . T 2 0O n t s p e r w o r d a 0 . p a i d i n ia c.c o n d a t i x ' m i e ; s e e , e b m a t r t
of ft I= osCs tS d, baturied aly to h03 having phones.
NO l s t. iii I*. w~ot ct tmt.paM h toadvance.

Michigan's first boxing show will
be held tonighit at 8 oclock in Water-1
man gymnasium under the auspices of
the Boxing club and sponsored by Oth-

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Luis Firpo (righit) sparring, i ihi Flo;'dJ,i ion
The two husky birds above have it Nithin their power to make the
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NO'TICE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
The following Box Replies are at the ATTENTION!
Daily office: CBS, RHB, FMVM, KD, Sen'iors and Juniors School of
GW, LEB, GRE, 18, ECP. Commerce
We are seeking to strengthen our
FOR ALEorganization with college men anej
SPRIG SITSTailredto ourwomen who have a knowledge o1
measure by the head tailor of anBokepnorAcutg.W ao
exclusive custom tailoring establish-' a National organization and offer ei-
ment. At Davis Toggery Shop, 119 tHer permanent or vacation period
South~ Main St. on Friday and Sat- work in your home locality to those,
urday,- March 9-10. Six-day service. who are interested. Good money
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Inrmrldprmn.only two up-and-coming men in the, cvisiona and about the only men in
Plans, as they now stand, call 'for! sight who will some (lay at leadtrgive Cx'3 , ;leil ena pey a battle. Firno
21 rounds of exhibition work. There has arrived from Argentine to mOet 13i Br,!,nfnn March. 12. A. victory for
will be seven three round bouts includ- Firpo that day is expected to give him a bout with Dempsey. Floyd John-I
ing a probable windup between Mc- son already has licked Brennan.
Lean and .Rhain, meeting to decide the
collegiate lightweight championship Hof I wg
the state. Several of the other bouts Inm rum ur. 'IhFOR GOOD MUSIC-- r h m
will share the limelight of the even-____
ing's entertainment, especially the ('
nie at 155 pounds. 'These men havdt the awarding of points will be. based 1 CALL 1 G-:8-M
iset on numerous occasions and the*! on the standings of the teams at thc
general verdict has been that they time that the last matches were lplay/
have been too evenly matchied' to
switch a decision either way. To- ed. The Intramural depjartment will 3alr Ciass Sxi5
night, however, each is determined to !retain _the cup, as the season will not (falBIC.l.a11
,Ns.shade the other and the result is held be finished. s Ist;t dut.j C*ADCA IAN-* ~
1VEntriesu for fraternity handbell. 1> ,r I' Tc, 2'RENCEI, HOLLANI)-
Others who will be seen tonight are : tal, ndrlyrc<aedeadAAEhC . S. jSHIPPING BOARD
Housel and Yott, at 145 pounds; Mil- 1
ler and Small, at 145 pounds; Ingle should be sent into the Intramural of-T6,- -"' LIN TSCRUETS.FOOKALL
an Wiehave; as n Yugaflee at once. Any students: contemn- IEA I ES RISS OK
an Withevis HysadToug T MS ON, CLARK, ETC., TOURS.
bantamns;; and Conley and Ruhl, at 150 plating entering the All-canmpus track Stet1l8la mshipl Agent
pounds. The last named pair are meet should sign up at° once. ; F i? 1' , Pone 11:84
looked upon to put up one of the,-best"
bouts, both "being sure hitting hook U!flaII~t r;'fz. f!II,'
artists.. ,,~
Goy, a room to rent l A Daily classt ii Ti.
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with small ink capacity and' many easily broken parts
Whtm you, can buzy
Direct f rpm theMnfcue
A RIMER MASTERPEN'
which holds six timges as: much ink~, and heas manry other advanta g-
eous features which can be explained at
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PEN SPECIALISTS IN COLLEGE INN
Over 700 Satisfied Users in U. of Mv..

Th irtieth

FOR SALE--Thiree tube RADIO
PHONE re"4iving set with loud
speaker. Call Pierce at the 'Daily,
or 93-R.
FOR SALE-Two tickbts to last Chor-
al Union concert with festival cou-
pons. Phone 2884-R.: 1229 Tra-
ver.114
FOR SALE-Two second balcon -j
seats for the Maler-Patterson con-
COMPLETE SET,' c, trap drums., Good!
condition. New side drum. $70.00,
Anderson, 396. 112-3
FOR SALE-Two Choral Union. Tick-
ets for Maier Pattison, Friday night
March 9. Phone 1399.
FOR 'SALE-Two May Festival Cou,-
pons. 221$f-M.
113-2
FOR. RENT
FOR RENT-Housekeeping roomls,,
furnished; also sleeping rooms.!
Large, pleasant, everything conven-
ient. 711 Havenf Ave. 402-W. 112-3
FOR RENT-12 room house, close to
,campus; just the thing for board-
ing' house or tea rooms. Phone 416.
114-3
FOR RENTEPleasant. front suite. No
other roomers. :Board if desired.
1221 Prospect St., Phone 1014-W.
114-3
FOR RENT--Rooms for women, -very
comfortable. 1358. Geddes Ave.
Phone 738-W. 112-3
FOR RENT-5 room,. furnished apt.,
1-2 block from campus. W. Robec.
Phone 3171-J. 112-3
FOR RENT-Warm', pleasant front
rooms. 515 Walnut St.. Phone 2,105
-R. 114
BOARD
Would you be interested in hearing'
of a place where you can get $6.50
hoard for $5.60? Call 2255-R after
7 p. m. 1J13-3
THE IDEAL AFTERNOON LUNCH-
KREAM KOFFEE KAKE and coffee.
Rex's Club Lunch. 114-50
HAVE YOU tried our 1 cent specials'?,?
Y. W. C. A. Cafeteria. 114
MISCELLANEOUTS
E. NORMANTON BILBIE, teacher of
violin, piano, harmony. Five yearq
abroad. Studio 307 North Main.
Call 611-M. 111-21
RUGS SHdAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann. Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
76-21
FUNTU1RE

ties for splendid advancement forI'
those wh~o qualify. For, information
write now, to
U. St A. Corpo'ration, 504 Benoist "
Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 110-21
If you want to try the selling gameI
Ispring vacation see H. J. Leader.j
622 E. Liberty. Phone 3221-J across
from. Speddings Studio. 109-50
LOST
LOST-Pair of tortoise shell-rimmed,{
glasses between Betsy Barbour any'{
IHill auditorium. Return to Virgin-I
ia Kersey, Betsy Barbour. 114
TAKEN by mistake from lower coat
room in Union, Pillsbury's "Essen-!
tials of Psychology". Finder pleasel
phone 776-R. 114
LOST-On Campus Friday afternoon
stone martin choker scarf. Finder
please return to 814 S. University.
113-2
LOST--Yellow Fitch fur neck-piece,
last Friday evening near Delta Gam-
ma house. Please phone 1531-W.
j 114-3+

Annual ay Festival
HILL AUDITORIUM-ANN ARBOR
FOUR- DAYS -May 1 6, 111 18, 19 -SIX CONCERTS
SOLOISTS

LUNCH,
409 .EAST JEFFERSON' ST

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GIUSEPPE. DANISE, Baritone C
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
BENIAMINO'GIGLI, Tenor
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY.
JEANNE GORDONa Contralto
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
SUZANNE KEENER, Soprano
METROPOLITAN OPERA COM1PANY
FLORENCE MACB:ETI- Soprano
CHICAGO OPERA ASSOCIATION
CHARLES MARSHALL, Tenor.
CHICAGO OPERA ASSOCIATION
ERNA RUBINSTEIN, Violinist,
A DISTINGUISHED AkRTIST
ERNEST SCHELLING, Pianist
A RENOWNED VIRTUOSO
HENRI SCOTT, Bass-Baritone
LATE OFRTTHE METROPOLITAN" OPERA
CLARENCE W HITEHILL.:;, 3arilone
METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY%

W vE ARE

We have a high' quality stock a th
most reasonable prices.

LOST-A man's gold Swiss watch.j
Left down stairs in the Union Wash
Iroom. Reward. Call Bob, 2180-R.
113-4 j
LOST'-Sigma Alpha Iota pin. Name.
M. Trainer on back Finder call
1325. Reward., 112-2
LOST-De Molay sister ring in Lib-
rary on March 6. Finder call 1070-'
J. Reward. 114
WANTEDb
WANTED-At U. of M. hospital, wo7
men for dishwashing, for work inj
the nurses' homes, and for the sew-
ing room. Aplly Housekeeping Of-
fice. 114-3j
WANTED-At U. of M. hospital, porter
Sfor kitchen and dining room, apply
Hio-ase-keeping office. 114-3
WANTED-Tuxedo, size 36. Call 280- I
J. 114-2
SHOE FACTORY
ANN ARBOR CUSTOMN SHOE FAC-
TORY. Bring your repairs where
shoes are made. Crepe soles at-
tached to your shoes. $2.75. Bring
them in today. Made-to-measure
orders-one week service. Satis-;
faction guaranteed or money re-
turned. 534 Forest Avenue. Call
3043. 108-21
BAGfGAGE
PAWEL DELI VERY, BAGGAGE,I
MESSENGER SERVICE. PHONEj
958. 110-50'j
PHNE 2700, PACKAGE AND BAG-4
GAGE EXPRESS. 100-21

AS WELL AS
Cleaners and
Dyers
New Spring Samples Just Il

t of the high rent ditrict,

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SCHLENKER'S HARDWARE

Phone 554

213-15 W. Liberty St.

LADIES'
HAND

AND MEN'S
TAILORED

ORGANIZATIONS
THE. UNIVERSITY CHORAL' UNION
(350 VOICES)
THE CHILDREN'S +CHORUS
(50VOICES)
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(70 PLAYERS)

COMPA NI

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SUITS.
$30 'to $52.
SEE US
AND
SAVE MONEY

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MilnoPipes XV. D. C.

CONDUCTORS
EARL VINCENT MOORE
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN
FREDERICK STOCK

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Special, $3.00

All Hand Work
in
Cleaning, Pressing
and

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All Cigarettes at Cut Prices

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GUSTAVHOT
Distinguished composer-7conductor wh~o will comne: from England
especially to conduct the American premiere of his.4"Hym~n of Jesus"
which will be sung by the Choral Union at the. Tlhuday Evening
Concert.

We Also Carry
WITH COL LARS ATTACHED

Tailoring

SHIRTS

Phone 31,17
We Collect and Deliver

Tan
White
Checked Patterns

SPECIA!L
$1.55 EACH

COURSE TICKETS

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TYPEW RITING
DO .OU KNOW we have the most ______________
comnpletely equipped plant in the YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
country for the Repairng, Refinish- service when your MANUSCRIPT;
inn. nditlTUihltriug of furniture? are TYPED by EXPERTS 'at BID-

ISpecial Price on La Palma Cigars-per box-All Sizes
I _____Gillette Blades 75c Per. Doz.

U(If "Festival Coupon" from Choral Unpion is- returned;, deduct $3.00)
1. Subscribers of record to "Patrons Tickets" muay secure old loca.~
thnj$ if order reaches ofdieon, or before larch 3.
12. Orders front other subscribers will be filed, and filled in order of
receipt.

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