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1n, 1"'3 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Varsity Track Squad Will Not
Enter Eastern Meet This Year
Michian's crack cinder artists will in 117, Carl Johnson, captain of tb ,
not take part in the Eastern intercol- Varsity, was entered in 191-8 and 1919
eiates this year, according to an an- as an individual athlete and compet-i
nouncement issued yesterday after- ed in the broad jump, high and low
noon by Fielding H. Yost, director of hurdles, and the high jump, garnering
inter collegiate athletics. several points.
Although Michigan has not been en- This season's aggregation, with its
tired in the eastern classic since she record in the Illinois relays, is one of
etrned to Alie Conference in 1917, the best all-around teams in the coun-
1merous petitions have been sent intoj
nu nouspettios hve ee set n try and .its probable chances for top, ;
tlhe athletic department by groups oftran spoblecnesfrop
students requesting entry of the team ping the eastern schools if it were to
this year. have a chance seem mighty good. Hub-
According to Coach Yost it has nqt bard, Brooker, Prosser, McEllvin, Van
been the policy of the department to Orden, Reineke, and several others
enter into eastern competition for the should be in a position to win points,
last six years and although the Wol- although VanOrden especially would
verine team might accomplish con- have a lot stronger competition in the'
siderable in the meet this year the East than he ever met up with in the
number of necessary intercollegiate Big Ten. With places in the hurdles.
meets in the West this year which the broad jump, pole vault, half mile, and
Maize and Blue must attend makes it perhaps the high jump and shot put
impossible to consider an extra one almost assured the Maize and Bluo
outside of the middle -west. outfit could make it hard for any oth-,
The Drake relays, the Illinois re- er team that it might run up against.,
lays, the National intercollegiates and Michigan's only taste of eastern
the indoor and outdoor Conference competiton will come when she faces
meets in addition to the dual meets in the Cornell squad, one of the best in
which the team is entered make up a the East, and the outcome of this meet
full 'schedule, and the necessity of will be a more pcsitive criterion of
being in good shape for all of then what the Wolverines could do if they
makes a hard trip and the fast com pe-Iwere to be given the opportunity.
tition of the- eastern get-together out !-- --
of the question. Although Michigan C Lose sofnething? A classifled In
entered as a school for the last time classified ad'will sell it for yo,.--Adv.
:ClhSES C AI I CJLE
A3P.M. ADVERTISINGS AT 3 PS

'nv nnntrrned to settle their question of suprem-
PROVES acy when they put up a furious, free-
swinging three round draw. These men
' Pare probably two of, the most evenly
atched boxers on the campus and
in their numerous bouts. They use a
ATT}EMPTS TO ESTABLISH RING similar style, that of hooking to the
BOUTS ON CAMPUS BEAR head and body, and their defense is
FRUIT largely a matter of offense. /
Preflni s Are Fast
Paving the way for intercollegiate The other mills on the card, with
boxing at Michigan and general In- the exception of the opener, were well
tramural boxing on a larger scale, the fought. Ruhl and Conley, both weigh-
boxing show Thursday night at Wa- ing 160 pounds, furnished an inter-
terman gymnasium was an event that esting threenround draw. Ruhldis
pleased the most critical of specta- played a crouch that proved effective
tors, the whole show being enthusias- against Conley's well-known right
tically received by the large crowd at cross.
the ringside. Miller and Small, in the 160 pound
Coach Sullivan and the Boxing .club preliminary, demonstrated the effec-
have spent three years in an attempt' tiveness of the straight left jab. Millen
to- place boxing on an intercollegiate bumped into several well-timed jabs
basis, as it is in most of the eastern in the first and second rounds but
schools, and the results of the show managed to keep things fairly even.
indicate'that their efforts are bearing In the third round, however, Small
fruit. The complete seven bout double began to get the big blonde with hooks
windup card contained enough variety and the bout swung in favor of "Chin".
of weight and style to break any mon- McKelvey and Hart, 135 pounds,
otony which is sometimes found in Yott and Hartman, 155 pounds, and
amateur bouts. Hays and Young, 122 pounds, were the
Several Good Bouts other three preliminary bouts. With
Bill McLean of Michigan and Jack the exception of the first bout, in
Raines of Detroit Junior college were which the men were inexperienced and
scheduled to meet for the collegiate "stage struck", these prelims were o
lightweight title of the State, but be- an unusually good quality.
cause of an accident to a relative o3' - -
the Detroit boy, Raines failed to ar- Sell 225 TIckets for Sophomore Prom
rive until after McLean had boxed a. Two hundred and twenty-five tick-
round with Bill Housel who was sub- I ets have been sold for the Sophomore
stituting for Shorty. McLean did I Prom which is to be held March 22
something rarely seen in amateur at the Union. Smith's saxophone or-
circles and never seen in the profes- chestra from Kentucky which played
sional ring when he agreed to go at the Hop this year will furnish the
through with his three round engage- music for the formal. Irwin F. Deis-
ment with Raines after resting for : ter, '25, is chairman of the commit-
few minutes. tee in charge of the event. Dancing
Because McLean boxed an extra will take place from 9 until 2 o'clock.
round, The Daily returned no decis-
inm on th bout .'ha wrnv +r en+ .. .Jnmiqwithn +

SUCCESS OF MANAERS' a'
mon i ninnnr
W UBIU S L fi1eIltilli
Officials of the Michigan Managers
"W" club have been assured that their
organization will be a success by thel
fact that more than 40 former man-
agers have sent back their applica-
tions for piembership with the neces-
:.ary entrhnc o tee. E
It is enxUctr(; that more than 6th of
the former mnagers will have become
members by the close of the present
semester and the backers of the club
are in hones of having 100 names on
their roll by hc beginning of school
next Septemer. Approximately 120
graduates arc eligible for the organ-
ization.
The replies that have been received
L y Secretary Merner, '24, have been
very enthusiastic to say the least, the
ncst cutstanding of which comes from
Charles Baird, athlet*,le dW'ector 'at
Aichigan for 11 years, who has heartilyE
endorsed the movement.
Members of. the club will entertain
the student athletic managers of 1923-
1924, vhen they are appointed, at a,
Banquet in the Union the latter part of
May. Plans for this function have not
reenccompleted as yet and will be an-
nounced at a later dlate.

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]OTICE
The following box' replies are at The
Daily office: FMM, GRE, RHB, CBS,
CZS, GW, KD, LEB, 18, ECP.
FOR SALE
SPRING SUITS-Tailored to your
measure by the head tailor of an,
exclusive custom tailoring establish-
zit. At Davis'Toggery Shop, 119
South Main St. on Friday and Sat-
urday, March 9-10. Six-day service.
114-3
FOR SALE-Stunning black crepe
dress-size 36, in good condition.
Price $15. Call 423 W. Liberty.
115-21
FOR SALE--Two coupons for the May
Festival ticket, $2.50 each. Phone
2073-M. 116
FOR SALE-Two May Festival Cou-
pons. First balcony. Call 2596-R.
115-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-12, room house, close to.
campus; just the thing for board-
ing house or tea rooms. Phon4 416.
114-3f
FOR RENT-Pleasant front suite. Noa
other roomers. Board if desired.
1221 Prospect St. Phone 1014-W.
114-3
BOARD
THE IDEAL AFTERNOON LUNCH-
KREAM KOFFEE KAKE and coffee.
Rex's Club Lunch. 114-50
DO YOU KNOW that the Y. M. C. A.
Cafeteria serves four or five ten-
cent salads everyday? 116

;USINES OPPORTUNITY
ATTENTION!
Seniors and Juniors School of
Commerce
We are seeking to strengthen o
organization with college mena
women who have a knowledge
Bookkeeping or Accounting. Wea
a National organization and offer,
ther permanent or vacation per
work in your home locality to tho
who are interested. Good mon
right from the start with opportu
ties for splendid advancementf
those who qualify. , For informat
write now, to
U. S. A. Corporation, 504 Benois
Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 110
STUDENT AGENTS
Make Big Money Selling
RADIO CIGAR LIGHTERS
An im ported novelty. A lighter ti
always works. Send no money. Wr
for particulars.
THE MODERN SPECIALTY CO.
1147 Grandview Avenue,
COLUMVBUS, OHIO
115-
LOST
LOST-Thursday p. m. on S. Univ
sity Ave. or State Street between 5
Church and the Cutting Apartmen
a black bog oak cane. Phone Mi
Hogeboom, 300-J. Reward. 1
LOST-Wednesday night at Van's,
log booki and leather loose leaf bo
with valuable architecture not
Reward. Lundin 1747-R. 116

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others from $25.00 to $45.00
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Tuxedos
Evening Clothes
Golf Suits
SATISFACTION

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WANTED
WANTED-,-At U. of M. hospital, wo-
men for dishwashing, for work. in
the nurses' homes, and for the sew-I
ing room. Apply Housekeeping Of-
fice. 1 4-3

WANTED-At U. of M. hospital, porter
for kitchen and dining room, apply
House-keeping office. 114-3
SHOE FACTORY
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM 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
TYPEWRITING
YOU GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLE'S BOOK STORE, 11 Nickeln
Arcade. 111-50
TYPEWRITING wanted. Theses,
notes, any work. 12 CENTS a page.
Phone 2278-W. 81-21
KODAK FINISHING
FILMS-Developed and printed by
our own photographers. Leave
films at any of our stores today,
get prints tomorrow night. Calk-
ins Fletcher Drug Co. 109-21
MISCELLANEOUS
RUGS SHAMPOOED-or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cteaning Works.

LOST-Somewhere in Union, black
leather-covered note-book with
name, Edgar Vaelker, on cover.
Finder call 2930-J. 115-2
LOST-Leather covered loose leaf
note book. containing Colloidal and
Physical Chemistry notes. Finder
please phone 410-W. 116
TAKEN by mistake from lower coat
room in Union, Pillsbury's "Essen-
tials of Psychology". Finder please
phone 776-R. 115-2
LOST-Friday on North'State or Cam-
pus, pair of black tortoise ring
glasres. Finder please call 2516-
M. 115-p
LOST--Yellow Fitch fur neck-piece,
last Friday evening near Delta Gam-
ma house. Please phone 1531-W.
114-3
LOST---A man's gold Swiss watch.
Left down stairs in the Union Wash
room. Reward. Call Bob, 2180-R.j
113-4
LOST-Gold wrist watch on black
ribbon. Initials "H.E.R." on back.
Phone 1325. Reward. 116-2
LOST-Pair of Brown tortoise shell
rimmed glasses. Call 3121. 116-2
FURNITURE
DO YOU KNOW we have the most!
completely equipped plant in the
country for the Repairing, Refinish-
Ing, and Upholstering of furniture?
Phone 381-W. P. B HARDING. 88-21
FOUND
'POUND-What you can't get anywhereI
else, in the line of eats, at Dinty
Moore's. Call 3151-M. We deliver'
from 7:15 P M. to 11:15. 115-2

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GREETINGS

Drastic Cut in Rates on

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For the Folks af Home

Dry

Cleanin

Place your order now for flowers or potted
plants to be sent home for Easter.. Why wait
until the last minute and be disappointed in
your selection?. We can save you the tele-
graph tolls by placing your order early.

Regular Price Now

$1.2

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for Cleaning and Prsing
l..iceSi

FLNDERS

Special Arrangements with Fraternities
Sororities and House Clubs

DRESSMAKING

FOR FLOWERS

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