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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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the gymnasium are as follows: White,' F sYB s b M
Snider, Feinsinger and Pressnell on;
eam1111,Unyone Rockwell, frown A warded Numerals For Work
KTIA L Fa TEn N TY BILkIiFh onCoach Ray Fisher, freshm an bas- exception of M orgaridge, a center, and
kzthi mo n vna tir nnnl n d t Bumnus, a forward.

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Fingerle, cross country 'numeral MR E STOR TIISP
winner, and "Coach Hahn's ace in the
half mile, was unable to compete du(
to an injury received several weeksI- Seven houses are entered in the fra-
ago. It is expected that he will be ternity billiard tcurnament which will
start Tuesday at the Union. No time
able to run out iors s has been set for the opening match
Savinghisf lrs -e as the drawings are to be made tomor-
Savng isfinal burst of speed forrwatteUin
the final lap, Hicks showed his heels row at the r Union.
to Callahan and Hull in the two mice. Although there is a small represent-
covering the distance in 10:30 2-5e ation of the houses on the campus, the
onds.Catlhtancnk1t:e0l2-d se-altournament will not wait for any more
onds. Callahan took the lead several etisuls hyaesa nwt-
times' but could not cope with the re-( entries unless they are sent in with-
sresteghof Hicks. in the next few days. 'Time cf the
served strength arff.h-Iraks. drawings at the Union will be set by
Snide'e, individual star of the trials hemngrftheetadhwi
captured both the 65 low and higt the manager of the event, and he will
hurdles. He defeated Frank in thenotify each house.
low hurdles in 7 9-10 seconds and eas-
ily won the high hurdles from McCoy Seuicr Dents To
Starting the 440 with too fast ,a
pace, Freyburg failed to better his Smoke In Union
time of 53 3-5 seconds, winning frbm
Rockwell and Feinsinger in 54 1-10. Senior dental students will hold a
Reversing the result of the previous ser nttUdnTsdWylehld-
trials, White won a hard race from oker the Union Thursday even-
trilsWhie wn ahar rae foming The affair is to consist of speech-
Feinsinger in the 50 yard dash in 5 Cs,.
4-5 seconds. Feinsinger ran a strong es, entertain ient, and a luncheon d
race but could not equal his perform- Dr J . Tald al o. t. Dal
aJc of last week, whLn he ran the 50 -,
yards in 5 3-5 seconds, tying the wat- college faculty will deliver short talks.
5 35 Scodstyig he atDr. Albert Le "Grow of Detroit also
erman gymnasim record. Stem fin-
sd gmaimrcr.Swill speak. The principal feature o=
seird.btrdh makthe entertainment will be an act of
8 1-2 inbhes in the high jump by clear- Egyptian dancing during the intermis-

iZetau mentor, mage in eannuai awIar uA - --a - .
of numerals to the members of hisIIn commenting upon the merits of
shis former pupils Coach Fisher said
freshman basketball squad yesterday s. fiia x-

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Hoist Engagement ot'Congratulations to the authorities
of the Ann Arbor May Festival for
Arouses Comment broad-sightedness and enterprise. On
May 17 as one of the features of their
Engagement of the distinguished Festival, they are to give the Amer!-
English composer, Gustav Holst, by can premiere of the "Hymn to Jesus"
the School of Music to conduct the by Gustav Holst whose "Planet" sym-
American premiere of his "Hymn to phony made a decided impression
Jesus" at the May Festival, May 16-19 when played here last year. And fur-
is receiving much favorable'comment, then, they have engaged Mr. Hoist by
of which the following taken from a cable to come over and direct the
recent issue of the Musical Courier is work. That is the way to do things;
typical: and that is the sort of thing that im-

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presses Europe with the fact that
there is sorme decidedly intelligent
music-making in this country."
Irish Leader Captured
Dublin, Marcli 10-(By A.P.)-Fran?,
Henderson, describe.d 6s a leader
among the irregular forces in Dublin
yas captured in the treet today.
Try ,a' Classified Adt--It *ay.-Adv.

when eight men, Morgaridge, Bump-
us, Ierfistein, Palmer, Stevens, Fin-
ley, Baker, and Baer were given the
right to wear the coveted jerseys.
Ineligibility following from the firstI
semester examinations wrecked the
hopes of many of the candidates who
would probably have received their
class insignia, for more than 40 men
attend the nightly practices under
Coach Fisher's direction.
Guards on the past season's squad
greatly outnumbered the forwards and
centers, and of those reciving their
numerals all were guards with the'

cellent chance to make. the Varsity
squad next winter. , Hutzel, Reese,
Doyle, Cherry, and Ginn did not re-
ceive the yearling insignia because of
scholastic difficulties, but they will be
remembered along with their more
fortunate team mates next winter in
the fights for berths 'on the Varsity
when the season rolls around again.
All of these men are practicing with
Coach Matther's Varsity squad in order
that the Varsity mentor can get a line
on his future prospects and can ac-
quaint the yearlings with the Varsity
style of play.

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Fraternity Relay Finals To Be
Feature Event At Cornell Meet

f,

ing tMe cross bar at 5 feet 9 inches,
winning from Viant. Clearing 21 feet
3 inches, Snider won the broad jump
with apparent ease. Viant placed sec-I
and with 19 feet 11 inches.
Probable runners on the two relay
teams that will race Thursday night in.

An event which should be of much; Officials in charge of the event are
interest to those interested in fratern- urging all teams which will compete
ity athletics, an indoor relay race be- to get down to serious training at
tween the two fastest fraternity relay once, as the grind will be hard and
teams on the campus, will be added to only a few of the fraternity athletes
"he program of the Michigan-Cornell aresin trim for competition at the
track meet, which will be held March!present time.
24 in Waterman gymnasium. Both A silver loving cup will be awarded
teams will run eight lapseach man to the house winning the finals.
trang w runds eih 'as Further information on the race can
First eliminations for the event will be obtained at the Intramural office.
be held tomorrow and Tuesday, in More than 40 teams have r ntered
order that both teams may be in the'thus far.
nest possible condition for the final
:un. In the preliminary eliminations hlIany Entries Listed
each team will run alone, the eight New York, March 100-(By A.P.)
fastest teams to be selected for a A new record for Davis cup competi-
later elimination which will be held tion was established today when Bel-
March 19, the week before the Mich- gium's 1923 challenge reached the U.
igan-Cornell track meet. Entries S. lawn tennis association bringing the,
may be sent into the Intramural office total numbei- of nations entered to 15.
any time between now and Monday Several other challenges are expect-
evening. (ed.

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Craftsmen to Hold Smoker
It was definitely decided by
Craftsman cluh in its meeting
night that an All-campus smoker
be given March 24.

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Commencement

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tmv ~charw -ftr frst day, 2rp(. Mi mum t ttwfr, 20c, Three
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NOTICE BUSJNESS OPLPORITU'LNIY
- The following box replies are at The STUDENT AGENTS
Daily office: GRE, ECP, 18, LEB,j Make Big Money Selling
1D, GW, CZS, RHB, FMM. I RADIO CIGAR LIGUTEP.S
An imported novelty. A lighter that
DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING always works. Send no money. Write
called for and delivered for $1.26 a for particulars.
suit., Phone 165. White Swan THE MODERN SPECIALTY CO.
Cleaners. 117-6 1147 Grandview Avenue,

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Special
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You will be
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profit by

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Sunday Dinner, 85c
SOUP
Creme of Celery
MEAT
Fried Milk Fed Chicken, Country Style
VEGETABLE
Green Peas
SALAD
Combination with French Dressing
DESSERT
' Ice Cream
DRINK
Tea Coffee Milk
THE VARITY INN
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O A Y O TEitiiSEiAPPEAlllfiNfllliltiitll:tti "iCllltlltti O Y ?ill
DO ANY OF TH ESE APPEAL TO. YOU?

WANTE D
WANTED--Student salesmen, fori
Spring and Summer vacation;. alec
spare time. Big money in selling
the best line of household necessi-
ties on the market. Spring vaca-
tion will soon be here. The anti-
dote for failure is preparation. See
me now, F. T. Wall, 402 E. Jefferson
St. 117
WANTED-By June 15, three-room un-
furnished apartment for student
-and wife,situated near campus. Ad-
dress Box B.A.C., Michigan Daily.
117-7
WANTED-To rent for next year,
house which will accommodate
about twenty men comfortably. Box
SZF. 117-3
WANTED--Airdale male pup. Must be
registered or eligible. W. W. Todd.
Whitney H-otel. 117 I
BOARD.
BEGINNING MONDAY the Y. W. C. A.
Cafeteria will serve a special thir-
ty-five cent dinner; Beef stew, mash-
of potatoes, rolls and butter, tea,
coffee, milk, chocolate pudding with
whipped cream. Watch our bulle-
tin board for our daily specials. 11'i
THE IDEAL AFTERNOON LUNCH-
KREAM KOFFEE KAKE and coffee.
Rex's Club Lunch. 114-50
'SHOE FACTORY
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY. Bring your repairs where
shoes are made.. Crepe soles at- r
Cached to your shoes. $2.75. Bring i
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 Nickela
FOR SALE-Remington Portable I
Typewriters. Call Black, student
dealer, 432 Thompson. 1128-J.
115-50
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
MISCELLANEOUSr
KILL TWO BIRDS with one stone.

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IF you want to try the selling gamo
spring vacation see H. J. Leader, 622
E. Liberty. Phone 3221-J across
from Spedding Studio. 109-50

Footwear of Quality are Distinetion

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LOST--Saturday morning in main
street shopping dsitrict large black
cameo pin surrounded with pearls.
Liberal reward if returned to 1520
( Hill St. or call 629. 117-3.

Nickel's Arcade

ANN ARBOR

Ivory and
Leather
Goods
See Windows

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LOST-Pair of tortoise shell rimmed
Eglasses in brown case bearing ad-
dress of Farmer and Toniks, Sagi-
naw, Mich. Phone 1793-J. 117-2

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LOST-Wednesday night at Van's, a
log book and leather loose leaf book
with valuable architecture notes;
Reward. Lundin 1747-R. 116-2
LOST-Friday on North State or cam-
pus, pair of black tortoise rimmed
glasses. Finder please call 25;6-M.
117
LOST-Last term, postal card size ko-
dak in book store or in Engineering
building. -Reward for return to
Secretary's office. 117-2F
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
FOR RENT
FOR SALE-Conn B-flat , Cornet.
Trumpet model. Quick change to
A. C. slides. Box case. Call 1291-J.
117-2
FOR RENT-4 room, steam-heated, un-
furnished apatrment. Private bath.
1032 Vaughn. Phone 579-J. 117
FOR RENT-5 rooms, lower flat, coal
furnished, 1-2 block from campus#
627 Oakland. Phone 1754-R. 117'
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Raincoats, Cravenettes,
directly from factory. Save youF
money. Satisfaction guaranteed.
SIMONS, 2846-J. 107-21
FOR SALE-Two Festival coupon,
main floor near stage. Phone 1311-
W. 117
WASHING
GIRLS, if you are real particular,
about the way your dresses and
clothes are cleaned, send them to
us. White Swan Cleaners. Phone
165. 117-6
FURNITURE

'Getyour

Roast Chicken with
Roa
Mashed Pc
Boiled Rice
Buttered Pars
Butter
Cold Slaw

Chicken Noodle Soup a
Dressing Breaded Veal Cutlets
st Pork and Apple Sauce
)tatoes Candied Sweets
Creamed Celery
nips Buttered Peas
fly Salads banana Split
Heavenly' Hash
Assorted Pies

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G. Claude Drake's
Drug and Prescription
Store
Cor. State and N. University

Angel Food Cake

Nut Bread

SPECIAL

Head Lettuce
Cucumbers

Tomatoes
Radishes

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THE Y. W. C. A. CAFETERIA

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"The Quarry"

508 E. WILLIAM

JUST OFF STATE ST.

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Come in
beautiful

and let us play for you a
Easter "song service by

such great artists as Caruso,
Homer, McCormack, Harrold and
others. While you're here select
the Victrola model you would like
to own. We can arrange terms of
payment.
Why put it off again?
SLet us send you your
Victrola to day!

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are now in their new home at
1112 So. University Avenue
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We have the best equipped fbuntain in the city _
and carry the best brands of candy made
TRY OUR FOUNTAIN EAT OUR CANDY

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