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TH4E MICHIGAN DAILY H

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TRAINING ON THIE OLD CAMP GROUNDS

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vs. Rockwell and Sarnachia, 669; Heil-
brunn and Langlois, 148-J University
exchange, vs. Greene and Sanchez,
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MICHIGANI
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fThe latest bulletin given out from TO ~SPELL MICHIGAN VICTORY jrecmBooksr ad Presse wellafce Cob
the Athletic association tellsq the fol- oda li s pn hs prlrai ens Brownell and McHose ofIllilnois,:
lowing story of Michigan's athleticI Coach Farrell announced ysedyta ti xece hth ilhv nd 1-lamman of W;isceons~n, with w~om~
equipment: "The University of Michi- after the final trials for the indoorI no trouble in taking first place. Hat-teywlhaetifcm ttones-
gan w~s78 cre of andwhih ~Conference meet that he would take 19 tendcrff also has an excellent chance cially so with Collins who cleared the"
hedfrahei proe n s;men with him to compete at Evanston; of placing second or third, but willbrat1fet6nceinheeet
I hed fo atleti pupose an i~ ~,Icwa meet andi tied for second place at
known as Ferry Field. The football; nine of these men will leave this aft- h ave to contend with Crippen of NorththeIllni ea anvla raa
stands have a capacity of 42,000 spec-eno ocmeei h ra et wsen h a eodo :9~ MacEllven and Smith will be 'the(
taosIh aeal tnssa er in the 440 and the 880 yard races that that he made this year, andl other goodWlern etisinhe ig um.
R y 10,000; a fine club house used by twill be held tomorrow night while thej half irilers including Krogh of Chica- i
canidaes or ll thlticteas; evremainder will leave tomorrow after- ! go, and Hall of Illinois. Coach Far-~ They will find the majority of the i r
jerlfotalad aeal rcienoon. r ell did nct select any men that lie cmeiinfo!onh~adlte
r oalfoobal nd asbal paciceI rInth one mile relay Martin, Joy-' did not tllink had a good cance ci tW sco zsmn, although there will he.
{fields, running tracks and tennis. thermntaDve.chceo l-
ner, Thomas, and Seimons will make placing after he had noted their timneste e hthve~ hneo lc
cours. u the delegation that will represent, in the recent trials. ILa these trial s~ n fte aehc.Fiti e
A nw feldhoue wll e cjnpet-Michigan in this event. The Wolver-; Cushing showed a niarked improve- Inta lios a eeoe n
ed e by iOc.d1,ofsethil yerwch ypet ines should be able to place third orI ment and has a fair chance of placing (Cintinued on Page Seven)
bthfietsrcueoitki fourth in this event as they will face in the coming meet.I
to betefns*tutr fiskn strong competitors in Iowa, Illinois,; Isbell and Davis will also accomp-
'in America. It will have a seating-ca- adCiao codn ops e-jn
pacity of 12,000 for basketball gamesfracsIw hudpaefrtwih tefrtdlgto olaea FOR GOOD M US IC
whie he ai rom s te nac sze orancs owashuldplce irt wthCoach Farrell. wants them to haveI,
hietemiromithexcsieher strong team that is composed of! plenty of tinie to acquaint themselves Ike 11 fi rchestra.
ofa football field. .All of this is, beat-t Noll, Coulter, Brookins, and Wilsoni, to the flirt trace which they have not
j d on Ferry field and gives Michigan. who broke the Illinois carnival record been accustomed to use. They were CALL ) 628-W
the most complete college< athletic1 twice this year. both greity ha~nd apned at the Ili-

'°" c~ relay' carnfival where the c m lers
IND OR ONFREN E M ET LL roved a narfw~l (draw back. They wvill,
IN006 CONF RENCE 1Vj E I ave toc use as long spikes al this
N tl (l t c)- ret'on a caytrack Cwhere only sntortINE I 0 5 ie r edd oho hs np
[ eviiet aneiteM11 othofathese eiikl
ATRA T 18sLV DIE EIJHISoralcas pr _r~ n i
Isbell Datvis, 440 and S80 3Men Leave'RiieHtedoi n gsigthatthey will paefirst ,dien(! i
This Afternoon, 10At of the ~ilas ev hsatron udwl the finals on Satu rday nig~rt~ as th e,,
Tcuait Tomorrow Icuoly coinietitor they will have is Mar-
compete against their rivals tomor- leoIliis
7 li, ' ?' Y/ FAORABLErow night in the 880. Reinke has made.; d .
.eYPE1TC A(W RESULTS ion rg .h. > -- ie fnn i cf11-' ('Olfetin in pole T hall

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Don't forget the All Freshman Dance
at the Union Saturday afternoon.
Couples, $1; stags, 50 cents.--Adv.

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Now is the winter of our discontent
made glorious: summer by the hot news
wafted northward from the training
camps.
After taking about half of' the price
they- told the old folks at home theyl
would demand this season, the jolly
ball players are busily engaged in.
taking off weight and unloosening the
wintry kinks in their arms and legs.
Here and there a recruit sniffs the
semi-tropical air and wonders about
eligibility and all that sort of thing.
The yearly crop of soreheads~ and sore
arms are again in evidence, with the
hieads leading the arms by a length as
usual.
"Inside baseball" is the order and
ma-ny of the weaker minds ave shat-
ter'ed by this strategic; chatter. Hero
worship runs rampant in hotel lo15
bier and once the worshippers observe
a, hitherto innocent being talking to
any luminary, of bat and ball they are
on his trail like ithe demon chaperon.
Perhaps he can, frame up a real form-
al and fitting introduction, persuade
th~e luminary to pose for a snapshot or
at least get a souvenir from him which
the worshipper can slave dipped in gold
and wear next to his heart. False
whiskers are al absolute necessity~to
any man. who has a nodding acquaint-
ance with any member of the ball club.
The camp grouch lives up to his re-
putation throughout the training per.-
iod. by kicking enough to give the gen-
era] effect of a football game.
Ho, hum! It's a great life.
Patroftize Daily advertisers.--Adv.

Intramural Items
All fraternities that failed to appear
when the preliminary round of the foul
shooting tournament was held will be
given another chance to qualify at 71
o'clock tonight, if they send 'a repre-
sentative of their house to shoot. Thos(
men who represented their houses in
the initial qualification round and
failed to shoot the required number
of baskets are excluded from this ses-
sion.
The unexpected occurred Tuesday
night in the fraternity bowling tourna-
ment when Phi Mu Alpha, mainly by
the phenomenal rolling of Harrold.
who turned in a score of 632, brought
their total number of points for the
preliminary and finals rounds up tc1
4962 and went into second place in

the race. Phi Delta Theta with a com-
bined score of 5161 is leading the race
gt -the present time.
The schedule for tonight at 7 W'.
clock is as follows : Phi Gamma Del-I
ta, Nu Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi, Alpha
Delta Phi.
Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Psi, Psi Up-
silon, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Delta
Sigma Delta will bowl at 7 o'clock to-
morrow night. Points to be awarded
for the tournament will be announced1
through the columns of The Daily
sometime next week.
In the last match of the second,
round of the All-campus handball
doubles tournament Heilbrunn and
Langlois eliminated Shawaker and,
Carroll by a score of 3-0.
The semi-finals in eliminations willt
be run ofd today. Following is the
schedule: Garrett and Abrams, 1057.

, EAT, SMOKE, DRINK,
IIIST AND PLAY
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quested to inke use of
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OT so many years ago
N(when some of us
ourselvs wer under-
graduates) the collej studcnt
was a hoodlum. Today he's as.
conservativ as can be-b~ut
with definite expression of
his individuality none the less.
Witness, John Ward Shoes.
They ar made to meet the
tastes of collej men: dignified,
but carrying a note of real
distinction.
The John Ward representat v
displays in
GEO. KYER'S
on March 14. 15, 16~ and 1I
Stores in B ewY rk.B3rgokynNar
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bine the two at every meal

1V Carurso Recordj
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Victor Record 87358
SIXe*,x ro NEW DANCES ;.--,
(Fat--Fo Tr{ Paul White
L~dy of the Evening-Fox TrotI and His Orchestra
Victor Record 19016
Down in .Maryland-Fox Trot I Benson Orchestra
Georgia Cabin IDoor-:Fox Trot of Chicago
Victor Record 19022
Aggravatin' Papa-Fox Trot The Virginians
Aunt Hagar'& Blues7-Fox Trot The Virginians
TWO Victor Record 19021
_ TWOQUARTET CLASSICS
Kentucky Babe Shannon Quartet
Little Cotton Dolly Shannon Quartet
r ~~Victor Record'19013 r
A New Slant .on, War' Will 'Rogers
.Thmely Topica k.r4loer,
- iilI Rogers,534
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Eierythbig in the Realm of ;Music
j 91165S. MAIN STREET
" VictroLis x$25 up

Agreat many people refuse to buy tailor-made
clothes because of the somewhat higher price that
p r etft a d s p ro wok a si maesy. They quite lose sight of the f act that if it
were possible to combine ine ready-made clothing
the qualities which place tailor-made clothes upon
a highecr standard there would be no difference in
the cost of either kind.
To purchase an article 'simply because it. is
cheap is the very opposite of economy, for the'
. fcrior ity of the cheaper-~grades makes necessary
frequent repla-cements. True economjy consists
in the purchase of an article whose inherent quality
makce possible a long life of. enduring service.
T'ailor-made clothes are truly economical be-
ca-use they combine with the essential qualities of
fit and style the fundamental assurance of long
and serviceable wear.
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