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7ANS WOMEN WORK ALONGSIDE MEN
WITHtFIN RUHIR DISTRICT COAL MINES'

innrai 1Httendorff's team lest In. the half
fIR L iiP1.1rn T ie event to Reinke s team as trey'
only rani 4 laps. Hiattendorff' was 8
to 10 yrdsTInadvanc when e stto
INDO THuui ICKflI RES~ULTSIped because officals had not given
him the correct nurmbr or laps~ he had
(Coniniid fdm Pge Sven gone. The times for Reinke's team
(Cotined ro Pae Sven Iwere as follows : Reinke 2:00 2-5,
Higgins took second in both events,.!Marsh 2:03 3-5; Carson. 2:05 and W.
Higgins has a world of speed and tGibson 2:08 3-5.
when he becomep able to, take the In the match race~s for 440 yards
hurdles in the correct manner he Martin's time of 53 2-5 seconds was
should prove to he an unusual hurdler. the best. The othe~r times were as
Aubrey took third in the high and follows Thomas 55 2-5, Joyner 55 2-5,
fouth n te lw wileBarh tokLoomis 55 3-5, Roeser 54 4-5, and
fourth in the high andn third in the Hulse 54 2-6. Hulse and Roesser are
low., the ?pest men in this event to Martin.
Is4bell and, Davis did not race in the I The freshman relay team defeated
two mile event as both were - handi- the Varsity resrves 'with a low time
cappedi by colds and were instructed of 3'.42 4-5. The time for the Var-
by Coach Farrell to run a dead heat I sity reserves was 3:47 2-5. The fresh-
In slow time. Their time was 10:07! man team WP43 comiposed of the fol-
4-5.j lowing men: Feinsinger, Fingerle,
B~rooker cleared 12 feet in the pole snider, and Freyberg. Kruger. Propli-
vault while Prcesser cleared 11 feet, et, Barger, and Spedding were on the
6 n p~ .P iz 91fat .ft ,2 w IVarsity reserves.

MICHAEL B. HARRISON

REPRESENTING

THE

Arthur M. Rosenberg

COMPANY
New ]Haven,GCn.

Tailors

Will, exhibit their Samples and Materdals
for Spring and Summer wear

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a inenes . .a .vin izLem. (iLer Lwo S
tries, Presser tried for the gymna-
sium record along with Brooker, but
neither one was able to clear the re-
quired height after making several
good tries. Kelly 'went well today,
{clearing the bar at 11 feet.
rIn the handicap 50 yard dash Ald-
rich won the finals and Captain Burke
and Wit,tman tied for second and
third. Kelly caine fourth. The hand-
learp were as follows : Wittman
scratch,' Burke_ 3 feet, Kelly 3, feet.
Goldwater 4 feet, Aldrich 5 feet, and
IKnox 6 feetL The time for the win-
ner was 5 4-5 secondls:

Commission Makes Plea For Cat$.j
New York, Jan 27-(By A. P.)-
The American relief administration
today received a plea fromn its repre- :
sentative in Kiev for funds to pur-
chase cats, which are bringing ten
million rubbles, with kittens at half
price.
Scanty food supplies are rapidly be-
ing depleted by a hcard of invading t
mice and there is a scarcity of cats:
because or the number eaten duringj
last winter's famine.

FEBRUARY

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Copyright Kadel and Herbert
1"1)r 0oto shows German %1omen lorries in wine at lWccdinglianscr. Low er photo shows miner; comngn up
- fr.om some mines in lift at-.close of sh'ft
TiiLese photos, taken inside the rich mines: seized by the French in the Ruhr district, show the type of
workmen and the nature of the mines. Women work alongside their hush ands, brothers and sweethearts in 'the
mines. They are employed at practically all, kinds of labor. The men and women in the Ruhir mines have been
producing 7 0 per cent of .the coal. output turned over to the allies 'under the peace terms. The miners greet the
French. with "passive resistance."

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OUR DAILY DOZEN:

-w6::00--14ober guild sulpper at HarrisI
I'S O IN ON ti -0-Baptist guild friendship hour I
WHAT' 'GOI G V iBaptist church parlors.
6 :0-Mr. Lionel Crocker, freu in-
aauniversity, Tokio, Japan, speaks
NOTICE--Copiy for this column shoiuld l'on "Japanese Student Life in Blapt-
b unte by63 o'lc'o iisChrh,1-;,11teday before publicati on. ; 6: --Christian' Endeavor meets in
_____! Christian church.
SUNDAY$ 6:130='Students' reside chat at Congre.
Igational church..
9:30-CongMgational Bible class 10°" 6:4-Mr. A. G. Proetor., only living
men stu~dents conducted by Mit.AMit- member of convention that nomin-
chell meets at Congregational atedl Lincoln, speaks to Hobart
church.guild at Harris hall.
9 :$O--ivfrsity Aen's Bible class3 7 :00-Rabbi Hrace Wolfe speaks oil!n
meets in tUpper room, Lane hall. "Who Are the Educated" at Jewish#
9 :30-Bible school of Church of Christi Student congregation meeting in 1
meets. Professor Darnhill spears. Lane halt.
12 ;90-Baptist gwild meets i Baptist x :30- lalh Carson speaks at MHeth-
Guild -house. Mil. Chapman, leader. odist church.G
12 OO-#e~clas o Chrchof hr~t S:00-Pleasant Sunday evvening, fon-.
mnees, ",hosen Men" is subject.:I gregational church, conducted by
Y2:*30- oiag clib picture taken at . Mr. Jump for faculty meimbers and1.
Renfsclei'r.graduato students..
12 :0--46dent Bble classes 11m6e& in ,
wese hall, DTethod st' church. !. ){:.tlh DAYf1
4::0--Qpex~huseat Wesley ball. . 12 ' d- Delta Sigma Jt ,fl'o imeet at Sped-.

{ding's studio to have picture taken.
1C-i *C: ophomor'e class dual; aepayable.
They may be mailed to Ray Billin;-
ton, class treasurer at 1102 Oakland
.avenue.j
The tmtab r the photographiug of the
Delta Sigma Rho group picture for
the Michiganensian has been chang-
Ied from Thursday to 12 o'clock
IMonday noon, Jan. 21,
jLIBERTY TOGGERY AND SMOKE1
SHOP opened on the corner of Liber-
ty and State Street, where good cigars:
Cigarettes and tobaccos are sold
cheap. They advertise in The Daily.
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GPatronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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Union Activities. Social Items, of Interest.

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Dispatches of international, National and State Items of Interest.

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5-G--AM PUS OPINION--
Communications of Interest to the Campus, written by 'People of the Campus.
6-PORTi PAGES-
Intramural Sports., The Outlook, for.Qur Basketball and Track Teams. Con-
ference News. Items by Special Correspondents in Other Schools.

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The Foremost Humor 'Columnk of

Char m, grace, poise-
allteeare clearly,
bro3ught ogut ,in our
photographs, of women

SUIT AND
CLEARANCE

8--EDITORIALS-

Written by Men with Ideas.
itorial. Comment from Oether

+Campuis Problems Considered E lditorially. Ed-
Universities and Colleges.

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A Necessity for Every Woman on the Campus.
League Items. Notices of Parties and Meetings for"

University of M.,ichigan
Women.

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Book Reviews, Music, Art.

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T h e s e distinctive- portraits
are not at all costly.; TIele-
phone .60¢-:W today and set
the time for an appointment-

WE'VE no room for these
suits and overcoats, they
must go to make room for
Spring stocks.
That's why we're Offering
them at this low price, right
.at. the height of the season.
These concessions are in ac-
cordance with our fixed pol-
'icy of complete new stocks
each season.

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Positions,.

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for yourself. Those who advertise in THE DAILY are progressive and
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