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fISHR.TAKES SQUAD OUDORSSeveroal thetsPerf^ orm Fa~sor IjTOURNfEY COACES
AS WARM WEATHER CONTINUES' mn ~#~fl~ 1 ,1 OMRSTUDENTS HERE

INTRANT-RAL -NO-TICE

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All men wishing to umpire
interfraternity and interclass
b,=:asebll gamnes this spring
should get in touch with the In-
tramural department at once.

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IN"TRAI:MURAL NOTICE
Entries for fraternity base-
ball, outdoor track, tenis and
horseshoe pitching will close on
Thursday, April 10.

Rbegulars Play Yaninigans In 7 ,TInning
Contest, Wlnning
13-7
PITCHlER, HURLh FINE BRAND
OF BALL; FIELDERS DO WELLJ1
Owing to the unexpected warmth of
the weather yesterday, Coach Fisher1
moved his entire squad outdoors and
the athletes played the first practice,
game of the season, a 7 inning contest,
which was won by the regulars 1-y a
score of 13-7.
The second team got to Benson in
the first inning, and scored three runs
although erratic play in the infieldf
helped the tallies along. Tlhe reg-
ulars came back strong in the second
frame and scored four times. Sloe-
smith was having trouble in locating
the plate, and passed three mein. W4il- f
son's triple, two singles, a sacrifice
fly and an error contributed to the
scoring.
The same team tallied again in the
fifth when Baker drew a pass and.
scored when. DeView dropped: Uole-
mran's fly. The fifth inning, found
Stryker pitching for the regulars and
Parks for the yannigans. Strykerl
was a trifle wild, and his opponents
bunched a single, three walks, and a
miscue in. the field for three runs,
putting, them ahead by one counter.
The scrubs added to their string in
the sixth when Harry Kipke doubled,
went to third on Bachman's sacrifice
and completed the trip on a fielder's
choice. The feature of the inning was
a fast 'double play, Dillman to Giles
to Wilson, which ended the activities
of the opposition.
The men showed plenty of pepper
and a surprising brand of baseball
for the first outdoor workout of the
season. The pitchers were showing
considerable stuff, but were inclined
to be wild. In spite of the. rustiness
of most of the men and apparent over-
anxiety, -the game was productive of
som~e good baseball.F
The infield play was -ragged in.1
spots, but the showing of a number of
the atletes was encouraging.-~
pa eVrrmed well at first base after
We hd setled down. He was plain- ,
W lyrnervous in the first inrn,ing, but-
afterthe one framne played Lastball,
his- tril e in the second being theI
longeq hit'of the game. Dilidilan ;and I
'OiIes. eld down the second sack in i
a~n efficijent manner, and executed a ii

flashy double play in the sixth.
It warm weather holds, the squad
will use the regular diamond today.I
THlE LINE-UTPI

Regulars
Wilson
Giles
Dillman
Haggerty
Sheehan
Steger
Coleman
Benson
Blott

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Yaniira-hs
Weitzel
Neville
Parker
HarrisI
Ba chman
Kipke
DeViewI
Shoesmith
BlottI

performera staged a show yesterday c
afternoon for the benefit of J. H. Mer-t
rick and Walter Knox, two of the lead-t
erg, of the Canadian Olympic team int
recent years who were in town foi-,t
the afternoon. *
A number of dash heats were staged,1
between Hubbard, 'Leschinsky, and p
Goldwater. H-ubbard and Leschinsky n
were both caught in :05 2-5. Hubbardy
national senior champion in the broad v
jump, performed for the benefit of'i
the Canadian officials in his favoritea
event and leaped 23 feet in his firstv
attempt.
Walter Knox, who will be remem-jh
bered as one of the best all-round I
athletes who attended Illinois in the4e
days when Harry Gill went there fromIe
Canada, and who held the distinctiona

Ul:i. in lid aten tdL .renxe iann in T"C Seven of thmee Cgt e ciCoesfteams
(lashes, has been in charge of tie last; that particaiated i i the (las A iter
two Canadian Olympic teams, al-' scholastic basi~etb itl toulrl nment hci(1
though he has no connection with here last wveek lhavNe beenu lents in
thi yer'ssqud.the summer school of the Un'siversity,
He was far from enthusiastic in
talking of this years Canadian squad. and their meeting here was more of a
"There will hardly be ax performner reunion of friends than a gathering
in any event who can possibly take a1 of foemen.
point", he saidl in commenting on the Thompson, of Battle Creel., Jackson,
material which Canada will have thiis of Detroit Northwestern, Crane, of Ntie-
year. "There won't be a pole vaulterE gaunee, and Draper, of Detroit South-
who can better 12 feet. 6 inces, a eastern, were members of the 1922

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high jumper whm'can make six feet,J
and all of the running events wil ber
woefully weak."
B~oth Mr. Knox andl Mr. Merrick
have been making a careful study of
form in the various track and field
events as usedl by American p~erform-
ers with a view of bettering the Can-
adian track squad.

New York, N. Y., April 4.-Varsity
Imanagers of New York university,
fwill hereafter be chosen by a com-
mittee composed of the captain, coach,
and manager of the sport concerned,
together with faculty member' and the'
graduate' manager. Formnerly, the
manager was elected by members of
the team.

school. Lowler, of Jackson, and Po- -
ers, of Pontiac, attended the school
last, summer, while "Chief"' Novitt of
Bay City, was a studlent. both sum>-
miers.
Princeton, N. J., Api-il 4.-Prince- '
ton's Varsity track squad wll wNork,
out on the cinder track a.t thel alu
for the first time s ;1ince it.;4wne'
practice began, a~udn o(ha
Fitzpatrick.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RSLS

W hitney Theatre WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16
T511Ff USICAL EVENT OF THE SUEASON
6auK CoiwL4Y
01VE AND, ONLY COMPANY
IN THE NEW AMERICAN SONG AND DANCE SHOW
r ;il ==_ ar; ilhh Re Inlttan~c , Sel' Addressed, Stamiped Envelope Ac-"
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Interest In Fencin Revived
By Presence OfEF.Smelliel

WEIGHT MEN BRAVE CHILL
WINDS AND 'WORKh IN OPEN
Two Michigan track athletes
indulged in 'the initial outdoor
track practice of the year on
Wednesday afternoon. The two
men, a hammer thrower and a
discus thrower respectively, ar-
rived at the field house during
the regular baseball practice,
and so were unable to toss the
respective implements indoors.
Undaunted, the men went out-
doors, and unheedful of the
groundkeeper's protests, held
their regular daily workout.

-Thye presence on the Michigan cam- tournament, defeating James M.
pus of Edwin F. Smellie, former Uni- Innes, 27E, in the finals, 5-1.
ted tats Nval cadmy encng cp- iththeduelling sword or epee,1
t taaerspective mcaember f en1ca-24 ih heCharles"I-I. Beardley, 26, won a round
twi, apropecivememer f te 14 robin tournament with a total of 25:
American Olympic fencing team, has points. Kellar and Edwin C. Fddy,
renewed interest in the duelling sport.: '26E, tied for second with 20 points'I
SAbout' 10 years ago, a group of fac-; each. There were ten entries.{
ulty members and students organizedI Only two entered the sabre event,
into a fencing club, which later dis-! and Howard C. Felver, 26E, was Vic-
banded. tor over Charles Beardsley, 5-2. f
The department of intra-mural ath-___ _____
letics, the medium through which
fencing may be introduced at Michigan Pictn .JArl4-rneo
as a varsity sport, is sponsoring the ; has already exceedled its quota by 30I
sport. Smellie, while training for his per cent in the drive for Olympic
Olympic tryout, is acting as coach. funds throughout the country. At
In a campus championship this least $350,000 will be necessary to pay
week 18 students entered the foils the expense-s of the Amnerican en-
contest. Paul J. Keller, 26E, an un- tic
usually apt pupil won an elimination _________________

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HAVE WHITE SWAN CEAN AND
PRESS YOUR OLD SPRING
SUIT. MAKE IT ]LOOK
46IKEI NEW. $1.00.

Bng i to our new-station in the Press Build-
ing across from the ".Maj" anytime until 8:00 P.
M. We'll clean and press itfperfectly for $1.00
That :means we will remove every particle of
dust and dirt, all lint. We'll make all minor re-
pairs and sew on missing buttons. Linings 'and
trimmings will look like new. You may save the
price of a new suit when you see how fine it look-s.
There'll be no film to attract dirt either. No
disagreeable odor. Put it right on when you get
home. We'll guarantee your satisfaction or 'no
pay.
OANE-DA"Y SERVICE If DESIRED. REGULAR
CALL FOR AND DELIVER SER-
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AN EXPERIENCED insurance solic-
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for app ointment. Box 4 care of The
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TYPING DONE at reasonable raxtes.
Mrs. Hirsch, 5.51'Church St. Phone
385-M.
STUDENT WANTS single room with
#private family for rest of semester.
Daily Box 13.
LADY 'WOULD) like sewing, mending,
or care of childlren. $2.50 per day,
andl car fare. References. Call
1363-W.
WANTED HELP
SALESMAN WANTED. Guaranteed
salary and commission. Experienc-
ed preferable. Permanent position.
Apply 708 First National Bank
Building, Saturday morning.
STUDENT WITH sales experience to
sell a highr grade electrical outfit in
Holland during the spring vacation.
Address particulars to F. Bauer, 1.5senAe,3uk-n ih'
SALESMAN WANTED to call on Ford
owners. $25 daily. Why work
hard? Our article sells itself. See1
J. H. Bell, Whitney h-otel.
FOR RENT
SPLENDID FRONT room for girl. 418
Thompson.
GARAGE !FOR rent. 1339 Washtenaw'
Call 852-J.l
$5O~0 prng acaiiq
Cal 23-3 nd IWe Wilt T1eil
L. B. J.CIIICI
FOufNTAIN PENS
FOUNTAIN PE i1 INSURAYN.CE
Have your name engraved on your
pen or pencil, price 25 certs Buy na-
tionally known fountain pens and ink

NEW('LSSBEGINNING
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IF IEOT{!1 F t. pupils of th~e vward 6
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CLOSS cn-1 ur mt o' ~casslos-
sons, tlT3PM r ;0
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Fl ED RATES ' (crnooi at 2.30 o'clock. Elight olio,~
tim'. for one or two. Insertiosns, 11li c c m, orc i ; ica l cla, s on~s, $.60
ir White space ~ag~for at sam(-3 Adl~l'm Class- ery loinda, a i
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It o'Clock Noon, patusrta.I als .~ alb Wdr n
id.'Taker" I'll (1.6l.TERRVi ' Y
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ATTRACTI~VE ".-'ilEON ItU LIL
New sly room house, ith eaiifl
viewv over the city, in cxci 1usiver! 5:-; I INUIIJS
dence section. 'I 1cu r i g s .........$40 up
Large lot, garage ,and driveway, Toirig;'with ,,garters . .. $110 up
shade trees, few mninutes walk aiC cam-I Seeluffington.
pus,. 1 620 monroo Phone 1118-J
SEvery new and modIern con venlen-
ScC, including oak floor andl finish, FINE SETP of law books, The North-
fire place, French d1'oor7, laundlry, I werstern Reporter, Price $200, at
attic, linen closet. your own termis. M~rs. Geo. 1-I.
Evwerything to be desired in tl:? way r'Ilorrison, 127 Delaware St., S. W.,
of a home. Grandl Rapids, Mich.
PrcdaM1,0 o uc sl.MYFSIA opn . _l
Priced at $2,000 for ctlicli S - ' TO ' A ES1V opn.Cl
Can be hamndled with small pay m nt 111392-M.
dlown.._.1

We ha're a fine selection .
whist wvatelies-all shapes

of men's

Realtors
110 E. Liberty St.
Evenings 259 -1

TYPE'~WRITER REPA IRE-IC
TYPE WRITERS
of all makes
-Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned & Repaired
0. D. HORILL,
17 Nick~els', Arcade
TVhe Typewriter &Stationery; Store
Dealer: CorrineaR L. C. Smith
JEWE~LRIY

S CITII.lLE R PIANO, excellent; tone.
$150 cash. Phone 2532-W,

Tel 345

$ ,4)}{

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$7,000 will buyr a doulec house.

)) _ $4
Watch tRepairing
THE ARNOLD JEWELRY STOLE'
302 S. State
?u USICAL
REED'S NOTELESS PLAYER for
ukes, banjos, excv.- Learn to play
your instrument in ten niutes.
Schaeberle &Son, 110 So.Main.
TAILOR
YOU TAKE no chances on complete
satisfaction fromi INTERSTATE
SUITS at $26.00 and $31.50.' Call
at American hotel or phone 123
this week. Mr. Mcf~nerney. (Lo-
cal tailor guarantees perfect fit).
"Fromi a thoroughly reliable Cin-
cinnati Mouse."
TYPE WRITINGi
j IL MAKES. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time. copy
Sholders, rubber stamps, ribbons,
cushion :keys, type cleaners and sup-
ples. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEVWRIER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sav. Bank Bldg.
MISCELLANEOUSr
GEN (LEXEN
All jokes aside come in and aget a
real Honest to Goodness pair of shoes
made to your order. From $8.50 and
uANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE
FACTORY
LET US PUT your yard in shape for
spring. Nursery Stock and Land-
scape Gardening. Call 2842-W.
Ann Arbor Landscape Co,
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
SEE OUR NEW PICTURES in tapes-
tries just received at

'west Side
Price is right

L. 1). Carr & C. J1. Treemiul
17 Sa. Bank B)ldg. SPheCIALF-
SATURDAY S..-A
Call at 112S White Street Saturday
betwveen 10 and 5 to see a very atract-
i've six room. home. Built to please.
Priced to sell.

rooms on each side, separate steam
hecating ifurniaccs._ Lot 66x132. Let
WILL SELL, or rent large house with
acrommodations for 24. Suitable
for either fraternity or sorority.
Splendid location. Phone Mrs.j
Marksman, 1684-R.

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$1,000 A selection of latest styles and col-
ors. Prices reasonable. Call at 923
$7,000 will buy a double house. Five Greenwood.
rooms on each side, separate steam,
heating furnaces. Lot 66x132. Let If ITRTEEN YARDS Filipino gauze
us show you thvis. white, for evening gown. For Sale
IRS. ADA GiST!INEJ cheap. Tel. 2948-5.
716 First gationatl Banik Bldg. # HANAN SHOES, oxfords, black calf
H0O,1SE size 4 '1-2 B; and brown kid, same
Special For Today 5 sze. 'Tel 2948-7.
Very attractive home with large LE I1 EPyuslc a o
living room and fireplace, dining yorI
1 roo, kithen. nd a ozy youre utrip home. Buffington, 620
romiice n oyltl u Monroe, Phone 1118-J.
room or den on first floor, 3 bedrooms_____________________
on 2nd. Attic arranged for extra be-1' SPECIAL RIDING boot for ladies or
Built 1922. Architectural features ! Gents for a few days only at $15.00
give this home a distinct appearanceI made to your measure. ANN AR-
and set -it off as different. Can sell 1 130R CUSTOM SHOE FACTORY.
at price and terms- which will inter-
est you. Will be open for inspectLion ' LOST
from ten to five today. Call at 1125
White St. i WALLET CONTAINING senior slips.
I andi currency. Reward if returned.
SHOE REP AlRIN G Call 730-11.

Telephones-.Downltown,

1+5; uptown. 3238.

THlE JAMES FOSTER HOUSE
OF ART
COSMETIC SERVICE
- Vadame, E. L. Anderson's Arcadia
Beauty Shop has been maoved to larger
ad more commodious quarters in tho
Wuertm Arcade.
Thyare now prepared to do all

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