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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1927

THE M I-- IGA

DAILY

OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE "CREWS Varsity Track Tea r Prepares for Ohio And Kansas Meet
TRAIN OAN LIGHi-T WINE AND BEERS 'ieCah i bnacCah ftemnotor.A il
I _______________1With the. idoor Rof so0l nd],Petllmst i bnacacoring jO Cac, ung o h noudos tpresent, COLUMNLS S I
(IAsoiated Prss) glass o otec ih.Capge~~I 're mhs tuvnie'd hs Inu.ou(, il: arrell and it will e easiet to se- the. Coach does not know of four men CLOSES
La~ofprtechngh.Chmage'otdoor tnick, vrth Ul,1) ('h adn1, .,- on the squad who might conpose even t2P
I UT IY - ONTHAMES, England, aweekly treat nd lthen olysml(r~ o tir en for these events. Lorniont,;A3P..AD E T
Ys r*, Ie ais t, n' t o Minia fair team. -
Mtarch 2: -Teer, wine and ohampagne *la. Xol vp~ti ie clieu' : ,F1ee nfa~ n l
glas llfuY~, Iltnt ila~tsnrlLil The team will he Fairly well rpro-
are ol te train ng menus of the Ox- rThe daily training rutine of the s Moh relay cuaru ;is apr s;In died hert( are all a)irans for places on septed In the individual events e- ______________
ford and (C rnridge boat race crews Oxfor'd c:"w i isTre at ,7a.n., mnilk fo: April i23, aumi a lirgh iisir1Wl the two mile team, while [lrnberger cording to idications. Hle 1 L0il"1'~
who are winding up their training fr a d dry biscuits. A cross countr~y ome f thel lY l.o1lt W't 'h1, ar i im onthc{tae f otusd n ompt nthO0,whthle ssn
unvesiyndsoe(. Ili i e Ii lbe rn iif~t he1Ii. 1 i'eay.IT is ( pC«.' ho- o ioor ansas. In fte pentathlon I jLOjq' -m e rand graympuse in ninNOTf
the 'i9th annual Englrrhh lwrly~a adbeakfast at eight, (;onlsistllmgsal it i> hprooih 'ir l a e w(, w lia' ewer. tha~ t lJorer will be saved contest ichi an~i est bet wilb' irr.l bewz"r . dor467
river laslsia 'n Saturduay. of tea, fish, eggs and Toast. An hf)Il's selected to r eta e thetip, fibox InI f orthe1 four ile to m, withImkei- ack Loyette, wxho willpobaly 1311 2133 si
Beer is an 'Important 'item in the. work on the Thames from Uten to the r2cc-dIt 'as Pi x )ir.l.e grot 1";I idfl olPOvlriggs andil Werful icose the discus, hammer, and shot
training of nglish oarsmen. The eleven. Lnch at 1 o'clock, illcoldl k of the sm l_, l e, lonerr.fithip gi out for the other p lces. put 1a. his three events. In te (discus, !0F11 III
non-arrival :of barrels of specialr ew tmeatsi and .Sconie. ee . 'Mor oigwill be e. .. fto r, ({ h Kal .i e VI1-. 'i'ml e~yt:aitu a alone, Sch]ravesandland Sanderson-
.from Cambridge when the light blue; practice in 1the. aftern~foon, tI a ~t u iThe'teamls to i nQ' t' M "rdii the 1r(-' not shown lip well Leonard, Barton, xwlll-proable be entered for the Wol- bHOlt IVNT_A Iar-e suite1for stu-
Crew came to . )Putney early this mnthilto'clock llCc and a gooed dinner . .aet see-( n, 1lays dare yet, to 'ie eds l PP. T i t l~ehr uletta hteie, with C,aplt. Northrop - thc (llif s ofbuzsines sen. Sileo
'wstkna noe fillcadwith more beer. Lights,,;out at I(105. C (1Jt'a ier itV Ith it)oteam ' will faced (co nell, could norsasibly gain Javelin.dobe im _'35.45yut, n
gloom prevadled the Cambridge camp, o'clock e nr'o' the medicr race. followcing a place amnong the leaders in this'race, Division.lil 13>-~2-~
until the beer arrived. English col-; America's contributions to modern Coach arrell's aiwnfal I)1'OO~llie, and unless the mien show mprove- SAN ANTONIO - Ross Youngs,I FOR R~E V r-S?~>I appan Ct. Six NOTl
]egos 'brew their own special beer English crew training are 'jazz and while it is highy lprobable thatj ieat it is likeoly that no team will be Giant outfieder,'is rapily recovering room house wih o' without garage.! Vi
from recietst handed down from ken- draw poker, the latter beng the' Mihigan will e e resentedi in Thelenitrera.i from an illness which kpt him out Phonle 9&30. 10-131-1321I"
eainto gertion The oarsmen favorite indorspot of the ormntxco mile, and four ni: X~yi hther o o half mile tam isofa uniforma good deal of the time-iPC
take wines sparingly, only a small during dull hours. The halt' miler. andi ilers are to Ce picked ;depends upon the show-'last year. FRRN-orro prmnls

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men's clothes. It's the one thing that makes
them different-that makes them what they
are-college clothes. And certainly if there
is anything in which our cloths excel-in
which they stand head and shoulders above
all others-it's in the matter of college style.
But that isn't all. Our woolens are .specially
selected. They come from the forembSt
looms, both here and in foreign lands. Prac-
ti cally all of them are exclusive wvithi us.
Then too, our clothes are :faultlessly tailored.
The kind of tailoring that would do even
a fine custom tailor proud. But as fine ad
exclusive as they are, their prices are
moderate enough to enable-and, indeed
-make it advisable for the college man
- with a very modest budget to trade here.
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