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March 02, 1918 - Image 3

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IP FORi
LCK M EET

He used to be a lazy human, of the.
Even As You and I variety, but Alas!
it's all changed now. He goes to bed
at 7:30 at night and rises at 7:30
in the morning. He subjects his car-
cass to the humilation of alternate
hot and cold baths (they give a much
desired firmness to the flesh). Me
no longer eats food, but' exists exclus-
ively on white of egg and arsenic, with
now and then a pinch of salt peter.
(This makes the hair glisten and the
eyes glide).
All afternoon you may see him in
W atermlan g5ym1nasiumn, jump])ilng rope~
and punching the bag to dev elop unz-
elassified muscles and increase en-
durance. There are times when e
even studies to keep the worry wrinkl-E
es from his brow. Every day, just be-
fore dinner, he puts one end of a
short rope in Tige's mouth, and tak-
ing the othe end between his teeth,
submits to being yanked around the

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PAYMENTS ON LIBERTY BONDS
SATISFACTORY, SAY BANKERS
Thirty-Five Students Fail to MakeI
Initial Payment n
- Bonds
Students are meeting the payments
for their Liberty bonds very well, ac-
cording to local bankers. Only about
five per cent of the people who first
took out bonds have been forced to
drop them, and it is expected that

some

later. At the First National bank,
only five students out of 100 failed to
appear after the initial payment,
while 30 of the 600 patrons of the
Ann Arbor Savings bank failed to;
complete their contracts. Quite a few
students have not called for the
checks due them, which may be ob-
tained at the bank from which the
bond was drawn, and this fact, to-
gether with the many transfers effect-
ed, has made a careful reckoning im-

>f these

ings teller of t
chanics bank, i
"It is impossi
how the studez
Liberty bond l
perfectly satisfie
are doing very

There ,is
increae yoi
advertising.

BE
AT

ON

om a numerical standpoint the
any track meet, which is to be
in Waterman gymnasium at 3
ck this afternoon, is one of the
st athletic events that have ever
n place in the University. -The
of the company entry blanks
handed in yesterday afternoon
raised the total entries to 547.
e enormous number of men cor-
g makes it absolutely essential
matters be run off smoothly. To
e this every man must be on the
tasium floor promptly at 3
ck. -No man will be allowed to
the final meet to be held a week
today unless he has competed
is preliminary one. The number
en in the final meet will depend
Le number who turn out for this
noon's event, for a second ser-
>f heats may be necessary in

yard. (This is excellent for develop-
ing the neck tendons and gives a man-
ly jut to the jaw).
After dinner he poses a short hour
before the mirror, trying the pictorial
effects of blue ink splotches above the
eyes, red ink upon the cheek bones,
Samson's weapon and other parts of
the map. Then, just before wooing
Morph, he rubs himself down with 3
in 1 oil and a soft nail brush. (This
gives a much sought glow to the en-
tire epidermis).
Time was when he lived in peace
and comfort, even. as you and I, a
blase bluffer of brews, brawn and
brevity, but training for the Opera
chorus has made of him a blighted
being of brow, balms, brushes and
baths.
Ah Ki1, de times, de customs!

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YOUNG
The Young Man is
S-
are full of "go".
- ~he can find I
actly f
Black Shoes fr
Tanor Ko Kol
119 E
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MENS SHOES

always wanting Shoes t
We cater to his wants and
here Shoes that will ex-
ill his mind's eye
o . ..:.....$5.00 to $8.50
Brown.... . .$6.00to $8.00

& DIETZEL

ashington Street

Count
the hurdles,
but probably
places will
five, second,
e scoring one.
score In the
ly five, three,

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advises that the men
been doing track work
in from taking part in
event. For those who
aing he considers that
>uld be the limit, for
o participate in more
great a strain on the

Co. 1), Second Regiment, Enters 77 i
As regards number of entries coan-
pany D, Second regiment, showed the
most spirit, that company, having 77
men entered in the various events.;
All of the companies had enough en-
trants in the relay for a team except-
ing company L, of the Second regi-
ment.
One h.undred and forty-seven men
having evinced a desire to run in the
relay, this event attracted more 'men
than any other. The 50 yard dash
was second with 116 entrants, the
shot attracted 71, while 61 were tempt-
ed to try their prowess in the high
jump. The 440 and the 880 each have
t5 entrants, and the 60 yard hurdles
and the mile received 35 and 32 names
respectively.
It is hoped and expected that some
good talent will be uncovered in this
rneet. Doctor May believes that there
are many men now in the companies
who do not know their ability and
consequently have never come out for
collegiate athletics. He cites the in-
stance of a cross country run recent-
y held at one of the cantonments, in
vhich several thousand men particip-
ated and which was won by a man
v'ho had never before competed in
uch an event.
NN ARBOR lIGIH SCIIOOL O A:1)
IN IIANS OF FRISCO POLICE
Ilaurice Fruit Alleged to Have Con-
nection With Anarchistie
Organization

A

urice Fruit, a graduate of the
Arbor high school, is being held
dice authorities in San Francisco
ing an investigation of his mlem-
ip in an alleged anarchistic or-
,ation and an alleged charge of
'tion from the National army I"'
"g refused to answer his call at,
ounty draft board in this city. 1
tuantity of ammunition, a red flag,
per giving the account of the as-
nation of Abraham Lincoln, as
as newspaper clippings dealing
persons who have been engaged
fying the government, are said to
been found in his room. Fruit is
dent at the University of Cali-

-the question that is something more than an
impromptu utterance-an expression ofgenuine
admiration when you have your Easter clothes
made for you-you alone-by our skilled tailors
from your own selection of style and fabric.

1 --,

.

We manufacture
no ready-
made Clothing

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at the Packard Acad-
nd Thursday evenings,.-
Private lessons by ap-

FRED W. GROSS

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