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Ferry field:
- Company A, fence
y B, soft ball; com-
throwing; company
d 50-yard dash.
of the above com-
e during the athletic
join in the setting
he close of the per-
e to bring their own

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fielding gloves to practice and will be
supplied with bats and balls by Dr.
May. The diamonds are being prepar-
ed for use with hard baseballs and
will be ready for play tomorrow aft-
ernoon.
There is a lack of chest protectors
and catchers'- mitts and all students
are urged to loan any equipment of
this kind to Dr. May for use by the
company teams.

Scene in Vitag
M. P. No. 8.
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Charles F. Lambert, ex-'19, arrived
from Detroit last night and will re-
main here today. Students desiring
information in regard to the United
States naval reserve can communicate
with him by calling 131 today.
Every man in the R. O. T. C. will
have had practice in baseball before
the end of the term, according to the
plan devised by Dr. May. The regu-
lar company teams will commence
practice this week and will play the
first inter-company games Saturday
morning from 10 to 12 o'clock. The
schedule for the games will be pub-
lished Friday morning.
As soon as the teams are practicing
and an idea obtained as to the num-
ber of diamonds that will be requir-
ed for this work, Dr. May intends to
devote the remainder of the ball fields
to general use by all the companies
for hard ball practice. In this man-
ner it is planned to give every man a
taste of real baseball before the end
of the semester. As many teams as
possible will be developed in the dif-
ferent companies.
Men in charge of the company teams
are requested to report promising ma-
terial to Dr. May so that the freshman
and Varsity coaches may get a Iine
on the class shown by members of the
teams.
The R. O. T. C. band will assemble
at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning in
front of Hill auditorium.
Plan Purchase of Detroit T. Property
Detroit, April 27.-Purchase of the
Detroit university school propertyf
located on Elmwood avenue betweenY
Congress and Larned streets will pro-
bably be made by the city this year.
City bonds will be accepted by the
owners in payment. The price has
been set at $165,000.
The property will be used as a
recreation center. Buildings will be
used for recreational and athletic pur-
poses.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. L Chapman's
ia tne place. 11 S. MaIl.--Adf.

WHAT'S GOING ON
TODAY
12 o'clock-YounghPeoples' Bible
class meets at the Presbyterian
church.
12:15 o'clock-Prof. John R. Brumm
speaks to Methodist Young Men's
Bible class in Lane hall.
4 o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State street.
4 o'clock-Mr. N. C. Fetter talks
to draft detachment in Lane hall.
6:30 o'clock-Young Peoples' so-
ciety meets at the Presbyterian church.
6:30 o'clock Wesleyan Guild meet-
ing at the Methodist church.
6:30 o'clock - Plymouth Round
Table meets at the Congregational
church.
7 o'clock-Jewish student congre-
gation meets in Newberry Hall.
7:30 o'clock-Jewish Student society
Imeets in Lane hall.
7:30 o'clock-Dr.T. M. Iden lectures
at the German Methodist church, West
Jefferson and Fourth streets, on "The
Holy Land."
8 o'clock-Menorah society meets
in Newberry Hall.
TOMOR9W
7 o'clock-Smoker in Lane hall for
the draft detachment of army mechan-
ics.
8 o'clock-M. Jean Picard lectures
in Hill auditorium.
U-NOTICES
The lecture by Mrs. J. V. Strauss,
scheduled for tonight at the Methodist
church, has been postponed because of
the illness of the speaker.
Our Advertisers don't need guaran-
tees.-Adv.
Gasoline 25c, Polarine 50c. Staebler
& Co., 117 S. Ashley St.-Adv.
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv.

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Lady Algy," at

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TODAY

Majestic -- Annette Kellernian
in "A Daughter of the Gods."

Wuerth-Geraldine Farrar
"The Devil Stone." Also Sonc
Democracy, No. 6, "A Presiden
Answer."

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of

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Orpheum- Henry Walthall in
"Humdrum Brown." Also Com-
edy, "A Preacher's Son."

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Use the Daily classified col

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and

A RCA
SHOWS AT 3:oo, 6:3o, 8
isc Unless Otherwise

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:30
fied.

Mon-29-Edith Storey in
and Drew Comedy,
of Mind."

Tues-3o-Viola Dana in "Blue
(Ret.) and Pathe News.

Rae Theater
TO-DAY
DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS

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Saunders' Canoe Livery.
On the Huron River
Canoes for sale on easy payments

the King of Smiles in
"FLIRTING WITH
FATE"

Some Flirtation

Used Canoes for sale $10.00 up
Canoes for rent by the hour, day, week
or trip
New Canoes for rent by the season

Also RAE REVIEU
Always a real show at
THE RAE

Matine

AR RICK
DrETRO IT

Nights
.500 to
$1 50

PIECE

k Seats Now Selling

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Maxine

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Maclyn
Arbuckle

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