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FRATERNITY - BOARDING HOUSE
FINALS BOOKED FOR
Followers of basetball and more
especially the fraternity and boarding
house league are now in a position to
speculate on their favorites. At pre-
sent there are five teams which will
fight it out for the championship.
They are namely: Linda Vista, Tri-
gon, Arcadia, Phi Delta Theta, and Phi
Kappa Sigma. Three teams are now
in the semi-finals and the Linda Vista
will play the Arcadia five one Fri-
day night to decide the fourth contest-
Mr. Rowe wishes to inform the
teams in the league and the campus in
general that Waterman gymnasium
will be closed all of today and games
scheduled for tonight will be played
off on Friday night. The freshman
track meet will hold sway over the
gym on Saturday night and matches
.which were to be played on Friday
night will be postponed until next
J-ENGINEERS MAKING BID
FOR TOP HONORS IN HOCKEY
Two Upper Lit Classes Trim Soph
Engineers in Yesterday's
Weinberg's coliseum has been the
scene practically every day since
this semester began of some tilt be-
tween class teams of puck chasers.
Although it is early in the season to
hazard a prediction as to the ultimate
outcome of the contest, it would seem
that the representatives of the J-en-
gineers will be coming -strong at the
finish, while the active youths who
play for the fresh lits are showing a
marked ability to net the puck more
frequently than their opponents.
Owing to a lack of adequately sea-
soned material, the senior and junior
lits have combined into one team. The
dents have been unable to get going
yet, but intend to take their place on
the schedule in the immediate future
with a team which will make the other
aspirants keep awake.-
The soph engineers fell before the
combined upper class lit forces to the
score of 2 to 1, in the game played
today. The lineups were:
Senior-junior lits-Hildner C., Un-
derwood G., Petermann R., Opal
(Capt.) P., Oldiner C. P., Rospury, R.
W., Hopkins, L. W. Sophomore eng-
ineers-Chopp C., Grapp G., Ferguson
P., Zylstra (Capt.) C. P., Reynolds R.
W., Monney L. W.
TRYADS TO MAKE TRIP THROUGH
DETROIT ENGRAVING PLANTS
Members of Tryads decided to make
a trip through the larger engraving
and printing plants of Detroit in the
near future, at their meeting last_
night. An invitation is extended to
anyone desiring to make the trip with
the members. Those who are planning
to do so are requested to attend the
meeting next Tuesday evening so that
proper arrangements can be made.
Revive Idaho Anti-alien Land Bill
Boise, Idaho, Feb. 21.-An anti-
alien land bill, which was killed by
the state senate Feb. 3, as the result
of protests by the Japanese embassy
to the state department at Washing-
ton, was reintroduced in the senate
Prof. Road Addresses Rotary Clubs
Prof. W. C. Hoad of the sanitary en-!
gineering department addressed the
Rotary club at its weekly meeting,
held at the Union, Wednesday noon.
His subject was "Some Principles of
GIVEN HOLID1 TODAY
11ORE MEN COME OUT BUT COACH
STILL LOOKS FOR IN.
Coach Lundgren's baseballers will
take a one-day rest over today. The
gymnasium will not be open and the
next practice will be held tomorrow
at the usual time.
The turnout yesterdayshowed an
improvement, more men being out,
but the coach stated that he could
use more infield men. At the present
time there are only four names listed
under the first base column, two un-
der short stop, and two under both
second and third.
Three more pitchers signed up yes-
terday, Gotfredson, Brand, and Dwyer,
making a total of 21 hurlers altogeth-
er. Two new catchers are listed,
Haidler and Payne, bringing that to-
tal up to nine, while two additional
first sackers, Gardner and Newell, and
two additional outfielders, Reem and
Gracey, were subscribed to the reg-
Thus far only nine have signified
their intention of trying for an out-
Ann Arbor grocers an butchers
now in attendance at the state conven-
tion of grocers and butchers at Kala-
mazoo, as well as a numbe who will
go there this morning, will attempt to
bring the next convention to this city.
Captains of the teams wnich will
wage the $30,000 campaign for the
Y. M. C. A. will meet tonight at the
association building. An additional
team to be captained by roster Gay-
lord has been organized, bringing the
total number up to eleven.
The local chapter of the Sons of the
American Revolution will give an en-
tertainment at 8 o'clock tonight in
Pattengill auditorium of the high
school for the benefit of the Old La-
Boy Scouts of America are being
formed into a large organization in
Ann Arbor, while a council of busi-
ness men will act in an advisory ca-
pacity to the local branch. Horatio
J. Abbott, city postmaster, has been
made president of the council, with
Bernard S. Mason, '19, acting as scout
There is said to be a dearth of scout
masters and assistants, and students
having had experience in scout work
will, be welcomed to serve in these
positions. Those desiring to enter into
the project are asked to communicate
with Mr. Mason at the scout head-
quarters in the city Y. M. C. A.
The publicity and membership com-
mittees of the Ann Arbor chapter of
the American Red Cross society will
meet at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in
the physiological laboratory of Dr. W.
P. Lombard in the pharmacology build-
ing. Dr. Lombard wishes the mem-
bers to enter the door directly opposite
the flag pole on the campus.
ROUND-UP CLUB HOLDS DINNER
DANCE AT UNION CLUB HOUSE
The Round-Up club held an in-
formal dinner dance at the Michigan
Union last night, attended by 75 cou-'
ples. The hall was elaborately dec-
orated in red, white, and blue in honor
of Washington's birthday.
"It pays to come down town"
Southwest corner of Liberty and Main Sts.
this popular shoe in
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Have you considered next winter'9 overcoat prob-
lem or are you putting it off? You know you will
have to have one and we assure you that prices, will
be higher next fall. Isn't it good business to buy one
now while you can get the pick of our stock for 1
Home of Hart Schaffner and Marx clothing
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AT. THE THEATERS
* Majestic-"Fraternity Boys and *
* Girls." *
We have just received
Orpheum-Vivian Martin in "The
Arcade-June Caprice in "A Mod-
Reule Conlin, Fiegel Co.
t Ifr Cote
One of Our Dinners
Served from 1110o 7
Rrgu ar Dinner 35o consists choice of
m;-ats; ia-ned or toiled pottoes; one
vegelaole, choice of pie or puddiun; tea,
c ffec. or m lk
SPECIALS, as served
Soup .10 with imeat order .05
Roast cr Frica-see of chicken .25
R .t-I P iin Ribs o B-ef .25
R-a.'t Leg f Veit withm Drv~ssing .23°
Pork Sausa, e wiIh Sweet Potatoes .25
Pork Ch. p. breaided. Extra SpeciaIl*.25
*mnall Steak with Onions. Ex. Spec'! .25
Bret, a , Ma lied -'otatoes included
withh bve meat orders.
amide Orders Extra
P , ato- muas.ed .05 Stewed tomatoes .051
Potato, b loilsd ,05 Stewed corn .05
Potati *es tried .o5 Stewed peas ..05
P< to es g' rman criedi .05 1
in "Ex- *
Tailors ar. rushed during
the opening spring days.
Let us suggest to you the
wis'iorn of ordering your
Spring Togs NOW. Our
new line is complete and
we are prepared to serve
you best at-this time.
516 & WILLIAM ST.
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AT THE WHITNEY
Spectators of the Lyman Howe mov-
ing pictures which come to the Whit-
ney theater Saturday afternoon and
evening will be piloted into the depths
of the antarctic, via Sir Douglas Maw-
son's polar expedition.
Another feature of the program will
depict the grandeurs of natural scen-
ery in Yosemite national park. Ani-
mated cartoons and the recent auto-
mobile race at Wilkes-Barre complete
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ao,11;u aI le ptes per cut .05
Lard .05, with cream 10
Coffe- 05 Tea .05
Milk per oottle .05
Open All Night. J. A. QUAC
Rice cus- I the
University hospital for quincy.
AT THE MAJESTIC
k H. L. McMichael, '20D, 549 S. Div-
ision, was operated on recently for ap-
pendicitis at the University hospital.
James D. Thorburn,'18E, 610 Church,
was confined Tuesday to the Univer-
nobbiest line of
Floyd Young, '20, 408 E. Jefferson Prof. and M
was confined yesterday morning to the and Mr. and Mr
otology departmeit of the University chaperon the
hospital to be treated for ottis media. Saturday evenii
John D. Rue an
Ray A. Younger, '20, 525 Walnut, M. Grinnell are
was sent to the otology department of Friday evening.
nounced for Parties
rs. Louis H. Boynton
rs. Burton G. Grim will
dance at the armory
ng, and Prof. and Mrs.
d Mr. and Mrs. Edward
to act in that capacity
Starting this afternoon and continu-
ing for the remainder of the week, the
Fraternity Boys and Girls will be the
attraction at the Majestic theater. This
play is in the nature of a revue, but
possesses enough plot to give sequence
to the scenes used.
Six complete scenes will be shown,
including a fraternity house. gym-
nasium and campus scene.
AT THE ARCADE.
The special holiday attraction at th
Arcade today will be June Caprice in
"A Modern Cinderella," and the story
of the poor, doW)-trodden little daugh-
ter of an extremely rich family isn't
much like the old tale of Cinderella.
DISCUS MEXICAN EXPEDITION
IN NEXT ISSUE OF INLANDER
The Inlander is due to appear next
Wednesday. Somewhat wider in its
scope than the article on coeducation
and Michigan athletics, is the "Border
Patrol", written by a member of the
late expedition into Mexico.
Expressions of opinion have been re-
ceived from A. L. Weeks, '10, Charles
Phelps Cushing, '07, Walter Kellogg
Towers, '10-'12L, and Miss E. Bertha
Person, '09, and others of the Michigan
alumni, regarding Maurice Dunne's
article. William W. Slater, instructor
in physics, has contributed an analysis
of the situation, entitled, "Responsi-
bility and Athletics."
in. the city.
Also a big line of th
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Grinnell Bros.' Music House
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