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Showing of Spring Suits
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One Thing That Being Alay at College Ought
to Teach a Girl
is choosing a wardrobe fit for a gentlewoman, without the help of
Mother and more experienced older sisters.
And the simplest way to learn that is to keep in touch with a
shop whose clothes are invariably in good taste.
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PUBLISHED BY
The American Law Book Co.
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.

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Hack & Co.
(Established 1857)
The Cap and Gown
Section
Invites Senior Women of the
University to take advantage
of our excellent service in
securing Costumes for the
Junior Play in March.
(THIRD FLOOR)

SFORM FIT
BERWICK
AR ROW
JormYtCOLLARS
are curve cut to tieshoulArs
peffctly. I cents cac t, 6 rgoc
CLUETT, PEABODY & COsINC2Vakers
APPARENT LACK OF INTEREST
HOLDS UP INDOOR SCHEDULE
Practice will start tonight in the
interclass indoor baseball league, but
on only one diamond. The net for the
diamond at the west end of the gym-
nasium has not yet come from Chica-
go. Scheduled games were to have
been played tonight, but had to be
abandoned because not enough team
managers have turned in their names
to allow a schedule to be made out.
If the other net arrives in the nextj
few days and Director Rowe hears
from the other managers of class
teams, a schedule probably will be in!
effect by the middle of next week. De-
lay in receiving the nets, and loss-of
the names of the class managers, has
held back play in the indoor diamond
sport this year. Last year the games
were on early in the winter.
Michigan Dame's Dance, Friday,
March 2, 50 cents per couple. Married
students invited. 2

ARCADINS 'COME
OUT ONLONG[END
Soundly Trounce Trigon Aggregation
in Final Game in Fraternity
Chiamiionship Round
RYCHNER AND CARTWRIGHT ARE
INDIVIDUAL SHINING LIGHTS
Both Teams Display Exceptional
Brand of Basketball; Winners
Get Prize Clock
Starting hostilities with a smash
and falling back on steady playing,
the Arcadia team grabbed the cham-
pionship from the Trigon aspirants
last night with a decisive score of 22
to 13. The Trigon squad, after allow-
ing its opponents to roll up 15 points
in the first half, settled down and the
game wound up with the losers tossing
freely in a rally that was cut short
only by the sound of the whistle.
In the first half, the Arcadia team
was most successful. Playing was
hard on both sides, but the men with
the green and red sweaters seemed
more accurate when it came to basket
shots. In this half Rychner and Cohn
of the winners appeared to best ad-
vantage. The style of the Trigon at-
tack was well planned, and the quin-
tet used a well organized system of
play. The team was'much stronger
on the offense than on the defense, and
the Arcadians were able to score fre-
quently during their short possessions
of the ball. Long shots by both teams
were loudly applauded during this
period.
Leaders Maintain Lead
After a short rest, th contestants
resumed the struggle in real earnest,
the leaders to maintain and increase
their lead and low men to catch up
with the game. Cartwrignt, the Tri-
gon guard, became effective to the
last degree and the Arcadia forwards
found it difficult to add to their score.
While more even than the previous
session, the second round also stood
with the exception of the last few min-
utes to Arcadia's advantage. In this
division of the time, the Trigon team
succeeded in tossing a mark of six,
while Arcadia added seven points to
its credit, making a winning total
of 22.
Play Close All the Way
In the windup of the fraternity and
boarding house league, the play was
at no time decidedly one-sided and a
large gallery of rooters witnessed a
contest which was fast and in which
both sides came in for their just share
of the applause., Men featured in the
Arcadia victory were Rychner, the
scoring forward; Hammond, the cen-
ter, and Walls, whose work at guard
was an important factor of the game.
On the Trigon side of affairs individual
ability was displayed by Cartwright,
one of the fastest guards on the cam-
pus, and Cruse, whose work at for-
ward was directly responsible for the
majority of the Trigon counts.
The lineup: Trigon-Cruse and
Reavil, forwards; Cartwright and
Cooper, guards; Ohlenmacher, center.
Arcadia-Rychner and Cohn, for-
wards; Stotzer and Walls, guards;
Hammond, center.
Substitute-Hyde for Reavil.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. tf
Initiation Banquets, Dinner Dances,
Dancing parties. Delta Cafe.
27-8, 1-2-3-4

Elect Johnson As
Fresh Track Head
Captn-elect Took "igh Honors in
Meeting with Toledo
Squad Men
Carl E. Johnson of Spokane, Wash.,
was elected captain of the 1917 All-
fresh track team yesterday afternoon
by a unanimous vote of the yearlings
track squad. Manager Sanders acted
as chairman pro tem.
Out of a large number of aspirants
almost equally qualified for the office,
Johnson received the honor of lead-
ing his team-mates in the succeeding
clashes of the season. Captain John-
son proved himself most eligible ,to
the captaincy by his performances in
the meet held last Saturday night
against the Toledo aggregation, when
he took individual honors in the bat-
tle. His strong point is the hurdle,
high or low, although preferably the
latter, while he.can perform with al-
most equal gusto in the dashes and
high jump.
After the election the captain-elect
responded to a call for a speech and
stated that the 1917 yearling team
had the best outlook of any such team
entering the University for manysea-
sons past; that the team intended to
go out and win every meet in which
it was entered and could give the Var-
sity or any other team a good run.

Spring Coat Groups Radiant

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If You Seek
For unvarying quality in Men's
Wear you will find satisfaction at

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BOILERMAKERS

Coat materials were never so rich nor the colorings so gay and
becoming as they are this season. From hundreds of striking varie-
ties presented at the leading New York ateliers we have chosen for

M t857-Dry Goods,

Class Relays Result in Victories
Fresh and Soph Lits; Other
Races Postponed

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Two relays out of four possible
chances were run off yesterday after-
noon. In the first tilt, the fresh lits
humbled the fresh engineers in a close
race, the literary runners tearing off
theisr everal dashes of a lap-and-a-
half per man with a team record of
2 minutes 31-5 seconds.
The sopb lits then proceeded to
take the measure of their brother en-
gineers in another close race, Thomp-
son of the lits winning the race for
his team after starting behind his im-
mediate rival as anchor runner. The
time for the winners was 2 minutes
11 1-5 seconds, while the engineers ran
it in one more.second.
Neither the J-lits nor J-engineers,
who were slated to mix things, ap-
peared on the scene. The race be-
tween the fresh laws and the fresh
soph medics was postponed until Sat-
urday afternoon.
J-ENGINEERS TAKE TITLE IN
INTERCLASS HOCKEY CONTESTS
Without a single loss chalked up
against them for the entire season, the
junior engineers emerged undisputed
champions in the ice-rihk sport for the
1917 season. Second honors go to
both the fresh and sophomores of thej
same college, who are both credited
with a single loss apiece.
The junior-senior team, also of the
engineering crowd, succeeded in tak-,
ing the measure of the upper-class
team of the literary college in one of
the snappiest hockey scraps of the
season yesterday afternoon, the final
score standing 3 to 2.
Delta Cafe can accommodate twen-
ty couples. See Mr. Konold. 27-8,1-2-3-4
There is opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ads. Read them.

these opening displays models
tendencies of the moment.

that accurately represent the best

, Furniture and Women's Fashions-1917

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There are coats here for motor,
street or dress wear-fancy and
tailored models of soft wool vel-
ours, gunnyboyles, English tweeds,
poiret twills, Bolivia, tricot, jersey,
poplin and checks.
Among the unusual colors are
apple green, crushed raspberry,
mustard and sand besides copen-

TYPEWRIT RS
For Rent or Sale

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THIEMultigraphing
Varsity Toggery Mimeopraphing
SHOP Hamilton Business Ci
1107 S. University Ave.t ead i
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hagen, navy
$15.00, $20.00,

and black. PrIes,
$25.00, $35.00 to $60.

A stunning swagger coat of gold
Bolivia is belted and lined through-
out with striped Paisley satin.
Price, $60.00.

Electric Auto Heater-Keeps Your Engine Warm
Costs very little to operate
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
if its not Rigtat we make it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.

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SILK TAFFETA COATS

in deep navy blue and black are among the very newest arrivals.
One is trimmed with gray satin collar and cuffs and lined to match.
Priced $25.00 and $45.00.
SHOWER PROOF COATS
of cravenetted English tweeds, are built on full sweeping lines with
belts and large convertible collars; seven-eighth or full length.
iced $20.00 to $30.00.

(SECOND FLOOR SALONS)

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WOMEN CHOOSE CAPTAINS FOR
INTERCLASS BASKET SERIES
Substitute teams in women's basket-
ball elected captains at the Wednes-
day practice. Those chosen were:
Harriet Walker, '17, Ann Miller, '18,
Dorothy Sample, '19, and Lucy Huff-
man, '20, of their respective class
squads.
The subs have three games on their
schedule, the first of which will take
place between the juniors and seniors
at 4 o'clock on Wednesday, March 7,
as a curtain-raiser to the fresh soph
regular contest at 5 o'clock. The un-
derclass subs will compete at 2 o'clock
the following Saturday, and the win-
ning teams will dispute the sub cham-
pionship on Wednesday, March 14.
The possession of the cellar will
probably not be determined, unless the
losing teams arrange a game on their
own initiative. The season will close
with the cup game on March 16.

"eThe L as t Days
of Pompeii"
AThrilling Picturization
of Bulwer Lytton's novel.
A Gigantic Spectacle
The first step in a campaign for
good moving pictures.
Arcade Theatre
March 6
Featuring hot soda for zero weath
Bloomfields. N. University.
Banquets and Dinner Dances e
clusively. Delta Cafe. 27-8, 1-2-3

Grinnell Bros.' Music House

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Five new Olivers,. num-
ber nines. Five bargains for five
persons needing typewriters. Ham-"
ilton Business College, State and
William. 2-8'

MISCELLANEOUS
PRIVATE BOARD $5 weekly. Inquire
at 410 Church St. '.Phone 450-R.
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For March Records out February 28th

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