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AND MURPHY MAKE
STIME_ FOR 5 LAPS
t list of Lucky Coupon hold-
s for Fresh-Soph Meet
on Saturdwj
Y MEN OUT IN F O R CE
the freshmen and sophomores
t getting into shape for their
sterday afternoon, "Joe" Ufer
p" Murphy made the best
five laps around the Water-
m track that Coach Farrell
rseen done. The two Michi-
-distance runners covered the
wits in 1 mi iute 23 seconds.
arsity men were out in force.
themselvcs for the meet at
aea week from Saturday,
io.ut 25 men will be taken to
e Catholics. About 35 entries
sent in by Coach Farrell, and
ese abcut 25 men will be se-
make the trip. Smith, Cross
d were at work with the shot,
e dash men, and Simons with
i jumping outfit, took up the
he floor.
sion to the Fresh-Soph meet
y will be by lucky athletic
upons, and 400 numbers have
awn from the two classes.
ing book coupons correspond-
he numbers given below can
ickets to the meet on applica-
[e athletic office between 2:00
and 5:00 o'clock this after-
'he applicant must present his
book at the time he applies
:icket. Tickets have been re-
or 100 others, and they will
buted to the first comers. All
uncalled for at 5:00 o'clock
lisposed of in the same way as
which are available for the

WOLVERINEE RIFLE TEAM HOLDS
FIRST PLACE IN CLASS B
l-spite Poor Eqilpmen, Local Gun-
ners Are at Top; have 20 Point
Lead on North )akota
Michigan's rifle team at the present
writing stands at the head of all the
class B teams of the Intercollegiate
Rifle association. In spite of the fact
that the club has not the best of
equipment and conditions which are
possible to be secured, yet Michigan
leads her nearest competitor, North
Dakota,. by a 20-point margin, which
advantage would be even greater if
better equipment could be obtained.
Between semesters a match was held
between Michigan and the University
of Nebraska. On February 5 Michi-
gan shot 987, which score has been
corrected in Washington and stands
officially as 988, and on February 12
almost equaled that record when 983
points were .rolled up. The Nebraska
score has not yet been sent in, and
consequently the result of the match is
not known, but there is the greatest
confidence here as to the outcome of
the contest.
Another match will be contested to-
day between Michigan and Arizona.
Every man in the club is expected. to
shoot and the match must be complet-
ed before 5:00 o'clock this afternoon.
ATHLETIC BOARD UNABLE
TO PASS .ON CANDIDTES
Election of Football and Intercollege
Managers and Assistants
Comes March 1
Owing to the fact that the names
submitted by the football and inter-
college committees, to be placed on
the ballot for baseball manager and
assistants and intercollege manager
and assistants, have not as yet been
passed upon by the faculty eligibility
committee, no ratifications could be
made at yesterday's meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Athletic
Association.
The date for election of football
manager and four assistants, and in-
tercollege manager and two assist-
ants has been set for Wednesday,
March 1, from 11:00 to 3:00 o'clock,
the place of voting to be announced
later.
The board decided to grant numer-
als to 12 men on the winning indoor
baseball team. The Pharmics, who
won this honor, will receive sweaters
with the numeral and department let-.
ter enclosed in a six-inch circle.:
The resignation of Harry Carlson as
assistant interscholastic manager, was
accepted by the board, and D. A. Mac-
Donald was appointed to fill the va-
cancy.
In future all cars stop at Goodyear's
Drug Store. tf
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wilu
Company. state St. Tailors.

MANY ASPIRE FOR

DIAMOND

HONORS

HE A R

Large Crowd of Ball Tossers Appears
at First Workouts; Caswell and
MNamuara Not Out
Following is a complete list of the
battery candidates who reported to
Captain George Labadie of the Michi-
gan baseball team for workouts in the
gym yesterday afternoon:
Catchers-Bowman, Hill, Gardner,
Payne, Shutes, Bowles, Arentz, Moore
and Dunne.
Pitchers-Glenn, Miller, Golden, Ga-
riepy, Toles, Stuart, Hubbard, Gore,
Deyo, Weideman, Cartwright, Davis,
Reid, Robins, Getts, Ohlmacher,
Wright, Niemann, Brucker, Dubes, Cut-
ting, Breitfeld, Soddy and Honey.
The names of Caswell and McNa-
mara are missing from the roster of
pitchers, while Captain Labadie as-
serted at the conclusion of the day's
exercise that he believed several other
first class catchers would be out before
the end of the wek.
Two members of last fall's football
team are numbered among the aspi-
rants for diamond honors, "Wally"
Niemann and "Morrie" Dunne both
affixing their signatures to the list
that .Captain Labadie tacked on the
wall.
"Wally" Niemann's great brother
will be one of the candidates for a'
permanent position in the outfield, so
there is a possibility that the Michi-
gan rooters will see a couple of
brothers on the same team. "Billy"
Niemann is one of the most talented
outfielders remaining in college, and
along with Captain Labadie is fairly
certain of receiving a regular assign-
ment in one of the three outlying dis-
tricts.
A year ago "Wally" did most of the
flinging for the sophomore lits and al-
though he wasn't particularly annoyed
by a heavy correspondence with big
league scouts, still he did some ex-
cellent work and gave considerable
promise. Captain Labadie is keeping
his eye on Niemann for he believes he
may have the stuff..
Manager Steen of the baseball team
has issued a call for more tryouts for
the office of assistant baseball mana-
ger. Sophomores who wish to com-
pete for theeplaces should report to
Manager Steen or one of the assist-
ant managers at Waterman gym this
afternoon during the baseballcpractice,
from 1:00 o'clock to 3:00 o'clock.'
RICHARDS, CORNELL TRACK MAN,
SHOWS UP WELL AT POLE VAULT'

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ARMENIAN

Tickets on sale ati Whr'seve ry A or,
Prices 25c, 5cay
Entire Main Floor an~d FIr-st B3alcony Ksr

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30 137 140

50 69 80 84,
141 148 172

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361 385u

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prive the Ithaca university of several
points In the intercollegiate champion-
ships next May. He has had a spe-
cially heavy and strong pole made for
Richards that will limit his vault to
11 feet 6 inches. He has had little
difficulty in clearing the bar at this
height, and will try for the 12 foot
mark as soon %s Trainer Moakley gives
hi nnn csnt

IO B I NSON *IS 'WORLD BEATERi

IS COACH CURIRAN'S ST AT EMENT T : Xm: 6,';R{;JAN['

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Alma Richards, sensational Cornell
track man and winner of the high
jump in the Olympic games at Stock- Install Shelving in Science Librar;
holm four years aao, has taken up Steel shelving for the library of th
pole vaulting, and according to a state- new natural science building has re-
ment given out by his coacn and train- cently arrived and is being installe,
er, it is expected that he will clear by the General Fire Proofing Co.
better than 12 feet. Due to the great demand for steel b3
Trainer Jack Moakley is not partic- the belligerent nations the arrival o
ularly anxious to have Richards take the shelving has been somewhat de
up this branch of sport, for fear that layed, but when installed will be cap
he will injure himself and thus de- able of holding about 15,000 volumes.

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With the announcement that "Al"
Robinson, Michigan's best hope in the
middle distance events, is ineligible,
comes Jimmy curran s statement that
Robinson is able to beat both "Ted"
Meredith and Wilcox. Curran has a
world wide reputation as coach and
trainer, and was quoted as saying that
"Al" Robinson of Michigan would beat
Meredith and Wilcox in the intercol-
legiates next May. Curran knows both
men thoroughly, as he had them to-
gether at Mercersburg when Robinson
was accredited with wonderful times.
The Michigan aily iti rest of the
year-$1.50: *

I~ur ~g j~':~' Qy ' ' hch the
.3224 cases were treated, O this nun~
er 18 were (ases oi Ia gripe, while
there Were 27 caeii O middle ear dIs-
eases resulting fr-om Ia grippe.
the month are diphtheria, with wh
13 were afflicted; appendicitiso which
th ere wen' ~ s;m ecse
scaret fever. Treatment was givE
to 4'i Uor iasal treuble, 25 for into
gestion, 20 for septic tonsils, 8 for
eczema, ) for insomnia. 4 for quinsy,
10 for lumbagn, and 7 for rheumatism
Shoes repaired while you wait. 0.
G, Andres, 222 5. State..tf

(Continued o]

THE DAILY SPORTOSCOPE

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Once again, the disposition of George
Sisler has arisen in baseball circles.
When Sisler left Ann Arbor last
June to report to the St. Louis Browns,
the Pittsburg Pirates put in a claim
for the Wolverine's services. The
Smoky City outfit protested violently
against Sisler's playing with Branch
Rickey's team, but Sisler remained and
finished the season in St. Louis, tak-
ing part in over 80 games.
The case was never really settled,
as Sisler stated that rather than go
to Pittsburg, he would withdraw from
baseball entirely. Thus the case was
left indefinitely, and now that Branch
Rickey is no longer actively in charge
at St. Louis, Pittsburg is making an-
other effort to land the Michigan star.
Sisler's reasons for wishing to re-
main with St. Louis were based upon
the fact that in doing so he was work-
ing under his former coach. It will be
remembered that Rickey took Sisler inI
hand during George's early career at
Michigan.
Now that Rickey will- not have con-
control, Pittsburg is stepping to the
front with another effort to separate

Sisler from St. Louis. It is rumored
that George is dissatisfied with pres-
ent conditions in St. Louis, since Rick-
ey is no longer the manager. Then,
too, a story is current in St. Louis to.
the effect that Manager Fielder Jones
has decidedto use Georgerexclusively
as a pitcher, while Sisler wants' to
play first base.
If these reports be true, it seems
that George would make less stren-
uous efforts to stick with St. Louis
should the Pittsburg club present its1
claims again. The Pirate management
is basing its contentions upon the fact
that Sisler is alleged to have signed
with them before he affixed his sig-
nature to a St. Louis contract, thus
rendering the second void.
However the question is settled, this
week's adjustment of the case will
probably be final. Had Sisler's record
last season been a poor one, or but
mediocre, the Pirates would not be so
anxious to land the former University
of Michigan man, but Sisler's record
was so good and such a brilliant fu-
ture was predicted that Dreyfuss is
determined to secure George if pos-
sible.

PILLS AND
PLUS-ENTITY,

As a people we are devotees of the Pussiant Pill-"Worth a guinea a box," "They work
while you sleep," "You take them and they'll do the rest," etc., would fittingly serve as
lyrics for that national anthem that we are going to have sometime.

THE

RENELL EN
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

H OS PIC E

Aims to so correctly prepare your food as to build up your plus-entity and eventually elim-
inate the purple pellet from your daily dietary.-That "two negatives make a Positive"
may be good mathematics but two wrongs never yet made a right.

Eating things that poison you so that nature unaided canu.tp
properly-eliminate the resulting toxins is not good sense.

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