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Will Be Fourth Man of Two-fllie Squad
to Represent Michigan at 1MIea-
dowbrook Meet
Fox has been made the fourth mem-
ber of the two-mile relay team which
will carry the colors of the Maize
and Blue in the Meadowbrook club
meet at Philadelphia tomorrow night.,
this fact was decided upon yesterday.
In the trials which were held Wed-
nesday to determine the four men who
were to represent Michigan in this
meet, Fox and Murphy ran the 880
yards in the same time. This made
the choice. of the fourth man a diffi-
cult matter to decide, but it was final-
ly cleared up, and the former will run
in the Quaker City this week with
"Cap" filling the fourth position in
the Wolverine team at Buffalo next
The team comprising Fox, Donnelly,
Ufer, and Carroll will leave with Coach
Farrell at 2:42 o'clock this afternoon
over the Michigan Central, and is sche-
duled to arrive in the Pennsylvania
metropolis the next morning. Neither
Clarence, the rubber, nor Manager
Finkenstaedt will accompany the ath-
letes on this trip.
Entrants Complete Drawing for Places
Yesterday; Many Sign Up
for Contests
Drawings in the handball tourna-
ment, which begins tomorrow, were
held yesterday afternoon in Waterman
gymnasium. The results are as fol-
Pfeiffer vs. Goldstein; Tandy vs.
Del Valle; Clark vs. Broberg; Rau vs.
George; Alden vs. Weltman; Cohn vs.
Reilly; Switzer vs, Wickett; Homer
vs. Morales. In all 17 men signed
up in this event and unless another
man can be secured to match with him
before the contest begins, Sherrard,
who was the seventeenth man to sign,
will probably play the winner of the
last two matches.
The doubles drew a few more men,
20 signing up in this event, as fol-
lows: Tandy and Wickett vs. Bro-
berg and Alden; Brandell and Switz-
er vs. Weltman and Rau; George and
Cohn vs. Kirby and Bronson; Pfeiffer
and Del Valle vs. Reilly and Homer;
Clark and partner vs. Martin and
Star Half of 1913 Team Will Help
Coach Defensive Play of
Madison, Wis., Mar. 9.-W. H. Col-
lette, halfback on the Michigan foot-
ball team of 1913, has just entered the
University of Wisconsin law school
and will be in a position unofficially
to help coach the Varsity team next
fall, Collette is a champion of Yost's
style of play.
When the question of assistant foot-
ball coach came up last fall, Collette's
name was discussed as a possibility
for the position. It is probable that
he may yet be considered if the board
of regents refuses to ratify the appoint-
ments of Buck, Soucy and Doherty. At
any rate, Collette will undoubtedly be
of great assistance to the team next!

fall, as he will be able to give the men
excellent pointers on the style of
blocking which Yost teaches.
"Fielding i. Yost's system of coach-
ing I consider tPe best in the country.
I do not think that his bIocking and
defensive work (an he bettered," said
Collette yesterday. "It is not my
coaching," said he, " lnt the Yost sys-
tem of football that has made my
teams a success at Green Bay-."
Wisconsin was pitifully w eak on the
defensive last year and it is hoped
Collet, will b1.called upon this year

Simmons to feet
Best of Jumpers
1leihigani Entrant Will Find Real Coo-
petitio in Eastern .
"Vic" Simmons cleared six feet in
the high jump over in the gym recent-
ly, but he's going to find the stiffest
sort of competition in the eastern in-
Unless all signs fail, the coming
athletic season will see the resumption
of the duel for high jumping honors
between Alma' Richards, of Cornell,
and Wesley Oler, Jr., of Yale. Both of
these phenomenal leapers are in train-
ing, and reports from their respective
college gymnasiums are to the effect
that each' is clearing better than six
feet daily. The struggle between the
two giants-one a finished specialist in
the art of jumping and the other a
great athlete who depends upon brute
strength to clear the bar-promises to
be as close and keen as it was last
Of the two, Richards is the more ver-
satile. He will compete in the high
and broad jumps, shotput and pole
vault. Both are members of the A. A.
U. Al-Amierican team for 1915-Oler
as a high jumper and Richards as the
decathlon competitor. The latter's
ability is shown by his winning the
national all-around championship last
year. When it comes to high jump-
ing, however, Oler can hold his own
vith Richards, as the records show.
Richards won the event in the last in-
tercollegiate indoor games with 6 feet
4 inches, but 01er took the champion-
ship in the outdoor games by clearing
6 feet 4 1-2 inches.
These two stars are the cream of the
jumpers that will compete at the big
meet in the east, but there are several
contestants in this event who have rec-
ords of over six feet, too. Simmons
has come to the front rapidly, how-
ever, and members of the track team
insist that he stands a big chance of
breaking into the scoring column.
Rifle Team Totals 989 Points in Match
Against Maine; ?N\o Fear of
Def eat
Three cases of hard luck marred
Michigan's scores in her rifle match
with the University of Maine, for
three men, shooting fine targets, fail-
ed by but one point apiece in get-
ting perfect scores. A total score of
989 points, however, was registered
against the Maine quintet, and from
the way the northerners have been
shooting, Michigan should have no
fear of defeat. Maine is at present
fourth in class "B", and while a fair-
ly consistentateam as a whole, has no
exceptional talent.
While Michigan is shooting in class
"B" an examination of the standings in
class "A" should place Michigan in
about fourth place in that class. Of
the 14 teams enrolled in the upper
class, but three of them succeed in
consistently b e t t e r i n g Michigan's
scores, and 10 of them appear to be
far inferior to the Wolverines.
Michigan riflemen rolled up the fol-
lowing individual scores against the
Maine five:
A. C. Simons.................199
A. K. MacNaughton...........199
G. C. Curtiss.................199
L. C. Wilcoxen................197
H. P. Nicholson ...... .....195

M. B. Cutting.................195
Team total...................989
W. J. Schoepfle............... 193
J. L. Bateman ... ............. 191
J. P. Thompson ... . .... 188
D. C. McIntyre................. 189
Yale Wrestlers Win Chani pionship
New Haven, Conn., Mar. 9.-Yale's
wrestling team won the championship
of the New England Intercollegiate
Wrestling league at its first meet in
il I1-raid 0 ymn&-iun Saturday withi
a se'ors 0! U ,points. Springfield i'.
M. C. A College and Mlassa(;hasetts
Insitut. ie of Tecihnology were ticd for
second place with 11 points each.
HO arvard had 9 pi.t an Bates
Tufts and Lbrown did not score.
Go to yeur Church Sunday. Mar. .12.

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1 The Shoes That Will Set Distinction
GLASS BASKETBALL RACE The Popularity Pace . Individualit
'Two liigh 'Teamis in aelh 'Division Eli- This Spring A re
gible for Competition in :Exclusiv
Second Round Hr ere
Eight teams remain in the basket- Our windows Will give you a better index
ball league as a result of the first of what men's shoe styles will be worn this
round elimination games which ended spring than any Fashion Magazine could give E tailor to men of taste be
Wednesday evening. The two high = ou, for in our windows you will find the most are able to give their clotd
teams in each of the four divisions will advanced styles from the leading boot makers qualities without obstrusive stri
be eligible for further competition in of the country. effect. ' . An early order will
the second roufld, beginning tonight.
In the first division, the only surviv- Priees $ and Range espeCial attention to ever
ors are the second and fourth year en- iStart at Upwards to 10
gineers. The soph engineers have a =
shade over the seniors,, having a per- - Etabishd 1865
centage of 1.000 to the seniors' .666.
Second division teams surviving the
first cut are the first and second year TAILOR MADE SUITS AT
lits. Again the sophomores seem more
liable of victory, since they have a
perfect record, whereas the 'yearlingsx '^
have a total standing -of .750. In the
third division the architects and the HEN RY & 'CO M1P
J-laws remain, the architects having - 713 Norh University Avenue
another perfect record, and the 3-bar- With Henry & Company, Tailors Tailors to Men
risters having .750 to their credit. ,
The remaining fourth division teams IDETROIT STORE 183-5 WOODWARD AVENUE 713-715 North University Aveni
are the foresters and the fresh dents. EmmmmmmmmmmodHililHliil lif l
The foresters, another perfect record
team, have the best division record, pf{RE FORFElI'S RESULT IN I M ROSS WEL NSRUE.31E J IITE1
the fresh dents following with a total INTERoIiwLAsS RELAY RAtE0 :l1
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In the second round the games
he longer and doubtless of a diff
caliber than the predecessors.
halves will be of 15 minutes dur
instead of 12 minutes. The games
commence at 7:20 o'clock and wil
until 8 :00 o'clock, and the se
games will start at 8:00 o'clock
will continue until 8:40 o'clock.
The first of the second round g
will start tonight when the sopb
line up against the fresh lits, th
chitects against the J-laws, the
engineers.against the senior engin
and the fresh dents against the fo
The standings of ti tas at


Second and First Year Lits Win Over
Senior Laws and Medies byT
Forfeit Route ! o-.+rW1 i.f+, .

'3lcNamara Only Yteerau Left on
Sqfuad; 17 1en Trying (ut
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end of the first round
Soph its-..-.....
Soph eng..............
J-laws ..............
Fresh dents .........
Fresh lits..........
Senior eng. ........
J-lits ................
Fresh laws ...........
Junior dents .........
Junior eng. ..........
Senior lits .:. .......
Senior laws ....... .. .
Senior dents........

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a on V r nt VY C"varsity Track Star w in l Try o e.lf'Fnil0 ,
will ---velopi Weight Men Saturday
1 last The second day of the inter-class M fernoon One of the biggest prollems
econd relay races resulted in another orgy_ _ will confront Coach lindgrti
andl of forfeits. the soph lits and the fresh Owing to the fact that the All-Fresh season, will bethe neces sit of de
lits winning by forfeit from the sen- track team has been unable to bring developing an eoti igla i w pit h
ames ior laws and the medics respectively. out a man who has up to date shown' staff.
h lits In the scheduled scrap between the any form as a "future great" in the McNamara is the nearest approach
e ar- senior lits and the foresters, both shot put, Coach "Steve" Farrell has to a veteran tha t adorns Lundgren's
soph teams failed to put in an appearance, arranged some special instruction for list of flingers and the stocky south-
leers, thereby ousting themselves from -the all men eligible for the freshman paw saw but comparatively little ac-
rest- tournament. team. tual work under fire last year. Sisler
I In the single race run, that between On Saturday afternoon between 3:15 and Ferguson drew the big najority
t the the i-lits and the'- senior engineers,f and 4:30 o'clock, "Cec" Cross, the Var- of the assignments, with McNmariaa
the junior team showed championship sity star in this branch of the cinder and "Bill" Davidson halving those that
Pet. form and came within four yards of sport, will be on hand to personally in- remained.
1.000 lapping the boys from the southeast struct all those who present them- Lndgren has a tutal of 17 men on
1.000 corner. Leslie, the first lit runner, selves in the gymnasium. It is hoped i the pitching staff, and he will prob-
1.000 handed Augspurger a four-yard ad- that a large number of men will make ably retain the bigger share of this
1.000 vantage, which he increased to twen- their appearance some time betweenn'
rtum-ber until ihe qua goes out
.750 ty. Then Wickliffe, the colored fly- these hours, as at present the All- doors. This list embraces the more
.750 er, brought the third-year ,men's lead Fr - h have no candidate who can even ;n'omising C " class i :gue pitchers
.750 up to forty yards, thus allowing Bur- j make things iteresting for real com- those . were w '1 eeserves, and
.666 by to romp home with the -bacon, close petit.',. ao far this :r the yearlings th All-Fr;. boxn :n
.600 on his opponents' heels. The time havo not brought forward any man
.500 follows: who can hot-t th. 16-pound ball near WES E'< AN T E 7f 'B(XlN(
.500' enough to make ,he. 35-foot mark look
.333 J-Lits - Leslie, Augspurger, Wick- uncomfortable.(_ _ Se S 1"Y F E11A N t Y
liffe, l3urby, 1 minute 59 4-5 seconds.
.333 Seor egeers-Trelfa, Jones Farrell is certain that the yearling
.250 class contains a whole world of' ma- That 0. S. We:'uun. boxing in-
.250 Brucke, Warren, 2 minutes 7 3-5 sC- terial for this event, if it can only structor at Waterman gymnasium, will
.000 onds. be brought to the surface, and it is for be on hand to meet h ; classes in o -
.00- -this reason that the coach is giving ing today, was the suance of a state-
FOX 'TR(OT PARTY 'T) BE HELD all those who are interested a special ment made last night by Mr. HJI, who
ated AT GRANGER'S ON 'IARCH 21 opportunity. has been taking :h},r'e of thf class-
first A - - - __es during the illness of Mr. Wester-
astic A Fox Trot dance will be given at GRAN SQUADRON RETURNS man. The mentor, having just recov-
fered K Granger's academy on March 21, from TO BASE WITHOUT ENCOUNTER ered from a rather severe attack of
gular 9:00 to 1:00 o'clock. The music that sciatica and being still in the invalid
by a has been secured is composed of the Amsterdam, Mar. 9.-A German stage, will most likely refrain from all
final best talent available on the campus, squadron accompanied by several work of a strenuous nature,
was and the feature of the dance, an abun- speedy destroyers conducted a suc-, About 30 men have signed up for the
tants dance of the fox trot numbers, makes cessful reconnaisance in the North coming term and i is expected that
event it an attractive affair. Tickets may be Sea and returned to its base without more will do so as soon as the in-
eet. i secured by calling 355 or 740-J. encountering any enemy ships. structor returns.

Naval Academy Gymnasts lDefe
Annapolis, Md., Mar. 9.--For the
time in seven seasons the gymn
team of the naval academy suff
defeat. Princeton won the triang
meet held in Annapolis Saturday
score of 21 to 20. Up to the
event, tumbling, the point score
so close that any of the contest
had a chance,' but Wiss took the e
for Princeton and decided the ;m

to assist in building u'-
(t'jljni Ius it4ed tO Mi '
Londo i, March 9- a!
the Briti h colonies
Concil Oa" the Empir
today by onar LTw
retary, at luncheon
of premer4 1 'ughes, o

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S I J urail
:sin tO
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