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One week of fun and laughter
At the Old Armory
One door west of D. U. R. waiting room on West Huron St.
First Night Sat. Evening, March 25,
To
Sat. Evening, April 1st, inclusive
(Except Sunday Evening, March 26,)
The most sensational and fun making mid-winter
Carnival ever attempted inAnn Arbor'
A $26.00 Gas Range and a $35.00 Vacuum Cleaner
Are among the valuable door prizes to be given away every evening
Every regular admission gives the holder a chance to winione of these

A $100.00 Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph
Is thelGrand prize to be given away Saturday Evening, April 1st,

Come and forget your Troubles
Doors open every Night at 7:30 P. M.

YEARLIIG UTS DEFEAT
LAWS BY IBG MARGIN
Freshmen Show Smooth Teamwork in
Hard Gane; Lokker Stars fur
Barristers
The J-law basketball aggregation
proved no match for the representa-
tives of the fresh lit class in last
night's game between these two teams,
the lawyers coming out on the short
end of a 41 to 21 score. The north-
west corner lads were outclassed in
every department of the game. .
Lokker, the law forward, started off
the game with a basket on the first
tip-off. The play all through the first
period was extremely fast, although
the lits soon left their opponents far
in the. rear. The score at half-time
was 18-8, with the freshmen in pos-
session of the heavy end.hThe second
half was much slow er than the first,
four minutes elapsing before a single
goal was made, but Lokker finally
broke the ice with two counters, fol-
lowed by two of the horseshoe variety
from Hanish.
Lokker was the bright and shining
light of the contest. His floor work
was perfect and he scored 19 of his°
team's 21 points. The lit team pre-
sented no outstanding star, the team
working together like a well-oiled ma-
chine. The yearlinigs slip into third
place by virtue of their victory.

COAGH TRIES OUT FOUR
MEN FOR INFIELD PLACES
Saturday Afternoon Practice Extended
an Hour as Usual; Harrington
Out Again
Following the custom of the past
few weeks, the Saturday afternoon
practice session was extended an hour
and Coach Lundgren kept his infield-
ers busy during the overtime period.
Newell. Brandell Walterhouse, and
W.arner held down the four positions
con the infield in the first battle front
that the coach lined up. If the coach
leeps Brandell on the infield these
four nen wouldn't form an unlikely
combination for the opening game.
The coach had Brandell at second and
Walterhouse at short. This situation
would probably be reversed and Bran-
dell would hold downhis old posibion.
Bialoskzy was performing at second
on the last infield that the Coach se-
lected and he was working in excel-
lent shape. Bialosky and Walter-
house would form an excellent comn-
bination around the keystone corner
and both of these lads nave been
pounding the ball right on the nose
in the cage.
Maltby was working around first
for a while and handled himself as
of yore. Harrington was out again
yesterday. He has been troubled with
his arm, although it has improved con-
siderably since he visited Bonesetter
Rleese a couple of weeks ago.
T IV Ei T -FOURt IMEN SURVIVE
SyraEcuse, N . Y.! iMarch 25 .-Twenty
four Varsity baseball candidates sur-
vived the first cut made by Coach Lew
Carr yesterday. As over 40 men have
reported for practice at one time or
another throughout the season, the
reduction in the squad is quite large
for this stage of the season.
A football dummy was fixed up by
the assistant managers in the cage
yesterday, and the batteries used it
as an imaginary batter. This will
make it easier for the pitchers to put
thdem over the plate and especially to
place their pitches around the "in-
side corners."
COACh SHLARIPE IN NEED OF
PITCHERS FOR CORNELL MNE
Ithaca,. N. Y., March 25.-Baseball
prospects are dimmed only by the
paucity of good candidates for the
pitching staff.
Coach Sharpe expects to have a fast
infield and a trio of outfielders that
can hit, but the problem yet unsolved
is that of locating desirable flingers.
Ten men are on the twirling squad
now, but none of them, with perhaps
one or two e-xceptions, have shown

f'roud 4if 2Q4) Itiicsses Contest;
Planlk rT'hro iv s 31 e ullen; Amiiits-
biiechler Bests Opponent
IE A VI VI0 TOR OVE R AYE RS
Five out of the seven bouts schedul-
ed for the second round of the wrest-
ling tournament were staged yester-
day afternoon, Brown and Chollette.
failing to show up for their matches,
with Reider and Blumer respectively.
A crowd of 200 witnessed the bouts.
The first match of the afternoon
was a fast and furious one between
iX cIX ullen and Planck, of the middle-
weight division. Planck succeeded in
throwing his opponent with a half-
Nelson and headlock in 3 minutes, 40
seconds.
The second bout between the welter-
weights, Ayers and Beach, - started off
with a rush. The men fougfht des-
perately for the first few minutes
without advantage on either side. At
the end of six minutes, Beach elic-
itcd the applause of the spectators by
sliplping out of a three-quarter-Nel-
son. A few seconds later, he succeed-
ed in throwing his opponent by the
same hold, assisted by a grape-vine on
the arm. The tune was 7 minutes, 15
seconds..
The nest hbout, bctween Bak r and
Whitlow, lightweights, was fast and
hard-fought and 'wenzt the :full 10 min-
utes to a draw. T'he men .will meet
again next Wtednesday.
Kiyohara, the Japanese grappler,
was no match for "Tony" Amtsbuech-
ler in the fourth event, the champion
throwing his oriental opponent in 38
seconds with a quarter-Nelson and
headlock.
The only heavyweight bout of the
afternoon, that between "Phil" Ray-
mond and Kerwine, the former Cor-
nell man, went to the latter by a roll-
ing fall in 2 minutes, 52 seconds. An
armlock and body-hold did the busi-
ness. These two men had fought to
a draw last Saturday.
cI etro it Fencers Beat Wolverines
Detroit, Mich., March 25.-Detroit's
fencing trio won two out of three
matches in the feature event of the
athletic night at the Detroit Athletic
club yesterday, beating the Urmuer-
sity of Michigan's faculty foil stars.
The DWetroit team was composed of
VattesonD ullard, and DeOrlow; the
Wolverine trio was Beak, Lockwood,
and Hayden.
W eaitler Shi lziiiig Prinaceton Scileduale
1rinceton, N .J.,larch 2.-The
baseball game scheduled for this af-
ternoon with Gettysburg, has been
cancelled. The present weather con-
ditions also make it unlikely that the
Varsity will be able to play against
Seton hall on Wednesday. In this
event, the opening game of the sea-
son will take place Saturday, April 1,
with Villanova.
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ILLNESS OF NICHOLS ELI-II-
INATES FENCING FOR SEASON
Owing largely to the sickness of
John H. Nichols, champion fencer and
coach of the sport at Michigan, a
fencing tournament will have to be
eliminated from the usual list of

Seat Sale Opens Monday, April3

events of this character for this sea-
sot at least.
Lack of available floor space in the
gymnasium makes it practically im-
possible to carry on the sport of fenc-
ing, as the only place adequate for
the staging of . such a tournament is
now occupied by the boxing and

wrestling classes. Added to this is
the fact that it is extremely difficult
to find competition for a fencing team
within reasonable distance from Ann
Arbor.
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Standing of the teams:
Team Won
Foresters....... . . 4
Architects...........3
Fresh lits...........4
Soph lits............3
J-laws..... ....2
Fresh dents.........2
Soph engineers .....1

Lost Pct.
1 .800
1 .750
2 .667
2 .600
3 .400
3 .4400
3 .250

GREEK LETTERS
AND BAD DIGESTIONS

I)ARTflOUTII BASEBALL TEAM IS
HIANIIAPPEI) BY BA~I ID WEATHER
Hanover, N. B., March 25.-Dart-
mouth, like nearly all of the other
eastern and middle west schools which
are situated in northern latitudes, is
severely handicapped by the present
w eather conditionzs.
The annual southerp spring trip is,
less than two weeks away and the'
team has but little prospects of get-
ting outside before they leave. Dart-
mouth is looking for a heavy hitting
team as the club possesses several.
long distance batters.
Penn sylvania Has C hinese Boxer
Philadelphia, Pa., March 25.-Tlhe
University of Pennsylvania will be
represented in the A. A. U. champion-
ship boxing tournament, to be held in
Boston, April 3 and 4, by Don Lew, a
Chinese student. Lew is the 135-
pound champion of the university and
has heen entered in that class in the

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