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March 30, 1916 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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This picture-" Fisherman's Luck," it's c..d -is the
cover of the Hart Schaffner & Marx Spring Style Book

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TRIP SOUTH

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Fears Veteran Southpaw's
r to Round Into Form

Coach Lundgren fears that he is go-X
ing to lose the services of about the
only veteran pitcher that is on the
staff at the present time.
With the southern trip rapidly ap-
proaching, Tom Soddy continues to be
an absentee and Lundgren fears that
the southpaw will not be in shape to
go south with the team. Scholastic'
work has kept Soddy's hands full and
his visits to the gym have been few
and far between. Because of Soddy's
persistent refusals to report, the base-
ball coach has about abandoned hope
of getting the portside twirler into
condition for the jaunt into southern
climes.'
If the weather man continues to
supply the particular brand of his
commodity that was in evidence yes-
terday, Coach Lundgren hopes to es-
cort his baseball proteges down to
Ferry Field next Saturday afternoon.
The Michigan baseball boss is anxi-
ous to turn his men loose in a real
ball lot,and he will grasp the earliest
opportunity. The outfielders may be
shipped down to the big athletic field
ahead of the rest of theusquad if a
dry enough place can be found.
Harrington and John Roberts are
both somewhat under the weather as
yet, but the coach is in hopes that they
will be in shape before long. "Rummy"
Roehm has been taking things easy
the past few days because of an in-
jured thumb, but he will be in shape
within a day or so. Roehm has been
handling himself in first class shape,
and looks every inch a catcher.
Fast- Games Start Handball Tourney
The first match in the opening round
of the doubles of the handball tour-
nament started with a rush yesterday
afternoon, Tandy and Wickett defeat-
ing Broberg and Alden in three games
by the score of 13-15, 15-0, 15-6. The
first game was fairly even, but the

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With a total entry list of 215 men,'
Michigan's third annual "dub" meet
proved a big success. Entries were
well scattered throughout the chart,
making no one event a walkaway for
any of the "feed" candidates entered.
After the established custom, eating
prizes were given out, not according
to the ability of those entered to gar-
ner first places, but in accordance with
the stand in each man had with Bil-
liken.
Prizes ranging from gum to cream
puffs, and including almost everything
that can be procured in baker shops,
candy booths, and grocery stores, were
distributed at random to the success-
ful, or lucky dubs.
The title of the "biggest dub" was
unanimously awarded to H. E. Storz,
'19, by the officials. Storz was en-
tered in nine of the 15 events, and
out of these he managed to break into
the feed column but once, that when
he annexed fourth place in the half
mile run. Storz will receive a box of
chocolate bon bons to feed the jinx
which followed him most faithfully.
The "smallest dub" was found to be
J. A. Skoog, '18, who entered in two
events and came out of them with a
first place in each. The little cripple
surprised the crowd present by chin-
ning himself 31 times, and by dipping
a total of 25 times, and easily won each
event with his sensational perform-
ances.

dwieth, -Mortoln ald'Phelps. (lark
Mile ru -- Foster, Horner, Putnam.
88S-yard run--Morton, Storz, Sturges.
Dlipping contest -- Skoog. Cantor,
Garrett.
'FORESTERS AD FRS
Reat Out Architects and Soph Lits
Re>pectively in Basketball
Race
By winning their games last night
the fresh lits and the foresters gain-
ed the right to meet tonight to settle
the possession of second place in
the interclass basketball tournament.
Their victims were the soph lits and
architects, who were defeated by the
scores of 32-28 and 26-9 respectively.
The game between the fresh lits
and the soph lits was rough, and as a

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result of personal fouls it was neces-
sary to throw out three men, Palmer,
Boyd and Wyman being the men who
were disqualified. The fight was a
close one all the way, the score at the
end of the first half being tied at
15-15.
The architects never bothered the,

foresters, who had a 10-3 lead at the
end of the first half, and proceeded
to add to it to the extent of 16 count-
ers in the second round. The fresh
dents failed to appear and forfeited
their game to the soph engineers.
Besides the fresh lit-forester game
the soph engineers will play the J-

laws tonight.
they will have
to the fourth
the soph lits,
be tied in the
night.
Patromze Za'

If the engineers win
to settle their claims
set of numerals with
with whom they will
event of a victory to-

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The prize winners were as follows:
35-yard dash-Walker, Bernheimer,
Harter, Wilson, Strauss, Atwater.
40 -yard low hurdles - Kaufman,
Crockett, Hausman.
40-yard high hurdles-Pelt.
Running high jump-Hadler, Martin,
Crockett.
Standing high jump-Gildmeister,
Rash. Walker, Heisner, Felt, Goodrich.
50-pound weight contest-Raymond,
MacLachlan, Crockett.
440-yard dash-Kaufmau, Dudley,
Walker.
Pole vault-Beery, Dancer.
Standing broad jump-Cross, Baxter,
Goodrich.
Shot put-Goodrich, Bauer, Shields,
Garrison.
Chinning-Skoo,, Canter, Clark.
Three-legged race--Mead and Mid-

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