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Base Ball Goods
Indoor Balls

ATHLETES PREPARE
FOR DRAKE pEVeENT
Break All Records for Enitries; Seen
Starfs to C'ompete in Feat ure

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Nothing more appropriate for
Easter
Than a Box of
Ramer's Vera Sweet
Chocolates

220-Yard Dash
1OLTVERINE ENTRY STILL .DARK
Des Moines, Iowas April 21.-Ath-
letes from all parts of the middle west
have been pouring into this city since
early morning. Most of the compet-
ing schools arrived in time to put in
a few licks in advance of the Drake
relays, which will take place tomor-
row afternoon on Drake field.
All records for the number of en-
tries for this annual feature were
found to be broken when the entry
lists closed last night.
The special event on the program,
the 220-yard invitation race, will see
champion sprinters from various sec-
tions of the country brought together.
In the entry list of seven men, all of,
whom are said to have records of 22
seconds or better, are Smith of Michi-
gan, Shearer of Drake, Carter of Wis-
consin, Pershing, the Chicago flyer;
Barker of Northwestern, and Hoyt of
Grinnell.
When Michigan's squad of athletes
arrived over the Rock Island this
morning, a gathering of reporters was
on hand to interview Coach Farrell.
The smiling Wolverine leader refused
to state whether he would send his
men over the two-mile route, or let
them go into the longerdistance.
FRESH TOURNEY WILL BEGIN
Play in First Round Starts Monday
With 25 Men Signed Up
Short speeches by Professor Hildner
and Manager Steketee featured last
night's freshman tennis meeting, at
which 25 men signed up for the year-
ling tournament. Play in the first
round will begin Monday and will last
for three days. All matches in this
round must be played off by Wednes-
day night. Matches in the prelimin-
ary rounds will be decided by the -best
two sets out of three, but three out
of five will be necessary in the finals.
The athletic association has announced
that a cup will be awarded to the
winner. The association also announc-
es the scheduling of a mid-week match
with Ypsi Normal.
PENNSY LOSES TO HAVERFORD
THROUGH INABILITY TO HIT
Philadelphia, April 21.-Inability to
hit in the pinches cost Pennsylvania
yesterday's game with Haverford,
which the up-staters won by a 2 to 0
score. The game was a pitcher's bat-
tle throughout, no safeties being se-
cured by either side until the eighth
inning.
R. H. E.
Pennsylvania.... ......0 1 1
Haverford...............2 3 1
Batteries: Cross and Dolan; Buz-
by and Hannum.
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COACH M'GINNIS CUTS
1919 BASEBALL SQUAD

All-Fresh Team Opens
Saturday Against
Collegians

Season
Albion

Next

With the opening game of the All-
Fresh season with Albion but one week
away, Coach McGinnis today made the
first cut in the All-Fresh baseball
squad. Infielders and battery men
were the only ones to suffer, the out-
fielders being allowed one extra day;
to show their wares. For this reason
lockers in the Varsity club-house will
not be given out today, as was an-
nounced, but will be distributed on
Monday.
The following men, plus all the out-
fielders, are retained on the squad and
will report for practice tomorrow at
9:30 o'clock and 3:00 o'clock:
Pitchers: Rapp, Crockett, Dorsey,
Brand, Saunders, Cardinal, Parks,
Glenn, Maynard, Goldsmith, Turner.
Catchers: A. J. Adams, Payne, Ham-
mond, Morrison, Marcinkiwicz.
First basemen: Cooper, Smith, Wood,
Goetz.
Second basemen: Salwasser, Middle-
ditch, Ballard, Labadie, Hewlett.
Shortstops: Horwitz, Dancer, Clark.
Third basemen : Dibble, King,' Hig-
gins, T. R. Adams.
COACH PONTIUS VISITS SQUAD
Assistant Mentor Looks Over Gridiron
Candidates in Short Stay
Varsity Assistant CoachiMiller H.
Pontius paid 'a flying visit to the
sceneef spring training activities yes-
terday afternoon, looking over the ma-
terial out for practice and talking to
Coach Yost.' Michigan's new assist-
ant mentor and former veteran did
not remain long, catching the after-
noon train for Detroit. .
Practice consisted, as on the earlier
days, in running under passes and
punts, blocking and tackling and in
formation drill. The following five
names have been added to the train-
ing list: Cruse, Walker, Sorling, Cal-
vin, and Sloan.
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STAGE FINA WRESTLING
BOUTS THIS MORNING
Ileavyweight and Middleweight Bills
Promise .Xeen Competition
in Today's Matches
Manager "Tony" Amtsbuechler has
announced that all of the bouts in
the finals of tho wrestling tournament
will be held this morning at 10:00
o'clock. The scheduled matches are:
Heavyweight-F. N. Kerwine vs. V.
P. Moisides.
Middleweight - "Tony" Amtsbuech-
ler vs. "Joe" Planck.
Welterweight-M. E. Brown vs. F.
D. Reider.
Lightweight-F. D. Reider vs. "Joe"
Whitlow.
Much interest is being shown in the
first bout due to the fact that Ker-
wine has successfully eliminated all
of his opponents to date, while Moi-
sides has not yet been seen on the
mat in active competition due to an
injury to his shoulder sustained in a
friendly match just before the tourna-
ment started. Friends of the husky
Greek are backing him to give Ker-
wine a hard battle to win the bacon.
In the middleweight division "Tony"
Amtsbuechler has often been ranked
by competent judges as one of the
best amateur wrestlers in intercolle-
giate circles of America today and
his many friends have constantly
clamored for his entrance into some
of the big college meets in which
wrestling is included.. "Joe" Planck
is recognized as one of the coming
champs of Michigan mat contests, and
this pair should provide one of the
best numbers on today's bill.
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to make a loan to enable him to finish
his education, he will find it easier to
do so, if he can give a policy of life
insurance as his security that the
loan will be paid in the event of his
death before he has been able to pay
it off out of his earnings. Let us talk
it over. Harry Bacher, District Agent,
The Provident Life and Trust Co., 516
E. Madison St., Phone 735-M. apr20-22
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and where to get them.
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