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1912 and 1913 baseball teams, has de-
cided not to return to Washington.
Johnny, was commissioned in the navy
and has now decided to retire..
Wednesday, Jan. 22,
ONE NIGHT, ONLY!
WOLVERINES NOT TO SEND .
TEAMS TO ATHLETIC MEETS
Michigan will not send a team to
FAMOUS MICHIGAN END
CIVES LIFE I'N SERYICEi
TRACK SQUAD HAS
EASY TIME MONDAY
Coach Farrell sent the track men
through a light work-out yesterday
as is his custom on Mondays. He says.
the Amateur Athletic Union indoor
track meet, to be held in Brooklyn,
March.8, according to Director Philip
G. Bartelme. He stated that it was
not only Michigan's policy not to send
teams to these contests but likewise
the policy of other Conference univer-
Letters have been sent to the differ-
ent schools and colleges announcing
two indoor meets, a junior and a sen-
ior, to be held in Brooklyn on Feb.
15 and March 8, respectively.
Last year Pennsylvania took the
team championship with a squad of
five men, while Cornell took the Med-
ley relay title, the only team race on
BEST FOOTBALL MEN
EVER SERVED UNDER
SELWYN & Co.
Curtis G. Redden, '03, one time fam-
ous Michigan end, and late lieutenant
colonel in command of the Illinois
regiment in the Rainbow division sta-
tioned along the River Ahr, died last
week of pneumonia in the evacuation
hospital No. 6 at Coblenz.
Redden played on the Michigan foot-
ball teams of 1899 to 1902 inclusive
and has been named by Coach Yost
as left end on his All-Time Michi-
gan eleven. He was one of. the most
spectacular ends that ever wore the
sweater of the Maize and Blue and
was looked upon by many as the
greatest flank the Wolverines have
Their Annual laugh Festival
too much pie on Sundays is likely to
make the men unable to train without-
injury to their health.
Cook, the Varsity sprinter was out
yesterday for the first time and is ex-
pected to be in form with a small
amount of practice.Buell and Larson,
the two half milers, )and the other
veterans who have been appearing
regularly were also on the track.
Lindstrom and two other shot putters
were out for the first time this year
and had a little practice out doors
which was made possible by the mild
Cross, the pole vaulter, has not as yet
been able to do anything. He injured'
his knee playing indoor baseball last
fall and although the knee is healed
he is still under the doctor's care and
is taking it easy limbering up.
Larry Butler, one of the best 440
men seen in Waterman gymnasium in
two or three years, was on the yearl-
ing team two years ago, but was out
of school the past year. He showed
up well on the 1920 freshman team and
is better than ever this season. Yes-
terday afternoon he ran the fastest
three laps that have been run this
year making the rounds in 1:10.
ILLINOIS DEFEATED IN HARD
GAME WITH PURDUE QUINTET
The sensation of Saturday's basket-
.ball games was the defeat handed to
Illinois by Purdue. With six letter
men back, the Suckers had been
boomedi to make a triumphal march
through the Conference this season.
They had held the powerful and ex-
perienced Great Lakes aggregation to
a two point margin.
Meanwhile Prdue had been soundly
whipped by Chicago. But ,he Lafay-
ette team revamped itself, and trav-
elled to Champaign with quiet deter-
mination. Their close guarding,
with the inability of Illinois to land
the easy shots, decided the gamo
iBilly Sunday May Umpire
Billy Sunday may umpire the open
ing game of the esason at the Amer
can league park in the capital cit
The famous evangelist and ex-sti
major league performer has appeale
to his friend, Clark Griffith, and th
Washington manager jumped at ti
ch'ance to get Bill for the curta
raiser event and is doing all in h
power to enable the erstwhile diamoi
gladiator to officiate.
Purdue has played Michigan
football in seven games, of whic
Yost's men have won five,
Students of thej
A PRESCRIPTION FOR THE BLUES
A Play of Temperature andl Temperament-
A Joy Play In Three Breezes
;the Comedy that ran over a year
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Beat Northwestern in Initial Meet
Michigan's first track team was or-
ganized in 1893, when we won a duel
meet with Northwestern by a lead of
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Named on All-Western
He was twice named on the mythi-
cal All-Western eleven, first in 1899
and then in 1902 and both times was
given honorable mention on Walter
Camp's All-American team. At this
time but few players in the West were
ever honored by a place on the first
All-American team and it was the be-
lief of football fans of that day that
there were no greater flank players in.
the country than Curtis Redden. He
played his greatest football in 1902.
Went to France as Captain
When the Rainbow division went
"over there" in the beginning of the
war, Redden accompanied the Illinois
regiment as a captain. Shortly after
he was made a major and later be-
came a lieutenant colonel. Col. Hen-
ry J. Reilly, who led the regiment
through the war, upon the cessation
of hostilities was placed in command
of a brigade of artillery and Redden
took command of the Rainbow regi-
Having come through the entire war
safely, Colonel Redden fell victim to
a disease on the eve of his return to
Scores of Saturday Night's Games
Iowa, 28; Northwestern, 27.
Purdue, 18; Illinois, 13.
Minnesota, 38; Wisconsin, 11.
Missouri, 36; Washington, 19.
Ripon, 25; eBloit, 17.
Cornell, 35; Buffalo, 28.
Ames, 29; Kansas, 28.
Navy, 43; Swathmore, 16.
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Michigan Met Penn First in 1899
Michigan met Pennsylvania on the
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