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Michigan's track team will inaugur-1
ate its outdoor schedule this afternoon
in the Drake university relay meet.
Coach Farrell has entered his men
in two relay events, the half emile and
mile. selecting Losch, Cook, Butler,'
and Wetzel for the first event and
Wheeler, Butler,-Burkholder and Wet-
zel for the mile event. In addition,
Cook and Losch are entered in the in-
vitation 100 yard dash.
Meet Rated High
The Drake Relay is the western out-
door relay meet which ranks with the
annual Penn games. A galaxy of stars
from all over the country will com-
pete in all of the events and the en-
try for the individual 100 yard dash
promises to be particularly attractive.
The leading relay teams of the west
have entered teams and close compe-
tition ig anticipated in every race.
Losch and Cook for Michigan will
run into some royal opposition in the
dash. They will take the field against
such stars as Howard Drew, Jack
Scholz, and other leading sprinters of
the coiintry. Drew is one of the hold-
ers of the world's record in',the event
and Scholz, who -won the distance two
years ago, recently tied the world's
indoor record for the 75 yard dash in
the Illinois Relay Carnival.
Mile Relay to Be Close,
The entry in the mile relay is an
exceptionally good one. The closest
and most interesting race of all the
rel.ays is expected in this event. . By

virtue of their showing so far, Illinois,
Michigan, and Missouri are favorites.
Minnesota has also a powerful team,
as have Notre Dame and Chicago.
In the half mile race Michigan is
conceded an excellent chance to repeat
its last year's victory. The team last
year, made up of Carl Johnson; Losche
Meese, and Butler, negotiated the dis-
tance in 1:29:4-5, for first place. This
year's squad will suffer the absence
of Johnson but will nevertheless still
be a stronig contender for. first hon-
ors.
CLASS BALL NINES
START PRACTICE
Class rivalry is already strong as
far as the baseball leagues are con-
cerned. Nearly every class has'enter-
ed its" team and many of the squads
have' already held several practices.
The engineers, especially, are out for
the championship, but the laws claim
that they will walk off with it easily. .
The laws, who won the football title
and narrowly lost the basketball belt
to the senior lits, are determined to
make it two out of three. However,
the senior lits are possessed of the
same determination and therefore the
competition is sure to be keen.
The interfraternity indoor league
will open on Tuesday, April 27. The
list of the teams to play the first
games will be published in Sunday's
paper. As in the class series, keen riv-
alry is promised between the State
street fraternities represented by Al-
pha Delta Phi and Zeta Psi, and the
'Washtenaw avenue houses represented
by Phi' Kappa Sigma and Phi Delta
Theta. However, strong teams are
not limited to these four houses as the
majority of the 40 or more teams that
are entered should prove dangerous'
competitors for the final honors.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
will lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
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VARSITY ENGAGS
INDIANA TODAY
Parks and Kunkle to Meet for Second
Time; Pitehers' Duel Ex-
pected.
VICTORY FOR EITHER TEAM
BIG STEP TOWARDS TITLE
Coach. Lundgren led the Varsity'
baseball squad into foreign territory
yesterday to open the Conference sea-
son. The Wolverines engage Indiana
university at Bloomington today in a
game that is crucial for both teams.
Michigan has opened its season with
the Hoosiers for several consecutive
years and has always found stiff com-
petition. This year proLises to be
no exception, in fact, the Indiana nine
appears stronger than it has for some
time and with a veteran line-up, the
Hoosiers are counted as strong con-
tenders for Big Ten honors. A, win
for either team will be a big step to-
ward the championship.
Will Line-up As Usual
Michigan's line-up will be essential-
ly the same as was used in the Ypsi-
lanti game with the exception that
Captain Parks will do the pi'tching.
Kunkle, the Indiana acq, is first choice
for the Hoosiers. Last year Parks
and Kunkle engaged in a pitching
duel on Ferry field, in which the Wol-
verine leader triumphed. The meet-
ing of these rival moundsmen for a
second time will be watched with in-
terest in college circles.
Other members of the squad to
make the trip are: Catcher Taggart,
First Baseman Froemke, and Pitcher
Scheidler. The, team which played
against Ypsilanti seems to be the
most satisfactory combination Coach
Lundgren has found. Perrin, Langen-
han and Kirch in the outfield, with
Weadock as an alternate, make a trio
that has proved'effective offensively
and defensively. The infield, with
Newell at first, Karpus at second,
Knode shortstop, and Mraz third,
gives promise .of being superior to
combination used last year. Ruzicka,
in his opening game against the Nor-
malities, demonstrated th.t he has the
speed and curves which he possessed
in former years. Genebach appears
to be a consistent receiver.
Play Notre Dame Monday
Monday the Wolverines cross bats
with Notre Dame at South Bend. Ruz-
icka or Scheidler will be on the mound
against the Irish. Notre Dame has a
heavy hitting' nine but is minus the
services of Murray, thesleft handed
hurler who was a sensation for two
seasons. The teams played on this
trip are the strongest Lundgren's
men have yet met.

man on the squad, tied the tank rec-
ord for the 4d yard dash and lowered'
Gilmore's 220 mark by five seconds. It
had been expected up to the last min-
ute that freshmen would be allowed
to compete because of the fact that
swimming is not yet recognized as a
Varsity sport, and the new ruling,
which deprives the men of the one
trip they had worked months for, is
highly injurious to the morale as well
as the strength of the team. Hyde's
work yesterday afternoon shows how'
keenly his loss will be felt, but it
gives even greater promise for next
season when he will be eligible with
other fast men such as Valentine, Dol-
lavo, Smith, Hubbard, Levy, and Dun-
lop.
TAYLOR PLAYS COLLINS IN
BALK-LINE BILLIARDS TODAY

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Through a misunderstanding it was
stated in Friday's Daily that the balk-
line billiard match today would be for
the amateur championship. This is im-
possible, however, since Mr. Taylor
has for -several years been a profes-
sional. '
Mr. Ctllins comes from Chicago
purely on his own initiative to give
the 'studeits an idea of reat billiard
playing, in this exhibition match with
the local expert. Following the contest
with Taylor he will give a demonstra-
tion of a few fancy shots.
The pocket billiard tournainent at
the Union opened today and all stu-
dents are eligible.
The Michigan Daily, theonly morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
-News.-Adv.
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Have you ever said that, when
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your best girl is out of town,
and you feel sort of "unneces-
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Just note the address at the
bottom of this advertisementj
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You'll soon find a partner for
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saidthan done. The 20 exercises in the booklet, "Memory and Cor
aid all memorizing, and some are helpful with definitions. Recas
own wording; illustrate, If you then can "hook" with key-words
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Or by mail with type-written letter of instruction, $i.
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the TORRINGTON. It removes the
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It brightens up the delicate colorings of
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SWIMMING TEAM MEETS
GRAND RAPIDS TONIGHT,

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and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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This afternoon at 1:16 o'clock, Cen-
tral time, the Varsity swimming team
will leave for Grand Rapids to meet
the Y. M. C. A. of that city in a dual
,meet tonight. The following men are
to make the trip and should be at the
station at least 15 minutes before train
time: Adams, Koch, Robertson, Gil.-
more, Lewy, Porter, Babcock, and
Broock. Coach Drulard, White, and
Goldsmith left Friday.
Interest in Neet
A great deal of publicity has been
accorded the meet by the Grand Rap-
ids papers, and, if advance informa-
tion is to be believed, a big crowd will
witness the event. The pool has am-
ple room for a large number of spec-
tators and the Y. M. C. A. officials are
expecting a capacity crowd. Among
those who will attend the meet- are
many Michigan alumni, so the team
will not lack support.
Chances for victory are not as good
as they were before the no-freshmen
ruling, but hope has not been given
up. The team is still strong in most
of the events with such fast men as
Robertson, Gilmore, Porter, and
Broock to be counted on. Gilmore has
been out of town for the past week
and has not yet been heard from. His
failure to arrive will greatly decrease
the 'prospects for a win, as he is one
of the best 220 men on the team.
Hyde Ties Record
At practice Friday afternoon fyde,
freshman star and best all-around

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