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t , .: .
dlace for Michigan without
ulty and some are picking
rines to cop second and
s in addition.
arrell is calling for men for
throw. Perhaps the great-
s _n the squad is in that
y man who has had any ex-
r has the sligltest suspic-
can toss the j velin a fair-
tance should report to Far-
e. If he has any prospects
good Steve will show him
ie Another long practice session was'
- the lot of the All-fresh baseball squad
l Monday afternoon. Coach Enzenroth
T- is driving the men hard in an effort
s to round theminto shape for the first
n practice game with the Varsity which
s will be played soon, probably the first
e of next week. The squad is grad-
ually narrowing down to a size that
is convenient for the coach to handle.
No cuts have been. made as yet, how-
ever, and it is the desire of the yearl-
ing mentor to keep as many men on
1 the roster as possible.
e TUESDAY'S (MLES END FIRST
ROUND, OF INDOOR TOURNEY
e With the games yesterday afternoon
e the first round of play in the frater-
nity indoor league was completed and
b one ame in the second round was
playt. Sigma Phi won from Theta
Chi by a 9 to 7 score, Phi Sigma
3 Kappa beat Chi Psi, 7-3, Trigon de-
feated Delta Chi 13 to 2 and in the
it second round Alpha Delta Phi won
} from Phi Sigma Delta by a 13 to 5.
. At 3:30 o'clock today the follow-
s. ing games are scheduled:
- Psi Upsilon vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon,
e and Phi' Kappa Psi vs. Theta Delta
n Chi.' At 4:30 o'clock Kappa Sigma
... will meet Delta Tau Delta and at
s 6:45 o'clock on the Washtenaw dia-
:0 mond Nu Sigma Nu will play Alpha
r, Thurisday at 3:30 o'clock' Zeta Psi
It will meet the Knickerbockers and
o Beta Theta Pi wil play the Hermit-
ir age. At 4:30 o'clock Phi Gamma Del-
s ta will play Delta Upsilon and at
r 6:45 o'clock Xi Psi Phi will meet
h Delta SigmaDelta on the. Washte-
le naw diamond.
. - Fine caps. Herringbones, tweeds,
basket weaves. - Priced, $2.50 up-
wards. Wild & Co., 311 S. State St.
Scheidler Will Probably Pitch for
IUndgren's Nine at East -
- - ansing
TWO MORE CONTESTS WILL
BE PLAYED THIS WEEK-END
-Withone of the hardest weeks of
the season ahead of him 'Coach Lund-a
gren is sending his men through rig-
orous drill each afternoon in an ef-
fort to improve the Wolverine of-
fense. Batting and base running are
the two fundamentals upon which the
greatest emphasis has been laid by
the Varsity mento-r.
. Will Face Southpaw
M. A. C. at East Lansing today
will afford the Wolverines a chance
to face left; handed pitching. Don-
nelly for the Aggies and Scheidler for
Muskegon twill probably oppose each
other. On Friday Purdue comes to,
Ferry field with.- one of the strong-
est baseball aggregations the Boiler-
makes' have ever gotten together.
Lefty Wagner, the Purdue twirler,
has been highly effective against all
the teams he has opposed this year.
Wagner holds a verdict over Wiscon-
sin and pitched a 1 to 1 .tie game
agajnst Iowa last week which ended
in the 12th inning after darkness ad
stopped the play The Hawkeyes'
were able to score only three safe-
ties from Wagner's delivery in the
1 innings.. A win over 'the Boiler-
makers will be a long stride toward
the coveted championship. Lund-
gren has not decided whether to
send Captain Parks or Ruzicka
against Purdue, but either one of these
hurlers, if in form, should be able to
give Wagner better than an even
battle. From all indications the con-
test will be a close one.
Wisconsin invades Ferry field Sat-
urday for the first time in 15 years.
Not since 1905 has a Michga nine"
met a Wisconsin team. Wisconsin is
not represented by as powerful a
nine as in some previous years, but
it has been improving Mwith .each
game. The Badgers lost to Purdue
and Indiana in their first Conference
contests, but have since more than
made up for their defeat at the
hands of Indiana by trimming the
Hoosiers in a hotly played game at
Madison. The success Michigan has
in these two big week-end games will
determine: largely the -chance Lnd-
gren's: men have to retain the po-
sition they' now hold in the Big Ten
Cleveland,4; Detroit, 2.
Chicago, 4; St. Louis, 12.
Boston, 1; New York, 6.
Philadelphia, 6; Washington, 4.
New York, 5; Philadelphia, 4.
Chicago, 4; Cincinnati, 5.
JUNIOR ENGINEERS WrN FROM
ARCHITECTS TUESDAY, 10-7
TENNIS MEN WORK
TO PLACE ON TEAM
With the first favorable tennis
weather of the year, candidates for the
Varsity tennis team have been work-
ing out steadily this week. The courts
have been filled every available mo-
ment and a number of matches. haver
been run off;
Before the match with Ohio State
this Saturday, Dr. Lee will make a
cut in the squad. Four men are to
compete against the Buckeye team in'
the singles and thesesame four will
make up the doubles teams, six match-t
es to be played in all. As Walter Wes-
brook will hot take part in the tennis
matches Saturday, one more man will
be given the opportunity to play.\
Promising Material Turns Out .
Dr. Lee has announced that .Thurs-
day afternoon will be devoted to de-
termining the order in which the men
will play against Ohio. Friday will
be limited to doubles, in order to pick
the strongest combinations. Because
of the track meet and baseball game
in the afternoon, it has been decided
to hold the tennis matches in the
Of the men who are out, a number
have shown up well. Wesbrook is of
course the veteran of the tea% and
there is no doubt that he will hold
down his place of number one. Munz
has gotten well under way and is
promising. Angell, Reindel, and Wor-
cester are going to be strong con-
tenders for a place on the team also.
Other men who are cbming right along
are Hatch, Merkel, Kelsey, Borinstein,
Results of Xaehes
Results of this week's matches are,
as follows: Kelsey d. Ackerman 6-2;.
Truss d. Jerome 6-4; Reindel d. Bor-f
instein 6-1, 6-2; Reindel d. Chopp 6-'
2, 6-1; Worcester d. Burley 6-2; Truss
d. Kelsey 6-4; Wesbrook d. Merkel, 6-
0, 6-2; Wesbrook d. Munz 6-2; Munz
d. Hatch 7-5; :Angell d. -Hatch 6-4;
Angell d. Worcester 6-4; Merkel d.
Worcester 6-4; Hatch d' Chopp 6-3;
Chopp d. Hatch 7-5; Angell d. Rein-
del 6-4; , Truss d. Chopp 6-3; Angell
d. Merkel 6-0'; Kelsey d. Burley 6-
4; Borinstein d. Merkel 8-6, 5-7,
Qur pictures of men look like
men. They show the force, ener-
gy, character of the sitter. They
are portraits that really tell
something of the men portrayed.
Phone Spedding Studio for date.
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Camels blend to either kind
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Know today that you can
smoke camels liberally with-
out tiring your taste; and, that
Camels' leave no unpleasant
cigaretty aftertaste nor un-
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You'll find it inighty interest-
ing to conpare Camels with
any cigarette in thie world at
Camels are sold everywhere in scientiic-
ally sealed packages of 20 cigarettes; or
tea packages (200 'cigarettes) in a glass-
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recommend this carton for the home or
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R. J. REYNOLDS TO1.ACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C.
ie our Advertsers.-Adv.
., i ±...
Good Tables, Good Cues,
To get-real enjoyment out. of a
game of billiards, the equipment
must be top-notch.
You -want good tables-sound
cushions and new,- clean cloth.
You wantgood cues--well-bal
anced, of the right weight, ywith
tip that hold the chalk.
You want good service-attend-
ants who are quick to anticipate
You'll find the best of service
and equipment here. Come in
and play a game or two, today.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
For satisfsctory finishinlg
gets your films so k
them at the Quarry Drug S
or 713 E. University Ave.
In Tuesday's game the junior eng-
ineers won from the'architects with a
score of 10-7.rBatteries for the junior
engineers, were Davis. and Hosking.
Davis allowed five hits;, Hosking
caught a fine game. Hayes, who made
four hits, was the batting star for
the engineers. Bartell played a good
game atthird while McGowan- and
Bell made good in the outfield.
Hammond and Hubach were batter-
'es for the architects. Hubach pitch-
ed a good game but was not well sup-
Wednesday's games-junior lits vs.
soph lits; senior engineers vs. soph
engineers. Thursday-laws vs. dents;
graduates vs. opponent yet to be chos-
FORMtER iIIIGAN MAN LEAVES
FOR YEAR'S SERVICE IN HAITI
-eorge L. Ohrstom, '19,is, to leave
New York this month for Haiti, where
he will spend the greater part of a
year, in the service of P. W. Chapman
and company, New York brokers.
Private t5ncing Lessons or .Class
Instruction. Phone M. L. Moses,
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FEB. 15th and MARCH 1st,
These were the shipping dates given the Bo
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Oxfords. They Have Just Arrived( 2 and 21-2am
Bostonian Cordovan Oxfords (In plain vamp an
vamp) are regular $15.00 and $16.00 values.
But owing to their very late arrival and the c
year so nearly finsished we will be compell
dispose of them at $13.45 and $14.85.
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