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11IIOLNIIU IJILL1
Promise to Strengthen.
ity for 1920
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[ULE MAKES BIG
LAYERS NECESSARY
d baseballs sailed yes-
m in, Waterman gym-,
me of the first varsity
ce. Coach Lundgren's
ates was answered by
I, including a number
men and varsity play-
tt indoor practice con-

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posi-

urnout was small, but a num-
nen expected out were unable
into action today. The holes
he team by graduation offer an
t opportunity for men with
I experience. The absence of
these former stars will be
felt, but the return to Lund-
fold of a number of pre-war
akes the outlook for a. repeti-
the championship brighten.
Big Squads Elsewhere
all practices in other universi-
he Big Ten are being respond-
y many candidates, all of
re working hard in an endeav-
rest the title from the Wolver--
o have held it since. the return
Jonference and, in addition,
ly dropped one Conference
in two years. Illinois in par-
is spending every effort to re-
e title which the Suckers for-,
eld. Coaches George Huff and
lark have called in the aid of
Alexander and Ed. Pheffer to
the Illini pitchers: Iowa has
the services as a coach of
Ashmore, a man of baseball
and Pat Page of Chicago can
be depended upon to have a

MAROON GA9ME NEXT
O N VARSITY LIST
Win from Minnesota Restores Former
Confidence of Court
Tean
CHICAGO GAME TO BE TEST
OF NEW SPIRIT OF PLAYERS
Coach Mather's basketball squad re-
turned from the five day trip with
more confidence than has been felt at
any time since the opening of the Con-
ference season. This access of hope
on the part of the players is due to
the fine showing which the quintet
made against Minnesota, which in
turn, was largely accomplished by the
return of- Karpus to eligibility.,
Chicago Game Next
The Chicago game, scheduled for
Saturday night, will be the hardest
possible test of this new spirit. If the
Maize and Blue athletes should be able
toy come through with a victory it
would indeed show that'there has been
a remarkable rejuvenation. The Mar-
oons now lead the Conference race
with -seven victories and one defeat.
The one beating which they have re-
ceived was a complete 'Iurprise, the
Iowa aggregation administering it
early this year.
The Chicago quintet emerged vic-
torious from the initial Michigan game
by a 40 to 22 score and are coming
to Ann Arbor with the expectation of
.repeating this one-sided score. Their
team will have practically the. same
line up as was used in the previous'
contest.
Lineup Uncertain
The Michigan lineup is by no means
certain but it appears likely that Kar-
pus and Henderson or Weiss will be
the forwards, Dunne center, and Rea'
and Wilson or Rychener guards. Hen-
derson is not yet fully recovered from
his attack of influenza and he may
not get into Saturday's contest for
this reason. He will be required tQ
pass a rigid physical examination be-
fore he will be allowed to enter the
Maroon fray.

the principle events in the Illinois
carnival and this being the first Var-
sity date, the work at Waterman gym-
nasium is largely centered on the
quarter and half milers. Both events
are well taken care of in numbers and
in material.
NEW FUEL TESTS BEING HELD
BY MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
Tests dealing with the general econ-
omy, efficiency, and power of gasoline
and kerosene as compared to two new
fuels are .being carried on under the
direction of Prof. W. E. Lay in the
mechanical engineering department.
By means of indicator cards the
smoothness of the explosion of gaso-
line can be compared with other motor
fuels.
A squad of nien are also engaged in
research regarding, the fact, which has
been established, that automobiles run
with greater economy and efficiency at
night.
Another experiment is developing
data about the characteristics of gal-
cohol for pulling power and thermal
efficiency for gas motors.
ENROLL TONIGHT
DLNCING CLASS
AraMde Dance Hall
The classes which were con-
ducted by Mr. and Miss Moses in
the Michigan Union Annex be-
ore it burned will be held in the
kreade Dance Hall on Tuesday
tnd Thursday evenings:
The Beginners' Class will be
ormed at seven o'clock tonight.
The Advanced' Class, which is
exclusively for University men
and women, will be. formed at
eight o'clock tonight in the Ar-
cade Dance Hall.
When ordering your
Corsages
Cut Flowers
Table Decorations

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DO YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE
OF OPPORTUNITIES?
Here's one you can't afford to
miss.. IV
THE SCHOOL OF DANCING
offers a very fine course in Ball-
Room Dancing. The class for
beginners is designed to ac-
quaint the student with the fun-
damental step while the advanc-
ed class will be presented with
the most popular steps of the
season.
These special classes are to be
conducted by
MISS JEANETTE KRUSZKA
and'
MR. PHILIP MILLER
at the
ARCADE DANCE HALL
Enroll at the studio, 516 E.
William St., from 2 to 6 or 7 to
9. One block west of the Law"
School. Phone 1422-J.
GIRLS-
at your convenience, we will,
be pleased to show you our
line of early Spring
MILLINERY
STEVENS & PERSHING
Phone 1028-W
618 Packard Near State

Northwest Cor. Main & Hu,
707 North Unuversity Ave
Worry Your Head Off
If You Want To
-but it you're wise, you'll forge
your worries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when the wi
blows and you shut up your desk for
day. Come to HUSTON BROS. and
a few games of billiards.
INo game ever invented gives more p
ure and nothing is more restful tha
hour or so spent over a billiard table
HUSTON BRO
Billiards and Bowling, 1l
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pa
"We try to treat you Righ1

Courteous and sa
TREATMENT to every
er, whether the acvovrn
or small
The Ann Arbor Savini
Incorporated 18
Capital and Surplus, $
Resources .......$4

'ne nine if fortified by
nd by the men from for-
teams/ should present a
s strong as in the two
'he practice yesterday
tad all the men showed
for work.
ood Pitchers
g staff this year is head-
. Parks and Ruzicka,
rence pitchers. A num-
likely looking prospects
e hurling staff, but it is
to estimate their abil-

CAPTAIN JOHNSON, MICHIGAN
TRACK CAPTAIN WHO LEAVES
FOR NEW YORK MEET TODAY.
The contest of the New York Ath-
letic club, is an annual affair to which
the leading track athletes of the coun-
try are invited. 9arl is entered in the
75 yard dash and in the high jump.
An array of stars such as is seldom
witnessed in a single meet will com-
pete. East will meet west in this first
track classic-of the year. The follow-
ing events will be run: Seventy-five
dash (scratch), 75 yard dash (handi-
cap), 75 yard high hurdles, running
high jump, standing high jump, shot
put, 440 yard dash, and 880 yard dash.

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e' atching department left open
he graduation of Huber. is be-
.andled by a number of receivers,
ig whom is Genebach of the 1918
Ernie Vick, last year's fresh-
backstop, has not yet appeared
ractice. Froemke, of last year's
&; Newell, and Broome, the first
ir f the freshman team last year,
out for the first base job. For'
d, 'Wimbles of the '17 freshman
*who was absent from the Uni-'
ty'last year, is out for the place
racant by Tommy Garrett.
Two Third Basemen
ird base promises to be the scene
lively scrap as Mraz, the slugger'
e 1918 champions, is back in the
ses, showing all of his old time
while Karpus, of last year,
ises to be out at the conclusion
he basketball season. Former
tin Knode, shoft stop, and lead-
batter of the 1919 team, has not
wade his appearance. The outfield
i a large number of candidates
I the vacancies left by gradua-
Pete Langenhan was the only
er of last year's nine to appear
iray.
tl the turnout of more men and
oosening up of sore muscles, a
r idea can be gained of Michi-
,hances to repeat the diamond
cris of the past two years. The
ute is unusually heavy this year.
will demand aJlarge numnber of
res, especially in the pitching
%tching staff.
the games with California whose
all team is making a tour of the
Michigan will have an opportu-
to measure strength with every
allege nine in the country.
UAES WANTED OF NEXT
E 'S WOULD-BE TEACHERS
4s are being received now by the
atmeat committee for teachers
ext year. Those who'desire posi-
should send their pictures to the
iLftee immediately if they have
Deady done so, in order that they
e ready for the spring campaign.
. coats, aprons. shop tools, etc.,
at Wahr's University Bookstore.

TRYOUTS

Tryouts for a
manager will b
and Friday. Ca
at 319 or repo
gymnasium at 1
Sophomoresa
tryout for assis
agers. Candida
to Track Mana
sons at Wateri
during the after

WANTED
ssistant baseball
e held Thursday
ll William Bade
rt at Waterman
o'clock.
are wanted to
tant track man-
tes will report
ger F. Wl Par-
man gymnasium
noon.
for Campus News.,

Coach Farrell is working hard these
days with his relay teams in prepara-
tion for the Illinois relay carnival on
March 6. The first real test for the
mile relay squad will take place this
afternoon in the nature of a mile
race. Steve bias a squad of 14 quarter
milers from which he has 'selected two
teams which will buck up against eacy
other at 4:15 o'clock today.
The teams are very well balanced
and a close .race is predicted. The
first team is captained by Larry But-
ler and his team mates are Hardell,
Joyner and Burkholder. The sub-
stitutes for the first team are Shaw,
Messner, and Lux. Wheeler will cap-
tain the opposing team and under him
are Meese, Wetzel, and Larson. The
substitutes are Gambil, Fitzgerald,
and Lukins. The purpose of the race
is not to decide the make-up of the
mile relay team but to give men prac-
tice in carrying the baton and in tak-
ing off speedily. As the relays are

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