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February 26, 1920 - Image 3

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flR Due to the fact that there have been
A v AY a number of calls for special physical
training on the part of a number of
students whlo are contemplating to do
Given Chance work in summer camps and in settle-
it That anent houses that requires special
training in physical instruction, Dr.
May has announced that he will
conduct an advanced class in
AFTERNOON physical culture. The first meet-
ing of the class will be held in Dr.
May's office this Saturday at 4
the annual o'clock. All those that are figuring on
eet have been doing some work in physical instruc-
hich is open tion this summer or at any other time
. the campus are urged to appear at this meeting.
ligible, will Plans for the work of the semester
o'clock oi will be formulated. The class is open
28. to all those that desire special work
will be ac- in the gym.
Friday after- a
planning on.
their names LIUNE OPP
'v list s ost-


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ymnasium. at the
which lead up to
locker room. Con-I
heir names under
'hich they are go-

sh, 880 yard dash,'
trdles, 65' yard high
p, pole vault,, and
bers 'of the Varsity
s assistants will act
meet and Dr. May

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d the

Illinois, now running second in the
Conference rating, will play Michigan
in Waterman gymnasium. Monday
right.' This is the last game of, the
year for the Illini team. If Coach
Huff's charges can win this contest,
as well as the one at Chicago next
Saturday, there is a possibility of' a
tie in the Big Ten results.
Michigan goes to East Lansing for
a game with M. A. C. Saturday. Coach
Mather is doing everything possible
to put the team in condition to win
from the Farmers in return for the
defeat handed Michigan a month ago.
The Aggies have been playing the
same class 'of ball since they were
here at Ann Arbor, but Michigan has
shown signs of improvement, and it
is not too much to hope for a vic-
Stars' Last Appearance
Paul Taylor and John Felmley, star
Illinois forwards, will play their last
game of basketball for the Orange and
Blue in the game Monday. There two
mei have been responsible for a large
number of the Illini points, and with
Carney, center, form a dangerous scor-
ing combination.
Michigan's defense will be put to
test in both of these games. Gilkey,
Foster, and Kurtz are speedy men on
the floor and are all good basket
shooters. In the past two weeks the
Aggies have played some of the best
court teams in -the United States, and
though several of the games were lost,
the Green and White quintet was riot
outclassed by any of the opposing'
fives. M. A. C. split even in the two
games series with. Crieghton univer-
sity, considered 'by many critics the
best collegiate, team in the country.

[1[ 1T RNlIUAIL5.
Battery Men Get Good Workout; Parks
and Ruzicka Getting Into
More than 50 diamond men answered
Coach Lundgren's call for more can-
didates yesterday afternoon. This'
number is the largest that has appear-
ed at the gymnasium at a single time
since the practices have begun. More
men were out for every position.
The pitchersdidnot have the us-
ual' trouble of waiting until a receiver
showed up to help them warm up.
Genebach and Coates were handling
the hurlers well, and if their perform-
ances behind tfie bat are as good as
those indoors have been they will form-
the nucleus of a depenable catching
staff. Parks and Genebach, and Ruz-
icka and Coates were the batteries
working in the cage. Both of the big
pitchers are putting them in the
Batting Prnctice Soon
Coach Lundgren states that batting,
practice will begin by the end of an-
other week. The coach is waiting un-
til all of his hurlers get their arms
in shape before sending them out to
fool the batters. From the present
apearance of the mound staff, the bat-
ters will find no little trouble in con-
necting with the offerings of these.
The players in general are in excel-
lent physical condition and have little
extra weight to work off. Some of the
men including Ed Ruizicka were on the
basketball squad and were conditioned
before the summons for diamond art-
ists was issued. The majority, how-
ever, were engaged in some of the in-
tramural, sports conducted by Coach
Mitchell. These men ekhibit form far
in advance of that generally shown
at this time of year, and their condi-
tion reflects Freat credit on Coach
Mitchell and the intramural depart-
ment of athletics for the success they
have had in interesting the athletes of
the campus in the intramural sports.
Purple Drops Out
That all the universities of the -Big
Ten will not be represented on the
diamond next spring is now certain
with the news that Northwestern has
dropped baseball from its list, of in-
tercollegiate sports for the year. The
'Purple school has not had a team
competing in the Conference race for
several seasons.

Dents ,
Upper-class---W. F. Wood (or Par-
sons), 1268.
Lower-class-Frank Thompson. 383.
Graduates-H. D. Ketchum, 1051-M.
Foresters-;L. E. Wehmeyer, 2143-W.
Architects-O. Cartright, 1016.
Pharmics-Vincent Krout, 179.
Homeops-J. Meads, 1070-M.
It is desired that the players start
practice at once. Any team may prac-
tice Thursday or Friday night at 8:30
o'clock or Saturday morning at 9
o'clock. A schedule has been arrang-
ed but there will be ample room for
teams who find it more convenient to
come at any other of the above nam-
ed hours.
Schedule of PractIces
Thursday at 8:30 o'clock - senior
lits, senior and junior engineers,
pharmics, homeops, upper-class dents.
Friday at ":30 o'clock-junior lits,
upper-class dents, upper and. lower-
class medics, and fresh laws.
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock -
soph engineers.
Other notices will appear later.
Alumnus Appointed by Chicago Firm.
The appointment of Wilbur S. David-
son, x'15, as Detroit representative of
the Rich Tool company of Chicago has
just been announced. His offices are
located at 709 Kresge building.
Get your' Furniture and Rugs at
Koch and Henne.-Adv.

ed to Ann Arb
of Hoad and
chairmain of
committee, of

Now on display
Get measured
today and be ready
for spring wear.
"Cheaper than
ready made"
"Better Fit"

Decker. Miller was
the sophomore prom
the senior reception

The Michigan Daily i
pus paper.-Adv. I
More Th
Million Ba
No game has grow
idly in popularity th
As early as 1900
more than a million
the 'United States.
are over two million
Come in today and
players. You'll soon
therfascination of
Your fingers willi
your skill.
Billiards and Bowl
and Candies. Cigaret
"We try to treat y



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Stock Exchange, Boston
Fatima leads

in track or not
"Track men are
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men. Any man
at all should
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id Coach Far-
the gymnasium
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several of the
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-eshman basketball
1 pitch and only by
vance can Coach
first team.
n to the Conference
, after an absence
the close of fresh-
other schools. Al-
ricted to playing
>ur own University
uey to decrease in-
cided advantage in
r later on.
teams are report-
Games are played
these teanis and oc-
e selected to meet

ty is offered
to estimate
for the Var-
lack, Cappon,
piper, Miller,
wn up espec-
e things live-

Minnesota almost jumped into' the
come-back column'Tuesday', when Illi-
nois was held 26 to 22. At the end of
the first half the Gophers led nine to
eight, but the Illini pace was too fast
and Carney's six field baskets won for
'irst eliminations for the wrestling
tournament will be held in the wrest-
ling room of Waterman gymnasium at
4 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Indica-
tions are that the tournament this
year will be an unusually close one.
Many keenly contested matches are
The wrestling classes last semester
brought out a number of good grap-
plers and the interest In'the mat sport
has been greater than in any previous.
year. Thus far 33 entries have been
received. Ten lightweights, nine wel-
terweights, seven middleweights and
seven heavyweights have entered the
tournament. Competition in the heavy-
weight division will be, especially
strong as the entrants in that class
are wrestlers of considerable experi-
ence. Announcement of the men who
are to appear in the first. prelimin-
aries will be made Saturday morning.,

Great effort is being put forth by the
athletic directors to make physical
education a part of every student's
daily life. In the freshman year It is
obligatory, but comparatively little
is accomplished by making a man take
gym work. Authorities on the' sub-
ject feel it is far better to arrange
competitive 'games and make the work
so interesting that it will be lobked
forwrrd to from day to day. This is
what the men 1n charge are trying to
do by organizing class basketball
teams in the'different de rtments of
the University.
Teams Nw PractIcing
Many of the teams are now prac-
ticing regularly. It is important "that
the players report to the gym for prac-
ice at least three times before play-
ing a game. A process of elimination
will take place whereby any team
beaten twice shall be dropped from
the league. The men on the winning
teams will be awarded uumerals.
Any one wishing to compete for his
class team may do so by getting in'
touch with the manager or leaving his
name at the athletic office.
The following is a list of the man-
agers including their department,
class, and phone number:
Senior-J. P. Hart, 131.
Junior-F. F. Jacob, 220 S. Ingalls
Sophomore-Earl Nicholson, 1147-R.
Freshman-W. C. Crawford, S54-R.
Senior-C. R. Nyman, 2220.
Junior-A. R. Reynolds, 1148-J.
Sophomore-R. Lawrence, 348-R.
Freshman-C. E. Proctor, 355.
Upper-class-Geo. Wolf, 2516-W.
Lower-class-C. Smith, 1855.
Upper-class-Howard Rowley, 394.

Stock Exchange, New York
Fatimw is the best seller

Stock Exchange, Philadelphia
Fatima's sales are highest

These four big financial cen-
ters are perhaps the last places
at which one would expect the
formerly fashionable straight
Turkish cigarettes to lose their
leadership. .But at all' four
places, these expensive straight
Turkish brands are far less
popular than the inexpensive,
just-enough - Turkish Fatima.



"Just Enough Turkish"
'Fatima does not contain too much
Turkish like' the: straight Turkish
cigarettes-nor too little like the poorer
Turkish blends.
Fatima contains just enough Turkish
-just enough to taste right and just
enough to leave a man feeling right,
even when he smokes more thdn usual.
Are you, personally, smoking too
much--or too littler--or just enough

A fact:

Board of~
Trade, Chicago
Fauia outsells
every straight
Turkish brand


r to keep the teams en-
t it's present height Coach
is . arranging a series, of
h some of the survivors of
nity games and matches
heduled with many of the
as on the campus.
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