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-C. C. Wetzel, B. D.
Earle, D. Forbes, R.
IVIIUIIIIflItI L Id hI
M. A. 0 TONISIHT
Team Faces Second Aggle Game With
I Scorer-Elmer P. Hardell. Assist-l
ant scorers - J. A. Larson, R. C. --v Confident Spirit Despite'
Losch, F. J. Petty, Tom Maynard, R. Setbacks
Beardsley, M. Rouke, J. Spence. An-
nouncers-D. K. Messner, F. W. Par- RENDERSON) FORWARD, WILL
sons. MAKE TRIP WITH QUINTET
OUT UF SUHUUL FUR YEAR
Dewey (Dud) Johnson, '23E, star
end on the fresh football squad last
fall, will not be back in harness next
season. Word received here says that
the elongated flanker has been in the
hospital since Christmas with a ser-
Sous case of concussion ,of the brain
.which resulted from an accident re-
celved in the last scrimmage of the'
season. Johnson paid but little at-
tention to the blow at first but it
proved dangerous enough to send him'
to a hospital from which he has juht
recently been released.
FOUR BIG LEAGUE TEAMS
WILL TRAIN IN TEXAS"
Missouri valley track teams are
preparing to make a strong bid at
the University of Illinois relay carni-
val, which will be held early next
month at Champaign.
University of Missouri track fans
are banking on Johnny Scholtz, star.
hurdler and dash man, to carry their
colors to the front. He has met every
prominent track man in the country
within, the last few years and has
a wonderful record. Experts who
watched his performance at the Bos-
ton A. A. and the Melrose A. C. meets,
the coming Olympic games.
Michigan fans will watch i
pecial interest his performance
Capt. Carl Johnson in the hurd
the 75 yard dash, for he nose
son out by a few inches at th
relay meet two years ago.
University of Nebraska will
two mile relay quartet and
sprinters to test their mettle
the Big Ten stars. With tU
number of schools and in
stars entered, this meet should
blue ribbon event of the Middi
ern indoor track season.
AR TO FALL
ock this aft-
men from the
last have a
worth in the
d in the his-
RAYL. RINK SAME WILL
CLOSE HOCKEY SEASOIl
MICHIGAN TEAM OUT
OVER STRONG DETROIT
I a spec-
s as they
ar in each event.
d men from many
and high schools
l freshmen whose
entries below and
r late be on hand
ointed time so the
off as scheduled.
. Simmons, W. H.
iitz, Lewis, L. M.
Z. O. Walter,
octor, E. G. New-
J. J. Michaels, L.
dley, Stoddard, M.
nderson, Ash, Mc-
O. E. Broderson,
W. Morey, K. K.
W. H. Simmons,
'n, R. W. Town-
n, 3. H. Samuel,
scar Anderson, M.
iwick, O. E. Brod-
M. Schrayer, S.
E. Schmitz, L. A.
R. D. Gibson, R.
Bradburn, C. E.
Ji H. Samuel, M.
H. Bacon, Glass,
.n, M. A. Collison,
Standish, C. E2.
ad, J. H. Caven-
w. T. Claxton, W.
R. Whittmore, J.
on, R. T. Spanna-
Ash, McBride, S.
, Sargent, S. de
Michigan will cap a triumphant
.hockey season tonight when the in-
formal team meets the strong Rayl
aggregation in the Coliseum at 7:15
o'clock. The Rayls are tie with the
Waterston sextet for second place in
the Detroit city league and the game
is sure to be one filled with fast and
Mohan With Rayls
Among the stars who play with the
Rayls is Mohan, the man who did
such stellar work for the, Webers
when Michigan defeated that team.
He will show up even better than he
did that night on account of the fact
that the Weber players were not ac-
customed to his being in the lineup,
and all of the Rayl combinations are
built up around him. Mohan is easily
the best hockey player in this part
of the country. He is a man with a
great deal of hockey experience, hav-
ing played for years with teams from
Duluth and the Soo.
Team Playing Fast
In as much as this is the last game
of a defeatless season the fast Mich-
igan sextet is determined to finish on
the long end of the score and will
fight every minute of the contest.'
The team has been showing steady
improvement and every Man is in ex-
cellent condition to stand the pace
whichi the Rayls will undoubtedly
set. Michigan has the reputation of
being a dangerous opponent and the
Detroit team will come here fully ex-
pecting a fast game.
ENTER A. A. U.,EVENTS
Michigan's Varsity basketball squadt
will 'journey to East Lansing today tor
encounter the strong Aggie quintet.
Although the Wolverines were bad-
ly beaten by the Farmers in the
game here last month, Coach Math-
er's men are invading the li. A. C.
stronghold with plenty of confid-
ence. Those who have watched the
improvement of the Varsity in the
past four weeks can not help sharing
in this optimistic spirit.
Returned Men Help
With the return to the game of
Karpus and Williams the quintet has
been improved 50, percent. 1
Fromh all reports the M. A. C. fiveE
will have about the same lineup as'it3
did in the .initial 'clash with Mich-I
igan. Their luck since the Michigan
contest has not been much better
than that of the Varsity, so that bothI
teams will be fighting hard to better;
their season's records by securing a
victory. From previous performances
away from home the Varsity has
shown that it is little handicapped7
by playing on unfamiliar floors, so
that Coach Mather is ,expecting his
men to pitt up the best game of whicht
they are capable tonight.
Henderson, who has been absent
from the lineup for almost three
weeks, " may get into the game. He
?is entirel'y over the influenza and isI
eager to get back into the fray. He
will not be used, however, unless the
coach is certain that he is in perfect
PRELIMINAR IES IN
Wrestling preliminaries in all
wights will be held in the wrestling
room of Waterman gymnasium 'at 4
o'clock this afternoon..
It is difficult to forecast the win-
ner in any division. There are sev-
eral expert wrestlers in each weight
and the title winners will have to go
through several stiff matches to win
There is always the possibility that
some newcomer may show unexpect-
ed form, and the campus may expect
the most interesting tournament that
it has seen in years.
The time of the bouts' is liited to
10 minutes. If no pin fall is secured in.
that time, the men will wrestle five
minutes more, after which, if no fall
i secured, the judges will determine
the winner of the match, basing their
decision on the speed, skill, and ag-
gressiveness which the men display.
In general, Conference wrestling rules
are used in the tournament.
Iightweights, Cecil Leet, '22E, vs.
E. W. Gillard, '23. Middleweights, G.
F. Kalmbach, '22, vs. G. E. Meads,
'23. Welterweghts, L. A. Packard,
1'20, vs. T. W. Moffitt, '23; C. L. Dyni,
'23E9, vs. E. M. Clifford, '23D. Heavy-
weights, M. E. Parshall vs. H. H.
YALE SEEKS LARGE FUND TO
COMPLETE'REPAIRS ON BOWL
SPRING WORK FOR TEAMS
BEGIN FROM MARCH
1 TO 15
Dallas, Texas, Feb. 28.-Experts in
preparation of playing fields and oth-
er training camp attaches are invad-
ing Texas to prepare the'way for the
four major league baseball clubs that
will train in, this state.
Two clubs from each league will get
their spring practice in Texas, tLe
New T ork Nationals at San Antonio
and the St. Louis Nationals at Brown.-
ville, while the Chicago Americans
will hold forth at Waco and the St.
Louis Americans at Taylor.
Early Exhibition Games
Each team has arranged a series
of exhibition games, starting with
Texas league teams or major league
clubs training nearby, and winding
up with clubs in cities along the route
to the respective team's home camps.
Last year the New York Giants took
their season's warming up exercises
at Gainesville, Fla., while the St.
Louis Cardinals worked out at home.
The Chicago White Sox camped for
spring work at Mineral Wells, Texas,
and the St. Louis Browns were at
March First is First Date
Spring work will get under way in
earnest, between March 1" and 15 in
all four Texas camps, although bat-
tery men will have a few days' start
to get their arms in condition war-
ranting heavy workouts when the rest
of the squads report.
i' point ofilocatidu of spring camps
in Texas, the Cardinals will be the
farthest south, as Brownsville is at
the extreme southern point of the
state, on the Rio Grande, and juac
acioss that river lies the Mexiea
city of Mat y arro . T. aeo- is about
lt,, miles directly south of 'D'%1h -
t ward San Antonio, and " tylor lies
lttween W . aind San Antonio.
GOPHER GRID STAR G. 0. P.
NOMINEE FOR SECRETARY
St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 27. - Edward
L. Rogers, of Walker, one of the great-
est ends that ever wore a University
of Minesota uniform, is a candidate
for th Republican nomination for sec-
retary of state. Rogers is an Indian
and was considered a brilliant stu-
dent at the University. He is a law-
yqr and has been prominent in poli-
tics in his county.
When conference football was at
its zenith more than a decade ago,
Rogers' name was linked with stars
such as Heston of Michigan, Ecker-
sall, of Chicago, and Abbott, of Wis-
consin. Heston was one of few men
who ever made a gain of consequence
around the Minnesota end.
If You Can't Pay
Old Age Has
A great philosopher once said
that the way for a man to live
long is "always to be a boy."-
Folks who can play never
You'd be surprised to find how
many people find the ancient
game of "ton pins" a real recre-
ation and gloom-chaser.
Come in today and watch the
bowlers. Try a game or two
and get the kinks out of your
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
to d a y a n d b e re ao p i g w a C e p r t a
for spring wea
" Cheae tha
" Better Fit'
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for Quality afl(
ATHLETIC BOARD TO ACT
PETITION OF TANK
1116 S. UNIVERSITY
n, Cohen, P.
. W. Heath,
er, Cohen, Fos-
l. Schmitz, M.
ey, J. K. Brum-
est is held prin-
en and last sea-
naterial was un-
e given .the re-
set, March 16,
aer and time:-
sch, 5 4-4 sec.;
6 sec.; 880 yard
2-5; mile run,
gshaw, 5 ft. 5
dies, Lashmet, 7
h hurdles, Lash-
t, Dunne, 36 ft.
t, Thompson, 9
Coach Drulard and six Varsity
swimmers will leave at 1 o'clock this
afternoon from the Delta station for
Detroit, where they are to compete
in the Central A. A. U..,championships
to be held atthe Detroit Athletic club
Six Men Selected
Dunlop, Lewy, Valentine, Babcock,
Hyde, and Bush are the men wljo have
been selected. All are enteredi in the
fifty yard free style event, and four
will be chosen to represent the Un-
iversity in the relay. Drulard has no
great expectations in regard to the
outcome of either event, as the men
will be opposed by some of the fin-
est swimmers in the country, but he
hag no hesitation in saying that he be-
lieves the team will make a creditable
showing against such keen competi-
Action on Petition
The Board in Control of Athletics
will meet this afternoon to take ac-
tion on the status of swimming as a
Varsity sport. It is hoped that a fav-
orable decision will be made, in order
that an even greater interest will be
taken in the sport. Thus far the
men who ha-ve turned out have been
paying t ieir, own expenses in order
to help put Michigan in the eyes of the
swimming world, and should be giv-
en all due credit for this demonstra-
tion of Michigan spirit. Should swim-
ming be made a Varsity sport their
financial sacrifice will no longer be
Northwestern Girls Form Tank Teams
- evanston, Ill., Feb. 27.-Much in-
terest has been shown this season
"Any act of memory, whether conscious
or unconscious, is a mental picture"
THINK THIS OVER TEST IT
At all book stands-60c
By mail with individual instruction-$1
The Educational 0
. Box g8.
The purpose of the 2o Xercises in the new booklet "MEMORY
and CONCENTRATION" is to so stimulate and train this mental
faculty that it may be used at will. These Exercises do not obstruct
other study; they aid it. The few minutes of diversion is re-
creative; the mental process is clarifiedmand stimulatedfor the real
duty of the day. '
It begins with kindergarten work in mental picturing.
All highly cultured minds know something of the utility of this
mental picturing. It trains the mind to perfect concentration, and
to remember. ,.It will aid you in your work.
plll ll Y l r l IrII -_- - I r7
.: . Y
s r $ ,
Yale athletic authorities have start-
ed a campaign among the alumni, to
raise $300,000 for the purpose of com-
pleting the famous Bowl.
It is estimated that 61,000 seats in
the present structure are supported
by wooden frames embedded in sand.
Owing to the rotting of wood and the
shifting of sand it is necessary to
spend $15,000 each year in renewing
these makeshift supports. When the
desired amount is obtained, concrete
reinforcements will be used through-
,out the stadium..
Every alumnus who subscribes will
be given a reserved seat for every
$100 given. These tickets will be
honored for ,fifteen years, not only at
games played in New Haven but also
at the Harvard and Princeton games,
wherever they are played.
Michigan ,aises Huge Sum i y Taxes
Lansing, Feb. 27.-The total of all
taxes raised in the state of Michigan
for the year was $110,776,108.10, ac-
cording to figures given out by the
state tax commission.
ZOELLIN, EX-'19, WINS PLACE
IN PURPLE TRACK MEET
Chicago Athletic association snowed
Northwestern's disorganized track
team under in a practice meet Wed-
nesday, to the tune of 68 to 22. The
Cherry Circle stars took al' firsts ex-
cept the high jump.
Zoellin, ex-'19, of Michigan, now a
member of C. A. A., took second place
in the 50-yard dash.
PATERSON, 1913 GRID LEADER,
VISITING IN ANN ARBOR
G. C. (Bubbles) Paterson, Varsity
lineman in '11, '12, and captain in
1913, is spending the day in Ann Ar-
bor renewing acquaintances. Very
few students here now will person-
ally recall Bubbles but his name and
deeds are Michigan traditions.
Mexicans For Broy Scout Movement
Mexico City, Feb. 27. - The Boy
Scout movement is looked upon with
favor in Mexico.
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OUR PRICES ARE REASONABLE
Dress Suits For Rental.
Better secure yours early for Sof-Prom.
L. Baker, C.
>ss, M. Slaughter, W. among the university girls at North-.
utler. C. Stipe. In- western in the organization of class
Shimmel, F. H. Lash- swimming teams. At a recent meet
Timers-Prof. D. keen competition was evident and
three of the former school records
Daily, the only morn- were broken.
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