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* fGILMORE DOBIE SIGNED TO
COACH CORNELL GRID TEAMS,
Cornell has made a ten strike by
recently signing Gilmore Dobie to a
three year contract to coach the Big
Red football teams. Dobie first ac-
Re quired fame as a football mentor on
ival the Pacific coast where his team had
a record of eight seasons without a
defeat. He was brought east by the
University of Detroit and after a
ES IN highly successful season there, was
NTERED engaged by the naval authorities to
coach the midshipmen.
Is week During his regime at Annapolis the
a teams West Point cadets have not been able
dsRelay to win one of the annual army-navy
. Coach contests. 'At Cornell with the mate-
ention to rial available, he should be able to
lers, and more than duplicate his former suc-
teams in cesses and Cornellians are looking
e medley forward with confidence to a series
mei4 run of big years.
'af mile, Cornell has just resumed athletic,
relations with Syracuse after a lapse
of 16 years. The trouble between the
e will be two instiutions started in the football
umber of game of 1900 but the offieial break
nt* t did not come until four years later.
not ye As the schools are natural rivals be-
sent the cause of location, supporters of each
but is are pleased with, the transaction.
tbe well
ests. The
will de-
he squad WOLVERINKl SWIMMERS
na with
Johnson. WIN 1 DETROIT MEET

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BATTIN6 *PRACTICE
STAATJS THIS WEEK
Coach Lundgren Will Start Offensive
Drill of Varsity Last of
Week
PITCHERS NURSING SORE ARMS
AS RESULT OF STRENUOUS WORK

separate the sheep from the goats.
It is, however, not likely that the
first cut will be made until after the.
middle of the month.
FRESH GRID MEN
TO HELP VARSITY
Again the early football prospects
of Michigan for turning out a Confer-
ence beater are extremely bright. With
the entire freshman football squad
eligible Yost should find no difficulty

MEN-Hats are high; your last sea-
'son's hat cleaned and reblocked into
this season's shape, with a new band,
will look like new and save you five
or ten dollars. We do only high class

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Courteou and sattsfactor
TREATME T to every custoim-
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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
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vin obtaining some excellent material
from this aggregation. It is expected
Michigan's diamond candidates were that the coach will be in Ann Arbor
out yesterday afternoon for indoor soon .after the football conference to
practice, showing the same willingness be held in Chicago March 19.
for work that has effected so great an The spring training is expected to
improvement in their play during the develop many football aspirants whose
past week. ability at present is unknown. The
Pitcers Easing Up eleven "M" men who were ineligible
As reultof he treuou wok-last fall, at present have met the
ous a resut of the strenuous work- qualifications for eligibility with but
in our mosathe tesareng urhn-few exceptions. The most important
Ing sore arms and are taking things ofthose who are still, ineligible are
easy for a few days. Most of their:, ioe h r til nliil r
ie wra spent ndatingst othe i-Usher, Steketee and Jack Dunn. How-
time was spent in batting- to the in- ever, Usher a'nd Dunne should be elig-
fielders. The infield candidates have ible next football season. It is possi-
become accustomed to the behavior ble for Steketee to be eligible but it
of the ball on the gym floor and are will mean extremely hard work and
nabbing the bounders with great ac- remaining for the summer session.
curacy. Paper, the freshman halfback, is ex-
Outfield positions are still open to pected to round out into Varsity mate-
ambitious men. This is-especially true rial. His performance last fall against
of those p a ers with hitting ability, the Varsity was commendable. He
Pheney, Unganhan,- Kirchgessner continually ripped through the Varsity
and Cites all have shown well. It is for long gains. Goebel and Johnson
not improbable that a number of the are two others of the fresh team who
candidates trying for infield positions are expected to show up well this
wil be shifted to the outer garden spring.

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YDE AND 'VALENTINEj TAKE
FIRST AND -SECOND IN
A. A. U. EVENTS

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G. W. Hyde and J. S. Valentine,
swimming for the University N of
Michigan, captured first , and second
places in the special 50 yard free style
. swim in the Central A. A. U. cham-
pionships held at the Detroit Athlet-
ic club Saturday -night. Hyde's time
was 29 seconds. Dunlop, also of Mich-
igan, finished ahead of Valentine, but
was disqualified because of a false
start. Coach Drulard is well pleased
with the showing of the five men
who participated.
Breaks Record
The feature of the evening's events
was the women's 150 yard back
stroke, in which Sybil Bauer of the
Illinois Athletic club broke the world's
record' for 75 foot pool. Shy negotiat-
ed the distance iW 1:22. Margaret
Woodbridge of the Detroit Athletic
club forced Miss Bauer to extend her-
self to the utmost finishing barely a

when practice on the dirt diamond
begins.
Batting Drill This Week
Batting practice which is scheduled
to start the latter part of the week
will afford Coach Lundgren a chance
to size up the offensive power of his
squad. The coach will also be able
to get a line' on each of his prospectso
from the standpoint of hitting, field-
ing and throwing, and will be able to

-Makes Jack a
bull Boy !"
Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps,' indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
play.
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
liards. Come in tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
HUSTON BROS.
Bililards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat yo.u Right".

UNIVERSITY BOXING CLUB,
WILL MEET TO ELECT OFFICERS
Members of the University Boxing
olub will meet at 6:45 o'clock tonight
in the boxing room at the gymnasium
for the purpose of electing permanen-.
offcers. A short business meeting
will be followed by the regular, work-
out of the club.

Capper & Ca
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e firstgoal but second behind the record breaker.
lead. Kerr and Skelton, 16 year old swimmer of the
of the goals for Illinois Athletic club, proved himself
1Y every one of a potential champion by finishing
The Nu Sigs had third in the 200 yard breast stroke
D score but their against a field of 10 of the best men
urate. in the country.
e awarded to the Y Pool to Be Free
The recognition given swimming by
he Board of Athletic Control will
Atball Training now permit swimming team men the
nced spring foot- free use of the Y. M. C. A. pool. Prac-
e first step in a tices are held on Monday, Wednes-
year round foot- day; and Friday, at 3:30 o'clock, and
ice is held three on Saturday at 10 o'clock. Any men
ach G. C. (Butch) wishing to try out should report to
iversity of Chi- Coach Drulard at the times specified,
Thirty-five men ,or should see him in the gymnasium
ity and freshman any afternoon. It is probable that all
en give the coach +men making the swinming team will
to work with. be awarded their numerals.

KEEPING PACE ,
NE of the particular 4
sive, up-to-date clot
ready to consistently se
newest developments in
A service of this kind i
The men and young m
they.can count on the n
wear when they come h
always abreast of the sty
of it.
You'll find us ready with new th
Spring clothing, shirts, neckwear, hats,o
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