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derfully suited for track meets as out-
door conditions are made possible ins
all events. The track is six and three-
quarters laps to the mile, the largest
indoor track in the country. It is a
cinder path, a condition which makes
-ossible much better time for track

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Prizes in All Events

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EVENTS
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a meet in

7arsity track
compete in
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Relay Car-
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Prizes will be awarded in all
events. To the memebrs of the relay
teams which win first places will be
given gold watches, silver medals to
the members of' the teams finishing
second, and bronze' medals to the
members of. teams finishing third. A
silk banner will also be awarded to
winning team. For the winners of in-
dividual events, first prizes are gold
watches; second, silver medals; third,
t bronze medals.
Coach Farrell has entered his men
in the following events: One mile re-
lay team: Meese, Wetzel, Wheeler,
Hardell, and Butler (four to be se-
lected)..
r Medley relay team (first two men to
run a quarter, the third man a half
- mile, the fourth man a mile), two
quarter milers, one fresh man and
one who has already run in mile race,
s Butler (half mile), Earle (mile).
. Special Entries
Seventy-five yard dash: Losch,
Lashmet; 75 yard high hurdles, John-
son, Beardsley; 75 ,yard -low hurdles,
Johnson, Beardsley; pole vault, Cross,
r Wesbrook, Slaughter;
High jump: Johnson, Later; shot
d put, Baker; broad jump, Lashmet,
o Wesbrook; two mile relay team, none
e ntered; four mile relay team, none
entered.

WISCoNSIN HERE FOR
BADGERS HOLD TO SIXTJIPLACE
IN CONFERENCE
AVERAGES
Michigan and Wisconsin will meet
tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Waterman
gynnasium. This is the second game
between the two teams this season,
the first being won by the Badgers
40 to 13, a month ago at Madison.
The Badger lineup will be the same
which has proved effective for the
Madison team all this year, with Cap-
tain Knapp and Taylor at forwards,
Zulfer at center, Sundt and Weston
or Frogner at guards.
MichigaA will play Rea or Weiss
and Karpus at forwards, Dunne at
center, and Williams and Peare or
Wilson at' guards.
Wisconsin is' now in sixth place in
the Conference ratings, and a win
from Michigan will not materially ef-
fect the Badger chances of finishing
higher, but will take away thetsting
of the several defeats that the Badg-
ers have been hajided already this sea-
son.
GIRLS' PICK CLASS
BASKETBALL TEAMS

Bomb Endangers American Consul
' Zurich, March 5.--A bomb exploded
last night under the porch of tke Am-
erican consulate here, seriously dam-
aging the building but injuring no
one.

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sh, 75 yard
iw hurdles,
ot put, and
wiinner fOr
determined
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came second
te took third
i first in all
the medley.
won a first at
e closest be-
th6 two mile
ar is the first
carnival hay-
ring the war.
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ered but two
) and medley.
If milers and
year did not.
and four mile
milers and
pinning his
st relay race.
mn, Minnesota
1 to have fast
man and he
ig the favor-
Chicago can-
rtis is an un-
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also
Chi-

repeat its victory of
dual events, Michigan
strongest bid. With
i to head the list, the
Wolverine squad are
ng the top. He will
lIes, ably assisted by
The versatile cap-
red in the high jump
tion will permit ,after]
Lese events, he may
and broad jump. The
Dam will compete en
e was not unwilling
e looked for points in
in Weights
be represented in the
r. Although nct equal
Chicago, he can han-
i no mean skill. Losch
re a very fast dash
require a mighty fast
t either of the two.{
s a team mate to Carl
ip and Wesbrook and
:ned up for the broad

M H nIN CHIRGE OF
JARSITY BlL PLAYERS
ALL PLAYERS IN GOOD SHAPE
AND READY FOR
BATTING
Varsity baseball men are still prac-
ticing without the aid of Coach Lund-
gren who is confined at his home
with an attack of tonsilitis.. During
Lundgren's absence ,the squad of dia-
mond artists are being handled, by
Coach Mather. The Varsity mentor is
expected to be on hand today or Mon-
day to direct the play of his charges.
Men In Good Condition
All the members of the squad are
far advanced in the rudiments of the
national pastime and are in excellent
condition to begin batting practice on
Monday. Stick work was scheduled
for yesterday's practice but the abs-
ence of a bat box has caused its
'postponement until Monday. The cage'
in the east end of the gymnasium is
being lengthened to accommodate the
moundsmen, catcher, and batter. Some
of the men have already brought'
their Louisville sluggers to practices
and expect to start the season off
right by hammering the offerings of
the large staff of pitchers. f
Hoppe Reports'
Hoppe, outfielder of lasttyear's
freshman nine, reported for the first
time yesterday afternoon. Hoppe
proved himself last year to be a de-
pendable hitter and an accurate field-
er in the otter garden. He comes from
ilarrison Technical high school of
'Chicago and for two years was the
ifirst baseman for the Harrison nine
on which Ruzicka and Mraz played.
Mraz was a catcher in those days
when Ruzicka and Mraz composed
the battery which won for the Har-
rison aggregation the prep school
chapiplonship of Chicago in 1915, '16,
and '17. If Hoppe can perform for
the Wolverines as his teammates
have done Coach Lundgren will have
a valuable addition to his already
promising squad of diamond pro-
spects.

Selections for the girls basketball
class teams have been made. The
seniors to make. the team are: for-
wards: Myrtle Bahm and Dorothy
Jones; jumping center, . Elsie Erley;
side center, Edna Daskam; guards,
Lucy Huffman and Helen Monroe.
The substitutes are Sue Verlenden
and Marjorie Van Norman.
Those to make the Junior team are:
forwards: Allis Hussey and Beulah
Brown; jumping center, Helen Koch;
side center, Edith Apfel; guards, Phyl-
lis Wiley and Narcena Bassett. Neva
Nelson, Katrina Schermerhorn, Alice
Blair, .Gertrude Dawson, and Louise
Duncan are the substitutes.
A first ;and second team were se-
lected by the' sophomores. The first
team have as forwards: Thgkla Wer-
muth and Hazel Storz; jumping cen-
ter, Gertrude Boggs; side center, Eve-
lyn Rockwell; guards, Frances Wei-
mar and Felma 'Meuller. The second
team are Thekla Roese, Helen Wong,
Carol McDonald Helen Bishop, Mar-
garet Spaulding and Margaret Beck.
Freshman first team 'is, forwards:
Gretta Adams and Margaret Cos-
grove; jumping center, Ruth Wal-
dron; side center, x Helen Miller;
guards, Imma Koshetz and Potter.
The second and third teams are Joyce
Van Alstyne, Leah Rice, Elsa Oissen,
Marion Koch, Grace Fry, Dorothy
Brown, Edith Dahlberg, Martha Dodd,
Gertrude Stratbucker, Florence Dem-
rick, Lucy Huber and Miriam Schlot-
terbeck.
I MATCHES FOR
WRESTLERS TODAY

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Sevqn wrestling matches are sched-
uled for 3 o'clock today at the gym
as follows: lightweight, J. 'N. Landis
vs. J. C. McClune; welterweights, E.
M. Beresford vs. J. M. Kerr and A.
S) Boshon vs. A. P. Scholl; middle-
weights, C. P. Haller vs. R. C. Buell,
and Ray Mahaffy vs. C. J. Prillwitz;
heavyweights, J. W. Planek vs. M. C.
Weinstein, and Paul Goebel vs. F. B.
Darden.
The ijudges will be Roy Johnson,
'20, and Jack Pollock, '20L. Andy
Meadows, '22L, will refpree.-
. These matches will complete the
preliminaries in the wrestling tourna-
ment. Attentipn is called to the fact
that the matches will begin at 3
o'clock instead of at 4 o'clock as for-
merly.
Roper to Retire April 1
Washington, March 5.-Daniel C.
Roper, cgmmissioner of internal rev-
enue, will retire from office April 1.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
News.-Adv.

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X-ray tube for medical service
Radio telephone and telegraph
Electric welding and applications
Searchlights for the Army and Navy
Electric furnaces for gun shrinkage
Magneto insulation for air service
Detonators for submarine mines
Incendiary and smoke bombs
Fixation of nitrogen
Substitutes for materials
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claim for first
ual events will
already shown
1 dual meets.
a contender for

/Detroit Northern Meets A. A. In Track
Detroit Northern high school track
team will meet the Ann Arbor high
school track team at 7 o'clock to-
night in the Ann Arbor high gymna-
sium. This is the first of a series of
three meets to be held with the De-
troit high schools. Detroit Northern
is one of the strongest teams hi the
state and a close meet is expected. Dr.
May will act as starter.

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