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THREE CUSHION PLAY WILL
START MONDAY AFTERNOON
Play in the handicap three cushion
billiard tournament to be conducted
by the Union will begin Monday after-

The Michigan Daily, delivered to Campus news, studen
your home, six mornings a week, for of the outside world,
the rest of the year, $2.00.-Adv. found in the Michigan

International Event Will See
Bowlers In Action

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COACH LUNDGREN

Peoria, 111., March 9.-When the 20th noon at 4 o'clock. Fourteen men
annual international tournament of now entered and some fast gs
the American Bowling congress starts' should be seen before the winn
here tomorrow, it will mark the open- determined. Each man who has
ing of the world's ,largest bowling, tered the tournament should mee
meet. Nine hundred five-men teams the Union billiard room at 4 o'c
are to compete, 110 more than in any Monday afternoon, at which time
previous tournament, will be drawn for first opponent
More than-6,000 bowlers coming from Scratch men will play 25 pc
every state in the union and from and the other men will be graded
Mexico, Canada and Cuba are to com- cordingly. A cup has been offere
pete for the championship and a prizerize rize for this tournament, bu
list which totalsr$41,210. This is an- this is iahandicap meet thewi
other congress record, the largest I will. receive no recognition asc
amount of prize money previous to pus champion as was stated y'e
this year, having been awarded at day.
Toledo in 1919.
Twenty-eight Peoria teams will open EXPERT'HONOXOPATHIC DOG
the tournament tomorrow night at 8
o'clock. For two days Peoria teams TO SPEAK AT HOSPITAL TO
only will compete. Out of town bowl-
ers will begin this invasion, March Dr. W. A. Dewey, professor of.
12 at 8 o'clock, when 'teams from Mil- terial Medica and Therapeutics
waukee, Cleveland, St. Louis, Buffalo, chemical professor of mental
and Cedarsburg, Wis., take the drives. nervous diseases of the Homoeopa

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pions. This initial success of the new
coach was only the beginning of r1
prosperous regime and in the seasons)
of 1915 and 1916 his proteges repeat-1
ed with a majority of wins. The 1917
schedule was 6ancelled because of
the war.'

711 N. UNIVERSITY AV

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Igren entered the University of
s in 1898 and pitched four years
e Sucker varsity. During his
;raduate career he also appear-
the gridiron but it was on the
hat Carl found himself to best
age. It was at this period that
s established itself firmly on the
11 map and Lundgren's twirl-
recorded as a main cog in
7ictoriaus advance. Michigan
rivalled the Urbana aggregtion
.e days and as the coach's follow-
e rumored to remark, Lundgren
t pitch against Michigan.
he Illinois varsity duringthose
rears, there appeared several
who were destined to travel in
mpany and Carl himself was
d up by the Chicago Nationals
2. During the seven years fol-
in which the Cubs won two
s champioships, he was- in-
on the regular hurling staff of

'wOutdoes Alma Materi
Singularly enough Lundgren has
succeeded in beating his alma mater
regularly in spite of the efforts of
Potsy Clark and George Huff who
would have left little undone to best
the old Sucker pitcher. In both years
since Michigan's return to the Big Ten'
in 1917, the Wolverines have snatched
the title from the aspiring Urbana
outfit. In 1919 this was accomplished
by shutting out Illinois with scores
of 7 to 0 and 4 to 0. The 1918 Maize
and Blue Champions dropped a single.
game to Chicago while the following
year Lundgren's machine negotiated
its Conference progrgm without a
slip.
While Grover Cleveland Alexander
of the Cubs returned to Urbana last
year to help round the squad into
shape and Brown, formerly of the
Cubs, plans an excursion back to the
Hoosier camp from which he emerged
some years ago into the baseball
world, Coach Lundgren has remained
steadily at Michigan and has success-
fully offset any strategy'which Wol-
verine opponents may have gleaned
from his big league associates.
]MJURES BACK WHILE IJ
GYM; SENT T.O)'HOSPITAL
Gregoric G. Chattoner, '23, who was
injured at the gymnasium Friday aft-
ernoon, has been removed to the Hom-
oeopathic hospital with a wrenched
back. Chatonner, who is a student
from Salinas, Porto Rico, was jumping
from the spring board on to the buck.
The spring board threw lim into
the air, he turned a somersault and
fell, injuring his spine. He was in
great pain and will be confined to the
hospital for several weeks, but the
nurse attending him said he will un-
doubtedly entirely recover in time.

999

TAXI'

French Folowing Clemceau's Advice
Paris, March 6.-Former Premier
Clemenceau's pithy advice to the
French on his last speaking tour:
"Pay your taxes and have children,"
has been followed by a crystallizing
of seniment fsor prompt remedies to
the gradually decreasing birthrate.
Read the Daily for Campus News.

Medical college, will speak at 8 o'clock
this afternoonin the Homoeopathic
hospital on the subject, "The Methods'
of Homoeopathic prescribing." Dr.
Dewey is recognized in this country
and abroad as an authority on Hom-
oeopathic Material Medica and is the
author of a number of books on the
subject. It will - be his aim in the
lecture to make clear 'the underlying
principals of Homoeopathy.

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not us]
me, y
are t
.loser.

999

TAXI

Amateur Fiishing-
Enlargm'ents'-
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OUR BUSINESS - NOT A
SIDELINE.
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Would You
believe It?

orite with Men
with his experience in
ies Coach Lundgren pos-,
.11 instinct and a person-
has always made him a
ihis men and .which is
ponsible for the perfect
which he has accom-
ghout his career as a dia-

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dgren took charge of Wolverine
L in the spring 1914 when
e Sisler captained the nine. In
ason Michigan annexed the Am-
collegiate championship with
rd of 23 victories and 6 defeats.
title was claimed ty reason of
out of three win in the Pennsyl-
series, a double shutout over
1 and the long end of a series
Notre Dame who in turn had
d the Western Confrence-cham-

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- By BOB ANGELL

ie recent warm spell, although it
rnbled spring, turned the young
's fancy to many other things be-,
love. Devotees of the oval racket
out lack year's balls and bounced
i to see whether they could make
i go another season; the wielders
rassies and putters took frantic
.gs at the atmosphere to the detri-
t of the chandeliers and' their
amates' tempers; the modest -dia-
d artists, who shrunk from report-
o Coach Lundgren, softened up the
gloves and got out the Louisville
gers; the followers of Isaac Wal-
>egan to dream of shady pools and
pdund trout; and the sons of Nep-
could hardly refrain from plung-
into the shimmering State street
s. In other words, the fever had
ped themasil.
at despicable person, the one who
ways taking the joy out of life by

the lion. The month came in wooly.
Let's hope it will fool the adage and go
out just as sheepishly..
Anders Haugen, a resident of Dillon,
Colorado, broke his own record ski
jump by leaping 214 feet the other day.
Andy will be in the flea class if' he
doesn't watch out.
We understand that our friend E.
Mortimer Shuter is looking for unem-
ployed athletes to toss themselves,
each other, and scenery around the
stage in the coming Union opera. In-
eligibles, out-of-season sportien, and
pseudo-athletes may apply. Preference
given to light-headed, double-jointed,
pink-faced men.
Whether the recent flood and the
recognition of swimming as an infor-
mal sport by the Board in Control o
Athletics are in any way connected
is a much mooted question. A large
faction on the campus declares that
Jupe Pluvius forced the Board's hand.
Northwestern has again given up thee
hope of having a baseball team. The
Purple athletes will forget what a
Texas leaguer looks like if they aren't
careful. It is rumored that the North-
western Athletic association looked
with dismay on a season diminishing
funds caused by the disappearance of
baseballs by the dozen into the depths
of Lake Michigan.
Sports may come and sports may
go, but Tom Lovell is ever present.
Besides being a poet and cobbler, the

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