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IONS TO MEET
tinued from Page One)
Speer is a half miler of no
ite. He and Jones have won
it meets in which they were
At the Illinois Relay Carni-
hicago two mile team made
>tain Speer, Jones, Otis, and

ers, Brickman, Pearce, Kennedy, W.
Bowers, Moore; (Michigan) Burkhold-
er, Larson, Carson, Lukins, Douglas,
Fitzgerald, Butler', Shaw, Messner;
mile run-(Chicago) Otis, Brickman.
Moore, Jones, W. Bowers, Harding;
(Michigan) Maynard, Earle, Everett,
Lukins, Mosher, Reed; 2 mile run-
(Chicago) Otis, W. Bowers, Harding;
(Michigan) Schimmel, Mosher, Reed,
Maynard, Earle, Penberthy; high
jump-(Chicago) Schneberger, Phil-
lips, W. Bowers; (Michigan) Johnson,
Later, Wood, Slaughter; pole vault-
(Chicago) Hall, Schneberger; (Mich-,
igan) Cross, Wesbrook, Slaughter,
Naylor; shot put-(Chicago) Higgins,
Jackson, Fouche, McWilliams; (Mich-
gian) Baker, Stipe.'
BATTING PRACTICE
BECOMES SPIRITED

INDIANA GAME MONDAY

Michigan will play Indiana at
Bloomington Monday night in-
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lied a hew carniv
-milers covering t
4-5. With the a
ilder, the best ha
arsity squad, it w:
i as Carson, Lukir
d, or Messner to di
of the Maroon men.
bids fpr the mile a
le, and Everett. F
)tis, and Bowers ha
ea event. In the 4
[aroons seem to ha
'heir mile relay tea
re's quarter milers
Chicago men have e
reputation for they
in the shot put wi
ar, the Midway scho
,dvantage. , HowevE
n hand to push t

val
he
b-
alf
vill
as,
is-

maining events. Headed by Cal
fohnson and ably supportedt
st of the esquad, Michigan w
n the hurdles, dashes, hig jum
e pole vault, for the majority
uints. Carl is entered in fo
and is counted on for at lea
firsts. With Johnson, Los
let, and Cook, Michigan's da
will be very strong. Chica
1 exceptionally good man for t
however, in the person of M4
d, who has negotiated the d
in 5 3-6.

Batting practice is now in full
re swing. The diamond men are step-
or ping up to the plate with more con-
ve fidence and less sidestepping is in ev-
40 idence except when a pitcher is ex-
ve ceptionally wild.
U Catcher Taggert was the victim of
at several wild ones yesterday. Taggert
s- says that he doesn't 'mind the fast
m- ones when he is working behind the
th bat but as a dodger he lays no claim-
ol to skill.
er, Coach Lundgren and Captain Parks
he each have expressed themselves as
being particularly pleased with the
way things are going. The Varsity
mentor says that his men have re-
p- sponded well to the indoor' practice
by and for the most part they are in ex-
ill cellent condition. Langenhai is back
Lp' on the floor doing good work with the
of stick after having been out for some
ur time with a sore foot.
st No definite arrangements have been
ch, made to fill the dates left \open by
sh the cancellation of Chicago's Confer-
go ence schedule. Director Bartelme
he states that negotiations are pending
c- with several Big Ten schools for
is-
games to fill the open dates of May:
1 and 15. It is likely that all the
m- Conference schools will rearrange
nd their schedules in such a way as to
nld have games for the dates left vacant.
by the Maroons absence. With the de-
yve
hi- parture of the Midway nine there are
th seven competing teams. Northwestern
and Minnesota, the other absentees,
on have not of late years entered nines
in the race.

stead of F'riay as was announc-;
ed in The Daily. The date of;
this game, was shifted during
the week between semesters,
when the paper was not issued.
Owing to this fact, the change
was overlooked and the original
schedule followed in the prev-
ious stories.
. Ohio State will be played at.
Columbus tonight, as originally?
scheduled.
MAT SEMI-FINALS
TO BE HELD TODAY
Wrestling semi-finals in all weights
will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock
in Waterman gymnasium. Eighteen
men still remain in the race and the
results of the matches today Will de-
termirne who is to compete in the
finals for the championship of the
campus.
The following matches are sched-
uled:
Lightweight-R. P. Fleckenstein vs.
E. W. Gillard. Welterweight-J. N.
Landis vs. C. L. Dyni, D. W. Dicken
vs. A.. S. Boschan, L. A. Packard vs.
J. M. Kerr. Middleweight-C. P. Hal-
ler vs. G. F. Kalmback. Heavyweight
-Joe Planck vs. Paul Goebel, George
Palnck vs. H. H. Mudd.
This will complete the semi-finals
with the exception of two bouts which
will take place next Wednesday be-
tween lightweights Packard and Land-
is and middleweights Dunphy and'
Mahaffy.
The best wrestlers on the campus
will be in action this afternoon and all
those interested in wrestling should
be present. The mat will be moved
down stairs to the main .floor of the
gym in order to accommodate the
spectators.
Campus news, student doings, news
of the outside world, are all to be
found in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.

EAST IND WEST CLASH
IN CURT TITLE SERIES
CHICAGO AND PENNSYLVANIA TO
PLAY FOR NATIONAL CHAM.
PIONSHIP
Chicago, Ili., March 13.-Dates have
been set for the series between the
University of Chicago and the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, to decide the na-
tional championship.
The first game will be played here
on March 22 and the second in Phil-
adelphia on March 25. In the event
of the necessity of a third game it
will be played in Princeton on March
27.
Both teams are evenly matched and
great interest is being manifested in,
the title clash. Chicago has lost only
one game this year, winning the Con-
ference championship. That one con-
test was dropped to Iowa in the early
part of the season. Pennsylvania won
the Eastern intercollegiate champion-
ship with nine games won and none
lost, playing all of the best fives on
the Atlantic coast.
This clash between the Eeast and
West is in line with the movement to
determine the national champions in
all sports by means of the post-season
sectional series. Since the pre-emin-
ence of the East was establsihed on
the gridiron by Harvard the West
turns to Chicago as a means of bring-
ing victory to this part of the country.
IMPORTANT CHANGES MADE IN
HARVARD BUSINESS COURSES
Cambridge, March 12. - Important,
changes have been made in the Har-
vard business curriculum which will
go into effect in September, 1920. The
courses in the school have now been
grouped into the following principal
divisions, designed to furnish to stu-
dents the most satisfactory training
for the several general business fields
indicated by the titles of the groups:
Accounting, banking, foreign trade,
industrial management, lumbering,
marketing, statistics and, transporta-
tion.

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Old Age Has
Got You

If You Can't Play

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SPRING SUIT

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
grow old.
You'd be surprised to find how
many people find the ancient
game of "ten ,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
bones..

"Better Fit

Now on

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vaulting team con
ook, Slaughter, at
perience little troubl
ent against Hall an
knson and Later hay
he high Jump but Ch
a bid for a place wi
illips, and Bowersc
stants. With McDo7
serious obstacle for
place in both hui
d Beardsley for Mic
ted on for points. A
to cpnsideration, t
> have a little bett
e to finish up on t
core, although it w
t kind of going f
in' the team for itt

PITAL COATS.

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the meet have been
are as follows, Clerk
Millard; starter, Dr.
clerks of course, Fred
Forbes, R. Fischer,
M. Rourke; judges of
'ernor, Professor Car-
kUgler, Charles Purton;
mer Heath, Ralph Bur-
lAngus Goetz, George
ofield; announcer, Har-
rers, Con Church, Bob

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HTcmhowauyrr U C,gin
Russel Barnes, Pem H
Evan Holbrook, Carl L
Dr. Reed (Chicago), "

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SWDI TEAM NEEDS PLUNGERS;,
TRYOUTS TO BE HELD MONDAY
With one exception practically every
swimming event is now in competent
,hands. This one is the plunge for
distance. To be a good plunger ajnan
does not necessarily have to be an ex-
'pert swimmer. The chief requisite is
size, either in the form of powerful
build or superfluous avoirdupois.
Plungers are allowed one minute in
'the water, and'the distance covered at
the end of that time, or the place
where the man comes up previous to
the expiration of his minute, is the
length of the plunge.
Special tryouts for prospective
plungers will be held on Monday aft-
ernoon at 3:30 o'clock in the Y. M. C.
A. pool.
Gymnasium Lockers Not HLire Yet
None of the new gym lockers have
arrived as yet and with track and
baseball practice and large gym class-
es the'capacity of the gym is being
taxed to the limit.
At the beginning, of last semester
the buildings and grounds committee
placed an order for a thousand newl
steel lockers in order to relieve the
congestion which was even then acute.
The order was given to a firm which'
promise delivery by the first of Dec-
ember but as yet none of the lockers
have been installed, although 200 have
been shipped.
Upperelass Laws and Fresh Lits Win
Upperclass laws defeated the sen-
ior engineers in the interclass bask-
etball race by the score of 26 to 16
and Crawford's fresh lits won from
the graduates by the score of 25 to8
Thursday night.
There will be no interclass games
tonight on account of the track meet.
The Michigan Daily, delivered to
your home, six mornings a week, for
the rest of the year, $2.00.-Adv.

MARCH
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7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
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28 29 30 31,....
Men--Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked 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
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.

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PAGING ALL STUDENTS!!!
fROM
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN
Please call No 258 between 6 and
7 P. M. and ask for George B.
Wilson,
WILSONVhAS AN IMPORTANT
MESSAGE fOR YOU.
PIlONE 258

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[nasmuch as the two mile run and
e low huddles have never been run
a Varsity .meet in Waterman gym-
slum, whatever times are made in
ese events tonight will go down as
e official gymnasium records.
Entries
'he entries for the meet follow: 50
rd dash - (Chicago) McDonald,
use, Fulton, Harris; (Michigan)
inson, Losch, Lashmet, - Cook,
ersh, Weeks, Humphrey; 60 yard
gh hurdles - (Chicago) McDonald,
Bowers, Barker, Schneberger,
use; (Michigan) Johnson, Beards-
), Herringshaw; 65 yard low hur-
s-(Chicago) McDonald, W. Bow-
s, Schneberger, Rouse, Barker;
[ichigan) Johnson, Beardsley, Her-
gshaw; 440 yard dash -(Chicago)
,rris, Cowan, Speer, Jones, Kenne-
, Hall; (Michigan) Butler, Hardell,
ese, Joyner, Keidanz, Messner, Pet-
Wetzel, Wheeler, Shaw; 880 yard
sh-(Chicago) Speer, Jones, M. Bow-

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