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Half Milers Leave Today;
nedr of Squad Goes


track men will make the
ranston with Coach Farrell
idoor Conference meet on
d Saturday. The coach,
ohnson, the quarter milers,
milers will leave on the 1:16
noon and the rest of the
go Friday morning at 8:50
ary heats will be run in
r mile and in the half mile
ernoon, the finals in these
ing place Saturday evenitig.
aking his four quarter mil-
r, Meese, Wetzel, and Har-"
will compete in the 440 an
ill make up the Varsity mile

With the staging of two matches to-
day the semi-finals were completed.
Dunphy had little trouble throwing
Mahaffy, pinning him to the mat in
2 minutes, 20 seconds, with a head
scissors and wrist lock.
.After 10 minutes ' of hard work
Packard and Dyni left the mat, neith-
er having gained a decision. After a
short rest they were at it again but
5 minutes more offered the judges no
better way of judging the be'tter man,
Tomorrow at 4 o'clock these two men
will face each other again in an ef-
ifort to determine which one of them
will meet Dicken in the finals.
The following men have survived
the strenuous eliminating and will
take part in the finals next Saturday:
J. Planck. G. Planck, Haller, Dun-
phy, Dicken, Packard, and Gillard.
Packard is also competing in the wel-
terweight class and either he or Dyni
will wrestle Dicken for the champion-
ship in that class.

Second Base and Outfield Candidates
Hardest Hit in Coach's
[latest Cut
Coach Lundgren's third cut in his
baseball squad has resulted in 40 sur-
vivors of his once numerous' aggrega-
tion of diamond aspirants. The great-
est number were removed from the


Now on display
Get measured
today and be ready
for spring wear.

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Two in, Half Aile
For the half mile, Lukins and Burk-:
holder will carry the Michigan col-
ors. Burkholder has not run since he
pulled a tendon in his leg some weeks
ago. At the time he was the most
promising half miler on the squad and
Steve is taking a chance on his be-
ing able to pull through the meet
without having his leg break down. He
has performed better than 'any of the
880 men on the squad and it is hoped
that he will prove strong enough to
do himself full justice. Lukins placed
second in the dual meet against Chi--
cago and his work has been sufficient-
ly favorable to inrr.ure him a place on
the squad.
The rest of thie squad made up 't
Cook, Losch, and Lashmet in the
dashes; Cross, Wesbrook, and Slaugh-
ter, in the pole vault; Baker and Stipe
in the shot put; Beardsley, Johnson's
tean mate, in the hurdles; Later for
the high jump, and Maynard and Earle
for the mile and two mile will leave
for Evanston Friday morning. The
events in which these men will com-
pete do not take place until Satur-
day. Manager Parsons, of the track
team, and Clarence, the demon rub-
ber, 'will accompany the squad.
Counts on Dash Team
Coach Farrell is countin; on his
dash team for points, and consequent-
ly he is taking all four men. The same
is true in the pole 'vault, where the
squad of three should gather points.
Captain Johnson will compete in three
events, the high hurdles, dash, and
high jump. He will be well support-
ed by Beardsley in the hurdle, by Lat-
er in the high jump, and by Cook,
,Losch. and Lashmet in the c7ash.





Interclass basketball is beginning
to show form as the semi-finals are
reached. The game between the jun-
for and fresh engineers, which went
to the former team, was the fastest
and hardest fought contest to date
The final score was 10 to 6. At the
end of the half the points stood 8 to
6, favor the winners. The game was
rough and fiercely contested through-
out. Reynolds got eight of the win-
ner's scores.
Cress Scores High
Tighter than the' score would in-
dicate was the game between te sen-
ior lits and Quartel's fresh lits. In
this contest the former won by a score
of 22 to 13, but at no time until the
last five minutes was there more than
two points difference between the
teams. With five minutes to play El-
mer Cress tore loose and ran up the
long lead, scoring 14 of his team's 22
The senior engineers beat the un-
-derclass laws in a fast game, by a 22
to 12 score. Edison and Brohl starred
for the winners while Bacon played
the whole game for the losers.
'20 Lits in Semi-Finals
These games put the senior lits in
the semi-finals. The race is nearing
the close and competition is beconjing
keen. The most promising teams so
far are the senior lits and the upper-
class laws although the senior and
junior engineers have been showing
great improvement and may prove to
be dangerous contestants for the final
honors. At any rate the contest be-
tween the laws and the lits is sure to
be tight because of the desire on the
part of the lits to avenge' their foot-
ball defeat at the law's hands.
The junior and soph engineers won
their protests against Pitro's fresh
lits, on account of the fact that
Pietro was playing ineligible men.
With but one week remaining be-
fore the final cut in the swimming
squad the aquatic candidates are put-
ting forth their best efforts in last
endeavors to be among tle chosen
In the sprints there is a wide range
of choice among such crack men as
Hyde, Stuart, Settle, Valentine, Rob-
ertson, Bush, Gilmore, and others of
no mean ability. In the distances
Drulard will have to make careful
selections from Babcock, Levy, Dun-
lop, Smith, and Randall, as well as
a number of others who are deserv-
ing of credit. There are 'no plungers
of exceptional ability, but Koch, Stein,
Lewy, Million, and Elliott are all in
the rnning. The best breast strokers
are probably Hanson, Loeb, and
Hyde, while the latter's name appears
once more among the back stroke
men in company with Myers, Porter,
and Elliott. Although it is not the
intention of Drulard to overwork
Hyde his name is found once more
as a companion to White in the dives.
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host of second base and outfield can-1i><) RaE
didates. The pitching staff was left
nearly intact, while no changes were!
made in the list of catchers, first o , Worry Your Hea OfBetter
third basmen. If You Want To
One Short Stop Left -but if you're wise, you'll forget all
your worries after school hours.
For the job of shortstop, Knqde, Shake off your troubles when the whistle
'captain of last'year's Varsity. is the blows and you shut up your desk for the VARSI
ltyears yday. Come to HUSTON BROS. and play
lone survivor. He has so success- a few games of billiards.
fully held down this position for two I No game eve inventiorrest ful pheas TOGGERIY
horresondenotgi oe restfulladtanan
seasons that there were few hopefuls horrsosetorablirdal.
brave enough to stack their ability TON BROS. 1107 S. UNIV
,against him. Billiards and Bowling, Cigars AVE.
The catching staff with three sur- and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
vivors will probably stand. The re- "We try to treat you Right"
ceiving job has apparently been jinx-
ed all year, ap there are on the cam-
pus a number of catchers rof ability.
who are unable to play due to ineli-
gibility of some sort.
Many for Bases
First and third bases are well for- .
tified with men and it is not unlikely '
that a number of these men will be
shifted to other positions or retained
on the reserves when Varsity selec-
tions are 'made.td
Violet and ss
The pitching staff at present has the
largest number of candidates. The G lo e
twirlers have been going -t a swift = G a ore
pace since batting has begun and a
large number of moundsmen are kept
busy daily. Among the" veterans of
former Varsity teams, Captain Parks,. n P lants-of all K
Ruzicka, Saunders and Schneidl.er are
going well. O'Hara, Hubach, and
Gariepy, of the recruits, are doing ex-
cellent work and it seems likely that O ur.S
some of these men will be included
on the regular staff.
New Pitchers Good p
O'Hara has been steady in warming
up. He shows an abundance of stuff a
and gives much promise, and his fast
ball is working nicely. Hubach and
Gariepy, the southpaws, are cing con-
sistent work. Hubach has speed and
curves, but is a trifle wild st times
when working in batting practice. Ga-
riepy has control and not a few fool-
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W. H. Ingham, '21, (22) defeated A.
Moore, grad, (25) 22 to 17 Tuesday
ht at the Union billiard room in
last game of the second round
the Union three cushion tourna-
[his tournament has been running
the past several weeks and of thej
men who entered the field has nar-
ved down to W. H. Inghawm, '21, J.
Harbert, '23, E. I. Martin, '22, and
D. Moeller, '23. These men have
intained their positions in the se-a
s by consistent good play, eachI
ving eliminated two opponents.
n the semi-final round, Moeller will
et Ingham at 3 o'clock this after-I
on and Harbert will oppose Martin
8 o'clock. The winners of today's
tches will meet in the final con-
t at 4 o'clock Saturday in the Union
Several entries 'have been received
the inter-fraternity three cushion
trnament, which will be ran off at
Union room beginning next week,
a sufficient number of entries are
by that time to warrant it.
ini Publishes Sunday Supplement
Publication of a Sunday supplement
:tion by the Daily Illini last week1
tkes it the second college paper to
blish afeature section. The Mich-
.n Daily was the first to edit such

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and the range is from the very smartest
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