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'THE MICHIGAN DAILi

I HiU I u l.u
FORNINE
1 Commence Outdoor
rry Field This
Mrnoon
EN ANNOUNCES
r; 37 TO SURVIVES

At 2 o'clock this afternoon Michi-
g's 1920 diamond meh will trot out
o lerry field for their first outdoor
practice of the season. The initial ap.
pearance of Lundgren's men will be
marked by many new faces on the
squad. The majority of the new men
haye been recruitedafrom last year's
freshmen ine and a few were me-
bers of pre-war Wolverine nine or
have come from other universities.
Squad in Fine Condition
Coach Lundgren has been drilling
his charges indoors since the begin-
ning of the second semester and they
are at present in fine condition to en-
ter the outdoor work. The aggrega-
tion as a whole looks very promis-
ing and this afternoon the Varsity
mentor will have an opportunity to
size up the men individually. The
catchers and fielders in particular will
be given an opportunity to prove their
worth in pegging.
The coach stated that from now o
rules and plays will be discussed on
rainy days. Equipment, consisting of
shoes, shirts, caps, and suits will be
given out to the players frm 9:30 to
12 o'clock and from 1 to 2:30 o'clock
today at the athletic office in the
Press building.
37 Men Survive Fourth Gut
The following 37 men will start
the outdoor practice today and will re-
port at 3 o'clock this afternoon at
Ferry field regardless of the weather:
Pitchers-Parks,d uzicka,'Saunders,
Scheidler, Hubach, Gariepy, Renwick,
Smith, Goldsmith, Richmond, Kres-
age, O'Hara, Schultz. Catchers -
Bigelow, Genebach, Taggert. First
Basemen - Hayes, Newell, Froemke,
Weinburg, Novak, Broome. Second
Base-Hanna, Middleditch, Wimbles.
Third Base-Mraz, Karpus, Hoffman.'
Short Stop-Knode, Frey. Outfield-
Van Domelen, Langenhan, Kirchgess-
ner, Perrin, Pheney, Van Bovn, Dunn'
Weadock.
Freshman Battery Men Report
Coach Mather has issued a call foi
all freshman battery candidates to re-
port to him in the gymnasium at 1
o'clock this afternoon to commence
regular practice. Later a call will be
made for all freshmen baseball men.
HEELER CHOSEN FOURTH
MAN ON MILE RELAY TEAM
ILLNESS FORCES HARDELL FROM
- CORNELL CONTEST IN NEW
ARMORY
Wheeler was selected by Coach Far-
rell Tuesday as the fourth man of the
mile relay team which will compete at
Cornell. Hardell, who regularly runs
on the relay quartet, has a slight
touch of the grippe and will be un-
able to make the Cornell trip.
The selection of Wheeler came as a
result of the showing he made in the
tryouts for the position held yesterday
afternoon. His time for the 440 yard
was better than that of any of .the
other contestants.
Half ile and Mlle Today
This afternoon at 4 o'clock tryouts
will be held in the mile and half mile
to determine what men will make the
trip to Ithaca. It is expected that the
competition for places will be ex-
tremely keen.
According to Captain Johnson,
Michigan's chances in the dual meet
Saturday are about even. Cornell is
always strong in track and, although
this year's team is not as good as
many previous ones, it is certain that
th#e Red team will give Michigan a
real contest. The meet is to be the
occasion for the dedication of the new
armory at Cornell, and the Ithacans

are therefore extremely anxious to
win the event. To Cornell students
it naturally seems only right that the
new building should be dedicated with
a victory.
Military Feature Planned
The team will be the guests of the
Savage club during its stay in Ithaca.
A military feature is being planned by
the advanced artillery unit at Cor-
nell. Just before commencement of
the meet, four picked squads will be
requiredto take four guns from one
end of the building to the other, un-
limber them, go into action, and fire
a complete round of blanks. The win-
ning squad will be awarded a trophy.

{ INTERCLASS BASKETBALL
' nWednesday at 8 o'Clock
SeniorTlits vs. upperclass laws.
Soph engineers, vs. the winners
of Tuesday night's game be-
tween Zinn's fresh lIts and the
junior engineers.
COMN AKMEET
100 Yard Back Stroke Event Re..
duced to 60 on
Request
EIGHT SETS OF NUMERALS
WILL BE AWARDED TO MEN
More interest in the interclass
swimming meet is being manifesteaQ
each day as Friday and Saturday, the
days set for the event, approach. It
is now certain that at least eight sets
of numerals will be awarded, as more
than 40 men have signed up or have
signified their intention of doing so.
Schedule of Events
As a result of numerous requests.
the 100 yard back stroke event has
been reduced to 60 yards. This will
give a greater opportunity to a large
number oftmenwho claim that 100
yards is too great a distance for
them to compete in. Following is the
schedule of events planned:
Friday evening at 8 o'clock-Pre-
limin.ries in the 40 and 100 yard free
style swims and in the 60; yard back
stroke. A 440 yard swim will be held
if a sufficient number of men desire
to enter. There will be no prelimin-
ary to this event.
Saturday evenng at 8 o'clock-Fin-
als in the 40 and 100 yard free styl
and in the 60 yard back stroke; plunge
for distance, breast stroke, 220 yard
free style, and fancy diving. From
the best swimmers in the 40 and 100
yard events, a relay team to repre-
sent each class will be picked. There
will be four men on each team, each
man to -swim 40 yards.
Fifteen to Be Picked
This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock the
last Varsity practice before the selec-
tion of the team 'will be held. Every
man who has been out for the squad
at any time is urged to be on hand,
as his presence may result in his be-
ing placed among the chosen 15.
The broken springboard at the Y
has not yet been replaced but it is
expected to be ready in time for the
meet. Measurements fbr it were tak-
en on Monday.
,Entries Still Open
It is still possible to enter the in-
terclass meet. Men desiring to en-
ter should sign up on the interclass
book at the Y. Space will be found
in the book for name, class, and
events. A payment of five cents will
then admit the entrant into the pool
for practice. Every practice follow-
ing will also be five cents, and admis-
sion for the finals on Saturday night
wili9 be free. There will probably be
no stars in the meet, and chances to
win numerals are good.
INTERCLASS RELAY
TO BE FOUR LAPS
One lap instead of two will be the
distance run by each men in the in-
terclass relay races. Two laps was
the.distance previously announced but
it has been reduced to the same length

as the fraternity contests.
Each man may run as many trial
laps as he desires and his time will be
taken each time. Iis best time will
be considered in making up the teams.
John Barnes, '22, is doing the timing
and he will be on hand at the gym-
nasium from 2 to 3 o'clock and from
7:30 to 9 o'clock every day this week.
According to the custom in inter-
class athletic contests, the medics,
dents, and laws will have two teams,
an upperclass and an undeiclass
squad. The architects, homoeops,
pharmics, and foresters will each have
one team representing the enfire
school.
Work Awaiting Applicants
Several board jobs are open to stu-
dents who have only a few 8 and 1
o'clock classes. Men wishing further
Information should apply at the em-
ployment office at Lane hall. One
position for a man willing to work
evenings during the week end is open.
Two jobs of general house help are
waiting.
Iowa Students Veto Honor System
Students in the college of medicine,
pharmacy, law, and applied science
and liberal arts voted against an honor
system to be established at Iowa. Out
of a total of 728 votes cast 449 favor
the principle and 297 oppose it.

championship a hard and fast game
will result. Both teams have played
excellent ball all through the race and
both are in fine condition for the,
game. Besides the desire to win the
championship, the lits are also set-
ting out to even up matters with the
laws for the football defeat which
they suffered at the hands of the lat-
ter aggregation.
Close Game Predicted
It is hard to predict just which team
will prove victorious. For the lits, the
two Cress brothers and Van Boven are
the combination which has helped that
team win every game. All three of
these men played on the same high
school team and on the same frater-
nity team earlier in the season.

COURT FINALS TONIGHT
.Upperelass Laws to Aeet Senior Lits
for Basketball ChampionhIp
When the upperclass laws and the
senior lits meet tonight at 8 o'clock
for the campus interclass basketball

For the laws, Cohn and Loring will
carry the main burden. Cohn was a
member of the Varsity squad a year
ago but never played a sufficient
number of games to be awarded his
"M." ' He is, therefore, still eligible
for this team.
Line-ups Annlounced
The lits will probably line up with
Van Boven and Klein as forwards,
Elmer Cress at center, and Earl
Cress and Stotzer as guards; the laws
will line up with Cohn and Mettern as
forwards, Loring at center, ard. Green-
Wald and Phillips as guards.
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It Is Still Called
"Bowling Green"
In the old colony days, bowl-
Ing was a popular sport.
The out-door play-ground,
where bowlers were wont to
congregate---in the city now
called New York-is still known
as "BOWLING GREEN.".
Bowling is not a fad. It has
been played too mnany years for
that. It has an eternal fascina-
tion.
Come in today and watch. See
if you don't get the "fever."
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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GIVE HIM SUGAR
A maid's love is gained thru her mind
GIVE HER FLOWERS
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AS BILLY FORTUNE IN

"WATER

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Afternoons
Orchestra Music

Evenings

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CHILDREN - 1- c

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WILL ROGERS Wat erWater, vertwhere
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and we'll spill some dope on
how to be happy the dry. The
ladies out Redstone way thot
they had buried old John Bar-
leycorn. They did alright but
while the ceremony was going
on, Billy Fortune, that gol-dern-
ed cut-up, put the fun in the
funeral. And by cracky, when
Hell's Bells Saloon turned into
a soda store, all done up in pret-
ty baby ribbons and a lot of
right slick lookin' city gals be-
gan to serve tuti-fruties and
such to the men folks - what
d'ye think happened? Well, it
is something that will surprise
you and make you laugh right
out loud when you see Will Rog-
ers in this scream.

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Star Comedy
"OLD CLOTHES,
FOR NEW".
Bray Pictograph

WILL ROGERS SAYS
Little drops of water that we used to think were only made
for chasers are now the whole darned drink.
When you don't care particular for what you're" drinking you
like to look at something good over the top of your glass. He got
"something good" for the boys-and then the fun began.

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