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Coach Lundgren
and every mem-
chan'ce to show
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At Home
April 21-Michigan State Normal.
April 29-Western State Normal.
May 7-Purdue university.
May 8-University of Wisconsin.
May 12--M. A. C .
May 19-0. S. U.
May 22-University of Iowa.
May 25-University of California.
May 27-Notre Dame university.
May 29--University of Illinois.
June 22-University of California.
* tJune 23--University of California.
SWIMMERSi LOWER TWO
TANK MARKS IN PACTICE
GIILMORE AND HYDE BREAK 220
YARD CRAWL AND 150 BACK
STROKE RECORDS
Two Varsity records fell before the
swimming team at' the special prac-
tice 'held Wednesday afternoon when
Gilmore clipped 3-5 of a -second
from his own mark for the 220 yard
free style and. Hyde took 9 seconds
from the 150 yard back stroke rec-
ord.
The, back stroke event was proba-
bly the most interesting in the aft-
ernoon's work. It was a fight be-
tween Hyde and Porter all the way
through. The latter held the lead
until the last two laps when his poor
turnps and a sprint by Hyde brought
the winner to the fore. At the finish
the two were almost together, Porter
crossing the mark hardly more than
a second behind his opponent. An
attempt by Robertson, Hyde, Smith,
and Valentine to lower the existing
record for the 160 yard relay fail-
ed by a narrow margin.
With half a dozen men out for the
diving there' was some stiff , compe-
tition. White was off form and did
not do as well as" was expected,
Garyson and Goldsmith especially
giving him a hot fight. In the
plunge for distance none of the con-
testants reached the end of the pool,
the best mark of slightly over 57
feet being made by Koch.' Hanson,
handicapped by a sore leg, swam well
in the 100 yard breast stroke and'
came close to lowering the tank rec-
ord in that event.
HANDBALL TOURNAMENTS REACR
FINALS; WILL PLAY TODAY
As a result of yesterday's play in
the handball tournament, Brucker and
Sanchez will neet Andrew and Swartz
today for the finals in doubles, while
Gehring will contest with Clark for
'the individual honors. The singles
players will be in the courts at 3
o'clock, andd the doubles game will
be run off as soon as the singles
match is over.
South America Molds Olympc Meets
The annual South American Olym-
pic Championship will be held in
Santiago, Chile, April 23-25. National
meets are being held in Argentina,
Uruguay, and Chile..

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FARRfELL ENTERS
17I INAR. A, U. MEET

Athletes to Compete in Event at
Detroit Arena Next
Saturday

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MICHIGAN MEN TO BE PITTED
AGAINST BEST IN COUNTRY
Against a field of over 600 athletes
Coach.Farrell will pit the 17 members
of Ns track team whom he has en-
tered in the A. A. U. track meet to be
held in the Detroit Arena on Satur-
day under the auspices of the Y. M.
C. A. Whese men will be the official
representatives of the University and
will be entered as the Michigan team.
In addition to this number it is cer-
tain that a number of other students
will compete, but will run under -in-
dependent colors.
Practice this week has been limit-
ed to the gymnasium as the inclement
weather would not permit workouts
on Ferry field. This afternoon the
men will again return .outdoors pro-
vided it is not too cold. The gym-
nasium i§ being decorated for the Hop
and so practice cannot be held there.
10 Events Scheduled
The program for the Detroit meet
contains 10 events. There will be no
high hurdle race and Michigan will
have no entries in the low hurdle.
Carl Johnson is taking no chances
with his leg and consequently. will
compete in but one event, the high
jump. Ray Beardsley is not entered
as he is spending his vacation at
home. Enthusiasts will therefore not
be given the opportunity of seeing the
two Michigan stars compete against
the Loomis brothers, who have been
entered fby the I. A. C.
Cook Will Not Run
In the 50 yard dash Losch and Lash-
met will uphold the Maize and Blue.
Cook's legs are sore as a result of
running on the boards and Coach Far-
rell is reserving his big sprinter for
outdoor running. The same four men
who ran the 440 yard dash and relay
at Cornell have been entered in De-
troit and will make the trip. They
are Butler, Meese, Wetzel, and Wheel-
er. These men will run -in both
events. Burkholder is to be given a
rest and so will not run in the half
mile. Carson and Douglas are the
Michigan entries in the half mile.
Three in Mile
Earle, Everett, and Lukins are the
Varsity trio in the mile and Maynard
is to handle the two mile. Captain
Johnson and Later will both compete
in the high jump. This eyent will
bring together Johnson and Loomis
Baker will be the only Michigan en-
trant in the shot put.
Cross will spend his spring vacation
with his family and consequently only
Slaughter and Wesbrook hav been
signed up for the meet in the pole
vault. Spectators will have a chance
of seeing how the Michigan ien stack
up against Foss, formerly of Cornell,
Parker, Conklin, Waterman foun-
tain pens. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels
Arcade.-Adv.
ARE YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MEN?
Play is as necessary as work.
Any game which is interesting
enough to afford real Re-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro -
vided it is played amid clean, I
decent srroundlngs.

Most young men prefer games
like billiards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, you
are invited to visit our billiard
parlors as often as you wish.
You will find that this- is a
place of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
lutely TABOO.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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the recognized peer of American pole
vaulters.
The meet has for its fundamental
purpose the determination of all avail-
able material in this locality for com-
petition in the sectional tryout meets
from which the American Olympic
team will be selected.
BOXERS PETITION
FOR RECOGNITION
Following the lead of the universi-
ties and colleges of the East, where
boxing his been recognized as a Var-
sity sport for several seasons, the Uni-
versity of Michigan Boxing club wish-
es to have the ring game installed in
the West, both at the University and
in the Western Conference.
Declaring that in view of the many
beiefits to be derived from the game
outweigh what objections there may
be on the part of the prejudiced, the
Boxing club has started a petition on
the campus to fill a three-fold pur-
pose;-first, to have boxing introduc-
ed as a regular sport at the Univer-
sity of Michigan; second, to have an
able boxing instructor secured to
train any members of the club active-

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to allow the boxing aspirants of the
University to enter the competitive
tournaments held by the eastern col-
leges. .
All petitions should be turned in at
the sporting desk of the Michigan.
Daily as soon as filled out.
Typewriters of all makes for sale..
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.

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Eastern Rowing Schedule Annou
The spring schedule for ea
rowing includes the usual crews
Yale, Annapolis, Columbia, Peni
vanla, and Syracuse, and the west
be represented by lCalifornia, and
sibly Leland Stanford, Washington
Oregon.
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By BOB ANGELL,

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-to the aid of their house party. Theirs
is the task of dragging out the tram-
pled' sustaining the battered, and
opening holes for their weaker broth-
ers. Men who have had professional
experience in bouncing, football, and
wrestling, or who have held down jobs
on the police force will find their serv-
ices at a premium.
PHI PSIS DEFEAT PHI GAMS
IN SEMI-FINALS OF RELAYS

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portant as the all-wool fabric
you select if you wish to add to your
self respect and the confidence of
others in you. Society Brand Clothes
have a national reputation as the leader in
correct style and Careful hand-workmanship,
WITH THE VARIED GRADES OF CLOTHING FLOODING
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Phi Kappa Psi defeated Phi Gamma
Delta in the semi-finals of the inter-
fraternity relay races in 1 minute, 18
4-5 seconds. The race was close and
very fast, the time being but 4-5 of a
second slower than that of the win-
ners of the class series. More than 60
men witnessed the race.
Today at 3 o'clock the Phi Psis will
run the Alpha Delts for the cham-
pionship and the cup.

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