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R-T FOR
y Signified Their De-
e Out for Pigskin
Drill

THER SENDS MEI THROUGH
FAST PRACTICE NRUDIMENTS
pring- football practice opened yes-
lay when Coach Mather snt 22
didates through a short drill ses-
i. It is expected that this num-
will be tripled today, as 45 men
e already called for their equip-
.t.
esterday's turnout was not nearly
arge as it would have been had the
been delayed a day. With every-
back in school today it is hoped
t an unprecedented number will
e out. Because of last fall's dis-
ous season the interest in football
auch keener than usual this spring.
s is the first chance that the Uni-
sity has had to demonstrate in con-
;e form the fact that the campus
taken the fo6tball situation to
rt. It is, therefore, hoped and ex-
ed that every man who has any
ball ability, or who has the slight-
reason to believe that he might
e such ability, will turn, out for
tice.
:onday's session consisted in prac-
in the fundamentals of the pigskin
time. Coach Mather had the men
dling the ball, falling on it, and
rwise getting- the kinks out of
r unused muscles.
VIM MERS TO MEET
GRAND RAPIDS "Y"
gainst an entry list of 12 men in
50 yard free style swim held in a-
onal A. A. U. meet at the Detroit
letic club on Saturday, April 10,
bLign swimmers landed first, se c
, apd third places. Tiree prelim-
'y heats wereeld, Hyde of Michi-
winning the first, Valentine of
ligan and Gilbreath of the D. A. C.
Iming a dead heat in the second,
Gilmnore of Michigan taking hon-
in the third.
letory in the final went to Hyde,
s Valentine second, and Gilmore
d. Gilbreath, the D. A. C. star,
shed a poor fourth, but was handi-
ped by a late start. The feature
it of.the evening was Ted Cann's
ory in the 220 yard free style when
et a new world's record of 2:19:4
the 'distance.
n Saturday the swimming team
journey to Grand Rapids for a
I meet with the Y. M. C. A. of that
. A close contest is expected as
Furniture City Y claims one of
fastest teams in the state. The
will be made by Coach Drulard,
lager Flliott, and 10 men. On
rsday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock a
:lal practice will be held to select
team to enter the meet.
lie manager has received a letter
q Athletic Director Brewer of M.
. refusing to meet the Wolverine
c team this spring because of the
wded condition of the Farmers'
dule, but expressing a desire to be
ed on the Varsity schedule next
on.
AL GAME OF FRATERNITY
BILLIARDS WON BY ROBBINS
igma Phi possesses the silver tro-
presented by the Union, emblem-
of the interfraternity three cush-
billiard championship. The final
e of the tournament was played at
Union room on April 8, Robbins,
ila Phi representative, by playing
same strong game thatufeatured
work throughouit the tourney de-
ed D. K T. Wite, Theta Chi, by a

PHI DELTA THETA.
BOWLING WINNERS
Phi Delta Theta won the campus fra-
ternity bowling championship with Al-
pha Delta Phi second. The win'ners
toppled 2,517 pins, while the Alpha
Delts' score was 2,495. The bowling
tourney aroused a great deal of in-
terest and competition and a great
number of the houses entered teams.
In the interclass league the senior
engineers won with 2,552 pins to their
credit and the underclass laws fol-
lowed with 2,495.
H. E. Storz, '22L, bowling with the
Delta Chi team, won the individual
honors with his 605 total for three
games. His. work was 'very consis-
tent and he showed himself to be a
steady and . accurate bowler. His
games were 203, 206, 196. Miller, Phi
Delta Theta, spilled 577 pins for sec-
ond honor.
Damon of the same team bowled the
highest single- game score of 234.
INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS
PLANNED' FOR SPRING

campus title. Each class winner will
receive numerals and the campus'
champion will be given a cup.I
A cup will also be awarded to the i
winner of the golf tournament which
will be held.later in the- spring. 1
Anyone who is interested in any of
these activities is urged to apply to,
the Intramural office in the Press
building forti further information. Reg-a
istration for any of the events may be
made at once and it is expected that,
especially in the two baseball leagues,
the lists will rapidly fill up.
Major Leag'ues x
In, .ull Swing
Major league ball is now in full
swing, the season having opened last'
Wednesday. So far the elements have
been unkind to the ball tossers, -result-
ing in the postponement of several
contests.
Chicago and Boston are the only
American league tems that have been
able to maintain lean slates, while
no National league nine has succeeded
in winning all its games. Pittsburgh,
the leader of the older Ieague, has won
4 and lost 1. Chicago in the National
and Detroit in the American have tak-
en up their positions in the cellar, but
according to Tiger and Cub fans their
protegees will not remain there long.
Little can be judged of the relative
merits of the teams, because -of the
adverse. weather conditions under
which the men have been forced 'to
play, and also because of.the scant
number of games run off so far. The
showing of the Red Sox, the White
Sox, and the Indians in the American
league has'"been good, while the Pi-
rates and the Reds have done the best
work in the National. The -Tigers
seem unable to get started, poor pitch-
ing 'bei'ng, as usual, their chief fault.
TRACK TEAM WINS
PLACES AT DETROIT
Lack of the expected high-class
competition madeMichigan track ath-
letes victors in nearly all of the
events in which they entered at the
A. A. #U. meet held in the Detroit Are-
na Saturday, April 10.

Ohio State and the Cherry Circle
runners failed -to report, and M.*A.
C. and the team from Kalamazoo Nor-
mal proved to be the most dangerous
contenders. The two Normal sprin-
ters were fast enough to eliminate
Lashmet in the preliminary heats and
defeat Losch in the final race. Ernst,
of M. A. C., won from Butler in the
440 yard dash, the race being slow and
unexciting.
Johnson entered only the high
jump, winning that event at 5 feet, 8
inches. Baker won the 12 pound shot
put and Wesbrook took the pole vault
with Cross third.
Poor weather kept the track team
from extensive work during the vaca-
tion, but the last of the week most of
the men who remained in Ann Arbor
for that purpose reported at Ferry
field, and went through various
events. Preliminary tryouts for the
Drake relays, held at Des Moines April
24, were run off last Friday and Sat-
urday.

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FOUR

LEAGUES OUTLINED BY DI-
RECTOR ELMER D.
MITCHELL

ARCADE
CAFETERIA

Baseball, track, tennis and golf are
the sports in which leagues and tour-
neys will be held by the Intramural
Athletic department this spring, ac-
cording to Director Elmer D. Mitch-
ell, of that department.
During the first few weeks of the
season baseball will occupy ,most at-
tention,'two leagues being definitely
planned in that sport. The indoor
baseball fraternity tourney will start
first, immediately followed by the be-
ginning of the interclass outdoor race.
Fraternity Leage
Indoor baseball has been a very
popular game among the fraternities
in recent years, and this season three
indoor diamonds will be 'lad off on
south Ferry field. The tourney has
been so planned that each team will
play two or three games before being
eliminated. Entries for this league
must be in by Tuesday, April 27, and
the games will begin on the follow-
ing day.. A cup will be awarded to the
winning house.
Entries for the interclass outdoor
league will have to be in by Saturday,
-May 1. Classes should at once elect
managers so that the team can begin
to practice immediately. All managers
who are elected must report to the
Intramural office before next Monday
or that department will appoint a man
from the class to act.
Following the plan of the basketball
tournament each class may enter as
many teams as desire to enter and each
team will play two games before being
finally eliminated. However, the play-
,ers cannot interchange and can play
on only one team. Play will begin on
May 3 and the members of the win-
ning team will be awarded numerals.
Track fo petiton
As soon as the number of contest-
ants in the "'baseball leagues has re-
duced by the elimination of most of
the teams, track will engage the atten-
tion of all. As in baseball interclass
and interfraternity meets will be held.
The' class meet will take place soon
after Coach Farrell's spring meet and
winners of Varsity colors in that com-
petition will be barred from it. Nu-
merals will be awarded.
The fraternity track meet will be a
new. event and it is expected that great
interest will be shown init. A defi-
nite date has not been set' for this
event, but announcem'ent will be made
sufficiently in advance. All men who
are planning to enter either of these
meets should begin to get in condition
now in order to be tn best form for
them.
For the first time in the history of
Michigan an effort will be made this
year to enter in the annual Conference.
mass athletic meet, In which at least
300 men must enter. . The events in
this meet will be run off simultane-
ously in the various Big Ten schools
and a grading on - a basis of points
will be made. The records made by
each man will be figured on the same
basis and all the points totaled and
averaged. The school which shows
the highest average wins the meet.
Tennis-and Golf
in "addition to the activities just
outlined tennis and golf will be pro-
moted. Tennis tourneys will first
be held in each class and .then the
class champions will compete for the

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Dull Boy!"

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Up the Stair

Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
play.
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their. wits
sharp, know that they must play,
to keep ft for the terrifc strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
liards. Come in tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again--
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes..
"We try to treat you Right"
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Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
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Kindness,, courtesy, and good service prevail here.

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y of spectators. Interfrater-
tition, which has been car-
hi the year by football, bas-
rling and hockey, has been
rted in the billiard play.
e Ends With Wedding
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