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IN TEAM BEST
UNITED STATES
Farrell Pays High Complimentf
to Ability of Western
Athletes

SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT
PROVIDED'BY COAST SCHOOL

higan met and fell before the
balanced track team in the Un-
tates April 9, at Berkeley. Cal-
a was easil3 superior as the 95
score indicates and from the
of the first event, it was evident
he coast squad would win. Us-
'e results of the Michigan-Cali-
i meet as a basis for comparison,
old. and Blue could win from any
team in the country.
cLh Steve Farrell called Christie's
"the best balanced squad" he
ver seen. Michigan hardly hoped
'victory, the Maize and Blue wa's
nbalanced, and too weak in many
s, but the overwhelming score
;he westerners -were able to roll
distinctly disappointing to Var-
rack followers. Michigan failed
ore heavily in the weight events,
his allowed the Bruins to take
points counted on by Michigan.
javelin throw was one of the
ises of the meet. Majors heaved
tick far beyond any of his pre-
performances, and defeated Hoff-
1920 Conference winner, who
onceded first in this event. The1
y to Captain Butler proved a
cap to him in both of his races,'
probably was the cause of the'

SPRING FOOTBALL
DRILL OPENS TODAY'
ON FERRY FIELD
Spring football practice, under guid-
ance of Assistant Coach Tad Wieman
and Trainer Hahn, starts today on
Ferry field. All of the members of
last year's team will aid the develop-
ment of the new men, as well as tak-
ing this opportunity to get into shape
themselves.
Coach Yost is expected in Ann Ar-f
bor some time this week, perhaps to-s
day, in which case he will assist int
the opening of practice. , .
This season a new system will be
used to add zest to an otherwise moret
or less uninteresting task. On the
last two days of spring practice a
tournament will be held, in which
points will be awarded to the men, on
a definitely arranged scale, in propor-
tixn to their proficiency in the vari-
ois phases of the training through
which they have passed. The men are
divided into two classes, the first di-
vision for linemen and the second for
backs and endg.f
For the first class such things as
tackling, the use of hands, line block-{
ing, and falling on the ball willI
be important, while the others will
get these things and in addition car-t
rying the ball, passing, and others.
Coach Wieman has outlined a longP
lit of the various things that a playerF
should be ableto do, and on the basis
of this list the winners of the tourna-
ment will be judged. A ribbon will be
given the high point winner in each
class.
In addition to this tournament at
the end of practice, the Detroit Alum-
pi association will present a cup toE
the- man in each class who makes the
best showing during the entire period
of work. The two cups are to be1
awarded on the following basis: at'
tendance counts 75 points, and each l
absence will take 5 points off this to
tal. The man who has made the
greatest improvement will be given 25
points, and the others graded down
from this standard. The total points
that the man scores in the tourna,
ment, with perfection 100, will be
added, and -on the total of the three
gro s the cups will be given. ,
STUDENTS USE ANN ARBOR
LINIKS' DURING VACATION
Special privilegs of nrembrsip
to students have beer offered by the
Ann Arbor Golf and Outing club for
the, rest of the year. ' As a result,
numbers of students who stayed in
townduring vacation took advantage
of the opportunity to improve their
game. The number that can be ac-
commodated Is limited, and this action
has only been taken because the
many students who are interested in
golf cannot be given regular member-
ship.
The chance for use of the club's
links means that, beside the oppor-
tunity offered to individuals for exer-
cise, the University will be able to
develop men who can represent it at
outside meets.
Know what the smart women are
wearing this spring: We would be
pleased to design that new frock for
you. Maei A. Tolford Shop, 721 No.
University.-Adv.

MICHIGAN DEFEATS I
SOUT:HERN TEAMS
(Continued from Page One)
The Southern trip was successful in
its main purpose. It gave the men
experience and the coach a line on
what the men -could do under fire.
Undoubtedly there will be some shifts
for the team did not run quite as
smoothly as it might have., With the
team play developed through these
preliminary contejts, however, Mich-,
igan Is practically, ready to begin the
Conference season, and with a few
changes, unless some of 'the men re-
cover from their slump, the Wolver-
Ines stand a chance for a fourth
Conference title.
The first game with Kentucky at
Lexington was an easy 9 to 1 victory.
Schultz pitched a neat game, allow-
ing the Colonels only 4 blows and not
an earned run, and after the first few
innings of buck fever, the Wolverines
found their batting eyes and counted
9 runs off Cooper, a clever left hand-
ed pitcher who lacked adequate- sup-
port.
After Alabama had scored 9 runs in
the first inning through a combination
of hits, errors, and bases on balls,
Michigan Feld the Tuscaloosa nine
even, both teams scoring two runs.
Although the-11 to 2 score indicates'
a one sided contest, Michigan played
fine bail afte the opening frame.
Bad Innings count
In the second' game with Alabama
the Wolverines again had a bad inn-
ing with 4 runs going to the South-
erners, but coming gradually from be-
hind they crept up and counted the
winning tally in the ninth. Liverance
hurled nice ball, and his steadiness In
the last of the ninth with one man on
base through an error and the game
being played int semi-darkness was re-
markable. Ernie Vick poled out the
first homer in this game.
Oglethorpe was reputed to have the
best pitcher In the South 01 Turk,
who had lost only, three games in
the past three years. It was either an
off day for 1fin1 or a great one for
Michigan, ak the Wolverines collected
12 runs and 14 hits off liim in his 6
innings in the box. The game finally
ended 16 to 8 in Michigan's favor.
Uteritz, Van Boven, and Johnson slam-
med out homers, and Perrin got 5
hits out of 4 trips to the plate.
Wet grounds at Oglethorpe Thurs-
day gave Michigan a rest for the
Georgia game Friday, but it seemed
to have worked to a disadvantage, the
.Southerners winning 6 to 4. Through-
out it was a. hard fought gme, and
the* Georgians, as yet undefeated in 15
(Continued on Page Eight)

FRATERNITIES
TO START INDOOR
PLAY THUR SDA Y
With 51 fraternity teams on the list
the indoor baseball tournament, to be
conducted by the Intramural depart-
ment, will open at 4:30 o'clock Thurs-.
day afternoon at south Ferry field.
That interest in the sport is at a high
pitch among the fraternities is evi-
denced by the largest entry list of any"
branch of sport in the history of the
department.
Last year the indoor series devel-
oped some fast teams and after a close
race the Nu Sigma Nu team defeated
the Zeta Psi's for the campus champ-
ionship. Some 40 teams were enter-
ed last year and if the larger entry
list indicates any improvement in the
competition, the later stages of the
series should bring iout some ast
games.
Games at 3:30 o'clock Thursday
afternoon are as follows: Kappa Sig-
ma vs. Sinfonia, Kappa Beta Psi vs.
Theta Chi, Alpha Omega vs. Delta Up-
silon; at 4:30 o'clock-Phi Kappa Psi"
vs. Beta Theta Pi, Cygnus vs. Kappa
Nu, Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Phi Sigma
Delta.
At 3:30 o'clock Friday-Delta Kappa
Epsilon vs. Zeta Beta Tau, Sigma Al-
ph'a Epsilon Vs. Phi Sigma Kappa,
Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Beta Phi; at 4:30
(Continue on Page Eight)£

Ohio iase ball
Prospects B3right
(By Associated Press)
Columbus, O., April 18.-A wealth
of material is available for the Ohio
State university baseball team this
season. In addition to the new men
reporting for practice, 10 letter men
ire out to make the team and with
this arry of talent available, coaches
expect Ohio State will make a spirited
fight for the Big Ten diamond hon-
ors.
Fish and Cotter, two veteran
pitchers, will be in the lineup, as will
Deutsch and Huffman, veteran catch-
ers. The infield, will have all tried
men, with Slyker at first; Fenner,
captain, second; Bliss at short, and
McMillan at third. There will be one
veteran, McNulty, in the outfield.
Pete Stinchcomb, all-American half-
back, probably will land a garden po-
sition.
Some of the new men who are show-
ing pomise include Griffith, Miller,
and Dudley, pitchers, and Shaw, Fes-
ler, Barnes, Hunsburg, and J. W. Huff-
man in the, outfield.
The Buckeyes opened the season
here at Neil park April 16, preceded
by two practice games, April 9, '"at,
Zanesville, and April 11, at Ohio Wes-
leyan. The rest of the schedule fol-
lows:

April 23-Northwestern.
April 29-Indiana.
April 30-Indiana.
May 4-Chicago at Chica
May 7-Illinois at Urban
May 9-Cincinnati.
May 13-Indiana at Bloom
May 14-Indiana at Bloom
May 16-Michigan.,
May 18-Cincinnati at Cin
May 20-Wesleyan at Dela
May 21--Wooster at Woos
May 27-Michigan at Ann
May 30-Ohio University a
June 4-Denison at Grany

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this meet. While
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was superior, though
have been somewhat
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"STRAISHT]IS THE WAY"

High Praise
'he Michigan runners have great
Lise for the entertainment provided
the university, and by the various
bs in San Francisco. The trip was'
de a memorable event in the minds
all participants on account of the
ellent spirit shown by all con-
ned. 1
fichigan was one of those that the
lifornia gladiators slaughtered to1
ke a Bruin holiday. The UniversityI
Washington was the first victim,1
ing the boat race in the morning by
cant five feet. Michigan catne next,i
ly in the afternopn, and the day
s made -complete for California
en Stanford was defeated in base-
1, 2 to1.
Chicago Meet To Be National
3hicago, April 18.-Special effort
1 be made by the University of Chi-
go to make its interscholastic track
et this spring as national, as possi-
The- meet, which will be held on
y 28, is being resumed this year
the first time since the war. Invi-
ions will be sent to high schools
i academies all over the country,
hletic Director A. A. Stagg an-
unced.
Both East and West have won the
et in past years, Mercerburg Acad
y taking it in 1907 and Citrus high
pool of Azusa, Calif., in 1912.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
~e.-Adv.
DON'T FORGET

A Paramount Picture

with Matt M oore
and Gladys Leslie

respects.
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Ann Arbor.
An.
enthusiastilc
number
would
answer,
should
the questioi
be asked,
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reasonable prices.

TO OBTAIN SOME OF
SWAIN'S

Views of the Campus and
Huron River for your

M-Book.

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"-Makes Jack a Dull Boyl"
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 fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasionai game of bil-
liards. Come in tonight-get a
geod cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.
HUSTON.BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Soft Drinks and Light Luiahes.
Cigars and Candies, Cigarettes
and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"

We have been making a number of
Golf Suits with extra trousers lately.
Why not get one of these ma e with
Knickers and extra trousers?
TINKER & COMPANY
S. State St. at William St.
These Suits are All Individually Tailored

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