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FARRE1LL. WORKS'
FOR 'OHIO MEET
Team Will Have Sufficient Outdoor
Drill Before Contest with Ohio
Runners May 7
MILE RELAY TEAM WILL NOT
COMPETE IN PENN RELAYS
Ohio State University, at Columbus
May 7, will be the next opponent for
the Varsity track and field team.
Coach Farrell does not expect to send
any men to the Penn relay gams
April 29 and 30. The mile relay team
has shown. sufficient speed to merit the
trip, but the coach thinks that the
time can be better spent in Ann Ar-
bor training for the later meets.
Stiff Outdoor Drill
The results of the California meet
showed the need of the Varsity for
stiff outside work, and with the ad-
vent of good weather Coach Farrell is
making every afternoon .cunt. The
middle distance runners, in particu-
'lar, are working with a vengeance.
Lack of running on cinders was prob-
ably the reason for the lack oft
strength shown in the 220 and 440
yard dashes, but.with the work that is
meted out daily to the men in these
evetits there will be no excuse fOr
failure 'later on account of lack of
drill.
Duke Dunne. is one of the busiest'
boys in the University at the present
time. He now works out daily in sev-
eral weight events, hurdles, and then
goes over to aid Coaches Mather and
Wieman with spring football practice.
His discus throwing has improved
somewhat, and in a few weeks the grid
leader should be able to hold his own
with. the 'best in the Big Ten in this
contest. Stipe is throwing the ham-
mer beter than he did at Berkeley,
and should be a consistent point win-
ner this year.
Wesbrook Kept Busy
Walter Wesbrook is another athlete
who is doing a big day's work. Be-
tween broad jumping, pole vaulting
and getting into condition for the 1921
Varsity tennis offensive, where he has
the twice won Conference, single's ti-
tle to uphold, Walter has little time
for movies or other entertainment inl
the afternoons.

CALL VARSITY NET MEN
All candidates for the Varsity
tennis team' should report this
afternoon at the Varsity tennis
courts on Ferry field.
CANDIDATE FOR TENNIS
TEAM BEGIN PRACTICE
FIRST CALL FINDS 1)OZEN MEN
ALREADY ROUNDED INTO,
GOOD CONDITION
Although the first call for the ten-
nis team was sent out today several
mkt have been out on the courts for
the past two weeks, getting into con-
dition. The first Varsity match is at
Ohio State on May 7, and it is urged
that all men who intend to try out
for the team get as much play in as
possible ,before that day.
It is planned to run a round robin
tournament as far as possible in ol
der to get a line on this year's mate-
rial and also to determine who will
make the trip to Ohio State. Trials
will start this week and the scores
of all games will be kept. It is there-
fore advisable that all candidates be-
gin. their practice immediately.
Among those'who have been out so
far the following have shown up the
best: W. Wesbrook, R. Angell, L. Munz,
,G". Reindel, F. Worcester, J. Zemon, E.
Brick, G. Jerome, J. Gustus, R. Cree-
don, H. Kelsey, C. Merkel, F. Sanchez,
and R. Gregory.
For the final selection of the team
a committee, consisting of Dr. Lee,
former Varsity coach, Professor Boak,
and Walter Wesbrook will determine
the squad from which a team of four
will be picked..

Second Day Of
Spring Practice
Sees Mtore GOut
Tad Wieman did not lack for help-
ers yesterday afternoon at Ferry field
where spring football practice is go-
ing on. Archie Hahn was on hand to
take charge of the backfield candi-
dates while "Gob" Wilson assisted
with the linemen. Johns and Banks,
members of last year's Varsity, and
Kirk, fromer Notre Dame star, were
also out in football togs and aided the'
new. men whenever necessary.
Archie had the b'ackfield men dodg-
ing around the field spilling each oth-
er. Wieman and Wilson spent con-
siderable time showing their men the
art of boxing their opponents and how
to charge when the ball is snapped.
Great interest is being shown by'tbe
candidates and many new men were
out yesterday. More than' 70 suits
have been handed out already all.
though practice has been going on for
only two days.

DER~iLL PRATT SORRY
Th LEAVE WOLVERINESi
MICHiGAN MENTOR EXPRESSES
REGRET WHEN QUITTING
TEAM AT ATLANTA
When Derrill Pratt left the Michi-
gan tearn at Atlanta last Thursday to
join the Boston Red Sox at Washing-
ton, it was with the deepest regret. "I
am sorry that I have to go," he said,
"but I feel that it is necessary. Al-
though I am leaving, my best wishes
are all for Michigan, and my heart
will be with the team during the com-
ing season."
In the short time that he was here,
Del Pratt won an enviable place in the

hearts of all the men with whom he
camne in contact, and every player on
the nine was deeply disappointed as
he 61d them good-bye. However, every
one of them was glad for Del that he
had been given such a splendid op-
portunity and wished him the most
successful season of his career.
From the few games in which Pratt,
has participated to date, it looks as
if he is going better than ever be-
fore, and if his great playing contin-
ues both in the field and at the bat,
he will have to be reckoned as one of
the premier second basemen in the big
leagtdes.
On the return trip from the South,
the sporting pages of the papers were
read closely by the players for re-
ports of Pratt's work, and the men, if

it is at all possible, are pla
adjourn practice for one day
when the Boston nine plays
to see their former coach
Yesterday 's Gi
American League
Detroit 9, Cleveland 6.
New York 8, Boston 4.
Washington 6, Philadelphia
St. Louis-Chicago-rain.
National League
Pittsburgh 6, Chicago 5.
New York 9, Boston 5.
Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 4.
Brooklyn 4, Philadelphia 2.

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113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - MICHIGAN

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ANCIENT ROME AND MODERN NEW.YORK.
THE SAME IN THEIR DESIRE FOR UNLAW-
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WHY A NATION IS JUDGED BY ITS TREAT-
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Other Added Features
Including COMEDY, NEWS'
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INTRAMURAL TENNIS NOTICE
Entries are now open for bothj
the fraternity and All-campus 1
tennis tournamesnts and should
be made at the Intramural office
at once. Two man teams will
compete for fraternity honors,
and entrants in the campus meet
should specify when signing at
what hours they .are certain to
be free to play. Call at the of-
ice, room 3, Press building, or
phone. 2268.
Ask'your students if their text books
would not be worth '15c per hundred
pages more to them if mimeographed
on book paper. Edwards Bros., 310
S. State St.-Adv.
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Near State and Packard

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-but if t'ou'rer wise, you'll forget all
your worries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when the.
whistle blows and you shut up your
desk for "the day. Come to Huston
Bros. and play a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more
pleasure and nothing , is more restful
than an hour or so spent ever a bil-
liard table.
HUSTON BROS.,
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and. Candies.
Soft Drinks and. Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT"

English and Scotch
Tweeds and Homespuns

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SOPH. LITBASEBALL
MEN!
(Fill out the blank below and mall to Soph. Lit. Athletto
Committee, in care of Intramural office, Press Building)

For that SPORT COAT
Just the thing this Season to wear with
White Flannel Trousers
We are showing a very Snappy Assortment
of these materials which we can make to
your order in any style you desire at very
reasonable prices

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