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rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BEATS BIG
IAJELIN MARK

FROM THE SIDELINES

By Bob Angell

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Ler Runs Half Mle
Time; Losch Does
100 In 10 Flat

in

y field was t a scene of a
meet among the members of the
ine under squad Saturday aft-
. oach Farrell used all the1
r events in priming his men for
.al meet with Ohio State next
dy. The result determined in
e measure what men will rep-
Michigan at Columbus.
Butler Runs Half+
time was made in. the ,halt
Larry Butler ran this in place
regular event, the quarter mile,
3 4-5. This is particularly good
tler has not been running this
this yea~r. The Conference rec-
r the Javelin throw was broken
ke Dunne, who threw the jave-
3 feet r3 inches. The Big Ten
, held by another Wolverine,
an, is 172 feet 10 inches.
hundred yard dash was a close-
tested race between Losch, Mar-
Id Simmons, all of whom were
on the tape at the same time.
won in 10 seconds flat. The
t surprise of the afternoon was
rformance of Stipe who threw
ot 39 feet 5 3-4 inches, winning
Van Orden by several inches.
unlmarLegs
yard dash won by Simmons;
scond; Burke, third. Time
vault won by Naylor; Wes-
second; Lally, third. Height
t 2 inches.
put won by Stipe; VanOrden,
1; Tidy, third. Distance 39 feet
nches.
mile won by Butler . Burns,
1; Merz, third. Time 1:58 4-5.
us 'won by Dunne; Jacob, sec-
riday, third. Distance '117 feet
inches.i
yard dash won by Losch; Mar
ond; Simmons, third. Time 10
run won by Burkholder; Dou-
econd; Reed, third. Time 4:43
a Jump won by. Platts; Spurrier,
; Rea and Wood tied for/third.
5 feet 6 inches.
rter mile wo ,by Wetzel; Lew-
Bond; WVeeler, third. Time 0
high hurdles won by Sargent;
:shank,,second; Spurrier, third.
16 2.5.
iner shrow won by Stipe;
dt, second; no third. Distance
set 8inches.
ad jump won by Cruickshank;
, second; Wood, third. Distance
tt.
lin throw won by Dunne; Hoff-
second;. Jelliffe, third. Distance
et 2 1-2 inches.
r mile run won by Standish;
second; Penberthy, third. Time
low hurdles won by Cruick-
; Swift, second; Sargent, third.
25 flat.
[A, ALPHA, SIGMA PHI,
AND PHI CHI WIN CONTESTS
ela beat Nu Sigm Nu yesterday
oon in the preliminary round of
terfraternity baseball turna-
by a 9-6 score. The game was
nd spoled the hopes of Nu Sigma
peaing their last year's cham-
tip. Poor sup ort was the cause
lug the game for Nu Sigma Nu.
Sigma Phi defeated Alpha Rho
1-4. Alpha Sigma Phi seems to

In Re Campus
The annual campus game of "Go-
ing to Jerusalem" has been getting
under way, the past week. A few of
the +hairs are already permanently
filled and a few of the players have
already fallen by the wayside by rea-
son of the reecnt election of officers of
the women's activities and the an-
nouncement of the publication ap-
pointments yesterday. However, the
game is just well under way and the
remaining contestants are cautiously
circulating round and round the covet-
ed positions,. fearful of some mis-step
which may blight their chances of se-
curing a seat. As the time of the All-'
cambus elections draws near, this
gentlQ pastime will grow more and
more hectic and exciting. The student
body in general will become more in-
terested and will gather round to
cheer the participants on. As the last
chord is played, the fortunate onesI
will sink with great -sighs of relief into
their places, while those left out in
the cold will resign themselves to
their fates as best they can. Refresh-
ments will be served to the winners
later in the form of elections to cam-
pus honor societies.
Yes, it's a great game, bitt there is
a disproportionate amount of candle
consumed In its playing.

opportunity to demonstrate his theory
of relativity and the fourth dimen-r
sion.
Seniors are about to proclaim their
high-and-mightiness by donning the
historic cap and gown. There are prob-
ably those . cruel enough to insinuate
that some didn't wait for a cap and
gown to make that p oclamation.-
Qne advantage of a gown is that
you*go about sans coat and vest.
But then, mutter the pessimists,
where are you going to carry pencils,
pens, toothpicks and love letters? To
which the obvious answer is: When
in women's dress, do as the wonen do.
About now is the time that you re-
gret that you elected that thesis course.
But, after all, what are two weeks of
regret as compared with 14 weeks of
mental torpor.
You can tell a i'an by the peanuts
he consumes.
The ability which the new pitchers
on the Michigan twirling 'staff have
been exhibiting of late is most grat-
ifying. Pefhaps "Slicker's" loss, won't
be a death blow to our championship
hopes after all.

LAST SCRIMMAGE ceive the award. A perfect score will -
UNDER YOST HELD be 200 points. Seventy-five poinnts
.will be given for attendance, 25 pointsj
for improvement during practice and
Final scrimmage under the eyes of 100 points for proficiency in blocking, Ā°
Coach Yost was indulged in by the tackling, kicking, passing, .,starting,
many football candidates yesterday dodging and speed, picking up fumbleĀ§,,
afternoon at Ferry field. Again the (Continued on Page Eight) t
players were separated into two j
groups and placed at opposite ends of __--
the gridiron. It took the team number I NOTICEy
one about 30 minutes to score on their
opponents,, Evans slipping over the A j s
goal line. The second half hour was Uliurs and seio itted
a cobintio offumbes nd har University are asked to attend I
a combination of fumbles and Tiard ameigt ehl t33
work with the ball near the number a etn to be held at 3:30
one' gol wen he gme as alld.1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, May 1, L
ne's goal when the game was called, in assembly hall of the Union $3.
Three men were forced to leave the sAd
Dukey Dnnacond o minor6 injuries. for discussion of traditions; elec-
fray on account ofI tions, and other matters.
Duke Dunne and Agus Goetz, last THE STUDENT COUNCIL.
year's captain, were out helping Yost pa
and Tad Wieman. "Hurry-Up" will h
leave today for his home in the South,
and will not see his men practice
again until the call is issued next ' jT+ T j
September. T he. V1S 1
To Continue Till May 14 n
The spring practice will continue Ribbon Novelties - Embroidered
until May 14 under the guidance of Hats - Baskets - LuncheonS
Tad. On that day the winner of each Imported Vases - Art Needlewo
division will be given a cup awarded Bouquets and many suitable gif
by the Detroit alumni. Rain Coats made to measure for
The idea of the tournament is to Lingerie and Bungalow Aprons
divide the men into two divisions and
the man winning: the highest num- 3 3 0 M A Y N A , R
ber of points in each division will re-

All freshmen wishing to try
out for the lit class team, call
946-R. Mien cut from the All-
fresh team especially requested
to come out. Practice daily at 3
o'clock on Ferry field.
Senior lit baseball team to
meet Monday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock on south Ferry field.

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CLASS BASEBALL

Lightweight imported golf hose.
00 upward. Wild & Co, State St.-
v.
EXCL.USIVE EVENING and after-
n gowns designed and m aedfor
rticular people. Mabel S. Tolford
op.-Adv.

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d Dress MatVrials -Sport
Sets - Handkerchiefs -
rk Supplies - Sweetheart
fts for Mother.
Men, Women & Children.
s4 of the Finest. Material.
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The sportsmanship of Michigan
crowds seems to be improving. It is
to be hoped that this bettered attitude.
will continte and that there will be
no repetitions during the baseball sea-
son of the regrettable incidents whichE
occurred at some of the basketball
games.

The regular spring Ferry field wind
has been working overtime lately.
Base, foot, and tennis balls have been
describing most astounding parabolas,
hyperbolas and eclipses. Page Mr.
Einstein. He would have plenty of

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Yesterday 's Games
American League
Detroit 7, St. Louis 5.
Cleveland 4, Chicago 3 (12 innings).
Washington 6, Philadelphia 5.
New York-Boston - rain.
National League
New York 9, Boston 5.
Brooklyn 3, Philadelphia 2.
St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 1.
Pittsburgh-Chicago - no game.

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HarscShaffner
Clothes

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SUMMER WORK
We want 10 live, wide-awake men at once for summer work,
selling popular-priced household necessity. This article is in demand
everywhere. Your chance to make. from $800 to $1,000 in a short
time. Don't wait. Come and talk it over. Any day between 3:00 and
8:00 P. M. MALLEAUX & CLARK, 2nd Floor, 210 S. Thlayer St.
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Among other things

Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suits are low priced

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TENNIS, RACKETS
We have a complete stock of all the best makes

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Tilden

Racket'x

T'S been years nd years since you
could buy sumts like these for so little

Racket Restringing

- 24 hr. Service

711 N Univ.'Ave. Next to Arcade Theatre

money.

Finest all-wool fabrics, herring-

bones,

grays,

stripes - all the

smartest

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patterns, ,made up in the smartest styles
as only Hart Schaffner & Marx know how.
And we've priced them way below what
they are worth.

ATact-~

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Gerreat values forsummrat

Benzol cleans summer suits
and trousers better than any
other cleaner known. Try it

$35

540

$45

str
tle
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ong contender for the base-
this year. Phi Chi won from
igma 5-3.
>llowing is the schedule of
1 the interfraternity league for
3 o'clock-Alpha Delta Phi
a Sigma Phi; 3:30 o'clock--
ii vs. Kappa Sigma, Hermitage
bda Chi Alpha; 3:45 o'clock-
>ntinued on Page Eight)
Mary P. Minnis, Chiropodist,
with Mack and Co., will sae
launder's Hair.Shop, Tuesday
week. Phone 2673-M for ap-
its.--Adv.
IS THE TIME to see about
rt costuxhe. Call 296-R. Mabel
rd Shop.-Adv.
elassifled ad and that lost ar-

Have it Master Cleaned
It costs you no more

After you've spent your money for clothes at
this store, , the money is still "yours." We'll
return it to you any time you :aren't satisfied.

Reule,Conlin, Fiegel Co.
Main at Washington

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