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stance Runs, Weights,
Give Indians Edge



Ilinois strength in the distance
runs, weight events, and the two
jumps make the Orange and Blue al-
most certain winners in the meet at
Urbana today. Michigani athletes must
extend themselves to equal the marks
that Illinois made in the Notre Dame
meet last Saturday.
Simntons seems a good bet for first
honors in both the 100 and 220 yard
dash. Here the Illini has only Pres-
cott and Fields, both of whom have
been beaten by the Michigan runner.
Wetzel is running these races for the
first time in his career at theUni
versity of Michigan, but has shown
sufficientispeed this week to merit
consideration. Losch and Kelly, two
other Varsity runners who have run
well in the sprints this year are not
in the best of condition and have been
left here to get into shape for tho
Conference meet.
Butler'Should Win 440
Donohoe and Sweet are the quarter
milers that will offer chief opposition
to Captain Butler and Lewis. The
Michigan leader should take this race,
unless the half mile in which he will
also compete has been run before.
Douglas is the other Michigan entry
in the half mile, and Burkholder has
been placed alone in the mile. The
Michigan miler will have to run the
best race of his career to place against
the brilliant Illini trio, Patterson, Me-
Ginnis, and ,Wharton. Against Notre
Dame, Naughton, Dusenberry, and
Wharton, were all tied for first in the
two mile in the exceedingly fast time
of 10 minutes. Opposed to this team,
Standish, the lone Varsity entry, will
have a hard timne placing.
Turning to the field events Michigan
should take two places in the pole
vault, as Illinois has only Collins,
whose best efforts have been bested
by both Wesbrook and Naylor.
Varsity Strong in Broad Jump
The Varsity should also score heav-
ily in the running broad jump, with
both Criukshank and Wesbrook leak -
ing around 23 feet,. which should 'Ue
eonugh to defeat dforne and Alberta
The high jump is conceeded to Al.
berts, who is now one of the best
jumpers in collegiate America, with
the exception of Landon, of Yale. The
Illinois jumper topped six feet, four
inches against Notre Dame. Walker
and Osborne should contest second
Weiss will give Michigan shot put-
ters and discus heavers strong bat-
tles in these two events, as he has
recent marks of 43 and 136 feet, re-
spectively. Stipe and Van Orden are
the Michigan contestants in the shot
put, with Dunne and Jacob in the dis-
cus. Stipe will also throw the ham-
mer, for the Varsity. The strength
of the Illini here is unknown, as they
have not had a hammer throw in any
of the meets this year.

point winner in the meet with Illin
Iinnesota Tennisa
Match With Va
Minnesota's tennis team will oppose
the Varsity net men at 10:15 o'clock
this morning on the Ferry field
courts. This is the third match of
the year for the Michigan team and
the second to be played on the home
courts. The Minnesota team is on a
two game trip, having played the Uni-
versity of Detroit on Thursday and
winding up with the Maize and Blug
squad today.
Gophers Beat Detroit 5 to 1
Little is known as to the strength
of the Gophers. Other than their 5
to 1 defeat of Detroit, it has been
impossible to learn the results of any
of their other matches. They had lit-1
the difficulty apparently with the
racket men from Detroit. The Minne-
sota team is made up of Norton, C.
Bros, B. Bros, and Pidgeon. Norton
Javelin Close
Hoffman and Dunne are promised
a merry afternoon in trying to keep
pace with Brede, the Illinois javelin
star. Recently he threw the wand
181 feet.
Cruikshank should score a. double
win in the two hurdle events, aa this
is the one place in which Illinois
lacks strength. Wallace and Prescott
are the only men at the Urbana
school capable of giving an argument
to the Michigan squad, which will be
Cruikshank and Sargent in the high
sticks, and these men plus Swift in
the lows.
Only Two Certain of Places
Cruikshank and Simmons are the
only men on Coach Farrell's squad at
all certain of places. Captain Butler
should be returned a winner, but his
running of late has been more or
less erratic and he cannot be strong-
ly counted upon. If he is in good
form none of the Illinois quarter mil-
ers will be able to touch. him, and
he should place in the half mile as
Only by the most astonishing of
surprises, will Michigan be able to
win, as Illinois is far too strong to
lose 'to the ill-balanced Michigan

.11Ml.", . _ ~iHAW EYESJ 0TOD A~
Coach Fisher's Men Intent on Keeping P
Their Conference Slate
5r Clean
How the Teams Line Up
Iowa iMikhigan
. { Crary, lb...... ......Uteritz, 2b
Anderson, cf . Van Boven, ss
.a.' Draper, if.............Perrin, cf
Locke,c..............Shackleford, lb
{ Michaelson, rf..........Karpus, 31
..f rs} Irish, ss................. Klein, rf
Shimek, 2b.........Genebach, 1
_________.,_v+.________ ..°'._____i Hurlburt, 3b...............Vick, c
Becker, p................Liverance, p
D TO BE MICHIGAN'S BIGGEST Dyke, p....................Schultz, p
os today. This afternoon will see the decision
as to whether or not Michigan's Con-
TTa er o ference baseball slate continues un-
Team Here ror *L; *?"e "
nmarred, for at 2:30 o'clock the Vni-
rsiy This horning iy of Iowa will exert every
irss Thi Mor j havailable powver to put an end to
the Wolverine's continued wnnig
is a veteran on the squad, having streak.
plaed or hre yars Tw yers go The H~awkeyes come with a power-
playd fr treeyear. To yarsagoful veteran team, their pitching staff
he defeated Nick Bartz, member of alone presenting an opening through
the 1919 Varsity, in a .closely con-,which Michigan may hope to emerge
tested three set match. Michigan, victorious. Without the services of
however, won this match from Min- Hamilton, rated as one of the est
'nesota two matches to one, gunners in the last Big Tenseason,
As to the Michigan line-up, Capt. they have been unable to develop a
Walter Wesbrook will not be on formidable array of moundmen. In
hand to take part in the tennis match- this respect, however, they are not
es. Webrook is down in Urbana unlike the Maize and Blue. Becker is,
competing with the track team. In without doubt, Iowa's best bet, and is
his absence, the Michigan team will a likely choice for slab duty today,
be made up of Lewis Munz, Robert but against Illinois he was anything
Angell, Charles Merkel, and George but effective, the Indians sending run
Reindel Jr. That will be the entry after run across the plate until he
for the singles. In the doubles, it was removed in favor of Dyke. The
is possible that Ernest Brick will final score of that game was 12 to 2,
break into the matches, and was Iowa's second defeat, Pur-
Match Set for Morning due also landing a win.
Because of the baseball game and Iowa Has Lone Win to Credit
football tournamentbscheduledafor.Northwestern is the only Conference
football tournament scheduled forteam thus far to fail to turn back
the afternon it was decided to hold the Hawkeye aggregation, losing 9
the tennis matches in the morning, to 0. Nevertheless, there is every in-
Another section of bleachers will be dication of a hard fought game when
put up to accommodate the gallery. In the two teams line up. Coach Fisher
the match against Oklahoma, specta- will probably send Liverance in to
tors surrounded the sides and ends opose Iowans, with Schultz, Mudd,
of the courts. It has been requested and Dixon on the reserve list. Schultz
that the gallery confin its applause looked good in the three innings
to the hands. Dr. Lee, Professor which he pitched against M. A. C.,
Boak, A. Ohlmacher, and E. Bowers striking out four men, and allowing
will referee the matches. Linesmen no hits, as well as winning his own
will be called upon' if 'found to be game in the eleventh by sliding home
necessary. with the winning run. Liverance has
Without the services of Wesbrook, been showing well in practice, how-
the Michigan men will no doubf have ever, and seems the logical selection
their hands full. Munz will slide up to open fire on the Hawkeyes.
a notch and play number one in the
Jersies awarded by the Intra-
mural department have arrived
for the following men: Corby
Dunleavy, Shepherd, Burke, Bar-
ton, Brunner, Martin, Robertson,
Swift, Butler, Kipke, Merner,-°-
Gerring, Haller, Smith, Clifford,
Gellard, De Foe, Caviener.,
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Corn :FMakes, 15 cent pkg. now 10
cents, at Schultz Grocery on State
Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
ormerly with Mack and Co., will be
t the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
f every week. Phone 2673-M for ap-

Read The Daily for Campus news. I pointments.-Adv.
Celebrate The Spring Games--
by eating some Cream Fried Cakes
We deliber to fraternities, Sororities,
Doarding Houses and Stores.

McKinnon and Hallen. [Proi
123 W. LIBERTY -
We also handle Butter, Eggs an

Tonight is Grand
Craftsmen's Club,
7:30 P. M. All Mas
Miss Mary F. M.
formerly with Mack
at the Saunder's H
of every week. Pho



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used in Murad-Why?
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mildness -Turkish has a delight-far beyond all
cigarette tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives you real enjoyment, and true
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You want good tables-sound
cushions and new, clean cloth.
You want good cues-well-bal-,
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tips that hold the chalk.
You want good service-at-
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Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
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