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HMEVLN FORCE BOXINGCLUBNOTICE
I The Boxing club will hold a ES M R 4
VA SIY O LIMIT special meeting for the election BEA MINERS 4 TO
of officers at 4:30 o'clock Mon- _f
dayafternoon in room 304 of WOLVERINES OVERCOME EARLY
1924 Teams Shows Well in Two and the Union.-LEAD GAINED BY ,
Four Mile Relays; Wetzel's LOSERS
Team Beats Butlers
BURKHOLDER MAKES NEW MARK WOLVERINE FIVE Coming from behind with a rush
OF 1:04 FOR THREE LAPS TO MEET PURDUE in the third period the Michigan in-
formal hockey team overcame a one
Waterman gymnasium was the scene point lead and defeated the Michigan
of a 12 lag relay between the team Monday night at Lafayette the Mich- College of Mines sextet 4 to 3 in the
of a12 ap rlaybeteen he eamsecond game of the series played at k
picked by Capt. Larry Butler and the igan quintet meets the Purdue five, secondmet,Mich., Friday night.
one selected by Cal Wetzel and the re- which last year was considered to be play during the first two. periods
lays between members of the' Varsity the strongest basketball team in the favored the Miners, who seemed due
and the ,freshman squads.f
Ath r m sConference and which is leading the to repeat their victory of Thursday
A:30 o'clock the "four mile relay
between the best four Varsity runners Big Ten at present by virtue of a vic- night at Houghton. They outplayed8
and the pick of the freshman squad tory over Indiana Friday night. To the Wolverines in the first period1
by a big margin, scoring two pointst
was started. Standish, Denton, Houf- defeat or even to hold the Boiler- within the first 10 minutes of play
stater and Freborn represented the makers to a narrow victory will re- and holding the Maize and Blue for-
Varsity against the yearling aggrega- quire the Wolverines to play an ex- wards safe at all times. Michigan
tion composed of Bowen, Marston, cellent brand of basketball. came back strong in the secondI
Arnde and Davis. The first mile be- Handicapped by the loss of three period and evened the game upsome-
tween Standish of the Varsity and veterans of last year, Purdue in early what by scoring on a neat shot from
Bowen of the first year squad was season games lost to Earlham and a scrimmage in less than five mm-
done in the fast time of 4:43 2-5. Wabash, but with White and Miller utes.
Varsity Leads by 20 Yards as a nucleus, two of the Conference's Barkell Scores
Standish handed Freeborn a lead of best players, a strong team has bee ar
about 20 yards. Against Freeborn, evolved. - Defeats have been admin- Barkel added the second marker
Marston of the 1924 team, put up a istered to Ohio and Northwestern by smooth combinatiesn hlateworkd the
pretty race and their time was about Purdue, beside Indiana. sc ithcinasconghdstane oms
even. In the third mile Houfstater of After this trip to Chicago andPur- disc within scoring distance. Combd
the Varsity squad, had to put up a due, the Michigan five comes back to wone f the net during this period
fast race to keep the lead handed him. Ann Arbor and will engage in no more of the Michigan play; for he stopped
Arndt, his freshman opponent, threw games until Feb. 26, when Illinois
s scare into the Varsity when he comes here. Purdue follows the In- shot after shot that looked like sure
threatened to overtake Houfstater, the dians, playing in Ann Arbor Feb. 28. munters and it was due in a great
time for the yearling runner being 1-5 Examinations now confront the thasure to his Mdividual effort that
of a second faster than that of the Wolverine squad. While the five will Near the close of the period, how-
Varsity man. not disband entirely, only light work- ever, a three man combination car-
In the final mile Denton of the Var- outs will be given by the coach until ed the rubber up the ice and scored
city, raced with Davis. Davis put up he is assured that all his men are in _dt__rt___ds e
a great battle in an effort to overtake perfect scholastic shape. Following
Denton and succeeded in cutting down examinations there will be about a pe A Diamond Talk
the Varsity's lead. The time for this riod of 10 days in which the Michigan
last mile was 4:45 1-5. The total time team will have time to prepare for Thus it may easiy be seen from
for the event was 19:05 1-5. the remaining four Conference bat- our previous statements that a
12 Lap Relay Feature ties. ,stone weighing 2 1-2 carat i the
Featuring the day was the 12 mile j rough is required to produce a fi-
relay between Captain Butler's team .qgigiiinuiuiuuiiiiiiuij1Ig11111l1111i1111 i shed gem of oe carat. And to
and Cal Wetzel's runners in which .this waste is added the cost of the
Cal's men defeated the team selected - a labor of cutting--approximately six-
by the Michigan captain in one of the he Blue ty hours, Ureittig attetioby
fatest races yet put on at Waterman + The Bue Front highly specialized workmen, whose
gym. Butler's team was composed of earnings vary from X75 to .125
Lewis, Thomas, Meese and the Mich- Cigar Sereweekly. Is it ay wonder diamonds
igan leader. On Wetzel's team were are high? (on't)
Burkholder, Douglas, and Wheeler in STUDENT OWNED =S C H L A N D E R E R
addition to Cal. Lewis and Wheeler __AND
were the starters and Lewis took the = S E Y F R 1 E D
lead by a stride and kept it for the Ct "Home of Good Diamonds"
three laps, handing over the baton to c 113 E. LIBERTY
Thomas who gained about five yards .lllIllIlI11lll11INIIIlI1lIIIIII11 h
on Douglas. Meese started out with
a fair lead over Burkholder but the
fast Michigan half miler put up one
of the best races of'his career and
handedythe baton over to Wetzel with SK ET BALL
a lead of 10. yards. Burkholder's time
was 1:04
Butler rS U P LI E
Butler made a great fight to over- S U P P LIE
come his handicap against Wetzel in
the final three lap and for a 'time it Special Prices on Complete Team Uniforms
looked as if Larry would finish in the
lead but Wetzel quickened his stride
and finished a few yards ahead of the
captain. Butler's race to overcome his
handicap and Burkholder's fast three
laps were the features of the race.JWTeT
In the two mile relay between the
Varsity and the freshmen, Bowen, Car-
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Varsity quartette while Siemons,
Hattendorf, Marston and Weeks made
up the yarling team. .This race was
one of the closest of the afternoon.- --
Weeks and Hattendorf each gained on
their rivals but were unsuccessful in
overcoming the lead which the first

.two Warsity runners were able to ,
gain. If the first year men continue to
show the same amount or improvement
In the next few weeks as they have
of late the Varsity runners will have
a big undertaking to defeat them. The "
time for the two mile relay was
8:34 2-5. I
Two 50 yard heats were run off in
which Dick Losch took the first follow-
ed by Siemons and Harvey. Time was
5:4-5. In the second heat Martin with
a yard and a half handicap defeated
Losch by inches. Sargent won from
Hicks in the 60 yard high hurdles.
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the final point for the Copper Coun-
try school. Score at end of second
period, M. C. M. 3, Michigan 2.,
Cannon and Barkell opened the
third period by putting the Miners
forward wall on the defensive and
kept them in the vicinty of their own
net most of the time. The up-staters
were willing to rest on the one point
lead and resorted to purely defensive
tactics, shooting the puck the length
of the ice and making no effort to
score.
Cannon Ties Up Count -
Kahn rushed from his defense po-
sition and shot but the attempt was
blocked and Cannon retrieved the
puck on the rebound and slammed
it in for the tieing score. With about
four minutes to play the Miners made
a desperate effort to regain their lead,
but the Wolverines were on the road
to a victory and could not be denied,
scoring the winning goal with a cou-
ple of minutes left.
Every man on the Michigan squad
played fighting winning hockey and
it would be difficult to pick out an
individual star. The lineups were
the same as on the previous night.S
Your Sunday evening meal at Chi-
nese Gardens.-Adv.

LAWS AND JIOMOEOPS WIN WAY
TO SEMI-FINALS IN LEAGUE'
Laws defeated Petro's pre-laws, 8
to 6, in the first of Friday night's two
intramural basketball contests. Stork-
man showed best for the laws. In the
other game the homoeop team beat
the Jacob's lits by a score of 19 to 11.
Kober starred for the winners. As
the tallies indicate, both games were
close struggles with the guards on
all the teams showing to advantage.
At 8 o'clock Monday night the la s
will play Angell's business ads in a
semi-final contest. The dents and the
homoeops will fight for the other po-
sition in the finals at 8:45 o'clok. The
finals of the interfraternity series
have been postponed until Tuesday
night.
Are you going to have a party"? Let
Teet's Dining Rooms serve the dinner.
-Adv..
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Every purchase made must give complete
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All $30 Overcoats are

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