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'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ECIDE ChAMPS IN
09T TOURNAMENT
aller, Smith, Clifford, DeFoe Win
Campus Titles in Heavy, Middle,
145, 125 lbs., Respectively
SMITH ELECTED CAPTAIN
FOR NEXT YEAR BY WINNERS
Paul Haller won the campus heavy-
eight title in the wrestling finals at
aterman gymnasium yesterday aft-
noon, by throwing Morgan in three
id a half minutes. M. Smith was the
ctor in the middleweight match and
fford won the decision in the 145
und division. The 125 pound match
ent to De Foe. The lightweight con-
sts will be held some time next
eek.
Haller , Makes Quick Work
The Hailer vs. Morgan match was
Le quickest one of the entire group,
aller getting his man with a head
iancery, the same hold with which
a won the middleweight title last
ar. Smith was forced to go eight
id three-quarters minutes before he
uld force Campbell's shoulders to
.e mat. The deadly body scissors
>ld turned the trick.
Cliifford and Boschan, 145 pound-
5s, struggled 10 minutes without get-
ng a verdict. Each man was then
ven a chance to get on top of his
pponent for three minutes, the one
icking the longest receiving the de-
sion. Boschan was given the first
pportunity but could last but 12 sec-
ids. Clifford then tried to prove his
orth and hung on for 20 seconds,
inning the match. The De Foe vs.
amiener struggle lasted for the full
eriod of 10 minutes, De Foe receiving
e decision on points.
M. Smith Elected Captain 1
Immediately after the contests the
inners met and elected M. Smith as
ptain of'next year's team. Smith is
newcomer to the school, entering
om Nebraska. He was middleweight
iampion of the Conference last year,
nd also pitched for the Varsity base-
all squad. He will try to get the
.thletic Board to appropriate funds
iat those interested in the wrestling
ame may have a professional coach
ext year, and compete in Conference
.atches.
The winners of the tourney will be

given silver loving cups and numer-
als, while the runner-ups will be
awarded numerals for their labors.
Tennis Schedule

May
May
May
May
May
Mass.
May

1921
7-Ohio State at Columbus, O.
12-Oklahoma at ANN ARBOR.
16-Wisconsin at ANN ARBOR.-
18-Yale at New Haven, Conn.
19-Harvard at Cambridge,
20-Columbia (Pending) at

New York City.
May 21-Cornell at Ithaca, N. Y.
May (26, 27, 28) Conference. Cham-
pionship singles and doubles at Chi-
cago.
June 6-Chicago at ANN ARBOR.
June 10 or 11-Leland Stanford at
ANN ARBOR.
Practice matches will be arranged
with the Detroit and Toledo Tennis
clubs.
YINNIGANS AGIN WIN
FROM REGULARS 4 TO 1
Baseball practice was continued as
usual yesterday in preparation for the
Southern trip. Coach Pratt, as yet, has
announced no regular first team, but
two informal teams were selected for,
the practice. The men probably to
be on the first string were all out
with the exception of Genebach.
The first team showed up poorly and
was badly beaten by the seconds. Runs
were made for the seconds by White,
Johnson, Broome, and Abbott, while
only one was made for the first.
Uteritz, third baseman, drove out a
single past second, letting Shultz
come in.
The first team was made up of:
Mudd, p.; Vick, c.; Schackleford, 1st;
Karpus, 2nd; Van Boven, ss.; Uteritz,
3rd; Dunne, rf.; Perrin, ef.; Hick-
ey, If.
The seconds: Ruzika and Tory, p.;
Roby, c.; Johnson, 1st; Kline, 2nd;
Hoffman and Wolfson, 3rd; Brumm,
rf.; Abbott, If.; Ronan, cf.

SOCER TEAM LOSES TO
STRONG ROVERS B0TO 2
G. DYASON STARS FOR MICHIG AN
HORNSBY AND MERCER LEAD
ROVER ATTACK
In a fast and interesting game Sat-
urday afternoon, the Michigan soccer
team was Neaten by the strong Wind-
sor Rovers by a score of 6 to 2. The
Rovers were the first to score, a fine
shot by McGuire putting them ahead
in the first few minutes of play. San-
chez then tied the score for Mi'higan
but E. Gregg countered for the Rov-
ers a minute later. The half ended
as Baucis missed a try for goal by
inches. Score: Rovers 2, Michigan 1.
Hornsby opened the second half for
the Rovers with a penalty kick; Gregg
added one with a beautiful shot from
the 15 yard line. Sanchez-then scor-
ed his second for Michigan on a beau-
tiful pass from G. Dyason. Wharton
and Mercer each added one for the
Rovers before the game ended. G.
Dyason was the outstanding star of
the Michigan team, while Hornsby and
Mercer played the best games for the
Rovers.
Lineups
Michigan Rovers
Van Reenen .... .............Roberts
Vandermeulen . LFB.......Hornsby
C. Dyason .... RFB........... Riddly
Merry .........LH..........Dodge..
Theunissen .. .. RH ..........C. Gregg
Tsai .......... CH..........Beveridge
G. Dyason .....OL............Mercer
Ortiz .........IL............Scott
Sanchez .......C........... Wharton
Baucis........IR...........McGuire
Broodryk .....OR ...........E. Gregg

WASHINGTON BASEBALL NINE I
MAY GO ON ORIENT TRIP
If present negotiations are success-'
ful the University of Washington base-
ball team will make a trip to Japan1
next September where they will play
a series of games with Waseda univer-
sity at Tokyo, and possibly several'
other schools.
ThesWaseda university nine will
tour the United States this summer
playing Michigan and a number of
the large universities. They close their
trip at Washington after which both
teams go to the Orient for the return
games.
20) Attend Catholic Students' Dance'
More than 200 enjoyed the spring
party of the Catholic Students club
yesterday afternoon at the Union. As a
special attraction the Varsity sextet
added a great deal to the entertain-
ment by singing between several of
the dances. The party proveda suc-
cess, and it was requested that it be
repeated this spring.
- -
:1Don't Forg etI
to obtain some of
Swain's
views of the Campus and
Huron River for your
IM-Book.
Especially careful
service in film de-
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iveloping and print-
ing for amateurs.
713 E. UNIVERSITY AVE.
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World;3 Cushion
Champ To leet'Al
Johnnie Layton, present world's
three cushion billiard champion, has
been secured for two exhibition
matches with Al Taylor, Union pro-
fessional, which will be played next
Thursday afternoon and evening in
the Union billiard room. An admis-
sion of 50 cents will be charged.
Against one of the best fields that
has ever entered a. three cush-
ion tourney, Layton recently in a Chi-
cago meet won first honors easily.
"Layton is one of the cleverest men
with a cue that there is in America
today," said Al Taylor yesterday. "Bil-
liard fans in the University will see
a great player Thursday."

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GOLF NOTICE

Applications for membership
in the Ann Arbor Golf club must
be sent in to Commander Faust,
605 Oxford road, accompanied
by a check for $10 for privileges
of the course, before April 3.
In case more than 40 students
apply for membership selections
will be based on the ability of
the player. Past experience and
the club from which the appli-
cant comes should be stated in
the request.

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Sunday night specials. Both Amer-
ican and Chinese, for your entertain-
ment. Chinese Gardens.-Adv.
Mabel A. Tolford Shop phone is
296-R.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus news.

Here 's a good cleaning

We Add New Life to
Second-hand Garments

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Don't Throw

Your

Old

Clothes

Away

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13PUT a drop of the highest test gas-
.oline procurable on a sheet of clean
white tissue paper. After evaporation
an oily spot will remain.
Repeat the test, using Benzol. There
will be no trace of oil or grease, for Ben-
zol contains neither.
Clothes dry cleaned in Benzol have
all the dirt removed, and there's no
sticky film left to attract new dirt the
next time the garment is worn.

pEALIZE something on your old
clothes that are lying around,
-- for which you have no further
need.
We'd like to buy men's, women's,
children's used clothing and shoes
now, - and for them we'll pay the
highest cash prices.

Have it JMaster Cleaned

it costs you

no more

Telephone

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We'll call at once

Claude

Brown

We call for and delibtr

Opposite Court House on Fourth

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