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The meeting of the boxing
club has been postponed from
Tuesday night to Wednesday
night and will be held in room
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Lost something?- A Classified Ad in
The Daily will find it for you.--Adv.

ILLINOIS BASEBLL CARD
April 22-Illinois at'MiMchigan.
April 24-Illinois at Northwestern.-
April 27--Iowa at Illinois.
April 29-Illinois at Ohio State.
May 4-Chicago at Illinois.
May 6-Illinois at Wisconsin.
May 8'-Illinois at Iowa.
May 13'-Wisconsin at Illinois.
May 17-Illinois at ,Chicago. .
May/ 20-Michigan at Illinois.
May 26-Ohio State at Illinois.
"Brick" Muller, Univ.ersity of Cali-
fornia track man and football star,

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JDENTS' SUPPLY STORE
L 111 South University Ave.
leers' and Architects' Materials
y Fountain Pensb Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
s Laundry Agency Tobaccos
Srte-
Savings Bank
C r. Main and Washington
$300,000 Surplus $300,000"

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sprained an ankle today-and will prob-
ably be out of all sports for the re-
mainder of the year. Muller was prac-
tieing with the baseball team.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It nays.-AdY-

Unin To Promote'
Il iardTourney
Entries are now being turned in for
the annual three cushion billiard
tournament at the Union to decide the
championship of the campus. The
tournament will start as soon as there
,ae ten or more entries. The entries
were to be closed on March 4, but as
there were only six entries at this
,time, the time will be lengthened.
This tournament was successful last-
year, much interest being shown. This
year there is not as much interest be-
ing spown because a handicap is A1t
given as it was last year. It was
changed this year as it is impossible
to determine a fair handicap in three
cushion billiards. Under the new way
it is fairer and the best man can not
help winning.. Prizes of cups or med-
als will be given to the winners. Each
entry costs but one dollar. The draw-
ing will be nonpartial.
Two of the men who have entered
that .are known to be quite good are
A. J. Berst, '23E and Buckley Rob-
bins, '23. Robbins, won the three
cushion tournament two years ago andi
was runner-up last year.
Later in the year there is to be an'
interfraternity tournanent.
Patronize ourAdvertisers.-Adv -

Michigan, Illinois and Wisconsin
Have Chance to Fnish as
Runner-Up

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INDIANS LEAD BIG TEN TEAMS
IN SCORING; 01110 SECOND

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When purchasing equip-
ment for basket ball or
any athletic sport,insist
upon SPALDiNiG'S. Sat-
isfection is inevitable.
Catalogue on request
A.G. SPALDING & BROS.
211 So. State St., Chicago
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With only three more games remain-
ing on the conference basketballt
schedule the final standing of the-
teams is practically set. First place
is assured and second place is the po-
sition around which most interest ist
centered. Purdue, favored by an easy
schedule, although they did have a
good team, is the championi but just
who is runer up is not deqided as yet.'
Three teams have.a-'.clfance for this,
position, Michigan, Illinois, and Wis-'
consin, and a hot fight should result -
in the week's games.
Illinois-Purdue Game Tonight
Purdue meetsi Illinois tonight at
Lafayette in a game that decides the
Illini chances for second place. It
will make no difference with the final
standing of the leaders for even if
they lose they are still assured of the
championship. The Boilermakers are
favored to win for they are on their
home floor land theSuckers are best
in their own gymnasium. Illinois did
the trick once at Urbana and it is
possible that they can do so again
particularly since they are fighting for
the second place, but the chances 'are
against it. If they lose they will fin-
ish in the fourth position or else 'in a
tie for third depending on the results
of the Chicago-Wisconsin games. If
Chicago wins both or the two teams
divide the series there will be a tie
for third, while if Wisconsin wins
both and Illinois loses they will land
in fourth 'lace.
Chicago Meets RaAgers Twice
The two games between Chicago and
Wisconsin take place one on Wednes-
day at Madison andthe other at Chi-
cago on Saturday. The results of
these games not only affect the Illi-
nois standing but also the position of
Wisconsin. If they win both they will
be in sepond place tied with Michigan,
providing Michigan defeated North-
western, which is probable. If they
lose one and Michigan comes through
they will by in in third place. How-
ever, if Chicago wins both they will
pass Wisconsin. This last does -not
seem probable for Wisconsin has a
shade the edge over the Maroon and
is certain to take at least one of the
games. Whether they can get them

both is doubtful altiough
tainly possible.
Northwestern Wins Celh
Indiana *and Northwestei
cure in ninth and 'tenth
cannot be dislodged for t]
tile is completed and the
any other games have n
their standings.
The high scoring team
son is Illinois for they b
312 points alreatdy and no
can possibly displace them.
sults up to yesterday were
Ohio 266, Michigan 259,
256, Iowa 229, Girdue 226,
224, Northwestern 205, Chi
and Indiana 170. Michiga
good chance to displace 01
ond honors and several o
will no doubt be different
of the week.

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Wits Of Spor
Guernsey of Yale broke the
collegiate record- for the
plunge, and tied the world's
when he swim the distance in
seconds at a tri-school indoor
meet, in -which Yale and Pr
shared the honors. -
. A few minutes before QCuerns
formed, Wood, of Yale, did the;
piunge in 39 4-5 seconds, therel
ering by one-fifth of a second I
mer intercollegiate record, m
him last year when he went t
tance in AO seconds fiat.

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Two of the Greatest Super-Stars in one
of the Greatest of Pictures

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3ce Reid and Elsie Ferguson,
IN THE GREATEST LOVE STORY OF ALL TIME
"FOREVER"

Sixteen teams of bicycle
made up of. the best known
ance racers in the world, were
for the start at midnight of the
six-day grind around ,the sau
Madison Square Garden in Nev
Goulet and Brocco who won t
day- race in December were e
but upon dfferent teams.
A new world's record for tl
yard relays was made"by the
A. C's. team, last Thursday.
Weissmuller swam the last h
yards in 51 3-5 seconds, one
faster- than the world's record
100-yard .free style..
Curtis Taylor, center on Ohio
basketball team, was declared
ble Friday,-because his sche
s'cholastic work does not confor
the rules governing athletic 6
tion. In order to participate
sity sports each student mus
at least fifteen hours of schoc
per week, which Taylor is not
The Harvard crew rowed
tunes of a phonograph, Friday
a machine was installed in
boathouse and was played as ei

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B. B. B. IPIPES
Standard of the world
and always the favorite
with Michigan'men,
We have'been Ann Arbor
;distributors for sixteen,
years.
Class pipes and pipe rc-
pairs-a specialty.
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Including
Elliolt Dexter
George. Fawcett
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SWEATERS TO BE GRANTED MEN
PARTICIPATING IN
MATCHES
1 University athletic authorities have
decided to recognize the Rifle team as
an informal 'sport, and to grantI
sweaters to the men participating in.
the rifle matches.'
Last f'ear a rifle team representing
the R..,O. T. C. arranged matches with
the R. 0. T. C. units' at various other
schools,' and won all but two of the
meets. This summer, at Fort Mon-
roe, Virginia, nearly the same men
comaprised the team which won the R.'
0. T. C. match for all' Coast Artillery
schools east of the Mississippi, and
were sent to the national matches,
where they won the- National R. 0. T,
C. championship.
It is with this in mind that the Ath-
letic department jhas decided to give
impetus to the formation of a Michi-
gan Informal Rifle team,. for which
all men on the campus, eligible to
compete in informal sports, may try
out. Men interested, who- wish to
make the team, may see Major Ship-
pam at the R. O T. C. office. All men{
must furnish their own ammunition.

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periment r

men with an ear for mus
well, besides it proved
to the stroke for when I
rhythm the rest were a
his lead better.
WISCONSIN FOCAL FE
CHIANGES' TO ALPI

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(By Conference Radio News Se
]I,.dison, Wis., March 6.-Be
Sigma, a local- fraternity at th
versity of Wisconsin, has been
a charter 'by the national conv
of Alpha Chi Rho which ended i
sions at Philadelphia on Saturd
pha Chi Rho was established i
at Union college, Connecticut, a
at present 18 chapters. - Until t
few years, it was confined to e
universities. % The Wisconsin c
will be installed'in the spring.

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They gratify
they please
they soothe
they delight
they make content
they gratify
because they are
i-com-pa-ra-bly fine
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Said the track iman the
the Michiganensians were
tributed:s

day
dis-

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spriigtime. Blooming through .storms of life's summer.'
Glowing on and on in spite of frosty age and death!
A story of all' yofve ever dreamed a great love should be!
Told in enthralling action and scenes of exquisite beauty.
ie Chaplin in "A Dog's Life"
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