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March 11, 1922 - Image 5

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g completed a suc-
11 season several
basketball team are
their faces to the
Mike Paper, the
his season's quintet,
earance and is han-
mid-season fashion
pected that several
the 1921-22 basket
within the next few

Fisher gave the pitchers al
erday afternoon and several
pper games were waged by
d aspirants. After an hour
If of this work the coach as-
the infielders for a lively
scooping up grounders from
i's fungo.1
xious to Get Outdoors
ntinued warm weather has
eryone wish to get out of
io one is more anxious for
i the coach himself but he
take the men out until the
egins to get dry and warm.'
ught that should the warm
continue the squad will be
field the last part of next1

grant thenecessary permisin.
Owing to the lateness of the meet-
ing it will be impossible for the
Gophers to undergo the early spring
training that the other Big Ten
'squads come in for so the Gophers
should not be. figured as a dangerous
contender this season.
Intramural Items
(Continued from Page 4)
South, Phi Kappa Sigma, Psi Upsilon,
Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Sigma Psi.
From 8:30 to 9 o'clock, North, Lamb-
da Chi Alpha, Phylon, Delta Tau Del-
ta, Phi Sigma Delta; South, Sigma Phi
Epsilon, Acacia, Delta Sigma Phi,
Phi Delta Theta. 9 to 9:30 o'clock,
North, Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu, Beta
Theta Pi, Kappa Nu; South, Phi Gam-
ma Delta, Alpha Chi Rho, Theta Chi,
Delta Chi. 9:30 to 10 O'clock, North,
Sinfonia, Chi Psi, Zeta Beta Tau, Xi
Psi Phi; South, Alpha Chi Sigma,
Cygnus, and Phi Chi.
The class basketball schedule for
Monday, March 13, is as follows: 6:45
o'clock, court 1, Homoeops vs. soph
Medics, court 2, soph Dents vs. fresh
Medics, court 3, fresh Engineers vs.
senior Engineers, court 4, fresh Lits
vs. junior Lits. 7:30 o'clock, court
1, fresh Lits vs. Pharmics, Court 2, up-
per class Laws vs. upper class Med-
ics, court 3, soph Engineers vs.
Architects, court 4, junior Engineers
vs. fresh Laws..
The results of the Washtenaw,
House Club, Professional Fraterni-
ties leagues are as follows: Washte-
naw-,first, Phi Kappa Sigma, 22 1-2;
-second, Phi Kappa Psi, 20 1-2; third,
Theta Chi, 10; fourth, Kappa Sigma,
9; fifth, Phi Delta Theta, 8; sixth,
Trigon, 8. House Club and Prof.
Fraternities-first, Alpfha Chi Rho,
34; second, Sinfonia, 22; third, Phy-
ion, 14; fourth, Cygnus, 8.
Finals in the one lap relay and pre-J
liminaries in the medley will be held
Monday night at 6:30 o'clock sharp.
NEGRIO ARRESTED ON CHARGE
OF PROHIBITION VIOLATION

MANY MEN QULFY FOR
INTERFRATERITY MEET
The men and houses qualifying for
the finals in the interfraternity track
meet to be held Tuesday evening,
March 14, in Waterman gymnasium,
are as follows:
50 yard dash-Dando, Chi Phi;
Blaunder, Kappa Nu; Gregory, Delta
Chi; Mr. Queen, Acacia; Martin, Delta
Tau Delta; Samuals, Phi Sigma Delta;
Banks, Theta Chi; Halwitz, Phi Delta'
Theta; Neily, Alpha Chi R5ho; Foster,
Sinonia.
65 yard high hurdles-Gum, Chi Phi;
Wills, Sigma Chi;- Hoggerjy, D. K. E.;
Stuart, Acacia; Nusch, Sigma Nu; Hig-
gins, Delta Tau Delta; Halden, Phi
Kappa si; Lawrence, Kappa Sigma;
Foster, Sinfonia; Stegmun, Phylon.
High jump-Gunn, Chi Phi; Duna-
kin, Psi Upsilon; Gregory, Delta Chi;
Hindes, Acacia; Neisch, Sigma Nu;
Robertson, Delta Tau Delta; McGre.-
gon, Phi Kappa Sigma; Crawford, Phi
Kappa Sigma; Halden, Phi Kappa Psi;
Boyd, Alpha Chi Rho; Mitchell, Sin--
fonia.
One lap relay-Psi Upsilon, Kappa
Nu, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Chi,
Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Nu, Phi Delta
Theta, Theta Chi, Philon, Alpha Chi
Rho. r
880 yard run-Robinson, Delta Sig-
ma Phi; Hartwell, Phi Sigma Kappa;
Simpson, Delta Chi; Roth, Beta Theta]
Pi; Isbel; Sigma Nu; McGregor, Delta
Tau Delta; March, Kappa Beta Psi;
Fleck, Phi Kappa Sigma; Rock, Alpha
Chi Rho; Bond Alpha Chi Rho.
440 yard run-Dunakin, Psi Upsilon;
Marston, Psi Upsilon; Taylor, Delta
Kappa Epsilon; Abbott, Delta Chi;
Martin, Delta Tau Delta.; Maloney,
Sigma Nu; Tracy, Phi Kappa Psi;
Ward, Kappa Sigma; Ramsdell, Phil-
on; Neely,: Alpha Cbi Rho:

Medley relay--Psi Upsilon, Kappa
Nu, Acacia, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon, Sigma Nu, Delta Tau Del-
ta, Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Gamma Del-
ta, Delta Upsilon, Cygnus, Sinfonia,
Philon, Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Kappa
Sigma, Trogon, Theta Chi.
Tug of war--Beta Theta Pi, Phi Sig-
ma Kappa, Acacia, Psi Upsilon, Sigma
Nu, Alpha Sigma Phi, Delta Tau Delta,
Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Sigma Delta,
Delta Upsilon, Kappa Beta Psi, Phi
Kappa Psi, Theta Chi, Alpha Chi Rho,
Sinfonia.
65 yard low hurdles-Walter, Phi
Sigma Kappa; Gunn, Chi Phi; Hag-
gerty, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Gregory,
Delta Chi; Davis, Sigma Nu; Higgins,
Delta Tau Delta; Tenny, Phi Kappa
Sigma; Leader, Thetta Chi; Foster,
Sinfonia; Stagmier, Philon.
Mile run-Marston, Psi Upsilon,
Flinterman, Psi Upsilon; Roth, Beta
Theta Pi; Bennett, Beta Theta PI;
Isbel, Sigma Nu; Burgiss, Kappa Beta
Psi; Gorgel, Trigon; Fleck, Phi Kappa
Sigma; Neeley, Alpha Chi Rho; Belk-
nap, Philon.
Shot put-Davis, Sigma Nu; Hines,
Acacia; Rankin, Chi Phi; -Kirk, Sig-
ma Nu; Neisch, .Sigma Nu; Gray,
Phi Sigma Kappa; Berry, Phi Kappa
Psi; Dunn, Phi Sigma Kappa; Culver,
Psi Upsilon; Swan, Delta Chi.
Broad jump-Haggerty, Delta Kappa
Upsilon; Davis, Sigma Nu; Stewart,
Acacia; Neisch, Sigma Nu; Wither-
spoon, Delta Chi; Gregory, Delta Chi;
"Michaels, Phi Delta Theta; Bond, Al-
pha Chi Rho; Conkey, Cygnus; Foster,
Sinfonia.
Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.-
Adv.

Del Pratt, second baseman. for the
Boston Red Sox, will leave this morn-
ing for Hot Springs, Arkansas, theb
spring training camp of the Sox. Delb
coached Michigan's nine last year un-
til the team left for'their spring trip. t
This fall he donated his time to theA
football team. He has been working
out in the cage at the gymnasium thisn
year and has always been willing toF
give the men tips on the game.
MANY REQUESTS RECEIVED
FOR HOUSES DURING SMDER
Many requests for furnished apart-
ments and houses havg been made at
the office of E. H. Kraus, dean of the
Summer session, by non-residents de-

others who will bring t
here if desirable accomm
be found.
All professors and in
townspeople who expect
Arbor for the summer~ any
care to renut their homes1
may list them at the of
Kraus.

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All around the Conference the dif-
ferent teams are being whipped into
shape. The fact that the entire sched-
ule which the Indiana team has plan-
ned will be cancelled when the Hoos-
iers invade the land of the Mikado for
some baseball should not seriously
interfere with the Conference sched-
ule, however. In previous years Chi-
cago has made trips to the Orient and
the absence of one team has not af-
fected the play at home.
Increase Conference Basebal Teams
There will be new faces in the
baseball racerthis season. Northwest-
ern after a' rest of several seasons
from the diamond game are again in
the field and are planning to make

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-a strong bid for the Conference flag. Ben Kirk, colored, age 49, was tak-
There is a possibility that Minneso- en into custody by police this morn-
ta will be added to the list of Confer- ing on a charge of violating the pro-
ence baseball teams this season. One hibition act. When arrested he had
of the most important problems that three quarts of "white mule" whis-
the University senate of that school ky in his possession. According to
will discuss when there will be a re- Kirk's story to the police, the liquor!
sumption - of the sport of, baseball. was left in his charge early in the
Sentiment at the Gopher institution is morning by another man who said that
strongly in favor of the sport and it he would call for it later in the day.
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A DELICIOUS COMBINATION OF
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Michigan men, including
freshmen, DO and CAN
play Billiards at,
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All skates must be
called for at the Coliseum
before Wednesday, Mar.
15. We will not be re-
sponsible for same left
after that date. Open
from I to 5:30 P. M.

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Me n 50

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PUBLIC SALE AT
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 8 A. M.

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Received not later than THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 4 P. M., will be filled in a
in order of receipt.
Please address orders, with remittance to cover $7.00, $6.00,,$5.00 or $4.50. (If]F
Coupon is returned, deduct $3.00) to
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary,
Uuiversity School of Music,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.

ARCA'DE
COMING SOON

JT making $70.00 S)ring
Have you made your plans'
I still have territory for
'e men in the brush game.
and look our propositioli
Leader, 232 Nickel's Ar-
one 600-M. 110-21

Reward for silver pendant which
.s probably lost in Waterman
m. night of J-Hop. Box R. S. P.
112-21
ORMANTON BILBIE, Teacher
Violin, Piano, 'Harmony. Studio,
7 N. Main St. Telephone 611-M.
116-21
FOR RENT
RENT- Large double room on
st floor. Right on campus. 907
Uiniversity. Phone 2272-W. 116
RENT-Large nicely furnished
om for men. Also 'garage. Phone
94-M, 423 E. Washington. 114-3

ANTED
WANTED - By the Cram Company
some enterprising fellows for the
summer. ' We guarantee you returns
of at least $42.00 a week, and you
can make much more. For explana-
tions call Harold Ruhl, 2878-W; or
Scott Baker, 633-J; or Harold Dorr,
1763-M. 112-21
WANTED-Single room for remaind-
er of semester and summer school.
State price, location, number of
rooms. Address Box W. 'B. L. 116-2
WANTED- - Soph Prom Ticket. Call
2959-M after 7. 116
LOST
LOST-A Conklin pen without cap be-
tween Newberry Res. and Library.
Finder please return to Box A.,
Daily. 116
LOST-Ford fabric tire near Cam-
bridge Road on Monday, March 6.
Call 1986-W. 115-3
LOST-A gold fountain, pen. Initials
M. L. Z. Address Box M. Z., Daily.
116-3

CHARLES (CHIC) SALE
as
ELMERBENDER
Son of "Is Nibs"
One of the Seven Different,
Types He Brings to the Screen
in
"HIS NIBS"
REMEMBER HIM IN
VAUDEVILLE T
As you smile at lovable,
Theo. Bender,
he will recall, perhaps,
someone you once knew.
ALSO
ETHEL CLAYTON
"HER OWN MONEY"

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