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Cornell Shows Further Strength By
Winning Big Eastern Indoor Aleet

VARSITY BASEBALL SI
OUTSIDE 'TODAY IF

or conditions BOSTON BRAVES
e South dur- "Pep" was the keynote of all re-
ically all of ports from the Boston Braves' training
11 clubs, in- camp at St. Petersburg, Fla. Although
hampionship there has been excessive* heat, the
sort of start squad has been going through stiff
coming pen- sessions.
layers of the
et failed to CINCINNATI REDS
rookies and The'Cincinnati team was augmented
already' be- Thursday by the arrival of Pitchers
g for the Schnell and Gillespie, who arrived at
which will Mineral Wells from San Francisco to-
gether. They said that they had heard
nothing from Sammy Bohne, Jimmy
RS Cavenney or Babe Pinelli, who were
the Detroit expected to arrive with them. George
portunity to Burns, who ,has been getting out on
their train- the field first, and is always the last
a. Although to leave, is slated to play center as
the greater soon as the team gets into action. Ed-
anager Cobb die-Roush left Cincinnati Thursday for
getting his his home in Indiana, following a short
thing except conference with President Herrmann,
ered and a at the end of which both declared that
be suspend- it did not look as though they could
very citizen come to terms.

Cornell again showed her prowess
on the track by winning the Eastern
Indoor intercollegiate track meet last
Saturday. Dartmouth was her nearest
rival, scoring 25 points, while the Red
and White athletes counted 35 1-2.
This is a remarkable showing consid-
ering the large number of entrants.
Over 17 colleges scored. Penn came
close to Dartmouth with 24 points
and Princeton, Penn State, Yale, and
Harvard followed in the order named.
The best showing was made in the
two mile, where both first and second
places went to Cornell. The Ithacans
placed in every event except two, the
16-pound shot and the broad jump.

This shows that Cornell has a strong,
well balanced team, and one that
Michigan may well fear when they
meet at Ithaca on March 25.
At the Eastern intercollegiates good
times were made with nothing excep-
tional except in, the high ,Jump, where'
Brown of Dartmouth broke the world's
record by leaping 6 feet 4 7-8 inches.
Nicholas of Cornell tied for fourth
in this event. Beside the two mile
where N. Brown placed first and R.
Brown came in second, Cornell gained
no firsts. Seconds ,were obtained in
the two mile relay, the 60-yard high
hurdles, the 70-yard dash, and the 35-
pound weight, while two men tied forj
second in the pole vault.

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Due to turf'conditions,
gers have had little op
any infield practice at
camp in Augusta, G
3 field has been flooded
rt of the past week, ME
S had every man out
are of practice. Every
;ting the muscles limb
le bunting, has had to
fbr the time being. E

Augusta interested in baseball and,
turally, in the success of Ty Cobb's
y there, promises better .weather
the future. The diamond that the
;ers are. using this year for train-
purposes is by far the best they
ve ever had in a camp.
Practicing once a day, the so called'
ce-a-day plan seems to be working,
very well. Only two meals are
ved each day at the Tigers' train-
quarters, which is another innova-
n, though many players go without
ch even if it is available. The men
Ve a late breakfastand an early
.ner, both full size repasts. Harry
ilman arrived Wednesday, complet-
the outfield. Heilman is in excel-
.t shape arld has little weight to
:e off. Because of the fact that he
the league in batting last season,
big Californian promises to be a
o for all fans. With every man
ounted for and under the guidance
Ty Cobb, the team is rounding out

NEW YORK GIANTS
Hearts of the fans in New York were
cheered Wednesday by good news from
both Giants' and Yankee camps. Jess
Barnes, of the New York Nationals,
McGraw's pitching ace in last year's
world series, has come to terms and
signed his 1922 contract. This checks
off one of the remaining three hold-
outs,, the other two being Kelly and
Douglas.
NEW YORK YANKEES
Miller Huggins, Yank manager, said
at New Orelans that all his men, were
lined up, with the possible exception
of Wally Schang, the veteran catcher.
Aaron Ward, the peppy second base-
man, has just come to an agreement
with the manager,, and has signed a
contract for the coming season. The,
Yanks have been having lots of snap-
py practicing, with a subsequent lim-
bering up.
Architecture College Gets Pictures
A collection of photographs of Euro-
pean architecture has been given to
the architectural college. The pictures
were presented by Richard H. Marr, a
Detroit architect, and were collected
by Herman Kiefer who was at one
time a Regent of the University.
Most of the scenes were of the vicin-
ity of Rome and other Italian .centers
of' art, while a few are of German and
Xustrian structures.

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FARRELL CHOOSES TEAM
FOR CONFERENCE MEET
QUARTER ILERS, HALF MILERS,
AND DASH MEN LEAVE
TOIORROW -
Coach Steve Farrell made his final
selection yesterday afternoon of the
men who will represent Michigan at
the annual Indoor Big Ten track meet
to be held at Evanston next Friday
and Saturday.I'
Trial runs were held in several,
events in order that the coach might
get a final line on the ability of his
men. The coach will take 20 and pos-
sibly 21 men to Northwestern in
hopes of at least winning second place
in the meet.
Part of Team Leaves Thursday
Farrell and the quarter milers, half
milers, and dash men will leave for
Evanston on Thursday afternoon in
order to participate in the preliminary
heats of these events which will be
held on the opening night of the
meet. The remaindet of the party
will leave on Friday morning in
charge of Manager Bailey.
The coach will take three sprinters,
Burke, Kelly, and Simmons, and inI
the hurdles Sargent will be the loneI
representative'of the Wolverines. StipeI
is entered in the shot put, while Mc-1
Ellven, and possibly Smith, will be,
taken for the high jump.
Eight Distance Men t Go
For the distance runs the coach will
take Douglas, Hattendorf and Price in
the half. Bowen, Arndt and Standish
in the, mile, and Chute and Davis in
the two mile.
Michigan will have five entries in
the 440-yard 'dash, C. M. Davis, Lew-
is, Joyner, Siemans and.Thomas being
the men to run in this event. Lan-
dowski is the sole Wolverine entered
in the'pole vault.
With this array of talent Michigan
should give Iowa, Minnesota and
Wisconsin a hot fight for second hQn,
ors in the Conference meet.
Ypsilanti People Guests at Union
A dinner for the married couples on
the faculty of the State Normal col-
lege at Ypsilanti was given at thq Un-
ion last night. After the meal the
couples left for a theater party in
Ypsilanti.
Today Is "M" Day.

Intramural Items
The schedule for interclass basket-
ball for Wednesday is as follows: At
7 o'clock on court one, Homoeops vs.
Fresh Lits; court two, Fresh Medics
vs. Fresh Laws; court three, Fresh
Engineers vs. Upper Medics; court
four, Junior Lits vs. Soph Engineers.
The results of the Class League
Monday night were: Soph Medics, 24,
Homoeops, 9; Soph Dents, 16, Fresh
Medics, 3; Senior Engineers 12, Fresh'
Engineers, 4; Soph Lits, 11, Junior
Lits, 9; Fresh Lits, 21, Pharmics, 4;
Upper Medics, 10, Upper Laws, 9;
Soph Engineers, 2, Architects, 0; Fresh
Laws, 15, Junior Engineers, 13.
The men qualifying for the final
round in the All-campus foul shoot-
ing tournament are as follows: R.
Rice, '23, and G. Jerome, '23E, with
55 out of a possible 75; V. E. Warney,
'25E, and A. H. Slingerland,. '24, with
54, and L. A. Pendleton, '25, R. H.
Krause, '24E, and H. L. Packer, '23,
with. 53. These men will- shoot their
final round on Wednesday evening at
7:45 o'clock.
The Inteeraternity foul shooting
contest will open at 8:15 o'clock to-
night. Men selected to represent
their house should be on deck prompt-
ly at the above time. The contest,
will be run off similar to the All-
campus foul shooting tournament, 15
out of 25, shots qualifying.

Six Members of 1922 Basketball Team
Report to Coach Fisher for
Practice
REGULAR DIAMOND NOT YET
IN SHAPE FOR DAILY WORK
Coach Fisher's 1922 baseball squad
will make its initial appearance on
Ferry field this afternoon, providing
weather does not absolutely prohibit.
The squad, which is still of larger
size than the one used last season,
will get a chanceto see baseball in its
native environment. The Varsity dia-
mond is still not in condition to use
so themen will confina their activities
to the south part of the field until the
field has had a little more time to
dry out.
Kipke Dons Glove
Harry Kipke, football flash and
member of this year's Varsity basket-
ball team reported today for the first
time. "Kip" played on last year's
All-fresh team in the infield. It is
feared that the old injury to his
shoulder sustained on the gridiron last
fall will somewhat hamper his activ-
ities around the keystone sack where
he has been accustomed to perform.
In case his throwing is not free, it is
the intention to use him in the out-
field so as to avail his hitting prowess.
Other members of the 1921-22 bas-
ketball squad have also showed their
intention of seeking new worlds to
conquer when they reported for the
team.
Mike Paper, the rdiminutive guard of
the basketball team, is trying for an
infield position and is showing well,

All members of the 19
ary class who have not
their class dues are urg(
so at once. Checks ar
mailed to the class trea
2107 Washtenaw avenue.
of senior lits whose dues
,unpaid are now posted in
istrar's office, according
er B. Rea., president of ti
Today is "M" Day.

REMOVE THE DANGER
Step into either of our offices and look over our
- Safety Deposit Vault Equipment -
You will-feel at ease knowing your valuables are
safely deposited -in your .individual box behind
those massive doors

considering the fact that b
been out as long as some o
didates. Ely, captain-elect o
players, is another infielder
cause some of the aspirants
for a job before the season o
More Outfielders
Twodmen have also report
outfield posi ions. They
and Bob Peare, both guar(
basketball team. They are
and fast. Although the ga
be a hard place to break in tl
these men are to be count
running.
The last of the basketeers
is Archie McWood, pitcher
year's All-fresh baseball t
substitute to Ely on this y
sity basketball team. McV
the best of the yearling tw.
year and the-coach is expe
to show a good deal when h
arm Into condition.

"22 LITS

CHICAGO AMERICANS
Gloom at the Seguin, Tex., training
camp of the -Chicago Americans was
cleared Thursday wher Manager Glea-
son learned that some of his most
mportant regulars had been account-
ed for. Among those who were doubt-
'ul were, Eddie Collins, second base-
nan, and team captain, Harry Hooper,
Amos Strunk and Bob Falk, his out-
feld, and Ernie Johnson, shortstop.'
Dick Kerr sent word that if an ad-
ustment of salary difference could be
nade, he would be on hand.
CHICAGO CUBS
,At the camp of the Chicago Na-
ionals, on an island. off the coast of
Jalifornia, Manager Killifer is having
lenty cause for worry. The chief
'eason for this is that he is finding
t hard to get his pitching staff ,into
condition. Roy Grahm, recruit catch-
Dr, was injured .Wednesday 'while
:atching behind the bat of Ray Schalk.
His fractured thumb will keep him
gut of play for about two weeks..
ST. LOUIS AMERICANS
George Sisler and Johnny Tobin ar-
-ived in camp Wednesday and the list
)f absentees of the St. Louis Ameri-
cans trainng at Mobile, Ala., narrow-
ad down to one,, Dave Danforth, the
newly acquired pitcher -from Colum-
us. Both Sisler and Tobin celebrat-
d their arrival into camp by knock-
ng the ball over the fence during

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SENIOR LITS NOTICE

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SENIOR ENGINEERS, NOTICE

'All members of the class who"
wish their pictures to appear in
the class picture wPl be obliged'
to pay 75 cents to the picture
committee. A representative of
the committee will be in the
Engineering society rooms from
9 to 5 o'clock today and tomor-
row.
C. S. FINKBEINER,
Chairman.
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I Canes should -be ordered im-
I mediately at Wagner and Co.'s
I since it takes from three to four
I weeks to obtain them.
WALTER WESBROOK,
Chairman Cane Committee.
Programs and announcements
may be ordered between the
hours of 2 and 5 o'clock, Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons, at the
booth in University hall.
Cara J. STEDMAN,
Chairman Program Committee.
Watch for the "W's". Today Is "X"
1Day.
Try a Daily Want Ad. Itnays.-Adv

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UNDERCLASS1LEN TRYOUTS
WANTED;

Underclassmen are wanted as
try.outs for the stage committee
of the Mimes theater. Report
Wednesday afternoon after 3
1 o'clock at the theater.
Today is '"4"Day.

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CLEVELAND INDIANS
Joveleskie, Bagby, Morton, Uhle,
thoron, and Mails will be the pitch-
3 that Manager Speaker will de-
ad upon this season, according to
ports from the spring training camp
Dallas, Tex. Morton, who did not
ch any last season until July 4,
11 be given plenty of work prior to
.t time this season, in the hope that
3 great curve and fast ball will win
,ny gameA before the batters get ac-
stomed to real pitching.
BOSTON RED SOX
Eddie Foster and Muddy Ruel were
:ed to the list of Red Sox holdouts
ursday. Dispatches from H o t
rings, Ark., the Red Sox trainug
)und, said that Foster had refused
sign the contract offered him at
t year's salary and that Ruel also
: a disagreement and was missing.
e Harris, who has just returned to
jor league play, after several
ars' suspension, is said to be fast

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SKeeping physically and a
Smentalyfit, ruires g8
tion. ,e
A game of Billiards daily
will do it for Michigan' N
I men.
i Come in and we will t
I prove it to you.
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p PIPES IUNCHES SODAS
"we try to treat you ritht"

You won't have to shun your
friends or feel ashamed to go
to a social gathering of any
kind, when your clothes are
Energined.

It's Odorless

LA SSFIECLOSES CLOS
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Swissilized Garments Stay Clean Longer

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MISCELLANEOUS
COLLEGE MEN averaged $950 profiti
for 75 days work last summer, sellingI
"Wear-Ever" aluminum equipments
by the demonstration method. No
canvasing. It does not pay to ex-
aggerate. Call Townsend, 1122-
M or Irwin 2372 and get the facts.
HOW ABOUT making $70.00 Spring
Vacation? Have you made your plans
as yet? I still have territory for
a few more men in the brush game.
Come in and look our proposition
over. Mr. Leader, ;232 Nickel's Ar-
cade. Phone 600-M. 110-21
SPOT CASH for your used car. Drive
'em in. C. Richter, Campus Garage,'
504 E. Washington. 118-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE -Surveyor's transit and
level. Both for $100.00. P. C. Rob-
ertson, Albion, Mich. 117-3
FOR SALE-Oliver Tynewriter. rood

LOST
LOST-Feb. 24 at or #near Arm(
small dark brown Spanish con
with brilliants. Has sentir

value to owner.
R. Swank, 148.

Reward.

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LOST-Chi Omega pin. Name
X. Wiley. Finder -pleasec
Reward.
WANTED
WANTED-A live man with
county manager by manu
corporation. Permanent,
big money. Call for Mr. P
ney Hotel, Wednesday an
day.
WANTED-Fraternity cook i:
ly. Call 1855 or at 721
St.

South
4th Ave.

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Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.--

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WANTED-A Sop]
Cavanaugh, 937.

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