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.ittle work each
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and track fa
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her JMay Keep Track
s Until After Vacation
e post- vault, respectively. Illinois is expect-
'acation ed to make a stron'g bid for the four'
ange in mile relay and some critics are pres-1
e Mon-j aging they will break the record for
nn of the event now held by Wisconsin.
In the Southern university is sending a
squad strong half mile relay and will try tol
itermasn enter the se,ect circles of Northerni
oes- not educational institutions on the rtack.
nen go- Ohio Here May 6
rr.work, On May 6 the Wolverines will en-
been a tertain Ohio State on Ferry field and
o start all indications point to a -resumption
uad en- of the bitter battle that resulted 'in a
having 69 to 66 win for the clan of Farrell
i day. at Columbus last year. Steve has no
out on little respect for the Scarlet andiGray
ecess it tracksters and is already, pointing his
a week charges for this occasion in an effort
heduled to expand last year's margin. In the
t Des- meet last year Hill, of State, was the
high individual point winner pressed
ies closely by Simmons of Michigan with
chedule 10 points made in the 100 and 220.1
of the Illinois comes to Ferry field May 13'
as are with what may be considered the equal
It has of any, track and field"-aggregatioi In
past to America. and surpassed probably by
al indi- Cornell alone. The Indians are strong
I in all in every department, the distance men
be fol- and Osborne in the high Jump being
cement especially brilliant. .While the en-
'hat 'in- tire squad cannot maintain the aver-
ed but age of these stars Gill has enough
ugly to good men to swell the Illinois total
rski be- to practically unbeatable proportions
d pole in any dual meet.

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The other dual meet ,on the sched-
ule is against Chicago at Chicago.
May 20, and on dope alone it should
be entered on the right side of the
score book. The Maroons did not
show unusual strength in a single
event in the indoor meet here several
weeks ago and can hardly be expect-
ed to develop enough men to over-
come the 33 poInt margin Michigan
took on that occasion. The two re-
maining. events on the schedule are
the Western Conference meet at Iowa
City, June 2. and 3, and the National
Collegiate Athletic association meet
at Chicago, June 17. Both of these
events .will be national in character
and will afford an opportunity to co- _
pare Michigan with other squads of
the country.
The schedule:
April 29-Drake Relays at Des-
Moines Iowa.
May 6--Ohio State here.
May 13-Illinois here,.
May 20-Chicago at Chicago.
June 2-3-Western C o n f e r e n c e
championships at Iowa City.
June 17-N. C. A. A. meet at Chi-
cag.
FINALS IN MAT
TOURNEY TODA Y
Finals in the All-campus wrestling
tournament will be held at 3 o'clock
this afternoon In the wrestling room
in Waterman gymnasium. Two men
have survived in each of the six
weights and will fight it out today for
the campus championship in, their
respective weights. They have gone
throlugh the preliminary rounds with-
out a fall.6
The tournament this year has been
the largest and most successful ever
held at the University. More than 60
enthusiasts entered the lists and the
matches have been interesting and
well fought. Numerals will be award-'
ed to the winners of first and second
places as prizes.
' The following men will meet this,
afternoon to decide the various titles.
At 125 pounds, Doty vs. Toy; at 135,
pounds, McClure vs. Casman; -at 145
pounds, Moffat vs. Jones; 158 pounds,
Jones vs. Reiman; 175 pounds, T. Clif-
ford vs. Wagner;« heavyweight, E.1
Dunn vs. Wagner.
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GRAD APIDS UNION AND KALAMAZOO
TO PLAY FINALS OF, COURT TOURNEY

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Furniture City Fl-e with Molwitz,
Harrigan, Cherry Is Strong
Aggregation
CELERY EATERS WIN ACAINST
SOUTHEASTERN AFTER BATTLE
Union high school of Grand Rapids
and Kalamazoo high school won their
way into the finals of the Class "A"
interscholastic basketball tournament
yesterday afternoon by defeating
Highland Park and Detroit Southeast-
ern. Union won from Highland Park
by a score of 31-21. Kalamazoo de-
feated Southeastern in the fastest
game of the tournament by a 17-13
score.
Union had little trouble disposing
of Highland Park in the 3 o'clock
session. The Cherry, Molwitz, Harri-
gan combination was to' qmuch for the
suburban team. The guarding of Ful-
goni and Xfnudzel kept the Furniture
City quintet well in the lead through-
out the contest. Malowitz, scoring six
goals from the field, was the star of
the contest. He was all over the floor
passing well and helping the guards
when the occasion demanded. To Red
Cherry go the laurels for high scor-
ing. Cherry sank 9 out of 12 free
throws and registered twice from the
field for a total.
For the losers Edwards the center
made 5 points, tying with Culverwell
.for sgoring honors. The Highland
Park guards found difficulty in stop-
ping the whirlwihd offense of Union.
I, Kazoo Meets Opposition '
Kalamazoo met unexpected opposi-
tion from the'Southeastern high team
and were able to win only by a last
minute rally which was the sensation
of the tournament. At the end of the
third quarter the score stood 9 all.
The score see sawed back and forth
until a few minutes to go the count
stood 13-13. Campbell then' broke
away and scored from the side of the
floor. As the gun shot Righter tipped
one in from under the basket. The
ball was in the air when the gun
sounded.
The game started slowly, each team
on the defensive. Righter, captain of
the Celery City team, found a match
in MacDougle of Southeastern. Right-
er was forced to content himself with
2 goals from the field altliough he
threw 5 of 6 free throws tried. Doyle,
Kalamazoo's back guard, played a
great game. He took the ball from
the backboard and started the offen-
sive in an impressive fashion
MacDougle Plays Well
MacDougle' guar'ding and floor play
MEN AND woks
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OL b Iteachers anid ithool exeu
semtd arties in all part::of the"
country. Not anordinary agency. Abureau for spe ialists--
larget~ yr Amen 'r No elemrentary srhool subjects. College
graduates a specialty.:!Afore than haif of 'the state universitie have
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was the bright spot for the losers.i
They found some difficulty in gettingi
through the stone wall defense put.
up by Kalamazoo. Noble made 5 ofr
the 9 free throws he tried. Putman1
made 2 long field goals. {
In the second round of the consola-
tion series Detroit Western beat Pon-
tiac 26-25 in a whirlwind finish. Ne,
gaunee, the Upper Peninsula team,;
found their stride and beat Flint eas-
ily by a 31-24 score, in one of the bestI
played games of the tournament. i
Detroit Western and Pontiac met in'
the first game of the afternoon se-I
ries. The Detroit champions seemed1
to be overconfident for at the end of
the third period. Pontiac was leading
by a score of 22-13. When the fourth'
period opened the Detroit boys show-
ed a world of speed- and were able to1
overcome the lead. Ginn. and Wink-
worth were the stars for the win-1
ners, getting 5 and 4 baskets, respec-1
tively.
Pontiac's lead in the third period I
was largely due to the work of Don-1
aldson scoring 4 baskets from the 1
field. Watchpocket played well at
guard, while Chet Wood's floor work !
was exceptional
Negaunee Takes ,Over Flint
Nhgaunee had little trouble in win-1
ning from Flint. The Upper Penin-,r
sula team showed some of the best'
passing under the basket seen in thef
tournament thus far. The game was
marredi by a number of fouls 'being1
called on both sides. Pulkmen and
Sundquist of Negaunee were disqual-i
Ified because of 4 personal fouls.
For Flint Don Weiss played a good
dribbling game and scored 3 field bas-
kets. Ackerman at running guard was
fast, and accurate in his shots. 1
Weiss was, the high scorer- with 141
points. Wilcox although helping the!
team play .With his accurate passing,4
was able to conneot with only 1
goal. Pulkmen, Scanlon and Sund-
quist bore the blunt of the Negauneel
offensive 'and were -effective at close'
range.

The Cleveland Indians broke
Ing camp at Dallas, Texas, Mar
everyone of the 40 players
brought north by manager Tris E
er, according to word received.
was the largest squad ever to
camp in Cleveland uniforms.
This does not mean that Ma
Speaker intends to keep all (
players. He has numerous
scheduled on the northward
which necessitates splitting the
into two divisions. There ai
pitchefs, 4 catchers, 10 infielder
seven outfielders on the roster.
ent plans, it is understood, ca
the assignment of two catcher:
five infielders to each division,
one team, probably the regular:
carry four outfielders, &d the
three.
NeInnis it. Clean-Up PositIo
McInnis, Wambaganss, Sewel
Gardner will compose the infie
the regulars. Indications are tha
is the infield which will start the
on, and if Manager Speaker's lip
his practice games, means any
McInnis will bat in the clean-u;
tion. Since joining the team, the
er Philadelphia and Boston Am
league teams star first basema
hit in this position.
I The regular catchers more tha:
ly will be O'Neill and Nunamake
cept for Speaker and Jamieso
outfielders for the exhibition .
have not been decided upon. G
and Evans will probably be the
two men in the regulars' gardei
other available outfielders are E
Jeannes and Patrick McNulty.
Joe Wood in Charge
Joe Wood is to manage the s
team an& the infield will probab
composed of Guisto at first, Han
at second, Sorrels at short stop



tions are th
team. Shine
the probable
ed how the r

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Iloxing Shoipy T To
DOe Given Apr.,
With everything in readiness and
pointing' to 'a highly successful en-!
tertainment the first' boxing show to
be put on by the University of Mich-
igan had to be postponed from, March
30 to April 6. Absence of light caused
by the storm on Thursday made this
postponement necessary.
Every seat In Mimes theater was
filled and a large numbertoftstudents
did not come in because of the dark-
ness of the building. It is certain that
the show would have satisfied every-
one as no detail was overlooked in
order to make it a success. All the
boxers will take advantage, of .the
extra week to further condition them-
selves for the show on April 6.

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It is with regret that
Moran, of the Cincinnati
les been training at ll
Texas, passed an, advei
upon the ability of Frank
win a place as a pitcher
Not Fast Enou
Moran, after closely wa
toa's work and although
for his grit and his detE
break in the big league, d
too light just yet for fas
The case of Thorntor
odd chapter to the bas
His home is in Pittsburg
a well-to-do family. He I
one of the best semi-profe
ers of thU, city. Belie,
was ripe enough to trave
leagues he came to Cine
day before the Redsstar
and suggested that hE
chance to tryout with t'
said that he would pay h
training camp and all of
while at Mineral. Wells,
chance of exhibiting his
ities. Moran said Thor
that he was a. quick thi
afraid of hard work, but
there was apparent a p:

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In . the interfraternity
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