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have been added to the
seball schedule for this.
two games will be play,
new Minnesota team and
p for the gamies with In-
were cancelled 'when that
sent their diamond team
ay 23 and 24 are the dates
:ests instead of the May
when the Indians games
led.
me with Illinois on May
Iowa on May 22 and then
ta games on May 23 and

24 Fisher will have a busy trip on
which much will depend. One other
game at Chicago on May 1 is the only
other Conference game played away,
from home.
Intramural Items
The schedule for the Interfraternity
wrestling tournament for Tuesday is
as follows: At 3:30, Phi Kappa Sigma
vs. Phi Chi; at 3:45, Beta Theta Pi
vs. Alpha Sigma Phi; at 4, Theta.Chi
vs. Phi Delta Theta; at 4:15, Phi Sig-
ma Kappa vs. Delta Tau Delta.
Students who have investigated de-
clare that there is a variety of foods
served at the Arcade Cafeteria un-
equalled anywhere else in town.-Adv.

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FISHER WILL ANNOUNCE-
TEAM PERSONNEL TODAY
WILL TAKE 16 MEN INCLUDING
SIX PITCHERS ON SOUTH-
ERN TRIP
Coach Ray Fisher expects to an-
nounce this afternoon the men who are
to take the Southern training ti'p with
the Varsity baseball squad this
spring. However, if the weather for-
bids a good workout for the men, the
announcement -may be delayed until
Wednesday.
Fisher 'expects to take one man for
each of the infield positions, two
catchers, four outfielders, and six
pitchers. One of the catehers will be
Ernie Vick, captain of the outft, and
three of the pitchers to be taken will
be Liverance, Schultz and Dixon. This
trio of hurlers were members of the
1921 Varsity nine and- form the nu-
cleus of Fisher's hurling corps for the
coming season.
Despite the rain and wet weather,
Fisher put the men through a rather
stiff workout yesterday afternoon.
Following a few games of "pepper,"
"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.
ERFECTPLUMBINGS
WHAT WEDDO'-
LET US DO SOM E
WORK
FOR YOU!
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and a general warming up, two-teams
were chosen and a game played. Vick
caught for both teams. On the whole,'
the team did not look bad considering
the weather that they have been forc-
ed to practice in, and the very limited
amount of outdoor work which they.
have had.
Fisher is very much disappointed
with _the present weather conditions.
His men have been forced to work un-
der very unfavorable conditions dur-
ing the time they have been out-of-
doors. The ground at the field is.
heavy and the progress of th'e players
is slowed up considerably.
JUNIORS TO PLAY SOPHOMORES
FOR CUP IN GAME TONIGHT
Final competition for the champion-
ship cup will take place in the junior-
senior basketball -game, to be held. at
7:45 o'clobk tonight in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Thesophomores won the right to
meet the junior team by defeating thej
freshmen in the preliminary game last
week by a score of 17 to 16, and the
final match promises to be a close ond.
At the close of the game, the Cham-
pionship cup now in the director's of-
fice will be presented to kthe winning
team by Helen Bishop, the' president
of the Women's Athletic association.
Numerous students have reported
recently that in spite of the superior-
ity of food and service, prices at the
Ardade Cafeteria are lowest.-Adv.
"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.

(Continued from Page One)
In case an - athlete, ineligible for
competition in one institution, trans-
fers to any of the Big Ten universities
he shall not be eligible for intercol-
legiate competition until he has been
a resident in the one of the Confer-
ence schools for'two years. This rule
is designed to strike a blow at the
tramp athlete who transfers from one
institutioi? to another in an effort to
become eligible for competitin. The
former one year residence rule which
applies to all transfers, at the present
time, is in no way invalidated by the
new ruling provided the transferring
athlete brings with him a satisfactory
record from his former school.
Disappove Intersectional Games
Definite disapproval of intersection-
al contests which involve long journ-
les and loss of 'college work to the
athletes, was expressed by. the Big
Ten heads. The general opinion
seemed to be that good enough com-
petition can be secured within the
One of the pleasantest methods yet
evolved for saying money, and one
which is applicable to every student
is ,the purchase of a meal ticket at the
Arcade Cafeteria. It will save from
8 to 10 per cent.-Adv.
"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.

Conference universities, and that con-
tests involving extensive travel are
unnecessary. I Coach Yost said that
this protest is in no way directed
against intersectional contests such
as Cornell- Michigan or Chicago-
Princeton matches in which the dist-
ance travelled is scarcely greater than
from Olfio State to Minnesota, or the
distances regularly covered by Big Ten
teams.
It was further voted to normalize
and enlarge the list of eligible Confer-
ence colleges.
The following resolutions were
adopted.
First-That the Conference vigor-
ously condemns the indefensible and
demoralizing methods now being re-
sorted to by unofficial agencies to pro-
cure promising athletes.
Second-That the Conference main-
tain the amateur rule and continue its
efforts with renewed vigor to' reduce
and eventually to eliminate even sus-
picion of professionalism from college
and university athletics. *
Third- That serious attention be
given to some method of eliminating
intersectional games involving long
trips and longperiods of absence from
school. This does not imply that con-
tracts now in force should not be
carried out.

BI TEN DIRECTORS TAKE DRASTIC
STEPS 10 STOP PROFESSIONAL!1

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Sir.

the iule
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ovision to

S it your hat or did you
just buy it? Is it yours
in personality, shape .and
shade? Or did your habe -
dasher just clamp it on your
head and say, "Five dollars,
please? " Let us help you
select a blat you'll feel is'
really yours!

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by

Berg
Ward

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of the plumbing work we have
done for others in this community
we feel quite certain that you
would have employed us long ere
this. But you needn't put it off
any longer. Send for us and get
acquainted wit h t h e perfect
plumbing we do.
Beranek
& Martin
320 NO. MAIN ST.,
Plione 2462

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3 Established 1905
BROWNIE CAMERAS
On your Spring vacation
you will want one of
t h e s e excellent picture
takers'.

adaitionc
that in c
athletic c
one. instit
main ine]
two yeark
to which
Fifth-.
e~r the ad
spott ul

$3,50-$8.50

to anotner hne sna
to compete until
"esidence at the se
insfers.
the Conference coi
lty of adop~ting a

For Men Since 1848
WAGNER & COMPANY
CLOTHING, HATS. SHOES. HABERDASHERY
STATE STREET AT LIBERTY

Sixth-That the Conference scho
urge their students, alumni i
friends to aid them in maintain
the 'Conference rules and standards
eliminating gambling in all forms
connection with games and ,in kq
ping the sports clean and wholeso
free from the suspicion of professi
alism and untainted with commerc
ism" in any form.
"22 LITS NOTICE
f All members of the 1922 liter
ary class who have not yet pait
their class dues of $2 are urged tc
do so at once, Checks are to b,
mailed to the class treasurer al
2107 Washtenaw avenue. Namei
of senior lits whose dues are ye
unpaid are now posted in the reg
istrar's office, according to Walt
er B Rea., president' of the class
RIDER FOR PENS.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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The Eberbach & Son Co.

This evening we are going to throw. our music
parlorsopen to you and your friends. We invite
you to come to them immediately after dinner
and let us entertain you for the evening. We are
going to play the advance records for May which
won't go on sale until later. We have an excel-
lent floor and we think you will like to dance es-
pecially well to a new record received yesterday
morning. Just come and dance to thc

200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.

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THREE THINGS you must
bear in mind when selecting

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in the stern
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Style

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to make up MEN'S dress,
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Our parlors will be at your disposal from six-
thirty until ten o'clock. Come any time and stay
as long as you care to.
The latest and best in music always meanst
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305 MAYN A RD STREET- Across from Majestic Theatre
"You FURNISH THE GIRL - WE'LL FURNISH THE DANCE"

spicuous. Because
men realize this
fa'ct, partic ular
pains are taken
to select shoes of
Quality and Dis-
tinction.

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Keeping physically and
;mentally fit requires mod-
crate regular recreatipn.
A game of Billiards daily
will do it for Michigan men.
Come in and we will
prove it

Gross ( Dietzel

117 E~. W.ASHINOT

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