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D; MEN WILL FIND TOUGH
IN UNIJRSITY OF GEORGIA TEAM'
TO LOSE for the count, having dropped Coach
THIS White's men two times.,
Beast of Strong Hurling Corps
The Wolverine'"batters will face the
.rsame hurling corps this spring that
Black,, performed so capably against them
Black, last April. Cliff Pantone, Cracker
Pa. ace, is back in the field and turned a
chigan nine five hit game on his last start against
battle with the slugging Oglethorpe Petrels. Jack
nday, they Frost, West Virginia speed boy, let
ad aggrega- the Mercer university nine down with
four bingles Friday and copped his
by a col, game 9 to 2. Freshman Sale is the
3 and Black only newcomer to the rifle pit, and
five being "freshman phenomenon," his title, is
.e a tie, and no misnomer. His last essay was a
wrong side one-hit masterpiece against the Ogle-
ful Augusta thorpe Petrels. Seth 'Dekle, crafty
r horse-hid- moundsman, has failed thus far to
team down round into his wonted form.

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George Clark, who threw them byh
the platter with more or less "zip"
last season, has been shifted to the
outfield because of his tremendous
hitting power. The Bulldogs' pitching
piece is being well spoken.
Cody Is Star First-Baseman
Capt. Welborn Cody, barely nosed
out in the All-Southern balloting last
year, is at his old stand at the initial
station. This man shows all the
qualities of elasticity, and is one of
the most timely, if not consistent,
hitters in Southern collegiate base-
ball. Josh Watson is again scooping
them on all sides at second base. The
varsity keystoner has shown much ini-
provement in hitting.
At the shortfield, we find a new
guardian, DeLacy Allen by name. He
is the most reliable fielding short-4
stop the Red and Black has had in
four years. Ware Hutcheson, play-
ing his third season at the hot cor-
ner, undoubtedly boasts the best
throwing arm in the Southeastern
district, and this feature, coupled with
his tendency to field consistently and
hit hard and often, makes him an in-
valuable member of the Athena' out-
fit.
Outfielders Can Slug
The outfield situation is not as of
yore. Booze McWhorter, who held
down left field in '21, has been nudg-
ed out of the lineup by "Old Timer"
Eldridge, a last season sub. Eldridge
has been cracking the safe one with
pleasing regularity, and will proba-
bly start against Fisher's charges. As
before set forth, George Clark, vet-
"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.
Chop Sucy
CHINESE AND
AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Quang Tung Lo.
613 E. liberty

eran of three seasons' standing, is
reigning supremely at center. His
wicked mace has not keenly awakened
to the exigency of the occasion, but
shows signs of reviving in the near
future. It is in right that we find
the most attractive of the newcomers
to Georgia's diamond ranks, J. D.
Thomason, a strapping freshman, is
ranking right on top in hitting, hav-
iai slammed the apple "wheretthey
ain't" ten times out of 33 trips to the
plate, for an average of .303., He
leads the pack inatotal bases with
11, and has pilfered 3 sacks, Clark
is also playing a stellar role as guard
on the '22 basketball varsity.
Behind the plat are Eddie Rawson,
captain-elect of the '23 basketball
team, and his hefty understudy, Pat
Bowers. Rawson is in the midst of
a hitting slump, but continues to work
a steady influence on the' Red and
Black heavers. Powers''work is thus
far flawless.
Strollers Hold Business Meeting
A business meeting of the executives
of the Strollers society was held in
Lansing Wednesday evening at the
Downey hotel.

KAS EARLYSTR
Tad Wieman Has Been Drilling Men
for Over Two Weeks
Already
YOSTMEN TO BE IN PINX
OF CONDITION FOR OHIO

In the forward passing end
game, Captain Goebel, Keefer,
and -Brunner have been receiv
most attention. Here again p
is the essential element in an
ate passer, and these men hav
working at shooting the ball
and precisely at the right time
receiving ends or backs.
In order that there may be
lay in opening the spring prac
Tuesday afternoon, suits w
handed out to the applicants tb
day before the opening of schc
I er the vacation.

ains In Cars
y for your inspection!

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AT THE THEATERS

TODAY-
Seren

'ord Coupe --- perfect mech-

Arcade - Alice Lake in "The
Golden Gift."

necal condition.

Don't fail to see

ae before you buy.

Majestic--"Wife Against
Bennet production.

Wife,"

116 Dodge Touring Car
(Cash or Terms)

Orpheum - Willard - Dempsey
Fight.
Rae-Cecil de Mille's "Saturday
ight."
Wuerth-"Thunderclap," a, Fox
production.

No stone is being left unturned in
the development of the 1922 football
team. A number of the gridiron can-
didates have been working on Ferry
field already, and the call for every-
one to report Tuesday, April 18, the
first day after spring vacation, has
been made. -
With the important Ohio State game
at Columbus so 'early in the season;
as Oct. 22, every effort must be madel
to have the football men thoroughly
trained and instructed by that date.
Letters are being sent to all students
interested in football, asking them to
turn out. It is hoped that the spring
turnout this year will be the largest
in the history of the University.
Work on Fundamentals
At the spring sessions, the candi-
dates are instructed in the fundamen-
tals of the game and are given every
oportunity to show their wares. In
this way valuable material is often
developed and the men reach a higher
point of perfection. The shortness of
the spring workout this year will nec-
essarily entail concentrated - and in-
tensive drills under the instruction of
Coach Yost and Assistant Coach Tad
Wieman.
For the past two weeks when the'
weather has permitted, Coach Wie-
man has been working with those men
who need special attention. The work
of passing the ball from center, kick-
ing, and forward passing is so spe-
cialized that intensive practices and,
many tries are necessary for perfec-
tion. On the finer points of these
arts, a number of the men are being
drilled.
Looking for a Center
Several men are being groomed to
take Vick's place at center. At pass-
ing the ball alone, Wieman has been
drilling Slaughter, 13owman, and Blah-
nik, all freshmen, and Spencer of the
1924 all-fresh team. The ability to
hit a dime is almost essential in this
position, and regulation of the speed
of the ball is also necessary. For this
reason practically all the time has
been devoted to this work.
Neisch and Keefer are being work-
ed to replace Steketee. Neisch is re-
ceiving particular attention, for he.
possesses wonderful I:ssibilities. His
lack of accuracy and consistency in
punting 1 ' ,;cking-off aire being reNu-'
edied by t o :! Wieman, however. Ex-
cellent n 1 in handling the ball has'
been, sho.;a by Keefer, the freshman
quarte- bac; and he shows fair pos-
sibili =s s kicker. -

WRESTLING FINALS
FURNISH THRILLS
Fast work and thrills marked the
finals in the interfrat'ernity wrestling
tournamet, which the Phi Chi's won
from the Phi Sigma Kappa by a score
of 2-0, yesterday afternoon in Water-
man gymnasium. Both teams pre-
sented well-balanced combinations,
which treated the fair sized crowd to
a number of surprises.
In the lightweight bout McClure,
Phi Chi, threw Cutter, Phi Sigma Kap-
pa, in 2 minutes with a bar and chan-
cery on the head. The work was fast
from start to finish, McClure being the
aggressor throughout.
Cooper, Phi Chi, met Kalmbach, Phi
Sigma Kappa, in the middleweight
go. Cooper rushed the affair all of
the way, at no time being in danger
of being thrown. At the end of the
first five minutes the decision would
have gone to Cooper, but seven sec-
onds of time was still left when the
bout was called so it was decided to
have the men wrestle in periods of.
2 minutes each until ope should be the
victor. Two 2 minute periods were
held, and although Cooper was the
point winner, it was decided to post-
poge the match until after the heavy-
weights had met.
Doc Wright, Phi Chi, pinifed Dunn,
Phi Sigmna Kappa, to the 'net in a
minute and a half. The result came as
a surprise for Wright is a boxer and
Dunn is the All-campus heavyweight
champion. Dunn, it was said, was in
no condition to wrestle.
Moffet was to have met Bowen for
the championship of the campus in
their class, but the match has been
postponed unti. sometime after vaca-
tion.

1368
Washington St.

C. Richter

Campus Garage

THIS WEEK

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Stage

Those

Garrick (Detroit) - San Carlo
Grand Opera company.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
"The Bird of Paradise" with
Hawaiian singers and players.

I

En
Topoa ts
-have just arrived-one month late.

Typewriters sold, rented, cleaned,
and repaired. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nick-
el's Arcade.-Adv.
1 ePFM

SOLDIER DISABILITY CLAIMS
SHOULD NOW BE REINSTATE
Ex-service men in the Univers:
who have claims for disability shot
reinstate them at once as hundre
of cases are now being handled by t
local branch of the American Ri
Cross. Many service veterans all ov
the country have been holding
herotofore for lack of information
the subject or through doubt of t
successful handling of tleir case. I
Red Cross in Ann Arbor through I
Veterans Bureau offers aid to men
compensation for disability, adju
ment of war risk insurance premiu
vocational training, and medical se:
ice.
Another function of the chapter
its public health nursery, Junior I
Cross, life saving service in the ho
pital, and emergency corp, organiz
foi peace time activity.

Matinee
Freshman
Adv.

Danice Saturday, April 22.
Girls' Glee Club-Union.-

TELEPHONE 214 -1

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Sixty to seventy-five dollar
coats, beautiful English woolens,
made for us in London, to go at

"DAD" IS ALL RIGHTI

CAP AND GOWN NOTICE

$42.50

' and

47.s50

Besides working all day, taking
mother on shopping tours, and
walking baby to sleep, he sends
the check.

Senior lits may place orders
for caps and gowns with George
Moe up until Friday of this
week. All orders must be in by
then in order that the caps and
gowns may arrive in time for
Swing-out.
ROBERT S. PEARE.
"RIDER for PENS."-Aav.

Light Tans, blues, greys, browns in
tweeds and homespuns. Plain loose
fitting box coats.
This is the time the man who has not yet

Most fathers- enjoy

a good

purchased has an adbantage.
coats are priced to move.

The

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smoke. We have some boxes
of fresh, quality Cigars that we
are sure would please him.

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The new English Sport Suits have also
arrived. Coat, knickers, trousers
$45 and $5o

We also

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have most Tobaccos,

and all Cigarettes, Any of
these would make dandy Easter
gifts for him.

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s with is in 1905 and have kept
p in increasing numbers ever since.
Michigan men.fi today will fitnd Al
pment, good fellowship and con-
al environment.

For Men

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