pr* _: 9 '
to the prevalence of bad
the Illinois-Michigan fresh-1
graphic track meet schedul-
is week end has been can-
eet might have been heldI
k, but the Illinois freshmn i
aving thieir semester exam-
which naturally puts such
out of the question. Illi-
xever, believing that they
etter freshman track squad
;higan, ran off the events
iy afternoon. Coach Hahn[
ed a letter to the Illinois
officials askidng that they send a copyI
of their results in order that they'1
(,can be compared with the results of
trials to. be held here some time next
One telegraphic meet was held this
Syear with Illinois indoors and be-
cause of its success in stimulating
spirit it is hoped several can be ar-
ranged for next year.
L. V. Heivitt, 12211,is 9muh Iun]irov ed
.1Leland V. Hewitt, '22I, -who was
found in an unconscious condition
Monday and taken to the University
hospital was reported much improved
Watch.0 for the Pink sheen!
RUNS AT. CHICAGO TODAY
(Coninuued from Page One)
The W'olverine squad will number 22
menci and at least 2> menl will be enter-
ed in each event, while in three events
there will be i enltries;. Simmtons candl
Burke are the- Wolverines to run in
the:, dashes, Siemons and Joyner in the
qu arter mile and lDougles and Price
in the half mile. , in the distance
events, Bowen 'and Hattendor~f will
step the, mile and Davis and Chute
thie two mnile. Sargent ands: Schmitz
will run the hunrdle events, McElven,
Smith and Neisch will high jump, and
fbandowski, Naylor and Smith will
pole vault. In the Javelin throw will
be lHoffmian, Landowski and Dunne,
H Ieath and Stipe will be Miehigan's'
representat ives iii the shot put, §tipe
and Schmidt in the hamIrr throw and
Dunne and Hunter are entered in the
ABE RUTHl 'ETERS
FIRST GAME TODAY,,
has ilcenl Under Suspension
¢,4 tFall nor Playing in
ig Canoe and Pary' Orders
OPEN SUN DAYS
Fo~r light Luncheonls after the show or, dance
Thne Blue Bird D0elicatessen
1112 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
CASE SOWS TIIAT LA1 BIS"
IS'S i PR EME)if:NTBASEBALL
(By Associated Press)
Hlis penance all performed, Babe
Ruth, ihe prodigal son of Swat, takes
uzp ii blgeon again today weather
permitlting, as the New York Yankees
open a long,- home series at the Polo
Grounds- *with Kenineth Williams, ""the
Ruthian Lochinvar from; out of the'
WNest, trying to miake his 1922 Metro-
politan. debut the beginning of a fade-
out for George Herman.
04nehe has read of the ball-slam-
miing prowess of Williams, since he
has; been shown that the Yankees are
1more. than a "one :man" club, since
he has found that 'Commissioner lie-
nesaw MV. Landis mea~ns to enforce the
rules and since he has discovered
what it means not to -be alloNved to
Wthfor the Pink Sheet!
Lost something? A Claissied ,A&' In
T ha Daily will feud' It for -vo---Adv.
play;' it is reported that Ruth's uni-!
form.--including his cap-fits better.
Still Big Drawving Card
But regardless of the intrepidity of
Mr. Williams, who seems inte'nt upon
galloping past the Babe's highwater
mark of 59 home runs for la'st sea-
son; regardless of the fact that Ruth
has a "record"-as a baseball Sher-]
lock, the King of Klouters is still the
bridIe of Harlem and ' the biggest
baseball drawing card the world has
ever known. In the view of many fans
the attitude that Ruth has displayed
since receiving his "'sentence" from
<<Commissionei Lan'dis, th~e quiet man-
n~r in which hie has conducted him-
self, his willingness to "play- the'
game" and his apparent determina-
tion to make up for lost time, all of
this Nwill bring as many people to the
hall yards to s&_ him this year as slid
Ruth's appearance in the line-up
today will mark his first appearance
in. a league gamze this' year, 38 days
after the opening of the season and
,with one-fourth of the season gone,
necessitates Ruth slamming out one
home run at least 'every other day
and three on one day to surpass his
record of last year.
Deliberately Violated Rule
The Babe was banished last fall by
Comnmissioner Landis together with
Bob Meusel, another Yank, for p lay-
We do Typewriting and Mimeo-
graphing. 0 . D. Morrill, 17 ickels Ar-
I Watch for the Plink Sheet!
Last Times Today
"Smiles Are TrumIlps"
"Schoolf Day Love"
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ing an exhib~ition game with the
falo Internlational league team
the World Series had ended, in
tion of 'the rule that prohibits A
Series players from indulging in
exhibitions. Not only did Rutli
~Meusel violate the rule b~ut the
it after Commissioner Landis had
zonally talked with Rtuth and to](
what would happen in case the
was violted. After that corn
tion Rtuth expres sed his deters
tion to flouet the commissioner,
Landis, me et~ing the most sev~er(
of his baseball career~, fore-shad
what his decision would be by
-"It will be a personal issue het
Ruth and me to deteimine whicl?
i5s bigger in baseball." With tl
days' suspension over it looks to
ball' fandom as if Landis is- cori
ed that L1 ndis is the bigger and
~Ruth also is so convinced.
Rutli Sorry After-wards
~As' soon as he had flouted L
Ruth' was sorry,. but he "had gon
done it." Full of remorse and
bodings, Ruth went back to
York, swore repentance and to(
rest. Soon the Landis decision
along and' Babe became quiet-
until C2olonel Itustan, part own
the Yankees, fouind, him at Hot Si:
and got the Babe to sign a five
contract calling' for b~etween $'
and $100,000 a year flat, 'salary.
went to the training camp wit:
club and played in the exhi
games enroute home and at hom,
when the club opened in Washi
Ruth sat in the grandstanid.
GHME STUDIEN TS
Betw~neen 45 and 50 positions
available 'or U~niversity of Mic
chemical engineering undergrad
in large industrial plants this
nier. Many large concerns, in w
to Prof. William P~. Wood, of
c h m c l e g n e i g d prha v e s ig niifi e d th e ir w illin g n e s s tfr m 1 o 2 t o 5 m e f r t h a
Most of the factories are inT
gan, and included in the numbe
the Oakland Motor Car compan,
Michigan Smelting and defining
pany, the Michigan Portland C
company, the Postumn Cereal coin
and may others.
Pr~ofessor Wood urges junors
cially to procure 'positions, foi
says that it is the 'desire of tjh
partmenit that all chemical engJ
have at least one year's practie,
perience before receiving their
greea.- Applications should be
to Professor WeOod in the Cher
i l i
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- w~a e
The ba.seball leagues wvill
follows: In the Interfraterr
Pi' Chi will play Sigma P:
at 1: 0 o'clock Monday. In
league the junior bits will
laws at 4 o'clock Monday.
dependent-league Deng will
men at 4 o'cloc~k Monday.J
ulty league rhetoric 'will p;
tion, and e onoimics will -p1z
rein Deuw; Cintral'tcndrirt
-tiy ,D aily
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