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Ichances for success this year lie large- tion. Practice for the battery men will Cincinnati. Saturday, April 22, the
11POSITIONS U NT l y in Captain Vick, the best catcher start immediately after examinations first game of the Conference will be
in the Conference, Shultz, Liverance, and 10 days later the entire squad will played when Michigan meets Illinois,
Nand Dixon for moudmen, Schakel- report. Conference champion, on Ferry field.
IIAG ford, first baseman, Uteritz on second, There will be seven games played This will be the first real test of the
- - and Klein in the outfield. Besides on the southern training trip, the strength of the two institutions and
these regulars there are Johnson, who opening game of the season being with the outcome may ruin the chances of
Vith four berths left vacant on this subbed at first last season, Ronan the University of Kentucky on April 8, one or the other for Conference hon-
fr's baseball team by the graduation in the outfield, and Roby, who plays a On Monday and Tuesday, April 10 and ors. A week later Michigan plays Wis-
Van Boven, Karpus, Perrin, and versatile position in either the out- 11, Michigan crosses bats with the consin at Madison. Wisconsin will
nebach, a great fight will commence field or behind the plate. Dean, form- University of Georgia. April 12 and 13 have one of the best baseball teams in
;h the opening call for candidates erly-of Albion, where he has played the Wolverines play Mercer at Ma- the Conference this season and the re-
see who shall fill the vacant posi- two years, will also be a serious con- con, Georgia., Friday and Saturday, suit of this contest will be looked for-
ns. Coach Fisher faces a serious tender for the team. In addition to Vanderbilt university furnishes the ward to with great interest.
blem this season in selecting a these former Varsity players the mem- apposition at Nashville, and Monday,
artet possessing the ability of the bers of last year's freshman squad April 17, on the return trip, they will You'll find many bargains when you
r who have been graduated. The are looked forwara tu wirn anticipa- i face the University of Cincinnati, at read Michigan Daily Ads.-Adv.
This sensational clearance of men
suits, overcoats and furnishings is
Informal Varsity hockey prac-
tice will be held daily this week
at 6 o'clock. It is expected that
the hockey rink will be complet- I
ed during the week, so that prac- I
tice will be held from 7 until 9
o'clock in the future.j
The center of population in the Unit-
ed States is at Bloomington, Indiana.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.--Adv.
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SUNDAY DINNER I
PLAN TRIP SOUTH
Conference Cinder Path Champs Card
Three Dual Meets in
RICE INSTITUTE HERALDED
AS GREATEST IN SECTION
(By Associated Press)
Urbana, Ill., Jan. 7.-The Univer-
sity of Illinois track team's southern
jaunt, arranged for the Easter vaca-
tion next spring, will give Coach Gill's
runners a chance to meet new oppon-
ents and travel territory where the Il-
lini have never contestel before. The
southern trip will also'compensate
for the loss of an eastern trip to the
Penn relays, for Coach Gill has de-
cided that next season he will send
his men to the Drake meet, which
comes .on the same date, April 29.
Two meets have already been sched-
uled, one with Rice Institute of Hous-
ton, Texas, Saturday, April 15, and a
second with Texas university at Aus-
tin, Wednesday, April 19. The Illini
will probably book three meets in all,
the last one being with Baylor uni-
versity at Waco, University of Dallas
at. Dallas, Southern Methodist univer-
sity at Dallas, or the University of
Arkansas at Fayetteville, Ark.
Coach P. H. Arbuckle, director of
athletics at Rice institute, Is especially
anxious to have the Illini aggregation
meet his team, which is considered the
strongest in the south at the present
time. The meet would be one of the
big intersectional features of the
year, since the Illini team won the
national intercollegiate meet last year
besides copping more honors than any
other team at Penn, Drake and the I-
lini relays and winning the outdoor
and indoor conference. Rice still has
the century king in Lindsey, who is
credited with a 9 3-5 second hundred.
L. T. Belmont, athletic director and
coach at Teas university, has asked
for the second meet, to beheld in the
middle of the week, probably, Wed-
nesday, April 19. His team is the
second strongest aggregation in Tex-
as and one of the best in the south.
Coach Gill has not heard definitely
from the remaining colleges.
If the Illini team runs up as big
scores as it did last year with its well-
balanced team, it should have little
difficulty in taking honors from the
southern teams. Coaches expect the
trip to furnish a good start in the 11-
lini outdoor schedule, for it will get
the track men out practicing hard
earlier than usual.
1922 LITERARY CLASS
Members of the senior liter-
ary class who have not yet paid
j thelr dues please mail check
for $2 to the treasurer at 2107
Washtenaw at once. Enclose self-
addresses and stamped envelope
f for receipt. The list of paid and
unpaid seniors will be posted
next week in the Registrar's of-
Ifice. All dues received before
next Wednesday will be on this
C. MAURICE ATKINSON,
You'll find many bargains when you
read Michigan Daily Ads.-Adv.
This great January clearance sale, the
most sensational we've ever held, has,
gone through our entire stocks, cutting
and slashing prices until they're at
rock bottom. Suits, overcoats, furnish-
ings, -- everything is included.
Stocks are enormous for this time of
year, thousands of dollars in excess of
what they should be. We're taking the
quickest, the most radical method of
getting them down where they belong.
There's not a regard for price or profit.
See the drastic price reductions on
the finest suits and overcoats made
Hart Schaffner & rMarx and other leading makes
Cream of Asparagus
Wafers Olives Celery
Roast Sirloin Beef, Brown Gravy
Roast Young Turkey
Creamed Lima Beans
MARKED $25 ...... .
$30 TO $35 ..........
$40 TO $45 SUIT
VALUES ...... . .. ....
$47.50, $50 AND
$55 SUITS .........
$60 SUITS ...........
WORTH $30 TO $35..
$37.50 TO $40 OVER-
WERfE $40 TO $45... .
Apple Pie Logan Berry Pie
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
12 to 2 P. M.
$47.50, $50 AND
$60, $70 AND
815 S.State St.
permitting you to buy at greatest savings
Suits Pressed 35cts
Neckwear of all styles, colors and de-
scriptions - the smartest develop-
ments favored by. men and young
men. Values from 50c to $3 are go-
ing in this greatest 2 5 %
Hats and Caps, fine $1.50 to $8.50 values,
all marked for this 25 %
sale at ............... LESS
Shirts - the most remarkable
any man would want to see;
larly $1.50 to. . .)
Winter Underwear - such fine
as Stephenson, Vassar and
regularly $2 to
.2 ......... 0
Sheepskin lined coats; Gordon make;
Australian opossum and sealine col-
lars. Tailored throughout; very
smart. Regular $25
Leather coats of Gordon make; sheep-
skin lined. The warmest coats made
and very goodlookingQ 2
Fine, weighty gabardine coats with gen-
uine leather lining. Gordon make;
full belt; huge Australian opossum
$50 value ........... $25
Raincoats, regularly $8 to $98 at 20%
Less. Some that were $15 to $28
marked 'way down.. PO
for this sale to....... a 6.5
Hurry to this money-saving, value-giving clearance!
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