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R1TR B E odBrmnhmfl the undeirxale Wk erl'c'ni h ere satisfied. with taking frt aR
PAV DW® FOR MAT Y'aETR Isk of relacing' Larry witih a yunweysjWsoni.So secnd places and not trying for
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jThere have been other similar cases.
IAnd as long as this sentiment re-
imains in the' big body of fans the i
Smagnates can't go too far and remain#
jIn biz,
Intamra Iems
Schedules for the Church, Society,
and Independent basketball leagued
are as follows: Teams in the Cliurch
basketball league tonight' in Water-
main gymnasium: at 6 o'clock, court'
, Presbyterians vs. Method lsts; court,
2, Episcopalians vs. Catholics. In the
Society, basketball league the sched-
"ule' is as" follows: at 6 o'clock, court
3, Detroit JunIOr' College v tr. e Archi- t t rl oit; cu t 4
vs. Scalp & Blade.:
At 7 o'clock in the independent i
league court ag gregations are sched-1
uled to perform as follows: court 1,
Adams team vs. Livings ton team;
court 2, Harkey team vs. Galebtin
team ; court 3, Raymon team vs.
Stochowiat team.

Two of Michigan's stronest rivals
in, the coming meet at the Illinois l
carnival will be Wisconsin and Iowa.I
The results of these teams after 'their
dual meet at Iowa City recently show-
ed that the relative -strength of these
schools is quite high and that the
men. that the Wolverines will have
to face are of 'a high calibre.
Breakng the armory record' in the
mile, 440 yard dash 'and the mile re-
lay and upsetting the dope in' a num-
ber of other events the Hawkeye team
defeated the Badgers by a scoreo
52 to 35. Brookins of Iowa broke the
record in the 440'yard event, and won
individual honor. with eight, points;
his " was One of 'the seve n Tirsts' won
by, Iowa to, the three that, Wisconsin
gathered. Noll, broke, the record in
the mile that was formerly held by
i weitzer, of Minnesota, turning. in a
time of 4:34 9-10.
o wa WVins Two Places in Dash
.I owa wvon first and second in the
50 yard dash Coulter taking first
place. and Brookins second. The time
fo~r this distance was .05 1-2. These
men are fast and should cause Witt-
man considerable trouble- at Urbana.
Crawtord, Iowa's stay~rhurdler, took
first place in thme 60 yardi high hurt\
ies with Shope of Iowa and Tuhtar
of Wisconsin coming in 'second- and
third respectivelY. Hubbard will have
to sine 'Crawford up carefully for this

man is one of the best hurdlers in3
the Conference and will give Hub-1
b~ardl a hot race.
In- the half mile Morrow of IowaI
took first turning a fair time& of 2:03!'
5-10. He was followed by Vallely of .
Wisconsin and Read of Iowa. Phelps
of Iowa took first honors in the two
mile' event and it is interesting to
note that this is Phelps' first year
at competition in the Conference.
Iowa has a fine relay team in Coul-
ter, Noll, Brookins and Wilson who
set a new record for the armory at
Iowa City with a time of 3:34. This
team will be one, of the strongest that
the Wolverines will have to meet at
IUrbana.
Badgers Strong ht, Field
Wisconsin proved to be the strong,
est in the field events where she has
two* good high ju~mpers and several'

linson of Wisconsin tied for first an4l
! scond place at 11 feet. in the shio-
guft Ellis of Wisconsin put the sho',
40 feet 2 1-4 inches; Later Ellis tried
for a record but failed by seven inches
after three trials.
Among the others that will enter
this meet are Kansas, Missouri, Penn-
Sylvania, Ames, Nebraska, Washing-
ton university, Drake university, and
N'otre Dame. From all of these school,)
there will be at least one or two that
will-' be of first class calibre and for
this reason it is impossible to say
just where th~e Wolverine atliloes
will place when the final returns come
in.
Be sure that every day in every
way you use the "Daily Classified
Column". It will make you better
and better.-Adv.

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Schedule for the fraternity wrestl-i-
ing tournament tonight ir, as follows,;
at 7 o'clock, AMacia 'vs. P~.i Chi; atf
7:30 o'clock, Betas vs. Phi Sigma I
Kappa"; at 8 o'clock, Kappa Nu vs, c
Nu Sigma Nu; at 8:30 o'clock, conso-I
lation match, Dlelta Sigma Phi vs. PhI
Beta Delta.
The finals in -the fraternity bowlingj
tournament will ptartt at 7 o'clocl to-
night on the Union alleyfi. The fofl-
lowing teams Are scheduled to roll:[
Kappa Beta Psi, Kappa Sigmna, Sigma
Chi, and Sigma Phi. Any team failixiX
to roll on the night stipulated will b19
automatically dropped from the tour-
nament and will not be, given another
chance to compete at a- later date.
Dent Classes Hol Sioker
Freshman and. sophomore dental
fstudents held' a smoker at 7: 30 last
evening at the Union. An address
was given by Dr. W S. Woodruff, of .
the Medical school.
Did you leave your glasses at the
Arcade Barber Shop;? Someone did.
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The 'three stars which eost Grant his
By Norman E. Brown
'That the fans hd the.'big stick in1
baseball and realize it. is shown oncez
more,'by the most 'recent baseball sen=
cation. The r'ecent sale of the BostonI
Braves by George- Washington Grant,
to Christy Mathewson- et al, is, referred
to.c
In these days of high finance, big'r
enterprises and modern publicity-get-
ting methods of conducting business<
it has seemed at times! as though theE
big league mogul-s and captains, of
other enterprises, could get away, with
murder. But the Braves'. sale proves
that isn't the case.
Is First Faux Pas-
Grant might still ;be holding the Bos-
ton club -and be' prepared' to :-realize-
considerable on it but. for three Mis-
steps. These" were the selling .of Art
Neht, Hugh: McQuillan and Rabbitt
M~aranville. -These deals cost himt the-
club, those on the inside agree.,
Grant brought the; Braves' Jans. 30,
1919. Things went alonag'fine until
midseason, that- year. -On-Aug., 2 Art.s
Nehf pitched a two-hit game; against
the Pirates and, the fans were, still
talking about it- when, nine" days later,
Grant sold Nehf to' New York for the.
stated price of $515,000.
The faes. might have forgotten this
in time but along in the, 1921 seasonI
Grant' parted with Rabbit 'Maranville,
than whom no sweeter. shortstop. ever
played in Boston town.. Allowed him
to go to Pittsburg for Billy South-
worth, Nicholson, Walter Barbare and1
some dough.
Grant's goose would, have been
cooked then: but for the fact that the
team was going good. When the lean,
days of 1922 came, however, 'tho fans '
recalled these deals. Then, in raid-.

club. Left to right, 'A rl- Nei , Rab bitt MaranvIlIje,

and Hugh McQu illan

season last year, McGraw. needed t Lajole's Typical Oise
pitchers badly. Phil Douglas had j We recall clarly the case of Napol-
written , a letter. Grant permitted Mc eon Lajoie. When the great second
Quillan to go to the Giants. That was sacker began to slow' up the Cleveland
more than enough for the fans. j club faced the task of finding a man
The fans stayed away religiously.,r ;. to replace him. And it was apparent
This case and some similar ones1 that the da-y was approaching when
call attention to the fact that of the ; Larry would be benched.
multitude of ball players that come. "But the man who benches Larryf
and go year after year there are a w.yill go too," remarked the knowing
certain few who play their way deep
enough into the hearts of fans to win .
a close allegiance.M faIfto 6mli

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goad pole- vaulters. Platten and Do8n- IPtrontize' Daily' Advertisers.- Adv.
ahue tied for first place in the ~igh' '.0.
JUMP at six feet. It is possible that Try a d Clasified Ad-it pays.--Adv.
New Victors Records For March 1922
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11)005 Price, Te e
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i Bees Knees-Fox Trot DAC.ECRS. The Virginians
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Jesus Lives :- 'Trinity Quti t
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Reminiscences of Ireland-Phrt I- Arthur Pyor's Band
Reminiscences of Ireland-Part 11 Arthur Pryor's Band
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