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THE MCHIGA DAIL

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TRIO 0O0WOLVERINE TEAMS GO INTO ACTION I

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Ma t her's Co urt Men Meet IowdA
Tonight In Final Clash Of Season
ON JLI0lL A (Continued from Pa ge One) exception of Ely at center lacks the SE IFO
A great battle at center is prom- fast offense that characterized its
Gerat Things Expecied of Maize and ised for tonight when Burgtt and work in the early part of the year Ypsi May Enter T
Blue Runners In Annual Ely clash. Both men stand head and and forced to play against such men! Dual Enco
as Hicks and Funk it appears ex-
Classic shoulders above the rest of the pivot tremely doubtful if the Varsity will ang
IRUTINNiARD S 1H(IUa1 PRt) VE STAR men against whom they have played be able to come through tonight. PEASYVICTORYS
IN BROAD JUMP AND HURDLES and the fight tonight should be aN EONO
hard one. Burgitt was in the main, Believe Garment Prices Will Rise N SEC
Interest in the- Big 'Ten athletic= responsible for the Wolverine defeat Clothing merchants here are of the Michian swimme
classic circles will be centered largely by iowa in January and should give g-e
on the Illinois relay carnival which the Varsity considerable trouble to- general opino th his spring's oo- last dual tank eve
wille held, this afternoon at Urbana night. .sJ .]en garments will be advanced about fore the Big Ten
where there will he hore than 500 May Use lrk 10 per cent over the prices last year hook up with ther
cinder athletes who, will represent 48 Coach Mather has not yet decided at this time. The reason given is that tural college this
institutions from the west, mid-west, whether or not he will start Birks 15 per cent tax placed on imported pool of the Michi
and south. Coach Farrell will hae 20 at forward. The 'Valverine veteran goods last fall is being felt by the college at Ypsilant
wearers of thlWMaize and Blue compet- is not in condition to play a full game public. bility of some hal
ing who form the nucleus, he claims, because of, his recent illness and plresentatives among
of the bestrpunded track team that while he may get into the encounter {make the afternoon
he has ever htad in his years of coach- for a.few moments it is probable that . sided affair.
ing at Michiga% the Maize and Blue inentor will keep DAILY TO AGAIN ISSUE . There is little do
Competition..will be between the top- him out of the. tilt until the seconj I DIRECTORY SUPPLEMENT able outcome of t
notchers of the 1923 track season who period. If so RIice will open the game {verines having alr
will be brought together in the official in his place. At the other forward Following a custom instituted heavy 48 to 20 vict
opening of the western track season position will be Kipke. Haggerty, the some time ago, The Daily will 1 mer swimmiers in t
to attempt to defend their titles and regular Michigan ,offense man ha publish a directory supplement counter of the sea
also to establish new records. The been out of the .game foi sometime to correct changes made at the peted that any Y
entry list shows a 'great field of ham-wit an attack of the $u and the train- beginning of the second semes- part will not detra
pions and speed specialists in every ers say that he is inno condition for
event and if the contestants run true basketball. competition.. While he got ter. The supplement will list Tand Blue total.
to ormsom ofth prsen reord Iinto the Illinois game last Monday all changes in address and willE The usual Michig
to form some of the present records inoteIlni au atMn a lso contain the names of those Jthe visitors. Smit
will fall. It is probable that the world for a few moments his playing was wo cn to the Unversity in isdo the 40 and 100
mark in the 75 yard dash made by considerably off-color owing . to his ebrwho care h i tdandP100
Scholz, of Missouri, in 1920 and sev- illness and it is highly improbable I February; bard ad te6
eral other championship marks will that he will play tonight. Inodrthttelit a e lze and H ardth:
not be equalled, but eventsasuch as Veterans t Play Last Game , comiled as soon as possilet arestitroke P p
the hurdles, broad jump and some of Captain Ely. will be at his regular hprinted within a short time, breat stroke,
the relay marks will see the coun- position at the center job and Paper those who wish to be listed are the fancy diving,
try's best and so the records may and Cappon will handle the guards. (requested to1ill out the coupon Hplunge, wimmthg
not stay. % All three men will be playing their below and mail to the office of iHubbard swimlin
Many Events Listed last game for the Wolverines and may The Daily First places in b
The card of events will include the be counted upon to keep up their Address, Directory Editor, e o
all-around championship, 75 yard dash, stellar work. Michigan with the care of Michigan Daily, Press When the two teay
75 yard high and low hurdles, 880 yard building. M. A. C. garnered a
yard___________________________' fancy diving, butb
run, pole vault, shot put, running high Mildner have show
and broad jumps,, 1,000 yard special, SENIOR LIT DUES MUST BE Name provement and sh
1,500 meter 'run, 300 yard flyer and PAID ' ' 'tory for Kiefabera
eight relays. manage. Unless t
Coach Farrell's greatest strength AClass.. has shown a con
will be in the hurdles, shot put, broad All mebs ho the nio it there is every rea
jump and the four mile relay team. rry class who have not yet Address......................ithe Wolverines w
Dehart Hubbard, who defeated Bour- Ipai their dues, amounting to, heavy victor.
din of Harvard, in the National A. A. f I$3.50 for the entire year, should heayIicor
U. meet Hatr ar st fall wn he do so immediately. Make checksI1 Phone... . ................ . ... Coach Brown ha
U. meet at Newark last fal when he jybet uto .Dno sideiable attention
leaped 24 feet 6 1-2 inches, will prob- payable to Burton E. Dunlop, Home town ....................( team for the Conf
ably break the record in this event class treasurer, 1617 Washten-takes place at Ch
w hieh is now held by E arl G if ln , j' aw avenueO d d re( ..tak..es .. ..pl .-andea.tM higa
Notre Dame star, who jumped 22 feet --------
8 1-4 inches in 1918.k
Hubbard to Star
Hubbard is also entered in the 75
yard low and high hurdles in which
he is an unusually strong man and ift
er- both of these events.. His perform- Phenom ena
ance in the 50 yard high and low
hurdles when he broke one record and
tied another at Chicago showed con-.
elusively that 'he is a dangerous man
in maneuvering the sticks. However,
the hurdles will be featured with thej F
appearance of other wonders such as
Earl Frazier, the southern barrier king
of Baylor university, Waco,. Texas
Gus Desch, holder of the world's ree
ord in the 440 yard low hurdles fron
Notre Dame; Pitch Johnson of Illinois; Step right in and see
Brickman of Chicago; Brooki . d Sep;h i n e
Iowa ;Emerson Norton of Kansas;
and many others.
In the shot put Van Orden stands F
out as the best man 'in the C nfer- First PubicAppe
ence at the present time. Ideed,
there is only one man who can come*
_______= K i-tX0B E B
within throwing distance of him, Vani-1
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victory, will do its best to wrest cov-
eted places from the stronger aggre- J
T K greatst hopeso placing lie in the
backstroke and fancy diving. With squ
Hubbard averaging a mile and a half ver
of back'stroke work each day and the the
Wolverines diving trio, Papenguth, ary
eam to Make Last Mildner, and Vaupre, hard at it, there
inter Tri- is good reason to believe that one or
ilar more of these may crash through to
_ .=a surprise for the Conference, which
Eis not considering Michigan as a
EAS SURE I strong possibility as yet. Captain
FSmith, too, has been coming along
I finely in the 100 yard free style, and
srs take part in the is expected to miae the best time of
nt of the year be-ihis career against the Aggies this
meet when they afternoon. If he can pull his mark
Michigan Agricul- down under the one minute limit he
afternoon in the should stand a good chanceofnplac-
aftrnoiiin heing in the Big Ten meet. Mielziner
gan .State Normal and Hanson in the breast stroke are
A with the proba- two more men who are looking goo
f dozen Ypsi rep-Iand who may be able to put one over
the splashers tci on the known swimmers of the Con-
's program a three eo ne
ference.
abt as to the prob- j
e meet, the Wol- Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
eady rolled up a
.ory over, the Far-;
heir first dual en- W OW:alac11 d w 2U4d 3aU
son, and it is ex- N
psi men who tke 1N&9'
ct from the Maize a*. 4
an lineup will fac,
h and Searle wil *
yard events, Hub-
th the 220, Hyde I
D yard back stroke, I11 ieeing physically and P
son the 60 yard ®mentally fit requires mod- 0
nguth and Mildner 41
and Kearns the . t erate regular recreation. A
Searle, Hyde, and g game of Billiards daily i
the relay. p will do It for Michigan o
nearly every eyent p men. Come in and we will
y the Wolverines. i prove it to you.
ms met on Jan. 26
a first place in the'
oth Papenguth andIg
n considerable im- -
ould make a vic-v,
a difficult thing tc j
he Aggie strength _ _
siderable increase __
son to believe that
ill be returned a -
s been paying con- PIPES U NisAEnS CNDIS
to preparing th4' -to qo a
erence meet, which
icago on March 15 U S V U U
,with no hope ofj
I Attraction
iStud An't
eville
arance in Cpera of
ERS OF FAC ULTY
Jniversity Club
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)RUS from "Larry and Leander"
. from "MIMI" -
1 MINSTREL SHOW
RANK ROBBINS

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ATTRACTIONS

ohn
lter
ad,
sity

Landowski, '23, 111
S. Landowski, '23, star pole
of 'last year's Varsity track
who has reentered the Uni-
this semester, is confined tol

Hold Informal Reception
Members of the First Presbyterian
church held an informal reception at
eight o'clock last night at the church.
Rev. George R. Baker, of New York
and Miss Frances P. Greenough, ad-
dressed the gathering.

University Health service infirm-
with a severe cold.

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Ann A~rboar

1. WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 16
MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAM
l3eniamino Gigli, Tenor, soloist.
Thie Chicago. Symphony Orchestra
The University Chora I Tnion
Frederick Stock and Earl V. Mloore, Conductors
2. THURSDAY EVENING, May 17
HOLST EVENING
Ilfabelle Addison, Contralto, and
lErna RIubenstein, Violinist; Soloists.
The Chicago Symuphony Orchestra ,.-
The University Choral Union
Gustav Holst, Frederick Stoe , and Earl V. Moore, Con-
ductors.

3. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, May 18
CHILDREN'S CONCERT
Suzanne Keener, Soprano, and
Arthur Kraft, Tenor, soloists.
Ch1orucs of School Children
G'eorge Oscar B3oweit, Conductor
4. FRIDAY EVENING, May 18
ARTIST PROGRAM
Florence MacBeth, Soprano, and
Guiseppe Danise, Baritone.. .
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Frederick Stock, Conductor
5. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, May 19

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SYMPHONY PROGRAM
Ernest Schelting, Pianist
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
the University Choral Union
Frederick Stock, Conductor

6. SATURDAY EVENING, May 19

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Jeane Gordan, Contralto
Cariles Marshall, Tenor
Clarence Whitehill, Baritone
henri Scott, Bass-Baritone
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
t'hie Umtiversitv Choral Union
Frederick Stock, Conductor

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