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ICHIGAN TRACK MEN COMPETE BASEAiLCANDIDATES
I N FARMER ELY MEET TODAY CONTINUESAY WORK

THEY'RE OFF--- WHAT OF THE FUTURE?

RlESTING TOILUNAMENT
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Coach Farrell Sends 3Iosly Second strong in the sprints, quarter mile,
Sti~:1Lg' Men to Participate in high hurdles, pole vault, mile and two
1rnill. mile. She will be weak in the high
jump, shot put, and half mile.
VARSITY SQUAD PIREPARES IIowa Also Strong
FOR BI TEN INfOOR M3EET Iowa will have strong men entered
in the quarter mile, high hurdles, and
While the Varsity reserves strength- sprints. Wisconsin will have strong
cued by- several regular men compete men ini half mile, sprints, and high'
this afternoon in the M. A. C. relay jump. Chicago will have strong men
carnival the majority of Coach Far- in the mile, high hurdles, and quarterI
rell's trackmen will continue their mile.
work in preparation for the all im- Coach Farrell looks for sure firsts in
portant indoor Conference meet that the shot put, half mile, and two mile
is scheduled for a week from today at run. In the high hurdles, sprints, high
Evanston.J jump, and pole vault, there is a good
As Coach Farrell is only sending a chanco of taking first or second place.
second class team to East Lansing it The Weclverines will be greatly hand-
is difficult to tell how the final out- icapped because there will be no broad
come will be; there are also several sjump or low hurdles, for in these
events in which there will not be any events, Hubbard would have an ex-
ntries and of course this will tell in {cellent chance of gaining two firsts or
the final count. There will be little in one first and one second places. lub-
terest taken in the outcome of this bard will' be used in the high hurdles
hnet as all attention will be place-d on and sprints. ms
the Wolverine chances in the indoor In the pole vault, high jump and
Conference. shot put the Wolverines will have an
His Wetll Rounded Squad excellent chance of garnering two
As Coach Farrell'states that his team places and if they do this it will no
thsyear is the best rounded one that ; doubt win the meet for them. Hindes
he has ever had and as the perform- will have to become more consistent in
ances of the men so far this year in the shot put and Prosser will have
competition anid in practice mark them to' cease tickling the bar in the pole
as unusually fine calibre it cannot be vault before these men can be bank-
doubted that'the Wolverine track team ed on for sure point gainers. In oth-
is among the first three of the teams er events it is altogether likely that
in the Conference and probably the Coach Farrell's men will gather sev-
best although this 'will have to be eral valuable points.
proved when Michigan meets her riv- Pole Vault to be Close
als. of the Big Ten next Saturday. The pole vault will be one of the
It is a well known fact that it is most important or the most important
the rare exception that a team win:: single event in the meet as Illinois has
any Conference meet that is not well two excellent vaulters in Collins and
rounded and it is this fact that is Brownell. If Brooker and Prosser
perhaps the most encouraging one, should prevent these men from plac-
for the Wolverines have a first class ing first or second it would be of
man in almost every event that will double value as they would reduce 11,
be run off when the 'Big Ten teams linois' score by several valuable points
clash for honors. . and would increase Michigan's score
Illini Give Opposition by a considerable number. It will be
There is but one team that Coach greatly to the advantage of the Wol-
Farrell need have any great fear will verines for every Illinois man that is
snatch the honors from him and that prevented from placing either by a
is Illinois. The Sucker team showed its Wolverine man or any other.
metal in the relay carnival held at Captain Burke, VanOrden, Bowen,
Urbana in which she placed second Hindes and Wittman accompanied the
by an unofficial count with three first reserves to East Lansing, partly to
places. Iowa, Wisconsin, and Chicago strengthen the delegation and to sea-
have several individual stars but they son them in their events.
are not to be greatly feared as their The following reserve men will also
teams are not well rounded. Iowa compete this afternoon: Arndt, Coch-
showed strength in the one mile re- ran and Roesser in the two mile re-
lay and the 300 yard run. Wilson is lay, Kelly in the pole vault, and Hufer
the best quarter miler in the Confer- in the high jump. Higgins was enter-
ence and will be a sure point gainer in the hurdles but was forced to
for his team. withdraw because of injuries.
lIllinois showed great strength in the
four mile relay, 75 yard dash, and the Announce Orchestras For Frolic
75 yard high hurdles, but it is not here Irwin's Pep band of Altoona, Pa.,
alone that she can boast of goodamen, and Kennedy's Kollegians, with Phil
for she took third place in the one Diamond, pianist, will play at the
mile relay, fourth in the 300 yard race, Freshman Frolic to be held May 4 at
tie for second and third, with a tie for the Union. The event is to be for-
fourth place in the pole vault, tie for mal. Dancing will last from 9 to 1
fourth in the broad jump, and had a o'clock." Ticket applications will be
man place fourth in the all-around given out soon.
championship in the recent carnival
in his gymnasium. Lose something? A classified In
It is possible that when all the the Daily will fnd it.-Adv.
schools that are not in the Conference
are out of the running Illinois will
be able to make some of her men that ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
took third and fourth places in the I Schedule in Effect October xe, z922
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instruction n the fundamentals and.
fine-points of the game. Pep games
are also on the card and are popular
with Fisher at this stage of the train-;
sng season. ,..e..
Anxiow, For Real Diamionid
Fisher is particularly anxious t()
takeisg athletes out doors, but as the rJkyistte
baseball mentor is an optimist h
states that-he nwould rather have the
cold weather now, than after the ath-(a
letes have taken to the turf . The con- T
dritions in Waterman gymnasium are
so far x distant from those outdoorstemnwo, ethtuge^ s o Tyar "yhu n.Tyar
that Fisher is having little dificult h! t_:::__aehmn>y:ga:p es- hu j
sizing up his men.
Haggerty,infielder on last year' .gp. t
handling the ballas thoughe bad Outfielder Jimimty O'Conell, stu, and Third Basensa 1rilliKann
been practicing for several weeks. Pa-i
e , eres aetiet nyel dse ar d y Ki pke n out-j(By NOrma E .Brown) r "$10 ,000beauties," the greatest prizes
fiedr wofrlst year's Cvaersiine re sThe sledding is tough for any rook- f the year, should.
e pr a f ie on a big league baseball team. But Which is a tough assignment.
Fisher expressed his belief today the men who have the toughest rows to They are oly human. They are
that he will be able to place a strong hoe with a bat or glove are the men enly young ball players-without maj-
infield combination into the fray of who comup wy vte appeat or league experience. That they
the coming season. Knode, Uterikthat ho e p ith w hs p Irt $ 0 should have been unusually illiant1
and Paper at first, short, and third beauty" attached to their names. in the minors should cause fans to
base respectively have already proven', As the big leagues get under full take more interest in them perhaps.
their worth in Conference circles, steam in their soutern training! But why they should be expected t6
Fisher will probably draft a man for I be perfect ball players is a puzzle.
poss itiron f he camps a small regiment of these beau- Rube Marquard, the original $11,000
theunfille ifid a ndties unlimber. Heading this array f 0I beauty, will tell you the road is hard.
following men: Giles, Keefer, Dillman, I oungste prs r thefact SMy e en and khl the famous
Haggerty, Deveau, or Wietzel. These prize y ou hsters, byevwrtue o sey'actMartzO'soolesthanthey, amousg
men appear to be handy with the stick thaemo mrCewl, paide$orut ftelm$22000 beauty battery that went up
and show streaks of real fielding abil-are 'Conmy OConney (leon atCheik from te American aociat some
ity t ties.I er, and Willie Kamm, star third base- years back, will tell you it's a ttough
Several Sore Arms man of the an Francisco club of theI row. Every place a "beauty" goes Ie
iPacific Coast league. i o eebl lyr ei
Seea.fth onse have trebohoftes a iav ds ota mere all plonayer.t1- i
ported o e rmsenceihayr- IO'Ccnnell is getting in shape for his!"$i100,000 beauty, " and so fhe's supposed
pored orearm. Iiveand is hstill debut a~s a Giant and Kamm is with taleI to be super-human in all resapects.
injuries tha h a acei astrest tof theWhite Sox players prepar-- Sone even expect him to look different
nursingij et " cfor his g sremere with Comiskey's 'in citizen's clothes than the average
summer. Mudd, Neumon, GibsonO- team. McGraw paidl $100,000 forj mortal does. And when lhe's on thle
Hara, Farley, Weed and Benson are O'Connell. Comiskey yrote a checsk ball field, a muff or boot that would
(Continued on Page Eight) f'or the same amiount for Kamm. Which sbe excusable if made by anyd fy else,
means that both of these lads have' draws razzing and booing <aplen:ty.
got to deliver, not merely as new-conu- So the cards are against McI:sr .
If *MI tn a 'XQ ua 1 ers, in tile big show should, but as O'Connell and Kammn.

COACH FISIER DEVIDES SQUAI?
IN TWO SECTYONS FOR
-.INI)OOR PRAtTl'E
With an abundance of pep and
willingness to 'work that was partic-
ularly gratifying to the coach, the dia-
mond candidates vent through a snap-
py practice session yesterday after-
noon in Waterman gymnasium.
Coach Fisher divided the squad into
two sections for the purpose of utiliz-
ing the batting practice to the best ad-
vantage. The veteran players weres
given a larger slice of stick work,
while the new men were given more

ENTRY LIST FOR ALL-(AiPUS
EVENT N0'W POSTEI) IN
MT R04)3.
Manager Clifford, director of Intra-
mural wrestling, has announced that
plans have been made and all i in
readinesa for the All-campus wrest!-
g tournament which will start March
19, in the wrestling room in W ater-
man gymnasium. The entry list has
been posted in the wrstling room.
.ICoach Botcher, instructor in wrestl-
Y;g, has been conditioning many of
the men who will enter the tourna-
nieit and expects to see some new
ha mpions in the different weights af-
ter the finals in each division are held.
Theentrie awll be divided into sev-
ekn classes as follows: 115, 125, 135
145, 15, 175 oundsand heavy-
v a wight. Inthe arlyrounds a mlan
snte ss (i iihanyof the first six classes
tnay 'be two ( or three pounds over-
~wig,,ht, but when the seml-finals coole
ys ' / 1he7mustl;be (down within his class or
'ofit hli righti to continue. -Once at
~ man is eliminated by an opponent he.
will be dropped, as no consolation sr
se-is will be held this year due to the
shortness of the time before spring va-
Y cation.
Matches will be held from 7 to 9
o'clock each iigh < r,; the week
In asiking ovwe the f1+iTr Iand on Saturday afternoons. The men
scheduled to perfori will be notified
by telephone and through the columns
More power to 'hcim if they c5om of The Daily. Failure to appear at
out hl ad~ uu- scheduled time for a match, whether
-- the cauzic be sickness or some other
Prof. Wahr Recoverig from Illness unexpected accident will not be tol-
Prof. Fred B. Wahr, assistant to the erated and the man affected will be
Dean of Students, has been unable to dropped from the tournament. This
meet his classes for the past few days is being done in order to speed up the
on account of illness. He expects to iinals.
resume his duties Monday.

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When you have a want, always let the article, never mind, a "Daily Clas-
"Daily Classified Ad" satisfy it.-- sified Ad" will find it for you.-Adv.

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HILL AUDITORIUM-ANN ARBOR
F05a DAYS May 16, 1 18, 19-SIX CONCERTS

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Eighteen tables on the ,
ground floor for this most
are missing part of the
pleasuire of college life if
you do not make use of
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recent relay carnival con higher plac-
es in the coming Conference meet.
In Johnson, Ayres, Collins, Brownell,
and Scott Illinois has a dangerous del--
egation which must be reckoned with
in the coming meet. Illinois will be

central -Tme (blow 'Time)
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P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
3 :45 7:45 .... Adrian .... 12:45 8:45
4'. 5 8:15 ... Tccumseh 1-- i:15 8:15
4:30 8:30 ...Clinton ,.... 12:00 8:o0
5:15 9:15 .... Saline .... 11:15 7:15
5:45 v:as Aronn ArborLv. 10:45 6:45
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
.D-Daily, X-Daily except Sundays
and Holidays. Friday and Saturday special
bus for students leaves Adrian 45, leaves.
Ann Arbor 4:45.
JAMES H. F.LLIOTT, Proprietor
Phone 46

CIUSEPPE DANISE, Baritone
M ETR O'OLiTAN OPERA COMP11ANY
BENIAMINO GIGLI, Tenor
MI T1ROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
JE ANNf GD1,DGN, Confraho
Te.::TRO A)iOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
WUZANNUI KEENER, Soprano
I'YiERO O()I1TAN OPERA COlM1PANY
FLOEN CE MACBETH-,Sdprano
Cljl( .%EGA ASSOCIATION r
CHAR I 1F LMARSHALL, Tcnor
CII'iGAO O PE A ASSOCIATION
ERNA RUBINSTEIN, Violinist
A IISTIlitIShiE) ARTIST
ERNEST SCHELLING, Pianist
A RENOV ED 'VIRTUOSO
HENRI SCOTT, Bass-Baritone
LATE 'F TE lB METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPA Nr
CI ARLENC I W-ITEHILL, Baritone
FTIC 1TOl OITAN OPERA COMPANY
ORGANIZATIONS
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
(,)' VOICES) r'
THE CHILDREN'S CHORUS
(500 VOICES)
THE CJICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRiX
(70 PLATERS)

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SPECIAL SALE
MEN'S HOSE
Guarapfeed
6 Pairs $1.50
6 Months
We have ,just received a ship-
ment of "Bullet-Proof" Hose
for Men-a wonderful value sold
on the basis of no-darning that
was so popular a few years ago.
This is bringing the hosiery busi-
ness back to normal; G pairs
guaranteed 0 months without
darning for $1.50-only 25 cents
a pair! a
NoMore Darning
When You Wear
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GOLD

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TAILOR MADE

CONDUCTORS
EARL VINCENT MOORE
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN
FREDERICK STOCK

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WE CAN now offer you something new in the
precious metal.
Gold plated ware similar to silver plated ware.
Has an advantage over silver in the fact that it
will not tarnish.
It lends an unusual touch of color to your dining

Suits- I op

For $35 and up
One Week Service

AND
Distinguished composer-cnductor who will come from England
especially to conduct the American premiere of his "Hymn of Jesus"
which will be sung by the Choral Union at the Thusday Evening
Concert.

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Proof
A very high quality hose, at a
very low price. Made of 4-ply
material, with specially reinfor-
ced heel and toe..
The supply is limited, the de-
mad il m en Ereat Gt yours

The Head Tailor will be here tc>day to
take your measure.

COURSE TICKETS

room.

$5, $5.50, $6, $7
(If "Festival Coo: ' n" from Choral Union is returned, deduct $3.00)
1. Stdscr be': ' 4record to "Patrons Tickets" may secure old loca.

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