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I[ tquion and the Varsity tennis players
who were not present..at yesterday's
showing of the film.
IAll those planning to attend may
secure definite inf'ormation by call-
ing the Athletic' associatio, phone,
167, after noon today.

others besides themselves, and be-
wailed the fact that the United States
:s prone to strip itself in order to lead1
the way to world disarmament.



to the fir";t round of the
ola stic bas-ketb;all fnl
eduledl to start sit 7
t in Watermnan yzmj.s-
uiet 'will be held at 5:3O
in the Union for all coin-
The drawin'g for to-
are to b md a tc

ch George Little wvill be rmas er
eptonies at thbe banquet, while
R~alph W. Aigier, Prof John
vaill Ba ketall Coach Edwin J.:l
:r, and Gilbert I+'y, Varsity bas-
I captain, will deoliver short ad-!
,s to the hsigh school athletes.
s, class B winner last year, i:±
g another strong team to the
as is St. Joseph, state ch an-
two yea~rs ago. Birmingham, with
ceptionally well-rounided quintet,
on capturing the title this yea't
should prove dangerous. Mt.
Lunt andl Alma are both represent-
strong outfits.
1es are scheduled to start at 7
k tonight, 9 o'lock to morrow.
ng, 1 o'clock tomorrow after-
8 o'clock tomorrow night and
o'clock Saturday night. Admnis-~
ee will be 25 cents for each ser-
vill be necessary for two of the
to play two games on Friday,
e winners will have thie entire!
laturday to rest before the final
terniity houses on the campus are
g the visiting quintets durring
short stay in Ann Arbor.
wr motion pictures of Tilden and1
>on, national doubles tennis
pion's, which were 0.h'nwn to
ers of the Varsity Tennis team-
SMajestic' theatre yesterday af-
onwl rbbyb hw t5k today for the benefit of those
lingx the Schoolmasters conven-

IHockey became recogni.zed,. at the
jUniversity as an inforl 1sport in the
season of 1919-20 dlue' to the inecas-'
in g pop'uiarity of the activity. In
that year the interclass and inter-
fraternity leaguer were organized and
from them the mien were chosen for
the informal team. This year the.
sport has been raised to a minor Var~-
sity rankt.
In 191"3_Michigan had its only ath-
letic encounter with Washington and
JeffersonK University when the o-
verine baseball team beat that team
Chicago, Ohio State and Wisconsin
are the only schools that Michigan has
mhet in five sports. These sports are
f'ootball, baseball, track, basketball
and tennis.
Commending the city of Ainn Arbor
for the way in which it is cooperating
1with the University, and complement
ing the University athletic association
for its good management ini financial'~
lmatters, Regent Junius.E. Beal, actee
as toastmaster at the liijcheon of the
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce
Tuesday. He dwelt especially upon the
w itork of the athletic association in re-
[lieving the taxpayers of $100,00 an
rually through its contests.
Congressman Earl 'C. Michener war
fthe principle speaker at the- lunch-
eon, speaking on the general topic o'
"World' Parleys and Leagu~es". H(
urged the people to think of helping

Cobb's :len Hav e LieDiffiulty De-
featii2 International League I
'team, 13s
Rome, Ga., March 28.-Detroit Ty-1
ger'stock took another jump) yster-c
day afternoon when 'Ty Cobb's meni
bested the 'Rochester Internatio:?a'1I
League club in the second encount-
er of a three game exhibition saries°
at Griffin,4 13-6. In spite of the ' fact
thiat the Bengals were forced t, cori' Is
from behind to take the contest thej
work of the players was in every way?
satisfying to' the manager, especial- 1'
ry sine the diamond' was soggy andF
in no condition for a game. Today the
two teams meet here in the third gamet
of the, series of which each team ha
taken one contest, the minor' leaguers
having wi.on the first fray in a hardt
fought ten-inning struggle.
Thie game yesterday -afternoon wasI
one of those -wild slugging orgies that
characterized baseball in generalast
year, due for the most part to errat-
ic hurling., After the "Tygers had gar-{
nered one chalker in thei first, Roches
ter camve'back in 'the second ands
poundbd,.Roy Moorete'Detroit southa
paw, for five solid 'runs. In th nextf
inning the'"Peach" got'revengeful and
managed to' push his men aroun the
circle for seven runs before they werer
retired.' Moore kept his position o
the mound iutl the fifth when Hen,"
Pillette relieved himi for the last five.
Duing the remainder of the game the
Northerners: were. held to three hitsf
and one' run by the twirling of the big
D'etroit moufdsman, wile the Ben-
gals themselves had little trouble inr
crossing the plate four times before
the game ended.
The whole .Tyger team looked good
both on the defense and, when at at
Del Pratt took the slugging honorst
with~ two triples and a single fro-
four trips to the plate, Cobb following
hlii With a~trple and a single for an
average 'of .5 00. Rigney 'was the oth-
er Bengal to get extra base ht while
Bilue,,;Joues,,And Veah each got two.
safe blows.' The defense was just as
g~ood;. Rigney making the 'only break
in the "game for Detrothen he did-
n't get a bounder just right. Pratt7
and..Blue ,had a ot of ork to do and
handled* every chance without a slip.
The only homer of the afternoon
came .when °Arcideacon, ITehester1
outfielder,, planket oiT'?'a Mu'r base
drive against Moore in the second in-
Indoor baseball practice is under-
way, at, the 'University of Minnesota
under' direction of Maj. L. R. W atrous,
newly appointed coach. Batterymen
were-"called .into action, 11 who pro-.
fessed to be pitchers, and four catch-~
ers, starting the seaon's work. GeorgeI
iyrum, veteran third baseman will
captain the =1923 squad.
'Te'first of the'Big Ten games will
be played against Northwestern at
Evanston, April.2o.
Have von rea te "aily Classified

ii 1cinrii Weather Conditions, Drawiv 4
lDbunoiid Canida1ts Back to
C'age in G;ym'-
I TT UNG( P .ACICE TAKE S UP .«.>:e. v \a « > : s :
Coach Fisher fought -a game fight
with the weather man Tuesday, but
yst^_rday he' was iorced to oncde
dfeat to the old king of snow and
storms, and as a result was fored to'
bring his athletes knack to the crowded
cage in Waterman gymnnasmiu.' ThisrO
is particularly displeasing to Coach a .:
Fisher as only a few days remain in;a<5
which to pick theQ personnel for' the
southern baseball trip.r~ id'
Most of the practice Yesterday was r'
spent in swinging at the horsehide." ayr
Liverane, .Fisher's iainstay' on the &
mound, shot a few over and several oft"
the other pitchers took their turn at a }) .a 6s ,o<
feeding the batters. Fielding practice ~,
was practically dispensed] with owing
to tlhe fact that practice was held in tP, dsi §
the gym nd the mnasplent most of } NF>y M
their time at the plate. With only if >ao E1a ,
batting practice available indoors the '- N'o ¢? , oG,+~o. 3u
Wolverines are certain to be badly i,, { ,, :.: V X'' $ xx~ >
'handicapped next week when they s ..:aiM"..i::':.,.. .ko 3sx<,o F9.c..a<
start en their jaunt through the south-
ern states. Shortstop rjcer eefitnq a ieri ect slid fo. beel
Just whom Fisher will, take with him for Min b: 'eid the 1w-g
on the sparing trip is still problematical The wave of clouting has hit base gapn~g, as a scin
and the list of members of the ;squad to the science of running the bases propry. Oe of t
who will make the trip will not be gases. is an -elusive v~yyf hitting the d i anco.:po
announced until two or three days be- the accepted wayof 'going into a base. 'Lie rmner ges
fore vacation starts. Coach Fisher W~ometum acquired in htting the dirt swing hiim an
wants to be able to get a line on all of als, is shown above "hooking ono" at the Cardinals' ci
the men as to, what 'they can do on a
regular diamond and facing real pitch- of the events: Plung, 40 yard free
ing bfore he makes any decision as to style, 60 yard breast stroke, 60 yar
the personnel of the squad to go south. 'back stroke 220 yard free style, fat
It is expected that Fisher will take 'cy diving, and a four man relay race.
15 or 16 players on the trip includ-___
ing probably four infielders, four ot Following is the schedule for th
fielders, two catchers and six pitchers, second round of the fraternity hand-
'the Michigan mentor wants to use asbaltunmt:Kpa.N vsPh
many moundsmen as possible asItis Ba ltrameCyns: appa N S.gma
in this department that the Maize and'BtDeaCguvsDlaSia Saturday, M
Bluesliw> he reatst eakessandPi, Delta Sigma Phi vs. Chi Phi. Ir-
Blumera wih grastbeaknscsvandregularities in the schedules for this Aduli> lac
ad n the ring rawh tich bwicobe r-Ionament have arisen ecaue some
ofed ona toFspightrihin tipelseas-of the teams have failed to play their
onforgr'adto Fiamser hehes- games.' The balance of the schedule
on fr, ig en amesappoaces. will be announced as soon as possible
through te "columns of The Daily.
Intram ural Items Delta Tau Dlta's game with Alpha
....Delta Phi imus be played and th
- score turned into the Intramural of-
Spectators at the" second rduna of fee by 5 o'clock this afternoon. No
the Alb=campus wrestling tournament Sigma Nu has been given an eten-
last Tuesday night were well pleas- sin of ,time for playing of their first ,-Tr
ed with the exhibition staged by. the round game with Theta Delta Chi. Tjhe L
participants. On the whole the bots game wll take place tomorrow after-
were much better than those staged floon.
ftwe.In the first match of the evening, in INSTITUTE ENDS. COURSES
the 135 pound class, Bartlett wones by IN RELIGOUS EDUCATION
a fall over Cutting. Karbel duplcat-
ed this feat securing a fall over Doty Final classes in the Institute of IW- W 1
in the second bout of this class. Sohn ligious Eucaton wre held Tes. y
was the aggressor in' his go with in Lane hall completing the ix coursesa
Beckle in the heavyweight class and o;, study taken up'this year. These
was awarded the decision by the were all studies taking up different
judges. 'Only one match was forfeit- phases of religion and the bible in a
ed, Powell securing the verdict over fdtr wees' course.' The classes werr
fAmos.. held under the direction of faculty
mime~ber or local leaders In the fiel,
Officials of the Al-campus wrestl- of religion. More than 200 atteded
ing tournament have announced the the meetings.
following schedule which will start
at 7 o'clock tonight in the wresting Jgust call q60, when ya. hav a
room of' Waterman gymnasium: 125 wat.-Adv.
pounds, Carmiener vs. Howard; 135 ----
pound's, Bartlett vs. Shepherd; 15
pounds, Bower vs. Rose, and Grue-
bauer'vs. Tuttle. FOR OOD M~USC }
Finals in the fraternity swimming Ike Fisher's Orchesra
meet wll be held at 3:30 o'clock this'
afternoosn. Following is the schedule ' L. ifti-i
'.4 \-(0 ou
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IIf* Eighteen tables on the t faoril(
'f/ ~grundit floor for this .most
ppopular reereatioii. arethatss
/ [ ~ plreas re of college lhe i i
Syo do ot ake euse of
YOUt e regularly.
orted "
i.Hats _
a~cti. PJ~Iei'i' to treait you rel?"
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iceo, an awu blow, bu-,t the big leagues still pay attention1
iC esientils of:;ii i nd successful work circling 1the
T ". TCobb is gv1nC'irditfoi maLking t~ hool. slide
fiiifee fir t, ook:; onle toe'i-t the base and lets the
dtebe. hort;j)'Topo:cer of thie t. Louma Cardin-
_: t rad to m Fa



larch 31

4.00P. M.
Chldren 25c

Tickets at Wahr's


SJohnny Dundee, the ScotLch- ! chinery for making Pinkie Mitchell
130 piound flash of New York the youngest, the junior welterweight
up as junior lightweight box- champion of the world. Ritchie Mit-
chell, the middle link in tht chain, -is
mpion of the world, it was a just about through with the game or
departure from precedent and he~ probably would have been chosen
timelrt in regard to the pro-j as the new ace for he- can w~rk at
was fairly evenly divided, per- 140 pounds if necessary. 'Pinkie seems
majority resting with the op-i to be the logical mean to head the 'newv
. Some thought that therel division because of his height and
nough divisions in wveight and rangyness. He stands close to six feat
ly enough champions to suip-, and it's a simple matter for him tc
pile others were of the opinion fight at 140 pounds. This is shown by
e weight limits were too broad i the fact that ho has been having little
times 133 pound lightweights trouble in getting down to th~e ligPhi-
to take on men scaling ~around ' weight limit.'
e same being true in all 'divi- 'Billy has announced that Pinkie
stands ready to defend the newi titic
ny Dundee has made 'a fair sue- and will meet any reasonable chal-
the venture and a few ?Months; lenge 'at 148 pounds, the weight rec-
tics began talking of making1I ognized as the junior' welterweight
champions in the 'other 'dlvi- jmark. This mark will take care of
Before the idea became toc lot~ of men who have been breaking
Lwn it was taken up by none! their necks trying to lose enough
han the Mitchell boys of Mil-j weight to challenge Benny Leonard
Billy Mitchell, oldest of the for the lightweight belt. It might ev-
d manager of the ring destin. en take care of Leonard' himself for
is two fighting brothers, gr"ab- the champion has already fought in
echance and started the ma-I the welterweight class.

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