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Le*ks Slow Up Runners In Early
season Outdoor
ach P~rrel continued to give his
i lgt 'rk" yesrteday ato pre-
them 4 the trials that will be
1~L this week 'or early next. It is
rini the weight events where there
Smuch good work as the men
;do' their best or near it when they
Lt~ain Burke and Wittman ran the
girds against time. Wittman won
0* and finished a foot or t'o in
t'iof Burke. Burke got away to
o&r start which he was unable to
° jp later in the race although he
cd considerable near the end Both
st* hien need work in starting and
s~ before they will be in the cor-
,ondition for coming races.
Prosser linproves
'pO~er showed remarkable frm for
xthne in the season with a vault
'.2 feet 3 inches. With fine form
tplbnty of extra speed this tal star
;0ery indication or doing conid-
)fy higher outdoors than he has
,.,done ,Inside. Brooer is also
ing god form around, 12, feet
his time. 1le never does his best
ractice but has an Uncanny ability
eaping to the front when most
14;~ in meets.
times i conitihuing his good wonk
he' hammn rthowngthis weigt
fiet yesterday. Schmidt is also
ig wel~ but did not exert himself
terday throwing around 130 feet.
dte will lay:.otff the shot pt for
hil as this evtent hinders him from
.g his ,best 'iii the hammer. It is
ka4le that he will throw the shot
hecomning meets but will do little
n1oc% practicing fr it.'
Junipers Jiasndiesapped
ki hg 'J m es h d t erVbut. since, -vacation and were
Atly 'bandicapped.by :the soft take-
and t 'e w~k".of ractice M~cEl-
~id t'{re° 10 iches ,and Smith
b feet'8 1inhs.
r'b Marx a~ trll heat in ;the 120
d Sliiburdl'acid looked fie for
time. cf; r4"season. His ,time fo;
dit-nce , §1 1- ,seconds.Ie
i Sul 4 .-low ,1ildles,
did up t o. jinnp"
L ocis J5 Iromisng
ois looked good in the low
ales wfh l lie ran a heat' yester-
When'he gets so 'he can use his
Es to better advantage he will no
bt prove to be one of Steve'sb~t
aIn the event
he half milers ran through a slow
finishing in the following order:
nke, iattendorf, Cushing. e and
%b. There was no time taken. 411al
semen looked 'as if they'y cauld
ily shorten their time if forced;"'"emlr n w mlr a of
distance which they are practicing
the relay. slowly as did the' 440
. There was little ativity in the
lin and shot.
P~o caino Coats City With Ashes
ruayakil, April 18-(By A.),,
guragua volcano is erupting,'liuge
ies rising from the" crater, with
wers. of rock sho skyward; white-
stones are said to be fallig in the
,urbs off' iabamba, which cty has
oating 'of ashes and fine sand.

... CWillard to Try oue-Back Againstf
Wier T1hrough (race of
National ;League ! 1oo
Cincinnati ..... .....2 8 0 VICTORIOUS- IN BOTH ROUTS c
Toney, Clemens and Am smith; Rixy c___
and Hargrave. After much deliberation and a ott
New ork.........7 ~of talk Fred Fulton and Floyd John-'r
Botn.........4 1 sonl have been permitted Uy the New)s
Bosto .' 4 10 2;York boxing .commission to hold their'
Barnes, Scott ttnd Snyder. Desche-' little fracas next Monday night overI
ger, Watson an~d Goutdy. in Jersey City at the Arena A. C.
P'hiladelphia......5 10 1 Johnson had been matched with
Broln. Jess 'Willard for May 12 at the ;new I
BriolnH6be;7edos1ndHe-Yankee park in what isnto Vi a c rie y
°;Rng° es ; ndDee i~eer y.an Hn-bout. BMil Muldoon, chairman of the
line.Grhns an Debrry.commission, made Johnson agree to E
Pittsbrh......2 5. 2 meet nobody until after the Willard
CPicag ......... 1 frca but Charley Cook, manager of
BoeCic er and Gooch; Alexander and the Iowa heavyweight, had grown am- 1
Hartnett. biticus suddenly and signed up withl
the Minnesota plasterer for Jersey
AeiaLege;it.moWashington ... ...... ....1 4 21s~ MWu oI~ Oligesi
'A thletics . . .. .. ..6nd 2 = His' m ajesty, M u ld onras f rm i
Johnson!ni and R ue ;H ari a d P r-( i decree that there should be no
ine. ue ri e- Johnson-Fulton fight, and for a while
_____ It looked as though he was going to
01have his way. Consternation arose in;
Ch...cao, 12. 'the ranks of the charity organization
Cleveland.......6 13 2 for fear Floyd would not be allowed
Faber, ac, and chalk; Uhie, Co- to meet Willard also, and the manage-t
eleskie, Bnoone, and O0'Neill. nent made a special request of Mul-
Bostn.............1f 1loon and his henchmen to allow Fultont<
Boston . 3 1to meet Johnson as arranged, " the1
New York .............. 4 '1 1 winner to take on big Jess. Contrary s
Emkhe, Fullerton,' and Devorner; to all expectations, Muldoon's heart '
Siiavke andSchng.softened long enough for him to give l
Detroit . . .. i set oFodJhsn h 9DeL a..9 15 1 Iowa iron man, will have his mill' with
StCois........,.....6 9 e-fred Fulton, the lanky Minnesota
Chollin, ranctis, tand otasdr;plasterer.
ShoerDnxrhWih eoad. Jess Ready for Anything
Seve~ed.Willard has agreed to fight Fulton
in the event that Johnson is defeat-
______________________-ed, but this dloes not seem likely, for
7 440.! Se' "Bobo i Fultn's past record and his present
ETFI rating as a heavyweight seem to ndi-
-Clott lome Runl cate that Johnson's main trouble will f
be to keep ' out of Fred's way when
'Fulton starts falling to the canvas.
New York,,April 18.-(By A. P.)- IFulton has never occasioned any up-I
Bab Ruth came back, into his own sets in the fistic world. Jack Demp-1
today. Wen' the mighty .Yankee .sey polished him off a few years agol
slugger cracked his first. home run in Minnesota inside of one round. Her
of the season far into the right field went abroad two years ago in search
bleaohers. of. the new Yanhee' tadium of .fights but the est he could do wasj
?1,2f0 howling fan§', the larg est.throngI to put on about 35 pounds extra inI
that ever attended a baseball game, Iavordupois. Fulton claims he is in
rose't acicord thieir idol a.trem end- eari'est now and that he feels certain
our ovation.. he can battle his way up to the heavy-
Ruth's circuit clout, clinching vict- weight crown,a battle that will be ex-
ory for his team .in its opening game tremely long and hard for big Fred.
with the .Bostoni Red, Sox, added the ViFts to Watch Illard
one touch needed to complete the most Fight fans and. critics will watch,
pituresquo drama. in diamond an- with interest the antics of pachydermic
nals. The Babe, those thousands Jess on May 12. If Futon becomes.
agreed, had come back. Willard's opponent, the charity bout
The attendance increased by more is likely to turn into a farce. If John-
than 30,000 the "previouA. high mark son remains Willard's vis a vis, and
o9f 42,620 set at Braves field, Boston both men are able to do battle with
in 1916 in a world's series game be- no stakes in sight, then JohnsonI
tween the Red Sox and Brooklyn. should hang another scalp on his rap-
________________idly growing list.
M[exican Railway Cut by .Flood Neither man is to receive compensa-
Guayaquil, April 18-(By A.P.)- tion. and that may have something to{
't'he ra~ilway to Quito has been cut do with the quality of the bout. And
.by the flood; the city continues with- then, again, there is the possibility of,
out drinking water, due to the Chime some promoter fixing things for Wil-
bo River's overfilow, 'a temporary pipe
line bieing washed away.--
L44 nizratthlig? A classlfied In N o Bands, Seo
elasfled "ad will sell t for you-;Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertsers.-Adv. '

lard's long-heralded come-back, just
a mere iossibility but stranger things;'
have happened. Other things equal,'
Johnson should take Jess with no dif-
ficulty; at least he should hand hilm
in awfuil beating, for big Jess; is!
throughm, and for those that don't be-
liege it let them look back to. what
happened to that marvelous piece of
fighting machinery, Joe Gans, one of
the greatest lightweights the ring has
kbwn.. Gains was through and then
dlecided to fight again. He was as old
nc J,,,c.go ' is ''r n ow n 'a inst asf ia t t0 of~L n vtl~.J4JU(. t

J Iatfthig and Fielding: Olyen Greatest,

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erudition but he trained regardles of
Mvother Nature, and fought that fight.'
It was his last for Gans died as a re-
ult of trying to come ack after he Te'
should have quit. R
F ormer Iichigan Star's Illtes Sure r
To Hangicap rwns' TEarly h
Chances A
St. Louis again took hr place at i
the top of the American league dope]w!
sheet yesterday afternoon when it was v
announced that George Sisler, 'I9, E
the best first baseman lI, baseball at t
the present time, had ,been success-.'
fully -operated on for sinus infection nt
and would take i place with the
Browns within a month. Considerable of
apprehension has been felt in the St. v
'Louis cmp during the last week or'T
so owing to Sisler's condition, which a
it was thought might keep him out f
of the game for the better part of the o
summer. The trouble was an after ef- t
'fect of influenza which laid the first e
sacker low in lebruary but surgeons a
who performed the peration'declare
that he will be as fit as ever after a s
little rest. t
When the announcement of Siser's I
illness came St. Louis was taken from r
her first place amongst the dopesters s(
land placed second to the Detr tTig-
ors, with the Yanks and Athletcs giv-h,
en just about an even chance.' After of
the first four teams there doesn't u
seem -tr be much choice among the n
other contenders for paces. H-ugh 01
Fullerton, one of the mst trustworthy #l
critics in the country, ses fit toplace '
Chicago, Cleveland, Washington, and s
Boston next in order.
The situation of the Boston team is
the most pecuiar ofthe lot. Last ysar
in spite of her miserable showing
when the final count was taken, she
beat New York in her own ,series and
this year the Yanks plan to win a
greater number of games from tfhem
in spite of fie fact that the Red Sox
boast a better crew than last season's.
The change in the dope sheet comes
from that fact tWad erb Pennock. the .t
former Boston twirler who turned in'
Imost of the Yank defeats last yearf
iplaying for them this year and can
bcounted upon to wn from is oldt
team mates. Washington is another
team that figuf es strangely' in ,thisr
I year's 'competition, being 2lope lto
gather wins from the strongest tams
(Cintinued on Page Seven)
thef ingerwillsend any
VSEN Collar into its
A special weaving pro-
ermanent crve whicht
in the VAN HIEVS1IN,
itamped VAN HRUS&N
t, l product of fin caftr
EUSEN Colkw attacke. Te
Vith none of the' rumpled,"
Hoary "soft shrts."
eized Pongee.'


Wlith. the opening game of the Big
en season three dlays distant, Coach .
.ay Fisher let, up soxmewhat on the
ractice of the Varsity baseball squad ,
esterday afternoon on Ferry field.
Most of the time was spent in bat-1
-ng practice 'coupled wth a snappyi
elding' workout in which most of the
rst string men took part. The 'entire'
orlkout went through wth the usual
nap which comes with the advent o4~
eal baseball weather. If the present
reather conditions rematin the rest of I
ie :week Fisher 'Will have his mien ( I
ounded into fairly good form for then
tuckeye contest.
F'ishmer sent his first string' niounds-
le n t o ; t h e . o u t f ie l d f o r a c o n s id e r - p r o f t m h r h y c a e
umgoes 'to improve .their legs and 1
find. The pitchers are not doing much
'ork this week, most of them havingc
erformed in several'e games during
he spring trip, and Fisher does not
ant to work them too hiard early ins
he season.
Yesterday's fielding practice, was onet
,f the fastest and peppiest,, the XVol- i

American Leag;ue
Chicago at Cleveland.
Detroit at St. Louis.
Boston at New York.
Washington at Philadelphia.
ational League
New "York at Boston. (Two games)
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
Pittsburgh at Chicago.;
Philadelphia at Brooklyn._
Those' golfers Who are eligible for
he Varsity, golf team and who have I
not reported as yet should report to'
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood or Cap-
tain Smith at once.s Michigan has
prospects of a good team this year,
and Michigan men are urged to re-
port immediately. Last year Mic!hi-
gan lost only one dual meet, to Chi-
cago amid, was second in the Confer-
ence. This year's team should mnake a
strong bid for the Big Ten chanmpioni-
ship. Thus far Captain Smith and ex-
team, and captain Winters form the nu-
cleus of the team, and Crosby, Roder-
fec and Hastings are making strong

Working under a warm sun, 100i as-
pira°nts for next year's gridiron teaim
were given their second day's instruc-
tion in football fundamentals yester-
d:at Ferry Field. Varsity men,
Frcshmennmeral winners, Reserves
anzd men who have had nofootball ex-
perience were included in the list of.
Coa.ch Little spent the greater part
of the afternoon in instructing his 'men
in correct line position and line
charging. Coach Yost was also out
on the field teaching several 'groups
theory of line play. Roby, Cappon and
Goeiwl, who have played their last
g pame for Michigan on the gridiron,
,iare assisting Coach Little during the
1 sp ring training season. All three
'have secured positions as coaches
necxt fall.
Steele., and Neisch, guard and end
';resprectively, were the only two var-
skiay rmen in uniform, the rest taking
payrt inother sports. :Miller, Ingles,
Dyand Stafford of last year's reserve
t aInwere «also out.

Donlj lail fo register todnmy.
iicr; stem' for tspring elections

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;erlnes nave la~UuIlge inis s1~ pringI. bids for places.
he switched Infield showed up wvell Th'n ro ofClbhspo-* -
nd t apeas tat he ichgande-ised to take thirty' student memnbers,
ense will improve greatly as a result 'Pir aesil i e ll'slet n
bir the hnpehich pHerte ont-application for these should be sent ' i
irbaeiplcofPprthve-to Professor Trueblood at 1024 Hill .
ran hot sacker replacing Haggerty street, together with score for 30
t the keystone bag. hoe ovrete h oecus
Several members of the second holes ovecreher e. he alcanseo .0
tring squad are doing wonderful worko solme comme eende yanpoficeorntcign 5 a~
,his 'Week and it would not be sur- o the club or by a member of the iI'ad hnI x a'
)risin'g to see sonie of themr getting a .club who knows him. I l. ~ad te ~rA i#rei Q
,egular job on the team before the sea- Thswhhaeardymetei yohrAeicnr
;on closes. Ths h aearaymd hi Vt cign 1nivrsty. 'hs"
Coah Fsh~r sate yeteray hatapplication are working steadily and slie'ici t }le nw~ ~
Coah Fshr 'taedieerayintiaeshow much promise. Score cards r1,
ie plans to work Lvras i houdbeta h cuhueatrI period of neairly "tat i ' t
pening game against Ohio State Sat- spracticeth whthe atecuuendandsoldteyar.reesn
rday. Liverance has shown up well be signed by both partners. The I~I
otwithstan ding heis loss of one gape. putting greens are not, in shape yet,
n the so~uthern trip and Fisher feels but the temporary greens are being~jU
hat if' he is right on Saturday the used. all, I
V~lvrlps stnd n een canc of Michigan's first meet is May 4 when _
tarting their Conference race with a Northwetr istIe tEaso
ictoryOn May 5, Illinois is played at Ur-
bona, ande on the following day Ohio
~ROIC ICKTS N SLEState is met. Michigan ought to caip -
GD toreall three of these meets easily. 41
The Wasitenaw club has pro'mnised x.1CAa 9DZ s
to take a limited number of student: !u ~u1 z i A
F'rosh.Frolic tickets will be on sale on thie payment of -a-dollar a day e* $ y w-
fro~m 2 to 3 o'clock~'oday and Friday greens fee. I
afternoons at the Union. at $a each. _- "~
The annual formal freshman party ilb el~eeein fMy tY . C. A. Sends Delegate to, Cofer .
the Union. Lila Reynolds, '24, will be the dle-
Programs, music, and decorations gate from the University" Y. M. C. A.
for he art hae ben'arranged by to attend a cabinet conference to be
othe paritye.Ahav been sfarheld this week end at East Lansing._
thcet citede.orellheppliaions for Delegates from all over the state will
tikt eevdbfr h pigv-be resent. The therne of the onifer-I'
cation have Aeen accepted by the comn-onewlbe<hraCopatn.:-
nittee.one ilbe"uaCoprtn.
Ilegiser ,,oday yon waunt to vote. th.0gter toda y if you want to vote.
We feel a real respon-.<.
I' sibility for filml left
".We have in stock the Famous Winner, the racket de- w ith us for developndkt.
signed and used by "Bill" Tilden. We can also show you N'gatives canniot be re-
the Lee "Slotted Throat" Rackets, Wright & .Dison's, placed, and there .are
Reache's, Spalding's and other lines.I often1 sevral exposures in
M.4)1 to the owner. Care-
Racket Restrin ging fill im'thocfs and seeii ific
ffrmutlae ring results
Best Materials Expert Workmanshipth jsiyorers-
inngyour),.flms~e to Iour.,
li'ishing deartrnerft*
l eu ippled lfor erdJ rgi ntrgy-'-
All Restringing Donfe in our Own Shoop I l t us sh WYOU. some
samples of our work.
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Capture Irish Rebels
n, April 18-(By A.P.)-Frank
of the rebel executive, andI
Lynor, another prominent lead-
been captured.


Every Day, is .Getting
Hotter and Hotter
Do~n't you feel like step-
ping into some cool fresh
Athletic underwear? We
have the kilpd you like.
Veep one jump ahead of
the Weather' Man. Cone
in and get 'emn today.



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