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THE MICHIGAN DAILYSND, .

ANUARY 7, 1923

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THREE CORNERED TRADE OF S TARS SWMilO QASIrrIlTU
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"ALST"ACORDNG..OCHCONTINUES HRD PRACTICE'

IThe light practice of yesterday and
Thursday will.. probably continue
through next week utntil the new,
Fcoach arrives, taut it :is urgent that
the men appear daily, and only the
interference of clas-work and s4
sc-ness will be accepted as excuses foci
non-appearance at practice.

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Athletic )epn,"enn, Finabile To4)e- in a itet tat Evanston two days fob i ailZhrf
etre 3ltt Mann, Iryinlg Forell ; lowing the Hoosier conflict. MaThe ofvEuerye.
KtonoIi re :- Men~cr 3 h yterr liIt isto be expected that practice .ha'-Ih tte.ht a eur esoe.
dETSrurin~g the next few dlays will suffer eduoUi ail aabf h .n
INDANATA( TAMfroin the, team's present state of d1s-1 gl-G reek financier who is the owner
1YOVERINES lIE I{E FEB. 17 organization owing to the lack of a of Monte Carlp-,. He Ja a reputed ar-
coach, but the spirit displayed thus{ biter of nations, owner of iAwspa-
S Disappointment as to the securing far is expected to, carry the. squad; pers, ships, factories and other in-
ofMatt ;anzn, D7eti'&it Athletic club through until a mentor arrives to take dustries.
aquaic ento, a swihmig cociLfull charg~e. In the -meanwhile JacV No1cdnsfo c
full urnot oftank w, '25, national interscholastic tree.
style chainpiou has been. placed in.
candidates that reported to assistant 'charge of the crawl swimmiers, Ngor- ' In spite of the' heavy, glaze of ice
Director Little at the Y. M. C." A. pooh ,a hthscvrdtesresadsd
yesterday afternoon. It was hoped m nan R. HIanson,2, will handle the.ta a oee h tet n ie
untl eseray orin tatbreast stroke men, Jack, Kearns, , walks the la-st few days 'there have
Mlann's services could be s cure, bt is placedl over the ,plungers;, and Jh'ic been no serious accidents. A' few milli-
secuedbutiljdnerl' '4A, will super, . ,e the div- 'or accidents were. occasioled throuhh
it was found at the last minute thiat ers.jslidin.
he, would b)e unable to be relieved e:Die Rpot
from his work at the D, A. C.
Expct oac Net WekAfnewv candlidate who. shows real Good typewriters, *various mnaken,
Coah Lttl ha trne hi atpn- oise~ for fancy diving honors put for= sale or vent. Reas~rable rates.
tionto he scurng f a ompte i in an appear.ance yesterday. He 1i #S. A. ;Horan, Room 2x 211 N. Unive.r-
mentor, and expects results from hio~ Clayton, Seagers, '723. a diver of widle sity.-Adv.
search iby next week. No manlwil * eriezewhose presence is sure. toi1e iewointaelknwuoserutedvigsuao.a_____ewTxdoSitoRna. Wl
thor'ity fdully. capabzle of producinga extent,. and, Co. State Street.-Advy,
'team that will reflect credit upon~
swimng in Its new, status as a Var-I
sity spout. One of the men most, prom-'
i"nently considered at the present DETROIT
athletics at Northside high school, Al-
1egheny, Penn.,
Newman has been highly recoin-,; M ID . W J T E
fmetlded, and it is stated that he is
1especially proficient in swiming anqhce.Teei osblt,.a-C L E C
cordhn-g to Coach Little, that at-L J A RN C
tempts will be mnade to arrange term,')
'with Newman. However, other nere AE
recoinznended to the local athletic A L
atithorties are comning in for tlaeij
share of'" consideration.
Indiana Mere Feb. 17
Coach Little yesterday announced P er
the sch~eduling of Indiana university
for a swimiming, meet to take place ceont
here Febs. 17. The. meet, will, in allI
probability, be held in the afternoon,j
as a hockey game has already been' DISCOUNT is now in effect on our
slated for the evening. Authorities at,
Ininzowhddtecotatt'ent re stock of Footwear for Men and
Coach Little who will sign it with the; Women en. May wye again have the pleas
a provision that Indiana will consent to ofI
an afternoon meet, it being the ms- -ulco serveig youl.
ual custom to hold, tank'-events, in tllc)
evening.R uyTexetwtInin wilmk
ThAme wt Idinywl mk
the second Big Ten school to be sign-I
ed. Nvorthwestern's great tank texam NICKELS ARCADE
y appearing on the Wolverine schedule
ANN, ARBOR
New Tuxedos for rental purposes.j
Wild and Company--Adv. 4 ______________________________

center, and JRog'o' Peckinluiugm
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toyHra . -Brawn) I founced that Owner Clark Griffith i'
The winter air (wvhich remains in-I planned to make Peck manager.' Suchusalblm in ayprttode)':,
usull blm i mnypatstodae)was not the case. Griff had planned:~
Is fairly alive with baseball trade talk tonaefathu.Cyd iln aagr
these days. And the trade on whichtonmfahulCyeManaagr '.
rumors center. involves no less than and did so. That made Peck look bad~i._____________________
three of the American league's biggest. Then he, got: away, to a toad start. not grant to continue, as }pilot of the'
stars. They. are Eddie Collins, star Couldn't hit his stride. Washington Y ankees more than another season;,
second baseman >and- captain of th~e fans began to ride him and kept it and the presence of Col Uns on the club'
White. Sox; Roger P~eckinpaulgh, up.: ilmk h ~po-tnn fhma
star shortstop 'or the Washington Na- Meusel is a good outfielder and onemageasmpeoetin
tionls, :and: ;Bob, Meusel, slugging of the game's best natural sluggers. A i a ll, th lookspint e n icef littls
outfielder of the. New York }Yankees. His worth to the Yanks is lessened deal.
According' to the dope, the Yankees! because of his proneness to be al_________
and Nationals have °a trade about ready "naughty boy," along with Babe Ruth E
to boil by which Roger':Peckinpaugh and a couple "of others. 4Huggn'IBattle Creek Provides Beds -for Jiobos
will return to the Yanks to be used, wants to break up this little clique.{ Battle Creek, Jan. G.--Battle Creelq
Iwith Meusel. in a trade with. the White I 'The Yankees. must have a better sec- policemen. have taken pity on the poor
Sox to move Collins to Gothamn. A o nd baseman if they are to make ani tramp. Hereafter members of the
choice little deal that. emphatic bid for the third title. Col- ,hh, rfsin ilb emte
Going, farther. into it, the Yankees fins has no equal. New York's, parks osepo ode,'ltom1 n
are booked to send Aaron Ward, young hold enough people and the team t le nawoe ltomi n
second 'baseman, along with Meusel ' draws enough to warrant the owvners ches above the .,cement floor of the
and Peck to Chicago to give Gleason paying Collins the money hie is worth, police station. Formerly the hoboes
an acceptable youngster to play Col- He always has had a desire to play have complained of _drafts when they
lins' position. Gleason will throw in in New York. And then, too, to cap w ,ere obliged to sleep on cement dur-
either Outfielder'Bib Falk or a'-young, off the thing, Huggins probably will ing winter months.
pitelier to complete 'his, end of the-
deal.
The whole' affair works out well.I
Peckinpaugh is in bad in Washington.
Wells meaning scribes; including :t
Cleveland one,, made things, tough for
Peckinpaugh when he was traded to
Washington last season in the deal
which made Everett Scott, perpetualOt
shrstp;amme feYnsRight -away quick. these scribes an,-

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grandfathers, before you!
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HIJCKEY -FREEMAN (20:
aMore posit ive assurance of "the
best"' Would be, impossible.

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Regarding reductions there are
special 'prices in all departments,
particularly on overcoats and
shoes. Prices that warrant puar-
chasing as a, matter of economy,.

For sport wear we offer
sheep-lined coats, sweaters,
mufflers, heavy wool' hose
and our famous gum-soled
oxfords. . ..

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