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THEWICHIGAN DATLY

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LITTLE GIING COURSE
IN FOOTBALL THEOR

ALPHA SIGMA PHI
WINS PIN TOURNEY
Mieei of :Kind

smaultisi I 1 robe, punch the ba , shadcow lht)X, Ilr)nr1 B tl
S ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ x asuv wellGI asO go through a round of I thamu0 ral nix easwill
f hndbll ad ac~otVireil latheiitics.
f ~~ ~ ~I!lii'fheboxers wllfellow tisprogramn !(t 11 rnont enswl
ON F aE fairlldegree of faithfulness, pat- r.c in athe second halt of the in-
trions of the manly art of self-delouse til1'i'atei'iltt bow~ling teur1namlenti )re-
Call rest assued Ithat no ccdnsilfait s which will start at 7 o'clockl
RiE( [ sTM (s 01(1uw>s: viPom PTcc.w.tllghton the TUnion alleys. Scores
('OAC1'4) ThPIIEAR FtiSET NoS aPl:-t ere mde by the fraternities whio
OfI LE l ~i1 vin ~ \n1~.'1 e ~'~~ t i i

~IU 9111 L1JI FIIt
(~~' i9',I),1A LNT SOURICE OF
i~:Nfl1'IAEM N'' '4)C(ACH!

. 41 lb llof' his -vtoraus sta fely over
:lie lii d t.:a~rles and bit?C'tcl)(ay
s i t i e s o n i s L a r n t t i l , C o a h h a
f els 1UO," 0 (:o{rki l tese-, days Ithan
is h wot o anat hletic mentIor at
(.e11e(' ngot a season."l
F'shr' ood fors mil, is, tialifi (lt to
:lgrea(t (exhtnthow vrTby1h110p russl-
ju' 'eed,1 for twi)niore frst glass;
pitcher, mn who can tle their reg-'
ul a I i i ruaso1I twl unud '111(t turn i21
a ai ~lt 0of, vi(ctories. Ilto has a
sfn :aLivrauewho w41i1l be as good!
as ny iithetinl the Big 'Toni, bhut Ihe
Qsorthl( poss' hit i 105are largelyv
flw:t1 K,2ystojw Sack
TI111'wily oilier p)ositions 5on the teamI
not. ih Iit:iat 'present by veteranfs; of
proven :ability, is second, base and
11ere (thewbiggest single fight for a
posit ion stould(StlilI. Winullles, who
covoroll(lie In iddie of the intield la1st
yearI, ihasNgra(1lat Ed 1leaving the coY-
44(1 bert lh open to the pick o1 thej
:;i-ll( hesh a~1 e nof! 1922. It so happens
thlat plractically the only inetnbhors of
last ea' yeaIrling squad who the
coii ('lies ifeel Iwarranlt Varsity 'onsiti-
ra .ou Nwre infielder's "'Blichiwill I
taeIhe conto~st; for placoe en uior(,
in'(resting.
l11 a gxert y, basketb hailforward, andI
le fcr ootball back, were thle two
ou tstanding- diamond performers onl
Mahr' 'baseballl teauf last spring
andboh re0xpc11lth ptiup a'
gal radof phi:;y iy Fisher. An.*E
oIet' goc i ireshmn last yeat1r wa1s
(;pc leswocord third base and will
nou doutii terhe fight for the eiflp-
1 y i~c~irl a;s berth onl the Varsity.
Fro thse three mnen alone Fisher
hold b able to- get. a good rcgular
inhol:e,1and two utility men of merY-
it. The (;(coach is not only looking to
thle impending seatson1, however, but
hlopes (during' the work which starts
lFriday in the gym. to unIcover Som1e
taleon that will 1)e heeded after tis
sesnwhen Vteritz, K-node, and Pa-
per will be through.
lVeteran2 talent. for the outfield is
so great as to be0 almnost emnbarrass-t
ing with Roby, Kipkc, Shackleford,
atnd Klein, al M1 men, back an!d
ruady for play. In addition Ash, a
mem~ber of the 1920 all-fresh nine and
an experienced'lbaseball mnan is also
eli gible for competition and will give
s>ome of the veterans a real coutegi;
for ai place. 1t ,will be hard to tell
just howe much goodi material will be
available until the men have heen inl
the cagle for a few weeks.
Look or Hurlers
F'isher's great concern and the one
tat will keel) him3 busy during the
inext fexw weeks, wii e the battery
'Typewriters for sale or rent. Re2a-
so;nabl1e rates. S. A. Moran, Room~ 2,
2nd floor, 7]1.N. University.-Adv.

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i'iiiST1NitiOA4.y' FT~.'mf ~i! l ,ii..V IT WJ[EN"' pa igaPhi fraternity of the
IEJ~1!WIH~WM U1niversity of Minnesota. WoCMn the
ENROLLAE este rn Conference Intramural inter'-
fr'aternity bowling tournament 41yehi
E(Inach George Little Fill give a wds cond uctedl by the int. :ainura tie-
(curse in footbail theory at 3 o'clock pa rtmnt 01. o Ohio S"to university. Th'le
onl'iesdav anti Thursday inl roomli110Qftnalscore Of the winners was 2(674.
Tappan hall. The course 0start~ted Feb. Phi Gamma lUelIa. of AlIich iganf tied
3. L ittIle etxnect s ghat there wviln he for secod with i )celt a' Kappa Epsilon
snore tin 3 0.11101in It~'is lass, j O011111111C OULa.Phi MAN 'l 'helt a of
W1 have nma de then. ent Ireesi. ANichiga a linisialdPourt n twhile Phi
Thbis tcour se is tlesigit (1 riti i l;U Sgiia iKappa of01 Mi cliga a fin ishedt
for sttudent s in (lie four year coacltij g l enethI. lMt CanI3 io, Dela l a lfled
P~chocl and alsoinclIuides anly en HdP. (lre"(Wanlus ini the list of the first
ilatex t or the I1923 foe-tbaH Iteam wia tinW, its AMichligan chapter 1 ieing for
wish to attenid. ''Th.e oiiry(' ,vil1 ot J m seojd, its Ohio chanpter inishing
as ~ one hour tela'tit ad1rnai viiitnW H , d i;tlandi its Mlinaik chlnuen Wntg
AXpril 5i, n h oilthe Ist.
in ttis tiurmn t:(ontkmF~nli is given I=ellekwing 2;(It('lue inll tading:
1~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~11 hI elicleiail'1( oiLin ;Tebetwxeen
Ito I.:ner1Oiilsip it W h~aall oF ratteg; Phi (aina Dlaii, Mvichi......2q
fu~nainial pl ux sfi1'il k paysand Il lta haila 121mltiloii, Minni.
sivnalAstseins .A atlil studyx'is ,i 'lii l)eltaTheta, Theit. ........ 5
made01o(i tthi 'ls antd 01 lthe'various liiiPhito Signa, Mim........ 5
styNles of offe'ns e aand defense, w ithii Phi (lam nm a Delt a,. O hio .... . . . 2 52te i~ " f , i lg h a d ttea c e : n 1' i gK p V W
each'l. IAlpha C'lii Sigma, .Minn. ........24 11!
11raclit '!a or Al Ipha f to (Chi, AVi !tn........
iA lthmci 1:.; this tour-sc will bhe some_ 3 lan~hiia ilMR~, Ill.......2422

i'llo~uing the trequest!-
ofC rninny' lrai ernj1ties on

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tI hat boxing, be reinta~ted(z4.a,. fra tei'-
ii ity 3'shortTed Sullivan, ibosiungmen-
tor, li nlts ppted a list of roles for
I'vatel ility ixxseu:; ainti.a questionnair~e
alsling whlet her or itthle recei ver is
inl favor of lboxill".<as a sport f'or Frta-
it' niliii y colfipot iititin, whlieii XVwill (30
niieti this Mtorntiingto all lhoiii' ()II
.ilany of tile fraiternity boxers Itailed(
to t rainll pepetliy last, spruinta frI lie
jcl .lwlitan ith" esulIts were hip'l-
li ljleasiaig Iti the officials ill eha'll' .
: !rte ic mdv ('ay 'lic Stl ivall, who hil
lition to all thoe fratern)'101t os :Ito~-
ttf:?'E' they t-iiiti't~l the t'Oiih'st. IPor
ilhis rt~ltsoll btaxiiig was t~ikell til of'
I ho 'afcrtiity a tlzt Ic progatil.
T[he ansvet's t)th ie (quetst ionnaire
R will tdeterine wh'iillter or' 31,31 the
snlorl isto.. Ito reinst1a tetd and f* iit is
tra';iing)tas xvillJbencforced. lxv-
ery mallN will lbe (exacted to scandI t
loeast Ph ree ihours ill the gym 1015111111
t'.,{h weeko, util xwill hb'o'Xl t'etl (1 i
8 P. A.
Demonstration
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Electropure Process
Purifying Milk

\.F : 1,t lIOL 1 .t I I :t 11:('(I o1 reguwtlar sleep illill (tI 1li lh
onl thl art Iiaslet ter, stressing Cle~ l Ite re-
thle calllnna .raining frrm eatil}:; swe'(; of a11t

hinMs.for be Says that th e ec (!Po
al 11 raternity or any 1 n v boing
'tnatches rests entirely upon -the per-!
sonal care that, a nin takes of him.-
self when in prep:Lrau tinPotr a mill
with a worthy Oopoeint.
'Phe answers from lhe let tetrs are
>A Peeed t)onull e inltihe Itl 'ii ta
askfitig t.hat everviiotl x'give thiis uIIIA-
tert'Iheir eanest att entiotn and hea rt-
isi. ct-opet~iition Moiel )ith1iey'give I hoi'
t't p eiis Cl. wm e p n te 11,t{

I G.iltn,;tuPn t xill stand as the preliin-
:iry S cores for theseo organiaztions, as
t hey will niot be alloweod to bowel ini~ eodrud
The following teams will report at
i cl-oeh at tile Unionales to roll
it1I the second round: Kappa Blet,
I 'si, Chli Psi, Zeta Psi., Sigma C2hi. Mau-.gr fteuimssol eot o
the Unilon tnaageinent bef'ore rollin',.
in ole- t t :vlanaccurate ch'ck tny
be kepit on those tealls Ihat havme ]-O]lI-
iiI their ipielittiinu my scoreCs.
lia ut('lilt (es that a11no not signmed III)p
vith hIl ttraltintra I deparltm'lent for-
':1 " m u ol u m n h udphone; their. c iti'y il nit c i rtely to t.1e
-op 1.~ e niutlhon i ios.

,ijins3ftieti ad will a;,ll it for yoln--Adv.

P01'ojli<'o Ct tily fldt'orli ors,. A v.

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.aw I what siiii lto thatliwenliy1v toah
oi 1; Lit "'~t' the tIII(lfl1)tH r 12 i
r 1 y ' lyeaUr's class will tta ve anl oppo'tim~-
ity to siptplemneit their' workc with
more practical alpplic'ation xxii cli is
b eing (carr'ied 0o1ilby cia 5.505in Water-
caun ynisitun oil Monday, Wednc"I-
day and lFriday. Coach Litl11h" hston-
' ducted this coin:mo since the middle o~f
SnJaaary. lle no he has been able to
t r ' oblt analine Upon Fthe foat ball prosa-
" i~pod s for the 1923 seasoni. Wt oi
~. 51)1131 g foot~)n ilbegis he will have ani-1
&' .__ ,....: . a ceutrate knowledge conce00rnming this
y ea r's material.#
('Itlii'y'R( be-rison In this Course (loacil Lit tie explain:;,
IC ia kly llobtert on, thae younlg \ itite t-1e f Lndtam.Ientals of the g4ame anmd has l
bien dealing with rawe recruits for the
Soxpienng 'O~ki \xhi illi~lia 0-moist part a] though :several1 ilnlbets
hit gamre last year', is rep1ort ld hold.-1 of tie Varsity have xworked under htin
ing ouit for miore do-ugh b~efor'e sign- Ihis yeari. Many of thle umuimbters of his
3ng his 1923 cont'ract. On top of thlis i class ini the theory of football have
news comes word that the New Yorkf also expressed their willin iless to
Yankees want him included withl Ed- spend sesveral hours au week in the aip-
die Collins anol Bib Walk ini the tong- jplication of their knowledge in W4at-I
'talked oif trade for Bob) -Metisel, Aaronl erunan gymnaxuitim.
Ward and Waite yt '-
Ilionl whot)have Ibeeni tsl(i to rept)(ittoiC It it's wortl flivrdsinz -it . v1 i's

lotit o ld 1t i l'et a

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( c~itLr Oscar B owxen , of he School
oF M uticnitg 10Wii meet 0ou'of the Varlsity t
t, lee tci ub.;, xwll hioillhone (of his tirsi
reohearsal s with the vocal Sect ion. c
the glee club tI his evenIing' in thle Un-
ion. Mba nry of the nrexx select ions"xvhic l)
the club xv will oft' on its spriung 1iri )
"Alli lt(' i'eiiraed tonight.

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Local to Becfiiuie P iii kappa 11Taat
IThe Pi iPau club, a local organ liza -
tion, has re °eivedl permission from tilt
Sezlae coiilite ilii d~IlIaf Tan,
naitionial rgetnal fraternity.

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service and sa"ving-s to them.

W\atermnan.gymniat. 1. oioekPridaly ef-
I eruuoon. Baseball fans are nlursiig'
the hope that somec unknown iof lun-
usual abiity will report entonraged y t ed a t ici m til!
this Yeiaagrea;'Kt turnou01t O()fCL'-j
br'yo stai's xviiil be loiok,"d for by Fishi-!
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vortk a-,dvertising in. the D IY 1.--Act.
SSA MW? ANYWHIEJ, BUT
EAT AT RXV
THIE CLUB LUN~CH
r 1I Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

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"SERVICE FOR PATRONAGE'$

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SCHLENKER'S HARDWARE

PHONE 554

213-215 WV. LIBERTY ST.

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A Carload of Pennsylvania
Vacuum Cup Tires Received
at Ann Arbor Railroad'
Buy your tires now while you cant get this high qua<.lity Eire'
and tube both at these low prices.

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7'M ACi MAR~K REG. U. !S.7AT. OFP.
GAERGINAt WID r
Look for the name "°E. Z.$
whien you buy a wide-web
garter.
It Wdntifei the geuine-the
patented garter th at has no slideg,
buckles oi- bthersome adj ustrnentg.
Itedal luxury and uuid comfort.
sSe to $1, eteryiw ere, in singtugrip and the
A. l-1rGri'p. and the I?.. Sport arter. Made !
softly Ly The Thos. P. Taylor Co., Bridgeport, Conn.
St hent "ASupplies Stor'e;,
. 1en In. rothIby leadingo
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'Yt AT 'I1110 DO A'ND I
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or 11 t iTl.t. le-ui, 1i itt
U Tlia iS i lue for 111*td {
M anld hortly of el ery rIc d-
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Spring Oxfords
Imported leathers ill smooth and
"rainecl finish. All sizes carried in
stock.
VWGE-I COIPAY
Jor iten c kSnce I&4f

3%3~Faf t'ie.
(Cord.
.fi"x Ft bile
Cord...

NW-tShoes!%Or
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high Nettletons...
' ~$13 and $14 values now
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Cotrd..
Cord...
C'ord...
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'33x.') Oer'size
:4x > Overize
35X5 Ovier'size
3 6)XG O.versi'ze
:I3is(; Oversize
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Cord ... 7.2,-
Cord.....X13."
C ord. ... X53.0

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To close out 5011)0 tire; p1rvitmshy bought of vmariious oilhet' Inane;
We offer~

30 x3 1-2 $5.90, $6.50,
othier sizes ins propiortion.

$6.9014

A T OUSR WINDOWS
nz of our Suits and Topcoats
Jou that we have the best
values in the cil y.

The above pices ar~e good f'ou' uraaFr'iday anid Sat uk '.t v
on(iily. Iitiee t tihbe deal viii en7d Saturday.

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