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3OER PEFOMU. Of D.Fails o.X
ante Grid Coach.
T 0 MThe athletic board of the Tniver-
TOMOROW N6Hcity of Detroit. failed to select a grid-
______iron mentor, for next year at a meet-
Second1Annua~l Boxing Carnival to be 'ing held, Frday night jor that, specifici
H04 in 1Watermnan Gymnasium proe
I1),TedSullvanThe board was in session for three
_yTdSlia and a half hours in constant debate
)UTSDERSA'-N) LOAL -1E and finally, disposed of the matter by
FTTILLERS OAN LOFAL BOTET'Scompiling a list ten coaches which
FILLPROQAM O 10 OUTSis to be sent to all students and alum-
Several months of intensive train- ni who are to vote for their choice.
ng illbe ulmnatd Mnda nihtDuring the meeting an attempt was
y the second annual boxing show to md oscr h evcso w a
e held at 8 o'clock in Waterman gym- tionally known coaches but both men
asium under the management of approached refused to consider any
~oach Ted Sullivan, Twenty mit art- offer. The two coaches were called
sts will mixed in half as many bouts, by long distance telephone.
hreeof hic wil bingoutide The list of ten includes the follow-
tire f wic wll rig otsdeing names: "Steamer" Horning,
fghters into the ring.
This will be the second opportunity Francis Jacks, Xen Scott, Mel Ed-,
;ven Ann Arbor fans in the last year ward, Joe Brandy, Joe Brennan, Jim-
~ se a ealy hgh cassamaeurmy Duffy, former Coach Richards, of
coxing tourney and it is expected that Wisconsin, John Dowel, and Prentice
large crowd will be present. The Douglas, former Michigan star.
iurpose of the show will be the same
.s that of last year's, namely to pro-Trl
note interest in the sport among the
sight is a success the public is assur-
d of a number . of similar affairs in
he near10uture
The weights -will range from FO9HID
ounds to better than 175 and variety aer11ontIiCnfece ee
ill be a featur e of the program. Two On rda;Gw trsWh
4? pounders from outside the city will O- rda;P;w:as Wt
et togetherin' one bout while Small I___
rid Dickinson, both proteges of Ted, M~ICHIGAN RFLAY SQUAD WINS
'ill have it out in the light-weight af- FROM1 INDIANA AND CHICAGO
air. "Red" Myers, of Detroit, and
fart, of Michigan, will fight at 1 3 Michigan's Varsity swimming team
ounds while Michaels, of Detroit, and finished in a tie for third place with
arcowitz, both weighing 125 pounds, the Iowa tank squad with 11 points
ill start in the third bout, employ- in the annual Western Conference
g outside talent. swimming meet held Friday at Chi-.
Two other lightweight battles will cago.
.ke place between Walker and Handy Northwestern university's stellar
nid Nagy and Sklar.. Hall and Slus- aggregation of swimmers romped off
er are scheduled to clash inin a 125-.1 with th~e initial. honorsh,.,duplicating
ound fracas. Bloom and Kamin will~ their feat of last year, rolling up a
irnish the first of a pair of middle- grand total of 192 pointe.
'eight bouts whil~e lleAhnie and Gow starred :for the Wolverines,I
myser are e'xpected to furnish the gathering four points by virtue"'of al
- 1second place in the hundred yard I

TELEGPH-IC MEE1T
C4ttelI Hoyt's Proteges Trani 1111n1 ByI
Score of 52 1.2 To
37 1.2
STUART MARiES GREAT IIEAVE
OF OVTER 45 FEET IN SH1OT
Michigan's freshman track, squad
came through with a victory in their
telegraphic meet, with the Illinois
yearlings yesterday afternoon, winning
by a score of 52 1'-2 to 37 1-2.1
The meet resulted in some excellent
records on the part of both aggregat-
ions, and .each team scored two slams
taking all three places in a pair of
events. The Indians walked away
the hurdles and the pole vault while
Coach Hoyt's men repeated the per-!
formance in the two mile and theI
shot put. In the latter event, Michi-
gan 's yearlings showed excellent
form. Stuart won with the remark-
able' put of 45 feet, three inches,
while Munz and Lovette took care of
the other two places.
In the pole vault. Barnes of Illin-
ois soared to 12 feet, an excellent re-
cord for a freshman. Northrun 'of
Michigan showed fine form in the run- i
nineg broad jump which he copped with!
a leap of 22 feet, three inches. Briggsj
had things his own way in the two
mile, coming in ahead of the field in,
10 minutes, eight and two tenths
seconds. Baker and Stoddard took
second and third respectively, leav-
ing the Illini out in the cold.I
50 yard dash: Hester and Leschin-
sky (M) and Sullivan (I) tied for
first. Time 5.6 seconds.
50 yard low hurdles: Ewert (I)
first, Leonard (1) second, Merigold'
(I) third. Time 5.8 seconds.

"BIL1L" UILLIFE.R DONATEfS
SiTFS IFO Foil:IER SCHOOL
PawN Paw, 'Mich., March 15.-
E(BasebalL. uniforms that have
j draped the forms> of such nota-
bles as Grover Cleveland Alex-
ander, Bill Killifer, Bobby Hart-
nett, and the Messrs. Cheeves,
Keen and Dumovich will be wornI
ithis year by the Paw Paw high
school team. The uniforms-theI
same as were worn last year by
the Chicago National League
Iteam-have been presented to the
local school by William Killifer,
Jr., the "Bill" Killifer who man-
Iages the Cubs. Years ago Killi-
fer played on the high school
Iteam here.
440 yard dash: Douglas (M) and
I Wilson (1) tied for first, Courter (I)
fthird. Time 53.8 seconds.
I880 yard run: hart (M) first,
Pfluke (M) second, Werner (I) third.!
'Time 2:02.1.
Mile run: "McElwee (I) first, Jung
(M) second, Flornberger (M) third.
'Time 4:34.8.
Two mile Run: Briggs (M) first,3
Baker (M) second, Stoddard (M) third.
Time 10:08.5.
Pole Vault: Barnes (1) first, Seed
(I) second, Keene (I) third. IHeightj
12 feet.
High Jump: Weeks (M) and Rothj
(M) tied for first , Ewert (1) and Kea-
ton (I) tied for third. Height 5 feet,
11 3-4 inches.
Broad Jump: Northrup (M) first,
!Ewert (I) second, Meislahn (I) third.
Distance 22 feet, three inches.
Shot Put:' Stuart (M) first, Munz
(M) second, Lovette (AM.) third. Dis-3
tance: 45 feet, three inches.
Total points: Michigan Freshmen
52 1-2, Illinois Freshman 37 1-2. I

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art yesterdlay morning at the ; fA T ~P~TA~BOARD

Wuerth tlieater. No advso as
charged, and the entire theater was
filled with boys, representing all of
the Boy Scout troups in the city.

h3 %A1'tL .'- )i1 V It 1k LUAJL. OIL yJ I' I
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just the thinig. See Schaeherle.&
Son, 110 S. 'Man St.I

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SPEC'IAL SUNDAYLm
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IHot Waffles ............. .25c
with sausage ............35c
Special Fruit Salad........30c
Lemon Cream Pie......... 15c
1Chocolate Nut Cakce........15c
Sandwiches, Salads
Hot Coffee, Tea, Milk"
ARBOR FOVJNTCAIN
315 S. S'tate
OTICb
John P. Trojamnowskd who for 18
years had, been the proprietor of The
Ideal Barber Shop is now with his
brother, Julian R. Trojanowski at the
U. of M. Barber shop 1110 S. Univer-~
sity. Both Brothers will be pleased
to meet their old and new friends.
USED CARS.
OVERLAND '20 Touring; newly over-
hauled, good paint, five brand new
tires. '24 license. Student must
sell. 1363-J.

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LOOK$FOR THIS NAM~

yard~ swim. Wiiinghain swain to a
third place s and -two!ponts,. In the
The Wolverines captured their final
points by winning a sensational race':
fromn Indiana and Chicago in the relay.
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"Jimmie the adtaker". sells anything~
quickly.-Adv.
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