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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IHEL NXTON
4HL X tty Begis PreparationsFrDl
Meet; Rig Ten Showlng
creditable
LK OF SMI1Th AND BIIOOIEI
>RO ISES'MICH l)iR1« FU Ul'
chigan's Varsity track team re-
,ed Sunday morning from Evan-
where they took second honors
he annual Big Ten indoor'trackl
field meet and have started pr-.
tion for the next meet on the
verine card, that with Cornell on
28 at Ithaca
[though the results of the Confer-
meet at Evanston were not en-
:y satisfactory to the Maize and
supporters, the showing made by
Wolverine squad was quite cr ed-
le. The all-around ability of the
ois 'squad cannot be questioned
the Wolverines gave them more
petition than any other Confer-
team.
e Vrsity scored most of their
is from second and third places,
dlaily in the two field events, the
vault and high jump. They also
ed their' strength in the half
and 50 yard dash, taking two
es in each of these events
e feat of Brooker in the poe
t is worthy of considerable com-
t as is that of Ray Smith in the
jump. Brooker equalled the
Ed's record mark in his event by
ting 12 feet 10 1-2 inches but
forced to accept' second place
a Dean Brownell broke all exist-
records in the vault by going up
S feet 5-8 of an inch.
ith only two weeks of practice,
e last June, Smith leaped 1-2 inch1
r than any Michigan mnan hasf
done before when he made a
k of 6 feet 2 7-8 inches. Smith
Id be one of, Michigan's consist-
oint winners. MEllven also look-
;od in the same event jumping
In an inch of the mark s t by
teammate.
the :mile event Bowen kept up
L the leader for the. first half of
race but was unable to stand the
..He was not feeling well and as
as notreturned to An Arbor, be-
confin d to his home in Glrand
Ids because of illness. Da vis
ed up best for the Varsity in the
mile run but he was unable to
aup with the leaders.
seems probable that the half
will be Michigan's strongest
Lt in the distance runs with both
tke and Hattendort generally cer-
to gather points in each meet.)
tmen have Proven their worth
ng the past two seasons and
ald gather many points.
icugan's 'dash men took second
third places in the 50 yard event
)ugh both Wittman and Hubbard
their respective heats. Hubbard
Ayres, the winner, of the finals,
s trial heat in the same time as
which -won the event but neither
ior Wittman could beat out the
,sprinter in the final dlash.
e of the nice surprises of this
1 was the race put up by H-iggis,
hird member of the Varity das
Higgins failed to qualify in the
s but he was just a hair behind
s who qualified back of Hubbard.
iggins had been entered in the
r heat against Wittman and Evans
sprobable that he would have!
on the latter as the time was al
of 'a second slower.
ie hurdle event proved unortun-
for the Wolverines when Illinois
both first and second places,
ley' of Illinois, equalling the
Ed's record. Hubbard appeared to
ff form and failed to place at all.
JACKSON INJURED

'Sisler Takes It
.Easy In Initiali
GaineSin ce 1922,

CONFERENCE RAGE
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1ie,>, Ala13, March 27.-I\{anageil1IIUIUJLD
GogSilrof the:- St. Louis Jrowns
pyehiIis game sinc e Oc.tober BdesDefe-t0of Vhicaino IP'its l~ihil
19i22. today, an exhbtion affai <r 1"against (CF) Top With Fiz" r: etion
the Mo bile Sioulbern association'. team1 Court Squads
Sile 1ei~dfalteslyan a,, 'riiCui IN TII FOI{ SEC~~fi)N!);
rob~ ftocacsto make uspec- sPainH N IMUIDUAssi
tacuar catches of' foul balls by inter-_____
ference from Me~lanus, -rho, worked FNAL BI TEN STA'1NDI NGx
at second base.
lileI was P') fu ties and his . V. et. Ilsp.r
reccrM for the (ay was a fielder's 1Vhicano ........8S 14.£67 S1R 270
a ic , 1stikec out, a fly to left field ! Ilittois ........ 8 4 .6727 267!
and an ifedout, Fle tool;;thing j sicnsm......8 4- .647 27810-1
eay.nt xrtfg isefOhio State .. 7 5 .583 358i 322
lnhrn...... ., -t 9
PUPgWI inest... .. . C a. ;t:315 7 .117 )349 2,)1
TILII J~L I own...... .... 4 8 0333 ~22 :>
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Playinlacing 4sui abe mterit
for the caunhp c t; siwls i r peacm (U . e oiged
divsion o;f te l- mu adalAantOi,1w,*ienili
t murnament audy attnoi a oi ndI~in a e' lire
X~atrma gyltna~utn ~ l~I0~ agins thelmiw ods o in

.. _' -' . .'dilr he seaso n adin11 go)I
.pUah~~eteatc of Skinner
ci IPhtsah ,man whIo went on anmd
mat ane ec .i s(th ougou Tthe
attolc toa inumber 1'of likely
Ii ia i 1'd iat11= who-are ork1ing
l', - o ue hs nrIion, wfol
- 15 t;ai Lass lot, DBlaisn
1 to-at rur' illarde145ounthi
us~ ~~~1 esan ilimall fesn wll
- ,,2oT wi~ gaple r.fo
'1"e L 3oun clsswith Sncairbto
t'".xil ebcoyillIthe145epoun
tel erati.F 11e1(1 aler.andslo-
the al Ukery ookingheavyweight.
t Xir I I yAP)--Billia rds,
tit atplaye so long ago that even
Ia ;r1iu hve been baffled in their

P'aris, March I.-(B3y AP)-As a re-
su:it of' elimlination tournaments thatI
ha-ve been held throunghout Francel
slinCe' anul. gry 1, memblIers of the 1
F+i rrch Olympic comm,_ittee are op-,
timistic rega;rdling France's chances
in winning,; poinits in the Olympic
boxingevts
T1he finals from which the Olympicf
team will bie chosen will take place
in Paris larch 22, -when the mhen sel-
ected fromn the provinces will meet
h le best. the capital i able to put
forward.
1 le three most promising boxers
developed during the eliiination tour-
n-aments ar-e Jules Savignai of Charle-
yille, a lihteiht Wrd, a fly-
weight, and Henry Raymond, a feath-
er-weight, To reach the final; Savi-
gnac won 11 bouts, all of them 'by
knockouts. The Olympic regulation
of two two-minute and one four mi n-
lite rounds has been followed in the
elimination tournaments.
OLYMPIC FENCING CHAMP
FEARS YOUNG AMERICAN
T aris, March 17.-(By A.P.)- Tfhe
fencingr team that will repres ent the
U Unit ,iStatIes in the forthcoming,
Oly1'mpic compnjet.ition probably will in-
c ludle Alen B. Milner, at present one
of the- foremost fencers in France.
He is the son of the American consul
geneoral at Niagara Falls, Ont., and is
a pest graduate student at the Acad-
eitny ofl Medicine.
Ninrbegan fencing in 1920 and
Iwas runner~-up to Roger Ducret for the I
(I championVship L of France In1 1922. Ar-
mand MIassart, the Antwerp Olympic
camp ? lionl says the American has the-
q uickest thrust of any man he has meta
(luring1his 15 years' experience witu
the foils.
"FlJo is the man whom I fear most!
on3 m;y w~ty to a second Olympic vic-
tory," Massart said recently,

Three teams have an equal claim
to tihe Western Conference basketball
championship as a result of Wiscon-
sin's 30 to 14 victory over Chicago in
the last game of the season, Saturday
night. Tile triumph of the Badgers
brought about a triple tie for first
place, involving Chicago, Wisconsin
and Illinois. Michigan finished in
seventh place, having won six ,andl
lost six games.
Statistics show Ohio State to be
the strongest scoring machine in the
conference. The Buckeyes made 35,9
points, three more than were made
by Purdue. In the figures, Wiscon-
sin appears to be the best defensive
team because it held its opponents
to 2518 points.
Spradling of Purdue was first in
individual scoring with 50 goals and
28 successful throws from the foul
line, giving him a total of 128 points.
The 10 leading scorers:

Reilly wonth ~te ak n1917 n
with his reentranzceoto sho rce-
edt to win hack his formr lurls 'li
match-es were stirrinlg, hut the v icr
had the edge fronm the o-,0-1et and there
was never any doubt. as to who woculd
be the virtual winner.

exewce and lZack of wigh . h
('<."i .C l lto a 11-9 score.
thlose, wetigin Ithe(,145 en

HY UUAUKH M9lKER
All .ytidvnts Who Have Ever E~ngaged
lin Basketball Gamey Asked
To Report
3ILiL 1HOLD FIRST PRACTICE
l ~AT 7:30 O'CLOCIK TWN GHT
Coach Edwin J. Mather <<ill hold
the initial practice for all candidates
for neat :season's Varsity court five
at 7:30 o'clock tonight on the old
court in Watermian gymnasium.
Trhe Skipper inaugerated the after-
season practice sessions following the
1923 season in an effort to acquaint ~
himself with all potential Varsity
material on the Campus, These drills
also serve to acquaint new candidates
with M'vather's system of attack and
diefense and will aid them in master-
ing tale fundamentals of the game
which are so essential to basketball
playing.
The workouts will be held twice
eacli week according to present plans
and will continue as long as the wea-
ther permits, All members of the
Freshman class who have played bas-
ketball at any time are requested to
report as wvell as all students on the
campus who have previously turned
out'for the squad or have participated
i14 any of the Intramural tournaments.
B sketball players with a limited1 -
experience shouild not be discouraged
as only a limited number of Varsity-
squad members will return to school
next year and Coach Mather will wel-
come all material. Roy Deng, speedy
forward and guard on this season's
five, had never played as a member
of the Varsity squad until this sea-
son, which was also his last as h
will graduate in June.
fIIIES PREITPABES TO 'WOVE
IN PRESS BUILDING~ OFFICE~
Chimes, Michigan's literary and-
Campus opinion monthly, held a
house-warming in its new s~nctui.
in the Press building yesterday after-
noon, when copies of the March issue
were prepared 'for mailing. The offic--
es used previously by the Athletic
,qs-ocationi have been remodeled end
C himes: expects to move its headquar-
ters from the Union shortly.

_______ clim:. wi-seasily the usatingmi
The final game in lea gue 2 OF t hep n h t5 ihgan squad. ITsctEd :~
fraternity b1)sketlrll dvso ilh
played betw eena Theta Pi , ! WA- fRI
pha Tau Omega. at 7 o'c lkto nih. s WA. q1 ti
in Waterm-an gymna sium.

Player.
Spradling, Purdue...
Pesek, Minnesota...
Cunningham, Oh'io St...
IMiner, Ohio State ..
Haggerty, Michigan..
Eklund, Minnesota
Logan, Indiana......
JIanse, Iowa .........
Stilwell,, Illinois...
Dobbins, Purdue.....

F.G. F.T. Pts.

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40
44
-37
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"31
-34

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12
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29
22
28
18
27
29
23

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119
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102
100
99

Winner of the c ontest wi fighzt 1
out with Sigma Nu 1for th1,e.camps t00c
at 8 o'clock, next '1tum ida night.
Entries are comig i for the all
campus indoor tyi acl{m in ine res
ing numbers as the time, dtraw,; clo::er
participate, as well as other Tceafnamsno
Th°ial >fteIal-campus fou
shooting tournaent foi. those who,
failed to shoot last Woo~ik wilb 1)01(A1
atl- 7 o'clock, tonxgh in Waterma1 n I
gymnasium.
Class -athletic mazxnge rsshoud1c1r-
membler that th1e tm sdaii short
for the opening run o te class
bowling tcurnamen. Only az fewv
it is hoed.ha.moewll oin i
in order to mk h vrta l

th nctJelY ii0Io~. i-t heope eal ic
tot-i r Ectrle-ho l ;', ite.. in special There are no p0:. 1
409 ointmatces.lel~ o ad whn t
fc ,op asalugrlercod a pcn btI" 10-h11

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3origin, is losing
)pe. accoring . to
who attributeo this
ease of intere st in
ctiv°e records just
gaeof billiards
,orlias report that
of Anacharsis, the
tr, through Greece
in quest of know-
a "game analogous
hie liked it very
Dre, king of. Ire-
century, is _known
Al him 55 billiard
po0ols and cues of
Billiards became
during the reign

Group 2 Tlies For
Bowling Laurels,
Group 2, by winning the bowling
tournament in the freshman league,
jumped into a tie for first place with
Group 10 in the All-freshman group
athletic league. The victorious pin
team is made up of Wolters, Spears,
-Nolan, Lanp and Paeplow.
*Group 7 captured, the basketball
title last week. The winning team was
composed of Dougherty, Austin, Gas-
been. Andrews, McKelvey, and Schick.
Group 6 with Hornberger, Jekel,
JTarloff, and Moore ran off with the
relay race.

f classes affair.

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lx'd wl h-hexatchodo
the tr CkS -at whern:n g nts ue
eight lap melas tr el t7:15
oihmakin4g the six beist time s Jin te po-
lim'inaries. Phil SigmaKpai h
favorite, although it is5~si~eta
sonic of the other °teams wiil increase
their former records.
Fraternity wrestling will lbe-con
tinued at 7 o'clock tonight in WAter;-;
man gymnasium.Atiic aner
should get in touchwt ieIta
mural office today for tonigts eeil
utle.
'Peter Botcher, freshmen wrestling-
coach, is getting a num ber of the;
iyearlings in shape for the annual !
freshmen wrestling tournament which
will start soon.
,Donnie Mack says the Athletics will1
finish seconid and that th. e Ya , ._,,,,
will have a battle on thei'rhnst
keep the Macktnen ot o i t ltC
Whereupon six ball cluP's andnsil
seven, tremble inl thei- 1)ors,J <

atty ftll i hen le'vlb eling
orastrvonggym(.1lpe n li
iOWA1 EFEATSINOIY
and lost to the Iowa Koamin t
Secondw.ith178 pintsl, ani d AIl Mi~
Uli'177 pi nt. PTyl antd .t-k1 n
hem y:}CS; fo1 awed ith l117,3 point s I o
The total for- Aie teamwaMSi
uinsd i;,a icto ry ora l _ ian
the score,,of 1867 to 176

Spring. Oxfords
now in Stock
$13.50
Jor in c 9 Since 1iPe

Alumnus Donates
Scholarship Fundi
lt.ckc'7t of a gift of $1,000 front3.
)".r 1-eP indleCy, '8,of lyria, 0 #
wain nnounced yesterday) b T~y the Uni-
versity.
M7Ar idleyt's donation wtas made in
memoy ofthelaw class of 1908. Thef
inicome c'Cr)uing from the fund is to
h;e givcn anually to a: stuident in the
soecond year law class on the- basis
of staniding in both schlrsh "ip? and l
chara cter.
Daily classified for real results,
I 'Showing at Al~enel Hotel,
Ahrsnn Arbor, Michigan I
} Thurs.and Fri.. April3 and4
ICLOTHES FOR THE COLLEGE MAN

The probability is that Jack Kelleh-
er will get first crack at the third base
job -pith the Boston Braves. The
death of Norman. Boeckel in an auto
accident, recently,_ left a big hole in
the Brave infield. Kelleher, obtained
fron the, Cubs by the waiver route,
seems to be the best. man available for
the job right now.
Gold Footballs Awarded
Hanover, N. If., March 17. - Gold
footballs were awarded to 20 men on
the 1923 Dartmouth football squad re-
cently.

Notre Dante, IMarc-l17._,- __ot ,re
Dame's freshmlan track twun was d
s -,;_c" by the Kalamazoo X~lii er

"Jimmie the adtaker" sells ayl n
quick ly.-Adv.

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1H. Jacks;on, anl assistant in the
'c speakintg departmlent,wa
tly injured Sunday -when heas
;k and knocked down by an ato~
ain street. Jackson fell baetweecn
wheels of the car, which pazsse I
hIM, and suffered :nmerous I
bruises and cuts. Eyi e Witn, s'-s.0
that thle car wras pm.o(-C0cIng at
od rate of_ speecd.
kson's c(ladss-es vw'il cond1tinue to't
unIder a subtit4uteintrctr
CASH IN O
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PERSO.N ALITYI'I

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- The Hinge-Cap is the insignia of Williams
SS having Cream and of Williams only.
You'll notice three things about Williams
every time you shave. 1. Williams lather
is heavier and holds the moisture in against
the beard. Quicker and more thorough
softening takes place. 2. Williams lather lubri-
cates your skin - your razor. actually seems to
"glide" the hairs off. 3. Williams lather leaves
the skin in marvelously fine condition. No matter
how frequently you shave, your face stays cool,
smooth and comfortable.
You'll enjoy every shave with Williams. It is
a pure, natural-white cream without any artificial
coloring whatsoever.

"Jimm-ie theFttad te " ri4Isellaythi-'ii
flq Iikly .-.'!V.
ayr; yr
Mrarch 21.
FrmNt oOe
Whrt Orche istr'),a?.

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Atwater Kent Sets and Parts
r ,Its Prove Their Superiorit
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from materials approved by ex-
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