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March 20, 1924 - Image 6

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And S haffer 'Will Meet 'in
Biiard Match At Union Tomdorrow;

Allsi derwho are lintfeet-
edi enis:oU ee t it 7:30
I s Ur lL:u f l , zJk ri lc in i chigan T
i'iI V 'uerta 1111 AtL'EhrlOl 'ich.o~I~inn o Cijiee

Corner NMeet on,',rh2
The squad is also eginning to look
forward to the outdor season. Fol-f
lowing the Cornell meet on March 29
the team will have' a rest until ptil!
19 when ,it will enter upon the stiff-
eat schedue that a Milchigan squad
has had in a number of years. On that
(late the team will journey to Law-
rence, K'ans., where it will ble enter-I
ed in the, 1(axxtsas relays. The nextj
week-enidGthe Penn relays will take
place at, Philadelphia and a 'large
niumber of r~resentatives will be
sent from ;Michigan..
At the; same time the, rake relays
will takreplace at Des.Mines an sev-
ral members of the, squad will prob-
ably take, part in them. O)n May, 10
07. S. U. will come up to Ann Arbor
for ,,.,dual meet and on the following
S itdy the Wolverines .will go to
Urlina, for another dual affair with
tie Illni. The next week-end the Con -
forqz cenPet'wll be held in Chicago.
hllnf' fhow ;Strength
Several things were made evid-
ent at the indoor Conference
W j'i if i ' ill have ';a 'rect
"e '".te otdeoarseson.p
s~ha'ded' itself ~great agregaL<
F n In winning the meet although itj
pto gain as many points as'
l~ti~hgan did in the s me met last year
'"hen the-Wolv'ej ~w1ac the Intcldis~
P3z2.-2 to 21 1-4 Ants f~i_°.
~~ach Gill's team wil be greatly
74e enforced 'when the AU't 2Jilbs
rqund for outdoor trck' spe illY
~~e_ weight departments. Angers,
v&nixrcan, champion javelin thrower,
Y Schldhauer will both be able to'
"~t the wand better than 190. feet
tothe latter is also n adpt with
1the discus. The Ilini 'also °PromIse
°tp .,be fairly strong in, the hammer
throw and will be powerful in every
depa rment except the half mile run
in which they are notably weak.
If Michigan is to beat out the Illin-'
ois -squad 'in the outdoor meets a good
amount of improvement must be made
by the members and because of the
weakness which will threaten Mich-
1WA in all' of the exclusively outdoor
events except the broad jump it is like-
ly that the Wolverines will again have
a hard fight to take first place. How-
ever, the Michigan squad will be after
the, Illini scalp from now on and
ddlls men, will be forced to do their
best to dpwn them. I
Ne. sFrom spring
Trainhing Camps
Athledles Win
Philadelphia, March 19.-'With the
syxe 6 tq4 against them the.Phila-
delpia regulars staged the first ninth
inning' rally : of their spring training
season. and won from the Yaniigans
yesterday, 7 to 6 at their camp in
lvtntgomery, Alai. The Yannigans
failed to 'score in their half of the inn-
Many Injured
St. Louis, Mo., March 19.--The St
Louis Americans' hospital list. grewI
yesterday, wheni Pat Collins, catcher,
slit his right thumb baring and dis-'
locating the joint.. The wund will
beep himwout of the game at least two
weeks it is feared. Syl. Simlon, struk
o~ the lie,#ai '#i a bat and Ed Cutting
Unto Blood Poisoning
'Cleveland, 0., March 19.-Rube Lut-
z1 e, Cleveland 'Indians' third base-
nn has a slight attack of blood,
poiisoning, according to advices from {,
ti~e Lakeland training camp. It re-l
ste d from a blister on his foot.
Mrs. James C. Dun, ower of the,
Indians and the only woman major
ltugue lulb owner, is at' l1akelad fr
a "two weeks' visit.

NWillie H'oppe, holder of the 18
whien Schaefer held the crown, wil
match of 800 points, played in' tw

The annual all-campus wrest
tournament will be held next Tuec
and Wednesday :lights at Water:
Entries have been coming in rat
slowly for the' pant week, but ti
laid inore. to the lack, ofjnews tf
evcopt than to the lack of h.k
wrestling on the campus.
Coach' Barker,.'Varsiry'' wne '
coach, will referee al,of c4:£h' b
and incidentally .-w ilt o s 4lii s ip 4,i'y n'°4 L
There are seven different clayA~~
iwhich contestants' can compee,,,
though a man will not be all4ivi'
participate in moresthan one y
Further~ particulars concerning-.
"event and imany ruings .whli '?
apply to each rout are on the =m
bulletin boardl in Waterman gy4 l
m ICobb's Outfield '~
To Stayf ImM
Latest reports from ,thle t a
camps are thlat the Tiger outfield
be the sanme as that used most of
season; Heilmanmin right, Cobb
center, and Manush in 'left.' Wir
who was a sensation, in* the Inter
tional league, is Cobb's "ace in
hole", to fill any of these gaps.
It is generally believed that >w'
Cobb retires from active participa'
in the game, Manush will be shit
to center and Wingo will be sent
left. Manush's natural position
centerfiold wvhich he played with
Omaha club of the-'Western lea,
before coming to Detroit.
.There is nothing 'at the Augu
ca~ip to indicate that Cobb is re:
for the bench. He appears to be
the besit possiblo p'hysi'cal' conditi
and is playing 'with' all the vigor A
has 'characterized his years in.
ganized 'baseball.
Stanford, Calif., March 1,9. - F
Stanford tennis players will leave
June 1& for A'ustralia'where they
meet teams from several Austral
universities and sport associations
eight different matches. Thp:'f
men to take the trip will be selec

TA (dm g' T en q ii y' ______________________________ l" ~iS ud; ike to
I' h4 ~ ~ ' rI~~iInr~n ni~rnnReport Monday
PliE ~> t~tI Il Ifidi ~~IL I BA BAfLL SQA~D) hPES TO'
1FINAL HOME!'WARIf) BOU'ND it it, rrfw 1T E~ I~f OEOT 1 ~OSS
The spring training tour of te111NLII1ini
Dleroit Americans opens at Maon, __ Although te space frmerly occ-
Ga.,tody brngig t a vrtul,(lt 1'1members-ofthe 'iger squadtied by the basketball floor has been
d hep rid ofine sie limbering z}I) o inz training at Augusta, Ga, use cleared and raked over, it must stll be
training~ that has occuIpied the (itbbW1teir left arm in throwing, while 15 1 graded and rolled before the Varsity
men at their Augusta campx. 1pleer bat from their let shoulders. baseball squad can use it for infeld
Toot iI'enini '"r ,.. a. st u ~tetouthlpaw~s are pitchers, practice. This work will be finished
h":".r+ <:}sw sfurnshes the Tigers' Ol)postioflinl to- Itwo of .te renauider are first sack- by the end of the week.
'i :. .. , *f xmorrow's game, as well as in amies J o'; and the sventh i an outfielder. This alteration of the original plans,
/ ~to be pilayed next wieek: in 'a rn- The lif# hand atters represent near- w hihi povidedfor te ldying out of
Of; strmning tur o% the Carolinasi:. trevey department of the game, andte imn foueyserawl
A sside from one gam e Fiday of tbbi nchlde some of the bst batters n the ce Fisher'smecofndtthus
[w°;vanahanda gae Mrch,.> : .1. ;vla ts ho eped o ther Inalbatng practice until the wor k-
At.ant,cteTgrswl'(i'oei icn' re Erl Whitch ll, Wllam TeCandidatesaesatn otr
- jq, l ,1etotie'attlenton Tr e noYext te iThYS mythe, Bert Cle, and Seraphine John of the routine work inside the cage,
) e 0l tothe1CaDano tdm "~ pitchers; Lou Blue and John ad are looking forwiard to pratice
frm(aaa ae ilb laved rr s~in ad'Hnywhere their efforts will not 'be so
8. baflne billiard title for the past 18 yearswith the .excetion of one ear Kiin uusta. a.,Grc-c'vile, s. C. _ u.., 'these, fou Her capd h amwahro h
p. p fir: ,., r } 1 I~~~~~~anusi,. 'outfielder. f'teforcapd Thwrm eterfte
il meet the latter tomorowv afternoon and eening at thre Union int an exhibitionif tintau-Salem,, _Greenboro, liale,4gd. ay 'be considered regulars le ~5 e asi eiighp fgt
Vo blockcs of 400 points each. '' ' annd hrlott, <. !' Whitehil, Cole and Manush. -ting out of doors within two or three
? T~le. Iigrwill :acmot eir n
- m,, r' 1 rjhe lay rs ho at left handed ,weeks. tpresent the iamnd 'oes
p fomallvasit, on-arity ~ . ter'rutcd.r1"rgining at Atmusta from ire PIassler, catcher, 3uie, second J not look any tbo p romisinglbt with
-8A EBAL-.~Mrh2't pi'2 aig' hr .l<2mo' ], bb, Mansh rew, Wing, 1the help of the warm Win now p r-"
freshman players vho :compete, in a [oayitote aroius to 'meet ".;i };Cl, isn Wi 'l viig I hud eI baeb h
Grenod,21a;'Ahe C~yieGoter;.J.ne, thir firtw eekgin Aprld e i. hp b h
rating tournament,foainot now in progress}Grenoo, .,:;April an f>cc'ytr~,Erd rcYes oe hr
T ueN . h olwn s.Te iO finer nildr n Bu rywek inpril
Svl " "I t a hf_ 1I~t4 I te eun oteAgrt ap .:un.« both ofwhom swng frail 3mainder of t'ewe~ estan expets tre
\~(bi pril '7 the Tigers tart the playing ane sde fthlpat.reot o ta.Hs kvee andsexpecsto
~ tu hat eventually vwill h ing thm" n etl'rsdbfuh lte et Moda.ll bneei stllstff
O~o~ ~? a k t p e s li~iAP ~ CLSH IGM el CI ie U l Ptronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv. end of the week.
.,.1 T1"I : IinauigUi.-
J.1I'ze Job L 4head honorsin the chledle for the i:' that be-
&ins H Iaving wntginstalhnosinte with the breaking of campzi
gal t's up to one of Cleveland's threeI semi-final leag ues -df the fraternity Ar7 followtis: ' ,atA i - O U
Ian ,catqhiers-Glenn M4yatt, ILuke Sewell la ketball tournament, Beta Theta Pi lanta. i
or Al1 Walters-to maintain the prey i-ad Sigma No (fwill meet at 8 o'clock April 8---Cincinnati [Reds; at ~irm- l1"' AN K " I7 1
.tige the club always has had in the .
ther matro acrn. 'tonight in Waterman gymasim toinla,-Ah.~. L Id
s s~Cleveland seems always to have had ideide tile championship. :. pr .., ... nt Rd a Cit : :)AliA-
th6! a brilliant 'a'n', behinid the plate. Tile The conet it is edYto be .nrl Tenni~d a li
st ft olid timem i'X116e11tyll ~i 'tat'Deaelotiril ~.he ' Yi o2h 'tegi ning to 'end ahli ?'r~l ,''. Ir...&-iv... " _e, . '
Jim White was a sweet patootie catch-. promises to be fairly even, as b h land. Tenrin " -'"' 'XV YORK
ling er. Doc Kennedy helped write some 'teals are confident of victory. ' M~fll IN .t1Di tl. WydCsvtlnx
'O thrilling baseball chapters behind rile I:igmia Nu is certain to fight to ie y J=ii..,. .,.. , ~' ,"
_'. plate in the old park. He caught with',a.xm ' ,- ',
asas avictory will mean a titd'"".ApzjL 12 l->-Miup~s.., t._ '- Men 'U' ew"
dzh bare hands, too-.har s t1lat puff- successive :amipionship for they, Tenn. w r" 'a°-
n. edlup and turned into, l o ids g v hov 4 " a'. Theta Pi bezsides be ig Apr' m hsr.4epi bi ;" .1 'uExhi132r3
,before the game ende,,~l w 4ieleilInimsi) e~s e
Sthe job the-next day. the points to retain a good hold 1' n
Jack O'Connor needs no introdu t- frs ,c' inhe ~ccforthe rIa x
ze ion to tm l tmr.I 'if'be ~nitll all-around athltic ffiei l-
a ii among by personal friends Chief Zim- cup. 1 311 STATErS REE
ln ' mrthe man who coldturn back the IThe probable line-u izs as~f;,llov;: ' . -.g.p yy omlSSa 1"" + .
widontebae. v lacri = .i . She z z ~A recor dxw:. I St mn ) _1III13II!IlzniiimiUZUWWWWII1e ,>~l1U I
Later there was NigMre .F 40u4urlcrC'Xa y.
set a league record in batting with la Neisch C.Plkt-
..358 average while catching some 50 Martin LGJ(Item iii 'e camuci on mLii Sootrg ouu1
,odd games in 1906. Steve O'Neill Nixon R.G. Rajtb anment wining the chai nit K"~
- over a span of 12 active campaigns,I Between hal~w s of'the drampionshli Spclisd a.' 9 ro v 11
nwon for himself thi re tation of be- gm ter ae'i frtpein ,8 4o"on~ '~
i1 ~ins one of the gr "aest;catchers, the ,Sate iit . e fti lap relays ,will }be lialj'I The former record for this eve~~;
'game ever produce~ ar after' yezMarbtween Phi Glammza Delta and P'hi' was held.,by, Lorah ' hio' male 8;5ii
last' he ran Ray Schalk a race for'back- SimY ap. 91aliwo h hmpori o
'in stopping honlors. He is without an( Phi Gam ma Delta i s defending thef thazt season.
ago, eqital at blocking a runner-cutting ( title which they won last year, but a: e =- -
na siks ndal-fomhdieplate. a l2ite shaded by their opponrentsa1 DAILY CLASSIFIES BRIMG
the Yes, Myatt, Sewell and Walters. have irm Signa Kappa has nmade tie bestI BIG RESULTS- -
hnsome prestige to maintain. time o far. ONtiLlITL++' NIVSTMfELT
Freashman .Battery
the - I ,,-
tge Coach Mather, Freshman baseball
guenentor, ha's issued a call for pitchers '
r. and catchers to report to the Yest r t . --
asta -^ .oseo.Mona fenonf~ - ~
y "t he 'rima' ''dhto the season. 'I L'ring t to ur new branh office Press Bilding
As' inA pre !& year'slbat er will lbe ' ' tnic'A
inincha'r'ge of the yearling diamond a'iy*ny bketween 7:00A M. and 8:00 P . If
hat 'squad adi is epce fromtreors I you bring t In befre 8:30 you ma, have it the same
or- that the first-year men will place a. day Im,
'f'formidable team on the field. The I ~I I y
'.1 ~er of men wvho have made names for'Ia "
i n themselves while representing their I l
will, high and prep schools on the diamond. . ''e'llI garnteaouto.s
in LY CAiaIFaDS BINGu satisactionFabrcs
s in ' D IL C AtSIIEDSBR"N 1 ' restored to 'their original .lustre. Lining aid trimiigs'
"our BIG RESULTS- I- like new. No grease. No odor. ,Nothing injurious
ted( ON LITTLE INVESTMENT I- otefns arc
a q.
--"-'--1 !1' w ill. be pressed ,b yan eprt who takes pride in

hold its press longer. Youll take more pride in your
- appearance.
dewdot of [.q,, d
' '".W.ae able to do tis beas e use olotern
R S E E FR&r ',' 'euipmnet,' the bhest that is manufactured.. One trial will
!-: 5Michia Daiy Says -"The show moved with -a s at arzesa convince you of its superiorit. We're sure ofth at.
.i\.. 'tivedwhich would have made : professional show envious."
shie Boady wih Contrasting Yv re
and Skirm Trim
March 18, 19,209 21, 22 TeewnsU
:d «5 E Uptown '238.
ds .5 Dohvntok'n - 16

..The h
Silver Grey and W.
Collar c

11 Price

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