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11 1 s H ,9 S 9 ~m gsFr('il's 'Iearn Finishes Vreparal loll.I3For M mmoth T ack EvT E AMO XT O
Coach Farrell, Coach Hoyt, 2 a th- Coach Sullivan's boxers. will start
lutes, a, manager and a trainer will intensive training for the boxing show
(nlhark at 8:45 o'clock this morning next week. It is impossible to mime
j~f~ 'ampigl wler Hw xiiientl'the tcontestantswho illvtake- Daxrt.1

Annapolis, Ald., Feb. 26.-Ac-
cepting a general invitation of
the cadets here to be their guest,
Paavo Nurmni, famous Finnish
dlistance star, -paid a visit to his
future hosts here today.
Nurmi took time between his
appearances here and in Wash-
ington to allow authorities to
jshow him over the campus and
Iplant of the academy. He was
shown the gymnasium, athletic
Ifields5, and other points of inter-j
est. In spite of his naturally

Out Of Game

for Cliampaign where they will enter

the ]111B1oys Rea y tomorrow. '0. te
squadI will take a bus from the Yost
- i(Alt house to Milan and from there
proceed on the Wabash' to Champaign,
arriving there at 6 :05 o'clock thisl
evening. They will startlback ealy,
Sunday morning, arriving in Ann Ar-
bor Sunday afternoon at 2:28 o'clock.!
Yesterday the whole team was sent
through a light workout as Steve
thinks it advisable that the men do
not exert 'themselves for they will
not have a chance to limber up be-)
fore the meet in Urbana. Yesterday'sI
final workout wound up a two months
periodl of steady training in prepara-
tion for thie Illinois Carnival.
Some of the best competition will
be met by, the Wolverines tomorrow
night and1 they can reaily meet it for
all the men are in the best of condi-
tion and~ runing in ine form.
T.1he programi this year is divided as
usual into two pats, one consisting;
of the prelimuinaies in all the events'
whlich will be held in the afternoon,l
while the other which includes the
fails in all the evets and the re- J
lays is to take place (uring the even-
The sllad which leaves this morn-
ing is 8ne cf the likeliest point win-
iHrs that Michigah has turned out in
years andl if all the performers are up
to standard they should make an ex-
cellent showing.
No official team scores will be tak-
en of the Carnival as it is individual
showings that are counted. However,
he amount of points a team piles ill
i; watched with interest as it shows
how any particular institution s ans1
up with the others entered.
Gecorgetown has enteredI a crack
two mile relay and if they can per-
form on the cinders in the same man-
ner as they have on the boards there
is little doubt as to their copping this
event. 1However, the change of track
may effect thenm to some extent.
Michigan's four mile relay looms
up) as the sar quatet, for every man
is capable of' doing aroundI 4:30 and
a teaim averaging this wii unoubted-r
ly breast the tape a winner.
Witman the only man entered in
the (lash is travelling like a whirl
. windl in practice and1 conditions being
favorable hie is sure to cop the 715
yardl (ash.
There is no doubt as to Hubbard's
showing in the broad jump. In prac-
tice the other (ay the Olympic cha-
pion too0k a short run and leaped light-
ly for a distance of 23 feet 6 inches.
H ubbard can also 1)e counted on to
g arnish a few points in the hurdles.
It is predicted from the class ofi
competition enteredl in all the events
that the times made will compare
favorh ibly with the sectional records
andl in some cases even with the na-
tional ones. /
Carpentry Shops
Equilpment Moved
To provide more space and greater
' efficiency in operation, equipment in
the carpentry shops of' the buildings
and grounds department is being re-
aranged. A new table type variety'
Saw which arrived yesterday is to be
installed this week.
Tf he0hop are now uner the super-
vision o T C. Thompson, expecrt cabi-
net maker, of Manitowoc, Wisconsin.j
He succeeds M. V. Brown, who for
three years was head of the shops,1
and nowv is superintend~ent o the mills -
of Andrew I. Sisian company 0oflDe-
New iHaven, Conn., Feb. 2;.-ore
than 500 alumni ret urned to New
"- haven for' the twelfth annual ttluinimi
(ay celebration. The new meical
,building provided. by thle St ering
foundat io, was (ldili(ait(d.
Rhetoric theme ]'och er,,, whch ha~e
tbeen provitld in thle iling r1.oom - in
Angell hall, ar being nt into use I
this xeek. Approxini t ely 3;60) id i-

victual lockers are pi ovidedc, each w Nithl
a comniIation lock of' ifs own.
It's Unique,
March 5, 6, 7


l~i ~ aL .l , wtv ' I Ln reticent manner, the celebrated
as wvas lone last season, because ofE
the increased interest shown in box- athlete appeared to take a keen-,adtelm nitrs nteponso i or
ing, and the large nt~~g nber of me itretinh Pit f i or
who 'have takenf up the sport. TheG
seven men 'who will take part in the
show will he determined "b the elin-
ination tourney, which will be heldUIU
a weep before the show.
The Michigan State Boxing tourna- n
ment, which will be held ii1 Detroit
this week-endj will have five boxers
are the best in their weight that -
"Sully" has under- imn, and all -are . Varsity Tank Squad To-1eetStrong
expected to make a. creditable show- I Hoosier Outfit Here
ing in the tourney. Skinner who is {Tomforrow

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n* d Ieiw~1eElr, Wrll .e Othe C IV1est TTV.
Michigan man entered in the meet.I WOLVERINES CONFIDENT::.
Other fighters who have been enter-
ed are as follows: Smyser as a welt- MihgnsVritwmigta
erwveight, McLive and Zivic as light- Milhl(t atl~atc hsatr
-wl weightssthestattertwas runnerfupri
t wighs, he attr as unnr u' i jnoon, in preparation for the Indiana'
thne Olympic b~oxing tryouts, and Walk-I meet here tomorrow. The Varsity,
er as a featherweight. Coach Sul- i'ehfo hi wnoe h eI
livan intendledl toenter "Red"~tMyers;j ling squdadwt itre gis ;: " ::::>::.{
who competed for Detiroit Ju-nior col - qaadwihvitrisagis
leels esn btwskitfo the Chicago and Wisconsin aggrega- i R
doin sothe astminue b a pin~tions, are confident of a win, although W
doin s th lat mnut bya plmthey expect a stiff blattle from thle i
fil injury] the lightweight received inHose.lidlm ya
practice. t The Indiana team is strong in, the- iVlc( big in's gea4'r wllh otroi
Whenactie trinig strts e~t40 and 100 yardl free styles, the breast-01telnl)hnteVaiyhok
wek llofth bxrswil e uto stroke and' backstroke events, uip with Wis~consin tomorrow night._ca
a regular scheduile. Road work and Zaiser andl Moore divide the work in iiii.il.owx'ei
pucigtebgone day, and Bales- thdahsaueaktoe h~l ~ 11 to an ijr.Howv, he is e'x-
thednchingdbacsthee wbagFie jected to be reedly for the Indliana
thencs ad boing he nxt xilh ro-ber and Burkhalter will carry thef game M~onday night; at Bloolmingf 01. er
bably be the program. I hopes of the Hoosiers in the breast-{er
The coach is assured of spirited stoei'c.SasnIxo n Jh-Na e:
competition in every weight b~ut the I son will swim for Michigan in the Date N mdtedFr l the
heavyweight. Dickinson, champ in I shorter races and shouldlgv hei FfFaentyiie or
that (lass last season has been un- dingaiaosasiff ebatle for-
able to box this year, the coach thus fist and second places.ic
losing one of his best fighters. Captain Kerr in the backstroke will mcrc than 200('1athletes will 'ompeiic er01
probably receive his severest test of in the anniual fraternity Ii'm-ik siriet oi
- F the season when he clashes withat715'loknMrc
Moore in the 150 yar'd backstroke. f rclniaisa :,)ock i it( ' c r
D err has been working hard all sea- ;rd lait the Waterinan Gyvmnasiumi. r
- I son nd ith tig t Conference E recordss f om shouldr' fall.t are -lal-fe eslatedeordtohoparfll.ial-Epalted inpa taclatoif theo t ee ev- facc
stedl will be the other Michigan entry. , nsadaeeIc~dt rdc w
g h is o n o h l-a p s W ittingham, Mayer, and Mielziner meet that will surpass all others iii iiC .
TefrtrudothAl-aps-will swim for Michigan in the breast- (very respect. ot
foul throwing tournament has beenstowih Wiinam 'akn Dobispentntemidof\I
completed. Out of 140 entrants, 32 sabovetheither itwo. a a nkn ob speet ntemnso it
menov havhqulifed.ThrseondroudA inediocre all of the officials in charge of the Flag
srts tday qanid. willsconn u nto swimmer at the first of the season, he meet over who will emerge victor. tle(
next wek. hes menshold epot Ihas odeveloped into a breaststrok~er, of The mieet last year ended in a tie lie- 'is5s
to ntrmurl ofic an afernon f-chapioshi caibe. Sedmn wlltween the Phi Sigma Kappa and The- eir
tor ithramural ofceanyhafenooifyngfplunge' for Michigan while Heath will Ita Clii. 13oth1of these fraternities lRe
scores will be added to the total. be . the Indiana entry. Heath has a have enteredl strong teams again this tai'
lowis he is ofthoe wo ualfie: slight time advantage over the Michri- year and several other teams boast pos
low isteist-2of th'osedwhmqalified gan underwater man, b~ut a calmr pool of stars so a. one sided score is nlot Pos
D Wes-0 J.Feda-8 might reverse the affairs in favor of looked for. Firaternities should fill Thboe-8 .Ekn1,J hw1,!Semn
C. Doer-ge-1'7, I. Yorysh-17, J. Gold- I cthenrybaktatwesnt is~
smt-7 . tr-7 . hpr oPapenguth and Starr'ett are favored out be1or Saturday noon. F
w7 tin over Thromson of Indiana in the _ - -_____
-17, MV. Gold hamgegr-l7, S. Bh an fanicy (live. The Wolverine spring- i AVE YOU SUJBSCRIBED) YET? oli
M. hunnleyey- 6,board ai'tists will- have the advantage-
M . Stein-lG, T. Fitzgibbons-16;
Maltz-15, K. Presten-15, H. Gold: of theii' own board, and Thomson will
ber-i, J Kugr-iD aly1,l e tire(] from swimming the relay.
berg15,J. rugr-1, D 1 ley1.> iln the relay the Michigan team, of.
Planck-15, R. Cole-i5, Dizik-1i__-SamoDnaiono n o
Jacob-i5, Doncin-i5, Kass-15, SmsnJ.nai, onsn ndGw
'aiiks a slight favorite over the Indi-
Rglap-5Krmr1,EMs.cowich-iS, AM. Ehrlich-15, I. Oian- i ana quia? et. Zaiser, Thomson, Doles,
I and l oor'e will compete for the 1Hoos-
15. '-
IClass, team- scores, Individual 'scores - i _S----.-- ==
and two-mnan team scores for the ~mo n unknsol on
qaiygronofI I first andl secondI in the 220 yard firee '- - -".;
ingmus bein y Sturay igh, ~ style ovem' Zeiser and Moore of the'
ingmut e n y atrdy igt,1 -oosier' squad. Neither' of the Indi-
P. Kl.i ana swimmers has covered thedi-I' '"'
I L- ance in 2:'10 s0 far' this year while
Bay City, Mich., rep. 26.-Burglars brothr of Coach Mann's navigators have °-
visited the clothing store of L. E. Op- records well under that mark.
penheiinr and company last night And The meet will begin at 4 o'clock, at s
cai e~laway$3,00 wrthof mn'sthe Y. M. C. A. 1)001 and anl admission
clethring in foir wardrobe trunks. prie of $1.00 will be charged.. The_
meet is open to the general public. ? #

("'N H 1W N 'I1' OF V I('l'OH V
Madison, is'Fell. "ii---AWis-
avenging ib (' dexca I I(i;' au-e-
ceivedl in a (-lose toau ~it; amt
Ann Arbor iin .hiiiiaiy, 'tcy
a wait Iheganuc xv uk llte1 (1T
verines here Saturdayx.
I Tndiscouuraged by <a, teeera lly'
had season 8anditthe le m xpert d
set back received -t, th e hands; ofI
Purdue Ileor. Mondziv. ( 'c li
MeIPan well has been niulim-, tIi
squaad thlroaghli igorolis tdr'iills,
em pha sizing ,shun p l- 5,; c)'
('onsist ent play!,-t';. La et; of'the,1
lat ter' was main (oan,,(' of lte(
defeati'ecei ved II enl;i . I ho'-
nuns, St ari'ler i., amnd Iari
guard, are botb in the betst of
r'sity Ilochio3' 'l'eilim o Ni.a Gmes
Nimne membiers of . eigm' 'a i'-
;.ar'h :10501)1 Ba rs? left.at 2: 19 o'-
och yest erday aft ei'noii t'or 'Ald'lon,
is., inher'e they xv il hook Iul)withIi ho'
(igem'S in gain(:., tea ib lt. andi ISlzor'-
+w iighAt.
The final decis;ion to(Ima~ke, thle t rig
me rather suddI~enly. For a l. ilmit
as doub1)1ful wht't her xxeafiohem' on li-
uns at Ma(Iisomi xwou1(1 leri't:t Ii e
iyi ng of the t wo (conte sts lbmt.xc v -
'a (lays a go C oac'li lyersmi of01Ob
7Sseln te(am ivire( Coa li B to' (
eeffect, that.lie e: 'I iwl dgood ise
rthe gamles, and that lie wmdli d
se the lichig;a U i('litoem'sbit I (1 10
efail to foi'm suffi cienitly. No f1'tl B-
word was senit, luowever', and le
+Id wave t hat set in \Vcdeda tli nightm
xummetithe Illailk of 1the gono-s at-
a'dino- to thle s;o'he'ilc .
Thic omitcome of thle serh-';W ItI Ole
Idger's is undoubtedly dime. to te
c-It that they have a~ppczl'ed in lt ii
to Conf'ete'e tills age !'ii t I he Al",i
iota 5('Ntet, v'liIlt' ' titeiti in
4,11 gaiitas. I vci'on' 7i' :} i1 is tsleo
it onily one vetram'al:v.il~il}Itle oac1
I-ss diii not annioune his 1 liten p 1
ega me's Ietoicleaving, bile. ,'ltar I in It
stire to starit.at, onlio g, with ' ii-
Sibilsky or I Amidst rum at, tlie othlert.
ymuolds wvFill be at coliie1r wit h (iap-
in Petermnan and I-e'vi at thle do('i'e
its and tX\Oil zel a'tgoal . J ollni-t v
sslibly start; in plac('('oft' \eits0i.
e' c'oach will not, make hist fil d l '
ionz intil Just befoie, I nimigli 'S gaulle.
Following tih'stope at A a1-othe
olvernes Wiii moveo oi to Ix] i a aea n-
is, Muii.,uwhere they xvi II play itlin -

f iti~~exvl h 1.;n(;r'mill be tnd
S' UAJ) LEAVES TONIGHT! .'leg g ol)d . iit 1tKtx.'i' lRuisnick or
iiii-cxlt'ie at Itlierunnling' defouse
4 Ye"'T si rv I-a';he. bll sq ilia l -~ dgtnd the I ;zdger team lhas ex-
~:L I~ll- l'allonwl ill lcav;e .:)nightl ~' 1 'l( illitulty inl winning -its
xx_ I 12 00'5O li :P211 T'J(If the ' - 'a'~immite\of vorine quin-
;a: -i taIi t it' 1 i dcu' oiorru~w ' i n ii iLit !P1;ai eof thle season
n~t.o~Li, 1< en. 19. Michilgan won" the
ed (Ch err-, wargn'dx'ill he left '! ai e ith finial minute, 14-12, but
be vi-n l enthe squad le'ives I tiiea kc1 ad ersIpt centhroughout the
ti o rh injilry xx-i ii as kept ii illmuont ;" 12!(,1 e t h hof the two
01 w'mact ice forrthlnaist week. It is tc)lin 01ot 1ot al of four field goals,
1)'obo tle, howx-ever, t haIlhexwil11 be in '; -l' -vit stor free throws giving
Intol shle f' or' ite= 1tidianimogamle in' li-:hi- vx hiig mar'gin. Michligan
da it5 igh: ,antI ihe will lea ve some iiioe lied di lieu Ity in locat ing the basket
{ ui lea vfor Blool)111in gtolli, Iniana cIII ' hoixte floor in t heir fii'st: game
tihlere lie w i11ll mct his teammali tes laiitwithIithie \Wiscoinsin team playing
At lher' squatd xvilltI bue r l ''a severe i iii10111 iliart Surroundings the W6lver-
hit iiiii('Op withloiitime servic('(' of ;ilku's xwill tbe fored to t hue limit to
C' .1 'u v ut fi;e xvilIli1e ln'(cedl iiiuchthe klia p 81)4)1 ierxvii
{;lor", bldly agaiuist. the ('ham ili)ousluip I Iitred-f I ate'r i ld'Wisconsin game
o airing I owos IIlien iii e :xm the 11 \Vlvcu'iews will entrain for
1tgoini tthe folo xv I yI (,Idger uinitet. JA- o iniumgtoii ior the Indiana game
4Th"me s waicxxh-' xxill leave tonight Aleutciay. 'The roet o (f these two
wi lle110co'mpolisedl of' Cap~tain IFlogger- ga .utes Aviil I argely dotecrmne Mielli-
Iy M.I oyl e, Chli ineu's, IInc Hi1ik gei'- taIsIad iuiintihe Confei'-
lie:' 1, I1 itti', UGinn, "llmi 'b'ait I: mo-'ce am 11i1i(eiias tle Chicago pgame
Il izcc1.l. Thefirst, gve xxwill pr'o~lills' toffb1W plao d It1ee aWeek lfrmuSat-
()tillsthi mle sI aruti jug liuneup althbough lmi-day is 'Xjwtie'od to be one of the
ta c1i-t 1' Iif H i-t stn foru ' ue Mielhi-
72 ( 0t1 , itnld y ald l rfm(,sdlI Tb hI .,tive.l 2
I cliher lewda~, like 1that1fof'Ws us
is in experienicedl, but. sliowv(,icw) id - Illr-is bi iO , A ils., Fob. 26.-Due t~o thme
M e'ahiie ability in I rimuin' .lie Bt ,:(! ,c5'iio~s ovrmpi'odtiction of smigar inl
or s 5-1 alnd l_-t) inll fxvo gamies. T~m li" i r itlrInuc, ainouit ing to 200,000
s-l nxv ugof I eMict ganagi-gh 1111 , i. has beeni de-Aiteol not. to a1s-
Ionl thieltip fxxill doeide tue (' onifemne .,('sditi...h lrlfor 'ciiltivation of
bibtl, as Itule liii e w in-;1 jihlyimgl n ( '. 'ill;Iat.pre}Sent.
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