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VAGID SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILV

TUESDAY, Mk 1 , i625

TUi~SDAY. MAY 12~ 1925
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TRAC K TEAM LOOKS M22 )EDII 7
MVembers of the hoy
TO BI G TEN! TITLE11 rt;so cnge h
1 hw callng e the
tranuiralofie
Peelive, 'Victo y Over Ilticiteyes l14reslz maii grouip1
Stzi'engtheiias ('ftances cllipions can also1
x(1 Vaisityj medals ilt the same of

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B1RIA flAW fIflAIFSII ISRIMM~rJF i,

45;Freehling .9217 vs. Lazarus
5671.!

)xing team
n the box-
eir medals
at the In-
basketball
get their
Yt ice.

FOR'SECODTlIME THI S AFTERNU0
It xcellent '4ateriail I'lleat1hod byI
('oieles ll piii~' IRES;Ilil IIAN ITS
I All try outs for the freshrn
.literary lasea ll team shoo
PRACTICE EN)S'SOON i report at ; : o'clock this afte
ftI oon o south F~erry field.
Coach. Yost and his staffff will send Manager Pui
the spring football candidates tlirom,,h
't e second scrimmage of the season at
(,,4:30 o'clock this afternoon on sout~h nlr'T rnn

MEET ILLINI SAT URDA Y
ichiAgan'4 chances to tae the out-
doot' Conference title received1 a good
boost last Saturday afternoon when
Coach Farrell's men walked away
frnm Ohio State, 84-51.

GOLFERS OFF TO 'W ULM ISI

As a result of the marks mnade by - -[+* - 'y field. hIIL L I li
ftle Michigan trackmen in totaling Three scrimmages in as many dtays H U LL LI U
10 of the 15 first places in the :neet Will .meet I lliois Thurtsdaty 1and1 Il otiteh marprt1te
it is now certain that the Wolverines ' tack I l W1111h Purdue weks, rga.TeCf~iltSwl
will make as impressive a showing iila~y Ixi cimg ody ensaI
against the combined force of thre - and Thursday. The Wolverine coach-l
other Conference schools in the out- SUCK U1(i S ARE, STRONG C ing staff is anxious to give the mn (--
door meet as it did in the indoorI as much, experienlce in actual play as! tiny t'imt Sing l(' ThIi.eiCN I
Conference mreet March 14, and -un- Micigrani's Varsity golf team left! is possile before the (c1ose o1 teiea- ! ; (hiictl.i Brhm BuItt
less the other teams s how an increase, last night from de ihgaCntl iinbutt owing to the baseball g ae I
of power, the Wolverines should takenthe icgaCnrl with Minnesota here Friday practlice
the coveted title. Ini the course of dlepot enl route for Lafayette, where will be held early and will not lie
the next two weeks Michigan will they arrived at 6:05 o'clock this, morn- long enough to allow time for 'scrim- J ROME P~LAYS WVEI,
meet Illinois alnd Wisconsin its two ig h emaoe ossigof mage.
strongest rivals, in dual meets ai(1 four meen, made the trip, Capt. Mode The spring session will probably, iihgnsVriytni
the results will dlecide to a large de- I-loldw orthi, individlual Conference continue two more weeks, aichior'siVrsity tennI
tree what it will be able to do in the champion, Fred Feeley, Paige Lehman the present tentative plans of the , ihiyin with four~ of the same
Big Ten meet :Tune 6, at Columnbuls. and Fred Glover. coaches. It is hoped that pract ice can 'who defeattedl Iowa and Illinois
Hubbard and Wittman now stand The men will spend toay practic- be continued until the end (of next f1tlip;te bast week end, easily tc
as unbeatable as far as the Confer- ing and looking over the Purdue week, and then terminate the worli un- Icrtei nce maitch from the Us
once is concerned. Ilubbard ran the course. Tonight the set out for Ur- tlerynx al
Thi yer'si~rctie saso ha ben sy o ('icago net, team ibya
100 yards as fast as anyone ever ran ( hana. Wednesday will be spent play- is erspatc esnhsbe iyO
it in the Ohio meet, His time was ing over the -Illini's links. Thursday I exceedingly successful. The keen in- sc5or'e, yester day afternoon, on
:0:9.6 and Les Wittman, who for sev- the Wolverine golfers will meet the lterest was manifested at the start o f' courts at F+erry Field. As Ch!
eral years has stoodi out as one of the Illinois players in a regular Confer- th eso hnoe ude enilogtol iemi em
best sprinters in the country, was ence match. Immediately after "the, received equipment has been evident wer0le only four singles matches.
unofficially timed in :9.7, the fastest match the team leaves for L.afayette.I throughout the past four weeks. Coach '1The Wolverie team wvas' coin]
time he ever made in competition. lriay, the team will again be seen in Bl oeo h rneo ies x f.eoe at rnKik
Wittman took secondl close behind action wth the Purple aggregation perienced a great surprise at the large and Vo se, playing in the order na
H-ub~bard and p~roved beyond any doubt fuirnishiing th1e opposition. The teamI turnout here at Michigan. ITlhe ord'Cer of the c Chicago team
wilbbc nAnAbro au- I h is cIiiaehl atCp.Vlnie ilnalS hat hie is in the best form of i ilsebcki nnAbr nS T hudIn the irs nscimaehd alast foCpt Malety.ilnaS
bilatcareer. Locke of Nebraska day. y
is thBnyothersrne nte Iol of the matches will doubtless be game of football in spite of the warm Jeromle (exbitedl somue exce
Ws tesides hubrdprnwhoinhasa erycoe.Ilnosepeily a nweather. The Weber brothers, of De- (form in all his play, easily vanq
I excellent team and Professor True- troit, have both shown that they will ; ug Capt. Valentine of Chicago it
edgel hnistmnst'vity frmenthe Wol- )0( is not anticipating an easy vie- be st rong contenders for the full back straight sets, 6-2 wnd, 6-0. Krickl
verne ameby scnt i~i~~ toiry. The illini defeated tihe North- p~osition, left vacant by the graduation: and Vase also head little troubl,
at he 1) m rake relayscant three220hyard western golfers by a larger score than of Ibutch Marion. Hoffman, of last; winning their singles miatches
da Wmnapprelasntohe thear the Michigan team managed to compile year's reserves, and Sammy Babcock,! former defeating Schaeffer, 6-4,
last Saturdlay. On a neutral course the I pilto h rsmneee, are both and lt Iter takinl'g his two stn.
eqiual of anyone whom lie is .likely '((5wudlCevn oeeteconsidered likely candidates for (iuar- st fo Mnaryby67 n
to meet at the Conference meet andl~ Wolverines are under a distinct oisad- terback. Babcock (displayedl ability ,in 5(()'(1 i lilkbaunu (displayedl
Evans of Illinois is the onily one who vatgI ~ aigo oeg ore running back punts, while under lire:ivnaepyngoafrincus, good forum throughout, while
has anl even chanice of beating him. since it is the first match of the season Iof the opposing ends. ; budItlings p~retty mui ch his own
The showing of Phil Northruplin away from home. With average breaks Haskins, highly touted Oklahoma'M ill''nibaehx v'as the outstaindlii g
the javelin throw at the Ohio mee~t,' how ever the Michigan men have a~ hi ghIischool grid star, Cow ell, and for Clica go, easily taking
together with hlis victory at the Penn strong chance to cop the honors in this Maeh ilb aln teto fsinles nuat elm fromt Capt. Crapi
relays two weeks before. inarks himl'nIleet. the coaches next fall when the Varsity lite Maize and Bluie by a. 6-2,
as the best in tile section of tihe Purdue as well has an unusually squad is picked. soe
country. At the present time lie is strong team this year. The men from' Many new faces will appear in the' Ck:e coptition marked the
doing 20 feet }gett er thian his neare st Lafayette also won out over North- Var'sity line if Norton, ;ul, Nicie-iid c~tr cniuet ro the dloubles matche s. Cr ane
competitor. Pife is also p~ractically western but by a score smaller ta son, anG aitr otne opo opa
sure to take one of the first two or Michigan's margin of victory. It is ex- gress at their present rate. Nicker-hadstoak tei mtc
thlree places in thle pole vault at Co- pected that Hloldlsworth and his men so performed well at endl in the first;
lumus Cuc Mnzwq anthr il hvelitl trube n inin tisscrimmage and may dlevelop into ai Va<lentine and Schaeffer, the
luiubus {shuckMunz wis anothr ! wil have, ittle tovaluableinkinankimanscnextbifall.0 ivaerlestarn man net.being 16-0,e, -6,r-0.6-Althoughg
who shiowed great ini-provenent last match. I blailked their toppotflnts ill ftle
Saturday. 1-is heave of 45 feet 4 1-2! Michigan's team has made a good tcl of the 1;}27 freshman team, isi
proabl th stongst inecanidae <<md tbird sets, they were comipl
inhswsmc etrta ehsrecord this year, having defeated both j prolmably he strongest ineocnndidal
dlone before iinc compgetitio hn and hlla Ohio and Northwestern very decisively. on the squadl, and will bid st roll; for oltpa ntescn no
will probably be able to beat out ' Iloldsworth will play numiber oneC and tetcl oiin owhl y aI-I heohrdulsmth
Dauber of Iowa at the Conference if in ordler Feeley, Lehman, and Glover cock and Edwards. i aiiu andl \rose were for ecd to
le continues in his present form.. will follow. A matchl was played yes- ( At tlhe close of the six weeks prac-j before the superb playing of M~i
Nortrup nd ubbad aso min-terday afternoon over the Ann _Arbor tice the player, siho has shown thle bach andM~rylsn tern
Ntam padHbadasomi-i catloigterned their reputation of being the Country club's course to decide upon most progress on tho squad, will Ia', 6-i, 2-t,, anld 4-6.
two best broad jumpers i10 the Con- thme actual men to take the trip. Glqv- awardled ai large silver football trophy ifeke Wolverines have had a s1
Terence, Northrup wil probably be er, Feeley and [astings competed and I donated by the alumni of Chicago. uous hiut successful week end
snaking 23 feet by the time of the Hatns' o'tCetlemntosa hinrsday, when the Oklahioma1
outdloor meet and in that case he will at homae, as hle was a bit off his stride. A'Iuic A/nd I) ani p llays here onl the Ferry field co'
be sure to take three valuable points. Another match has been added to 1N obth ihgnlnu i
Both Freyberg and Ray hart kept . the official schedule, x~hen the team - odut h ihgnlnu v
loe o eikeuniltiyw r m file College of the City of DetroitI (Continued from Page Five) ! the -wame for that miatchi withl
panssedI by floss of Ohio on the home contracted to play here May 2 1. After The New York World, hiowever, is possible addition of a fifth aa
c~r~ni ~aiire' rti lrlzi.. ti r ,this match the team Will be idle till the nmuchdiIn~0i'Cbald. "'The AlbionlCollege'Oklahoma sends a five manl tear

Fraternity: Sigma Al plea Mu vs.
___Leta Beta Tan,' Phi Chii vs. SigmaI
I Phi ; Kappa Ni vs. Pi Sigma Delta.
EThe following tennis matches must All (Caupus Swiminm i Beet
-be played off b)y Wednesday eveninlg. Th''le(date of the all c~amupus swim-
Ma 3h ouls'edeA ohuiuzg meet has been definitely set
May13t: oubes:Veder& Kchfor8 o'c'lock Thursday, M\ay 12. En-
7022 vs. Meyer & Abbott 5318,; Phlps triesa can be made either at the Intra-
ian j&. Boland 21917 vs. Sestok & Thomas mnural ofice or at the Union at file
)ild 8217; Kuenzel '&lHarrigan 6636 vs. time of the meet. 'The event$ will
ter-f Fox & Dunakin 4917. include a. 25 yard free style, back
Singles: Simonds 21777 vs. Swintg str'oke, and brea(sti stroke; 50 yard
rdy 9417; Greenspan 3582 vs. Rearic free style, baIck stroke, and breast
- -_ 8053; Goldberg 5964, vs. Fernandez stroke, 220 yard free style and a
-x146; Segal 3540 vs. Wilcox .?1737; 'fancy (live.
Rice-Wray 7217 vs. Marshlall 3657;
~JN Small 7973 vs. Davis 7157; Marsht All C'amtpus Horseshoes
3.657 vs. Thomas 8217 ; Felix 566;3 vs. The following match es mrust b
Bruskek 56,17, Briggs 3S8 vs. Levin layedI oft, by Tuesday Night May12
~la yd V ri~eaveri INC OP4POA TED
team,
men A y y y y o n
,ok a.
a, 4-2 Pred%-acatI lion JLSa
tthe
icago
there
iposed Of

or they will be droppced from the
tournament:. Singles: Ri. S. Giest 6317
vs. O'Brien 4818; Cannon vs. Donahue
4818; Wrighlt 9817 vs. Rabnourtz
9341; Sack 4818 vs. Leopold 5618;
Averliook 658 vs. Seligson; Merrick
1818 vs. Vedder; Jackson 531$ vs.
Spector 8771; Popper 5618 vs. Char-
ter 66;74; Weiss 5817 vs. McMahon.
Doub~les: Markey & O'Brien 4818 vst,
Mlerrick and Sack 4818; Shoesinii
& Partner 21817 vs. Kramer & Part-
ner 655 Greenbaum & Partner_ 3936
vs." Spector & Partner, 8771; Wright
and Partner 9817 vs. Baer & Gold-'
rberg; Lyons &. Partner 6417 vs. IMe-,
ner & Partner 6317.
i ~I tidep~teiit Thisebail1
IWed nesday at 4:15 o'clock Dia-
miiond 5, Fletcher ball vs. Newark
stars; D~ianiiond 6; Nighthawks vs.
9'ci Pi ninie.
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of 1:54 4-5 -was the ibest he has dlone ! Chicago match at Chicago on June 12.
on Ferry field and is, just anotherOnJe16teCfrncchmi-
soip will take place in Chicago and
sig pot o hi rad t th Cofer +Michigan as usual will be represented.j
ence record which all of his support- Bath tile matches thlis week will con-
ers xpet hi tobrea duing he ~stof four singles, match play, and
course of tile next mouth. Reinke twvo doubles, four ball Nassau. When
has lbeen consistenltly improving all ;the 'Michigan golfers return Saturday,
year long and was unofficially timied'tluoy should have added two more vic-
in 1:54 at the Drake relays last oistthrsri anifoto
month. Ros and Freyberg biothx fortunate, will surely have secured an
finished close to 1: 56. Datve Weeks even break on their trip.
was anlother member of the squad
whlo showed unexpectedly good for~m Chicag o, 11., May 1.-Tom Gibbons,
and if he is able to get away iron the St. :Paul heavyweight matched tol
his Medical school exanminationlslie meet Geone''Tunney, the Am~ericain light

Players did nlothling,'' thle reviewer~
insists. "to raise the interest of the; New York, May ll.-Anotlier quiet
I rograml in their prdutin;f I S'unday slipped by for Babe Ruth yes-
terday. Instead of tile cheering of 'the

'will be almost certain to place at Co- heavyweight in the Polo ground s of
lumbus. Is official mark against: New York City in a 15 round decision:
Ohio wvas 6 feet 1-4 inch, a remark- bout: on June 2, passedl through Chica-j
able performance considering tile; go yesterdlay on his way to Atlantic
small amounlt of practice lie has had'I City where training quarters have been
I iris season. established by Manager paddie Kane.
at the Lake House Pavilion
Whitmore Lake I

iii jng~e u eil.'I 's ply, w ci'eiow~ds at a baseball parl: the Yankee
of better acting, was badly paced by! slugger hleardl only the rattle of the
a cast abounding in mannerisms, pos-1 cars past St. Vincent's hospital as' he
sessing only one real (distinction, the took his daily airing on the roof. 'fie
tremendous size of Emlerson P~ull, as ailing star of the Yankees still has to
thie oil-desir'ing capt ain who kept his( confine his activities to a wvheel chai r,
men i theArti aboad th whain;;ht Ile'may walk any (lay tnow, accord-
lU~il inl theaArtndcnaboardthelheswhalln
ship. With slack directiomn aind gt tednsa h optl
againl poor01 scenery, the (cast ('011- Two additional tennis courts ire I
posed of Walter U'rch, l'Iil May, ljd- being built at the rear of time new.
ward Brigham, Helen 'Trench and U tniversity hospital for usie of in-;
Dallas Harger st ruggled.'' t innes.
SoceAann
Or any other day, our taxis wil take you any-
where you wish to go. We render the best
SERVICE for the lowest prices in the city.
35c FLAT RATCEJ

TA~RTING Wednesday, May 13th, one hun-
Sdred suiits will be placed on sale at our State
Street gtorie They W"1i1ilbe sold at a special figure
averaiigiaut little better than onre-.half the regu-
lar prices at which we have sold hundreds of
its this season. Included in. this group are our
firi64 spring and siummrer patterns in the latet
fig"ht shaides of blue, grey ahdin.

G aaranteed values $5 2.5 0 to $75

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SPECIAL TOMORROW
$3500

Also A few TOPCOATS. Values to $65.
sped l t

Very

Dancing Wednesday Night

Regular prace 'fags show on each garment. Nom-
inal charge made for any alterations required.

And Every
Wednesday, 8-11
Saturday, 9-12

Friday, 9-12

Music by
Bill Watkins and His Granger Eight
Granger's is the second pavilion on the high-

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Sale stafts Wednesday at 8 A. M.

Come early

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