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,SAY, FEBRUARY _28, 192 ._.1 .-,.

THE FMICHI-iCNi D~EY-

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[IVE ROJNI3S co TO
THE WIN ER, SH&RKEY

~IS I I"WINNER OVER STRIBLING

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Two. RomapcDeclared Even
Sensational, ,Hardfought,
Picturesque Boult

SPORT BRIEFS
(Continued From Page Six)
Two drills daily are on. tap
for miembers of the Philadel-
phlia, Athletics, especially, for
the young pitchers, according
to the last orders of Connie
llacL. ()ssie Orwoll, who will
hold down first base this year,
and Mickey Cochrane, winner
of the "Most. Valuable'.P11ay er"
vaward it) l tom, ai~e thle latest
arrivals.

LOWREYMEN PREPARE FOR BADGER
INVASION OF COLISEUM ICE RI~
(Continued From Page Six). endance here is probably du(
they met. the Wolverines at Madi-, fast as it did in the other
son two weeks ago. I games between the Wolverines
In contrast to the crowds attend,. badgers.
Hart; Bryant, andl Shea are pc:
ing the hockey games nin nn Ar- lu'led to' see duty in, the;defei

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STRI LING TAKES I HREE
The fistic hopes of W..L. (Young)
Strib~ling, heavyweight pride of
de&orgia and th~e south, skyrocket-
ed toightin ' the ,balmy tropical air
--flaring high, then falling, ektin-
guished in a sputtering blaze by
the ramming fists of the big .Sos-
oA salor, Jack Sharkey. In a
slshig, ten-round fight that was
tllingly close from start to fin-
i'sh, Sharkey had his hand, lifted
aloft, thevictor on the decision of
Referee Lou Magnolia of New York.
Thus leaping back along the
coeb~eack road that lead toward
the crown cast aside by Gene "Tun- .
ney last year, Sharkey outpointed
anid outboxed his southern rival in
tt -fast finish before a. crowd of
close to 40,000 in the most pictures-
que. nd Cdlorful sports spectacle
that 1the old south has ever wit-
iiessed.
Crowd Is Picturesque
This crowd of wealth, fashion
and fame, seated in a pine board
arena, fringed with, palm trees and
bord'ering the ocean, contributed to
one of the bigge'st, yet most aston-
IP41gfigh't spectacles of all. time.
Inthis rich, seething, approximate-
IY 3,00 of the spectators paid,
$40,00,a "gate" . that meant;
Fiore. than fulfillbent of the fond-
est dreaims of Tex Rickard whose
death passed on the completion of
the task, to Jack, Dempsey and his
associates of the Madison Square
Garden Corporation.
Sharkey Was Favorite
With such a ;background, Strib-
ling and Sharkey fought to decide
which was to continue the upward
march.. Sharkey, a top-heavy fav-
orite, won but,. only after as close
Scall from defeat, as he has ever
ha.,Only the most desperate,I
determined sort of rally enabled
the Roston .sailor to overcome the
big early advantage that had been
piled up by Striblinig.
Outweighed by teii pounds, his
tecovery from rib and aim ail-
ments Somewhat. doubtful, Strib.-,
ling put up a spectacular~ly, cour-
ageous' fight before a southern
erowd, a throng. of "hiome( folks"
who had come to see their fistic
idol battle for high stakes.

bor, over3000 spectators watchiedy
each~ of the Michigan-Mtrar quette
and Michigan-Wiscon sin gamnes
with the temperature at zero at
Milwaukee and 15 below zero at
IMadison, Eight thousand attend-
ed the, two games against Minne-
s ota at Minneapolis on thae recent
trip. One factor reducing the. at-

positions, alternating. throughout
the games. Hart is playing con-
sistent hockey for the Wolverines
and was responsible for the largest
individual score during the last
five games. G-race. Is the, only man,
capable of holdiihghe post at goal.
against a team of' the calibre of
the .visitors.

WILDCATS CLIP TWO I
{Two Northwestern athletes have i
had the satisfaction of breaking[
world's records in the interval of
one week. On Saturday, february I
1,Tomi Warne vaulted 13 feet 4
inches to set an unofficial. world's
mark in the indoor pole vault.
Three days later, Tuesday, Al
Schwartz swam the 40 yard racel
against Utah in 17.4 seconds, beat-
inig Johnny Weissinuller's record1
by nearly half a second.
K _-_____
l SWIMMING STANDINGS
H W. L. Pct.1
Illinois ..., 4 0 1.000 1
I MIOIAN 2 0 1.000 ,
Ioa2 0 .0 orthwes ern ,., 1 0 1,000
Wiseonsi....... 2 2 .500
iChicago.....1 2 .333 1
jMinnesota....0 2 .0001
rIndiana.......0 3 .0001
i P rd e ' . . ..0 3 .0001i
0-- 0

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PIANO TUNING-The Concert Art-
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NOTICE-Dial 3916, Moe Laundry
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NOTICE-Beautiful spring line of
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Two blocks from campus. 555 S.
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Jack Sharkcy
Who defeated W. L. "'Young" Stribling by a referee's decision in
a sensational ten round bout last night at Flamingo Park, Miami
Beach, Florida. He came back in the fifth round

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private Family, steam heat, will
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tOST~.Thor trcnubrpn
set withold rnber. Lo st, also,
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folder rrld. Carr:.SocdologY,_
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teuiipied to, when a Iheavy baswhool 4Wor I -ihW s op ao-
Mark has tlrox°ied on~t i y best xwjseer - k
Bu it i ntgod"ikttopir7y mars aeuhr
lIe irnst lkrkiig Oi 1-pose. le needs 1i >iet, fri enly
c- si 1.el. AlgouIld, in cilidetnee h e told to smoke4
eyou llI enjoy the show better r z . and So will f. . if we eal
just get t'hi,, tip over try hin, Itor, from my own experi-
e ce rwith this smloothI and tliroat-easy cigarette, I don t
belie vas there's Ut e4,o It.~ in a eapileifezy lit-mse=-fl o tf themM,"

"Nunc est bibendaum, nuns pede
libero PuISlsa da tellus" .-II RACE
GENTLEMEN: This is Latin. Latin is an Ancient Lan-
waige. It is no longer studied in colleges. You are not'
expected to know what this quotation means.
Literal Translation--Strike up the band ! Now is the
time to drink. Now is the rime to shake a mean pair
of dogs.
Free Translat ion--When,' in' the course of human
events, it becomes necessary for two or more undergrad-
uates toy gather together in friendly communion, there is
only one drink, Gentlemen, for the occasin'-"Canada
Dry," The Champagne of Ginger .f/es.
Treasons-" Canada Dvry" has a deligh,,ltful flavor be-
cause it is made from pure Jamaica ginger.. "Canada
Dry"' has no false bite, no unpleasant after-taste and is
really good for you because it contains no capsicum (red
pepper). ,.tAnd, Gerntlemen, it mixes v; with' other
bevrages. Class dismissed!i
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