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V 29, 19l3t

THE MICHIGAN

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CIBER TEAM AIMS
FOR DRAKE RLAY
Thinclads Will Start Training
for Outdoor Season on
Monday Afternoon.

Spartan Baseball Nine
Goes on Southern Trip
The a n n u a 1 spring training
tour of the Michigan State base-
ball squad found Coach Kobs and
18 candidates leaving East Lans-
ing yesterday for the sunny
South. The squad, which has
had only two outdoor practices

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so far this season, will have a.
Pointing their efforts to the schedule of games below the Ma-
Drake Relays, -dthe first event on son-Dixon line until April 6. The
the outdoor schedule, the Michigan teams to be met include: Miss-
thinclads will resume training on j issippi A. & M., University of
Monday for the outdoor track sea- Mississippi, Vanderbilt, and St.
son. If the weather permits, Coach Xavier university.
Charlie Hoyt will take his charges
out into the open air, otherwise _____________
the men will work out in Yost FieldA
house. MICHIGAN VICTOR
With the Drake Relays only a IN NATIONAL MEET
month away the thinclads will beI
doing their utmost in an attempt ~ ~
to win a place in the group of Wol- Kojac, Rutgers Star, Sets New
verines which will make the trip Record in 100 Yard Event.
to Des Moines. These relays are.___
always one of the biggest events (Continued from Page 6) t
in outdoor track in the middle west
and teams from all sections of the western; fourth, Princeton. Time:I
country compete in the races. 3:42.
Title Hopes Bright. 200 yd. Breaststroke. -.Won byt
After Michigan's glorious indoor Schmieler, Mich.; second, Miller,
season in which the Wolves man- ,Mich.; third, West, Princeton; four-
aged to capture the Conference th, Evans, Iowa. Time: 2:34 3/5.
championship, the chances for an 50 yd dash. Won by Scherer,
outdoor title in the Big Ten look y si
especially bright. However, there Princeton; second, Williams, Ga.
are more events in the outdoor Tech.; third, Turner, Princeton;
meets and Michigan's hopes rest fourth, Carter, Purdue. Time: 24 3/5.
on the material which can be de- 440 yd. free style. Won by Crabb
veloped to fill these positions. 4 d resye o yCab
So. Cal.; second, Clapp, Stanford;
The Wolverines will be exception- third, Kennedy, Mich.; fourth, Lang,
ally powerful in the running events. Minn. Time: 5:2.
with practically the same men
wearing the colors in these races as 150 yd. beck stroke. Won by,
did on the indoor path. In the Marsh, Minn.; second, Long, Prince-'
field events, however, the team ton; third, Valentine, Mich.; fourth,
cnnot boast of such great strength. Rosen, Northwestern. Time: 1:45.
The Maize and Blue were not over- 10y resye o
burdened with power in t h e s e 10-d resye o by Kojac,
events during the indoor season Rutgers; second, Dayton, Prince-
and unless new talent is discover- ton; third, Williams, Ga. Tech.;
ed they will not possess -unusualfourth, Sunderland, Rutgers. Time
strength when they get outside 52 3-5 seconds. (New National In-
Seek Second Title. tercollegiaterecord).
With a strong group of runners 220-yd. free style. Won by Clapp,
and a bunch of men in the field Stanford; second, Crabb, So. Cal.;
events capable of taking a goodly third, Ladd, Mich.; fourth, Wilson,
number of seconds and thirds, Northwestern. Time 2:18 2-5.
Michigan's chances for a highly 300-yd. medley relay. Won by
successful season this spring, and Rutgers; second, Michigan; third,
Hoyt's opportunities for two Big Minesota; fourth, Princeton. Time:
Ten titles in his first year as Wol- 3 mm. 9 2-5 seconds.
verine mentor, a re exceedingly Fancy high board diving. Won by
hopeful. Riley, So. Cal. 134.04 points; second,
Nappa, Minn., 98.60; third, Raike,
NEW YORK-"Oom" Paul BPrl- I Mich., 98.46; fourth, Willard, North-
enbach, former light heavyweight l western, 94.14.
boxing champion of the world, has
indicated that he will soon return

WINTER PROGRAM
REACHING CLOSE
Intramural Department Arranges
Spring Sports Schedule.
(Continued From Page 6)
have gathered 191 points. The Ac-]
tuaries are third place holders now
with 154, while the Has Beens come
fourth with 144. Fletcher Hall and
St. John's are next in line with 132
and 120 points respectively, and the
Newberrys and the Alcaponies are
tied at seventh with 108 apiece. The
Brewers are last among the higher
teams with a total of 102 points.
The schedules for the spring pro-
gram include the spring sports of
soft baseball, tennis, and horse-
shoes. All entries for these sports
should be brought into the Intram-
ural office as soon as possible this
week to facilitate the drawing up
of these schedules. With a bit of
cooperation, the Department will
have the leagues all ready to start
right after the spring recess.
A beautiful trophy shield, the
prize that these teams are striving
for, hangs in the .lobby of the In-{
tramural Building.

INTER-CLASS TRACK
More than eight class teams will
compete in the annual inter-class
track meet in the Yost Field houseE
Monday, Mar. 30, at 7:30 oclock. A
large number of entries have al-
ready been scheduled in the Intra-
mural office and more are expected
by Monday evening. All class man-
agers are pointing their proteges
for this meet. Competition will be
given in the 60-yard dash, broad
jump, pole vault, shot put, high
jump, mile run, high hurdles, low
hurdles, 440-yard run, and the 830-
VARSITY TRACK
Anyone wishing to try out for
javelin or broad jump on the
Varsity track squad should re-
port to Yost Field house any
afternoon this week.
Charles Hoyt, Coach.

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high team towards the all-year HISTORY '11 and 12, tutoring anc
trophy. Everyone competing in this Exam Question Review, Person-
meet will be required to have a ally by TOMMIE MACK.
health card.
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A SK this man Hudson his ambition-No, you don't
have to because you know as well as we do that MICHI-
GAN'S success in the Conference next year is his greatest
hope. With brilliant years of football behind him already,
with the courage and leadership which have *on him his
present place, and with a team of MICHIGAN MEN be-
hind him, there isn't much to fear. And on top of all that,
AMBITION TO WIN, the quality which has won every
famous victory since the YEAR ONE, from conquering
Rome to putting Snith's pickles in every home.
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ASK us our ambition-again you don't have to, because
we're here on this page today to tell you. SERVICE TO
YOU AND TO MICHIGAN. Of course we could write
paragraphs, but those six words are the essence of it.
Frankly, we are out for the championship ourselves. And
we particularly want YOUR business.-No matter where
you have been sending your clothes for cleaning and press-
ing, give us just once that "break" that every winning team
gets once a season. It's all we ask-that you try us just
once so that we can demonstrate our sincerity and ability.
The telephone is at your elbow-just dial 23-23-1. Thank
you. Then you'll thank us. You'll be in good company,
too, for Hudson, like other Michigan leaders, is a satisfied
cus,.. ter of ours.

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