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THE MIC.1-IIGAN DAILY

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VARSITY GYMNAST TO PRESENT 0 K E H[NO
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBIT TONIGHT niien elnenr LII1C

Coach West Announces Fifteen exhibition, it was announced.
Events With Starring Full Coach West said that the annual
"Circus" would accommodate about
Gymnastic Squad. 600 fans. The program begins at
7:30 and no admission will be
Michigan's Varsity gymnasts will charged to students.
inaugurate thcir first annual exhi- This is the initial performance of
bition tonight in the Intramural this kind sponsored by the Varsity
building. The two-hour program and it is planned to give it after
will include individual and team each gymnastic season. The team
performances by the Varsity and completes its second year of compe-
Freshman gymnasts. tition with the events tonight. It
The varied program will include won fourth place in the Western
team exercises on the parallel bars, Conference this season.
flying rings, and the side horse. The
team will give a Morris dance "Rigsste Fr
o' Marlow," a comedy parallel bar semesters orCe
act, horizontal bar, silver wand Postponement of Grid
drill, flamborough sword dance, ti- rill StToda
ger leaping, and pyramids.DStartingToday
Individual performances include --
tumbling and acrobatics by Ells- Midsemester examinations have

Australian Wonder Horse' Dies
From Colic; Blame Green
Food in Diet.

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TONIGHT'S PROGRAM
Free Hand Drill Horizontal Bar
Parallel Bar Silver Wand Drill
Morris Dance Tumbling,Acrobatics
Flying Rings, Side Flamborough
Horse Sword Dance
Indian Club Swing'g Tiger Leap'g
Comedy Bar Act Pyramids
Electric Indian Club Swinging
worth, Parker, and Ponto, electric
Indian Club swinging by Decker,
and the comedy parallel bar act
with Parker and Ellsworth.
in Other members of the squad that
John Schmieler, high point win- will perform are Robert Ferar, the
ner on this year's Varsity tank Steinberg twins, Abe and Harry,
team, was elected last night to the Rodes Clay. Paul Tompkins will ac-
captaincy of the 1932-33 swimming company the gymnasts on thepi-
squa atther anua baque. Iano. Six youthful tumblers from
squad at their annual banquet. Jackson will give a special tumbling
WASHINGTON SENATORS FACE HARD
BATTLE TO FINISH IN THIRD PLACE

caused Coach Harry Kipke to sus-
pend all spring grid activities until
after the vacation period. Three
weeks of work are scheduled after
the squad returns. ,
In yesterday's scrimmage Stan
Fay and Herm Everhardus domin-
ated the proceedings. Fay brought
back reminiscences of last fall with
his crushing thrusts at the center
of the line and his off tackle
smashes.
The identities of the players were
completely lost through frequent
substitutions on both the Red and,
the Blue squads. Both teams reg-I
istered touchdowns, the Red tally
coming as the result of a blocked'
punt which rolled over the goal.
line.
The center position which is
causing the coaches. considerable
worry was most subject to substitu-
tion. Ford, Emling, Bernard and
Smith alternated with great rapid-
ity.
The blocking of both teams was
considerably improved over that
displayed earlier in the week.
FORDUAM UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF LAW
NEW YORK
Case System-Three-Year Courses

MIENLO PARK, Cal., April 5.
-(IP)--With the suddenness of
the lightning from which he
took his name the career of
Phar Lap-in Senegalese, "wink
of the sky"--ended here today
when the wond.-r horse of Aus-
tralia died of colic.
The big red gelding, who
travelled nearly 10,000 miles
from Australia to win the $50,-
000 Agua Calienta handicap
without a preliminary race,
captured the admiration of
lovers of horseflesh throughout
America.
Pending the arrival of his
owner, David J. Davis, en route
by airplane from Los Angeles,
n o arrangements had been
made to analyze the contents of
the animal's stomach, but it
was said at the Ed Perry stables
that cause of death was plain.
The illness developed under
the watchful eye of Tommy
Woodcock, faithful trainer who
has scarcely been out of arm's
reach of his charge since the
arrival of the~ famous horse in
San Francisco last Jan.15.It is
believed to have come from a
small amount of green feed
which was a part of the horse's
customary diet.
Two days ago the six-year-
old racer was operated on for a
sore hoof, and a portion of it
was shaved off but owner Dav-
is had announced it was not
serious and a return to perfect
condition within a few days
was expected.

Official Opening
Slated for Today
University of Michigan's golf
course opens officially today. The
price for students and faculty
will be fifty cents for eighteen
holes. Students can obtain the
new "Michigan" ball, which sells
at seventy-five ccnt , for sixty
cents.
Company G Wins Over
Company C in Track
Company G won the R.O.T.C.
Track Meet Monday night with the
score of 39 points, followed by Com-
pany C, 28 points. Thirty-five men
of seven companies competed.
Company G took three firsts; El-
dred winning the high jump and
high hurdles, Rousseau taking the
440. Company C captured two firsts;
Dannefeld in the pole vault and
Dooling in the 880. Other wins were
accorded to Brown, Company A, in
the 60-yard dash; Canors, Company
B, broadjunip; Sahay, Company D,
shot put; Molevick, Company E,
mile run; Cline, Company B, low
hurdles.

American Leads Older
Circuit in Total Wins
During Spring Season
NEW YORK, April 5.-(R)-Just
stretch this spring training season
for a few more weeks and the Na-
tional league might pull up on even
terms with the American in their
inter-league series.
From an impressive .650 two
weeks ago the American league's
winning average, against the Na-
tional had shrunk to a modest .581
today, based on 25 victories and 18
defeats in 43 games.
Of the American league's 25 vic-
tories the New York Yankees and
Philadelphia Athletics have con-
tributed nine apiece. Detroit has
won four games and Boston, Wash-
ington and Cleveland one each.
In games of all descriptions,
major and minor league competi-
tion combined, Washington leads
with 14 victories and 1 defeat.
Finals in the freshman class
events will be held in Waterman
gymnasium this afternoon at 4
p. m. All men who have quali-
fled are asked to report. The
events are: 50 yard dash, foul
shooting, high jump, broad jump
and rope climbing.

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Solons Boast Strong Outfield
But. Catching Staff
Is Weak.
Walter Johnson looks to have a
hard task in front of him if he ex-
pects to pilot the Washington Sen-
ators to as high a ranking as the
Senators received in the 1931 base-
ball campaign.
A strong outfield, made up of
Heinie Manush, the brilliant Sam
West, and the aging, but ever-dan-
gerous Sam Rice, as well as such
stars as the slugging Dave Harris,
and the fleet Carl Reynolds, re-
cently secured from Chicago, will
prove a superior group of fly-chas-
ers.
The infield is strong, especially
on the defensive, with Ossie Bluege

at third, Joe Cronin, the great, at
short, the erratic but speedy Buddy
Myers on second, and Joe Kuhel
holding down first. Kuhel, with
only one season of major league
ball behind him bids to develop in-
to one of the outstanding first
sackers in the circuit.
Roy Spencer will again do the
bulk of the receiving, with Moe
Berg, formerly of Chicago and
Cleveland, in reserve. This spot
seems to be the weakest point of
the Solons as neither man is a slug-
ger and both are somewhat aging
vets. Neither of the youngsters
have shown major league ability.
The trade with Chicago that sent
Sad Sam Jones.and Irving Hadley
away from the team lost Washing-
ton lost two good hurlers.

ORDER
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CHARLES P. DAVIS, Registrar
233 Broadway, New York

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Our great Reorganization
Sale, is sure a big success.
It offers you the opportunity to buy new Spring Clothing
just when you need it, at prices that are less than cost.

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The New Slack
We've a new flannel slack-totally different from any-
thing you have seen-that will startle the home folks.
It has a high waist, a narrow waist-band with belt
loops just below-side buckles and pleats, of course-.
but with two smart patch-pockets on the rear end that
are just too good to be true.
(We were going to hold this until warm weather, but
we just can't hold on any longer.)
$750
S affell & Bush

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The finest selection we have ever been
able to show. Polo Coats and half
belted models in the new shades of grey
and tan.
Quality Coats at the Right Price
Walk a Few Steps and Save Dollars

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SUITS
All new spring stock, light and
dark shades.
$23.85 - $28.85,
All $40, $45, $50 Values.
Overcoats '
Buy one for next winter now.
$1895- $2195
Values $40 to $50.

POLO COATS
In the new gray and tan, fine
fleece and English Velour.
$2285 -$25.85
Were $35 and $40
Tweed Topcoats
A great group of $35 coats slashed
to
$18.85

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A small deposit will reserve any,

garment until after

Vacation.

A vast selection of our $150 hand constructed
TI S ties in the new light spring shades . . ... .. . .... 9 c
A great group of our regular 75c Spring Hose,
HOSE double heel, sole, and toe. 3 pair $1.00. each 39C
All the new Spring shades. $5.00 hats $3.50.
HATS 6.00 hats . $3.95
Come in today while the selection is complete, you will find

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