1 _ -
"Oh, who's shot? Not really over!
Well, I'm so glad that I've learned the
game thoroughly. You're still cher-
ishing my Dorine, aren't you, Percy?
hiug to Enter Meet Must
Up at Gymnasium
Plans for the annual wrestling
re- tourney are rapidly taking shape.
All men who wish to enter any one
of the four divisions are to sign up in
the office of Doctor G. A. May in
Waterman gymnasium March 4 on
Viich- blanks that will be provided there.
o re- There will be lightweight, welter
at 4 weight, middle weight, and heavy
when weight divisions.
Silver loving cups will be presented
work the winners in each of the four divis-
ng of ions while the runner up in each
group will receive numeral tights.
Ann Real competition is expected this year
Vol- because of the training in wrestling.
ere h given the members of the R. O. T. C.
companies by F. D. Rider.
O ket It is expected that the finals will
ek of be held the latter part of March.
sent- The lightweight division includesI
green all men under 135 pounds; the welter
weight all between 135 and 145
1e not pounds; the middle weight, those be-
few, tween 145 and 158; and the heavy
Sun- weight all those tipping the beam at
play more than 158 pounds. If there are
base- enough real light men entered, a
eams feather weight division will be form-
U. of N.Jlan Sent
To Electric Chair
One of the saddest tragedies in the
history of the University was enacted
in Detroit recently when Earl Brooks,
ex-'21, was electrocuted at Navin field.
The office of President Navin, of the
Tigers, was the scene of the sorrowful
affair, which was witnessed by Mr.
Navin, Harry Tuthill, the eminent
trainer and orator, and a number of
Trainer Tuthill was holding forth as
usual when the victim timidly entered
the office. This being his first ap-
pearance as a big leaguer, Brooks
stood until invited by Tuthill to re-
move his coat and sit down.
"I have just been reading about you
in the paper," exclaimed the doctor.
The young pitcher anxious to read
of his fame on the diamond, leaned
forward. This was the crucial mom-
ent.A great hush had fallen over the
audience as President Navin arose,
yawned, and walked across the room.
On reaching the other side of the
room, Navin gently touched a secret
Brooks leaped from his seat with a
convulsive shudder, sparks cracking
in the region of his trousers, and danc-
ed about the office as he tried to loc-
ate the origin of the disturbance.
"Th-they don't teach that at Mich-
igan," he murmured as he carefully
seated himself on the floor.
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first base for
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and is able
MISS MIDRED BRINK
MISS HELEN DALE
THESE ARE A FEW OF THE STARS IN THE
his all around play-
g a sure fielder and
arks was a fine hit-
nobe, of last year's
are expected to be
coming Varsity. Ruz-
and will be out in
as basketball sea-
nobe played second
and showed himself
best fielders on the
men are expected to
he team: Genebach,
idler, catchers; Ruz-
pitchers ; Adams,
.obe, infielders; Ippel
polis, The Little Girl,
new spring disguise
tripped down to see
eroes from Michigan
with her - own big
an out?' Where are
he nicest white arms
n so well!"
iat toss won't count;
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