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March 12, 1918 - Image 3

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Dame; Baker, Michigan, second; Phil-
bin, Notre Dame, third. Distance,
41 feet 11 1-2 inches.
Pole vault-Cross and Rademacher
tied; for first place; Powers, Notre
Dame, third. Height, 11 feet 6 inches.
High jump-Johnson, Michigan, and
Haigh, Michigan, tied for first place;
Gilfallen, Notre Dame, third. Height,
5 feet 9 inches.
One mile relay-Won by Michigan
(Kruger, Stoll, Messner, Forbes).
Time, 3:37 1-5.
Red Donnelly Is
Elected Captain
O313 "M" MaIn on Track Team Chosen
Leader After Notre Dame
Red Donnelly, distance runner, and
the only "M" man on Steve Farrell's
track team, was elected captain of the
aggregation at a meeting held after
the meet with Notre Dame last Sat-




Picard, Gridiron
Star, Writes.Play.
Former Michigan Quarterback Pro.
duces Book for Custer Sketch;
Is Captain
Captain Frank Picard, '13, for two
years a quarterback on Yost's grid-
iron machines, is donating some of his
non-athletic talents to Camp Custer.
Picard is author of "Say The Word,"
a play soon to be presented at the
cantonment at Battle Creek.
Picard, though slight of build, was
a dandy at the pilot post and he

starred at the helm of the Wolverine
elevens of 1911 and 1912. He also
had a literary bent and wrote parts of
the opera in those years. The pro-
ceeds from his latest production,
which will be given in Chicago and
Detroit, will go to the camp athletic
While he was playing football for
Michigan, Picard seldom- received
great credit in Detroit sport circles.
The reason was not that Picard was
a poor player, it lay in the fact that
he wrote sport copy for some of the
papers in the Automobile City and
he refused to write himself up. Pic-
ard used to play through a game of
Ferry field and ride into Detroit toj

Picard is stationed wit
sion at Camp Custer.
Adelphi To Debate Japane
Resolved, that the Ur
should give Japan free reig
providing she solemnly
withdraw after the war,
question debated at the me
A delphi House of Repres
be held at 7:30 o'clock
night in the Adelphi rooms
Parliamentary practice
ducted by Herman A. Aug

ap, The men who placed in any event in
for the Catholic meet were allowed to vote
for captain and the choice of the fiery-
ar headed nailer was unanimous. Don-
40- nelly failed to place in the mile at
in South Bend, but when 'ie rounds into
ily form the veteran traVkster will show
p- a clean pair of heels to many Con-
l's ference distance men. /
ok Red first broke into print two years
ago when he ran second on the two-
mile relay quartet that broke the in-
rd tercollegiate and tied the world's in-
1.-5 door record in a dual race with a Yale
de aggregation. Murphy was the first
sr, runner on that squad, Ufer followed
3st Donnelly, and Carroll was the man left
of to breast the tape.
Donelly not alone brought himself
he 'to stardom by his work on the track
of team, he also brought himself back to
ds good health. When he entered school,
rm Red was ill. He went out for the
rg track team as much to get exercise as
he anything else and in two years time
to he was back on his feet again-also
he was sporting an "M."
by Red was the campus choice, too, for
ad track captain.

Coach Lundgren put his men
through the first batting practice of
the season in Waterman gymnasium
yesterday afternoon.
Saunders, Crockett, and Sheidler"
were used as tossers, while the entire
outfit was given an extensive practice'
in hitting and all were allowed a
chance to show what they could do
with the stick. Many were in suits
for the workout and the baseball men-
tor was pleased with the showing of
his men.
Little besides the hitting was in-
dulged in by the players, as most of
the time was spent in the batting raZe
A short workout in handling fast ones
was gone through before the pract,
broke up, however.
The promised cut is not to be made
for several 'days yet as the coa - h
wants to get more of a line of the
ability of his men with the bat. But
before the week is over the al:eady
small squad will be still smaller, un-
loss the mentor changes his mind.
As soon as the weather permits {'to
men will get out of doors and then
practice will begin in earne 3t. Coach
Lundgren desires to get on Ferry field
before spring vacation if poss'be, for
there is i uch to be done with te
material he has in hand before a team
of Conferrn e caliber will be pro-

The Pulse of Michigan!
Qg S 4jni
Looal or mailed


, the Catholic's Wrestiers Start
ance. Donnel-
entree in this Early-Next Week
on account of
y has been out All atries i, f:mpus Tournc M !ta
s a result has AlEris I~n pus Trnt-i- Nisi
o shape for the n'! 111 Before Wc1
to be all right nesday
next Saturday
lye theuaroon All entries for the all-campus
hvrstling to,, -nament must he handed
er Tie Again in L) ; the t'Ue of this week About
er, again tied 2 uIn&1 hV*i- ('ready hanided in their
e vault as they names,ts ign more
. Cross came will signs ,
ival when the There will be match(- in the four
et 8 inches but standard classes and if enough men
after he had weighing 120 or under enter, there
ieet Cross has will be a separate class for them. The.
nd in a little schedule for the first matches will be
Sinto a star posted Saturday and they will take
r.+-ce the early part of next week.
The tournamemn. will undoubte1ly
e relay team, take on the ispl . t of a company com-
lead early in petition, for aim)t ev-,y one of the
hroughout al- military c7npanies is already repro-a
pressed by the sented. Any questions concerning
this event can be answered by con-:
well satisfied suiting J. W. Planck, 'P J, who is mar-
men and said aging the i uicn ment, or F. D. Reider,,
along made a '18, who will referee most of the
wk omatches.

Madison, Wis., March 11.--By de-
feating the Illinois quintet 16 to 13
Saturday night, the Wisconsin basket
tossers practically cinched the Con
ference championship. The end of
this week will see the last contests of
the "Big Ten" season. The Badgers
will play two contests this week-end
and if they win either of them they
will capture first honors
Minnesota and Purdue will meet the
Wisconsin team, but the chances of
both of them beating the Madison ag-
gregation are very slight. Th' leaders
have won 8 out of 10 contests thus
far, while Minnesota holds second
place with six victories and three de-
feats. If the Gophers should succeed
in beating the Badgers and if Pur-
due should also come through with a.
victory, first place would go to the
Minnesota quintet.





on( n.


Won. Lost.

Wisconsin... 8
Minnesota ........... 6
Indiana............. 3
Ohio State........... 4
Iowa ................. 4
Michigan....... . 0



Fabnof -Fabrication

arly pleasing to
ted that he was
ed bunch of track
hat he would not
loly on his star
Praises Michigan
track coach said
n his opinion the
s the best in the
Two weeks ago,

Will Present Oratory Play in Ypsilanti
"The Tragedy of Nan," the oratori-
cal play produced in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall several weeks ago by the
members of the Oratorical association,
will be given by the same cast in
Pease auditorium in Ypsilanti Satur-
day evening, March 16. The leading
role of this play is taken by Lionel

"M" Sweaters Given Four Miami Girls'
White sweaters with red M's on
them were the reward given to four
Miami, Ohio, university girls for earn-
ing 500 athletic points. The points
were given for participation in all
girls' games and the walking of 200
The official R. O. T. C. and U. M.
Insignia have arrived at Henry & Co.
715 N. University.-Adv.

Buying goods only because they are low
priced is like stopping a clock to save time.
Our hand tailored-clothes are pure wool
clothes from sheep to shop. We pay the
best wages to the best workmen for their
best work. You pay a fair price, no
more; you receive the fullest value.
You can buy our tailored clothes on faith
because they are sold on honor. Neverthe-
less our Guarantee of Satisfaction begins
where many end-after the clothes are on
your back; then they must be right or we
want them back.
Our cloth assortment is vast and varied.
You can't help but find the one suiting
above all others that "suits your taste to
a T."
Easter Comes Macrh 31


ne of the
were only
a point
put over
igan, sec-
Al, Michi-
id; Swee-
2:02 3-5.
by John-
tre Dame,
n, third.








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