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.I

I WEATHER KEEPS MAJORITY OF
TRACKSTERS FROM
PRACTICE
Only a few of the Wolverine track-
sters showed up for practice yester-
day, and those that did put in their
appearance were given only a light
workout by Coach Farrell. The rain
and cold weather during the past week
has interfered with the daily sessions
for keeping the athletes in condition.
Steve is praying for "Ol' Sol" to come
out from behind the clouds so that his
men can get into shape for the Notre

St. Paul, Minn., April 30.-George
Sudheimer, a local attorney, has been
a star athlete since he. was thirteen
years of age, but still he isn't satis-
fied. At the age of 42 he is preparing
to win new laurels in the handball
field.
Sudheimer has achieved fame as a
skater, sprinter, gymnast, bicycle
rider, and swimmer. Like other
champions, his first effort was a fail-
ure and it was his determination to
redeem himself that brought him suc-
cess.
In 1889 Sudheimer entered a cham-
pionship skating race. He had short
skates and his veteran opponent wore
long ones. Sudheimer lost but as
soon as he was able, he got a pair
of real skates and his prowess was
notable. In 1900 he won the national
indoor title at Montreal.
Twenty years ago, Sudheimer won
bicycle races with consistent regular-
ity. Now and' then he broke the mono-
tony by participating in running races
and he clipped the century in 10 1-5
seconds. Now he intends to start alli
over again.

at the Cleveland American Lea
park, the total will reach ten with
drafting of Pitcher Otis S. Lamb
who has been ordered to repor
Camp Funston. Two more prob
will be added. It is reported
Josh Billings, second string catc
and Ray Chapman, star shorts
have intimated they will join the
val auxiliary reserve.
Members of the Cleveland team
in the service are: Outfielder El
Smith; Infielder Louis Guisto
Joe Harris; Catcher J. H. DeB
and Pitchers Ed Klepfer. Chester '

Maize and Blue track mento
ng his squad to find a man
the half mile to take the p
cant by the enlistment of S
he has not been successful
arch. It is doubtful whether
able to whip anyone into sh
e for th.e meet with the Catho
eeks from next Saturday.
Bend team still has practic
me bunch which the Wolver
iring the indoor season.
s reported that Gilfallen,
und star of the Notre D
is out for the rest of the,.
a dislocated knee. He th
ured member out of joint at
ylvania relays last Satur
rhakirig a leap in the br
in the pentathlon event.
vill just about equalize the
Wolverine athletes, as he
point winner in several ev
tension Lectui

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n to
lace
toll,
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The
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usher at the local bas
MILITARY
Ensign D. J. D. Cole:
the city Y. M. C. A. to
navy recruits.

n '

raes YALE READY FOR HARVARD Many cade
AND PRINCETON CONTEST giment have
the lar enrollme
ame be given un
New Haven, Conn., April 30.-Pre- ien ut
year filled out.
crew parations have been closed for the
baseball bames between Yale and to do this s;
the Williams in
day Harvard and Yale and Princeton, the Natural
road which games are considered as the as possible
His Elis' so-called championship season.
loss On Saturday the Yale team travels
was to Princeton where the New Haven Thirty-five
ents. team starts its championship play. commandeni
The blue team is full of former prep division of
school stars and bids fair to have a men will p:
res successful season. Right field is the trol boats a
only position that is not assured, but 15 men hav
there are two. men fighting for the physical e:
oday garden job. Gordon, former Andover past two w
and man, and Pram, who has had only the been receive
1experience of high school playing, passed the
are in the lead for the place. Pram tion can be
1 to- will probably hold it down against Grindley, '2
neri- Princeton as Gordon, who had been
given the preference for the position, Dancing F
was slightly hurt several weeks ago. at the Armo
sent
Ann Class Dancing Monday and Thure- Patronize
day evenings at the Packard.-Adv. and you will

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VI

Have You Seen the New Gillettes
Specially Designed for the
Fighting Man?
THESE models were designed by
members of the Gillette Organiza-
tion who have seen service with the
Colors and know what the soldier is
up against.
Hundreds of officers and men are
buying them-the U. S. Service Set in
metal case, and the new Khaki-covered
sets for Uncle Sam's soldiers and
officers.
- The Gillette is the one razor for the
man who is doing 'things-the one
razor with world-wide use and repu-
tation.
When a man wants new Blades he
can get them at any Post Exchange
or Y. M. C. A. Hut-here in America
or Overseas.
Our Paris Office carries stocks-is
constantly supplying the American
Expeditionary Forces. Gillette Safety
Razors and Blades on sale everywhere
in Fran:e, Ei ngland, Italy and the
Eastern battle fronts.

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rywhere
Man's Razor

> be clean-shaved, trim and alert-in all sorts of
with all kinds of ,hard Or soft or hot or cold

water.

he carries to be light and compact.

's why fighting men are using more Gil-
tn all other razors put together.
Gillette has stood the test of hard usage,
kind of beard and texture of skin-under
of climatic conditions-and proved itself
:cient.
U. S. Regulations call for a clean shave.

Every man-in the Service ccs a Gillette.
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