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January 05, 1917 - Image 3

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PAVLOWA

TODAY
9 Parts
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THEATRE

Unquestionably the Greatest Living Dancer
in "THE DUMB GIRL OF PORTICI"

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PRINCETON WILL
NOT CLASH WITH
MICHIBAN SQUAD
WOLVERINE AUTHORITIES STATE
DEFINITELY THERE WILL
BE NO GAME
TIGERS SOUGHT ONE CONTEST
3aize and Blue Stood Out for Two.
Year Agreement With Game
Here In 1917
Michigan will not play Princeton
next fall.
So much concerning the 1917 foot-
fall schedule was stated last night by
Athletic Director Bartelme. The Wol-
verines and Tigers will not clash for
the edification of the football world
next season, that much is assured, al-
though the remainder of the schedule
cannot yet be announced.
The reason given for the failure of
the two universities to arrange suc-
cessfully a game is that Princeton is
not yet ready to enter into a two-year
contract. The eastern institution would
have been willing to play one game
with the Maize and Blue, but negotia-
tions fell short of completing arrange-
ments for a return contest, hence the
resultant outcome.
Much has, been said and written
anent a possible Michigan-Princeton
game, and the possibility of such a
contest has aroused great interest in
the football hemispheres, both east and
west. In view of the wide speculation
and interest the athletic office consid-
ered it advisable to announce definitely
that no game between the two institu-
tions will be scheduled for the coming
season.
The official schedule may not be
given out for publication before the
15th of the month, since the board in
control of athletics will probably not
hold its meeting before that time. It
is probable that the schedule will be
submitted to the board for its approval
at the next gathering, but in the mean-

while nothing definite, with the ex-
ception of the refusal of the Prince-
ton game, has been decided upon.
AUTIOITI E S ARE WOIiING ON
WA E RI NE TN~iS SC IDULE
Among the varsity schedules which
are now being worked out, the 1917
tennis team's exact dates and contests
are still undecided, but it is certain
that the team will make its eastern
trip as usual about the middle of May.
Among the possible opponents the
team will meet on this trip are Yale,
Princeton, Brown, Cornell, Navy, Le-
high and Lafayette. The schedule
will be printed later.
The 1917 squad under Captain Codd
lacks veterans but the material at
hand, as shown by the fall tournament,
seems to guarantee the selection of a
formidable band of racquet wielders.
Although there may be an abundance
of good material there is also a large
hole in the lineup to be filled and it is
hoped that many will try out for the
honors and that the team which in-
vades the east will represent the best
Michigan can produce in this line.
TO CONTINUE ELECTION FRAUD
INVESTIGATION IN MID-WEST
Washington, Jan. 4.-The depart-
ment of justice announced it will con-
tinue its probe into alleged election
frauds growing out of the recent presi-
dential election in Indiana, Ohio, and
Illinois.
Frank C. Dailey, special assistant to
the attorney general, is in Washington
today conferring with justice depart-
ment heads relative to prosecutions.
Assistant District Attorney Wallace, in
denying a widely circulated report that
the probe had been dropped, said the
investigation would be pushed "with
renewed vigor."
Princess Pat-Vocal or instrumental
at the Allmendinger Music Shop. 122
E. Liberty St. 5
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. 5tf
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.
Wild Company. Leading merchant
tailors. Stato street. tf

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gest Opportunity of
the New Year to Buy

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Men's Clothes.

Our,

Annual

Clearance Sale
is on, and new low prices have
gone into effect on our entire line
of Men's High Grade Suits and
Overcoats.

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Places

Hal Smith on

His All-American Track Squad

Edward Bushnell, one of the recog-
nized track authorities in the country
announced his All-American track
team during vacation and he selected
Captain Hal Smith of the 1916 Michi-
gan Varsity for the 100-yard dash.
Andy Ward of the C. A. A., who won
the 100 and 220 at the national cham-
pionships drew the 220. Smith's all

lected two other men who appeared
on Ferry field last season, Murray of
Leland Stanford drawing the honors
in the low hurdles, and Sherman Lan-
ders, the sensational school boy ath-
lete, was given the choice in the pole
vault.
Secretary Rubien of the A. A. U.
also picked an All-American and an

Reductions
on
Hats
Caps
Angora Vests
Stiff Cuff
Shirts
and
Sweaters

Former Prices
$12.50 to $30
Sale Prices

in the season for which they
bought, and sold they will be.

were

around consistent work was the means All-College track team, and although
of his drawing the position, as he did he gave Smith the honors in the 100
not compete in the nationals and cus- in the latter, he picked Jo Loomis as
tomarily the winner of this event is the century dash man in the former.
the individual selected. Bushnell se- I Bushnell's team follows:
Event. Athlete. Club. Performance.
100 yards dash.............Smith.... University of Michigan...... .10
220 yards dash.............Ward.... Chicago A. A............... .213-5
440 yards dash........Meredith.... Univ. of Pennsylvania....... .472-5
880 yards run............Meredith.....Univ. of Pennsylvania....... 1.521-5
1-mile run.............Windnagle.....Cornell .................... 4.15
3-mile run................Potter....Cornell.....................
3-mile walk................Remer.....N. Y. A. C............... ....
5-mile run................Ray.... Chicago .................... 25.113-5
120 yards hurdles.....Simpson.... Univ. of Missouri........... .14 3-5
220 yards hurdles.........Murray.... Leland Stanford............ .24
440 yards hurdles........Hummell.... Multnomah A. C............. .54 4-5
High jump...................Oler....Yale ...... .......... 6.021-4
Broad jump..........Worthington.... Dartmouth ................. 24.00 1-4
Hammer throw..............Ryan.... Irish-American A. C.........174.08
Shot put..............Mucks....Univ. of Wisconsin.........145.04 1-2
Pole vault.............Landers.... Chicago A. A............... 12.09
Javelin throw.........Bronder.... Irish-American A. C.......190.06
Discus throw............Mucks.... Univ. of Wisconsin........145.041-2
Hop, step and jump.. .Ahearn... .Illinois A. C................ 46.00 1-2
36-pound weight...... ,..McGrath... Irish-American A. C........ 35.06 1-2

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