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Admission to the Cornell-Mich- *
igan track meet to be held in *
Waterman gymnasium,, Saturday, *
March 17, will be by coupon nlum- *
ber' 14. These coupons will be. *
received by the Athletic associa- *
tion up to 6 o'clock P. M, March *
12, and a reserved seat ticket will *
be returned provided a stamped, *
self-addressed envelope is enclos- *
ed.. The tickets will be sent out *
not later than March 16. *

Illinois Coach Says Obie Came
Floor Behind Simp-
son

Down

RELAY TEAM SECOND TO THE
MISSOURIANS IN'3:31'2-5

Squad to Get Hard Grilling
Week Before Cornell
Tilt

This

Ext Capacit
Crowd at Mleet

According to Coach Schulte of Mis-
souri, a former Maize and Blue track- All

ster, O'Brien finished third in the 50-
yard dash finals. Three men came
down' the floor together all wearing
"M's." Two of them were Missouri
speeders, the other Obie. Schulte
swears that Obie was the man behind
Simpson, the western wonder, and
that he was ahead of Scholtz, one of
Shulte's own men. The fact that the
second, third, and fourth men all wore
sweaters with the same letter on it,
caused the mistake.
Simmons is of the opinion that he
never cleared the bar at 6 feet 2 inches
as the summaries show. Vic under-
stands that Treweeke of Kansas made
a 6 foot 1 inch measured jump, while
he was one inch below the winner.
The relay was lost at the start when
a Missouri man got the pole on Hunt-
ington. The 14-lap track gave the
pole man about a five-yard handicap,
something the Wolverines were un-
able to make up. Michigan did well
in this event, however, finishing about
10 yards in the rear of the Missourians.
The winners' time was 3:30 and the
second placers' 3:312-5.
Steve will keep his men in the gym
all this week. Farrell says that the
men will need to know every inch of
the track conditions in the gym in
order to subdue the Cornellian speed-
sters. Special attention will be given
to the half milers and the hurdlers,
departments in which the Wolverine
track men are noticeably weak.
There is opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ads. Read them.
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But 450 Out of 2,500 Seats Were
Gone Yesterday After-
noon

Steve Farrell is due to have a large
collection of persons out to see his
team fight Cornell Saturday.
Indications now point to the occu-
pation of every seat in the new gym
when Sid Millard officially calls the
first event.
Yesterday afternoon all but 450, of
the 2500 seats to be filled had been
reserved by the Athletic association.
The remainder of the pasteboards
will be put on sale today, in the asso-
ciation offices.
Mltby to Get
Another Prepster
Grand Rapids City Independents Star
to Try for All.
Fresh
Another shining star promises to
brighten the horizon for All-fresh
Coach Dale Maltby in the shape of a
hefty freshman, Pete Van Boven, form-
er Grand Rapids prep school star and
short stop on the furniture city in-
dependent city team. The latter ag-
gregation was conceded to be one of
the best independent collections of
base ball players in the middle west
last year.
Van Boven had an almost perfect
fielding average for the entire season,
as well as a batting record of .500.
Pete has never played professional
ball, turning down a number of offers
for a chance at the Wolverine Var-
sity.
CLASS RELAY TEAMS GET LAST
CHANCE TO RUN AGAINST TIME
The last opportunity for any class
relay team to run against time for the
qualifying round will be given Mon-
day.
Have your team-if you are not sat-
isfied with the time already made-
appear and run against time.
All but eight teams will be elim-
inated on the time basis.

BOLN TEAM WAITS
TO EAR FROM ILLINOIS
WOLVERINES PROBABLE CHAMPS
OF WESTERN DIVI-
SION
With no word from Illinois as yet
concerning the scores bowled by the
Champaign team against Michigan last
Saturday, the Wolverines are waiting
anxiously word from the secretary of
the league which will either end the
season or proclaim them champions
of the western section of the Inter-
collegiate bowling organization.
In this season which was marked
by the debut of Michigan's pin team,
the new comers were assigned five
matches. In the first contest the Mich-
igan quintet downed Syracuse for a
clean sweep of three games. In the
second and fourth squabbles on the
schedule the opponents, Cornell and
Oberlin, failed to put a fight and al-
though Captain Schoepfle has not
heard from the secretary the Wolver-
ines will undoubtedly get three games
in each case by default.
In the third match on the bill the
team humiliated M. A. C. by a victory
of two games out of three. The game
won by the Aggies is the only mark on
the defeat list of the Wolverines in
the first four contests.
With nearly a clean record of victor-
ies even an Illinois victory may not put
the team out of running and although
nothing official has been reported it
looks as if the Michigan squad will
be the team that plays the champion
of the eastern division.
CLOSE QUINTET ENTRIES
Entries to the interscholastic bas-
ketball tournament closed yesterday,
with not quite 30 entry blanks received
by the officials, but it is expected that
several more that were mailed at the
last minute will be received today or
probably tomorrow.
Visiting teams will be quartered on
the fraternities and clubs that have
replied to the officials' requests for
entertainment for the guests. Allot-
ment to houses will be made this aft-
ernon by the assistants to Basketball
Interscholastic Manager W. Lee Wat-
son.
Indict Food Manipulators in New York
Washington, March 12. - Another
group of indictments of food manipu-
lators in New York state is expected
shortly, it was disclosed today, prior
to a conference between Attorney-
General Gregory, George W. Anderson,
Frank M. Swacker, and Robert M.
Childs, special food investigators.
For results advertise in The Michi-
gan Daily.

SEVEN TEAMS IN
CLASS ALLEY RACE
Senior Engineers Roll Erratic Games;
Soph Lits Tied for Per-
centage
Opening up with two matches the
class .bowling league has made its
appearance with seven contestants
listed on the books. The teams which
are at present spilling the pins in
desperate efforts to capture the title
are the senior lits, junior lits, soph
lits, senior engineers, junior engineers,1
dents, and an all-fresh combination.
In the first tussle of the season the
senior engineers pounded the alleys
for a three-game win over the dents.
In the second contest the slide rulers
also figured 'but their computations
were rather inaccurate and they found
one game. to their credit while their
second year opponents had chalked up
a pair.
Figuring up the relative standing of
the entrants from the results of the
two matches that have been played,
the '17 engineers and '19 lits are tied
with a percentage of .666, while the
third party, the luckless dent organ-
ization, conceals a grand average of
zero.
The high team total for one game
is 757, rolled up by the senior engi-
neers. Golinvaux holds the individual
high mark with a score of 211.
PRESENT ANNUAL DRILLS
Women to Give Program in Gym Be-
fore Schoolmasters'
Club
The annual demonstration of the de-
partment of physical education for
women will vary its usual program
this year, presenting its gymnastic
drills and dances in the form of an
underclass contest for a banner.
Forty girls will be chosen from each
class for their ability in floor, work,
marching, and dancing and a prelim-
inary meet will be held soon to cut
this number down to 20.
The demonstration will take place
before the Schoolmasters' club on
March 29. An apparatus meet will
count in the final scores of the com-
peting classes.
Novel Decoration for Junior Prom
Purdue-The committee in charge
of the junior prom is planning to have
a miniature pool in the center of the
gym floor for the prom. In the pool
will be a miniature Venis de Milo and
numerous goldfish.

PLAY SECOND ROUND IN
BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
ARCHITECTS, SENIOR LAWS, AND
JUNIOR LITS

WIN Freshman and junior teams in we
men's basketball, losers in the clan
Three teams battled for honors in games of the past week, will conteE
.rithe cellar championship in the "con
the second round of the interclass solation game" at 5 o'clock Wednesde
basketball tournament at Waterman afternoon. Lineups will be announce
gymnasium last night. The first game tomorrow by the captains, Buela
between the medics and architects re- Smith, '18, and Hazel Platt, '20.
sulted in a final score of 17 to 10 in The winning substitute teams c
1917 and 1919 will play at 4 o'cloc
favor of the architects. The game was17n d ay.1Thill aeat4 roclo
marked by fouls on both sides which on the same day. These games at the W
proved fatal only to the doctors. men's league party Friday afternoc
A rather slow game between the when the sophomores and seniors ba
grads and senior laws resulted in a tle for the college title.
victory for the barristers. Pierce and
Baxter helped the lawyers with tallies, Prof. Brumm Speaks in Lane Ha
which Phelps and Stevenson were the About 125 people attended the le
only grads who showed form. The ture given by Prof. J. R. Brumm c
final score was 11 to 4 in favor of the the rhetoric department in Lane ha
senior laws. Sunday evening. The subject of Pre
Best battle of the evening was a fessor Brumm's lecture was "Efficient
game between the soph lits and the and Culture." It was the second of
juniors of the same school. These series of five to be delivered on topic
teams played off the tie which was the of general interest in Lane hall. Tb
result of their last meeting. The third one will be given next Sunda
tussle ended in a victory for the by Dr. Reuben Peterson on the subje
juniors by a score of 15 to 14. Emery of "Medicine as a Profession."
and McClintock starred for the sopho-
mores, while Brown and Miller were Will Erect Two $100$00 Buidini
the satellites on the third year men's Wi yr cts T-Pl $n 004av0'Bee n
team. Syracuse-Plans have been co
Five games more will be played to- pleted for the erection of two $100,0(
night. The following is the schedule: pavilions as additions to the hospit
7 to 8 o'clock-Junior dents vs. fresh of the Good Shepherd.
engineers, court 4; senior laws vs.
soph lits, court 3; junior lits vs. junior~
laws, court 2; and, 8 to 9 o'clock-
Senior engineers vs. architects, court
2; medics vs. fresh dents, court 3.

WOMEN CONTES']
CONSOLATION I

Cellar Championship to
Captains Announce
Tomorrow

Be Deed
Lineups

MINNESOTA'S DEFEAT UPSETS
BIG NINE BASKETBALL DOPE
Chicago, March 12.-Minnesota's un-
expected defeat at the hands of the
Badger's basketball crew last ' week
upset all predictions in the Big Nine
standings. The Gophers must defeat
Northwestern tonight to take a tie
with Illinois. Wisconsin and North-
western close the conference season
Thursday night. The standings:
Won Lost Pct.
Illinois ...............10 2 .833

Spurwvood
Just ont!
EARL & WILSON.r

Minnesota ............ 9
Purdue ............... 7
Wisconsin ........ }... 7
Indiana ............... 3
Chicago .............. 4
Ohio ........... ..., 3
Iowa .................. 1
Northwestern ......... 1

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Do You Enjoy
Outdoor Sports?
If so, you like skating, and
to thoroughly enjoy this
healthful exercise you must
be correctly corsetted.
You must be comfortable,
and still you want your figure
to be trim.
3e1~
meet all these requirements.
There are models distinctly
made for "sports" wear, and
each model is a fashionable
shaping corset.
Be fitted to 90ur
Redfem Corset.

be twcen sets dr in Coca-Cola.
Xelcomne wherever it goes,
for there's nothing that com-
pares to it as a thirst-quencher
and for delicious refreshment.
Demand the genumie by full name--
nicknames encourae substitution.
THE COCA-COLA Co. ATLANTA. GA.
23C-
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Tennis Rackets
The largest assortment in the city. Five leading
lines to select from.
RACKETS RESTRUNG
Three Day Service-Excellent Work
GEO. J. MOE
"SPORT SHOP"
711 N. University Ave. Next to Arcade Theatre
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Little
Glimpses
Into Your
Telephone,
Receiver IH

Wpright Hart Schlaffner 4Uarx

The
look

A Real Pipe
for
College Men
These are two of the
24 popular shapes in
which you can get the
Stratford
75c and up
W D C Hand Made
$1.00 and up
Each a fine pipe,
with sterling silver ring
-and vulcanite bit.
Leading dealers in
town carry a full as-
sortment. Select your
favorite style.
WM. DEMUTH & CO.
New York.

1I H ERE the delicate mech-
anism of the telephone
receiver hook and con-
tacts is shown. This mechanism
embraces more than a dozen of
the 116 separate parts that go
to make up a Bell telephone,
and it has been developed to the highest point of
mechanical efficiency. It combines strength and
durability with the delicacy of instant response.
When the receiver is "banged" into the hook re-
peatedly, parts areloosened and adjustments destroyed;
if the receiver strikes the hook a lateral blow before it
is down far enough to break the contact, the person on
the other end of the line, if he has not had time to
hang up, will hear a sharp, cracking noise that is far
from pleasant.
You can help to safeguard the service by care in
replacing the receiver.
Michigan State Telephone Company
J. J. Kelly, Manager
Telephone 500

Style Leaders
for Spring
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Varsity Fifty Five Suits
and Varsity Six Hundred
Overcoats
Considering what they are,
and what you'll get out of
them, they are undoubtedly
the most economical clothes
you can buy. Latest style,
best tailoring, all wool cloth.

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and up

For Sale by
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Genuine
French
Briar

REULE-CONLI N-FIEGEL CO.
Southwest cor. Main and
Washington Streets
"It pays to come down town "

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