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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1912.

HOCK CONVENTION PICKS
BRYAN AND "TEDDY" FOR RACE
William Jennings Bryan was nom-
inated by the combined vote of the
Democratic delegates at . the mock
convention that was held in room B of
the law building, which was attended
by 300 political enthusiasts. The Ne-
braskan received 75 votes which gave
s him the unanimous decision -over Wil-
son, Clark aifd Underwood.
Theodore Roosevelt was the choice of
T the Republicans, securing 30 votes
against 11 for Taft. The Socialists
with the vote of 23 "comrades" nomi-
es nated Debs for the presidency.
Adelphi, Alpha Nu, Jeffersonian and
Webster literary societies united for
the meeting that was held. The pro-
X gram was under the management of
William F. Wheatley.

ENTRY LIST FOR TENNIS
TOURNAMENT CLOSES TODAY
Entrants for the varsity tennis tour-
nament still have a day in which to
hand in their entries. The list will be
closed tonight and the drawings will
be held. All those desiring to enter
who have not yet done so should either
sign their names on the list posted at
the varsity courts at Ferry field, or
call up Captain Thorward.
About twenty entries have been re-
ceived so far and a number are expect-
ed today. No entrance fee will be
charged. Play will begin on Monday
and if possible the finals will be held
on Saturday. If the singles can be run
off in a week, a doubles tournament
will be held the next week. '
MICHIGAN AND
"HPENNSY SIGN

DR. A.C.

COACH

TRAINER WHO HAS
FITZPA TRICK'S SHOI
YEXAS WIT1h UNQUA.
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st game ofthe
lutgers College
ig the ball time-
lverines hit Den-

BOILERMAKERS
AND LAWYERS,
BATTLE TODAY
FRESHMEN ENGINEERS AND JUN-
IOR LAWS WILL MEET ON VAR-
SITY'S DIAMOND FOR CAMPUS
HONORS THIS AFTERNOON.
Freshmen Won Right to Enter Fnials
by Drubbing Seniors in Lop-
sided Score of 9-1.

4Y EAR PACTI

i Rutgers
runs and
I to finish
safe.
e the on-
get a hit
lg bee of

nning * * * * * * * * *
riple. * Team W L Pet. *
endie* J. Laws ........3 0 1.000 *
ere* Fresh Eng. ....3 0 1.000 *
* Senior Lits ....2 2 .500 *
great
mis- * Homeops ......1 3 .250 *
ou-*Fresh Medics ..0 4 .000 *
ou-* * * * * * * * * * * * I
early The final game of the interclass se-
a the ries and the contest whose result will
easy determine the university champion-
runs ship for the season of 1912, will be
rventh played this afternoon on the Varsity's

in the ninth. Rutgers was
in the eighth and
hree, but fast fielding
and they were unable to
in the last round.
Michigan
AB RIHTO A E
3b ......6 0 0 2 22
5 2 1 2 0 0
5 2 2 0 0 0
.5 2 2 5 3 3
.5 0 2 7 2 0
5 0 0 9 0 0
4 1 2 0 1 0
4 1 3 1 3 2
.0 0 0 0 0 0
043 8 13 27 11 7

stamping ground at Ferry field. By
virtue of winning all of the games on
their schedules the fresh engineers
and J laws have earned the right to
fight it out for the highest honor of
class baseball.The battteries have been
announced as Sisler and Shepard for
the freshmen and Lanigan and Butler
for the laws. An admission of twenty-
five cents will be charged, and the
game will be started at 2:30 o'clock.
Both men are well known by the cam-
pus fans through their past work and
the fact that they are to do the twirl-
ing tomorrow in itself promises a bat-
tie royal.
The engineers proved their right to
be the second member in tomorrow's
affair by trimming the senior lits yes-
terday afternoon by a 9-1 score. The
seniors seemed to be affected with a
bad case of stage fright and forgot that
they had ever posessed any such qual-
ity as "pep." They bobbled the ball
in the most approved sand-lot fashion,
making nine errors in all and ren-v
dering the steady throwing of their
pitcher of no avail.
Up to the last half of the sixth inning
it was a close and interesting contest,
but here the lit team fell tQ pieces and
a series of their misplays coupled with
a brace of safeties brought five counts
over the rubber for the victors. Had-
den pitched gilt-edged ball for the en-
gineers, holding the lits to one hit and
striking out fourteen men.
Batteries: Fresh, Hadden and Shep-
ard; lits, Pennell and Lewis; umpire,
Pontius.

ANNOUJNCEJIIENT MADE YESTER-
DAY BY DIRECTOR BARTELME
OF FOOTBALL ARRANGEMENT
WITH THAT INSTITUITION.
Protocol Assures Continuance of Var-
sity's Competing Against
Easterners.
All doubt as to the continuance of
athletic relations between Pennsyl-
vania and Michigan are now dispelled
by the announcement of Director Bar-
telme that a four-year football con-
tract has been signed and ratified with
the Quakers. The matter has been
hanging fire for some time but was
recently settled and it is an assured
fact that Pennsylvania will continue
to\be one of the big opponents of the
year and the Penn game will still be
the big contest.
According to the terms of the con-
tract the 1912 and 1913 game will be
played at Philadelphia and the 1914
and 1915 games will be staged on Fer-
ry field. The effect of this arraige-
ment will be to make the Cornell game
the big home game for the next two
years and the Quakers the star at-
traction for the two following years.
The date of next fall's game has al-
ready been set as November 9 and the
dates of the ensuing games will be de-
termined by the first of each success-
ive year.
Small Crowd Attendts Installation.
But a meagre crowd of women at-
tended the Installation of Women ex-
ercises at Sarah Caswell Angell hall
yesterday afternoon. Myra B. Jor-
dan spoke, as did other members of
the Women's League. Miss Winifred
Mahon, president of the league for the
ensuing year; gave a brief survey of
plans for her term.
A short dance and light refresh-
ments followed the meeting.
By a recent ruling the sororities of
the University of Iowa will be allow-
ed to pledge freshmen only with the
consent of the women's dean.
"Job," the Bible drama, may be pre-
sented by the students at the Univer-
sity of Missouri if present plans to
have the students of the Bible college
engage in dramatic work carry.

Plans to Sipend Summer in Europe
Upon Return to Enter Pro-
fession or Business.
Dr. Alvin C. Kraenzlein, track co
and trainer of Michigan athletes
the man who has in a great way n
Michigan athletics a success, has
signed his position. His resigna
was tendered to the Board of Rege
at yesterday's meeting;, and was
cepted by them, and at the sameti
power was given to the' athletic c
mittee to name his successor.
resignation is to take effect at the
of this school year.
Dr. Kraenzlein intends to spend
summer in Europe and after his
turn will probably go into busin
although he has not definitely deci
on that. So it is entirely poss
that he will not return to coach
again and will spend his life in
profession. Although the matter
not certain it is very probable that
athletic committee will name Step
J- Farrell to succeed him as he
been recommended for the positio:
Farifell is a graduate of the Univ
sity of Maine and for the past
years has been trainer at Ohio S
university. He is an old track n
and has spent most of his time
training and coaching work. He
been highly recommended by M,
Murphy of Pennsylvania and by Ke
Fitzpatrick, formerly of Michigan
now trainer at Princeton. At the t
of Fitzpatrick's resignation he
considered but preference'at that t
was given to Dr. Kraenzlein, but
the present time it appears as if I
rell is the likely man.
Dr. Kraenzlein graduated frorr
University of Pennsylvania de'
college in 1900 after making a gl
ous record for that school. Accord
to Murphy he was the greatest ath
that ever entered Penn or any ot
eastern school and he holds
world's records in the high hur
and the broad jump, the latter a
(Continued on page 3.)

AB R HOAE
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.. .. .. .4 1 3 9 1 0
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.......... 4 0 0 2 4 2
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cf ....... 4 1 1 1 0 0
rf ....... 3 0 0 1 0 0
If ........ 4 0 0 1 0 0
..........35 6 7 27 9 5
Score by Innings.
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Varsity Diamond, Ferry Field Today 2:30 p.m.
1915 Engineer Battery--Sisler andi Shepard
15 ngineers vs Laws 1913 Law Battery-Lanigan and Butler
ADMISSION 25e

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