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STUDENT OFFERS
CAVALRY RECRUITS
Army officials have been assured by
Maurice Myers, '14L, that 150 to 200
cavalry men can be recruited from the
student body should conditions in1
Mexico demand such a squadron. My-
ers is in touch with U. S. Senator Wil-
liam Alden Smith and General Hugh
L. Scott, of the "fighting fifth" infant-
ry at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas.
Award. Prizes For Regatta .Posters
Posters for the Union boat club re-
gatta have been selected by the com-
mittee of judges and now are on dis-
pulay at Wahr's. John B. Jewell, '15I,
and Edward Maguire, '16, were award-
ed first and second prize, respectively.
The committee of judges consisted of
E. G. Kemp, '14L, E. W. Haislip, '14L,
K. B. Koch, '14, C. A. Crowe, '14E, and
Mr. Raymond Everett, instructor in
freehand drawing.
German Play Nets $80 For Verein
About $80 was cleared by the Deut-
scher Verein by the presentation of
their annual play, "Der Professor als
Kauffmann" according to Frank F.
Kolbe, '14, treasurer of the organiza-
tion. Over 350 people attended the
performance, and the fact that it was
presented in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall instead of the Whitney theatre as
last year had much to do with dimin-
ishing expenses of production.
Dixie Club Elects Officers May 14
The Dixie club will meet May 14, at
which time the election of officers for
the coming year will take place. Of-
ficers for the national organization,
which was formed at Chicago during
Easter vacation, may also be voted
"upon.

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PROGRAM
Monday and Tuesday, April27 and 28
*The'Pride
of Jerrico
Featuring Miss Laura Sawyer
120 yard hurdles won by Kelley,
Southern California; Ward, Chicago,
second; Ward, Southern California,
third; Cronley, Virginia, fourth. Time
15 3-5 sec.
- Pole vault won by Carter, Yale, 12
ft.; Milton, Cornell, Buck, Dartmouth,
and McMaster, Pittsburg, tied for sec-
ond at 11 ft. 6 in.
High jump won by Morrison, Cor-
nell, 5 ft. 9 in.; Douglas, Yale, John-
son, Harvard, Camp, Harvard, Ward,
Southern California, Hallett, Haver-
ford, and Hawlson, Lafayette, tied for
second at 5 ft. 7 in.
Broad jump won by Drew, Southern
California, 22 ft.; Goch, Virginia, sec-
ond, 21 ft. 1-4 in.; Morrison, Cornell,
third, 20 ft. 11 1-4 in.; Graham, Colum-
bia, fourth, 20 ft. 10 1-2 in.
COACH YOST MAKES GENERAL
APPEAL TO MNIClGAN NSPIRIT
(Continued from page 1.)'
Fullback: reserves-Benton, David-
son; freshmen-Maulbetsch.
Quarterback: Varsity -- Hughitt,
Bushnell; freshmen-Zieger.
Halfbacks: Varsity-Galt, Catlett;
reserves-Mead, Cohn, Bastian,Roehm,
Jenks; freshmen-Splawn, Calvin, Mc-
Namara, Zewadski.
Center: Varsity-Barton; freshmen
-Nieman.
Ends: Varsity-Lyons, James; re-
serves-Staatz, Watson; freshmen-
Graven, Cerney, James, Huebel, Skin-
ner.
Linemen: Varsity -e- Raynsford,
Lichtner, Cochran, McHale; reserves
-Millard, Wood, Wiedrich, Morse,
Reimann, Quail, Dorrance, Handy;
freshmen-Skinner, Rehor, Finkbein-
er, De Coudres.
The class athletes and freshmen who
were not on last year's team who have
already come out are: Lillie, Thalner,
Memefee, Stapleton, Watkins, and
Whalen.

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MICHIGAN LOSES TWO MILE
RELAY AT PENN CARNIVAL
Cornell, second, 141 ft. 2 1-2 in.; Koh-
ler, Michigan, third, 134 ft. 9 in.; Col-
well, Yale, fourth, 130 ft. 4 in.
Discus throw won by Butt, Illinois, 128
ft. 2 3-4 in.; Bartlett, Brown, second,
124 ft. 4 in.; Dorizas, Pennsylvania,
third, 124 ft. 3 3-4 in.
100 yard dash won by Drew, South-
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SLAB BATTLE SHOWS WORTH OF
BARIBEAU
(Continued from page 1.)
safe on McNaughton's error, advanced
on Howard's sacrifice, and took third
when McQueen singled. McQueen
stole, but Benton struck out, and Baker
was the third out on three called
strikes.
In the seventh, Hughitt singled, but
was forced by Labodie. Sterling threw
wild on an attempted double play
when Hughitt collided with him, and
Labodie took second on the mixup.
Kihorany then threw the game away
when he made a wild heave on Baer's
grounder, and Labodie scored.
Michigan was handed two more runs'
In the eighth. McQueen singled with
one down, took second on Benton's
out, and advanced to third on a wild
pitch. Meanwhile Baker walked and
stole, setting the scenes for McNaugh-

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py. ,The canny Scot failed to live up to
his thrifty reputation, and heaved
Hughitt's grounder way over Bower's
head, McQueen and Baker tallying.
Hughitt went to second on the over-
throw, and attempted to take third,
but was thrown out. Michigan's de-
bating team then ascended to the plat-
form and attempted to convince Doc-
tor Kinzey, of Detroit the gentleman
who stood immediately behind the in-
flated body protector most of the
game) that "Tommy" only had a right
to take one base on the play. "Umps"
stuck to his interpretation of the
ground rules, despite the flood of ora-
tory from the Varsity, and the score
ended there, 3 to 0.
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Michigan.......0O00 0 0 01 2*-3
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