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TWO GAMES START
CLASS BALL SERIES
Junior Lits Beat Senior Medis, 12-;
Fresh Lits Lose 95 Game
to Soph l its1
SOPH MEDICS FAIL TO APPEAR
The interclass baseball season was
ushered in at south Ferry field yester-
day afternoon with two games, the
junior lits beating the senior medics,
12-3, and the soph lits taking their
game from the fresh.lits by a 9 to 5
score. By failing to appear, the soph
medics forfeited their game to the jun-
ior engineers.
Darnell, a south-paw, worked in the
box for the soph lits and was well sup-
ported in the fielding end of the game.
Three men, Richardson, Gibbs, and
Hoover, did the mound work for the
freshmen. Hoover's form was the best,
and the score might have been differ-
ent had he pitched the whole game.
The game was close all the way
through, and the final score was only
9 to 5 in favor of the sophs.
The junior llts looked better in their
12 to 3 game with the senior medics
than they did in their practice games.
Vollmeyer pitcher good ball for the
lits, and was largely responsible for
the ease with which they took the long
end of the score.
The schedule for today's game fol-
lows: senior laws vs.fresh engineers;
senior lits vs. fresh pharmis.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Sophomore candidates for the class
tennis team, sign their names at once
to the paper posted at Ferry field, or
phone Jack Switzer.
Contestants for the Field prize of
$100, given annually by Nelson C.
Field, '90, for the best poem submitted
by an undergraduate student, must
hand in their work to Prof. F. N. Scott,
of the rhetoric department, by Friday
of this week.
Senior lit baseball men report to
Dr. May for examination before the
fresh pharmic game today.
The Union employment bureau has
a few odd jobs for afternoons and Sat-
urdays. Any student interested may
inquire at the Union any afternoon
from 3:00 until 4:30 o'clock.
Will the woman student who took
the Palmer field key from Miss Post
last Tuesday, please return the same
at Barbour gym immediately?
Tryouts for the senior class tennis
team are requested to sign their names
on the bulletin board behind the Varsi-
ty courts on Ferry field and arange
to play off their matches immediately.
Fresh architects assembly, tomor-
row at 11:00 o'clock, in room 445, new
engineering building.
All those trying out for interscho-
lastic manager, report at athletic office
this evening at 7:15 o'clock.
Books for the 1915 Michigan Union
pera must be handed in at the Union
desk before 7:00 o'clock tonight. The
competitions must include the first act
complete, and scenarios for the second
act.
LOST-Dark blue leather coin purse
containing $7.00 in bills and change
at Whitney theater Saturday after-
noon. Finder please call 2381-M.
Reward.

MUSIC AND DRA4MA
Mexican War Motion Pictures
Ann Arbor is to see the only genuine
authorized motion pictures taken of
the recent exciting events in connec-
tion with Villa and his army. These
sensational movies will be the big at-
traction at the Majestic theatre next
Thursday and Friday, April 30 and
May 1, matinees and nights. Battle
scenes and the daily life of the armies
and the famous Villa himself will fig-
ure prominently in the pictures.
Manager Lane has secured these
Villa movies at great expense and they
will be the first of a series of special
features that he will offer each week
in addition to his refular programs.
Festival Chorus Developing
"The festival chorus is developing in
fine shape," said Director Albert A.
Stanley yesterday. "With extra rehear-
sals on Thursday evenings and Sun-
days from now until the festival, the
finishing touches will be put on and
everything will be in readiness for
the final production. The childrens'
chorus is also showing up well. Its
first extra rehearsal was held last Sat-
urday."
The Choral Union will make its first
appearance in Haendel's oratorio,
~The Messiah" on Thursday evening,
.May 14. Solo parts will be taken by
Inez Barbour, Margaret Keyes, Lam-
bert Murphey and Henri Scott; Earl
Moore will appear as organist and Mr.
Stanley will conduct.. On Saturday.
El gar's dramatic cantata, "Caractacus"
will be sung, with Florence Hinkle,
Reinald Werrenrath, Mr. Murphey and
Mr. Scott as soloists.
The children's chorus will be heard
in'the third concert on Friday after-
noon, singing Benoit's noble cantata,
"Into the World." Riccardo Martin, the
famous tenor from the Metropolitan
Opera House, New York, will be the.
soloist.

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Melidrm to Give Concert
The program for the concert which
John Meldrum. the blind organist, will
give in Hill auditorium this afternoon
at 4:15 o'clock, is as follows:
Fantasy and fugue, G minor .... Bach
March funabre et chant serophique
.Guilmant
Sonata, No. 1, A minor .... Borowski
Allegro cantabile and tocatta .. Widor
(from Symphony No. 5)
To Give French Play
Replete with witty epigrams, "L'As-
saut," the French play, will be pre-
sented by the Cercle Francais in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall at 8:00 o'clock
Thursday evening.
WANTED-Women students who need
to make some money for summer to
know that we can use some high
grade educational work and guaran-
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He must outguess and outspeed his
opponents to bring home the needed

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WANTED-A few good men to join a
Michigan Law Grad. 1911 for sum-
mer in Winnipeg, Canada, on a high
grade selling proposition. He is av-
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Phone 359-M. tf
WANTED-A post-graduate student
and wife would like to care for
house, for rent of same, during next
school year. No children. Very best
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