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The

Michigan

Daily

Vol. XXIV, No. 174. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1914. PRIC FIVE CENTS

FAR MERS HAVE
EGLORIOUS TIME
~~OWINNG8TI
M. A. C. Rooters and Ball Players Cop
Game Whle Michigan Men
Listen to .Returns
From East
DODG E ASSUMES OLD ROLE
OF "TAMER OF WOLVERINES"
Lungren's Charges Stage Imitation of
Diamond Clash; Result Is
Disastrous
Some score or more Aggies, baseball
players and rooters, had a glorious
time on /Ferry field yesterday after-
noon in accomplishing what they
termed a second glorious victory over
several thousand Michigan men and
women. A ball game was staged, to.
be sure, and the Farmers from East
Lansing won it, but the spectators
were too busy listening to the returns
from the Eastern Intercollegiates to
pay much'attention to what was going
on down on the diamond.
Michigan had already walloped the
bunch twice out of two times, and one
game more or less didn't make any
difference anyway. So Lundgren's
men set their ears to listen to the In-
tercollegiate returns, and then pro-
ceeded to show the Aggies just how
miserably poor they were Friday, by
staging a perfect imitation of the
Farmers' performances on that date.
The result was a 8 to 1 score, with the
Aggies on top.-
Ferguson assumed the role of Blake
Miller and Baer took Bibbins' place in
the caste. And before Coach Lund-
gren discovered just what his men
were doing, Macklin's players had slip-
ped over enough runs to win even
an extraordinary ball game such as
this was. And when Ralph Dodge
attempted, and succeeded, to assume
his old title role of Wolverine Tamer,
Lundgren was helpless. He tried all
sorts of combinations to break up the
drama, but each failed and so the Ag-
gies hied themselves back to their
farmyard in Lansing last evening, ex-
hibiting riotous joy similar to that
shown last fall.
If Dpdge hadn't held the Michigan
men to four hits, and hadn't at the
same time struck out 15 hopeful Wol-
verine batters, including Captain Sis-
ler, if Ferguson had done as he did
two weeks ago and pitched shut-out
ball, if Baer hadn't had an off day, and
if several other things hadn't hap-
pened, the result might have been
different. But Michigan couldn't pro-
duce hits when they were needed, and
M. A..C. could, and therein lay the
reason for the 8 to 1 score.
The farmers started out in the first
inning. I They scored one run. Michi-
gan evened it up in the fourth with
McQueen's triple and Baker's sacrifice
fly. But the Wolverines, at this point,
could no longer restrain themselves,
and the Aggies forthwith put over
seven runs in 'a trio of innings, and
then even Lundgren's hosts of substi-
tutions failed to rescue the battle.
The Aggies scored on every con-
ceivable combination. In the first
they put three men on the sacks and
managed to tally one of them when
Baer failed on a rapid-fire attempt at
a double play which would have elqs-
ed the inning. In the fifth they gar-
nered one lonesome hit, but Labadie
and Waltz insisted on their scoring, so

two tallies was the result. In the sev-
enth they laced out a total of five hits,
Michigan contributed a brace of er-
rors, and four runs came over the pan.
But in the next, with Quaintance in'
the box, the Wolverines balked, and

EVENTS FOR TODAY
Dr. Mark A. Matthews speaks at the
Presbyterian church, 7:45 o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Hoteopathic nurses' graduation, Sar-
ah Caswell Angell Hall, at 8:00
o'clock.
Hon. Bertrand Russell speaks in West
physics lecture room, 4:15 o'clock.
Alpha Phi Tea to university women,
3:00 to 5:00 o'clock.
FRESH'.DEFEAT,
FARMERS WITH
EASE ON TRACK
Michigan's first year Men Swamp the
Aggies in Dual Encounter,
Marking Up Five
Records
O'BRIEN AND CORBIN STAR
IN THEIR FAVORITE EVENTS
Each Team Scores a Slam While the
Yearlings Take Eleven
Firsts
(Special to The Michigan Daily)
EAST LANSING, MICH., May 30.--
While the Michigan sprinters were
tearing things up in the intercollegi-
ates, its freshmen track stars were
performing in similar shape against
the Aggies here today when they hum-
bled the farmers in a dual meet, 79 to
52.

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nP LITS REDUCE JUNIORf
LAWS' LEAD WITH VICTORY
'he soph lits took a brace in yes-
day's -game with the junior laws
d beat the leaders in the interclass
eball series by a score of 4 to 1.
rner allowed the laws only one

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arrell's intercollegiate squad
baniqueted last night at Boston
by New England Alumni associ-
ation of University of Michigan.
Squad left Boston at 11:00
o'clock last night.
Arrives at Ann Arbor at 10:34
o'clock tonight via. Michigan
Central.

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MICHIGAN TEAM'

PLACE AT II

which was due
Score by innings
me:

to poor support.
of yesterday's

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nior laws ..0 0 1
ph Zits ..2 I ' 1
Batteries-Burton
and Alexander.
'he standings of
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4 5 6 7-R
0 0 0 0- 1
0 0 0 0- 4
and Lewis;

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the teams in the

THOUSANDS SEE
COMPLETION OF'
IUNION REGATTA

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nior laws.........2
nior laws.........
nior engineers ......2
ph lits ...... .....1
nior engineers'......1

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LOSt Pet.
1 .666
1 .666
2 .500
2 .333
2 .333

Costumes of Occupants on
Druid Float Catch Fire,
Men Escape With
Slight Burns

Winning
But

ARD IN CONTROL DEFERS
SUMMER BASEBALL ACTION
Due to the fact that a bare majority
the athletic board in control was in
endance at the meeting held last
ning, the discussion and decision
the summer baseball question was
erred until the June meeting. This
sion will be held some time late in
month. The business of the board
t night was confined chiefly to mat-
s pertaining to the erection of the
ncrete stadium on Perry field.

COMMUNICA TION

Five M. A. C. records were shattered
and Michigan's yearlings succeeded in
turning the trick each time. O'Brien,
the dash man, captured both the cen-
tury and 220 in record time doing the
former in 9:4-5 seconds and equaling
the mark made at the intercollegiates
for the 220. Corbin set. a new M. A. C.
mark in the 220 low hurdles, 25 4-5
seconds, and equaled the record for
the high hurdles. Carroll bettered
any previous performance in the mile,
and Cross heaved the discus for a
new mark.
The All-Fresh team annexed eleven
firsts and tied for another in the high
jump, also scoring a slam in the shot
put. The summaries follow:
100 yard dash-Won by O'Brien(M);
Alderman (M. A. C.), second; Fontan-
na (M), third. Time-9 4-5 sec.
220 yard dash-Won by O'Brien (M);
Alderman (M. A. C.), second; Peppard
(M. A. C.), third. Time-22 sec.
120 yard high hurdles-Won by Cor-
bin (M), Beatty. (M. A. C.), second;
Thurston (M), third. Time-15 4-
sec.
Shoe put-Won by Cross (M); Ed-
wards (M), second; Leach (M), third.
Distance-40 feet 5 in
Mile run-Won by Carroll (M); Stu-
art (M. A. C.), second; Betts (M.A.C.),
third. Time-4 min. 36 3-5 sec.
440 yard dash-Won by Burbey (M);
Herrick (M), second; Bishop (M.A.C.),
third. 'dime-52 2-5 sec.
Two mile run--Won by Herr (M.A.

Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
A Jeremiah arose Cap Night to be-
moan the decline of Michigan Spirit.
To prove his right to declaim upon
that subject he took it upon himself
to exhort an assemblage gathered on
the women's athletic field by saying of
the fellow who accompanies a woman
to a.team send-off: "Cursed be the'
man who takes a girl."
"Let everyone get behind the team'
and boost."
Consistency thou art a jewel.
It is to be hoped that the spirit of
that remark never was of Michigan
before and may never be again.
JOSEPH L. RICHARDS, Grad.

DETROIT BOAT CLUB CREWS
MA KE BIG HIT WITH CROWD
Swimming Events and Canoe Races
Afford Much Interest to
Large Audience
With exceptionally favorable weath-
er conditions, the second Union Boat
Club Regatta was witnessed yesterday
by more than 2,000 people, most of
whom stayed up the river for lunch,
and in the evening the banks of the
river were dotted by campfires.
The crews and single shells sent
out by the Detroit Boat club made
a great hit with the crowd, and gave
the movement for a Varsity crew a
strong impetus.
The Druids float afforded some ex-
citement in the evening when the robes
of two of the men caught fire, but the
men dived overboard quickly. There
were no serious results save slight
burns. The Triangles' float was put
out of the runninig for the prize, be-
cause all of its drapings burned up
before the judges could pass upon it.
The boat club officials will decide
the awarding of the prizes for the high
point winners some time today,
Following is the list of summaries:
50 yard single canoe-Schaefer,
Staatz, Williams.
300 yard double canoe-Boyce and
Schaefer, Campbell and Kohr, Smith
and Agee.
100 yard swim-Annache, Zerwekh,
Puckta.
Quarter-mile swim-Domsetar,Hild-
ner, Annache.
Half-mile double canoe race-Camp-
bell and Kohr won because no other
team 'appeared at the starting line
when the race was called.
Fancy diving-Howard, James, Low-
dy.
Running header dive-Wheat, Jam-
es, Lyons.
300 yard single canoe race-Staatz,
Schaefer, Kerr.
Tilting contest-Campbell and Kohr,
Newling and Theiss, Darnell and
Braun.
Mile single shell race--Henkel,
Bushman, Herrick.
Quarter-mile shell race-Bushman,
Bohacket, Farnsworth.
Mile fours race-All College, Mich-
igan, Detroit Boat club.
Decorated canoe-W. D. Baker, '14E.
Society float-Druids.

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* POINTS SCORED BY TEAMS *
* ---- *
* Cornell ...................43 *
* Pennsylvania...........31 *
* 1Nichigan .................29% *
* Dartmouth ...............23 *
* Yale ............... ..22 *
* California ...............18 *
* Harvard...............11 *
* Princeton..............71-3 *
* Columbia...............5 *
* Penn State ........2
* Brown ...................2 *
* Johns Hopkins ...........1 *
* * * * * * * * * *
WILL SHOW MOTION PICTURES
OF SPRING CAMPUS AFFAIRS
Motion pictures of campus affairs
taken by Lyndon during the past
spring, will be shown Tuesday night
continuously from 7:30 to 11:00
o'clock in Hill 'auditorium under the
auspices of the Michigan Union and
the Women's League. There will be
2,000 feet of film, including Niews of
President Hutchins, forester s field
day, Michigamua initiation, fresh-soph
contests, Jeanne d'Arc pageant, the
band in drill, track athletes, swing out,
and .snapshots of the various promi-
nent campus figures. An admission
fee of ten cents will be charged.
TICKETS GO FAST FOR BIG
SENIOR DINNER AT UNION
Tickets for the Union cap and gown
dinner next, Wednesday night are hav-
ing a ready sale in the hands of the
committeemen. The limit is 250 and
after Monday they may be obtained on-
ly at the desk in the Union.
Featuring the tenth anniversary, the
inauguration of the officers, and the
campaign for building funds, the din-
ner will be the banner event of the
year. The complete program, in-
cluding speakers, will be announced
within a few days.
ALL-FRESH TENN1S PLAYERS
TAKE EVERY SEAT FROM YPSI
The All-Fresh tennis team made a
clean sweep of their four matches with
Ypsilanti's racquet wielders yester-
day, Polasky beating Bowen, 6-3 and
6-2, Lockard defeating Brumdage,
6-3 and 6-3, and Nord besting Jef-
ferson, 6-0 and 6-0 in the singles,
while Polasky and Nord easily hum-
bled Bowen and Brumdage in the only
double match, 6-1 and 9-7.
Senior Lits Will Meet on Tuesday
Senior lits will hold the class meet-
ing which was postponed from last
Thursday, at 4:00 o'clock, Tuesday af-
ternoon, in the/west physics lecture
room. The class memorial question
will be settled and an alumni sec-
retary and two members of the board
of alumni secretaries will be elected.
Diploma Fees Must Be in Tomorrow
Monday at 4:00 o'clock has been set
as the time limit for the payment of
diploma fees for seniors. A large
number of 1914 class members have
not yet paid their fee, and it is ex-
Pected that there will be a big rush

GETS THIRD
ITERCOLLESIATE.
Wolverines Nosed Out of Second When
Reller of Cornell and Lockwood
of Pennsylvania Land
in Sprints
INDIVIDUAL IlGH HONORS {O
TO SEWARD AND MEREDITH
Maize Dash Men Score Heavily; Sew.
ard Wins 220; Bond Takes Cen.
tury; Hammer to Kohler
(By F. M. Church)
BOSTON, MASS., May 30-Michigan
came within a hair of taking second
place in the intercollegiate this after-
noon in the final event, but Bond was
only able to tie for fourth in the 220,
and Pennsy nosed out Michigan, 31 to
29 1-24points, with Cornell a winner
with 43.
Had Bond taken third in this event,
or Kohler taken third in the shot put,
the Wolverine would have beaten the
Quaker. Trainer Farrell had counted
on both events, expecting both his men
to place second. Kohler was in poor
condition, however, and the wind tired
Bond.
The little schools failed to cut into
the points under the new scoring sys-
tem, and the big squads of Cornell and
Pennsylvania were too much for the
half dozen point winners from Michi-
gan.
Dartmouth, Yale and California all
cut in on Harvard, and other straglers,
more than on the two leaders, and as
a result the Wolverines had no chance
at first, although they should have
placed second.
The work of the Wolverine sprinters
was the feature of the meet for Mich.-
igan, the trio placing in each event.
Bond won the 100 in 10 fiat, Reller
just 'nosed out Seward for second,
with Smith fighting Ingersoll all the
way to the tape for fourth.
The 220 went in slow time, Seward
winning in 22 seconds flat, which
clearly indicates the effect of the wind.
Smith breezed in a strong second,
with a margin of two yards on Lock-
wood of Pennsy. Bond, however, was
only able to tie with Van Winkle of
Cornell.
Michigan scored 18 1-2 points in
the sprints alone, her other points be-
ing: Kohler first in the hammer and
fifth in the shot, Jansen third in the
quarter, and Ferris fifth in the broad
jump.
The quarter was a pushing race with
Barron of Harvard leading Meredith
of Pennsy into the straightaway. Here
the Quaker won, however, with Jan-
sen passing Wilkie of Yale and Bing-
ham, of Harvard.
Kohler, who, with Bond, Seward and
Jansen, completed his term of compe-
tition for Michigan, won the hammer
throw with a heave of 157 feet,. 2 1-2
inches. Twice he tossed the weight
more than 165 feet, breaking the ree-
ord, but each time touched the top of
the circle with his shoe. Awing to
poor condition, the Michigan leader
was only able to take fifth in the shot,
putting 44 feet 3 1-8 inches.
Ufer ran a strong mile, finishing
eighth in a field which fought all the
way. Farrell was pleased at the
youngster's showing. Ferris, hinder-
ed'%by the wind, took fifth in the broad

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C.); Diman (M. A. C.), second; Bar-
nett (M. A. C.), third. Time-10 min.
35 4-5 sec.
Discus throw-Won by Cross (M));
Jones (M..,A. C.), second; Edwards
(M), third. Distance-125 feet 10 in.
220 low hurdles-Won by Corbin
(M); Beatty (M. A. C.), second;Thurs-
ton (M), third. Time-25 4-5 sec.
High jump-Julian (M. A. C.) and
Waterbury (M) tied for first. Love-
land (M. A. C.), third. Distance-5 ft.
8 in.
Pole vault-Won by Loveland (M.
A. C.); Skinner (M), second; English
(M. A. C.), third. Distance-10 feet
9 inches.
880 yard run-Won by Donnelly (M),
Carroll (M), second; Anderson (M. A.
C.), third. Time-2 min. 5 3-5 sec.
Broad jump-Leslie (M) and Alder-
man (M. A. C.) tied for first. Thurs-
ton (M), third. Distance-20 feet 11
in.
Hammer throw-Won by Cross (M);
Campbell (M), second; Pobanz (M. A.
C.), third. Distance-112 feet 3 1-2 in.
Relay-Won by M. A. C (Bishop,
Trezise, Brusselbach, and Alderman).

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would allow but a single tally to be
amassed from a field of three safe hits,
one of them a triple.
Lashed by their coach, the shamed
Wolverines made brave attempts to
score in both the eighth and ninth in-
nings, but Dodge would not be denied.
The score:

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PRESBYTERIAN Cor. Division
[IlLO IILEU UIIIand Huron Sts.
REV. LEONARD A. BARRETT, Minister.
Roy HAMILTON, Student Pastor.

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10:30
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Morning Service.
University Bible Class-Dr. Matthews speaks.
Christian Endeavor Society

during the office hours tomorrow.
)r. Mathews to Address Union Guild
Dr. Mark A. Mathews, of Seattle,
Wash., pastor of the largest Presbyte-
rian church in the world, and Ex-
Moderator of the National Assembly,
will speak at the Union Guild meeting
in the Presbyterian church at 7:45
o'clock tonight.

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jump.
Smith was the only Wolverine to ex-
ceed Farrell's expectations, the little
fellow romping in second in the fur-
long, and placing fifth in the century.
His showing justified his withdrawal
from the hurdles, after he had quali-
fied in the first round.
The summaries for the finals fol-
(Qontinued on page 2.)

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Union Guild
Series
SUNDAY MAY 31, 1914

EX-MODERATOR

ark

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Presbyterian
Church
7:45 P. M.

Seattle, Washington

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