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MAY USE ANDR11EW8 ON )IOIND
CLEVELAND, 0., April 29.-Case
School of Applied Science sends its
baseball nine to Ann Arbor tomorrow,
where the Tech boys meet the Michi-
gan team Saturday afternoon. Cap-
tain Clemens of the Case nine, leaves
with his men tomorrow night, and the
team will arrive in Ann Arbor Satur-
day morning.
Case found a place on the Michigan
schedule in 1908, and since then eight
games have been played between the
two istitutions, 1909 being the only
year in which they failed to meet on
the diamond. Seven of the games have
been won by the Wolverines, while
the Technical school played Michigan
to a tie in 1911. With the sting of sev-
en defeats, and only one tie to their
credit, the Cleveland boys are deter-
mined to put up their best front in
the coming conflict.
The probable batting order against
the Michigan nine is as follows: Beck-
man, 3b; Heindenreich, 2b; Clemens,
c (Captain); Catlin, If; Wood, rf;
Holman, cf; Hathaway, ss; Kellogg,
lb; Andrews or Smith; p. The Cleve-
land boys will probably face Michigan
in this order, although some changes
may be made to accord with the style
of pitcher that Coach Lundgren sends
into the box.
Beckman is a good man, and his
ability to get on base has won him the
first place in the batting order. Cap-
tain Clemens, who holds down the
backstop position is hitting things at
a good clip, and he and Catlin will be
expected to do most of the heavy hit-
ting for Case. Hathaway has also
been clouting the" ball and unless he
suffers a slump, should reach first sev-
eral times.
The probable choice for pitcher is
Andrews, who has worked himself in-
to mid-season form at this early stage
of the game. He has been pitching
fine ball right along, and unless the
coach changes his present plans, will
be the man to face the Ann Arbor
team.
1917 SOPH PROM DECORATIONS
WILL BE IN BLACK AND WHITE
Decorations for the Soph Prom at
the Armory on May 7, will be black
and white, according to an announce-
ment made by class officials yesterday.
A number of feature dances, in which
souvenirs in the class colors, red and
white, will be given away, have been
planned for the affair.
An effort is being made to have all
the male members of the class wear
white flannel trousers. About 25 tick-
ets are still left for the Prom. These
can be obtained at the Union or from
members of the committee.
'15 Lit Baseball Squad Needs Players
Manager Ralph Rice of the senior
baseball team issues a call for more
candidates to report as only eight have
reported thus far. At the practice ses-
sion tomorrow a captain will be elect-
ed and he wishes that all who have
any intention of turning out would re-
port for the election at south Ferry
field.
Dixie Club Nominating Body Appointed
At a meeting of the Dixie club at the
Union Wednesday night, a committee
was appointed to make recommenda-
tions of men for election to office at
the next meeting. At the banquet held
recently in Detroit, Mr. M. B. Garrett,
of the history department, gave a
talk. The last meeting of the year
will be held at the Union, June 2.

ALTER 1,N516 N/A FOR
May Give Award Which Corresponds to
"aMa" in Track; May Have "1"
Man as Cheer Leader
TO ADI) GOLF TO CLASS SPORTS
Members of the Varsity football.
squad who do not win their "M's" will
be given insignia corresponding to the
"aMa" in track in the place of an "R"
if the recommendation of the board of
directors of the athletic association is
avorably received by the board in con-
trol. At yesterday's meeting, the direc-
tors sent such a recommendation to
the upper board, and it is probable
that they will act on it at their next
meeting..
As a result of conferences between
the committee appointed by the stu-
dent council to consider the manner of
appointing the cheer leader for next
year, and a similar committee appoint-
ed by a board of directors, a third
committee was appointed yesterday
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from the board to consider the matter.
This committe will consider the pos-
sibility of appointing an "M" man to
lead the cheering next year, and plan
some sort of competition to chose as-
sistant cheer leaders. From these
assistants, the cheer leader will prob-
ably be chosen the next year. Such a
plan has been worked out satisfac-
torily at eastern colleges.
A petition from the soph lits for an
extra set of numerals for their class
basketball team was turned down by
the board. In regard to the super-
fluity of numeralson the campus, the
committee recently appointed to plan
a change in the manner of award, will
probably report at the next meeting;
It is probable that the number
of class insignia to be given out
after this year will-depend on the num-
ber of men.engaged in the sport. In
class basketball, for example, the four
high teams may be given the numerals,
while in hockey, the championship
team only may be entitled to such rec-
ognition. This move will be in accord
with the general sentiment of the
campus.
The board of directors at yesterday's
meeting also voted to make golf a reg-
ular class sport.

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