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ARSITY DEWTS FRESH
TIDTIMEIDTHIS SEEK
Parks Twirls for First .Year .en,'
While Miller Works for Var-
sity Squad
Michigan's Varity inflicted its third
successive defeat fof the week upon
the All-Fresh yesterday afternoon
when it took the measure of the
1919 squad by a score of 6 to 2.
Parks pitched for the first year
men, while Coach Lundgren sent Mil-
ler in for the Varsity. "Shorty," aft-
er dive or six innings' work on the
hill, retired Ju fqvor of Birmingham.
Birmingham held the freshmen safe
during his one round on the slab, and
the Varsity cinche4 things by driving
in three toward the end of the game.
Roehm and Dunne divided the patch-
ing for the afternoon for Lundgren's
men, "Tom" Harrington was station-
ed at first and the chances are that
he will play this position up in Lans-
ing tomorrow ifteroon in the M. A. ;C.
battle.
Walterhouse was at second, with
Brandell and "Tommy" Thomas com-
pleting the infield. Captain Labadie
was out, and Caswell subbed for
the leader in the outfield. Reem and
"Billy" Niemann completed the outer
defense.
The lineup that opposed the fresh-
pien yesterday will probably be that
which Lundgren will use against the
Aggies, with the exception of the one
outfield position.' Captain Labadie of
course will be on the job against the
Farmers. Either Miller or Joe Robins,
will do the twirling, with the odds fa-
voring tie forner.
SCRAP IN INTERCLASS COMBAT
Legal Lights and Molar Jerkers Row
Over Umpire's Decision
The first real "mix-up" of the year
in the interclass baseball series took
place yesterday when the senior laws
laid down their implements of war-
fare in the last half of the fifth round
of their game with the junior dents.
The dispute occurred as a result of a
decision made by Umpire Shutes, the
latter claiming that McCall of the bar-
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Tennis Squad Out
for Toledo Sealp
Varsity Racqueters Want Reyenge for
Early Season Beating; Best Men
Unable to Cone
Revenge will be the slogan of the
Varsity tennis teamtwhen the racquet
artists clash with the Toledo Tennis
club representatives Saturday. This
will be the second match between the
Buckeye stars and the Wolverines this
season, the latter receiving the short
end of the deal in the last fracas, the
score being 5-4 in favor of the Ohioans.
The Toledo team will arrive here
about noon Saturday. Two of their
best men will not accompany the
team, Corey, the club captain, and
Cummings, who is reckoned the best
man on the squad. Otherwise the team
will be the same as that which
opposed Michigan in the first match.
The opposing teams will each number
six men.
Following are the lineups of the
two aggregations: Toledo: Sawtelle,
Grafts, Parsons, Coder, Dodd, and Vor-
heis, Michigan: Crawford (captain),
Mack, Swltzer, Shprwopd, Steketee,
and Cohen.
FRESHMEN RUNNERS AT LANSING
Twenty-three Men Entered in Satur-
day's Meet; "Doe" May
in Charge*
Twenty-three yearling track artists
will accompany "Doc" May to East
Lansing tomorrow morning, where
they will take on the Aggie cinder
squad in the annual track meet be-
tween these two aggregations. The
following men will make the trip:
W. A. J. Fox, C. W. Horr, A. Ber-
kowitz, E. J. Garlock, L. G. Snow,
IH. E. Sayles, J. F. Walker, G. H.
Sedgwick, J. W. Comloquoy, C. E.
Fuess, L. H. Tuttle, J. Herlihy, R. R.
Beardsley, M. Bruch, H. MacMillan,
T. Y. Hewlett, Y. D. Wong, W. A. Ono-
rato, R. A. Haigh, D. Bell, M. A. Cud-
lip, L .0. B. Lindstrom, R. G. Wright.
The team will leave at 8:22 o'clock
over the Michigan Central.
Look over the advertizements in
The Michigan Daily. They will in-
terest you. **

55 ENTERED IN CLASS MEET
Dasles Are 1vorite Invents in-at.
urday's Encounter
With 55 entries listed and the men
showing considerable enthusiasm in
the event, Saturday's interclass track
meet promises to be a distinct success.
The entry list shows the sprints to
be the favorites with the men, while
the hammer throw and pole vault
seem to have been slighted. So far
only two entries each have been listed
in the pole vault and hammer throw,
while the hundred yard event boasts
ten.
"Bones" Armstrong has as yet been
unable to unearth any "finds" for the
cinders. The majority of the men
working out'have been freshmen. The
entry list is posted in the intramural
club house and will be left there until
9:30 o'clock Saturday morning, mak-
ing it possible for men to enter the
meet until that time.
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HOW TO
BECOME GREAT

Right thinking, clean living, good eating of properly prepared food amid pleasant
surroundings-These things, persistently sought for and always demanded, until they
are the rule, will surely help.

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HOSPICE"

May be depended on to supply the last ingredient of this common-sense prescription.
And when you eat right it is much easier to live right and think right.

This is turning things inside out with a vengance-Sort of a "Last Shall Be First"
proposition, but I honestly believe there is a good bit of truth in it.

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