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MICHIGAN FACES
Aggies Display Snappy Brand of Base.
ball This Season Under "King
Jawn's" Coaching
MILLER IJKELY TO START GAME

THE HARDEST TEST IN
THE WORLp
F OR a CiaeteT smoke it be-
fore breakfast when your taste
is fresh and keen.
And that is why we ask you to try
this morning before you forget.
Perhaps the)/re not your cigarette, there
may be others you'd like better, but
our motto is a good one to follow.
"From Morning Fill Night
Fewer Cigareffes. bu the st"

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Reem, center field.
Niemann, right field.
Labadie, left field.
Brandell, shortstop.
Walterhouse, secondsbase.
Harrington, first base.
Thomas, third base.
Dunne or Roehm, catcher.
Miller or R~obins, pitcher.

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YARSITY. TENNIS SQUAD
FACES TOLEDO TODAY
First Opportunity for Campus Tennis
Fats to See Team
in Action
This afternoon the campus tennis
fan will have his first opportunity to
see the Varsity team in action when
the Toledo Tennis club clashes with
the Wolverines on Ferry Feld. This
is the second time during the season
that these two teams have met.
With two of their best men out,
Cummings and Corey, the Toledo
team does not present so formidable
a line-up as in the former match. In
addition the Varsity has had the bene-
fit of several hard matches since then
and every man is in shape -to contest
the honors with the Buckeye aggre-
gation.
The Varsity has been falling down
in the doubles lately, but will have
the advantage of playing on the home
courts. In the singles Mack and
Switzer put up a strong game aUdur-
ing the eastern trip and can be relied
upon to keep up the pace today.
Crawford and Sherwood at least split
even during the recent tour and will
give the Ohio stars plenty of compe-
tition. The other men of the squad
have been keeping in form during the
absence of their teammates and the
team as a whole should present a
strong front in this afternoon's con-
test.
ALL-FRESH TO CLASK
WITH YPSI NORMAL
Coach McGinnis Expects Victory for
Yearlings; Turner Likely to
Pitch
Michigan's All-Fresh baseball team
tackles an old-time opponent this aft-
ernoon on Ferry field when they meet
Ypsilanti Normal. The game will be
called at 3:00 o'clock.
This will be the Normals' second ap-
pearance on Ferry field this season
as they dropped in for a practice game
against the Varsity earlier in the year.
Coach McGinnis is anticipating a vic-
tory today as his men have been ex-
hibiting some first class baseball in
their three games against the Var-
sity during the week. The Polish
Seminary was rated as one of the
strongest teams on the 1919 team's
schedule, and the first year men dis-
posed of the Poles in handy fashion
a week ago.
Coach McGinnis stated last night that
Turner would probably twirl for the
freshmen. All of the yearling fling-
ers have been working against the
Varsity this past week and should be
in first class condition. This year's
first-year team seems to be the best
that Michigan has turned out, and
backed by a first class pitching staff
they should give a good account of
themselves throughout the season. The
freshmen will line up as follows:
Dancer, ss.
Adams, lb.
Horwitz, 3b.
Parks, If.
Morrison, c..
Kirschgessner, cf.-
Smith, rf.

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Michigan faces M. A. C. this after-
noon up in East Lansing in the first
encounter of the season between the
two teams. The Aggies have been win-
ning regularly and under the tutelage
of "King Jawn" Morrissey they have
been displaying a snappy brand of
baseball.
Coach Lundgren stated last night
that he was not absolutely certain as
to his battery selections for this aft-
ernoon's game, but that Miller would
probably start the game if he warmed
up well, while Dunne will presumably
appear behind the plate. "Morry"
caught a first class game on the east-
ern trip, and he was hitting wells
The coach has been using the two
backstops about equally in the prac-
tice tilts this week.
Practice yesterday afternoon consist-
ed of fielding and batting practice.
The coach had the same lineup work-
ing that he is going to use today. The
team leaves early this morning and
returns from Lansing this evening. A
full squad will be taken, including the
reserves.
YEARLINGS INVADE LANSING
Farners Expect Victory Over 1919
Track Team; 'Doe'May in Charge
With blood in their eyes, the All-
Fresh track team, 23 strong, invades
the peaceful hamlet of East Lansing
this morning to take on the Aggie cin-
der path squad. The Farmers, de-
spite their overwhelming defeat by
Notre Dame, are confident of victory
by a large score. Such stars as Shel-
don, Beatty, and Blacklock are expect-
ed to cut large, juicy chunks out of
the yearling point column. Sheldon
won both the mile and half-mile for
the Olive and White against Notre
Dame, while Beatty took first in the
high hurdles and second in the low
fences.
The first-year men, while weakened
by the loss of three of their stars,
Parks, Zoellin and Henry, intend to
give the Aggies the battle of their
lives. The team will be under the
guidance of "Doc" May, in the absence
of Coach Farrell.
ALL-FRESH TENNIS SQUAD TO
MEET GRAND RAPIDS TODAY
Freshmai Team Expects to Defeat
Racqueters from Furniture
City

eighty MenEnter
Inter Class fleet
Contests to Be Staged at 9:30 olock
This Morning; Entries Still
Possible
At 3:00 o'clock yesterday afternoon 25
more men had signed up for today's
meet, making a total of 80 names on
the entry -list. Considering that this
is the first outdoor inter-class meet
ever staged in the university, this num-
ber is very satisfactory to those in
charge of the event, and the meet
promises to become an institution in
intramural activities.
Men so desiring may sign up as late
as 9:30 o'clock this morning, the time
set for the opening of the meet. In
the absence of Intramural Director
Rowe, who will take charge of a prep
school meet in the northern part of
the state, "Bones" Armstrong will be
the official starter. To assist him there
will be: Clerk of course, John San-
ders; timers, C. C. Corbin and L. E.
Schoefield; track judges, K. S. Burge,
J. V. Kuivinen, Julian*Borrows, E. P.,
Hardell; field judges, Tom Paisley, F.
H. Clark, A. Walls, J. H. Edwards;
Announcer, F. P. Randall; scorers, K.
L. Wehmeyer, Phil Pack.
So far the number of lower class-
men entered far exceeds that of juniors
and seniors. To make the meet of fair
representatioh, the strength of the
upper classes in track and field work,
more of the third and fourth year men
must turn out for their class teams.
The following is a list of entries to'
date:
100-yard dash-B. Kemper, '17, I.
Bauer, '18, G. Keskey, '19, M. Toloch-
ko, '19, J. H. Sharpe, '19, D. F. Lynch,
'19, R. Ehinger ,'19, L. D. Goldstein,
R. Kruger, '18, W. B. Warren, '17.
440-yard dash-B. Miller, '19, D. F.
Lynch, '19, W. B. Warren, '17.
Two-mile-B. Kemper, '17, B. Mil-
ler.
High jump-J. Sharpe, '19, E E.
Weiman, '19, R. Ehinger, '19, R. Kru-
ger, '18, W. H. Hogan, '18.

49 PREP SCHOOLS
TO ENTE.R -CLSSIC
Lnrgest Number Eyer Registered in
Michigann Interscholastic
Meet
EXPECT SEVElIAL M{WE ENTRIES
With the closing of entries for the
annual Interscholastic meet to be
held Friday and Saturday, June 2 and
3, applications had been received yes-
terday from 49 high schools and prep
schools throughout the country. This
is the largest number of schools which
has ever accepted invitations to the
Michigan classic, and is 10 more than
were entered in the meet last year.
A number of schools which sent in
entries last year failed to appear, and
it is therefore a certainty that this
year's attendance will greatly eclipse
that of any previous meet.
Of the total number entered, 38
schools will compete for Class A tro-
phies, as compared with 29 in Class
A last year. Ten schools are this
year entered in Class B, in which 11
schools were entered in last year's
meet.
While the ientry limit date has been
reached, it is possible that one or
two more schools may be admitted
to the meet, as any entry blanks mailed
before the time limit had expired
will be considered.
The total list of entries received to
(late is as follows:
Class A
Ann Arbor, Michigan, High School:
Bates Cuthbert, Eibler, Hause, Hicks,
VanOrden.
Crane Tech., Chicago, Ill.: Cohem,
Gibbs, Bindich, Levinson, Lewis, Mc-
Cauley, Middleton, Nash, Russell.
Detroit University School: Christian,
McKee, Pond, Power, Robb, Swift,1
Laylor, Webber.
East High - School of Aurora, Ill.:
Rees, Morrisey.
Eastern High School of Bay City,
Michigan: Adams, Hammill, Marcoux,
Moulthrop, Rutzen, Warren, Wedthoff,
Wyson g.
Bowen High School of Chicago, Ill.:
Dowding.
Northwestern High School of De-1
troit, Michigan: Isbell.
Evanston Academy of Evanston, Ill.:
Armstrong, Burgess, Crane, Hanson,t
Jackson, Mueller, Olson.
Shortridge High of Indianapolis,
Ind.; Boyd, Butler, Clement, Cotter,
Barnes, Davis, Dean, George, Leach,I
Hancock, Long, Moore, Sharpe, Stover,.
Wiles, Wilson, Winks.1
Rayen 1i-gh School of Youngstown,
Ohio: C. Forsythe, D. Forsythe, Hayes,
Kane, Lyons, Pabst, Reid, Yost.
Scott High of Toledo, Ohio: Clash,t
Elkington. Fogg, Hall, Hauple, Mc-1
Ginnis, Morehead, Page, Sewell, Ur-
schel, Wetzel.
Eastern High of Detroit, Michigan:
Gleason, Bruechner, McPherson, Nash,I
St. Leon, Short, Snyder, Sorter, Spur-
rier, Wesbrook, Worm, Wojciechowski.
Chelsea, Michigan, High School:
Freeman, Kalmbach, Palmer, Rowe.
Lane Technical High School of Chi-
n m

3, 7 and
8:30 P. M.
Last Time to See and Hear the
Greatest Motion Picture and
Lecture of the Season.

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It is certainly worth while. All the lat-
est War Inventions all In action and the in-_
teresting Government Work Is a true edu-
cation.
Don't Miss It - Worth Seeig
Matinees, loc and 20c; Nights, 15c and 25c

cago, Ill.: Bowlin, Pratt.
Shaw Itigh School of Cleveland,1
Ohio: Hale, Kriss, Lock, Matson, Parr,'
Riblet, Smith, Wright, Dg. Wright.
Eastern High School of Saginaw,
Michigan: Bendien, Egan, Male,
Grandeville, Goodwin, Gorman, Norris,
Schmidt, Slack, Spence, Steinhagen.
St. Joseph, Michigan, High School:
Scholz.7

Keewatin Academy of Prairie du
Chien, Wis.: Buzzel, Dickson, Steele.
Muskegon High School of Muskegon,
Michigan, Ashley, Cross, Johnson,
H1bres, Hendricks, Minty, Parks, She-
ridan, Weaver, Teuffer, Wilson, Wen-
gerdon.
Waite High School of Toledo, Ohio:
Helbing, Herringshaw, Keller, Kess-
ler, McBride, Morrow, Pearson, Rule,
Rousch, Trout, Earle.

I ammer
Bauer, '18.
220-yard,
Sharpe, 1).
ren, '17.
880-yard
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throw--E. E. Weiman I.
dash-I. Bauer, '18, J. H.
F. L ynch, '19, W. War-
run--J. Kerr, '16, L. W.

Thoms, '18, R. E.Lormier.
Shot put-I. Bauer, '18, J. H. Sharpe,
'19, E. E. Weiman, '19, E. E. Good-
rich, '19.
Broad jump-G. Keskey, '19, M. To-
lochko, '19, L. H. Mattern, '19, R.
Ehinger, '19, J. Sharpe, '19, E. Wei-
man, '19.
Low hurdles-J. M. Kerr, '16, E. E.
Weiman, '19, R. Ehinger, '19, R. Kru-
ger, '18.
One mile-E. Kerolla, J. M. Kerr,
'16, H. M. Putnam, '19, L. H. Mattern,
'19, R. Ehinger, '19, J. Sharpe, '19,
E. E. Weiman, '19, E. Goodrich, '19.
Pole vault-R. Kemper, '17, D.
Lynch, '19.
High hurdles--B. W. Kemper, '17 ,E
E. Weiman, '19.
Seniors: Order them now-Your
calling cards; at Wahr's University
Bookstore.

Freeport, Illinois, High School: Ho-
del, Holmes, Mulnix, Nokes, Ryan.
Charleston, W. Va., High School:
Anderson.
Oregon, Illinois, High School: Lan-
ders, Loomis, Brooke, Sauer.
Pontiac, Michigan, High School:
Cowan, Sitts.
Joliet Township High School of Jo-
liet, Ill.: Calkins, Chapman, Gilfillan,
Jacobs, Kalman, Hargreaves, Nason,
Meyers, Perry, Simonds, Skeel.
Lansing, Michigan, High School:
Belts, Bishop, Brown, Anderson, Dun-
phey, Earl, Gardner, Grimold, Hamil-
ton, Jones, Rathbone, Radford, Rheum-
bottom, Merritt, Starkweather, Twiss.
Memphis, Michigan, High School:
Gilbert, Webb.
Morgan Park ┬░Academy of Morgan
Park, Illinois: Baker.
Huntington, W. Va., High School:
Crawford, Dormick.
West High School of Waterloo, Ia.:
Rausch.
Muskogee, Okla., High School: Lyles.

Wayne, Michigan, High
Bird, Adams, Cosadd, Glover.

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Central High School of Grand Rap-
ids, Michigan: W. Bacon, Beard,
Forbes, Houston, Belknap, McKenzie,
J. Bacon, Rink, Taylor, VandeVisse.
Shelby, Michigan, High School:
Burmeister.
Sparta, Michigan, High School:
Wilcox.
Urbana, Illinois, High School: Ho-
bart, McCanimon, Allman, Borrah,
Hasty.
Champaign, Illinois, High School:
Brown, Gantz.
Class B.
Cass City, Michigan, High School:
Burt, Higgins, Wood.
Chelsea, Michigan, High School:
Rowe, Kalmbach.
Constantine, Michigan, High School:
Withers.
Detroit University School: Dewey,
McKee, Smiley, Laylor.
(Continued on Page Four)

School:

HOW TO
BECOME GREAT

The All-Fresh tennis ;team journeys
to Grand Rapids this morning for the
fourth match of the season, taking on
the Y. M. C. A. squad of that city. The
Furniture City radqueters have hung
up several victories already this sea-
son, and expect to push the yearlings
to the limit. The latter, however,
with three scalps already hanging to
their belts, are confident of victory.
One change was made in the fresh-
man lineup, Hicks taking the place of
Codd. The other men to make the trip
are Captain Steketee, Hicks, and
Knoche.
Inspectors Visit State Schools
Prof. C. O. Davis, of the Educa-
tional department, spent yesterday in-
specting the schools in Orian and Ox-
ford, Michigan, while Dr. N. H. Wil-
lians of the physics department vis-
ited schools during the latter part of
this week, at Boyne City, East, Jor-
dan, Petosky, and Central Lake.

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.

"TH E

RENELLEN
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

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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