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WHEN THE WIND'S
BLOWING
OUnmight just as
£well not smoke at all
unlessyourcigarette has
really taste and aroma.
Perhaps you've tried
4 t IeeS
some windy Spring day at the
game and already know the
difference.
"From Morning Till Night
FewerCgarettes,bubBest"
ALL-FRESH TEAM
GET 13 NUMERALS

VARSITY MAY PLAY
TWO GAMES TODAY
Weather Permitting, Baseball Nine
Will Stage Double-Header
With M.. A. C.
MILLER AND ROBINS TO PITCH
With the diamond on Ferry field
too wet for a game, yesterday's con-
test with M. A. C. was postponed.
Weather permitting, both contests will
be played this afternoon.
Athletic Director Bartelme an-
nounced last night that if no more
rain fell, Michigan would stage a
double-header with Lansing this
afternoon, the first game starting
shortly after 1:00 o'clock. If the out-
look is threatening, or if thediamond
has not dried sufficiently to permit
both games, one game will be played,
beginning at 2:45 o'clock.
The Michigan Aggies are anxious
for a chance to take both games so
that they can win the Michigan se-
ries, and are strong for playing two
games. Coach Lundgren is as anxious
as the visitors to play both games, and
if conditions are at all favorable two
struggles will be staged.
"Shorty" Miller will probably pitch
the first game for the Wolverines,
while "Lefty" Brown will appear on
the firing line for the Aggies. If two
games are played, "Joe" Robins will
receive the call for the second game.
De Mond will probably oppose Robins
in the second tilt.
Captain "Chief" Fuller will do the
catching for the visitors. Fick has
entirely recovered from his recent in-
juries, and will be back on the job
again, giving the Aggies their full
strength for the series.
A big bunch of M. A. C. rooters had,
planned upon attending yesterday's
game, and the probabilities are that
there will be a goodly number of
rooters on hand for today's game, or
games as the case may be.
Coach Lundgren's men are in the

year are due.
Michigan has been playing firstf
class ball during her last half dozen3
games. and Coach Lundgren is de-
serving of unstinted praise in his1
efforts this season. Lundgren was
confronted with unexperienced and,
mediocre squad at best when he drop-
ped into Ann Arbor for indoor prac-
tice, but ke has whipped a creditable
team into shape. The coach has work-
ed hard with his squad and the re-
sults are apparent. When "Morry"
Dunne reported last year for practice
he was cut and didn't seem to have a
chance to make the team if be re-
mained at Michigan for acombined
literary, law, medicine and pharmic,
course, but under Lundgren's tutelage,
he has improved wonderfully and has
been catching an excellent game for
the Wolverines, and his hitting has
been timely as well as frequent.
Lundgren has juggled his infielders
and outfielders about until he has
finally hit upon a winning combina-
tion and results have been forthcom-
ing. The pitching staff was woefully
weak at the beginning of the year, as

none of the men had had any experi-
ence, but under the coach's instruc-
tions marked improvement has been
noted, and Joe Robins and Miller have
been twirling in first class style for
the Michigan team. In fact, less than
a week ago, a Chicago paper men-
tioned Miller as one of the best col-
lege twirlers in the middle west.
Improvement has been in evidence
in almost every case, and a big share
of the credit in developing the men
goes to Lundgren. The squad has
worked hard all year and have given
their best, and results are showing.
Michigan will enter this afternoon's
game with the Aggies determined to
"clean-up" and if they are defeated, it
will be because the farmers have a
vastly better club.
'19 RACQUETERS PLAY TODAY
Freshman Tennis Squad Meets Grand
Rapids Y. M. C. A. ror Last Game
Michigan's All-Fresh tennis team
will wind up the most successful sea-
son ever enjoyed by a yearling quar-

WA NTED
CL A party of 9 fellows to take a trip to Denver,
Colo., in 3 automobiles. Leaving here Jutly r, to
he gone 3 weeks. .L This would be an exception-
ally fine trip for Colorado Students wishing to
make the trip home. Q IiFor further information
see EDWIN STAEB, 721 N. University A venue,
care GRG. W. KYRR.
. ..-4001.V..Y

11

tet when the Grand Rapids Y. M. C. A.
squad will make its bow on the Ferry
field courts this morning.
The '19 aggregation defeated them in
an extra-session contest on their own
courts earlier' in the season. Captain
Steketee, Knoche, Strouse and Hicks
will represent Michigan.
The yearlings have a record .of six
victories and no defeats to show for
their season's work; two wins over
Toledo Scott high school, and one
over Albion College, Detroit College
of Law, Grand Rapids Y. M. C. A., and
Ann Arbor high school. The style

of play has been excellent, at least tyo
of the men, Knecyhe and Steketee, be-
ing Varsity material, with Strouse and
Hicks not far behind.
Wisconsin Defeats Japanese Ball Team
Madison, Wis., June 9.-Wisconsin
swamped the diamond artists from
Waseda University of Japan in the
first game of the series at Camp Ran-
dall.

Wisconsin ......
Waseda.........
Batteries: Moon
ma and Ichioka.

R.H.E.
..... . 8 11 1
........... 1 8 3
and Fox; Kawashi-

i

Men Awarded "1919"
Yearling Team
Year

for Work
During

onI

* THREE PITCHERS ARE ON LIST
Thirteen members of this year's All-
Fresh baseball team will receive their
numerals as a reward for their en-
deavors on the diamond.
The men who have been awarded
the "1919" are as follows:
Glenn, Parks, Turner, pitchers; Mor-
rison, catcher; Adams, first base; Mid-
dleditch, second base; Dancer, short-
stop; Horwitz, third base; Kirchgess-
ner, Hall, Smith, outfielders; Saund-
ers and Cooper, utility.
Boston College Defeats Harvard 3-1
Cambridge, Mass. June 9.-South-
paw Bob Gill, of Boston College, held
Harvard to three singles, and backed
by perfect support, gave the Crimson
its third defeat of the year.
R. H. E.
Boston ...., ........... 3 8 0
Harvard ...... ............ 1 3 2
Batteries: Gill and Dee; Garritt and
Harte.

I

AFTER
A PICNIC

A delightful day spent on the grassy hillside shaded by nature's canopy of leafy
green, and in close communion with things that crawl and flit and sting
"THE RENELLEN HOSPICE"
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE
With its cool, airy rooms and atmosphere of willing service and prompt, un-
questioning attention to your every want,-will strongly appeal to your love of
comfort and appreciation of food that is fit.

I am running this place to please you and from what I am
told about our meals we seem to measure up.

best possible condition and two ex-
citing games should be the order of
the day. The keen rivalry between
the two institutions should insure
plenty of enthusiasm and two of the
most closely contested games of the

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