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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Some Facts Concerning Your Watch!
The balance wheel, in modern watches, makes one revolution each time
the watch ticks.
The watch ticks 5 times each second, 300 times in one minute, 18,ooo
times in one hour, 432,000 in one day, and 157,680,000 times in one year.
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A Variation of 1000Part
in the vibration of the hair spring which controls the balance wheel, will
make. a difference of 15 minutes per day; if the variation is only one-ten-
thousandth part it will make a difference of go seconds in twenty-four hours,
and one ninety-thousandth part brings it down to one second per day-
which is about the average rate of modern watches.
If the watch owner will stop to think a moment, he will see that it is
necessary to give the watch fairly good treatment in order to get good time
out of it.
A Speck of Dust
rancid oil, cracked jewels, loose screws and many other things will spoil the
dlelicate adjustment.
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BASEBALL MENTOR
SURVYSMTERIAL
Coach Carl Lundgren Visits Ann Ar-
bor; Practice tSarts Officially
About February 21

UPSET BALL DOPE
Defeat Pharmics by 2 to 1 Score in
Hottest Game of Season; Tie
Exists for First Place

ROFEIM AND ARENTZ TO CATCH 'i DRUGGISTS TO PROTEST

GAME1

Coach Lundgren paid a flying visit
to Ann Arbor yesterday, and started
to outline plans for the coming Var-
sity baseball season, which will start
with the first call for candidates on
February 21, on which day he will re-
turn to take up the direction of the
Michigan baseball team for his third
year.
The coach left town last night after
spending the day with Athletic Direc-
tor Bartelme and outlining with him
the coming ball season. He will re-
turn to his home in Marengo, Ill., for
a short time before he comes back to
Ann Arbor to take up his work on the
squad.
In spite of the fact that the coach
will not start his men off officially
until February 21, the battery men
will be at work under Captain Labadie
for a week previous to that time. Un-
der his direction the first efforts will
be made to discover who- will occupy
the mound and the box for the Maize
and Blue in the coming season.
Coach Lundgren said that he re-
gretted the loss of "Jack" Benton to
the baseball squad, and he believes
that the hardest task he has this year
is to find a man to take his place be-
hind the bat. The problem of pitchers
is not such a great one, but his pitch-
ers will avail him nothing without
men to receive their delivery, and for
this reason he emphasized a request
that all men who have had any back-
stop experience put in an appearance
when Captain Labadie issues his call
for battery tryouts.
"Duke" Arentz and "Rummy" RoehmI
are the only two likely looking can-
didates for the catching job this year.
Arentz has had a year's experience on
the Varsity squad, but because of the
punishment that Benton could take he
was never needed in a game, and he is
still green at the job.

All known dope suffered a complete
reversal last night when the soph
engineers defeated the terrible phar-
mics in the hottest battle of the sea-
son, by a score which reverted back
owing to an unfinished inning, making
the final count 2-1 in favor of the
sophs. In the other two games the
J-engineers defeated the soph engi-
neers, who played a double, header,
by a 9-4 score, and the architects wal-
loped the fresh lits by an 8-2 margin.
The important result of the games is
that the -engineers and the pharmics
are now tied for first place.

d'Affaires Armstrong," by the rules
of the league, caused the score to re-
vert back in favor of the engineers.
The pharmics state that they will
protest the game on the ground that
it was an even inning and their last
bat, and that they were ahead on
their last bat when time was called.
In case they- do not succeed in carry-
ing their point the pharmics and the
J-engineers will have to play off their
tie at some future date.
DR. FORSYTH OFERS COURSE IN
ACTUARIAL WORK NEXT TERM
Dr. C. H. Forsyth will offer a new
course in mathematics for the second
semester. It is named "Introduction
to Casualty Actuarial Theory." The
announcement of this course was
made too late to be published by the
university.
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wio
Company. State St. Tailors.
$3.98 buys $5.00 English shoe at the
Davis Store, 119 S. Main St.

Simmons and Loud Show Up Well int
Early Season Work; All-Fresh
Produce Goods
Although the track season for Michi-
gan athletes is still in its infancy,t
several of the men out for the 1916
team have already shown marked im-
provement over their last season's
form, enough so to cause them to be
regarded as among the most seriousj
contenders for this season's outfit.
Perhaps the most noticeable better-
ment of any of the men is the work of
Simmons, the sophomore high jumper.
Last season, as a member of the All-
Fresh team, Simmons was a fair per-
former. Last week, "Vic" startled
the campus by hoisting himself over
the bar at the height of 5 feet 11 7-8
inches, and incidentally placed him-
self as number one in the ranks of the
Varsity high leapers. This feat of
Simmons' was the direct result of a
change in style of clearing the bar, as
taught by "Steve" Farrell.
Loud is a man who is learning the
art of shot hoisting fast. On several
occasions this big lad has hurled the
lead ball well over the 40 foot mark,
and looks to still have something in
reserve, notwithstanding the fact that
he has been a little off color of late.
Of the All-Fresh tryouts, Haig, Fuess,,
Tuttle, Casteel, Wong and Zoellin have
at present the call as being the best
that the new men have been able to
produce. Up to date, however, the
1919 class has not had its men out
long enough for any set of individ-
uals to show any great improvement
in their work.

Lee Joslyn telegraphed his people
that he'd arrive in New York on Sat-
urday and would be home in Detroit
on Sunday. Lee's a funny boy.
Joslyn's return recalls the expedi-
tion under the courageous Captain
"Henri" which established the motto:
"Out of the Trenches by Christias."
Henry showed more common sense
than people generally give him credit
for at that.
He didn't say which Christmas.
Down at Illinois they're going to
prevent such students as bolt classes
either before or after vacations fron
taking the final examinations. Evi-
dently they want to abolish 'em.
The following is related at the ex-
pense of a certain Varsity quarter,
back, whose name will be withheld.
This great secrecy and privacy ist
due to no desire on the part of the
Sportoscope for mystery, but rather

for some six diplomatic reasons. O:
of them is threatened annihilation ai
the other five don't count.
The afore-mentioned gentlema
passed out of class the other day wi
the noble intentions of putting in
few those "good licks before examin
tions" that we read all about in boo
and understand are discussed at faeu
ty meetings. Therefore he pass
into the library for 40 full minut
of close application to the big books
Then he passed leisurely homewar
and to what he supposed was lune
To his surprise and we might ac
alarm, he found that lunch was fi
ished and that he'd mistaken h
last class (an eieven o'clock) for
ten.
Such a mistake in figures as this
Ferry Field might have proved disa
trous, but he never used to make the
We promised not to divulge the nai
but we might suggest that at the ne
meeting of the senior lit social co:
mittee this incident can be mentsion
--if the chairman is absent.

JUNIOR LITS ELECT HART TO
SERVE ON STUDENT COUNCIL
Abraham S. Hart was elected by the
junior lits yesterday afternoon to rep-
resent the class on the student coun-
cil during next semester and all of
next year.
When the newly chosen member en-
ters the council, the junior. literary
class will have its quota of two men
in that body, as one representative was
elected last fall.

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It was ruled at the last minute that
the senior engineers had played their
five games and hence they were drop-
ped from last night's schedule. The
batteries for the pharmics and the
soph engineers were Kirchgessner and
Ankenbrandt for the former and Loud
and Dixon for the latter. The phar-
mic twirler hurled a great game for
his team and struck out seven men, but
luck was against him and when the
sophs grabbed two runs in the first
inning and proceeded to hold their
opponents to no score for their half,
the second- year men had established
a good lead. Dixon slammed the ball
for. three sacks in the first inning
and drove in two runs. In the next
inning the pharmics annexed a run
and in the third period the engineers
got another, making the score 3-1 in
favor of the engineers, but when the
prescription boys came in for their
last bat in that same inning they
scored five runs, but time was called
before the inning was completed, and
the score reverted back to the see-
ond inning where it stood 2-1. The
last pharmic at bat had two strikes
on him and there were two outs, but
he whaled the ball. for four sacks
when a strikeout would have closed .
the inning. Time was called with but
two outs on the pharmics, which made
an incomplete inning and thus "Charge

BY THE WAY.
MISTER J. HOPPER

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