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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NO COBBLING-SHOES PROPERLY REPAIRED AT
VAN'S UALITY SHOE SHOP
1114SOUT CEDTT~U' ATTAT~XTTHAT IS THE REASON MY BUSI-
ST ASEICL and UALITL NESS IS ICREASING VERY DAY
UIESTAVENUE THE NEW SHOP

TATHLETIC REPORT
SHOWSDEFICIENCY
Football Is Only Proiltable Sport; As-
so"iatIon Debt Iuch
Smaller
TRACK AN D BASEBALL BEHIND
With a cash balance on hand of
$793.'9, and outstanding notes to the
amount of $19,000.00, the Athletic as-
sociation at the present time is just
$18,201.21 in debt, according to the
annual report of the treasurer of the
association. Rapid strides have been
made the past year in clearing off the
debt occasioned by the building of the
new stadium, however, as the associa-
tion stood $31,789.72 in arrears at this
time last year.
Football is the only sport which
showed a balance on the profit side
ofhthe ledger (uring 195-16, as the
other branches of sport cost a great
deal more than they brought in. Total
receipts from football during the past
season were $24,459.50 less than dur-
ing the season of 1914-15, though the
expenses of the past season ran over
$9,000 less than the previous football
season.
Baseball cost Michigan $3,392.74 above
expenses during 1915-16. Track ran
behind over $5,000.00, while tennis, the
interscholastic meet and intromural
activities all came in for their annual
drain upon the treasury.
Report of Aihletic Association

Palance on hand January 16,
1 nl

$210.281

J: ) . . . .

Receipts

Football .... . .....$55,852.14
Baseball..........4,745.62
Track............1,076.92
Interscholastic ... 136.08
Tennis .............176.00
Intramural ........1,083.08
General (including
student fees) .. 26,936.17
Ferry Field, labor
and supply acct. 929.14

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90,935.15

$91,145.43

*Disbursements
Football........$40,548.50
r Baseball .........8,138.36
Track.............6,152.03
Interscholastic ... 505.67
Tennis.... ... 627.34
Intramural .......4,573.92
General . . ..... 8,938.98
Ferry Field, labor
and supply act... 4,781.15
Stadium Acct.
($9000 paid on
loans)..........11,515.00
New south field... 565.69
Loans paid on gen-
eral account.... 4,000.00

CAROLL COLLEGE ILLI
MEET MICHIGAN IN 0~6
Announce Football Schedule for All-
Fresh Eleven; rrange for
Five Gnkes
One new addition has been made to
the 1916 Varsity football schedule.
Carroll College, which each year meets
M. A. C. and Wisconsin, will stack up
against Yost's men on October 11.
The All-Fresh football schedule as
approved yesterday is as follows:
Michigan State Normal College at
Ann Arbor.
Olivet College at Olivet, Mich.
Michigan Agricultural All-Fresh at
East Lansing, Mich.
Detroit University at Detroit, Mih
Heidelberg University at Ann Arbor.
[RL COMPETITION TO
MEET ALL-FRESH SQUAD
Albion, Ypsilanti, Detroit, and Polish
Seminary to Try Mettle of
Yearling Nine
Michigan's yearling horsehide fling-
ers will run against some real com-
petition when they tackle their 1916
schedule as adopted yesterday by the
Board in Control of Athletics.
Their season opens at Ann Arbor
with Albion College on April 29. The
University of Detroit is encountered
in Ann Arbor on May 6, with a return
game in Detroit the following week.
Polish Seminary of Orchard Lake,
which played havoc with the All-Fresh
nine of last season, will attempt to re-
peat its success of the past season,
when it comes to Ann Arbor on May
20, the Freshmen again meeting them
at Orchard Lake on June 3. Michigan
State Normal is the opposition on May
27 at Ann Arbor, and again at Ypsi-
lanti on May 30.
The schedule follows:
April 29-Albion College at Ann Arbor.
May 6-University of Detroit at Ann
Arbor.
May 13--University of Detroit at De-
troit.
May 30-Polish Seminary at Ann Arbor.
May 27-Mich. State Normal at Ann
Arbor.
May 30--Mich. State Normal at Ypsi-
lanti.
June 3-Polish Seminary at Orchard
Lake.
DRAKE RELAYS WILL RANK
HIGHI N COLLEGE CIRCLES
Des Moines, Ia., Mar. 4.-What is her-
alded as one of the largest college
track events to be presented in the
middle west this spring will be held
at the stadium at Drake University
here April 22, according to an an-
nouncement today.
Universities from coast to coast have
been invited, including the Universities
of Southern California and Washington
and the Universities of Pennsylvania
and Michigan. All of the Western
conference and Missouri Valley con-
ference universities have received in-
vitations.
In addition, teams are expected from
every university and college of import-
ance in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Illinois, Nebraska, Kansas, and Mis-
souri. Thirty-one Ohio high school
teams have also been invited.
Rowe Reminds Men of Relay Races
"Class track men should remember
that this week sees the start of the
class relay races. The first five races
will be run off on Wednesday afternoon

of next week, and it is high time that
some of the men were out getting in
shape," remarked Intramural Director
Rowe yesterday. "A hint to the wise,"
he concluded.
Fresh Lit Relay Men to Report
Candidates for the fresh lit relay
team are requested to report to Fer-
dnand C. Bell, the manager, at Water-
man gymnasium on Monday and Tues-
day afternoons between 3:00 and 4:30
o'clock.
Mr. Bishop Resumes Duties This Week
Mr. William W. Bishop, university
librarian, has been confined to his
home for the last week on account of
illness. He is improved somewhat and
expects to be able to resume his duties
the first of the week.

LVNOCNCOSDG Succ sfUl Men Black and Brown Cordovans
N OF ST ecollege" Last
T reou; hec-Iour D iOurTailoredClothes
P rl Elir ndation of oearly CeThe Cordovan comes nearly being as
half of Tryouts And Recognize Them on Each Other waterproof as leather can be. It's a
very refined boot that is going to be
A 't '11 AY T RY TC11I'N(the Big Hit of the Season ! Made with
-- waxed thread, tip and upper seam. In
Foliow i.; yesterday's batting prac- High or Low shoes-
tice, Ca Lundgren diminished the
size of his baseball squad by about Suits as Low as $30.00
5 per cent, although there are still High Shoes, $7.50 - Low┬░Shoes, $7.00
over hall a hundred athletes on the
list.
The following men survived yester-
diy's reduction: jstablished 1865
Pitchers--Stuart, Wright, Buckman,
N\ieman:1, Gibbs, MffAllister, Miller,
,robins, (artwright, Golden, Getts, Ohl-
meacher MeNanmara, Soddy, Roberts.
llubbard, Andrus.-
Catchers - - Roaln, Moore, Arentz,
Dunne, Pale, Box'les, Bowman.
First Field,-mnField, ie-irann, \ > VllOadner.AWehmeyer. 713 North University Avenue
Birnighami, flibbard. Tailors to Men With Henry & Company, Tailors
Second Base-Caswell, Smith, Bio-
713-715 North Uniyersity Avenue DETROIT STORE -:X- .183-5 WOODWARD AVENUE
losky, Piggott, Anderson.
Third Base---Topeman, Sherwood, . l illllllllllllllll1Il llll lili l11lllllllill l11
lthion, Baribeau, Warner, Reem, Har-

ringtou, Johnson. W urster, Codd, Whit-
marsh.'
Outfield - Labadie, Wright, Ippel,
Bathrick, Niemann, Johns. Brandell, M
Sibb ard, Taylor, Norton.
Practice lasted from 1:00 o'clock un- The. Musical
til 4:00 o'clock yesterday, and the
coach hadl a good opportunity to size VM. PR U E T
up all of the men at the plate. Sev- Assisted by Chas. Orra
eral of the members of the squad were "A Holla
walloping the ball right on the nose,T
some of -last year's contingent hitting W ARD, BELL an
particularly hard. "Under it
Anderson landed on a couple that al-
most carried the net away, while Cap- I(LEENK
trin Labadie and Brandell were also Expert Wire Wall
ping r ight into everything that
came o er the plate and looked good. HARRY 1
"Wee Willie" Niemann attracted some Th4 Man who put "U'
aftention with his work at the plate,
ln- outtielding member of the Nie-
rmann clan sending several line drives HFLEN HA MILTO
bajcl towards the twirlers. "Wee Wil-
lies" great big brother "Wally" was
missing from practice and is under T URSDAY- WoVIII
tCoach Lundgren stepped into the
cage h!im, I yesterday afternoon and
pitched to the batters for a few min- SPH1 EN1iNEE1iS AND SENIOR
utes. The coach oft en assumes this role L AWS WIN BAS1KETBALL GAMES
out of doors and his precision and Ifreslh-Junior Law Tilt Postponed;
wonderful control makes him particu- Senior Dents Forfeit
larly effective in pitching in batting to Foresters
practice. Naturally there wasn't as
iach of this in evidence yesterday as Out of six basketball games sche-

treat of the Year
CE and COMPANY
and Company In an Original Act
nd Romance"
id WARD COMPANY
he White Tops"
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kers and Sharp %hooters
VON FOSSLN
Y" In tun and Fun 11 1"You"
ecial Feature
N and JACK BARNES
"Just Fun"

TIC

3 DAYS
Commencing
Monday Night

SUNDAY
1:30, 3:00,'7:00, 8:30
Richard
Mansfield's
Great.st Success
"A Parisian
Romance"

with
Cooper Cliffe
.a8d
Dorothy Green
ALL SEATS
10 cents

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tlier
onjo
yest

re wi'l be later on, but the coach duled for
>yed a good workout. two were
ohn~y"a yiaulbetsch was present and one
terday, although the football cap- missing.

last night, two were played,
forfeited, one was postponed
was numbered among the
The soph engineers defeat-

for their game with the homeops,
In the game between the soph and
J-engineers, Doty, the soph star, was
rather snowed under, Corr guarding
most strenuously. Haskin secured
most of the sophomores' points, throw-
ing two baskets from the floor, while
St. Clair played a strong game at the
other guard. Mead was the juniors'
lion, playing a fast, consistent game at
forward and adding up most of his
team's counters, two field goals and
one foul. Stepiien proved a valuable,
man at forward for the sophs, running
the ball at will.
When law met medic the floor
rocked. Melaniphy garnered three
goals from the floor and tossed two
fouls for the laws. Morse at center
threw three consecutive goals, and
Rowan contributed two more, making

played in the capacity of traveling
guard while McCall was used in
breaking up interference. Cohen easily
starred for the anatomy tailors and-
made the highest individual score of
the night by throwing five goals.
Clyde Bastian appeared in a suit
last night anda fter due discussion
and some misgivings was admitted to
a practice game. His first act was to
demonstrate his blocking talent, and a
certain lanky center is now nursing
skinned knees. The first scene of the
second act saw him with the ball un-
der one arm in a run for the basket.
Busrahi Campaign Chairmen to Meet
All district chairmen of the Busrah
campaign will meet this afternoon at
2:30 in Newberry hall. N ames of
district committeemen wfin be given

90,346.641

Balance on hand January 20,
1916......................$798.79
Notes outstan(ling January
16, 1915.6.. .............$32,000.00
Notes outstanding January'
20, 1916.................19,000.00
* Disbursements include amounts
paid visiting teams as their share in
receipts of contests in football, base-
Sall, track and tennis.
PROT1JE A ISTAiNT COACHES
TO Al) ALL-FRESlhtN SQUAD
Athletic Board Passes Resolutions to-
Enable M1ore 3len to Ile Retained
on Yearling Teams
Besides passing upon the 1916 sche-
dules for Varsity and All-Fresh base-
ball, football and track, the Board in
Control of Athletics yesterday adopted
a resolution to enable more men to be
retained on the All-Freshman football
squad, by providing that several expe
rienced players be employed to assist
the All-Fresh coach. It will be the
duty of the assistant coaches to give
the same training to the men on the
second, third and fourth teams of the
freshman squad as is received by the
men on the freshmnan first team.
A communication from the Board in
Control of Student Publications to
place the official program for athletic
events in their hands, was favorably
considered, and it is quite possible
that in the future the athletic program
will be handled in the. same way as
student publications are at present.
Prof. L. M. Gram was elected vice-
chairman of the board.

taro said that lie did not believe his ed the juniors of the iron workers'
work would permit him to try for the clan by the narrow margin of two
baseball team. If "Maullie" should points, the final score resting at 9-7,
add his name to the list of backstops, and the senior laws administered an
Lundgren would have three football anaethetic to the all-medics 'when
men battling for the same position. they rolled up 18 points to their oppo-
-nents' 14. The game between the
GLOVES fresh and J-laws was postponed on .a
for men, best I nown makes at reason. technicality, while the senior dents
able price&, on sale by N. F. Allen & forfeited to the foresters and the J-
Co., Main Atret V. wed-eod I dents failed to put in an appearance

the legal total of 18 points. Stiver out and campaign plans discussed.

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