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LUNOCREN SLICES
BASEBALL SQUADII

Forty-Four Men Still on Deck
Put Through Batting and
Fielding Practice

Are

JEWISH STUDENTS
NOTICEour new Delicatessen
Restaurant auata w a i t s
your inspection. Night lunches served.
All kinds of Fruits, Tobaccos, Periodi-!
cals. Give us a tall. 203 N. Main St.
BASKETBALL. SCHEDUE
FOR CHAMPONSHIP SET
Eight Teams Playing in Semi-Finals
to Play Last Round Ito
Decide Winner
A schedule for games to be played
in the semi-final round of the inter-
class basketball race for campus
championship has been issued by the
Intramural department. The schedule
took effect last Friday night when
three games were played off and one
postponed. The next games will be
played tomorrow night.
In this round each team will play
seven games and standings will be
determined by percentages, the four.
teams having the highest percentages
will be placed on the schedule for the
final round. The two high teams int
this round will play for the campus
championship, while the next two
highest teams will play for third and
fourth places. As much as is possible
the games will be played on the cen-
ter court with two officials acting.
As before, the time for using the
gymnasium is limited to the hours be-
tween 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock, but in
this round the time will be divided
into two main periods extending from
7:00 to 8:00 o'clock and from 8:00
to 9:00 o'clock. In the schedule,
games are tabulated (1) and (2) ac-
cording to the period in which they
are to be played.

INTERCIASS RELAY' SERIES.
RUN SECOND BOUND MONDAY
New Schedule Issued for Flyers by
Intramural Department
Yesterday
The second round of the interclass
relay series will be run off on Mon-
day afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock.
All teams which ran in the first round,
whether winning or losing, will be
retained in the second round,. as well
as those which won by forfeit.
Track managers will please note
the following schedule, as it is a cor-
rection of the one recently issued by
the intramural department.
Fresh lits vs. fresh engineers.
Architects vs. senior engineers.
Pharmics vs. soph lits.
J-lits vs. J-laws.
Soph engineers vs. J-engineers.
AIRMSTRONGSTHLETES
BEAT DETROIT EASTERN

BATTLE FOR CATCHING POSITION
Following yesterday's practice in the
gym, Coach Lundgren cut the baseball
squad again. The following men sur-
vived yesterday's reduction:
Pitchers-Stuart, Niemann, Gibbs,
McAllister, Miller, Robins, Cartwright,
Ohlmacher, Soddy, Roberts, Andrus,
McNamara.
Catchers - Roehm, Moore, Arentz,
Dunne, Bowman.
First base-Hapeman, Newell, Web-
meyer, Birmingham, Field.
Second base-Caswell, Smith, Bialos-
ky, Piggott, Anderson.
Shortstop - Thomas, Walterhouse,
Larson.
Third base-Sherwood, Eaton, Bar-
ibeau, Warner, Reem, Harrington,
Wurster.
Outfield--Labadie, Ippel, Niemann,
Johns, Brandell, Taylor.
The coach spent the bigger part of
the afternoon in batting practice, al-
though the fielding end was not en-
tirely neglected. Just before the squad
was dismissed for the day, Lundgren
improvised a hasty pitcher's box,
catcher's box and second base. The
receivers were thus given an oppor-
tunity to do a little real throwing to
let the coach size them up from this
angle.
The distance was a trifle short, and

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Ann

Arbor Track Men Overcome
Coach's Alma Mater in
Local Gymnasium

Are now on display in our Windows

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Inearly all of the backstops were throw-

Of the eight teams playing in the
semi-finals, it is a hard matter to de-
termine what one or opes will come
out .of the round at the top of the per-
centage chart. Every team on the
slate is a strong combination and al-
most any one would make a good bet..
Some dope was upset last Friday
night when the soph engineers de-
feated the architects, It was evident
that both teams were strong, but the
defeat of the speedy architects came
as a surprise to the basketball fans of
the campus.
Another indicator was posted when
the fresh lits trounced the foresters.
The game was a hard fought affair,
but the freshmen had a decided shade
in the argument and in this case the
official score can be taken as a good
dope barometer. The yearling repu-
tation is enhanced now to the extent
of having defeated a team as strong
as the foresters who fought their way
to first place in a division.
There is more or less of a mystery
shrouding the caliber of the soph lits
who have received several forfeits and
postponed their last game with the J-
laws, and thus have not been seen in ac-
tion for some time. However, their
last act was to defeat the fresh lits
rather decisively, which indicates
that they are stronger than the year-
lings and stronger than either the
foresters or the fresh dents, since the
foresters have been defeated by the
fresh lits and the fresh dents have
been defeated by the 'foresters.
Below is the schedule for this week:
Monday, March 13
First-Senior engineers vs. Fresh

"Bones" Armstrong's Ann Arbor
high school track team beat "Bones'"
alma mater, Detroit Eastern, by a
49 2-3 to 45 1-3 score in the dual meet
held in the local gymnasium last night.1
Honors were evenly divided in the meet
up to the time of the running of the
relay race which swung the victory
in favor of the Ann Arbor men.
The victors were hard pressed all
through the race, however, and won by
a margin of but about a yard and a
half. The greatest handicap that the
local lads had to overcome was the
work of Gleason of Detroit Eastern,
who promises to be a star of the
Michigan team in the near future
when he enters the university.
Gleason amassed 25 of the 45 1-3
points scored by his team, winning the
25-yard dash, the low hurdles and the,
pole vault. He tied for first in the,
high jump and took second place in
the 220-yard dash and in the high,
hurdles. The Purpje and White stars
were Cuthbert and Don Hause.
The relay race was protested by the
visitors who claimed that the Ann Ar-
bor men failed to touch off on one
occasion, but the ruling was in favor
of the squad coached by Armstrong.
EDISON COMPANY OFFERS BOAT
CLUB USE OF THEIR I'ULMOTOR
In the agitation for safety along the1
Huron river, the Eastern Michigan Edi-
son company. offered their services.
One means by which they expect to
be of service is in the use of their pul-
motor. The company will gladly allow
the free use of their pulmotor at any
time.
Handball Tournament Held Monday
Failure on the part of a sufficient
number of the men scheduled to ap-
pear yesterday will necessitate the
postponement of the ,opening round
of the handball tournament until
Monday afternoon, according to a re-
port issued by manager Wickett late
yesterday afternoon. Wickett stated
that the press of Opera practice and
other student activities was the cause
for the non-appearance of the candi-
dates at the proper time.
Cornell Baseball Hopes Are Poor
Ithaca, N. Y., Mar. 11.-With the
annual southern practice trip but a
little less than a month off, the Var-
sity baseball prospects are still un-
certain because of the lack of suffi-
cient good material among the bat-
tery candidates. Dr. Sharpe places
most of his hopes on Russell, the- only
first-string pitcher left from last
year's team. The squad is still large,
as no cut has yet been made.

ing in good style.
There promises to be a big fight
for the position of regular catcher this
season, and the two boys from the
gridiron are going to make things pret-
ty warm for Arentz, for "Duke" can
be classified as the nearest approach
to a "regular" that there is on the
squad. All three of the men have been
hitting well,. and their throwing yes-
terday was high class. Several of
the close games last season seemed to
have found their way into the "lost"
column through loose work behind the
plate and the coach is determined that
such won't be the case this year, if
possible.
Oklahoina's Tennis Teaui TFakes Trip
Norman, Okla., Mar. 11.-The Uni-
versity of Oklahoma tennis team it
planning on making a northern trip
this year. The list of tentative op-
ponents includes the University of
Kansas, Missouri, Drake, Central Col-
lege, William Jewell, Illinois, Wis-
consin, Northwestern, and Chicago.
Wisconsin Offers Position to Gilman
Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 11.-Captain-
elect Joseph Gilman, of the Harvard
football team, who has been drop-
ped from the university for failure in
studies, has been offered a position
as assistant coach of the eleven at
the University of Wisconsin. He took
the matter under advisement.

Other

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$4

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$15

Cordovan's $z

R.H..yfe & Co.
Detroit '

Ann Arbor Salesroom
713=15 N. University Ave.

With HENRY

& CO.

Tailors to Men

THE NO-TROUBLE-
TO-SERVE-YOU-SPIRT

Is characteristic of this place. If we are not serving the very thing you want-tell us, and if
it can be secured we will gladly go to any lengths to please you.

THE

RENELLEN

HOSPICE

IS A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

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Not only in name, but rather by reason of the fact that we are continually striving to do the
common things unusually well and the unusual things in such a manner and with such perfect
service as to make the name mean something.

Second-Fresh dents vs. foresters.
Tuesday, March 14
First-Soph lits vs. soph engineers.
Wednesday, March 15
Second-Architects vs. fresh lits.
Thursday, March 16
Second-Junior laws vs. architects.
Friday, March 17"
First-Soph engineers vs. foresters.
Second-Soph lits vs. senior engin-

"Be ye not as sounding brass or tinkling cymbals" will never
apply to this place while I have anything to do with it.

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