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High Man Makes Record of 200 in
W. P. 1. Shoot; Other Team Men
Fall Below Average
MCJIQLSON AND SIMYNS SLUMP
Another surprise was sprung last
night when I. B. Clark of the Varsity
rile team grabhed the high team score
with a perfect 200 record. Clark has
been averaging about 190 throughout
the year, and while a more or less
consistent gunman, has seldom placed
among Michigan's point winners. The
records made last night are to go into
effect against those of Worcester Poly-
technic Institute, which is now seventh
in Class "B", and since the Wolverine
squad now heads therunning, there is
little chance of a lose for Michigan.
Although Clark did his best for the
Varsity this week, the shooting of his
team mates fell a little below the aver-
age, making the weekly score four
points below that of last week. Nichol-
son and Simons, who usually assume
stellar roles in the target tilts, slump-
ed this week, falling into the second
division of the team. L. C. Wilcoxen,
the captain, and W. J, Schoepfle tied
with totals of 197 points each, the score
of the captain going on record with
the team score.
The individual records follow:
I. B. Clark ...................200
J. L. Bateman...... ......... 198
D. C. McIntyre ..... ......198
A. K. MacNaughton............198
L. C. Wilcoxen............197
Team total .................991

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BETTER PITCHING SLOWS
UP LUNOGREN'S BATTERS
Coach to Make Final Cut in Squad Fol-
lowing Saturday's
Practice
With Soddy, Stuart, Cartwright,
Robins and Roberts putting a trifle
more speed behind those curve balls in
batting practice, hitting fell off a tri-
ie in the practice yesterday afternoon.
This quintet was on duty during the
bigger part of the time while the bat-
ting cage was in use, and all of the
flingers were displaying sharp break-
ing curves that caused a perceptible
slump in batting. The hitters have
been looking at curves before yester-
day, but the boys on the firing line
were letting loose a trifle more and
the benders were breaking sharper and
faster.
Coach Lundgren announced that fol-
lowing Saturday's batting practice he
would probably make another cut, thus
reducing the size of the squad still
further. This will probably be the
l.st one, however, until the team goes
ontdoors. This happy occasion, judg-
ing from present indications, will be
somewhere along about August 38, but
the coach has hopes and insists that
it can't snow forever.
YE ARtLING SHOT LUTTE'115 RS SHOW
1IPRJOVED FORM FOR "Y" MEET
Peach Most Likely Prospect of Weight
heavers; Meet to Be Held
in Detroit
Under the careful tutelage of Coach
Farrell and "Cec" Cross, the fresh-
men shot putters are improving rap-
idly and are now tossing the pellet
close to 37 feet. thus giving the year-
lings a fighting chance in an event
in which they looked woefully weak
a week or so ago. Peach, star end
on last fall's freshman football team,
is the most likely looking of the
weight heavers.
The meet with the Detroit "Y" Sat-
urday will be held in Detroit, instead
of in Waterman gymnasium, as an-
nounced in yesterday's Daily.
A dvertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your advantage to trade

ARCHITECTS AND SOPH "WIN T EIR RAYD A LL E
[ITS DOWN__OE at Three More Preliminary Battles
-~~-- Remain to Be
J-Laws and Fresh Lits Suffer $lteles Plaed
in Class Basketballl
Tourney Three more matches in the opening
..iround of the handball tournament

Two basketball games were played
off in Waterman gym last night, the
soph lits romping over the J-laws with
a 20 to 12 score, and the architects
walloping the fresh lits handily by a
36 to 18 count.
Foul upon foul characterized the
tirst, Brown vs. Brown proving a most
interesting minor contest as a side
issue to the regular battle. R. Brown
played his "usual fast game for the
lits and C. A. Brown, with the ad-
vantage of weight, held his lighter
frater to one goal. A change in the
soph lits' lineup added to the effect-
iveness of the team, Stimson, the new
forward getting three field goals on
plays, Miller to Edwards to Stimson.
immediately after the toss-up. Miller
easily had the edge on Pierce, his op-
ponent at center, and ran up an indi-
vidual score of 10 points. Lokker, the
law forward, equalled the score by
getting 10 counters and proved the
laws' most material factor, offensively
and otherwise.
In the game between the architects
and the fresh lits, Hickey, of the for-
mer team ran up the high individual
score of the'night with six field goals
and one basket on a foul, totaling 13
points. Hammond, the architect cen-
ter, ranked second with 10 points. The
first half was decidedly favorable to
the architects, the score standing 16
to 4. The freshmen had five men on
the floor who seemed to be ignorant
of the science of teamwork while the
architects played together all the
way. McClintock did the heavy scor-
ing for the freshmen, adding up eight
points, while Hanish at guard, did ex-
cellent work in playing the ball back
to his forwards. Hewlett, Iickey,. and
Hammond, the forwards and center
for the architects reslpectively, were
too much for the yearlings who were
correspondingly loose,' and the engi-
neers' first cousins were at no time
in any danger.
Tonight's game is between the ju-
nior laws and the architects at 8:00

were staged yesterday afternoon. But
one out of that number required more
than two games to reach a verdict, the,
first match, in which Reilly won from
Cohn, being the exception.
The results of the matches were as
follows:
Reilly d. Cohn 15-4, 13-15. 15-9;
llomer d. Morales 15-6, 15-7; Del Valle
d. Tandy 15-13, 15-8.
But three more matches remain to
be played in the first set of prelimin-
aries and Manager Wickett stated last
night that these would probably be
played today.

1 "FOUR O
RELAY'FUR OLY BUSY
MEN ON FARRELL'S TEAM
Coach Now Giving Attention to Fresh
Squad of Cinder
Athletes
With this week's Buffalo encounter
the last of the indoor struggles for the
Varsity track team, the cinder men as
a whole are enjoying a let-up from
their labors at the gymnasium.
Four members of the team are the
sole fleet-foots that Coach Farrell is
going to give much attention to during
the remainder of the week. These
men comprise the quartet which will
face Windnagle and company on Sat-
urday night before the spectators at
the 74th Infantry meet in Buffalo.
Outside of Carroll, Donnelly, Ufer,
and "Cap" Murphy, the coach is al-
most wholly engrossed in the fresh-
man track aspirants, who will have
their mettle thoroughly tested in the

Y. M'. C. A. meet in Detroit. "Steve"
knows that a rest will not do any of
his numerous charges any harm, es-
pecially as outside of the quartet of
relay men the team will meet no ac-
tive competition until the Drake meet
at Des Moines next month.
Farrell has high hopes of victory in
Saturday's clash with the Red team,
basing his expectations on the close'
race which the Wolverines and the
Cornellians had in Philadelphia last
week. Outside of Murphy the status
of the two competitors will be identi-
cally the same as were the two-mile
teams of each school on their last ap-
pearance.
27 IIEN ENTER U PEMTMlN( MEIT
STA RTINA SATII1 PA ATrElmN
Numerals Will le Awa ded t Win-
ners; iikE Jan A mon,
C&ntu~ der'

~f 27 moen signed ,Ip. The welterweigh
class received a substantiai boost ye:
tcrday when three mor men enrolle
it that division.
The later men to sign up are:
Middleweight-J. O'Conner.
Welterweight-M. E. Brown, Webs
k. M. Kiyohars.
The last-named individual hail
from Hyojo-Ken, Japan; is powerfull
built about the shoulders especiall:
and looks like a first class wrestler.
The manager is drawing up the boul
at the present time and the names o
those who will wrestle Saturday wi
be posted on a chart in the wrestlin
room at the gymnasium.
Since numerals will be awarded t1i
winners in the tournament a scholar
ship requirement equal to that of Var
sity athletes must be maintained by a
entered in the event.
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ARE YOU A

LOVER OF GOOD COFFEE

If you really have a taste for coffee as it should be, if you have wished you could
get away from the horrible stuff that boils for hours and is then served at the call "draw
one," try

THE

RENELLEN

H 'SPICE

A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

The fact that we do not serve coffee that has simmered, stewed or been boiled, but that
every cup is properly percolated undoubtedly accounts for the fact that our dealers-are
daily asked for "That Renellen Coffee."

I am something of a coitee crank myself and I know good
coffee is hard to find.

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