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reserve stock is kept in Detroit, and
By a smooth combination of oratory delivery can be made within twenty-
and basketball, the architect five sue- =our hours.
ceeded in trimming the soph lits to
the tune of 18-16 in one of the snap- Come in and see what the new
piest games of the season. The game The Shop they are all talk- things are for -
was a world beater from start to fin- ing about-the s hopwheri
ish. Although the soph lits seemed -
overconfident the architects took the Individual Style Touches.
wind out of their sails, giving them Jistablished 186;
the stiffest competition they are liable,=-
to meet for some time. Miller and -
Brown proved the point-getters for the
literary men, totalling 12 of the tal-COP N
lies for their side, and Hickey came 7_HENRY & COMPANY
out strong for the artisan five, with!
Kruger, Hammond, and Hewlett tied Tailors to Men
for second honors.
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night's game expecting to win, since
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end of the first half, the score stood DS W ordA lty This Neet
13-6 in favor of the architects, and in RL/ord!T
the second period the sophomores at- INbRTIG SSINT i EAS ii r~ ~u~
tempted a come-back that seemed Three-Legged Race Is to Be Feature -
likely to prove successful, for when Coaeh Lines Up Infielders for Short of Dub vent an Sat- Interclass Pole Vault to Be Staged;
there were but three minutes more to Fielding Practice; Walterhouse urday Nead, Kohr, Kirby and hanger
play the score stood 17-16. Again at Short Are Entered

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GRIDDERS SROW LAX IN l
GYM WORKSAYS COACH
Out of 50 Candidates for 1916 Squad
Only 20 Show Up for Early
Season Training
Winter training for next season's
prospective football squad has been
rather lax this year, according to
Ralph McGuiness, the coach who
keeps tab on the attendance of this
particular group of aspirants to the
honor of representing the Maize and
Blue on the gridiron next fall.
Out of a total list of 50 candidates,
but 20 have been taking regular work
in the gymnasium since the close of
the last football season, and the ma-
jority of those include men who have
been working on various athletic
teams which excuses them from as-
signed training work. The men who
are engaged in these activities are:
"Morrie" Dunne, "Wally" Neimann,
Robbins, and Andrus, who are trying
out for the baseball squad; "Pat"
S uith, Boyd; Peach and Edwards, who
are taking regular work in track un-
der the tutelage of "Steve" Farrell;
and Weiman, Hanish, Edwards, and R.
U. Dunne, who are engaged in the in-
terclass basketball tournament.
Those who have been showing up
for work as often as could be desired
are: Raymond, Sharpe, Weske, Wil-
liams, Sparks, Nash, McLaughlin, and
U. '. Johnson. Raymond, Weske and
Nosh have been spending considerable
time on the mat in the wrestling room
and are in fine condition physically.
The men on the list who have ben
taking work in the gym, but at rather
rare intervals are: ' Whalen, Zeiger,
Calvin, Rehor, Ewart, Snyder, Beath,
Biber, Loucks, Getts, Jones, "Jack"
Dunne, Brazell, Straus, and Collins.
Captain Maulibeisch has also been on
hand a few times so far.
Work for the men consists in gen-
eral of running relays and using vari-
oas apparatus in I ee gymnasium, an
to help out the men in charge of the
training, "Bob" Walson, former heavy-
veight chamrion wrestler, has been
coning over to th-2 gym each Satur-
day to work eat v4 +1 the men who are
interested in wrestling.
Chicago-N orthwestern Sivimmers Tie.
Chicago, Ill., March 21.-The Uni-
versity of Chicago and Northwestern
University tied for first place in the,
Big Nine conference swim last week.
Each scored 44 points, Illinois was
next with 12, and Wisconsin last with
6. Indiana was not represented.

113 YEARLINGS ENROLL
FOR FRESH BALL TEAMj
Big Crowd Signs Up After Talks by
Varsity Coach Liundgren
and A ssistant s
All-Fresh baseball should prove one
of the leading features of the athletici
season, if the amount of pep displayed
at last night's meeting in Waterman-
gym is any indication, for after Rowe,
McGuinness and Coach Lundgren hadt
harangued the yearlings, 113 of them
came forward and signed up for the
nine.
Pitchers - Norton, Smith, Rapp,3
Shaw, Crockett, Shields, Renwick, Ras-
mussen, Dorsey, Brand, Saunders, Car-
dinal, Parks, Glenn.
Catchers-Fitz Simons, Adams, Fra-
ser, Englehart, Nugent, Waggoner,1
Howard, Gehhaar, Knight, Payne, Hos-
king, Hammond, Schmitt.l
First basemen--Foley, Cooper, Mack,t
Sirrine, Luingston, 'oetz, Goldsmith,
Cruger, Van Ommen, Adams, Porter,
Maurer, Hitchcock, Smith, Barrett,l
Haidler, Lamlein, Goodrich, Yoakum.-
Second basemen-'Sallwasser, Mid-;
dleditch, Lyons, McLean, Labadie, King-Y
ey, Codd, Montigel, Cruse, Thomas,1
Manker, Hartman, Ballard.
Third basemen-Dibble, King, Lam-
lein, Dueltgen, Carl, Higgins, Knocke.
Shortstops-Finn, Horwitz, Hardy,
Dancer, Sirrilla, Wieters, Biggers,
Caukins, Mason, Myers, Storz, Abell,
Clark, Yerkes, Higgins, Chopp, Cera-
son, Lichtig, Jones!
Outfielders -- Hummer, Hart, Mar-
tens, Kirchgessner, Laverty, Garrett,
.Jaeger, Howard, Goldsmith, Goldstein,
Tibbits, Kantz, Smith, Royon, Furlow,
MacDonald, Clingman, Saunders, Bier-
wagen, Holcombe, Nye, Watkins, Har-
ros, Lavine, Sanne.
TRACK STARS GET REST
BEFORE RAKE (ARNIVAL
Now comes the open season for the
Varsity track athletes. With no com-
petition to be met until the Drake
relays, Coach Farrell has considered
it best to allow all his charges to
engage in a let-down from their train-
ing of the past two months.
The Drake relays, the next carni-
val in which Michigan will be repre-
sented, will not be staged for about
a month, and for this reason the cin-
der athletes will not do much active
or hard training for the next week
or more.
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The oratory came into play when
the three score-keepers disagreed at
the end of the game, two of them giv-
ing the game to the architects and
the other computing the score as a
tie. After checking up the three scores,'
and after the architects had made a
strong plea in their behalf, it was
found that the 18-16 tally was the of-
ficial one.
The game scheduled between the
J-laws and the soph engineers was
postponed to a later day of the week.
Last night's game put the archi-
tects up into the third place in the
league, and dragged the soph lits from
first place to a tie with the foresters
for that position. The percentages

of the teams follow:
Team
Soph lits............
Foresters ...... ......
Architects ............
Fresh dents.........
Fresh lits ..... ......
Junior laws ..........
Soph engineers......
Senior engineers .....

Batting practice was the big item
on the bill of fare dished up for the
the benefit of the Michigan baseball
team by Coach Lundgren yesterday
afternoon.
The coach did line up some of his
infielders toward the conclusion of the
drill for a short fielding practice, but
the bigger portion of the afternoon's
workout was confined to hitting. The
coach had Soddy, Miller, Ohlmacher,
Roberts and Robins pitching to the
batters.
When the coach started the infield
practice he placed Walterhouse at
short again, and some of the rooters
were speculating as to the possibility
of this lad filling in at short with
Brandell in the outfield. Although
there is considerable talk of Brandell's
going to the outfield in addition to the
player's expressed preference for the
gardens, still it seems hard to dis-
associate the idea of the peppery short-
stopper appearing anywhere except at
his old stamping ground.
Walterhouse was one of the heaviest
hitters on the yearling squad last sea-
son, and by virtue of his propensities
in the offensive department it seems
as though he should stand an excel-
lent chance of connecting somewhere,
possibly second or third if not at
short.

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Aspirants for the crown of the biggest
dubs have an edge on both the Var-
sity and All-Fresh track athletes in
one respect at least. In addition to'
the regular entry events of which any
common ordinary intercollegiate meet
boasts, the perspiring candidates for
laurels will have a chance to display
their wares in such feature events as
the standing high jump, the standing
broad jump, and chinning and dipping'
specialties. Speed merchants will be
entered in the extra leg race, or one
taken off-as is seen fit-for the au-
thorities have further broadened the
program by introducing a three-leg-
ged race. 'lhen the strongest of
strong men will be given a chance to
put Joe Stecher's leg hold of every-
one's thought, for are they not going
to attempt the prodigious task of
making themselves the masters of the
50-pound weight?
In honor of the various achieve-
ments which the dub artists are sched-
uled to show, they will be rewarded
with suitable prizes in the shape of-
but hold! Not of mother's make-
cakes, pies, apples-big red ones,-
doughnuts, cream puffs, candy, and
chewing gum, will refresh the worthy
ones after their labors. Furthermore
they will be distributed freely in or-
der that each and every honored dub
may not lack for food for his friends.
The main item of interest-the meet
itself will be started at 4:00 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, and the entry list
for the various events will be posted
this afternoon in the gymnasium.

Finals in the class relay series will
be run off in Waterman gymnasium
this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, the J-
lits and the fresh lits clashing for
the championship and the senior en-
gineers battling the pharmics for third
place. The championship race is ex-
pected to be a hummer, the teams being
evenly matched, but with the dope
giving the freshmen a slight edge.
The second race looks like a walk-
away for the pharmics.
The interclass pole vault, which was
postponed Saturday because the fresh-
men had taken the take-off block to
Detroit with them, will be put on at
4:15 o'clock, just before the relays.
There are four men entered in the
event, M. K. Mead,, '17E, R. F. Kohr,
'17E, C. S. Kirby, '17E, and J. H.
Hanger, '19. The engineers, even if
they win all three places in the vault,
will be unable to displace the fresh
lits from .their lead in the meet.
Former Wolverine Star Coaches Knox
Galesburg, Ill., Mar. 21.--Curtis G.
Redden, former University of Michigan
football star and one of the greatest
of the Maize and Blue players of years
ago, was engaged today to coach the
Knox College football team next fall.
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Dadmmin Replaces Gilnian at Harvard
Cambridge, Mass., March 21.-Harry
II. Dadmun, '17, of Arlington, Mass., is
the new captain of the Harvard Uni-
versity football team in place of .
A. Gilman of Honolulu, who recently
became ineligible through deficiency
in studies. Dadmun, who played right
guard last year, was a member of the
Tufts team in 1914, and under the col-
lege rule, next fall will be his third
and last season.

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