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PROSPECTS BR IGH T IN
MATCH WITH PRINCETON
Dope Shows Michigan Has Edge on
Opponent in Rifle
With Cutting scoring 200, and Nich-
olson and Bateman tied for second
honors with 199 apiece, Michigan's,
match with Princeton this week should
prove little less than a walkaway for
the Wolverine gunners. The team has
been materially strengthened by the
addition of a new man, John B. Moody,
who finished in the team total for'
the week. Princeton has been shoot-
ing in rather poor form this season, and
range followers have, no fear that
Michigan will come out on the short+
end of the deal.
The score against. Princeton in de-
Cutting, 200; Bateman, 199; Nichol-
son, 199; Curtiss, 198; Moody, 196;
team total, 992.
Gives $12,000 Verdict for Plaintiff
After being out all night, the jury
in the damage suit of Leo Garvey, of
Detroit, against the D. J. & C. rail-
road, brought in a verdict of $12,000
for the plaintiff yesterday morning.
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Thursday, April 6
in a New Comedy Brimful
of Wholesome Fun
by Lee Wilson Dodd
From n a r r y Leon Wilson's
Widely-Read Story. Published in
the Saturday Evening Post
Direct From 6 Months at Cort
The Chicago Examiner Says:
"Au undebatable success."
BASEBALL MEN TO PLAY
ON FERRYFIELD TODAY
Squad to Make Outdoor Debut at 3:00
o'Clock if Weather Conditions
If it doesn't snow, rain or hail be-
tween now and the witching hour of
3:00 o'clock this afternoon, Coach Carl
Lundgren will tender a reception to
the members of the Michigan baseball
squad down on Ferry Field today.
This will be the first gathering on
the outdoor lot this season.dThe fol-
lowing men have been ordered to
Pitchers - Gibbs, Miller, Robins,
Ohlmacher, Roberts, Andrus, McNa-
mara, Niemann, Stuart.
Catchers-Roehm, Arentz, Dunne,
First base-Newell, Wehmeyer.
Second base-Caswell, Smith, Bia-
Third base-Warner, Reem, Harring-
ton, Eaton, Baribeau.
Shortstop - Thomas, Walterhouse,
Outfield-Labadie, Ippell, Niemann,
Johns, Brandell, Taylor.
The squad went through one of the
customary routine drills yesterday aft-
ernoon, but today is expected to see
the ancient and honorable pastime
staged in a proper environment and
Lundgren stated that all not offi-
cially on the squad who want to re-
port will be welcome.
MANY .AT CONTESTS ON CARD
One Week Left to Wrestle Off All
Lightweight-R. R. Baker vs. "Joe"
The bouts tomorrow will begin at
3:00 o'clock but those of Tuesday will
be held an hour later. Each match will
go to a 10-minute limit or until a
fall is secured.
FRESH BEAT FORESTERS
IN HOT BASKET SCRAP
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Yearling Lits Win Place
Round, While Soph Lits Beat
Fighting a wonderful last ditch
battle, the fresh lits last night earned
the right to meet the architects in to-
night's game for the campus basket-
ball championship, by taking the for-
esters into camp by a score of 18-17
in an overtime session. The game was
close all the way through, the count
standing 8-7 with the foresters on the
heavy end at the end of the first half.
At the beginning of the second pe-
riod, the woodsmen leaped to the front
and held their lead until the fresh-
men tied the count with four minutes
to play. A minute and a half later,
Case gave the foresters a two-point
lead, which was offset by Emery's
goal from the center of the floor 30
seconds before the whistle sounded.
Homer, forester captain, opened the
overtime period with two baskets in
rapid succession. The yearlings even-
ed up the score, but were passed again
as a result of a foul throw. With less
than a minute to play, Emery came
through with another sensational shot
from mid-floor, thereby corralling the
bacon for the freshmen.
The soph lits and the soph engineers,
playing for fourth place in the first
game of the evening, put up a rather
slow exhibition, the lits winning out
by a 20-12 score. The engineers were
never dangerous, their work being
marred by long passes and haphazard
shots. Miller and Boyd starred for
the lits, while Hough was the best of
Wednesday night's game was a vic-
tory for the architects instead of the
foresters, as announced in yesterday's
Daily, and the former will therefore
meet the fresh lits in the champion-
ship game tonight. Bleachers will be
erected in the gym and fifty seats will
be reserved for the university women.
The game starts at 7:30 o'clock.
Look over the da vertizements. They
will interest you. **
WHILE THE T HING IS ON YOUR MIND
Call up the Wife or Sweetheart and ask her to meet you for Lunch and find out if it is really so at
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE
With but one week left in which to
wrestle off all the mat"contests ,in the
semi-finals, followers of the sport will
be privileged to witness the largest
array of matches .ever crowded into
one week since the tournament start-
ed. Inability to get this round o er
before Tuesday will necessitate the
billing over of the finals on the first
Saturday after spring vacation.
The men who will compete tomor-
row afternoon are:
Middleweight-J. W. Planck vs. A. O.
Beach; T. E. Amtsbuechler vs. C. S.
Every day we see new faces-every day we cater to new and individual tastes-every day
we are getting better because every day we are learning and striving to improve
And every day I get more fun out of this job of serving You
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