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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sport Coats, Hats, Caps-and Furnishings
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BA0SEBALL SQUAD
.,AIDRHSOUTDOORS
Practice Slow Because of Soggy Con-
dition of Ferry Field; Batters
Get Drill

FRESH LITS BEAT
ARCHSFO.R TITLE
v i3rlings Win Basketbal lChan pin-
iship in Fastest Game -f Year;
Score 31-25.

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Bicycles
Sundries
Repairing'

Coach Lundgren said yester-
day afternoon that the following
men have places on the Varsity
baseball squad. All others are
requested not to report until af-
ter spring vacation:
Pitchers-Gibbs, Miller, Rob-
ins, Ohlmacher, Roberts, An-
drus, McNamara, Valter Nie-
mann, Stuart,
Catchers -- Roehm, Arentz,
Dunne.
First Base--Newell, Wehmey-
er.
Second Base-Caswell, Smith.
Bialosky, Anderson.
Third base-Warner, I-arring-
ton, Eaton, Baribeau, Reem.
Shortstop-Thomas, Walter-
house, Larson.
Outfield-Captain Labadie, Ip-
pell, William Niemann, Johins,
Brandell, Taylor.

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For the second time in the history
of athletics at Michigan, the freshmen
of the literary college won the cham-
pionship of the campus in the basket-
ball tourney which ended last night,
defeating the architects to the tune of
31-25 in the fastest game of the year.
Contrary to the usual elimination
contests, the game of last night settled
decisively the championship title, for
both teams had an equal number of
forfeit games to their credit, and ac-
cording to critics' of the game, they
were by far the most evenly matched
teams in the league. At the end of the
first half, the score stood 16-12 in fav-
or of the lits, though the architects
seemed confident of "coming back" in
the traditional style in the second
period, but the long practice sessions
the lits have been holding of late stood
to their credit. McClintock, of the
winning five, starred with a total in-
dividual score of 13 points, and Hic-
key, the fast architect captain proved
the stellar unit of his team, netting a
total of 10 points. Last night's game
proved the cleanest contest of the
year, a smaller number of personal
fouls being awarded than in any pre-
ceeding game.
Both the championship team and
the runner-up will receive athletic
association numerals as awards for
the brand of play they have displayed
this year, and the other two teams re-
maining in the big four, the foresters
and the soph lits, will receive numer-
als from their classes.
The summary of the game follows:
Architects (25) Fresh lits (31)

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TENNIS PRACTICE COMWrNCES
Varsity Candidates Get Under Way on
Ferry Field Cement Court
Tennis practice began yesterday and
Thursday for the Varsity team when
Captain Crawford, Mack and Switzer of
last year's team, and Sherwood of the
last All-Fresh aggregation turned out
on the cement court on Ferry Field
and engaged in a little preliminary
workout. Nothing along strenuous
lines was attempted, the men content-
ing themselves with getting acquainted.
with the sphere and their racquets.
This is earlier than the team has
been able to get out in any previous
year. Regular practice will begin I
after the spring vacation, in prepara-
tion for the annual eastern trip, which,

is slated to start May 13, although the
schedute has not been officially an-
nounced.
Syracuse Society Invites All-Stars
Syracuse, N. Y., Mar. 31.-Theta Tau
Upsilon, a senior society which has
charge of the athletic dinner which is
to be held April 15, is sending out let-
ters to the eleven members of Walter
Camp's All-American football team,
inviting them to attend the dinner as
guests of honor.
Princeton Wrestlers Elect Captain
Princeton, N. J., Mar. 31.-J. B. Wiss
has been elected captain of the Prince-
ton wrestling team by unanimous vote
of the members 'of the team, managers
and coa'.h. Wiss wrestles in the 115-
pound class and has been a consistent
point winner all season.

Although conditions were far from
"mid-season," the, Michigan baseball.
squad nevertheless went through the
first outdoor practice of the season on,
south Ferry Field yesterday afternoon.
The ground was soggy and heavy,
and consequently the team was
slowed down appreciably. The bigger
part of the workout was spent in bat-
ting practice, although the coach con-
cluded with a fielding drill. The balls
became wet soon after going into use
and were heavy, thus making throw-
ing difficult.
Several of the members of the team
were hitting the ball right on the nose,
Harley Warner cracking a couple of
pretty safeties, while Brandell, "Bill"
Niemann and Newell all contributed a
couple of lusty wallops.
Bits of loose fielding were in evi-
dence, but in view of the conditions
and the fact that it was the first day
outside, things moved fairly satisfac-
torily. The outfielders had a real
workout for the first time this year.
Coach Lundgren stated yesterday
that today's practice would start at
2:00 o'clock instead of at 3:00 o'clock
as will be the case on week days. The
ground should be in better shape this
afternoon with the additional day's
time to dry, while by Monday it should
be in fairly presentable condition.
WRESTLING SEMI-FINALS TO.
BEGIN WITH DAY'S MATCHES
Semi-finals in the campus wrestling
tournament will begin at 3:00 o'clock
this afternoon, when Planck and Beach
will put on the curtain raiser of the
afternoon's program in Waterman
gym. Each bout will be a 10-minute
affair, as will Tuesday's matches,
which will complete the semi-finals.
The following men will compete to-
day: Planck vs. Beach; AmtsbuechlerJ
vs. Wacksman; Baker vs. Whitlow.

Where Endurance Counts
Many races are decided at the home stretch.
It is here that every ounce of reserve strength
is called into action and the man with the
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through with a win.
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Hammond
Cartwright
Hewlett
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L. F. Emery
C. Wieman
R. G. McClintock
L. G. Hanish
McClintock, 13; Hickey,
8; Hammond, 8; Cook, 6;
Wieman, 4; Cartwright, 2.

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Free throws: McClintock, 5 out of 8;
Hewlett, 3 out of 8; Emery, 2 out of 4.
Personal fouls: Hickey, 2; Kruger, 2;
C artwright, 2; Cook, 2; Wieman, 2;
Hammond, 1; Hewlett, 1; Emery, 1;
Hanish, 1. Referee: F. A. Rowe;
Score-keeper, P. C. Pack; Time-keep-
er, R. M. Woodward.
Lundgren Issues Cali for All-Fresh
Coach Lundgren has issued a call
for all candidates for the All-fresh
baseball nine to report at Waterman
gym this afternoon at 2:00O o'clock.
The practice will last for an hour and
a half. All men should report to Mc-
Ginnis at this time.
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Conservation of EnergM

What Electricity Means
;to ,.You in Your" Home

Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen

Electric Toasters
Make the finest toast for breakfast without any fuss or
trouble, and they are always ready.
Electric Heaters
Take the chill off the room, and do it quickly.
Why use a cold room when it can be easily avoided?
Electric Chafing Dishes
Are the very best things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other delicacies.
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Eastern Miehigan Division

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speedster. H. F. Gorton, No. 15, Sav-
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Huron streets, near Sleepy Hollow,
a gold signet ring. H. R. Waddell.
Phone 63. Reward $5. 31,a1,2
LOST-A small silver chain purse,
between Quarry's and Sorority house.
Reward for return to 1501 Wash-
tenaw. Sarah Stanley. api

Our Victor Record
Trial :Service
Has been a great benefit
To Many Victrola Owners!.
A trial of this service willconvinco you
G rinnell Bros. 116 S. Main St.
Call us up for information . Phone 1707

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Go to Switzer's Hardware. tu-fri-sat
We have a first class Tuner and
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Williams St.

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