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TH-V MICHIGAN DAILY PAE '

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Even a King cat dctae what
you should like o not like
If it so happened t at 1 merearethnusandsand
Fatimas were crigina,' J r1usand; aL i:men who be-
"Made and blended for L-xY that F'hina is the
the King of Whariz"} - st sensible cigarette
would that fact prove that ,here is.
you were going to . ryFittimaayourself. ou
Fa ul Ofe 1s 4 men have-
it would itot tl. Vati- have iust the
A man'st ast e is h is :>w i. e o?. mc w'.u inst c ha Iyou've
A cigalette that m ti!-,. dtd- e1en iong i lrii.ia1grei I.
YOLuiplaly ijidth t Fatimias
Sgight someonicd potentate's 11ve the kird 01 ( imildnes s
palate would not necaes- which allINws you to sae
U ,1 i han youmiht
sarily please you. nP>l.rc'r.,1'ette>.
Ts r ls rs,,/jy e lea've 1ou may ihd that Fatinmas
Fatimas up to your taste. >u1r;fl Ii1 tif horesat i-
But there is somethia i 1oo ev1er 1if1re rloul in any
more than good taste that oherr eignrette.
is mighty importat t to yon. V1 ,n y your I rst package of
No ater how good at"" alnnd estt Ihem today.
tasting a cigarette may be
-it can. foiuly 1be the S N .
SIBL e: ;rarc tte for yu
.f it is comorrtabk', too.
Its pure tobacco must
ie cool and comfortablel
to yout throat at all times.
And it must leave you
feeling fine and fit at the=
endofahard-smokin g day.
Will 'it do all that?y mrFr
Then, it is the sensibley s
cigarette for YOU.
UFA/ nT I MAp 1
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DisintivlyIndviuI

FARRELL CHOOSES
TWO-!MMILlE EVNT
Wolverine Distance Team to Run in
Shorter Route; Personnel Not
Determined

D)ASHI MEN AND)'CROSS

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MICH I'GAN FA ,CES
KA~MAZOONIN
IN SECOND GAME
TEAMS WILL CLASH ON FERRY
FIELD AT 4:05 O'CLOCK
TODAY
ANDRUS SEEMS LIKELY HURLER
If Anderson Starts at Far Corner,
Caswell Will Be Shifted to
Initial Sack

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Nieniann, right field.
Dunne, catcher.
Labadle, left field.
11randell, center field.
Walterhouse, shortstop.
Caswell br Anderson, third base.
Smith or Eaton, second base.
Newell, first base.
Andrus, Miller or Robins,
pitcher.
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Hockotra, second base; Drigkker, cen-
ter field; Andrews, catcher; Fenner,
('onrad and Brown, pitchers.
The visitors will arrive this after-
noon ovet the Michigan Central at
2:42 o'clock.
MICHIGAN TEAMS GET
U S CHAMPIONSHIPS
. A. C., iarded Class "A 'Title;
" I Ylass ritle (Goes to
U. of f.
Final standings of all the teams
entered in intercollegiate rifle com-
petition have been received from
Washington, showing that the Uni-
versity of Michigan is the winner of
the special prize for the best score of
all non-military colleges with a score
of 12831 points.
The championship of class "C,"
composed of newer teams, was won by
Columbia university with a total of
12654 points. Because of the fact
that there is compulsory military
training at M. A. C., and notably com-
pulsory rifle practice, it would be dif-
ficult to draw any comparison between
Michigan and M. A. C. as far as scores
go. It is interesting to note that the
Wolverine squad bettered the score
made by the United States Naval
Academy by 29 points, giving Michi-
gan a prestige more than equal to
that of the sailor college.
The final standings of the intercol-
legiate competition for the past season
for "A" and "B" follow:
Winners
Championship of the United
States, M. A. C............... 12998
Class "B," and winner of special
prize for non-military college,
University of Michigan......12831
Class "C," Columbia University 12654
Class "A"

Coach Farrell has decided to enterj
his men in the two-mile relay at the
Penn contests, where the Michigan
team holds the pole, instead of in the
four-mile contest. The personnel of
the team has not yet been decided.
Trials will be held this afternoon to
determine who will run in this event.
In addition to the two-mile contest,
the coach will take along two sprint-
ers-Smith and O'Brien, a 440-yard
man, who will be chosen when the
trials are over this afternoon, and
"Cee" Cross. The weight man will
go into both the shot and the discus
events.
Simmons, the tall high jumper, will
not be able to take the trip. The first
day the sophomore took a shot at the
crossbar out of doors, he strained sev-
eral of the muscles just 'below his
knee. The leg has not responded to
treatment as it should, and "Vic" has
not been able to do any kind of leap-
ing since. Simmons had been doing
consistently around the 6-foot mark
before he sustained his injury, and
the chances are that he would have
eclipsed this mark ere this. The ex-
perience which the 1918 man would
have gained in a meet of the kind
which will be held the last two days
of this week would have been invalu-
able to him, but he is absolutely use-
less right now.
On Friday the medley relay will
be run at Philadelphia. The makeup
of this event consists of two 220-yard
men, one 440-yard man, and a half-
miler. Smith and O'Brien will rep-
resent the Maize and Blue in the
sprints, with the quartermiler and the
830-yard man yet to be picked. The
quartermiler will be the one who wins
in the trials this afternoon, with Car-
roll the logacil choice in the longer
distance.
CLASS BASEBALL WILL BEGIN I
'I'OMORROW; PUBLISH SCHEDULE
Intercollege Manager "Jimmy" Thom-
as has announced that the class base-
ball tournament will open tomorrow
afternoon at 4:00 o'clouk.
The schedule for Thursday is as
follows:
Senior it-s vs. fresh lits; senior en-
gineers vs. fresh engineers; senior
laws vs. fresh laws.
The rest of the grfnes that will be
played this week are: Friday--Phar-
mics vs. architects; senior dents vs.
fresh dents; junior lits vs. soph lits.
Saturday-Junior engineers vs. soph
engineers; senior laws vs. junior laws;
fresh medics vs. soph-junior medics.
It may be necessary to change this
schedule to some extent but the man-
agement has stated that it will have
no effect on tomorrow's games, they
being played as per schedule. All the
games are scheduled to be played at
4:00 o'clock except Saturday games
which may be played at any hour
agreed upon by the managers of the
opposing teams, but any change o:
schedule agreed upon must be reported
either to "Rosy" Rowe or Manage
Thomas. .

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Clear Kalamazoo
xAthletic Status
Correspondent Points Out Difference
in the Fligibiltiy Re-r
quirements
The following is self-explanatory:
Sporting Editor, The Michigan Daily:t
In view of today's game between
the 'Varsity and Kalamazoo College,'
I wish to correct an error that the The,
Daily made last year and which the#
state papers make continually..
Michigan plays Kalamazoo Collegel
today. This is not the same team
which defeated us last year through
the work of the star Koob. The Kala-
mazoo Normal, on whose team Koob
pitched last year, plays us later in the
eason. Last year, before the Kalamazoo
Normal game, The Daily reviewed the
record of the supposed athletic rela-
tions between the two schools, dating
back into the '90's. The record was
that of Kalamazoo College and Michi-
gan. Kalamazoo Normal has been in
existence only about 12 years.
Kalamazoo College is a college.
Kalamazoo Normal is a normal school
like the Ypsilanti Normal. Another
point of difference between them is.
that the teams representing the col-
lege are on an amateur basis. The
scholastic requirements are even
higher than they are here at Michi-
gan, if that is possible. Every athlete
must not only have passed 12 hours of
the previous semester's work, but
must be up to scratch in 12 hours of
his current work. The Normal, on the
other hand, has no eligibility rules
whatever. Athletics are candidly used
as an advertising medium. Koob had
at least a year's experience in the
Southern Michigan league before he
ever wore a Kalamazoo Normal uni-
form. Cookinham, who will. pitch
against us later in the season when
Kalamazoo Normal plays here, has had
exnerience both in the Southern Michi-
gan and Western leagues. Bippes,
the present Normal shortstop, has
played at least two seasons in the

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Southern Michigan league. These con-
ditions are a matter of common knowl-
edge to everyone well informed in state
athletics and to some people on the
campus. It is only fair to the 'Var-
sity that the student fans know the
nature of the competition it will be
up against when it meets Kalamazoo
Normal later on.

Please call attention, through your
columns, to the fact that we will play
two teams from Kalamazoo this sea-
son; that our 'Varsity meets Kala-
mazoo College today, not Kalamazoo
Normal; and that, win or lose, this
team will be upon its merits as the
bonafide representative of a college of
high standing.
D. C. R.. '17-'19M.
ANNOUNCE TENTATIVE LINEUP
OF 3fc(GiNNIS' YEARLING NINE
Coach McGinnis gave his yearling
baseball nine one of the snappiest
workouts of the season, yesterday,
when he lined up two pretty evenly
matched teams in one of the first
practice games of the season.
"Mac" has a wealth of infield mate-
rial this year and ought to develop
some pretty good defensive work for
the Albion game of next Saturday. Un-
less the present outfield shows better
batting ability, some of the infielders
may be shifted to the garden to
strengthen the offense. The yearling
The tentative personnel of the squad
follows:
Catchers-Morrison, Hammond, Mar-
cinkiwrez; pitchers-Turner, Glen,
Parks, Cardinal, Saunders; 1st base-
tooper, Smith; 2nd base-Labadie,,
Middleditch; 3rd base-Adams, King,
Higgins; shortstop-Dancer, Horwitz;
Outfield - Kirchgessner, Saunders,
Hall.
The above positions are by no means
final, and there may be much shift-
ing before Saturday's game.
pitching staff looks fairly gogd, five
men being still in the running.
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Indiana -Eleven Wants Spring Contest
Bloomington, Ind., April 25.-Coach
E. O. Stiehm of the Indiana university
football team, hopes to stage a practice
football game this spring providing
he is able to make -the necessary ar-
rangements with some other school
which is holding spring football prac-
tice. If this game can be arranged it
will assist the coach greatly in get-
ting a line on his new recruits. It
will also give them a chance to have
some real practice in a game before
next season.
FORMER MICHIGAN INSTRUCTOR
GETS APPOINTMENT AT YALE1
1-I. G. Hayes, Ch. D. '14, who was an
instructor in economics at Michigan
for two years and has been on the
economics faculty of the University of
Minnesota, has accepted an appoint;
ment as assistant professor in eco-
nomics at Yale. The appointment
takes effect immediately.
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Michigan will- present the above
battle front for today's game against
Kalamazoo college, the weather man
willing that the struggle take place.
This gentleman (courtesy alone de-
crees that he be designated as such)
has, been rather perverse of late, but
Coach Lundgren has issued an ulti-
matum threatening dire things if the
intermittent drizzles of the past few
day aren't summarily checked.
If Anderson starts the contest atf
third, Caswell will probably be shift-
ed over to first base. Michigan's pitch-
ing selection is somewhat uncertain
although the coach stated last night
that if Andrus warms up well this
afternoon he will receive the call.
The Kalamazoo team that is booked
for appearance today isn't the same
aggregation that turned up last spring
with the formidable Mr. Koob in their
midst. The little port sider used to!
pastime with Kalamazoo Normal andl
Michigan faces Kalamazoo College to-
day. "D. C. R." has sprung to The
Daily's assistance on this point and
those who are hazy on the matter are
respectfully referred to page three for
further enlightenment.
The coach has been using Eaton
and Smith alternately at second, and if
things move well and events transpirei
as they should out on Ferry Field
after 4:00 o'clock the chances are that

M. A. C....................
Washington State ............
Norwich....................
Massachusetts Aggies .........
Cornell . ................
W. Virginia University.......
Iowa State .:...............
U. S. Naval Academy........
University of Pennsylvania ...
University of Vermont ........
University of Illinois .........
University of California ......
N Georgia Aggies ............
! Minnesota University .........
Class "B"
University of Michigan .......
Notre Dame ................ .
Princeton.................

12998
12997
12996
12963
12921
12909
12873
12802
12790
12777
12757
12654
12631
12522
12831
12825
12749
12734
12675
12663
12643
12628
12588
12489
12121
11682
11505 t

both boys will receive a trial at the University of Maine ............
keystone corner. University of Idaho ..........
Today's game will be called at 4:05 University of Nebraska .. ... .
o'clock as is the custom with the mid- University of Wisconsin......
week 'Varsity contests of all descrip- i Yale University ...............
tions. Worcester Polytechnic.......
Kalamazoo will lineup as follows: Mississippi Aggies . .!........
Brandstetter, third base; Preston, Oklahoma Aggies ............
right field;; Coughlin, first base; Mac- Kansas State Aggies ..........
Gregor, shortstop; Taylor, left field; University of Arizona.........

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