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STAGE SET FOR RUNNING
PENN'S GREATEST RELAS

e Shifts in Lineup for
Vith Case; Outfield Will
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YOST ON FIELD UP
TO FINAL MINUTE
"et Every Man Out, Get Every Man
to Work and to Work Hard,"
Says "Hurry-Up"
EX-VARSITY MEN TAKE CHARGE
Varsity Coach Fielding H. Yost left
Ann Arbor yesterday, busy up to the
last few minutes of his stay, giving
instructions as to the conduct of the
squad during the remainder of the
spring training season. The Michigan
football mentor was on the field six
minutes before the train left the sta-
tion.
Most of what he said was in appre-
ciation of the spirit of the university
and the team, stating that the loyalty
of the student body and the university
in general was the thing to be appre-
ciated most and sought after. He
added that the main object now in view
is to "get every man -out, get every
man to work and to work hard" and
develop the old fighting spirit.
Assistant ,Coach Douglass paid a
visit to the field yesterday and looked
over the squad, leaving with Coach
Yost in the afternoon. The former
yearling mentor was also reticent con-
cerning prospects:° It is not likely
that he will return to Ann Arbor dur-
ing the training season.
The squad will be in charge of Cap-
tain Maulbetsch; Almendinger, and
other ex-Varsity men who will assist
in coaching for the remainder of the
time. "Bob" Watson will act as one
of the coaches, and it is expected that
ex-Captain Cochran will also aid the
training of the new men. Practice
will continue at least through Satur-
day.
CLASS GAMES GO TO THE SENIORS
Engineers Win, 10, Lits' Score, 6- In
Baseball League
Two of the three scheduled games
in the opening round of the class base-
ball tournament were played yester-
day afternoon, the senior engineers
taking the measure of their verdant
brothers to the tune of 1-0.
At the same time the senior lits
were dealing rather harshly with the
yearlings of that department, taking
the latter into camp by a score of 6-3.
The senior-fresh law game was post-
poned.
The schedule for today follows:
Pbarmics vs. architects.
Senior dents vs. fresh dents.
Junior lits vs. soph lits.
STAGE FINAL WRESTLING TILT
Kerwine and Noisides Decide Title in
heavyweights Today
The stage is all set for the long post-
poned match between the heavy-
weights Kerwine and Moisides in the
finals of the wrestling tournament,
this bout being billed for 3:00 o'clock
today.
This match is the only one on the

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Athletic Director Bartelme an-
'nounces that Michigan has scheduled
a game with Ypsilanti Normal for next
Tuesday afternoon. The teachersI
were denied the privilege of appear-
ing before a Michigan audience when
their contest of last week was post-
poled on account of rain, and this
affair has been arranged as a substi-
tute.t
Coach Lundgren had his squad backI
at routine practice yesterday after-
noon. Brockman was given a trial
at first base, and according to some
there is a possibility that he may
break into the lineup Saturday against
Case.t
Coach Lundgren refused to sayt
much about the proposition, but
Brockman was handling himself nicely,
and if he continues at his present ratel
he may start Saturday's game.
There is also a possibility of Cas-
well's coming over to cover first, leav-
ing third to Anderson. Smith will con-.
tinue at second for the present with
Walterhouse at short. The outfield
will, of course, stand intact, as all
three of the Michigan gardeners have
been displaying first class form.
The chances are that either Miller
or Andrus will open tomorrow's game
against Case. Neither of these boys
has yet appeared on Ferry Field in
a game, and the rooters are anxious to.
see how they look.-
YEARLING NINE READY FOR
ALB ION IN CURTAlN RAISER
--
Coach McGinnis' freshman baseball1
squad has been rounding into real
form the last few days, and the coach
is confident that a well-balanced nine
will face Albion in tomorrow's gape.
"'Mac" has the lineup pretty well in
mind, but will not miake the final se-
lection until this afternoon.
The All-Fresh-Albion game will take
place at 1:30 o'clock on Ferry Field
prior to the Varsity contest.-
harvard Defeats Bates; Score 11 to 3
Cambridge, Mass., April 27.-In a
slow and listless game, Harvard de-
feated Bates yesterday afternoon by
a .;core of 11 to 3. The Crimson played
errorless ball and got all the breaks.
R. H.E.
Harvard .. ..............11 10 0
Bates.................... 3 7 7
Batteries: Garrett, Cummings and
Harte, Safford; Harvey, Purvere and
Lord.
Braves and Yanks Contend for Malian
New York, April 27.--Eddie Mahan,
star Harvard pitcher and football
player, is being sought by the New
York Yankees, as well as by the Bos-1
ton Braves. Owners Ruppert and
Huston, of the Yankees, admitted to-E
day that they will make a bid for Ma-
han's services upon his graduation in

Philadelphia, Pa., April 27. - The
eyes of the track fans the country
over are tonight turned to the Penn
Relays, which will be held in this
city the last two days of the present
week.
This year's competition seems in
advance to be of the nature which will
undoubtedly eclipse anything of the
kind that the University of Pennsyl-
vania has tried to stage, aside from the
intercollegiates.
Many of the schools, especially the
eastern institutions, have already sent
their men here to get the jump on the
others, and these men were noticed to-
day to be acquainting themselves with
the conditions of the track. The west-
ern schools as a class have not as
yet made their arrival, but are ex-
pected tomorrow morning.
The chief event on the opening day's
program is the medley relay, sche-
duled for late Friday afternoon. Yale,
Harvard, Pennsylvania and Michigan
are picked from various sources to-
night as being the favorites for the
first honors in this event.
ELIGIBILITY BOARD FINDS
FRES1 BALL SQUAD ELIGIBLE
Candidates for the All-Fresh base-
ball team gathered in the offices of
the Athletic association last evening
to make their first appearance before
the eligibility committee of the Board
in Control of Athletics.
A report from the athletic author-
ities was to the effect that none of
the '25 freshmen who have been re-
tained on the baseball squad were cut
on account of eligibility rules at last
night's session.
Illinois hands Goose-Egg to Ohio State
Columbuis, 0., April 27.-Inability of
the Buckeye batters to connect with
Gunkel's spitter, especially when hits
would have meant runs, tells the story
of the defeat handed Ohio State by Il-
linois yesterday. Four scattered hits
were all the Scarlet and Gray could
garner from the westerner's delivery.
R. H. E.
ilinois..................3 6 2
1Ohio State ................. 0 4 4
Batteries: Gunkel and Bradley;
Wright and Jones.
Syracuse Iicks Men for Relay Teams
Syracuse, N. Y., April 27.-Eighteen

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program, but this will not detract
from the interest manifested in the
bout as Kerwine has successfully con-
quered all of his opponents so far
this year, while Moisides has not yet
been seen in active competition on
the gym mat.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
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'19 Track Men Elect Leader Tomorrowj
Coach Farrell and Track Manager'
Finkenstaedt have set tomorrow aft-
ernoon at 3:00 o'clock as the time for
the election of the 1919 track captain
in the Ferry Field club-house. All
men who made the trip to Detroit to
take part in the meet with the Detroit,
Y. M. C. A. are eligible to vote for
the candidates.

Pittsburg Loses to Syracuse, 7 to
Pittsburg, April 27.-The Syracus
university baseball team defeated th
University of Pittsburg team here ye
terday by a score of 7 to 2.
R. H.F
Syracuse........... . ... 7 11
Pittsburg.................2 8
Batteries: Slater and Morgan; Hai
I Langdon and Matson.
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good showing. Captain Curtis is get-
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