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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MULBETSCH LOOKS
FOR BIG GRID YEAR

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SENIORS ATTENTION!
W E are now taking the measures of all
the members of the 1916 classes for
caps and gowns. QL The most conbeniently
located place on the campus.
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yI P SSCALES AT i 1111ISEFY
A or v iewing the candidates for the
next Mihigan football team go
through their paces for two weeks.
Captain John laulbetsch expressed
himself as entirely satisfied with the
prospects and quite enthusiastic over
the Varsity's chances to wipe out the
memory of the last two years of de-
feat.
The Denion lDutchmnan has not
taken an active part in the workouts
himself but has devoted his time to
the coaching of the new men, and so
has had ample opportunity to watch
them play and to judge of their
merits. Such a statement coming from
him at this time makes the outlook
for a big fall season a whole lot
brighter.
Maulbetsch expects that Roy W.
Johnson, holder of the world's strong
man record, will aid the team decided-
ly as soon as he overcomes his nat-
ural awkwardnes, for the big boy
surely has the build, strength and
speed necessary to a successful grid-
iron career. In addition to Johnson,
Weiman and Peach, of the 1915 AI-
Fresh, give promise of being stars of
the first order, and it is expected that
they will appear at the ends of next
fall's eleven.
Weske, sub o4 the last team, is much
heavier and his playing form has de-
lighted the captain as much as it has
the coaches. With "Morrie" Dunne
and "Wally" Niemann also back,
Maulbetsch looks for the strongest
line that Michigan has had since the
days of "Brute" Pontius and "Bub.
bles" Patterson.
The backfield is not worrying Mauly,
for either "Jack" Dunn or Sparks is
capable of piloting the team, Smith is
an experienced fullback, and Ray-
mond, Sharpe and Snyder are three
mighty fine prospects for the captain's
running mate. Maulbetsch himself is
in fine shape and weighs close to 155,
which is several pounds more than he
weighed last fall. Since he is adding
to this every week, Michigan's All-
American back hopes to tip the scales
at 160 next fall, and this alone is
cause for much rejoicing. Altogether,
things are looking mighty bright to
Mauly.
Tri nure Gives .Dickinson Three Hits
Carlisle, Pa., April 28.-Dickinson
lost to Syracuse today in a loosely
played game by a score of 4 to 0.
Turnure, the Orange spitball artist,
hurled a wonderful game and held
Dickinson to three hits, two of which
were of the scratch variety.
R. H. E.
Syracuse ................... 4 7 1
Dickinson .................. 0 3 3
Batteries: Turnure and Travis;
Gloodhart, Vaughn, ana Chilcot.

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PHARMICS AND JUNIOR
LITS WIN CLASS GAMES
Senior and Fresh Dents Fail to Put
in Appearance; Four Games
for Today

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two of the three scheduled
in the opening round of the

Varsity

COONS LOST TO '
RACQUET SQ'UAD

COONS LOST TO teenis

class baseball series were staged yes-:
terday afternoon, the senior and fresh
dents failing to put in an appear-
an ce.
In the first game of the afternoon
the junior lits completely outclassed
the sophs of the same department, win-
ning by the overwhelming score of
14-2. Barrett twirled good ball for the
winners, allowing only five hits and
fanning eight men. McAllister pitch-
ed for the losers and was hit hard,
being touched for fifteen hits, several
of which were for extra bases.
The other game of the day was also
a one-sided affair, the pharmics win-
ning easily from the architects to
the tune of 9-4. Shields and Atkin-
son worked the former part of the
game for the winners and held the
architects to a lone hit. Breitfield re-
lieved the former in the third inning
and twirled no-hit ball for the re-
mainder of the game. Hughlet and
Rogers formed the architect battery
and yielded seven hits.
Four games are on the schedule for
today. They are as follows:
Senior laws vs. fresh laws (post-
poned from Thursday).
Junior engineers vs. soph engineers.
Senior laws vs. junior laws.
Fresh medics vs. soph-junior medics.
FRANK SOMIMERS TO SUCCEED
11kL 4N AS COACH Al' 13. A. C.
East Lansing, Mich, April 28. -
Frank Sommers, coach at Villa Nova
College, Pennsylvania, was picked
this afternoon to take charge of the
M. A. C. football team next fall, suc-
ceeding John F. Macklin, whose resig-
nation was accepted last week.
Sommers is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, where he
played a line position on the football
team . He coached successfully at
Mercersburg Academy before coming
to Villa Nova.

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beaves for Toledo Trip Today
with five Men on
Team
OF MEN NOT MADE FINAL

There has been a little upset in the
dope anent the personnel of the Var-
sity tennis team which will go to To-
ledo today to play the Toledo Tennis
chub there. Coons, one of the men who
bad practically cinched a place on
me trip squad is unfortunately out of
the running on account of scholastic
difficulties, a fact which changes the
possibilities in the prospective line-
up of the team.
As it stands now, the squad which
leaves will in all probability be com-
posed of the following men: Mack,
Switzer, Codd, Sherwood, Steketee
and Cohen. This list is by no means
the final choice of the squad.
Codd has been playing well, show-,
ing a fast, accurate game. He is ex-
pected to put up a strong game this
season, and according to all available
(lope should be a valuable man against
Toledo in the first match of the year.
t1imior Lit Win limling Tournamient
Coning from behind in the opening
of the class bowling tournament, the
junior lits have established their claim
to first honors in the event, largely
by consistent team work. The final
results of the series leave the four
qualifying teams in the following posi-
tions: Junior lits 833; junior dents
444; senior dents 388; senior engi-
neers 277.
Several records were set during the
tournament, Schmidt of the junior lits
setting a mark of 267 in the one game
individual bowl. Light of the senior
dents established a mark of 642 in the
three-game individual bowl. The junior
lits also took high place in the one
game team bowl with a record of
993, and topped off their success by
hanging up a new mar or 2789 in
the three game team bowl.
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MOISIDES UPSETS DOPE
AND DEFEATS" KERWINE
lleavyweight Wins Title After Four
Minutes of Rushing
Tacties
Starting with a rush, Moisides com-
pletely upset the dope by winning from
Kerwine in the last match of the
finals of the wrestling tournament held
yesterday afternoon in Waterman gym.
It took the winner just four minutes
to establish his claim to the title in
the heavyweight class. In contrast
to the rather lethargic movements
of the champion while on the street,
he yesterday displayed some of the
fastest footwork seen on the mat dur-
ing this year's tournament. Leaving
his eorner at the crack of the -gong,
his first move was to grasp Kerwine
about the middle and, lifting him
clear of the floor, dropped him to the
mat. These tactics were followed all
the way until finally securing a tem-
porary advantage in the form of a
chancery on the neck, he slipped from
this to a headlock and an arm lock,
and although Kerwine bridged and see-
sawed back and forth several times,
the superior weight of the Winner
triumphed in the end.
O. S. Westerman, boxing instructor,
acted as referee of the contest, and
"TC'ony" Amtsbuechler, middleweight
champion, together with Peach, All-
Fresh football star, were the judges.
"Bob" Watson held the watch. The
champion will receive a cup and his
numerals.
ENGINEERS PLAN CANE DAY
Senior Boilermakers Start "Cane Car-
rying~ Campaign" Monday.
A "Cane Carr*ying Campaign" has
been entered upon by the senior en-
gineers, who have decided to appear
on the campus next Monday wearing
their canes to classes. The boiler-
makers sticks are slender, straight-
handled pieces of mahogany, and sil-
ver-mounted
The committee in charge of the pur-
chasing of the canes has announced
that the canes have arrived at Wag-
ner's and that they may be obtained
at any hour today.
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TWO MIE TEAM IN HDPES4,
TO SETRELAY RECORD
Seek to IMake Up for Defeat inI the
Medley Race by Fast Time in
Long Event
Philadelphia, Pa., April 29.--Hav-
ing been badly defeated in the medley
relay race this afternoon, the Michi-
gan track men are now to-oking for-
ward toward the two-mile relay Sat-1
urday afternoon, bound not only to
make a good showing but to make
such a showing as will wipe out the
sting of yesterday's defeat.
iery mean is in the pink of condi-
tion and is exceedingly hopeful. The
proapect of a new world's record was
brought home to them last Wednesday
when Murphy ran his half in close to
two minutes. This time for "Cap",
together with the time the others are
uapable of making brings the record
well within reach.
Carroll did not suffer from his
race today, and will be ready to run
as anchor man tomorrow afternoon.
MurphLY is expected to start off, Don-
eclly, i fer and Carroll following in
oropr.
Grand Rapids Fditor to Speak h~ere
AtunEncemlit has been rade that
Mr. Arthur XV. Stace, managing editor
of the iranid Rapids Press will de-
liver a lecture Monday - afternoon at
3:00 c' cock in room 22 West hall
on the unbjoect, "What th < Press Ex-
pects Fm am Its Staff Members." Al-
though ' s lecture is prinmrily in-
tended fo - those desiring to enter the
journaislis c field, all others who are
interested in modern newspaper re-
quire>>ems are cordially invited to at-'
tend, '

HOLD FIRST ROUND MATCHES
1' (,S1'.Tennis Tournament Will ]Ie
Continued Today
All but two of the first round
matches in the All-Fresh tennis tour-
nament have been played off, the dry
weather of the last two days giving
the yearling racket-wielders their first
chance to get on the courts. Play in
the second round begins today and all
s'ores must be in by Monday night.
Results of the first round:
Knoche d. Barnhart, 6-0, 6-1.
llorland d. Esteves, 6-3, 6-1.
Rash d. Ferris, 6-2, 6-2.
Mason d. Carey, 6-1, 6-2.
Ray d. Berkowitz, 6-1, 6-0.
Hoefeld d. Craig, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4.
Hart d. McClintock, 4-6, 8-6, 12-10.
Kemble d. Mitchell, 6-4, 6-3.
Strouse d. Howard, 6-1, 6-0.
Steketee d. L. Goldsmith, 6-0, 6-0.
Hicks d. Grenberger, 6-0, 6-1.
Shields d. Hyman, default.
R. Goldsmith d. C. Rowley, 6-3, 6-2.
Miller d. Amberg, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2.
Sullivan d. Thomas, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5.
Morton d. Dorrace, 6-4, 7-5.
i IDEAL WINDS BRING FOrTmL
FIRST SAIBOAT OF SE ASON
Thursdays brisk wind brought out
the first of the sailing yachts on the
Huron River, when "Seud," owned by
Albert F. Wakefield, '18, with D. T.
Mosieries as coxswain, was let loose
from her moorings and turned out
into the breeze. The weather of the
last few days has been ideal for sail-
ing, and has induced many canoe own-
ers to taut out sails also.
Three other sailing yachts will soon
be added to the list and it is hoped
that other sailing craft will be added
to the fleet before the regatta on June
9, which will include several events

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