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of Season; Turner and
AiLBION M0UNDSNA- S T IN G
\Vinping a closely fought contest
with Albion college yesterday, the
All-Fresh nine opened the season in
fine shape, showing their big brothers
on the Varsity nine some real baseball.
The gane was called at the end of
the seventh inning, when the score
stood 2-0 in favor of the yearlings, to
allow the Varsity-Case game to start
on scheduled time.
The freshmen appear to have an
air-tight infield this year, and the
men were working well yesterday.
Turner, hurling for the freshmen,
started in rather poor form, walking
three men in succession, but he tight-
ened up and, with the aid of a well-
executed infield play, kept the slate
clean. In the following innings he
pitched a very creditable brand of
ball. Stedman, on the mound for the
Albion aggregation, allowed six scat-
tered hits, holding the freshmen down
to two runs.
On the offensive side of the game,
Turner and Dancer proved individual
stars, garnering the two runs made
on hits. tall, playing rightfield for
the yearling squad, made two hits,
taking the high batting average title.
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SEVERAL CLASS GAMES
POSTPONED LAST WEEK
Only Two of
Four Contests Scheduled
Were Staged; Senior
Win from J-Laws
Middleditch, 2b 4
Dancer, ss ... 2
Adams, 3b ... 3
Kirchg'sner, cf 3
Hall, rf .......2
Horwitz, rf ... 1
Cooper, lb ... 3
Morrison, c .. 2
Saunders, if .. 3
Turner, p .... 3
The close of the first week in the
class baseball. tournament witnesses
the postponement of several scheduled
games, which means that the schedule
will be considerably filled up from now
But two of the four billed for yes-
terday were staged, the fresh law
game being put over until Wednesday
of this week owing to the tilt previous-
ly booked between the seniors and
juniors of that department, the former
deciding that two games in one day
would be a little too strenuous so
early in the season. The failure of the
fresh and soph-junior medics to ap-
pear in sufficient numbers necessitated
the postponement of their game to a
The senior laws had little trouble,
in downing the juniors of the same
college by the very decisive score of
15-5. "Tom" McNamara and McCall
divided honors in pitching for the win-
ners, the former Varsity man having
little trouble in disposing of his oppo-
nents about as fast as they could travel
to the plate. The first inning was
crammed full of excitement for the
senior group, that organization piling
up a heavy lead of six runs in this
frame, after which the twirlers loafed
for the most part and allowed the
juniors to secure their total of five
runs. McCall also pitched good ball
for the winning team, holding the
junior class safe for the remainder
of the game. "Chief" Battles twirled'
for the losers and was hit hard, sev-
eral of the seniors batting .500 or more
for the day.
The schedule for tomorrow is as fol-
Senior lits vs soph lits.
Senior engineers vs soph engineers.
Junior laws vs fresh laws.
Look over the Michigan Daily Ad-
vertisements. They will interest
NEW UNIVERSITY CATALOGUE
SHOWS GAIN IN REGISTRATIo
Official figures published in the 191
16 catalogue of the university whi
has just appeared, place the enro
ment for this year at 6,284 and of t
last summer session at 1,678, maki,
a grand total of 7,962. The total e
ceeds last year's enrollment by 357
The literary college leads the re
with an enrollment of 2,995. The e
gineering college comes next wi
1,403 engineers and 168 architects
The law school has 452, the medic
school 323, the college of pharma
126, the homeopathic medical schc
54, the college of dental surgery 2
and the graduate, school 357.
The state of Michigan sends 4,188
the students here. Ohio is next wi
574. Foreign countries contribute D
students with the Chinese republ
leading the world with 48 represe
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TOM ADAMS ELECTED CAPTAIN
J-ENGWNEERS WIN EASY VICTORY
OF FREShMAN BASEBALL TEAM OVER SOPH TEAM, SCORE 16.6
Tom Adams, third baseman on the The J-engineers had but little
All-Fresh baseball team, was elected I trouble in defeating the sophs of the
captain of the yearling squad yester- same department in their first game of
day afternoon. Adams has been play- the class season, the final score stand-
ing a stellar article of ball for the ing 16 to 6 with them in possesion of
first yrr the business-like end of the count.
frtyear men during t he practiceI The upper classmnen won through
Jousts this ,past week on Ferry Field,- merit, othitting their opponents and
and his work in yesterday's combat giving their twirler better support
with.Albion was of the same char- than was accorded the moundsman for
acter. the sopbgs. The score by innings:
At a meeting of the yearling track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R. H.
squad yesterday afternoon, W. A. J. J-eng. .. 1 2 3 2 0 3 5-16 13
Fox, '19, was elected captain of the Soph eng. 2 0 0 0 3 0 0-- 6 8
All-Fresh track team. The yearling Batteries: Cartwright and Moore;
leader is a middle distance runner and Brown and Ballard.
is one of Coach Farrell's most con--
scientious workers. In the dual meet Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
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ANN ARBOR MAY FESTIVAL
Sttdman, p. 3
C rosthwaite, if 3
Totals .... 23 0 2 2 1 18 8 2
MAV 17, 18, 19, 20
Score by innings:
Fresh ....... 0 0
SOLOISTS-Hempel and Hinkle, Sopranos; Braslau and Matzenauer, Contraltos; Kingston and
McCormack, Tenors; Amato and Werrenrath, Baritones; Holmquist, Bass; Kinder, Organist.
CONDUCTORS-Stanley and Stock.
ORGANIZATIONS-The Choral Union, Children's Chorus, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
CHORAL WORKS-Paradise Lost (Bossi), Children at Bethlehem (Pierne) and Samson and
Intercollegiate "Drys" Elect Officers
Michigan chapter of the Intercolle-
giate Prohibition association will meet
at Newberry hall at 9:30 o'clock this
morning for the purpose of electing
officers for next year. All members of
the society are requested to be pres-
ent at that time.
COURSE TICKETS-On sale up to May 6, at $4.00
cover coupon is exchanged.
SINGLE CONCERT TICKETS-On sale on and after
Special announcements with programs and complete information
and $5.oo each!. ($i.oo and $2.oo if
May 8, at $i.oo and $i 5o each.
will be mailed upon request.
CHARLES A. SINT. Secretary,
SISLE R DAY PLANNED
A GEORGE SISLER DAY HAS IWEN PLANNED FOR MICIII-
NEXT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, A SECTION WILL BE RE-
SERVED FOR MICHIGAN MEN AT NAVIN FIELD IN DETROIT
DIRECTLY BEHIND THE ST. LOUIS BENCh. TICK ETS WILL BE
PLACED ON SALE AT CUSHING'S DRUG STORE AS SOON AS
THEY REACH ANN ARBOR, AN!) THE COMMITTEE IN CHARGE
OF THE AFFAIR IS ANXIOUS TifAT EVERY STUDENT WHO.
INTENDS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY TO
SEE GEORGE PLAY WILL PLACE 1IS ORDER EARLY SO
THAT ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MAI)E FOR TRANSPORTA-
TION. SPECIAL CARS WILL ME CHARTERED AND WILL BE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE USE OF THE IICIIGAN DELEGA-
GEORGE 'SISLER IS PROBABLY THIE MOST POPULAR BASE-
BALL PLAYER THAT HAS EVER WORN A MIClIIGAN UNI-
FORM AND HIS SENSATIONAL P1ERFORMANCES ON THE
DIAMOND DURING HIS COLLEGE CAREER ARE WELL KNOWN
TO EVERYONE AND NEED NO RECOUNTING.
SISLER HAS BEEN PLAYING SENSATIONAL BALL EVER
SINCE HE BROKE INTO THE MAJOR LEAGUES AND HE IS
NOW BATTING THIRD IN TIlE ST. LOUIS LINEUP. AL-
THOUGH HE HAS BEEN PLAYING FIRST BASE FOR ST.
LOUIS, THERE IS A POSSIBILITY THAT HE MAY PITCH,
IF MANAGER JONES OF THE BROWNS CAN BE PERSUAD)ED
TO PLACE HIM IN THE BOX FOR THIS OCCASION. . IT IS
IMPERATIVE THAT EVERYONE WHO IS PLANNING UPON
ATTENDING THE GAME SECURE HIS TICKET AT CUSH-
ING'S AT ONCE SO THAT THE PROPER ARRANGEMENTS CAN
BE MADE. FURTHER DETAILS WILL BE GIVEN IN TUES-
DAY'S MICHIGAN DAILY.
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