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COACH SHAKES UP
INFIELD FOR GAME
Tho)ms Starts at Third Against Ypsi;
Caswell Plays First With
Larson on Second
ANDERSON BREAKS BONE IN LEG

SENIORS ATTENTION!
WE are now taking the measures of all
the members of the 1916 classes for
caps and gowns. QLThe most conbeniently
located place on the campus.
Henry &Company
713-715 North University Avenue.

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ienuan, right field.
Thomas, third base.
Labadie, left field.
Brandell, center field.
Walterhoise, short stop.
Caswell, first base.
Larson, second base.
unne or Boeahm, catcher.
pitchr. ,Giriho lbis

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Coach Lundgren has made several
shifts in his infield for today's game
against Ypsilanti Normal.
"Tommy" Thomas has removed his
scholastic difficulties and the coach
will start him at third base. Caswell
will go over to first, with Larson sta-
tioned at second.
Dunne or Roehm will appear be-
hind the plate. "Rummy" caught a.
first-class game Saturday afternoon
against Case and his performance
pleased the coach, so that unless
"Morry" is in good condition he will
do the backstopping today. Dunne
has been troubled with a bad ankle
for the past week but he is recover-
ing.
Andrus, Galbraith or Joe Robins
will start the game, and if Michigan
piles up an early lead, the chances
are that two and perhaps all three
of them will receive a trial.
Anderson was injured in Saturday's
game, breaking one of the bones in
his leg. The third sacker's injury
occurred when he stepped on a pop
bottle while chasing a foul ball. The
athletic association has already re-
quested students to refrain from
throwing pop bottles onto the field
and a second request is issued.
Today's game will be called at 4:05
O'clock.
TEAR DOWN EASTERN SECTION
OF GYM ROOF AND EAST WALL

'SISLER DAY' PROVES
POPULA ( A T MICHIGAN
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Although the tickets for the Sisler Day baseball game in Detroit
Friday did not reach Ann Arbor yesterday, over half a hundred appli-
cations were received at Cushing's drug store, showing the interest.
that the movement has aroused on the campus.
The Detroit management stated that the pasteboards were mailed
yesterday morning so that they will probably reach Ann Arbor early
today. Applications were filed by the majority of those who tried
to buy seats yesterday, and tickets will be held for these men who
will have first call. In case they do not come today, students will be
permitted to continue leaving their names at Cushing's and seats
will be held for them when the Michigan allotment comes.
A committee composed of Captain George Labadie, "Duke" Arentz
and "Dewey" Burrows has been appointed to look after affairs and
make the necessary arrangements. The committee stated yesterday
that it was desirous of having all who were planning upon attending
the game procure their tickets early so that those in charge will know
how many to accommodate on the special cars which will be char-
tered for the occasion.
The attendance committee in the Literary College stated yester-
day afternoon that all students were warned that absences from Fri.
day afternoon classes would be counted as usual.
It was announced late last night that in case 300 or more students
signified their intention of going to the game, a special train would
be chartered over the M. C., to leave Ann Arbor at 12:30 o'clock.
The round trip fare under these circumstances would be $1.00, and
the holder of the ticket could return on any regular train.
A subscription has been started at Cushing's to buy George a gold
watch, and a long list of signatures has already been appended.
Sisler has been playing sensational ball the last few days, getting
three hits on Saturday and three more on Sunday. One of the last
trio was a long three bagger.

SATUHDA'SRESULT
Considering the Competition-and Lack
of Good Training Weather,
Showing Was Fair
NOTRE DAE COMES SATURDAY
Coach Farrell was more consolable
yesterday, following the return of his
track proteges from the City of Broth-
erly Love than he was upon his return
from Des Moines the week before.
Under the kind of competition that
the Michigan cinder men ran into on
Friday and Saturday, the athletes did
well, taking all things into considera-
tion. There is no denying that the
weather in Ann Arbor so far this
spring has been decidedly against any
fast performances in track. The best
two days that Farrell could have util-
ized for his track squad were the last
two days of the past week, both of
which were spent by the men in Phila-
delphia. Taking this into considera-
tion, Smith's showing of Saturday was
very good.
The eight men who accompanied
j Farrell to the scene of activities in
the east, arrived home on Sunday aft-
ernoon. Together with the rest of the
squad, the Wolverines were out on
the field yesterday making the most of
the exceedingly raw day which the
weather man dished up for them.
With the Notre Dame dual meet
scheduled for Saturday, the coach is
going to get busy this week in order
that he can get his men into as good
condition as the brand of weather al-
lows.+
It is doubtful whether Simmons will
be in shape to do any capable jumping
this week. The big sophomore has had
on a suit but a few times during the
past three weeks, and eve'n if he is able
to jump in the meet with the Catho-
lics, "Vic" will probably fall far short
of his best form over the crossbar.
Another Wolverine from whom the
Michigan followers expect some count-
ers from the South Bend bunch is also
not in the best of shape. Since a
slight attack of pneumonia some time
ago, Cross has not regained the form
which he exhibited on the occasion
when he met the Catholic competitors
at South Bend last winter,

PROF. HERING TO*DELIVER
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE

Prof. Herman S.
will give a Christiz
in University hall
Thursdav night Pi

THETlrs CIGARETTE

The eastern section of the roof andlau"mr"t"
the east wall of Waterman gymnasium of the First Churc
are being torn down this week in prep- tftiBstn.h
aration for the construction of the new tist, in Boston. Th
addition to the building on that side. Christian Science c
The excavation between the wall andC.e
the East University avenue sidewalk to the public.
has been completed and molds will
shortly be erected for the foundation Aggies Fall Bef
of the new section. South Bend, Ind
On the west side of the building the Dame defeated the
excavation for the addition has been to 0 in a pitching d
commenced, and probably will be com- and Murphy.
pleted before the end of the week. Part
of the brick and cement for the con- Notre Dame .......
struction work is being unloaded, and M. A. C. .........
will be used as soon as the end walls Batteries: Murp
of the old gym have been torn out. Brown and Fuller.

Hering, of Boston,
ian Science lecture
at 8:00 o'clock
rofessor Hering is
oard of lectureship
;h of Christ, Scien-
e lecture, which is
of the Ann Arbor
hurch, will be free
ore Notre Dame
., May 1. - Notre
Michigan Aggies 2
uel between Brown
R. H. E.
........... 2 5 1
........... 0 5 3
phy and Keenan;

Cornell Beats Princeton, 1 to 0
Ithaca, N. Y., May 1.-Cornell de-
feated Princeton at baseball, 1 to 0,
as the result of the sterling pitching
of Bill Russell, who let the Tigers
down with two hits. He received air
tight support.
R. H. E
Cornell...................1 6 1
Princeton .................0 2 3
Batteries: Russell and Clary; Link
and Douglas.
Middies Outdistance Quaker Oarsmen
Annapolis, Md., May 1.-The Naval
Academy eight-oared crew defeated
the University of Pennsylvania oars-
men by two lengths in a race Satur-
day afternoon over the regular HIenley
distance of one mile, 550 yards. The
Middies' time was 7 minutes 10 sec-
onds. The Quakers' defeat came as a
distinct surprise to the critics, in view
of their last week's victory over Har-
vard.

JI' Ginnis Rounds
Fresh into Form
Adams Not Elected Captain by Team;,
Appointed to Act Until
Election
Coach McGinnis is rounding his
yearling nine into something that looks
like real mid-season form, and by the
time of the University of Detroit game,
slated for next Saturday morning, the
team ought to put up a real fight.
A correction should be made in re-
gard to the so-called "election" of a
captain for the freshman squad. Tom
Adams, reported to have been elected
to the position, was in reality asp-
pointed by the coach to fill this posi-
tion until the regular election, which
will occur in a week or two.
Pennsy Downs Eli in Ragged Game
New Haven, Conn., May 1.-Pennsyl-
vania defeated Yale Saturdayin a rag-
ged game 8 to 7. The Quakers drove
two Eli pitchers from the box in the
first two innings, but glaring errors
by the Red and Blue infield nearly off-
set the early advantage.
R. H. P.
Pennsylvania.............. 8 7 7
Yale ....... 7 6 4
Batteries: Swigler, Cromwell and
Gilmore; Walsh, Watrous, Garfield
and Munson.
For quick service, call 2255. tf

WfT GROUNDS HOLD UP PLAY
IN FRESH TENNIS TOURNAMENT
On account of the wet condition of
the courts yesterday, the results of
the second round of the freshman
tennis tournament will not be due un-
til Wednesday night. Contestants are
urged to get their matches played off
as soon as possible .as the first game
on the All-Fresh schedule takes place
Saturday at Toledo with the Scott
High School of that city.
California Helps Track Team by Tags
Berkeley, Cal., May 1.-The Univer-
sity of California track team will go
east. to participate in the Intercolle-
giate track meet at Harvard, and the
Western Conference meet at Evanston,
as a result of the tag sales yesterday.
Although complete returns have not
yet been received, it is estimated that
over $1000 was raised on the campus
alone. In addition $1500 is expected
from alumni sources, bringing the
total subscription close to the needed
$3000.
Arnstong Tutors Class Track M1en
"Bones" Armstrong has, at pres-
ent, under his supervision about a
dozen candidates for class track
teams. Postcards were sent out
some time ago to all men who had
signified an interest in class track
work, inviting them to practice and
as soon as the weather is favorable,
Armstrong expects to have his hands
full tutoring the prospective athletes
in their track ,work.

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