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'HAL SMITH OUT
ON THE_WRPATH
Wolverine Track Leader Has Much to
Be Avenged for in Notre
Dame Clash
"VIC" SIMMONS OUT OF MEET
Captain Smith has joined the ranks
of "All Those Who Are Looking for
Revenge on Notre Dame." The rea-
son is this: One Bergman, a student
at Notre Dame, walloped "Hal" in the
40-yard dash when the Wolvdrine
team took its trip to South Bend last
February. The defeat is in some
measure excusable, as the captain is
better in the longer dashes than he is
at the 35- or 40-yard distance. But
"Hal" hasn't forgotten this.
Along with the fact that he finished
second to Bergman in the short dash,
"Hal" recalls another incident when-
ever the Catholic school is mentioned.
There is, at South Bend, a young man
named Hardy. This Hardy was in
the 220-yard event on that same night
in February. Furthermore he was
the person who, by his own efforts,
caused Smith to finish second inthe
captain's own favorite event. It is
for this reason that Smith is rumored
to have taken .,,membership in the
same order with "Joe" Ufer, and "Cap"
Murphy.
Farrell let the team down with an
easy workout yesterday, as some of
the boys were not feeling in the best
of shape, and the coach is desirous of
taking no chances with them at the
eleventh hour.
Simmons was out again yesterday,
but. found that he was unable to do
any jumping without his injured leg
feelingbadly. After the track mentor
saw the sophomore going through a
workout, he decided that there was
no use of "Vic" taking chances of
crippling himself for the rest of the
season. Consequently Simmons will
not take part in tomorrow's festivi-
ties.
PLUVIUS STOPS FRESH TENNIS
Team to Go to Toledo Saturday Will
Be Selected
Due to the contrariness of old "Jup"
Ptuvius, it was again necessary to
postpone the second round of the
freshman tennis tournament yester-
day, and the yearling racquet artists
will be given another day to get their
matches played off.
The frequent postponements on ac-
count of weather conditions during the
past two weeks have put the tourney
several days behind its schedule and
it will now be impossible to send the
four high men to Toledo Saturday,
as was originally planned. Instead,
the team to make the trip will be
picked by Manager Steketee and Cap-
tain Crawford of the Varsity team.
Look over the advertizements in
The Michigan Daily. They will in-
terest you. **

* * * * * * * * * * * *
* FRESHMAN "PEP" *
* _*
* With the outdoor season more
than two weeks gone, Coach *
* Farrell finds himself in sore *
* need of material for his All- *
Fresh track team. *
* During the two weeks which *
* have elapsed since the end of *
* the spring vacation, the coach *
* has seen but one athlete work- *
* ing out on Ferry Field in the *
weight events-shot, discus, and *
hammer-who is out for the All- *
* Fresh contingent which will *
* represent Michigan in the track *
* world this year. Furthermore, *
* the coach has not as yet seen *
* any first year men going through
his paces in the broad-jumping *
* pits, and only one man has been *
* doing regular pole-vaulting since *
* the freshmen got outdoors. *
* Men in all branches of track *
* -sports are needed by the coach *
" if' Michigan is to be properly *
* represented in its All-Fresh *
* meets. More sprinters and hurd- *
* lers are needed, and needed bad *
IV *
* But aside from the competi- *
* tion which the freshmen will *
* encounter this season, there *
* are bigger things which must *
* be thought of. With commence- *
ment day in June, many of the *
* present track stars will be lost *
* to Michigan.
* These vacant places must be
* filled, and most of the material
* to fill them must come from the
present freshmen class. *
* Out of a total aggregate of *
* probably 1,300 students, cannot *
* the present freshman class pro- *
* duce something in track for *
* Michiga * *
M'GINNIS SELECTS MEN
-TO FA CEDETROIT NINE
Opponents Show Their Caliber by De-
cisively Trimming Ypsilanti
Normal
Coach "Mac" McGinnis may shake
up his infield somewhat for Saturday
morning's game with the University
of Detroit nine, and judging from the
stiff practice sessions that the year-
ling ball tossers have been going
through lately, Saturday's game is
bound to show a great improvement in
the freshman brand of ball. Because
of the fact that the Detroit squad best-
ed the Ypsi nine by a 6-3 tally, and
also because the Varsity nine trimmed
the same team 5-1, the freshmen will
have to prove themselves of very
nearly equal caliber to their big
brothers on the Varsity nine in order
to trim Detroit.
The line-up for the University of
Detroit game follows:
Pitcher, Glen, Reekie, or Dorsey;
catcher, Morrison; first base, Adams or
Cooper; second base, Middleditch;
shortstop, Dancer; third base, Hig-
gins or Adams; left field, Saunders;
center field, Kirchgessner; right field,

JUNIOR ENINEER1S
COP CHAMPIONSHIP
Win Department Leadership by Defeat-
Ing Seniors in Handy
Style
MEDICS COMBINE IN NEW TEAM
In the sole interclass game of the
afternoon, the junior engineers yester-
day finished up the battle for first
honors in the boilermakers' depart-
ment by trimming the seniors of the
same college to the tune of 8 to 1.
Martin for the winners twirled good
ball, allowing only four hits, strik-
ing out 12, and fanning one man.
Moore did theareceiving and held up
his battery mate in good shape. Wild-
ness on the part of Gore, the senior
twirler, accounted for most of the ju-
nior tallies, the boxman passing 10
and being touched for 8 hits. Eight
men fell by the strikeout route.
Score by innings:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R.H.E.
Junior engs ..1 0 1 5 0 1 0-8 8 4
Senior engs ..1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 4 0
Batteries: Martin and Moore; Gore
and Wickham.
Owing to the failure of a sufficient
number of medics to appear for prac-
tice to make up two teams in this
department, as planned at the open-
ing of the tournament, the various
classes in the medical college have
combined, forming but one team. The
re-co'nstructed organization is booked
for. a double-header Saturday, the
pharmics and architects providing the
two attractions. T. H. Conklin, '19M,
has been elected manager of the new
outfit.
The schedule for today is as follows:
Soph lits vs. fresh lits.
Soph engineers vs. fresh engineers.
team Picked For
Mateh in Detroit:
Six Men to Make Trip, Comprising
the Same Squad Which Met .
Toledo
Following are the six men who will
make the trip with the Varsity tennis
team to Detroit tomorrow: Captain
Crawford, Mack, Switzer, Codd, Sher-
wood, and Steketee. If by any chance
any one of these men cannot accom-
pany the squad of invasion, Cohen will
be the man who will fill the vacancy
so left in the lineup.
This is the same team that played
against the Toledo Tennis club last
Saturday. All of the men put up a
strong fight, even though the Varsity
lost the match. Both Mack and
Switzer played an especially strong
game last week and both can be de-
pended upon to deliver the same brand
of tennis this week-end against De-
troit. Sherwood and Codd are valu-
able men to the squad and Captain
Crawford should be rounding into top
form by'the time of the match.
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Golf Results Not Complete as Yet
Results of the first day's play in the
qualifying round of the campus cham-
pionship golf tournament have not
been turned in as yet. It is probable
that they will not be ready for pub-
lication until tomorrow night, as the
round will last through today and to-
morrow as well.
I. and J. Man to Coach at Princeton
Princeton, N. J., May 4.-Robert
Cruickshank, former captain and cen-

ter of the Washington and Jefferson
team, has been engaged as line coachj
at Princeton. He enters Princeton
Theological school in the fall.
PURDUE BEATEN BY NOTRE
DAME IN 11-INNING TILTI
Lafayette, Ind., May 4.-After bat-
tling ten innings to a scoreless tie,
Purdue was scored upon for the first
time in 28 innings when Notre Dame
sent the winning run across in the

eleventh frame of a hard-fought strug-
gle yesterday. Edgren was invincible
at all times, but : one Boilermaker
reaching second base.
R.H.E.
Notre Dame.............1 7 1
Purdue...................0 2.6
Batteries - Edgren and Keenan;
Shrode and Walter.
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