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ys Contribute to Victory
niversity of Detroit
epresentatives
MER EIGHT BINGLES
Pak pitcher, and conse-
hitting, combined in giv-
.Fresh baseball aggrega-
1 victory over the Univer-
>it nine yesterday morn-
s contest on Ferry field
I to be one of the year-
t fights, but the way in
handled the ball proved
f splendid calibre. Glen,
or the freshmen', allowed
ed hits, whereas the big
r, Marshke, permitted
number by' the freshmen.
played an important part
s victory, nine errors be-
up against the Detroiters.
of yesterday's game fol-

Hopes of Revenge
Quelled by Rain
Tnwo Hard Contests Booked for Com.
Ing Week; Kalamazoo and Cor-
nell Have Strong Teams
Rain prevented the Michigan-Syra-
cuse baseball game that was scheduled
for yesterday afternoon, and thus the
invaders leave the state with one vic-
tory and one defeat to their credit.
The Orangemen dropped Friday's
game to M. A. C. by the same score
that they won from Michigan, 3 to 0.
Michigan has two games booked for
this week, one on Wednesday against
Kalamazoo Normal and one with Cor-
nell on Saturday. Kalamazoo has a
strong team and one that will prob-
ably provide lots of trouble, and the
same stands for Cornell.
Pontius to Take
Charge of Work
lVill Meet All Candidates for Spring
Football Practice at 3:00
o'Clock Monday
Football Manager John C. Robbins
announced yesterday afternoon that
Assistant Coach Miller Pontius would
take charge of spring football prac-
tice the first few days of this week.
Robbins stated that all candidates
for the team would be expected to
meet "Brute" at, the field at 3:00
o'clock Monday afternoon.
Fresh Tennis lien
Win from Toledo
Break Even in Singles, but Easily
Take. Both Sets in Doubles
of Match

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ALL CLASS BASEBALL Al li Ifl11111111
T PE You will always find here
I il lyed Gaines In Openig Round
Mustf h Staged by End of
Present WeekIs of
Owing to the heavy rain yesterday:
all g:mnes in the class baseball tourna-
me nt scheduled for that occasion had
to be postponed until a later date.
Manager Thonas, however, announced h Low Shoes for Sp
last night that all unplayed games in ! nd Reasonable Prices S
the opening round of the series must)= a d umer w
lie staged before the end of the pres-
tint week. 1
Teie egad of the second week of the.
tournament Finds two departmental
championships already decided, the 1___occasions
junior engineers holding down first
place in their college with three vic- Estabiished t855
tories and no defeats, leaving the se- E id
nior and soph engineers to battle for I
second position. In tielwdvso
hend l:or divisn HENRY & CO.
the seniors are the undisputedcham- :
piods, with the junior and fresh lawr to
isforwit th jnio an frshTailors toMen
battling for the runner-up position.
The situation in the lit division is Directly North of Law Bldg!
somrcowat more comlai:ed, a triple i 713 North Universit
tie existing for first place, the seniors,
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still left in the running. The sophs
were eliminated early last week. The
pharmics at present lead the division,
composed of pharmies, architects and
medics, but as the medics have play-
ed no games as yet, the final leader-
ship is still undecided. In the fifth
division, including the junior dents,
fresh dents, homeops and foresters,
no games have as yet been played,
although the junior dents claim a for-
feit from the freshmen of that depart-
ment owing to the failure of the lat-
ter to appear on time for their sche-
duled game Saturday morning. The
freshmen likewise have entered a
claim for a forfeit from the homeops
as te latter did not show up for their
ga ie with the former team.
The schedule for the week is as fol-
lows:
Monday, May 8, foresters vs. junior
dents, junior lits vs. fresh lits; Tues-
day, May 9, senior lits vs. fresh lits;
Wednesday, May 10, foresters vs.
fresh dents, biomeops vs. junior dents;
Saturday, May 13, fresL medics vs.
arcnitects, senior lits vs. junior lits.
(This game may not be necessary.)
All games will be played at 4:00
o'clock with the exception of the Sat-
day games, which may be played at
any time agreed upon between the
managers of the opposing teams, but
any change in time should be report-
ed to either Director Rowe or Mana-
ger Thomas.
BEll AND WHITE DEFEATS ROCH-
ESTER IN SLUGGING MATCH, 5-2

HASH FROM YESTERDA'S MEET,.
Served aip by "Mac"
The mad couldn't stop "Steve's" miei.
Smith and Cross were the only two men to gather a brace of firsts
(luring the afternoon. They made more titan one-fourth of the Wol-
verine points.
3feehan, of Michigan, after fiiiishing second in the two-nille run,
had to be carried off the field. Assistant Athletic Ilirector Ednmunds
played the role of the hero in the most creditable fashion.,
The prettiest number of the day was the half-mile run, in which
both Ufer and Murphy evened tip some old scores with MeDlonough.
The time, 1 minute, 8 1-) seconds, is butt 3-) of a second slower
than the Ferry Field record, held by Phil Jansen.,
Carroll and *Donnelly had in easy time in the mile run.
Notre Dame made a cleanup in the pole vault, both. Clark and
Goodspeed failing at 10 feet, R inches.
The field was so slippery that in the hanfauer throw Rachman and
Smith both failed to qualify in three trials.
The corrugated iron sheet stand coveritgs kept. some of the
spectators dry.
Michigan realized 10 firsts to but four for Notre Dame, out of the
total of 14 events.

C1ICAG(O SPILLS BIG INE DOPE
BY IA)SING TO NORTIUWESTERN
litnois Leads, With Three Teams Tied
for Second Position; Trio Show
No Games Won
Chicago, Ill., May 6.--The leaders
in the Big Nine league, Illinois, In-
diana, Purdue and Chicago, all lived
up to the promise of their earlier
games this week with the exception of
the Maroons, who surprised the critics
by falling before the attack of the
Northwestern diamond artists.
Conference standing:
W. L. Pet.
Illinois..... ..........3 1 .750
Indiana....... ........2 1 .667
Purdue............ 2 1 .667
Chicago,...... ......... 2 1 .667
Northwestern .......... 1 2 .333
Iowa ...... ........... 0 1 .000
Ohio State............. 0 1 .000
Wisconsin ............0 2 .000
Last week's games:
Chicago, 3; Iowa, 1.
Illinois, 4; Wisconsin, 0.
Purdue, 7; Indiana, 0.
Northwestern, 10; Chicago, 6.

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MONDAY

Postponed Yes-
t of Rain '

ing of the qualifying round
tournament booked to take
erday was necessarily post-
ng to the rain, and will be
iday afternoon, weather con-
'mitting.
in the club has increased
until the membership is
ng the upper limit, which
rdney, grad, is high man so
opening round.

Taxi Line, Phone 2255.

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A picked team from the freshman
tennis squad journeyed to Toledo yes-
terday, where they handed the Ju-
nior Tennis club of that city a de-
cisive beating, breaking even in the
singles and winning both sets in the
doubles.
The team was composed of E. A.
Knoche, George Codd, A. K. Strouse,
and E. F. Steketee. The first named
proved to be the big star of the event,
defeating Hager, Toledo's best man,
with little trouble in two games.-
Knoche has had considerable expe-
rience in western tennis circles be-
fore coming to Michigan, and has set
a brilliant record in this year's tour-
nament, having lost but threermatches
out of 27 played.
Summary of the match:
Knoche (M), d. Hager (T),,6-0, 6-1;
Southerland (T), d. Codd (M), 6-3,
5-7, 6-3; Bradley (T), d. Strouse (M),
12-10, 6-4; Steketee (M), d. Scott (T),
4-6, 6-4, 6-0.
I noche and Steketee (M), d. Hager
and Miller (T), 6--3, 6-2; Codd and
Strouse (M), d. Southerland and Brad-
-ley (T), 4-6, 6-2, 6-1.
WET COURTS PREVENT MATCH
Varsity Tennis Team's Scheduled De-
troift Game Called Off
Due to wet courts the match sche-
duled to have been played between
the Varsity tennis team and the De-
troit Tennis club representatives yes-
terday afternoon had to be called off.
The Michigan team was in good con-
dition and expected to give the De-l
troiters the battle of their lives, when
the rain interfered and decided to
referee the scrap itself, thereby stop-
ping"all proceedings andunofficially
calling the match a draw.
VILLA NOVA, WITH MOLLINEAU
IN BOX, DEFEATS PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia, May 6.-By superior
hitting, Villa Nova avenged its former
defeat at the hands of Pennsylvania,
taking the Red and Blue into camp
by a count ofO .to 3. The losers were
unable to connect with Mollineau's
benders.
R. H.E.
Villa Nova................ 6 11 4
Pennsylvania..............3 7 2
Batteries: Mollineau and Henry;
Cross, Vrelland, Valieanl and Hoch.

Ithaca, N. Y., May 6.-In a game
featured by the heaviest hitting of
the year, Cornell defeated Rochester
here yesterday by a score of 5 to 2.
Dr. Sharpe was forced to use three
pitchers to put the victory across.
Cornell.................... 5 6 r1
Rochester .................2 9 6
Batteries: Olsen, Sutterby, Russell
and Clary; Patchen and Schiebel.

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