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MAY 11-12-13--14
SELIO'S Ten Part Screen Version of

THE

NE ER-D0-WE LL
By Rex Beach
WITII KATHLYN WILLIAMS
And the entire "Spoilers" Cast
Starting Monday, May 15, our new Profit-Sharing Plan.
You will get two admissions for one. It just right.
Thursday and Friday: 3,7 and 9 P. M.
Saturday and Sunday: 1:30,3:30,7 and 9 P. M..-
PRICES, Matinees; Children 15c, Adults 25c.
Nights: 25c to all

Carpell Coaches
B1ackf ield iMen
Forner Varsity halfback Appears in
Uniform; Keeps Men
ol Jump
if active interest on the part of
former Michigan football veterans
counts for anything, the team which
- 'wears the Maize and Blue uniform
next fall should be one of the best
elevens ever seen on Ferry field. Yes-
terday saw a new backfield coach
training the men. Otto Carpell, who
played as one of the backs on the 1913
team, ran over from Detroit to help
coach the 116 Varsity for a day, and
offered his services to aid the good
work.
Carpell himself put on a uniform
and got out on the field with the men
and took charge of the backfield ma-
terial in their regular workout. HLe
kept his charges busy for the whole
period, and they, as well as the boys
who bucked the line all afternoon,
were ready to declare it a good day's
work when they were permitted to go
in. Not even a fumble or poor pass
from center escaped the volunteer
coach's attention.
He also displayed a faculty for get-
ting the men to work and they, in
turn, responded with cold weather pep.
Even the recent rise in the thermo-
meter plus the spring fever germ
can't keep down the old fighting
spirit.
YEARLINGS PLAN TO AINNI.
HILATE SOPIIS IN CONTESTS
" A call has gone forth for freshmen
to rally to the '19 colors to stage a
grand come-back in the fresh-soph
gamrs to be held Friday and Saturday,
May 19 and 20, and thus wipe out the
awful defeats of former contests.
At the last fresh assembly plans for
overwhelming the second year men
were discussed, and a large number
of yearlings expressed the desire of
getting into the various events. A
number of meetings will be held this
week and nextoweek to arrange mat-
ters and to choose leaders.
Abiding by the recommendation of
the student council the class has
abandoned the idea of having another
class party or "mixer" this year. In-
stead the women will hold a dinner
at Barbour gymnasium next week,
while the men will devote all their
time to "licking the sophs."
Two Mei ater 14 Points in Meet
In the Adrian Interscholastic meet
held Saturday Ann Arbor high school
took fifth place, entering but two men
and totalling 14 points. Van Orden,
a junior, and Cuthbert, a senior, cap-
tured the tallies between them, Van
Orden taking two firsts in the weight
events, and Cuthbert taking second in
the half-mile.
Saddle ponies at 50c an hour. Call
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Send The Daily home. 50c for the
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FOUR NET MEN TO 6O EAST
,ream to Be Announced Soon; Expect
HIard Scrap With Vale
Four men will take the eastern trip
with the tennis team this season. Who
these men will be is as yet undecided,
and the small number of players to
go will further complicate the work
of picking the team' The personnel
will not be announced before Thursday
at the earliest,
Captain Crawford said that he anti-
cipates a hard tussle with both Yale
and Lafayette. Little is known about
Lehigh, and in fact practically no
dope on the eastern institutions has
been secured. The Naval Academy al-
ways puts out a strong team, and one
of Michigan's hardest matches may be
looked for at Annapolis.
However, the team is fast rounding
iiito trip form and should give any one
or all of their eastern opponents a
good battle. The present warm weath-
er affords just the opportunity for
getting in ,shape and the squad has
been taking advantage of the time reg-
ularly.
On the basis of dope from the teams
picked for the Toledo and Detroit
tennis clubs' matches, it would appear
that the men most likely to go east
next Friday will line up in more or
less similar fashion. Captain Craw-
ford is the only sure bet at present.
Mack, Switzer, and Codd or Sher-
wood, in the order named, with Cohen
and Steketee in reserve, seems to be
about the best guess at the present
time. All of these men have been
playing a good brand of tennis, and it
goes without saying that Michigan will
send a representative team to meet
the east.
ST'I)DENTS .171'ST.ANFOUI)
VOTE TO RETAIN RUGBY
Palo Alto, Calif., May 9.--After sev-
eral years of wrangling, Stanford uni-
versity has decided to retain rugby
football. This was the result of an
all-campus vote taken on the ques-
tion, the supporters of the English
game winning out by a majority of
49.
The vote today is the culmination
of a long fight to establish the Ameri-
can game in the university. The
anti-rugby sentiment reached its
height last fall, when Stanford's an-
cient rival, California, decided in fa-
vor o intercollegiate form. On ac-
count of the narrow margin by which
the new game was rejected, its campus
supporters hope for a reversal of the
decision in the near future.

IPN1E APPEARS ON
GRIDIRO N IN UNIFORM
f ootbal11ers Ge ileal Workou ; Lgnad
Increases in ,ize; More
Men Needed
Real work was the order of the day
in yesterday's football practice. Line
Coach Pontius appeai ed in uniform
himself and gave the men the hardest
driliaug they have had all season. The
coach got down and showed the line;
candidates how to go at their little
end of the game, telling them just
what was expected of the men on the
line and then demonstrating his the-
ories. From the way the. coach hand--
led the huskies while showing them
how to put an opponent out of play,
a casual bystander would have been
led to think that he is one ofY Yost's
best bets for the 1916 team.
The showirg o the squad numerica-
ly in yesterday's session was an im-
provement over Monday's exhibition,
but still is far fromt being proportion-
ate toathe iunmber o Men who have
lockers. Every man who expects to
try out for the team is advised to get
out as soon as possible and take ad-
vantage of the spring season. The
coaches are emphatic, to say the least,
on the point that the men will have
to get out and work hard, and must
do so immediately.
Not only does the line mentor work
the men hard, but to all appearances
they are equally anxious to do it, and
the result is that for the first time
this season there are some scratched
faces among the footballers. Every
time the ball ws snapped on the line
of scrimmage there was something
akin to a real fight. There was al-
ways a regular effort to lay an oppo-:
nent out of the play and the play was
never over until every man had either
gone through the line or had gotten
closer to nature and Mother Earth
than is conducive to cleanliness of
uniforms. Once or twie the coach al-
most called time for some of the boys
when the play got rather enthusiastic.
Practice will continue all through
next week as well as during the re-
mainder of the present week. Coach
Pontius will be on hand again today.
and "Aqua" AlImendinger will take
charge tomorrow and Friday during
his absence for the remainder of the
week. Practice will be called at ':00
o'clock every day.
" Northwestern Loses to Illinois
Evanston, Ill., May 10.--Northwest-
ern was forced to accept the short
end of a 4 to 1 score from Illinois in
the baseball game between the two in-
stitutions here. The down-staters
played errorless ball, despite a drizzle
which fell during the greater part of
the game.
R. H. E.
Illinois....... .............. 4 9 0
Northwestern......... ...... 1 6 4
Batteries: Halas and Bradley; New-
by and Fischer.
Look over the advertizements in
The Michigan Daily. They will in-
terest you.

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VASITY TRACK MEET
TO BE STAGED SATURDAY
Dope l1as It That Victory Lies Be-
tween Janiors and Seniors; Sophs
Have Good Lineup
Michigan will be idle in the realm
of intercollegiate competition this
week, no university appearing on Sat-
urday to compete against Farrell's
men.
Instead, the annual Varsity meet
will take place Saturday afternoon on
Ferry field, and the Maize and Blue
athletes will be called upon in an
endeavor to take the measure of each
other instead of any foreign foe.
Using nothing but strict dope, the
outcome of the meet seems to lie in
favor of either the juniors and the
1916 men. The juniors are especially
strong in the longer runs and some of
the field events. Such known calibre
as Carroll, Donnelly Fontana, Cross,
Corbin, O'Brien and others will be
found in the ranks of the 1917 men,
while their older rivals are proud
of Captain Smith, Bastain, "Cap"
Murphy, Ufer, Griest, and Catlett.
The sophomore class also possesses
men of a good deal of merit, and
should score heavily in the second and
third places. Simmons, if he is in
condition, is good for first place in
the high jump, while "Pat" Smith,
hiardell, Meehan, Warner, Scofield and
others are decidedly handy men to
have within the reach of the an-
nouncer's voice.
Not a great deal is known of the
freshmen class at present, as they have
not appeared in any meets of late.
Their captain, Fox, should place inI
the 880-yard event, while some of their
sprinters have been showing consid-
erable promise.

THIRD ROUND OF FRESH
TOURNEY UPSETS DOPE
Two Yetiling Stars Meet Iefeat; Semi-
Fials Scheuiled for Thursday;
Practice Clash Saturday
Several upsets of dope featured the
third round of the freshman tennis
tournament, which closed yesterday;
chief among them being the defeat of
two of the men who made the trip to
Toledo Saturday. The semi-finals will
be played off Thursday afternoon,
Hart facing Knoche and Goldsmith
stacking up against Steketee. The
first match is doped to be a hummer,
with a slight edge going to Knoche.
This young man is the one who showed
up so strongly against the lads from
the Maumee city Saturday. Steketee
is expected to find things fairly easy
in his match.
The yearlings will stage a practice
(Continued on Page Four)

"CLASS"
and the Racket
rhat's our
"AU TOGRAPH "
Ten Dollars
We've put into it the best we know
in racket making. That's wherein
cones the 'Class' -- that bit of
slang up topi.'
Then the Hackett and Alexander
-Great playing racket that many
players swear by. Eight lDollars,
We have others, you know. And
it's a queer sort we cannot suit at
from 50 cents to the Antagrapb
limit-p 0.0o.
All the details in the eatalogue.
It is free--as usual.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.

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GET A DINNER

THAT FITS YOUR MOOD

Sitting down to a sad and soggy meal when your heart is filled with the
and the sunhine of spring, is like throwing a wet blanket on a good deed.

joy of living

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HOSPICE

I!iresh aits Forfeit Game
Yesterday proved to be a quiet lay
as far as the class baseball tourna-
ment was concerned. The only sche-
duled game booked for the afternoon,
that between the senior and fresh lits
was claimed as a forfeit by the former
team when the freshmen failed to ap-
pear at the appointed time. If the
forfeit is granted this will leave the
junior and senior teams to battle for
the department championship of the
lit division.

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