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EGARRICK
DETROIT

Week Starting
Mon., May 151
and ending
Sunday, May 21

Scarcity of Candidates for 1916 Elevein
Shows Michigan Spirit Lacking,
Athletic Authorities Aver
DANCE C R A Z E RESPONSIBLEf

VAUGHAN

GLASER

and Supporting Company, Including

FAY COURTENEY

IN BILLIE BURKE'S
BIGGEST SUCCESS

"JERRY"

(The Girl An Hour Ahead of Time)
by
Catherine Chisholm Cushing
Author of "KITTY MacMAY "
and Other Successes

Nights-25c, 50c, 75c

S VICTORS
RSITY MEET

Cross, Carroll, Donnelly, Corbin
Fontana Star for Class
of 1917

and

UFER EQUALS TRACK RECORD
Led by Cross, Carroll, Donnelly,
Corbin and Fontana, the 1917 class
won the annual Michigan outdoor
Varsity track meet yesterday after-
noon. The juniors amassed 48 points,
while their senior rivals were able
to pile up only 31 1-2 of the counters.
The sophomores breezed through the,
meet in surprising fashion, and fin-
ished only one point in the rear of
the 1916 men.
Ufer tied the Ferry field record in
the half mile when he nosed out "Cap"
Murphy by a scant three yards in a
race which was fast from the gun.
The time was 1 minute, 57 3-5 seconds,
which was first established by Phil
Jansen in 1913. Fox, the freshman
captain, ran a pretty race in this
event, and finished under the two-
minute mark.
Carroll had things all his own way
in the mile, finally ending the distance'
when he timers had clicked off 4 min-
utes 24 3-5 seconds. Donnelly came
through the two-mile distance in good
fashion, while "Hal" Smith took firsts
in both the 100 and 220-yard dashes.
Fontana and Griest had a pretty bat-
tle the first half of the 440 event, Fon-
tana then going ahead, with Fox, of
the Varsity, nosing out the senior in
the last hundred yards. Cross hurled
the discus over 130 feet.
The summaries::
100-yard dash: 1st heat-Smith (16),
first, Scofield (18), second, Horr (19),

third. Time, 10 4-5 seconds. 2nd
heat-O'Brien (17), first, Hrabak (19),
second, Berkowitz (19), third. Time,
10 4-5 seconds. Final-Smith (16),
first, O'Brien (17), second, Scofield
(18), third. Time, 10 2-5 seconds.
Mile-Carroll (17), first, Como-
quoy (19), second, Fuess (19), third.
Time, 4 minutes 24 2-5 seconds.
120-yard high hurdles-Corbin (17),
first, Warner (18), second, Beardsley
(19), third. Time, 16 2-5 seconds.
Shot put-Cross (17), first, Smith
(18), second, Edwards (18), third. Dis-
tance, 42 feet 5 inches'
220-yard low hurdles-Corbin (17),
first, Catlett (17), second, Macmillan
(19), third. Time, 28 seconds.
Pole vault-Clark (18), first, Wong
(19), and Goodspeed (18), tied for
second. Height, 10 feet 4 inches.
220-yard dash-Smith (16), first,
Scofield (18), second, O'Brien (17),
third. Time, 23 2-5 seconds..
Two-mile run-Donnelly (17) first,
Meehan (18), second, Langley (18),
third. Time, 10 minutes 4 2-5 seconds.
High jump-Haigh (19), first, Wick-
liffe (17), second, Griest (16) and
Brockway (18), tied for third. Height,
5 feet 6 inches.
440-yard dash-Fontana (17), first,

"What is the matter with Michigan
spirit?" That is the question which is
worrying the football coaches as well
as the athletic authorities. This ques-
tion has assumed serious proportions
during the last weeks of the spring
training season in view of the way
the candidates for next fall's eleven
are coming out for practice.
The coaches, all of them, and the
athletic authorities are thoroughly dis-
gusted with the way the men have
failed to come out to work all season.
The problem has grown especially
since Line Coach Pontius has been in
charge of the squad.
With about 6,000 students enrolled
in the university, the average turn-
out for regular practice lately has
been a little over nine men, while
Princeton, by way of contrast, with
only about 1,200 enrolled, has had an
average of 80 men out regularly and
has had almost three weeks of ftrim-
mage.
Syracuse Has Big Turnout
Syracuse has had an average, of
between 60 and 65 men out; Harvard
has been complaining because only 24
men have been coming out, and yet
this is almost three times as many
men as Michigan is furnishing for the
spring squad.
Although about 55 men have signed
up for lockers for the spring season,
yet not quite of fifth of these men
have been reporting with any regu-
larity.
Investigating Matter
To determine the cause of this
shameful exhibition, the coaches and
the athletic office are investigating
the matter. It is their unanimous
opinion that one of the most potent
factors in keeping the men away from
the field is the present dance craze.
Men who are numbered on the squad
claim that they have not time for prac-
tice, yet some of these same men, to
the definite knowledge of the athletic
authorities and coaches, find time to
attend as many as three dances in one
week.
The exact cause of the delinquencies
in coming out cannot be found, but
whatever the cause may be, it is as-
sured that the authorities are serious-
ly angered by the lack of spirit.
Teach Fundamentals in Spring
Both Coach Pontius and Mr. Bartel-
me have stated that they are con-
vinced that the chief cause of the poor
season of 1915 was almost altogeth-
er due to the ailure of the men to
get out and work.
All the coaches state that it would
mean just one month of hard work
saved next fall if the men would come
out now. The football season affords
only about eight weeks of work, and
the fall term should be devoted to the
development of the team as a fighting

LAST TIME TODAY
THE TEN ACT FILM VERSION OF
REX BEACH'S
Marvelous story of Love, Romance and Adventure
of Panama

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occasions
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713 North University Avenue

PROGRA

"THE NE'ER

01

Featuring
Kathlyn Williams and
Wheeler Oakman
Supported by the Brilliant Cast that Produced the "Spoilers."
This passion-throbbing film, with all its depth of love, and soft, sweet
tropical beauty and fienish jealousy, is the greatest production since "The
Birth of a Nation."
Its flights of sweet romance are higher; its depths of dastardly intrigue
are blacker-its action and its risks and its dangers more overwhelming.
MATINEES, CHILDREN, 15c, ADULTS, 25c'
Prices. NIGHTS, - - - . 25c TO ALL
Specially arranged Music by Orchestra. Performances begin promptly at
1:30, 3:30, 7:00 and 9:00 P. M.

Monday, May 15
FRITZI BRUNETTE in
"UNTO THOSE WHO SI
HEARST-VITACRAPH WEEKLY NEWT
Tuesday, May 16
TYRONE POWER in
"John Needham's Doubl
LAUGHABLE MUTUAL COMEDY
Wednesday, May
VIRGINIA PEARSON and
JOSEPH KILGOUR in
"THOU ART THE MAP
FRANK DANIELS IN A COMEDY
Thur.-Fri., May 18-
CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S
BURLESQUE on
CARMEN"or
" Throwing the Bull"
and RAYMOND HITHCOCK it
"A Wonderful Wager
A FUNNY MUTUAL COMEDY
Put Together For Laughing Purposes
BALCONY, 10 CTS.-MAIN FLOOR, 20
Saturday, May 20
A DELIGHTFUL SENSATION
"THE GREAT PROBLEM"
MUTUAL COMEDY PLAY

Fox (16), second, Griest (16),1
Time, 50 2-5 seconds.
Hammer throw-Smith (18)
Bastian (16), second, Wright
third. Distance, 130 feet.
880-yard run-Ufer (16), first,
phy (16), second, Fox (19),1
Time, 1 minute 57 3-5 seconds.

third.
first,
(19),
Mur-
third.
Ties

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Ferry field record.
Broad jump-Field (16), first, Wick-
liffe (17), second, Griest (16), third.
Distance, 20 feet.
Discus-Cross (17), first, Smith (18),
second, Lindstrom (19), third. Dis-
tance, 130 feet 10 inches. .
Totals-1917 first with 48, 1916 sec-
ond with 31 1-2, 1918 third with 30 1-3,
1919 fourth with 16.

machine, and to be able to devote the
time to this end, the men must be
taught the fundamentals in the spring.
This is what the coaches want to do,
but they are handicapped by the poor
spirit of the men themselves.
Doomed to Another Poor Season
They say that if the men will not
come out, Michigan is doomed to an-
other such season as she had last fall,
and they are tired of pleading with
men to get out. The athletic associa-
tion hasdone all in its power for the
team and the men who compose the
team, and now if they themselves will

not get out and do something for
Michigan, nothing to make a success-
ful team can be done by anyon tl
Next week it is probable that the
names of the men who report for regu-
lar practice_ will be publishedt every
day in The Daily, and those men who
do not get out will be the responsible
ones.
A meeting of all the football men
will be held tomorrow night in an ef-
fort to get at the botton of the whole
;)roblem and find out, if possible, why
the men will not come out. Personals
letters to all the men on the list are

being sent out by the athletic
to get them out for the meeting.
At this meeting the members o
squad will hear discussions o
matter by Director Bartelme
others. and >t is stated on good au
it,- that some pretty plain facts
be told to the men.
E Ict Oi cers for Kenitlcy
At the Kentucky club dinner I
ni"ht, the following officers
1lccted ror next year: Y. I. Altsh
1 president; Frank L. Thom
1 1, ic-resirdet; Jaes S. N
_ 1 : treasurer.

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Goods Well known. Exclusive ter-'
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'WANTED-Students to sell Nibco
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WANTED-Two tickets for May Festi-
val, Friday night. Call 2024-R.
m14
WANTED-Course or single Festival
tickets. Call Nagle, 912-M. m14-16
WANTED-Students to sell guaran-
teed Nursery Stock during vaca-
tion season. Big proposition. Write
at once. Graham Nursery Co., Roch-
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
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FOR SALE-Two course tickets for
the May Festival. First balcony.
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