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"CLASS"
and the Racket
That's our
"AUTOGRAPH"
Ten Dollars
We've put into it the best we know
in racket making. That's wherein
comes the "Class" -that bit of
slang up top.
Then the Hackett and Alexander
-Great playing racket that many
players swear by. Eight Dollars.
We have others, you know. And
it's a queer sort we cannot suit at
from So cents to the Autograph,
limit-$10.oo.
All the details in the catalogue.
It is free--as usual.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
3.7and 8:30P.M. C
DA THURS. MAY 18-19

RAIIN PREVENTS FINISH
Of YALE TENNIS MATCH
Easterners Leading 2.0 When Down-
pour Prohibits Playing
of Doubles
Rain stopped the Yale-Michigan ten-
nis match yesterday, forcing the play-
ers off the courts. When the match
was called, Yale led Michigan's Var-
sity by a 2-0 margin, thus retaining
her clear record to date.
Yale has not been defeated this sea-
son and boasts an unusually. strong
team. On the contrary, the Varsity
has been traveling since last Friday,:
and has bad no opportunity for prac-
tice sessions while en route to the vari-
ous colleges and universities to fill
the eastern schedule. This is the first
match out of three played in the east
this season that the Varsity has drop-
ped, and that to one of the strongest
teams east of the Alleghanies, in an
unifniished match.
However, the dope seems to indicate
that Yale would have won the match
as they had taken two out of four sets
of UIngles and led in the other two. No
doubles were played, the rain begin-
ling before the singles were entirely
completed. Yet the outcome of the
match, had it been played to a finish,
will remain an open question, as Mich-
igan has been putting up her strong-
est work in the doubles.
Summaries: Weber (Y) d. Capt
Crawford (M), 6-1, 6-0; Capt. Stoddart
(Y) led Mack (M), 6-2; Hopkins (Y)
d. Switzer (M), 6-0, 6-4; Kelly (Y)
led Sherwood (M),'4-1.
20 MEN REPORT FOR PRACTICE

CA YOST SAYS
ALL1.MUST SSISTI
Declares More Preliminary Football
Practice Necessary for
T eam's Success
PRAISES ENTHUSIASM OF FALL
Before leaving Annl Arbor recently,
Coach Yost made some remarks which
are quite timely in view of the present
f,)otball situation at Michigan. Not
alone may his words be applied to the
men who fight upon the gridiron, but
they al'so have an appeal to the bal-
ance of the student boay which must
indirectly lend assistance if the Wol-
verine is to be respected upon the foo-
ball field. Coach Yost said in part:
"The loyalty and enthusiasm of the
University of Michigan student body
during the 1915 football season was
wonderful, considering the results of
the games. It is evident, however, that
this does not always bring victory,
and that something else must be done.
One thing is certain; there must be a
more active, aggressive and helpful
co-operation on the part of all fac-
tions on the campus, and of the alum-
ni, if :Michigan, is to occupy the posi-
tion she should in the college athletic
world. It must be remembered that
Michigan is competing with the best.
"Every student of any athletic abil-
ity must be willing to do more in pre-
liminary preparation and development
during the college year. There is too
much 'drifting' and not enough con-
scientious work among a good share
of the students. There is only one
way I know for a person to prepare
and equip himself properly for any-
thing he wishes to accomplish, on or
off the athletic field, and that is by
thorough preparation and develop-
ment. Those students or others inter-
ested who do not' have athletic ability
can aid those who do by telling them
of the necessity of 'preparedness' and
urging them to tome out for the dif-
ferent athletic teams.
"Let everyone interested in Michi-
gan ask himself what he has done to
help make his university stand up in
the front rank among the successful
universities of the country. The indi-
vidual must make it a personal mat-
ter; he cannot expect someone else to
do his part. No one can expect to
stand by and criticize when that indi-
vidual has not turned his hand to
help. The entire student body and
those interested in the welfare of the
university should become part of an
active, live, vital force which moves
forward, pushing for Michigan."
INTERCLASS BALL TOURNAlTHENT
TO BE RESUMED AFTER LULL
No Departmental Championships to Be
Awarded; Four High Teams to
Receive Numerals
After a lull lasting several days, the
class baseball tournament will reopen
this afternoon, when the final round
of the series will be started, two of
the closing round games being sche-
duled for today, together with the long
disputed tilt between the senior and
fresh lits. Contrary to custom, there
will be no departmental championships
awarded this year, the two high teams
from each division going into the finals
in the battle for the campus champion-
ship. The four highest teams in this
round will receive numerals.
The schedule for the week is as
follows:
Wednesday, May 17: Senior engi-
neers vs. senior laws, junior engineers

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And Reasonable Prkces Summer wear
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EDWARDS
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BOYD
SHARTEL
The above are the names of
the men who were out for foot-
ball practice yesterday after-
noon.
vs. junior laws, senior lits vs. fresh
lits; Thursday, May 18: Foresters vs.
pharmics; Friday, May 19: Senior laws
vs. pharmics, junior laws vs. junior
dents; Saturday, May 20: Medics vs.
lits No. 1 (morning, All-Fresh dia-
mond), medics vs. senior engineers
(afternoon).
Each team will be required to play
every other team, the winning teams
to be picked on a percentage basis.
If any team forfeits two of the first
four games scheduled, such team will
be automatically dropped from the
schedule.
Sadler Talks to Fresh Engineers
Prof. H. C. Sadler, of the naval ar-
chitecture and marine engineering de-
partment, will speak on "The Field
of Marine Engineering," at the fresh-
man engineer assembly today at 11:00

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Four-Act Scream
And a Big Comedy Show Com-
bined.
RAYMOND HITCHCOCK in
"tThe Wonderful
Wager"
a laugh from start to finish
"The Lion Hearted
Chief"
a Mutual Side Splitter
NEVER BEFORE SUCH
A LAUGHFEST

Number of Football Aspirants Drops
Five from Day Before
Only 20 men reported for football
practice yesterday afteroon. This is
a falling off of five men since the day
before. In the absence of Coach Po.-
us, Assistant Coach Ceorge Kennedy
had charge of the squad. Practice
consisted in the usual work; block-
ing and coaching and the use of their
hands for the line men, and punting
and returning for the backfield candi-
dates.
The coaches are very much pleased
with the spirit of the men who are out
and the line men are receiving regu-
lar scrimmage work every day. Cap-
tain Maulbetsch remarked the other

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and middleweight tug-of-war teams
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CLASSIC AT PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia, May 16.-The Prince-
ton University crew swept across the
finish line winner by a length in the
race for the Childs cup, the feature
contest of the American Henley re-
gatta held here Saturday., The Co-
lumbia crew, which held' the lead for
half the distance, was forced into third
place by the killing stroke set by
Princeton and the Naval Academy, the
New Yorkers finishing a length and a
half behind the middies. Pennsylvania
trailed the field all the way.
D.1 .Easterbrowk,'17, Leaves Hospital
Dwight G. Easterbrook, '17, who was
confined to the contagious ward of the
university hospital as a scarlet fever
suspect, was released yesterday.
Look over the advertizements in
The Michigan Daily. They will in-
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day that the present practice caine
as near being a real fight as he had
seen shice he had played on the team.
He added. that, although the men who
are out are showing a splendid spirit,
there should be still more out, and
fixed the number of men Michigan
should furnish the spring training
squad at 190 candidates.
Pontius will be on hand for today's
session. Practice will be called at
3 ~:00 o'clock as usual.
Ohio State Defeats Purdue
Columbus, O., May 16.-Purdue's
baseball team went down in defeat
before Ohio State on a muddy field
by the score of 3 to 1. Inability to hit
Wright, the Buckeye pitcher, spelled
defeat for the Boilermakers.
Score- .. R. H. E.I
Ohio State.................3 5 6
Purdue ......................1 3 3

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