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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne
in "A MILLION A MINUTE"
Everybody Knows Bushman and Bayne Are Good

T O D A Y
FRIDAY
TODAY

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This feature has been advanced one week due to postponement of release date of "Dorians Divorce" advertised for the 19th.

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DETROIT
Formerly With DICKERSON & CO.

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T
LIGHTWORKOUT'
Warmer Weather Permits Farrell to
give Athletes Easy Drill;
Kretzschmar Out
STANFORD TEAM AiIRRIVES TODAY
Warmer weather yesterday gave
Coach Farrell a better chance to work
ii men. Most of them who are al-
ready well groomed for Saturday's
milling were let off easy by the coach,
"Steve" taking no chances with the
(lay as it was.
Kretzschmar was out again yester-
day. The sprinter who gave "Hal"
Smith some mighty close brushes in-
doors last year has not been able to
give much of his time to track, because
of heavy school work. Farrell liked
-his showing of yesterday well enough
to tell him that he could enter the
sprint events against the westerners
if he wished to, and the stocky second
year man will no doubt go into the
century.
The Stanford team is expected to
arrive .in town some time today or
early this evening. Aside from the
coach, trainer and manager, the Cali-
fornia school is sending an even dozen
men. The two who are said to be the
toughest pair to dispose of are Cap-
tain Murray and P. R. Wilson. The
former is probably the best hurdler on
the coast, doing the high sticks in
15 seconds. The longer distance is a
pipe for the captain under 25 seconds.
Murray is also expected to double
up, running in either the 100 or the
220-yard dash, or both. Johnny Nor-
ton is also an excellent hurdler, es-
pecially in the low obstacles. House,
a freshman. is another hurdler who
is good enough to be brought all the
way across the continent.
Wilson, according to advance no-
tices, has never been pushed in the
mile. Last week the Bear wonder
took down a mark of 4 minutes, 22
seconds. He also. will be seen in the
two mile. Schnell, the Stanford half-
miler, has done under 2 minutes re-
peatedly. For the 440 distance, Moul-
ton is bringing two men, Lynn and
Dieffendorf, who are 50-second mate-
rial. Wilcox should have no trouble
in the pole vault, as he does 12 feet
quite regularly. The other members
of the party are the high jumper,
Lachmund; Sisson, a capable broad
jumper; Kirksey, a sprinter; and Aup-
perly, who will double up, running
both the mile and the half way dis-
tance.
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part in today's battle
of the Huron at the
bridge:
Freshmen Light
W. H. Dorrance L. G
0. A. McNaughton Win
G. J. Higgins A. r
D. A. Scheid G. M
G. H. Keuzy A. E
P. M. Harle L. L
J. E.. Whitlow H. I
R. R. Jeffs J. H
E. R. V. Howard M. F
T. L. Donahue S. R
A. J. Fox L. L
1. Emerson B. L
IT. Hornbein H. L1
P. F. Labadie S. M.
A. M. Hays L. B
P. L. Young H. A
H. R. Talfer
I. S. Amberg C. A
0. IJ. Norton C. V
S. G. Weiner H.0
C. H. Kingh W.
T. L. Osborne A. V
T. E. Ross H. A
Freshmen Middl
J. J. Pfeiffer K. J.
IT. H. Lock 'J.
E{. B. Salzberg D. E
W. K. Anderson H. I
R. M. Towner D. K
H. R. Smith G. E
G. S. Harrison D. C
H. D. Zipp W.I
H. Martins G. E
H. R. Lock L. G
C. H. Sisserson T. 1
G. O. Brophy P. E
S. Parks F.
G. W. Furrow C. D
L. Goldsmith M.F

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L. Hosking
4. Schnitz,
. Sable
A. Durglar
Alternates
. Steiner
W. Clark
0. Fullerton
H. Engelhart
W. Veit
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. Mack
. Lowther
E. Marsh
R. Tibbets
K. White
. Marson
Cameron
P. Parr
0. Raridon
. Baiford
B. Doyle
. Thomas
B. Nash
H. Locker
H. Ayers
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STAGE BIG FRESH-
SOPH CLASH

TODAY

(Continued from Page One)
Speeches made by "Bill" Mullendore,
'16L, "Wap' John, '16, and H. C. Rum-
mel, '16L, which with some excel-
lent cheer-leading by "Bob" Bennett,
completed the program.
The following men have been
placed on the relay teams for Satur-
day's obstacle race at Ferry field:
Freshmen

(Continued

on Pa

Grid

Warriors

L. D. Troost-
L. S. Sander
A. B. Trudeau
E. L. Waurer
C. W. Clark
W. E. Bandemer
E. S. Snyder
G. Kretszchmar
C S. Clark
C. L. Attwater
B. Jaffa
S. G. Wiener
E. L. Price
H. N. Walker
H. H. Block
J. L. Gardiner
D. Millar
A. B. Thompson
H. O. Fullerton
F. E. Davis
E. Howard
E. O. Kerolla
S. C. Smith
W. A. Carl

S. V. Eggest
J. A. Hanish
Ui. S. Helmrich
B. L. Broadwell
J. M. Kerr
B. Howard
R. Knight
R. F. Houseman
C. L. Rasmussen
R. W. Ehinger
J. M. Walley
L. J. Troost
J. Miranda
G. Anderson
S. J. Goldstein
K. P. Jones
F. Frieman
P. L. Wilson
H. Martens
L. K. Ferris
H. M. Knowlsen
-R. 0. Dunn
A. H. Soos
C. W. Porter

Get Hard Work
Pontius in Uniform Gives the 2
Prospects More Grilling;
Practice Again Today"
Coach Pontius took charge of the
squad in moleskins yesterday after-
noon with the result that the 25 men
who reported received another hard
workout. The coach is pleased with
the improved spirit the men are show-
ing, and with the way they take to
the hard work on the line every day.
Yesterday's practice provided more
than exercise .for the squad, and there
was even a little gore spilt during the
period. Charging and blocking occu-
pied the line candidates while the
backs received punts and had running
drill.
Practice will be held today. Coach
Pontius will be on the field at the
usual time and expects every man to
be out. This will be the last prac-
tice this week.
The last practice session will be
held next Monday afternoon, and it
is very probable that scrimmage will
be the order of the day. The backfield'
will continue to come out twice a week
for the rest of the year. A pep ses-
sion for the football men will be held
in the near future, the date to be an-
noun ced later.

Fharmics Fall to Appear
Only one of the two scheduled games
in the class baseball tournament was
staged yesterday, both the foresters
and pharmics failing to put in an ap-
pearance at the appointed time for
their tilt.
As the first step toward unraveling
the triple tie existing in the lit divi-
sion as the result of the defeat of the
seniors at the hands of the freshmen,
the junior lits took their game from
the latter by a score of 5 to 4, only
after a hard battle. Codd for the ju-
niors pitched good ball, being hit hard
in only two frames, the third and fifth,
the freshmen scoring twice in both.
Crockett of the losers also twirled a
fine game. The feature of the game
was the work, of Fraser of the juniors,

the lanky backstop getting three hits
out of four trips to the plate.
ALL-FRESH READY FOR BATTLE
Stiff Work Has Prepared Men for Hard
Fight With Polish Seminary
In preparation for the hardest fight
of the year, with the Polish Seminary
of Orchard Lake, which will take place
Saturday, the yearling ball-tossers
have been putting in some hard licks
all week. Coach Ralph McGinnis would
not give out the line-up for Saturday,
but a materially strengthened team

will entertain Varsity rooters in the
absence of the big team.
The Polish lads have been hitting
.348 all season, and bested the Ypsi
nine to the tune of 8-0. The contest
will start immediately after the Stan-
ford meet, and will be staged on the
Varsity diamond.
R ACQUE TERS PLAY SEMI-FINALS
Steketee and Knoche Take Matches
Without Trouble
The semi-finals in the freshman ten-

afternoon, failed to provide anything
startling for the court-game fans. Ste-
ketee and Knoche, doped as certain
winners, landed their matches with
comparative ease, although Goldsmith
gave the All-Fresh captain the scare
of his life in the first set. Knoche and
Steketee will hook up in the finals
the first of next week.
Summaries:
Knoche defeated Hart, 6-2, 6-1.
Steketee defeated Goldsmith, 2-6,
6-0, 6-.
Send The Daily home. 50c for the

ersity Avenue

the--lanky--backstop--getting--thre---hits

nis tournament, played off yesterday rest of the year.

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THIS IS NOT
A HOSPITAL

You knew it and so did we, but there are a whole lot of perfectly good people who
passed us by because, when they read

Soplionores

C. L. Rasmussen
W. A. Darnell
R. Dodd
M. B. Doty
A. C. Foley
G. H. Snell
B. JDonaldson
W. McKee
J. A. Rings
G. R. Matteson
G. B. Daniels
S. L. Hudd
H. B. Haskins
f. W. Helfoick
J. S. Nooton
H. M. Stephen
S. W. Walfo
ff. S. Hatch
A. A. Clark
E. G. Dudley
R. A. Cole
E. M. Hoerneo
H. M. Nelson
P. T. Raymond
The following

i . W. Edwards
I. J. Brazell
J. Sharpe
R. Johnson
R. H. Berment
Ii. H-. Erley
R. L. Bower
T. J. Bower
K. A. Nelson
C. A. Baske
C. C. Andrews
H'. P. Harsha
1-i. G. King
E. F. Metz
E. Raymond
K. Keena
R. Loveland
A. B. Weston
E. Berry
W. R. Stark
E. H. Hyman
J. W. Ewing
J. A. Johnson.
P. B. Newcomb
men have been plac-

"THE

RENELLEN
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE

HOSPICE"

TOLEDO INVITES WOLVERINE
ATHLETES TO JOIN IN MEET
Michigan athletes are invited to
participate in the annual municipal 1
field meet to be held in Toledo on
Saturday, June 17. High schools, ath-
letic clubs, Y. M. C. A.'s and colleges
of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana will be
represented. The program of events '
will be divided into three heads, in-
ter-scholastic, local, and open. Medals
and cups valued at $500.00 will be of-
fered. A special event will be run in
which college runners from different
cities will be pitted against each other.

They instantly whiffed ether, carbolic acid and iodoform gauze.

Quite true we do re-

store jaded appetites and build up much abused digestions with good food, properly pre-
pared, but you don't find that in the name.

That is why I have to tell you that we
serve the best meals in Ann Arbor.

the tug-of-war teams to take

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