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TUIES., THURS. ARRICK
AND SAT.- DE TROIT
25c and 500

Week May 22
Nights 25c-50c-75c
Starting Monday
Ending Sun. Ngt.

VAUGHAN

GLASER

And his Excellent Company,
including
FAY COURTENEY
Tl1 Present a Three Act Comedy of Atmosphere
and Action

FRESHMAN TEAM
0[,TSPOLE NINE
as Hotly Conltested
Battle
PARKS T'WIRLS FOR YEARINGS
In one of the most hotly contested
games of the season, staged yester-
day afternoon on Ferry field, with the
Polish Seminary of Orchard Lake, the
All-Fresh nine succeeded in nosing out
a 2 to 1 victory.
The game was a pitcher's battle
from start to finish, and the manner
in which Parks, Michigan's star
twirler, fanned the Poles in the tradi-
tional 1-2-3 fashion, places him on a
ipar with Turner as possible 1917 Var-
sity material. The yearling pitcher
fanned 19 men, and in but one in-
stance, when the visitors were in dang-
er of scoring, did he weaken, and then
allowed but one run, fanning the next
men up in fine fashion. Mrowka, in

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GEORGE J. MOE
EXCLUSIVE ATHLETIC GOODS

NEXT TO ARCADE

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LELAMD STANFORD TRACK TEAM
Reading from left to right: Top row---Wilcox, Lachmund, 111URRAY (captain), WILSON, "Dad" Moulton,
NORTON, "DOC" REYNOLDS, LYNN, SISSON.
Seated-Kirksey, HOUSE, SCHNELL, AUPPERLE, Drevendorff.
The men whose names appear in capital letters appeared on Ferry field Yesterday afternoon. Caughey is not
in the picture.
(Copyright, 1916, by Underwood & Underwood. Courtesy Detroit Free Press.)

Totals .....
*One man
was scored.

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out when winning runj

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Polish Seminary ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10-1
Mich., All-Fresh .) . 0 0 0 01 00 0 1-- 2
SumHa2R
Runs-Adams, Hal]. 2; Rlak, 1. Er-

VARSITt CONQUERS IN BIG
ITEET WITH. LELAND STA NFORD
(Continued from Page One)
mile is a runner of some repute, and
Wilson did this yesterday.
On the Michigan side, Ufer, Simmons
and Murphy were the bright lights,
along with Captain Smith.
The summaries of the meet:
100-yard dash-Smith (M), first;
O'Brien (M), second, Murray (S),
third. Time, 10 seconds flat.
Mile run-Wilson (S), first, Carroll
(M), second. Aupperle (S), third. Time,
4 minutes, 19 4-5 seconds. (New Fer-
ry Field record.)
120-yard hurdles-Murray (S), first,
Norton (S), second, Warner (M), third.
Time, 15 2-5 seconds. (Equals Ferry
Field record.)
440-yard lash-Lynn (S), first, Fon-
tanna (M), second, Griest (M), third.
Time, 49 4-5 seconds.
Two-mile i un-Meehan (M), first,
Kuivinen (M), second, Langley (M),
third. Time. 10 minutes, 16 seconds.
(No Stanford entries.)

220-yard hurdles-House (S), first,
Norton (S), second, Fischer (M), third.
Time, 24 seconds. (New Ferry Field
record.)
220-yard dash-Smith (M), first, Nor-
ton (S), second, O'Brien (M), third.
Time, 21 3-5 seconds.
880-yard run-Ufer (M), first Mur-
phy (M), second, Schnell (S), third.
Time, 1 minute, 55 1-5 seconds. (New
Ferry Field record.)
Shot put---Cross (M), first, Caughey
(S), second, Murray (S), third. Dis-
tance, 45 feet, 4 1-4 inches.
Hammer throw-Smith (M), first,
Caughey (S), second, Bastian (M),
third. Distance, 135 feet, 11 inches.
High lump--Simmons (M), first,
Murrav (S), second, Wickliffe (M),
third. Height, 5 feet 11 inches.
Broad jump -Sisson (S), first,
House (S), second, Field (M), third.
Distance, 23 feet, 1 1-2 inches.
Pole vault-Clark (M), first, Good-
speed (M), second. No third man en-
tered. (No stanford entries.)
(Coitinued on Page Four)

MICHIGAN DEFEATS
PENNSY BY 4TO 2

"Shorty" Miller Pitches Varsity
Victory in Eleven-Inning
Contest

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BRANI)ELL. DRIVES BALL HARD
Franklin Field, Philadelphia,, May 20.
-Although "Shorty" Miller pitched
Michigan to a victory over Cornell
only two days ago, Coach Lundgren
fired the lanky boxman right back
against Pennsylvania here this after-
noon, and he emerged a victor in an
eleven-inning fray, the final score
standing 4 to 2.
Brandell collaborated with Miller in
sensational style, driving in two of the
Michigan runs and scoring the other
two himself. "Bran" pounded out two
singles, a double and triple in addi-
tion to handling eleven chances in the
field without a slip.
Pennsylvania scored first, shoving
over a couple in the fifth on an error
by Miller, a fielder's choice which al-
lowed Sullivan to take the first corner
when the play for Cross at second was
too late. A.. Texas leaguer by Mur-
dock went for two bases, scoring both
men.
Michigan scored in the seventh,
when Brandell doubled to right and
scored on Thomas' infield single, just.
beating the throw to the plate. In
(Continued on Page Six

PRACTISE FOOTBALL MONDAY
May Be Last Session of Spring Work;
Scrimmage Improbable
Regular practice for the Varsity
football candidates will be held to-
morrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Coach Pontius will be over from De-
troit to take charge of the squad and
wants every man out for this session,
as it may be the last one of the spring
season.
It had been planned to hold a regu-
lar game tomorrow for the benefit of
the campus, but owing to the fact that
the men are not hardened to the rough
work the plan had to be given up. M.
A. C. held a regular practice game
yesterday. Indiana has been holding
scrimmage for some time and like-
wise has Illinois, but at the close of
the present season Michigan can not
consider such a practice.
A meeting for the football men will
be held in the near future, probably
after the Detroit baseball club has re-
turned from the present trip, so that
Varsity Trainer Harry Tuthill may be
present.
Every man must be out tomorrow
afternoon. Attendance will be taken
as heretofore.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of your
city. It will pay you to patronize
them. **
Look over the advertizements in
The Michigan Daily. They will in-
terest you. **

rors, Dudek, 1; Morrison, 1. Two-
the box for the Poles, fanned nine base hits, Parks. Struck out, by
men and pitched air-tight ball gen- Parks. 19; by Mrowka, 9. Base on
erally. But four hits were garnered balls, off Parks, 3; off Mrowka, 2.
by the yearlings, and three for the Wild pitches, Mrowka,.2; Parks. Hit
other side. by pitcher, by Mrowka, Middleditch;
The game was singularly free from by Parks, Makarewicz, Dudek. Um-
errors, the two catchers making the pire, Harry McCain.
only ones chalked up against either -- -
side. Yesterday's game is the first Look over the advertisements in
one the Polish Seminary has lost this The Michigan Daily. They will in-
terest you. *

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