THE MICHIG. N DAILY
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Princeton Foobaill Schedule Arranged
Princeton, N. J., Fob. 18--The ol-
lowingm schedule has been arranged
for the Princeton eleven: , Oct. 4,
Trinity; Oct. 11, Lafayette; Oct. 18,
Fordham; Octi 25, Colgate; Nov. 1,
West Virginia; Nov. 8, Harvard; Nov.
Daily Want ads bring results.
Ii4nois Fall ''enT Call ii Trip
Urbana, 11, Web.t 18 The tsnthern
training trip for the University of
Illinois baseball team which had been
suggested has been called off. The
actioni was made necessary because of
the difficulty in securing the desired
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FOR WINNING TEAM
Prospects for a championship track
team brightened considerably during
the examination weeks and the new
semester has returned many old tim-
ers on Michigan's cinder squad.
The squad has been strengthened
most remarkably in the weight events.
Lindstrom was the only one of ex-
perience who had reported at the last
practice before blue books, but now
the return of Pat Smith and Baker
make what was one of the weakest
points of the team one of the strong-
In the distance events Bouma, who
ran on the cross country team the year
before last, has come back from serv-
ice. He will probably run the mile
and the half mile. Walker has also
returned for the half mile jog.
Haigh, who won many points last
year in the high jump, has returned
and will compete in the same event.)
In the 440 Mesner and Schofield have
both made appearance. 1\Mesner was
on last year's team and Schofield has
had experience on the relay.
Yesterday the shot putting pit was
opened for pole vaulting and West-
brook and Slaughter both vaulted over
11 feet. Cross, probably the best of
the pole vaulters, was not vaulting due
to a slight injury which will keep him
away from practice for a day or two.
In the sprints Johnson, Losch, and
Cook were all out.
The schedule for the year has not
been announced yet but according to
Information given out by Notre
Dame, Michigan will meet Notre
Dame in Waterman gymnasium tthe
afternoon of March 1. This will prob-
ably be the first meet of the year for
There have been two dual tennis
meets between Annapolis and Michi-
gan, both of which Michigan has won.
HAR AES CEOULED
FOR COMING WEEK END
i'0A(A MITCHELL DESIRES TO
WIN ESPECIALLY FROM
Michigan's Varsity basketball five
is now engaged in one of the biggest
and most important weeks of its prac-
tice. The squad is being put through
the hardest of training and grilling
in preparation for two gruelling games
next week-end. Mitchell's men have
been having an easy time of it lately,
but the twos battles with Ohio State
and Chicago here seem to furnish op-
pertunity to slip over some victories
that will make the percentage column
hard Workout Last Night
A scrimmage and regular workout
-took place last night. This has been
the program since last Wednesday.
Coach Mitchell is especially desir-
ous of putting it over Ohio State. This
school is tied with Michigan with a
percentage of .250. The tie in per-
centages is not, as is often the case,
aft expression of the true state of af-
fairs. Ohio State is not as strong as
the Wolverines. Their defeats have
ben by large margins in every in-
stance, losing to Illinois, 25-20, to
Purdue, 42-20, jind to Indiana 37-21.
Michigan, on the other hand, has lost
the third place by only 9 points. Even
Chicago, with an absolutely clean rec-
ord, won from the Varsity by only a
Coach Mitchell has announced that
the line-up for next Friday night
against Ohio will be Hewlett and
Karpus, forwards; McClintock, cen-
ter; Richner and Williams, guards.
Substitutions will be made during the
game as will seem necessary to keep
the team in shape for the game with
Chicago the following night and still
cinch the Ohio match.
YEAIRLING YINASILM CLASSES
I) OPEN THURSDAY AFTERNOON
F'reshman gymnasium classes will
start tomorrow according to Dr. May,
t'he first class to be held at 3:15
All fresh lits end engineers should
enroll and have their lockers assign-
ed before that i:e. They shold:also
have their gyni equipment and be
ready to go to work on the first day.
A whie track suit and tennis shoes
Dr. May stated that he would make
an announcement relative to freshmen
track at the first class. Cards will be
passed out on which all men desiring
to go out for freshman track will be
asked to place their previous exper_-
iece and the high school which they
have attended. These will be handed
over to Coach Farrell who is to take
charge of the work. All who show
ability and desire to go out for track
will be allowed to vyork out during
teir regular class hours but it will be
necessary for them to report regu-
It was in 1881 that Michigan met
Princeton for the first and only time
on the gridiron. The Wolverines were
defeated by a score of 13 to 4.
FEW MEN OUT FOR
Fewer than 10 men reported for the
first baseball workout of the year at
\va terman gymnasium yesterday. The
practice was under Captain Knode
and the men loosened their arms by
rolling the ball to each other over
the gym floor. The little shortstop
will have charge of the workouts un-
til the arrival of Coach Lundgren who
is expected in two weeks.
Thebprospects for the season are
very bright. Practically all of. last
year's team are-now in the University,
many of them having returned this
w eek. Last spring's championship in-
field will probably remain intact. First
baseman Adams and the hard hitting
service and results try a Da
Mraz are again enrolled in scho
while Captain Knode and Tommy Ga
rett have been here throughout t
The pitching staff and the outfle
are the only places where there a
holes to be filled and as numero
men from the freshman teams of t
past two years, who have not as y
played Varsity baseball, are in tl
University Coach Lundgren shou
have little trouble filling them.
In 1910 Michigain playe4 an 18 i
ning game with Notre Dame, the fin
score being 2 to 3 in favor of Mic
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unusual in style, and very graceful; the afternoon frocks in
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French blue, navy, taupe shades, green, brown and tan, are
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