THE MICHIGAN DAILY FIY
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T THE THEATERS
to be a notable feature of the produc-
tion in its reality.
Anita Stewart in "A Midnight Rom-
ance," will be the attraction at this
theater for three days beginning Sun-
UCAPTAIN EXPECTS TEAM
TO, WIN BIG TEN MEET
PRICTICE TO BE HELD
ON FERRY FIELD SOON
Students May Vote by Mail
Denying the rumor that University!
students who are citizens of other
towns or cities than Ann Arbor will
be allowed to cast their votes in this
city, the Ann Arbor city clerk e:x-
plained that votes may be cast by
mail as usual, and that registration
must be by mail.
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
AT THE ARCADE
BASEBALL WORKOUTS TO
TO DIAMOND NEXT
Majestic-"The Girl Dodger."
Arcade-"Sauce for the Goose."
Wuerth - "The Talk of the'
Orpheum-"Child of M'sieu."
Shubert - Garrick - Detroit-
All week - "Old Lady 31."
Constance Talmadge is faced with
a most perplexing problem in "Sauce
for the Goose," which will be shown
at the Arcade theater for the last
times Friday. She is an attractive but
neglected young wife whose husband's
interest is being diverted by a mid-
dle-aged and designing widow. Miss
Talmadge is recognized as a comedi-
enne of no little ability and her ef-
forts to bring the "Gander" back to
his senses meet with amusing suc-
Louis Bennison will be shown Sun-
day and Monday in "Sandy Burke of
Detroit Opera House on
ampus - All week - "Come
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AT THE WUERTH
AT THE MAJESTIC
Charles Ray appears as a dreamy,
ok-worm student, who eventually
ossoms out in most surprising fash-
n, in his latest Paramount picture,
'he Girl Dodger,". which will be
own at the Majestic, Friday and
An excellent cast, including Doris
e as leading lady, supports the star,
d the background of student life,
mpus excitement and rivalry, is said
Dorothy Phillips, emotional star,
has a real purpose in her picture,
"The Talk of the Town," which is be-
ing shown Friday at the Wuerth thea-
ter. This purpose is to correct the
tendency of parents to regard ignor-
ance as innocence in their children's
Miss Phillips plays the part of a
young girl who comes dangerously
near to falling into moral pitfalls as
a result of her ignorance.
TO BRING IN YOUR
"Barring accidents, Michigan will
win thesConference meet by at least
10 points." This was the prediction
made by Captain Sedgwick in an inter-
view Thursday when questioned as
to the chances for victory at North-
western Friday and Saturday.
Unless someone who is counted on
for points does not come up to ex-
pectations the Michigan leader is con
fident that the Conference track ham-
pionship will stay where it nw is,
on the Ann Arbor campus.
All members of the team that did
not go yesterday with Coach Farrell
leave this morning at 8:50 with Man-
ager James H. Clarke and Captain
Sedgwick. Men entered in the yield
events and the distance runs are in-
cluded in this group.
Points in Shot Put
Smith and Walls have been putting
the. 16 pound shot so well in the last
few days that there are hopes for a
double win in this event. Both have
outheaved any records made by Con-
ference weight throwers this year.
Late reports from Purdue and Illi-
nois indicate that Cross and Wcst-
brook will be opposed by some real
competition in the persons of Keifer,
and Bucheit, who have been vaulting
unusually well in practice the past
week. Bucheit cleared 11 feet, 3
inches, beating Rademaker of Notre
Dame last Saturday and has a record
a few inches higher than this. What
difference the Northwestern dirt floor
will make is not known, but Cross has
always done better vaulting when he
was on real earth and may do some
record work. Westbrook will be up
against his first stiff competition and
the vaulting he does will be reggrd-
ed with extreme interest.
Many Entered in 440
A large group of fgrmer Confer-
ence point winners will be gathered
in the 440 yard dash. Weber of North-
western took second in the outdoor
meet last spring and Hamilton, also
from the Purple school, placed fourth
indoors in the meet March, 1917.
Briggs of Indiana is the logical fav-
orite as he took second in the indoor
meet last year. Kennedy of Chicago
was able to defeat the Northwestern
entries last week and seems to be
the only man with a chance to win
from the Hoosier runner.
Chicago's right to the relay cham-
pionship is not as clear as it was
before the Northwestern meet last
Saturday. For fully half the race the
Purple runners lead the Midway four,
and it was only by a great sprint
that McCosh, of Chicago, was enabled
to pass Hamilton in the last few
yards,aand win the event by inches.
The. relay race will probably be one
of the most exciting and hotly con-
tested events on the program.
Ann Arbor Passes Up Window Night
Although "window night" will be
observed this year in a number of the
larger Michigan cities, and many of
the towns, on March 21, usually ac-
counted the first day of spring, Ann
Arbor merchants will probably make
no unusual outlay on the occasion.
When questioned on , the subject
several merchants declared they knew
nothing of the celebration, but ap-
proved of the idea. The observance
of "window night" consists in the
merchants dressing their show win-
dows with spring offerings and decor-
ations in keeping with the occasion.
Signs of spring have made the mn
anxious to feel something more solid
under their feet than the gym floor,
but nothing can be done until the
grounds are pronounced fit for the
wear and tear of the spiked shoes.
It is hoped that at the beginning of
next week, or in the midle of the week
at the latest, that the squad may
start work on Ferry field.
Practices thus far have been held
in the Waterman gym from 1 to 3,
a time inconvenient for many who
have wished to try out. As soon as
the outside work begins practice will
be held from 3:30 to 5:30.
The material now at hand has given
the coach much satisfaction in the
manner they have developed. Twenty-
eight men now comprise the first
string. It must be clearly under-
stood that it is not yet too late to
come out for baseball, but it is ad-
vised that those men who are con-
templating coming out do so as soon
as possible because the inside prac-
tices, though somewhat preliminary
and preparatory, are invaluable to
the players who have been out of the
game for a year.
Six Veterans Back
Six veterans have returned to
form the nucleus of the team. With
this foundation it is thought that a
world-beating nine will be built up.
The squad now consists of the fol-
lowing men: pitchers, Glenn, Scheid-
ler, Parks, Lemp, Kimball and Crock-
ett; catchers, Huber, Hayes, Schluntz,
and Cohn; first base, Adams, Bower-
709 N. UNIVERSITY
"Baseball practice will be conduct-
ed outdoors as soon as we are cer-
tain that this favorable weather is
here to stay," said Coach Lundgren
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man, and Novak; second base, Gar-
rett, Pheney, and Labadie; third
base, Fromke, and Anderson; short-
stop, Knode, and Van Boven; outfield,
McGoven, Carmen, Cooper, Langen-
ham, Johns, Karpus, Rychiener, and
Hall. New names are being added to
this list daily.
Labadie, trying out for second base,
has attracted some attention because
of his relationship to the famous In-
dian baseball captain of sevral years
ago. He has done well in practice
but has for competition Garrett, who
cinched a birth on the team last year.
Parks is another man who is be-
ing watched carefully. He was on the
squad two years ago but was in the
service last spring, so his showing
possesses some interest. He is believed
to be fine pitching material and ought
to round out into wonderful form in
the course of a few practices.
BOSTON UNIVERSITY PLANS TO
ARRANGE FOR FELLOWSHIPS
Boston university will adopt a pol-
icy similar to the method employed
by the University in entering into
agreements with large industrial firms
who endow fellowships for research,
accordng to Dri William M. Warren,
professor and dean of the liberal arts
college of Boston university.
After conferring with the chemistry
faculty of the engineering college
Tuesday, Dr. Warren' gave 'his ap-
proval of the University's policy and
intimated, before returning to Bos-
ton, that his university would make
similar agreements hereafter.
April 5th to 12th inclusive
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