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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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isurance against their being molested or bumped into by .the.
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MICHIGAN9 FAILS ENTRY
IN PENN RELY GAMES
POOR CONDITION- OF RUNNERS
RESPONSIBLE FOR LAST
DECISION

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AFTER EASTER SALE
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Carl Johnson will not compete in the
Penn relays to be held Friday and Sat-
urday. It had been expected by every-
one that Michigan's star track man
would make a good showing at the
event up until last night when Coach
Farrell announced that Michigan
would have no representatives at the
meet.
The coach feels that the squad is
not in good enough condition to war-
rant the trip to Pl~iladelphia. Adverse
weather has retarded practice and the
men have not been able to keep in
shape. Several of the men were also
held up because of sickness. The
cinder squad will be kept here to rest
and prepare for other contests later
in the season.
It was thought that Carl Johnson
would be entered in the running broad
jump and perhaps in the 100-yard
dash. Johnson won the jump at the
Conference session last year, leaping
23 feet 11 inches. This established a
new record.
With the exception of the 1917 sea-
son when the same thing happened,
Michigan has not missed the Penn re-
lays meet for many years.
- Buy Victory Bonds -
Plans Announced
For Class Games
At a meeting of the interclass base-
ball managers held last Monday night,
it was decided to hold practice on
south Ferry field at 3:15 o'clock every
day of the week except Wednesday and
Saturday. On Saturday the work will
begin at 10:16 o'clock in the morn-
ing.
Three diamonds have been marked
out to take care of the large number
of men who are expected to report
for this activity. A schedule will be
announced about the middle of next
week giving the order in which the
games will be played. The system this
year will be first to decide the depart-
mental winners who in turn will play
each other to determine the campus
championship.
In past years interclass games have
always aroused much enthusiasm
among the students because no unusu-
al amount of ability is necessary to
make the teams and because this is
the only legitimate method of empha-
sizing class distinction and competi-
tion. There have been as many as
eight teams playing <at the same time
under the direction of Doctor May.
Numerals - will probably be award-
ed if the season is a success.
Work will start promptly at 3:15
o'clock Thursday afternoon.
-- Buy Victory Bonds ---
BASEBALL SCORES
American League
Detroit-Cleveland-postponed, rain.
R. H. E.
Boston.................10 13 0
New York ................. 0 4 4
Batteries-Mays and Schang; Mo-
gridge and Hannah.
R. H.E .
Washington................1 7 1
Philadelphia.............0 9P1
Batteries-Johnson and Agnew; Per-
ry and Perkins.
R. H. E.
Chicago ..................13 21 1
St. Louis ................. 4 10 3
Batteries-C. Williams and Schalk;
Davenport, Rogers, Leifield, Koob and
Billings.
National League
R. H.E.
Brooklyn .................6 6 3
Boston ................... 1 5 4
Batteries-Grimes and Miller; Nehf,
Ryan, Fillingam and Wilson.
R. HE.
New York ......... .10 141
Philadelphia ............. 7 16 3
Batteries-- Barnes and McCarthy;
Jacobs and Adams.
Pittsburg..................Rain
Chicago....................Rain
R H.E.
St. Louis...............1..2 6 0
Cinneinnati............. 6 7 0

Batteries- May, Sherdel, Meadows,
and Snyder; Ruether, Luque, Eller and
Rariden, Allen.
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WOLTERINE TANK TEAM
TO FACE De A. C. FRIDAY
STEKETEE, JOYCE AND BABCOCK
ENTERED IN OPENING
MATCH
Michigan's first swimming team will
meet the D. A. C. tank men for the
laurelshat the Ann Arbor Y. M. C. A.
pool at 8 o'clock Friday evening
The men have been working out for
the last two days and the entries for
tomorrow night's meet were picked
Wednesday afternoon.
Entries May Vary
One or two changes may be made
in the following list before the meet.
From Steketee, Robertson, Babcock,
Joyce and Dinwiddie, four men will be
picked for the 80 yard relay, each
man swimming 20 yards. Entries for
the other events will be as follows: 20
yard back stroke-Babcock and Joyce;
20 yard crawl-Robertson, Dinwiddie
and Joyce; 60 yard crawl - from
Robertson, Joyce and Gilmore two
men will be picked; 20 yard breast
stroke-Babcock and Loeb. A fancy
diving quartette composed of Dru-
lard, Moses, White and Moon may be
cut to two men.
Don Nixon, holder of the state in-
door and outdoor records, is the most
important of the D. A. C. entries. Oth-
er well known swimmers including
David Nixon, Paul Roberts and Paul
Strasburg will represent the Detroit
team Friday night.
Mann to Accompany Squad
Coach Mann's mermaids will give an
exhibition directly after the meet.
Mann is to accompany the team in
Ann Arbor.
Babcock is the holder of the state
and national championships for the
breast stroke and has been showing
even better form than usual at the
workouts of late. It is doubtful if the
Detroit aggregation can furnish any
successful competition in this event.
Dinwiddie is a new man on the squad
and promises to do some fast work
Friday night. He is the holder of
records on the Pacific coast.
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YPSI- VARSITY GAME
TO BE HELD TODAY
Rain stopped the game which was
to have been played Wednesday after-
noon between Ypsilanti Normal school
and Coach Lundgren's baseball team,
and the battle was postponed until
Thursday afternoon at 4:05 o'clock. if
the weather at this time' permits.
The diamond mentor was counting
upon this tilt to give the Varsity some
much needed practice but clouds gath-
ered in the morning and by the time
for the game the ball field was a lake
of mud. Director Bartelme phoned the
Normal officials before they left for
Ann Arbor and arranged for the game
today and also for one on Tuesday of
next week.
--Buy Victory Bonds -
TYPEWRITERS and Office Supplies,
rentals and repairs. Agent for Rem-
ington, Monarch, and Smith Premier.
G. E. Washington, 8-9 A. A. Sav. Bank

For the First Warm Days:
A Silk Frock
It may be quite simple, for school or business
wear--or druped or beaded, for afternoons.
Of Georgette crepe, foulard, crepe de chine
and taffeta--and in many lovely combinations of
these materials,
Navy blue, apple green, tan and taupe--these
are the favorite Spring colors for Spring dresses,
but the big collection includes many more.
If you have not yet seen the fascinating array
of Dolmans, Capes and coats--of which you will
surely want one for.this spring and summer-..
come tomorrow. There are scores of interesting
styles.
Silk'stockings--plain and clocked and em-
broidered--n full assortment of sizes.
main and Liberty Sts.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Go Easy; Don't Speed!.
The motor cycle division of the Ann
Arbor police force is again arresting
speedears. The speed limit within the
icty limits is 15 miles per hour.
- Buy Victory Bonds -
Advertise in The Daily.-Adv.

Get your Daily subscription at once
and get the full benefit of the reduc-
ed price.-$1.00.-Adv.
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Martha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday. Tice's Drug Store. -Ad.

University of Michigan
Summer Session 1919
More than Soo courses conducted by a staff
of 250 members of the regular faculties of the
University. All University facilities available

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Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering
and Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study,
Library Methods, Biological Station, Embalm-
ing and Sanitary Science, Public Health Nursing
June 30-- August 22; Medicine and Surgery,
June. 30-August 8; Law, Jine 23-July 26 and
July 28-August 3o.
The work is equivalentin method, character and credit value
to that cf the academic session, and may be counted toward de-
grees. Certificates of credit and attendance issued. Many spe-
cial lectures, recitals, concerts and excursions. Cosmopolitan
student body. Delightful location. Expense low.
For further information, address
T. E. RAN KIN
Box 20, Ann Arbor, Michigan

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LOST
LOST--A dark greyish green coat
with belt in back, was taken from
room 207 Natural Science Bldg. last
. Thursday. Please call C. H. New-
zan, 1089-W.
LOST-Lady's gold wrist watch, be-
tween High School and 909 E. Uni-
versity Ave. Reward for return to
A. G. Canfield, at above address.
LOST--Gold South Bend watch, chain
and silver knife. Reward. Phone
666.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Office suite of, four
rooms, newly decorated, at 605 East
Wiliams. Apply to University Mu-
sic house, cor. Williams and May-,

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Fine large Morris canoe,
excellent condition; complete with
paddles, cushions and back-rest;
cost $125; must sell by Saturday as
I am leaving city. 903 W. Huron
St. Phone 1571-W.
FOR SALE-A guitar, large size. Call
179.
WANTED
WANTED-A canoe in good condition
State price and details in first let-
ter. Box U, Daily.
WANTED--Club of 15 or25 boarders
for next school year. Phone 4287M.
.ISCELLAXIOUS
' S APHONES-Repadded and clean-
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ALL-FRESH NOTICE
All-Fresh baseball practice will
be held at 2:30 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in order to allow the men
to witness the Varsity match lat-
er in the day.

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Baseball Taboo in City Streets
The Ann Arbor police department
wishes to announce that there is a
city ordinance against playing base-
ball in the streets.
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The Daily is a campus institution
-Support it. $1.00 for the rest of the
college year.-Adv.
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100 Tennis Rackets to select from at
Wahr's University Book Store.-Adv.

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