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INTEACLISS ATHLETICS
SET FOR MEET TODAY
ENTRIES DURING WEEK SWELL
TOTAL OF NUMERAL
IV ASPIRANTS
Providing there is good weather
this afternoon, Ferry field will see one
of the biggest interclass track and
field meets of the last few years.
Nearly 75 entries have been chalked
up on the, chart in the Ferry field club
house. Only two events were thrown
out because of lack of entries, the two
mile run and the javelin,
No Delay Expected
The meet is scheduled for 2:30
o'clock and the men in charge wish
-all of the runners to be on !time
that no delay will mar the occasion.
The officials will be picked from the
Varsity track team, the men having
charge of their own .events. In this
way several events can be run off at
the same time.
The list of entries:
100 yard dash-Dunne, Ensel, Joy-
ner, Craig, Simpson, Goorin, Rea,
Nash, F. Losch, Wetzel, Wheeler,
Moesch, Murchison.
220 yard dash-Dunne, Joyner, Nash,
Losch, Wetzel, Wheeler, Czysz, Murch-
ison, Moesch, Benson, Weman.
440 yard dash-Ensel, Joyner, Lux,
Purcell, Shaw, Nash, Wheeler, Wet-
zel, Moesch.
880 yard run-J M. Moore, Lukins,
Carson, Douglas, Sedgwick, 'Shaw,
Walker, Brennan, Wheeler, Douglas.
Mile-Marshall, Hofstetter, Harris,
Everett, Earle, Miller, Swartz, Coop-
er, Earhart, Houfstater.
120 high hurdles-Dunne, Lashmet,
Herringshaw, Simpson, C. W. Moore,
Booth.
17 Enter Broad Jump
Running broad jump-Worcester,
Dunne, Lashmet, Herringshaw, Simp-
son, Rea, Brennan, Akers, O'Connell,
C. L. Smith, S. B. Scith, Wheeler,
Wetzel, Grindley, Pettibone, McIndore,
Benson.
Running high jump - Dunne, Her-
ringshaw, Rlea, O'Connell, Shannon,
S. B. Smith, Norris,\ Grindley, Petti-
bone, Broome, Platts.
Pole vault-Kyser, Heath, Broad-
well, Shannon, North, Tompson.
Shot put - Dunne, Gilmore,. Barnes,
F. Jacobs, Czysz, Kay, Benson, Ran-
kin.
Discus - Dunne, Ensel, Gilmore,
Brennan, F Jacob, Pettibone, Rankin,
Benson.
220 low hurdles-Dunne, Lashmet,
Simpson, Grindley, Schirmer.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES

'MASS COMPETITION
STOPPED BY RAINS
Michigan will not participate in the
Conference mass athletic meet as ad-
verse weather conditions have kept
men from coming out and training for
the events. At least 200 athletes
must be entered in the meet and not
more than 50 men have been out
any one night. As the meet is to take
place between May 14 and 24 the
prospects are that Michigan cannot
enter, according to Dr. George A.
May.
He says that this is the worst
spring from the weather standpoint
he has experienced in Ann Arbor, but
other conference teams have had more
favorable weather.
"In as much as the no-athletes, for
whom mass athletics were arranged
primarily, refuse to cavort in track
uniforms on cold days, the failure of
the plan at Michigan is easily under-
stood. The failure rests with the
weather entirely.
"These men, unused to track work
and not knowing how to care for
themselves under varying conditions,
have a good reason for not coming
out," he continued.
Mass athletics will be considered
again next year, when better weather
can be expected, with better oppor-
tunities for training.
Under the proposed plan each uni-
versity holds contests on its own field.
Results are forwarded to the several
schools for comparison and the win-
ner announced.
FARRELL'S SQUAD
IGNORES WEATHER
In spite of the unfavorable weather
Friday afternoon, the Varsity track
men had a fairly stiff workout.
Coach Farrell had almost despaired
of getting any warm weather, when
the thermometer took a healthy rise
for the first three days of the past
week, giving the track men a chance
for real work.
The results showed that stiff mus-
cles were the only thing which was
holding down the speed on the out-
door track. On Wednesday, Messner
tried his hand at the half mile and
with Larson turned out the best 880
that has been run this year. Captain
Sedgwick is running the long distance
in good form. Pat Smith, who has
teen tossing the weights, has shown
exceptional ability at throwing the dis-
cus.
Cook and Losch have been tearing,
off the sprints in a way that promises
well for the Chicago meet next Satur-
day. Cross and Westbrook have been
shoving up the bar graduallykin their
pole vaulting, and Wesbrook is de-
veloping into a very good broad jump-
er. Johnson is displaying the old
world-beating form in the 100 yard
event but has not had much oppor-
tunity to practice hurdling.
Most of the Varsity men will work-
out this morning on account of the
interclass meet this afternoon.
ALPHA PHI DOWNS PI BETA PHI
IN GA1E RESULTING FROM TIE

MICHIGAN RACQUET MEN
DEFEATED BY DETROIT,

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Michigan's tennis team was defeat-
ed by the Detroit Tennis club yester-
day, 4-2. Wesbrook was the only
Michigan man to win his match, He
played his usual steady game, his ser-
vice and backhand shots being es-
pecially good.
Detroit showed a reversal in form
over its last appearance. The squad
played a different game entirely, out-
playing our men in most of the match-
es. Ira Reindel, who has just return-
ed from France, proved to be a strong
addition, and with Codd, Emerson,
Radford, and Ballin, had little trouble
in taking the majority of the matches.
Bartz and Muntz played well togeth-
er in the only doubles match of the
day, defeating Reindel and Emerson.
Bowers and Popp did well in the singl-
es, but were outplayed by the more ex-
perienced men.
Bartz gave Reindel a hard fight in
the closest match of the day, but fin-
ally was defeated. The results: Wes-
brook defeated Codd 6-1, 6-3; Reindel
defeated Bartz 6-4, 6-4; Popp was
beaten by Radford 6-3, 6-3; Ballin beat.
Bowers 3-6, 6-1, 10-8; Bartz and Muntz
defeated Emerson and Reindel 6-1, 2-6,
6-2. Final score,,4-2.
THREE GAXES TO BE DECIDED
THIS MORNING IN CLASS SERIES
Three interclass baseballA matches
are scheduled for decision at 10 o'clock
this morning on south Ferry field. At
this hour the junior lits will open their
season by facing the seniors of the
same college, the junior engineers will
meet the senior engineers, and the
junior medics battle the fresh laws.
These matches are directly depend-
ent on the rather doubtful presence of
some of the class teams booked. The
general negligence of all aggregations
in the practice line has been the
marked feature of the interclass series
up to the present time.
Only one official game has been re-
corded thus far in the season. This
match ended in a victory for the
soph engineers over their departmen-u
tal freshmen last Wednesday.
All three games today will consist
of five innings.
ALL-FRESH NOTICE
All Fresh baseball practice
will be held at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon. A practice game will
be played with a picked team
of old Varsity players.
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Varsity WallNine
Omits Purdue Trip
After idling at Notre Dame on
Thursday, the Varsity baseball nine
was unable to meet Purdue yesterday
because of inclement weather and wet
grounds. The trip of the week, how-
ever, will continue, and on Saturday.
afternoon the Maize and Blue squad
swill meet the Ohio State team on the
Buckeye field.
Reputed to be one of the strongest
teams in the conference, Ohio State
will form stronger opposition for
Coach Lundgren's team than has yet
been given the Wolverines this sea-
son.' Having played but one confer-
ence game, the Buckeyes are as yet
comparatively untried in the Big Ten
running.
Their victory over the strong Co
lumbus American association team,
makes them loom ip as strong oppo-
nents for any Conference nine.
Parks will undoubtedly represent the
Wolverines, on the mound Saturday,
at Ohio State. His pitching, which is
improving, despite the fact that there
is little room for it, is expected to
help a great deal in vanquishing the
attempts of the Scarlet and Gray
squad, to annex another victory.
The fact that "their victory in the
Big Ten was won from Purdue, which
is a comparatively weak team, leads
critics to give Michigan the edge on
the Buckeyes in the game Saturday.
The general opinon is to the eff t
that the Maize and Blue teams
come home with the victory, main-
taining its 100 per cent average in
the Conference standing.
MUSEUM ASSISTANT SENDS
SPECIMENS TO UNIVERSITY
Corp. Hardy B. Sherman, assistant
in the Museum prior to the entry of
the United States into the war, has
sent several hundred insects from the
Dominican republic, Hayti, to be add-
ed to the collections here.
These specimens include all orders
of insects and are especially valued
because scientists in the past have
avoided this island owing to the dan-
gerdus hostility of the natives to for-
eigners.
The Henley regatta at Pnnsylvania
will be held May 31.

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Alpha Phi defeated Pi Beta Phi,
Friday afternoon, by the score of 25
to 17 in a game scheduled to decide
the 9-9 tie chalked up by the two so-
rorities last Tuesday.
Although the match was limited to
the four inning variety a large score
was piled up by both teams in result
of erratic fielding. Laura Peacock,
hurler for Alpha Phi, recorded Indi-
vidual honors by eliminating three
straight opposing batters in the
fourth
The game was played on the new
baseball diamond at Palmer field.
The Cornell track teams were chos-
en by Coach Moakley last Saturday.

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