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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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White, 2 b., Van Boven, s. s., Novak,
3 b., Schluntz, 1. f., Morrison and Vick,
c. f., Ohlmacher, r. f.

Yearlings Urged
To Support Track

PEOPLE ARE BUYING HUNDREDS OF
VOLUMES of science, history, travel, biography, and fic
tion at my big annual book sale which is now in its third

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Y IYi Y/YI g1Y Y1C I Y II Y Nona@

DOPE FAORS aMI'CHIGAN
IN CHICGODCULMEET'
WOLVERINES LOOK STRONG INl
NINE OUT OF FOURTEEN t
EVENTS
Bearing in mind the results of the
;hicago-Wisconsin dual track meet of
iast Saturday, it is much easier nowI
to make a forecast as to the probable
outcome of the Maroon-Wolverine+
meet scheduled for May 17.1
Although the Chicago tracksters
came out with the large end of the
tally they did not do as well as ex-l
pected in several events. Kimball,
who is their strongest weight man did
not participate in the meet at all and
it is not known whether he will be
eligible for next Saturday or not. Hig-
gins; ,the Windy Ciy's former star
shot-putter who was expected to be
in the running by the time the athletes
got outdoors, has not yet returned
from France.
Weights Favor Wolverines
This seems to give the Wolverines
the edge on all the weight events..
However, Farrell has no one who can
compete successfully with them in the
javelin throw. Michigan looks strong
in the hammer throw, thus dividing
the points in the added outdoor events.
Farrell's men appear to be stronger
than the Chicago athletes in 9 of the
14 events. The dope favors the Maize
and Blue exeentionally in the shot
put, and hammer and discus throws.
Carl Johnson will undoubtedly take
the broad jump and the high jump,
continuing his record breaking work
in the distance jump. The pits of
late have seen some remarkably good
wo\k in this line.
Butler Hits Stride
Butler will probably come away'
with the honors in the quarter mile
run being in shape for 50 seconds
work now. It is believed that he could
better that mark, if he were pushed.
The dope sheet grants Michigan the
dashes and the hurdles.aSteve has an
aggregation that is hard to beat in
that line, Johnson, Cook, and Losch,
all showing good form in the workouts
of late.
McCosh beat Captain Sedgwick to

the tape in the t wo-mile run in the in-!
doOr conference meet, but the way that
Sed(g has been stepping off the dis-
taices in the last two weeks, seems
to point to the fact that the Chicago
two-milcr will run the fastest race of
his life if he expects to repeat his
victory. Since Sedgwick has come out
on the cinder track he has improved
considerably.
(,rahlant To Vaut
Graham, of Chicago, has shown some
remarkable work in the pole vault and
the midway fans have conceded this
event to; him. On the other hand,
Cross and Westbrook have increased
their height since the last competition
and Michigan is not granting Graham
anything in the vault until he proves
his worth at Ferry field.
The coach, the trainer and all the
track men are praying for a thermom-
eter rise and for the weather man to
bring some of the long delayed spring
weather. With a few sunny days this'
week in which to. take the last trace
of stiffness cut of their muscles, the
thinclad men will be in firstclass con-
dition for the contest next Saturday.
VICTORY PREDICTED
FOR TENNIS TEAM
Coach Mack feels confident of a vic-
tory over Chicago in the tennis meet
next Saturday after the easy defeat of
M. A. C. The tournament will be
held in the morning so that Wes-
brook can enter in the track meet
in the afternoon.
Wesbrook and Bartz will be the en-
.tries for the Saturday game. As Wes-
brook has been playing up to his usual
form he will have no trouble in walk-
ing away with his sets. In last Satur-
day's match he had no trouble in out-
playing Ileden, his opponent. He was
able to keep the M. A. C. representa-
tive on the defensive throughout the
whole contest.
The practice today will consist of a
game with the frosh squad. This prom-
ises to be an interesting match for the
yearlings have been improving rapid-
ly with steady practice and are now
playing a good brand of tennis.
These who advertise in The Mlcli-
gan Daily eater > ALL Michigan
ytiideuts.-Adv.

ARSITY NINE WALLO1.PS
MITCHELL'S ALL-FRISH
UTILITY TEAM SELECTED TO GIVE
VARSITY MORE COMPE-
TITION
Baseball practice on Monday took
the form of a fast game between the
Varsity and .the All-fresh, The game
was a pretty pitchers' battle for three
innings, after which the Varsity ran
over four runs on three hits and three
errors. The final score was 4 to 0.
Huback Fans Pair
Glenn and Huback started for the
two teams and kept the hitting well in
hand all of the time. The freshman
pitcher got several strikeouts and
worked well throughout the entire
game. Glenn was in good condition
and had no difficulty in holding the
first year men in hand. Huback start-
ed 'the game by fanning two of the
first three men that faced him.
Michigan Agricultural College plays
here Wednesday and Michigan will be
without the expected amount of prac-
tice, due to the jinx that is appar-
ently after the Varsity. The Aggie
coach has sucdeeded in putting a fast
team of veterans on the field, and the
squad has had several opportunities
to play in the last few days.
Practice Team Announced
In order to give the first string nine
more actual competition, Coach Lund-
gren has selected the following team
which will play practice games with
the Varsity on Tuesday, Thursday,
and Friday afternoons: Morrison and
Vick, c., Engels, p., Adams, 1 b.,
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
American League
Cleveland, 6; Detroit, 4.
Washington, 4; New York, 4 (called
on account darkness).
Philadelphia-New York (rain).
St. Louis, 3; Chicago, 4.

"Those freshmen who took part in
the interclass meet seem to think that
their work for the season is com-
pleted," said Coach Farrell, Tuesday
afternoon. "They have the wrong
idea. The fact is that there is more
than a month yet in which to come
out and every man ought to take ad-
vantage of this."
The coach also stated that the lock-
ers in the Ferry field club house can-
not be retained by men who are not
consistent in their attendance at the
field. Three times a week is the num-
ber that will fulfill the requirements
and also be most likely to keep the
men in the right condition.
The coach is entirely satisfied with
the interclass meet and says that the
results speak well for the future of
Michigan's cinder reputation. These
annual meets may always be consider-
ed as barometers by which the fu-
ture can be predicted. One of the best
points of the last tourney is that in
the material brought forward among
the freshmen there was not a single
man that stood pre-eminently above
the others as to ability. This has a
decided effect on the spirit of the
group and competition can be devel-
oped more favorably under these con-
ditions. At present there are a score
of men who have performed creditably
and are not hopelessly outshown.
ATTENTION STUDENTS!
MEN- Two energetic, with rig or
automobile, to sell unusual line in the
country. BIG MONEY! Must have
small capital and furnish r.eferences.
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week.

YOU ARE INVITED to examine my sale-tables
daily. Four large tables loaded with worth-while books.

A few of the authors follow:

Huard

Chamberlain

London

Northcliffe
Abbott
Bigelow
Carleton
Palmer
Rinehart

Gale

Porter

King

Deland

McCutcheon

Locke
Parker
Hardy

Oppenheim

Dawson
Lincoln

National League
Boston-Philadelphia (rain).
New York, 3; Brooklyn, 2.
Chicago, 2; Pittsburg, 3.
Cincinnati-St. Louis (rain).

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IT WILL SURPRISE YOU just how cheaply you
can buy the very books you have been wanting in this sale.
I am adding many volumes of different titles each day in,
order to keep the tables filled with tempting books.
A SPECIAL IS OFFERED each day of the sale.
Prices are greatly reduced on all articles displayed on, this
bargain table. On one day this week I will offer'fine sta-

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tionery at extremely low prices.

specials will be leather hand-bags, M book-racks, desk
calendars, playing cards, etc., etc. There will be something

On other days the sale-

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DON'T MISS THE RIGHT DAY.

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seam as the dominant style note of the season, and in keeping with
standards we've got waist-seam models aplenty-and the young

YOU WILL ENJOY visiting this busy store during
the sale. Take all the time you like to "shop around" at the

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different attractive tables.

You will not be hurried. Clerks

will be ready to assist you as you desire and to wait upon

se of Kuppenheimer has sent us some un-
ressions of the idea; new waist-seam con-
e and double breasted effects; body-tracing models and others. Re-
cs and patterns that appeal to good taste.
$35,$40, $45, $50

you when you have made your selections.

CHARLES W.,

GRAHAM

N. F. ALLEN CO.

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