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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'I

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VASIT TO MEET
Lundgren's lien Will Line Lip Against
Respected Foe on Ferry Field
Dianiond
FARlIERtS REPUTED TO HAVK
FT1E HURLER IN DOMNELLY
The Wolverines will stack up
aiainst the first south paw of the sea-
son this afternoon on Ferry field when
Donnelly will do the hurling for the
M. Al. C. baseball aggregation.
Reputed to be a clever pitcher, and
determined to whip the Michigan Var-
sity as a means of revenging the defeat
of the M. A. C. football team last fall,
the left handed pitcher is claiming big
things for hiiiself and his team.
Coach Lundgren is of teh opinion
that the Farmers are in fine shape for
the contest this afternoon deq ite the
jCt t tit y 1vlost itmajority of
t'liell' g44.e"',this season.
Coach Respects M. A. C.
M. A. C. has been climbing steadily
in the past week or so," said the
Coach yesterday, "and I 4;juking
op stin f tw4v4g opposithon."
pleu# is slated to start the mound
vork for the Maize and Blue. The
fact that his arm is steadily increasipg
in strength warrants his starting the
ganme. Parks will b M d i reserve,
kM vy, ajn( iu Viprobably be sent
lto the contest before the game is
A strenuous workout 'yesterday aft-
erpopn, gave the Varsity ample op-
portunity to round off the rough edges
tlqt bhvP rosulted from practial in-
4(tyity uying th past week.
A tean composedo f some of the old
Varsity men, with Morrison starring
as catcher, kept the Varsity busy chas-
ing balls all over the diamond. Mor-
rison, with old time pep, gave an ex-
hibition of rapid fire work, both in
hitting and fielding.
Ingalls, a new man, who is inelig-
ible for the Varsity squad because he
has been on the campus less, than a
year, pitched for the scrubs. He prom-
ises to develop into a first string pitch-
er.

TENNIS
WON

MATCHES
BY VARSITY

FARRELL MEN PREPARE
SFOR BIG MIDWAY MEET

In the practice matches with the
freshmen yesterday, the Varsity had
an easy time. Reindel, the best man
on the yearling squad, gave Wesbrook
some competition the first set, but was
badly beaten the second round. Wes-
brook took both matches 6-4, and 6-0.
He was not playing up to his usual
standard, his service being erratic.
Bowers started the afternoon by los-
ing the first set to Jerome 6-8, but he
recovered his stride and took the next
two sets 6-3, and 6-1. Worcester gave
Bartz some trouble in their second
match, taking six games. Bartz finally
recovered and won both sets 6-3,(8-6.
1n'the doubles Bartz and Wesbrook
played well together, taking both sets
from Reindel and Worcester -4 and
6-2. Another tournameAtf will be
staged between the freshiea and the
Varsity Thursday. Th final practice
before the Ciago matches will be
held Friday. Coach Mack predicts a
victory, if only two men are sent by
Chicago. The matches are scesduled
to start at 10:30 a. in. Sturday.

MEN

WEATHER FAVORS CINDER
IN FULL STRENGTH
PRACTICE

Energing reluctantly from an ex-
tended session of cold April rains,
the weather broke favorably on Tues-
day for the full strength preparation
of Farrell's Varsity for the Midway
dual meet next Saturday.
Although the wind in changing from
north to west maintained its strength
and retarded time on the track, the
improved training conditions are a de-
cided boost to Michigan's edge on the
Maroon outfit.
Coach Farrell reports good physical
condition throughout the squad and is
confident of satisfactory results from
his first outdoor clash of the Big Ten
season.
Wesbrook, who has been gathering
individual honors on the court as well
as the cinder path, has developed abil-
ity in the broad jump in addition to
his vaulting strength. He has been
working in the pit daily with an aver-
age distance of 21 feet, 6 inches and
forms another possible asset for the
Ann Arbor score total.
Johnson has accustomed himself to
the outdoor track and may be expect-
ed to produce his old speed in the
century dash. Cook has trained stead-
ily through good and bad weather
and is faster in the sprints than last
year. He will enter the low hurdle
event as the 100 yard dash against
Chicago.
Trials will be held this afternoon
in the half mile run, the quarter, and
the sprints to decide the exact person-
nel of the team.

BASEBALL PLAYED
BY SORORI TIES
In the, two games played, Tuesday,
in the women's baseball series, Gam-
ma Phi Beta defeated Kappa Alpha
Theta, 18 to 8, and Kent Hall fell be-
fore Delta Delta Delta by a total of
10 to 8. The former match took place
on the new diamond at Palmer field as
the latter was being run off simul-
taneously on the grounds 'opposite
Barbour gymnasium.
In the first contest Kappa Alpha
Theta was handicapped by the ab-
sence of several regulars and the ne-
cessity of using more inexperienced
substitutes. Helen Bishop, who han-
handled the hurling for Gamma Phi
Beta, was the individual star of the
game.
Lucille Duff distinguished herself in
the Delta Delta Delta lineup and prov-
ed the main factor in the win chalked'
by that sorority. The Kent Hall out-
'fit came through in the lite of pep
and were unusually cheerful losers.
Two more games are scheduled for
this afternoon at 5 o'clock. At this
hour Martha Cook will face Alpha Phi
at Palmer field and the Newberry
squad will lineup against Chi Omega
at the field opposite Barbour gym.
WOLVERINE TENNIS STAR MAY
LEAVE NET GAME FOR TRACK
Wesbrook, Michigan's best court
man, may be compelled to give up ten-
nis for the rest of the season as many
of the track meets are scheduled the
same days as the net tourneys.
If he gives up the net game it will
weaken the Varsity tennis squad con-
siderably for Muntz is ineligible andl
will remain so for at least another
week. Bartz will be the only man left
who is on the regular lineup at pre-
sent. However, Popp is playing in
good form and may be able to fill one
of the vacancies.
MICHIGAN TRACK MAN TAKES
HONORS IN OVERSEAS MEET
Freddie Zoellin, of the 1918 track
squad, won the 100-yard flat handicap
race held at Herne Hill, England, oa
April 18.
Zoellin was one of the best track
men on the Varsity teo.n last year un-
der Coach Farrell's guidance. He
took second place in the 50-yard event
at the western conference meet. Later
lie left Michigan and joined the Cana-
Oian tank corps in which he is still
serving his term of service.

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Anerican League
Cleveland, 8; Detroit, 5,
St. Louis, 2; Chic , i.
New York-Tuxson (no. game).
Philactelphia-Washington (no game)
National League
Brooklyn, 4; Cincinnati, 3.
New York, 3; Chicagq ;
St. Louis, 4; l3son, 2.
Pittsburgt", G;Phiiladelphia,'3.
TIME OF WOMEN'S ELETIONS
CHANGED TO SUtIT IRALL GAME
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are buying them.

We

have sold three within a week.

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Women's class committee elections
will be held at 4:30 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium, instead
of 4 o'clock as announced yesterday.
The change was made to accommodate;
those who play baseball at 4. Now-,
inations for judiciary corngi . ;
sentatives and (' '. e nmm te
elections will x md' P l!i .t
Ing.
CONTRACTS ''
FOR 500

Army Has Rowing Crews
Th. American army will have an
eight and four oared rowing crew and
single sculls entered in the Henley
regatta on the river Thames this year.
The rowing season will be finished by
Eu inter-allied regatta two weels eft-
} he Henley races.

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Coach Lundgren will use the same
lineup and batting order as was used
in thte last contest on Ferry field.
Witl the team work-ing with the pre-
ision that has won every contest.
l qtie . little
I 41t i)t 'what -n&ther victory will
be chalked up for the Maize and Blue
this afternoon.
Odds Favor Michigan
The odds are in favor of Michigan
for the Aggies fell before the Indiana
nine a short time ago, while tie n-
iana team droppe6 y i favor
ofbte '4 IA7 I~ues 'wlen Ithey visited
;4 n .rbor. .However, the game of
ibis afternoon promises to be a snap-
py affair for the Farmer team has
been doing some good work sire that
time, according to all ittormation that
can be gathered from their camp.
Lineup Announced
The lineup for this afternoon's game
will be as follows:
Michigan Post M. A. C.
,Knode ... ............... Carr
Cooper. ........L.F... . ..Schneider
Bowerman ...... R.F....... Andrews
Garrett ..........2B........ Snider
Froemke ........ ........ Hammes
Karpus ..........3b........ Andrews
Langenhan ......L.F........ Doscher
Glenn or Donnelly or
Parks. .........P....... Hartwig

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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 1'
ISS 8:00 O'CLOCK
MISS ROSA PONSELLE, Soprano
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MR. FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
MR. EARL V. MOORE, Organist
T HURSDAY EVENING, MAY 15
8:00 O'CLOCK
HYMNUS, "Fair, Land of Freedom".........Stanley
Chorus, Soli, Orchestra, and Organ
"MUSIC," An Ode for Mixed Chorus, Soli and Orchestra,
Op. 75 .........................Hadley
SOLOISTS
MISS LOIS M. JOHNSTON, Soprano
MME. MERLE ALCOCK, Contralto
MR. ARTHUR HACKETT, Tenor
-MR. ROBERT R. DIETERLE, Baritone
MR. GUSTAF HOLMQUIST, Bass
THE CHORAL UNION
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MR. ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductor
MR. EARL V. MOORE, Organist

R Y AFTERNOON, MAY 16 SATURDAY EVENIN
2:30 O'CLOCK 8:00 O'CLO(
'SOLOISTS80 '
IP GABRILOWITSCH a, Past "FAUST"' .......... .........
SYMPHONY OQCHESTRA FERNANDO CA
DERICK STOCK, Coiductor
ANNA FITZI
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9:Q0 O'CLOCK
SOLOISTS EMILIO DE GOGC
L)UISE HOMER, Contralto MINERVA KOMEN
A SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
R DEICK STOCK, Conductor ROBERT R DIET
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AFTERNOON, MAY17
2 0 O'CLOCK CHICAGO SYMPHONY
'AN RECITAE MR. ALBERT A. STANL
M. COURBOIN, Organist MR. EARL V. MOOR
NETS-$4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00, Single Concerts, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
',Sa l of Music till Wednesday Noon---thereafter at Hill Auditorium.

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