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J-LIT BASEBAL

All candidates for the junior
lit baseball team are asked to
report at 3 o'clock this after-
noon on south Ferry field.
With the opening of the sea-
son scheduled for Wednesday,
Manager Rorick- desires 'to ef-
fect an organization, and to get
in as much practice as possible
before this time. Men are re-
quested to bring their own
gloves. Names of the candidates
and their respective positions
-should be left with the manager
on the field.

RUNNERS DOWELL
PIN..PN I Y s
PENNSYLVANIA HAS BEST BAL-
ANCED TEAM IN EASTERN,
PART OF COUNTRY

COACHES LENGTHEN PERIODS
FOR GRIDIRON SCRIMMAGE

Get your typewritingo
graphing done now and
rush. 0. D. Morrill, 17
cade.-Adv.

and memeo-
avoid theI
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Page and Shaw. Candies of B(
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-
Patronize our Advertisers.-

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CLASSES START
BASEBALL TODAY

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Interclass baseball will start today
at 3:45 o'clock when the architects
meet the J-engineets on Ferry field.
The architects have a goo4 pitcher in
Hubach, who pitched for the All-
fresh team last year, but the engineer
team is the better balanced of the
two. A close game should result.
The rest of the games for the week
are as follows:
Wednesday - J-lits vs. soph lits;
senior engineers vs. soph engineers.
Thursday - Laws vs. dents; grad-
uates. vs. senior lits.
Monday - Fresh lits and fresh en-
gineers.
These games will all be played at
3:45 o'clock.
On Saturday at 1 o'clock the med-
ics will play the fresh dents.
This will complete play in the first
round of the tournament. Three sets
of jerseys and numerals will be
awarded, two to be furnished by the
Intramural department and one to be
furnished-by the class.
ZETES, NICKERBOClERS,
BETAS AND HERMITAGE 'WIN
Results in the interfraternity indoor
league games for yesterday: Beta,
Theta. Pi won from Phi Kappa Sigma,
4-3, Zeta Psi defeated Alpha TauOm-
ega, 6-5, the Knickerbocker club beat
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 17-7, the Herm-
itage won from Beta Phi, 19-11, and
Delta Sigma Delta beat Delta Theta

Capt. Carl Johnson is well pleased,
with the showing made by the Wolve-
rine runners at*the Penn games on!
Saturday, when the mile relay team
captured third place in that event.j
Wetzel, running the best quarter mile
of his career, easily gained on his7
opponents, and Butler made 10 full
yards against Oss, Minnesota's best
bet, at the same time passing Terrell
of Princeton and McMahon of Ne-
braska, considered the pick of their,
respective schools.'
Penn Team Strong
According to Johnson Pennsylvania
appears 'to l4ave the best, all around
team in the East. Eby, their star half
miler, ran his distance twice, once
on Friday and once on Saturday, do-
ing the distance both times in under
1:55. A new candidate for track hon-
ors came out of the West in Satur-
day's events when the University of
Redlands, Redlands, California, took
an easy first in the Class B mile re-
lay against some of the fastest teams.
in the country. Not satisfied with
his school's victory in the mile!
Yountz, of Redlands, took third place"
in the all around scoring. The Uni-
versity of Redlands is to be highly
commended for the spirit which
prompted them to send a team East,'
and their representatives 'are to be'
congratulated on their showing.
Oxford-Cambridge Good,
The combined teams of Oxfordt
and ;Cambridge universities, Eng-
land, proved far superior to Illinois
in the four mile relay,-finishing first
with the Illini trailing a-good 40 yards'
in the rear. The second Englishman,
started 10 yards behind the leader and
finished his distance 15 long yards in,
the lead, a distance which was grad-
ually increased throughout the re-
mainder of the race. Eby made a
brilliant finish for Pennsylvania, but.
could not hope to overcome the lead,
of the Oxford and Illinois teams.

Every day from 3 to 5 o'clock finds1
next fall's football candidates at the
old grind. Kicking, blocking, tackling.
and forward passing claim most of
the time, although last week several
successful scrimmages were held.
Beginning Monday the scrimmages
were lengthened in order to get the
men in the best possible shape for a
good showing when Coach Yost puts
in his appearance the last of the
week.
About 50 men are still reporting
regularly, thus making it possible to
keep three teams running through
signals.
Captain Goetz was out of practice
the last of the week because of an in-
jury to one of his fingers, but he
should be back in the line in a few
days.
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"-M1lakes Jack a
Dull Boy!"
Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, ift.
they believe in all work and no
play.
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain.
of, modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game .of bil-
liards. Come in tonight-get a.
good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former
skill comes back to you.

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Today's games in the fraternity
1 be indoor league are as follows: Trigon
izic- vs. Alpha Chi, Sigma Phi vs. Theta
[. A. Chi, and Chi Psi vs. Phi Sigma Kappa
rday at 3:45 o'clock on Ferry field, and
arks Alpha Delta Phi vs. Phi Sigma Delta
le if at 4:45 o'clock. At 7 o'clock on the
sing, Washtenaw diamond Phi Alpha Delta
e to will play Sigma Delta Kappa. The
will 4:45 o'clock game is in the second
round of the play.
Wednesday's games, all in the sec-
Pet. ond round qre as follows: Psi Upsi-
1.000 ion vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa
1.000 Psi vs. Theta Delta Chl, Kappa Sigma
.500 vs. Delta Tau Delta at 3:45 o'clock on
.500 Ferry field and Nu Sigma Nu v9. Al-
.500 pha Sigma at 7 o'clock on the Wash-
.333 tenaw diamond.
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-Detroit at last broke her. strain of
bad luck yesterday, and defeated
Cleveland, 5 to 1, after 13 straight
losses. The Chicago Nationals play-
ed Cincinnati 19 innings for a victory
of' 2 to 1 in the first game of. a dou-

ble-header, and whitewashed th
y 12 to 0 in the second attempt.
for Other(scores for Monday:
meet American League
aft- Boston 3, New York 1.
iday, Philadelphia 6, Washington 11.
been Chicago 7, St. Louis 1.
bles National League
men New York 6, Philadelphia 9.
Brooklyn 1, Boston 2.

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