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TRACK -MEN MEET
CHICGO SAUROA
No Down-Heartedness in Evidence
Over Defeat at Hands of Illinois
Aggregation
CINDER TEAM PREPARINf, FOR
COMiN% EVENT WITH MAROONS

will be"published as soon as plans are
more definitely formulated.. In the
meantime it would be a good idea for
men who expect to enter the meet to,
get in a little practice on the track.
Coach Farrell will be plad to help in
any way he can, and any man who
shows promise will-not be left to him-
self.
DENTS WIN FROM
MEDICS 12 TO 2

YESTERDAY'S GAMES
American League
Philadelphia, J; Boston, 7.
Cleveland, 7; St. Louis, 3.+
National League
Philadelphia, 1; Pittsburgh, 3.
Rain elsewhere.
The Daily's specialty is service t
*vrae.-Adv.

INTRAMURAL NOTIC
Jerseys .iave arrived a
intramural office fdr the fe
ing men:
Swimming-Million, '20,
bard, '23. Basketball-Bei
'23, Stotzer, '20, Funk, '20,
shaw, '20, Hart, '20, Van B
'20, and Cohn, '22L.

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Five blurred streaks of white mark-
ing the paths on' the 220 yard straight-
away form the only evidence of the
fact that on Saturday Michigan's track
team went down to defeat before the
University of Illinois. Steve Farrell's
athletes are working out as before
with no thoughts, not of the past, but
of the future, for on Saturday they
will journey to Chicago to meet the
Maroons.
Not Disappointed
No one had expected a victory over
Illinois, so no one was disappointed.
The Sucker Stggregation is one that
the University of California can ,well
be proud of defeating. In three events
Michigan did not do as well as ex-
pected, but in others the Wolverine
runners outdid themselves. Butler's
failure to place in the 440 was a sur-
prise to everyone. Stipe's poor show-
ing in the shot-put was due to a bad-
ly infected hand and forearm, and
Weslrook, Cross, and Slaughter all
experienced, an off days in the pole
vault.
Onthe other had Cook and Lashmet
surprised with the first two places in
the 100 yard dash; Later presented
Michigan with unexpected, points by
tying Osborne, the Illinois star, in the
high jump; Maynard exceeded expect-
ations by' his great race in the two
mile, and Beardsley was the only run-
ner on' either team to cop two first
places.
Novel .eet May 29
On May 29 a meet will be held which
will offer a splendid apportunity. to
men who have thus far not succeed-
ed in winning an "M," an "A.M.A.," or
their numerals. In this meet no men
who have ever been given any,.of these,
awards in track will be allowed to
enter, and Coach Farrell is expecting
a large entry list. Further particulars

The dents' triumphed over the med-
ics in a ragged game Saturdky by a
12 to 2 score. Both pitchers did good
owrk but Wright, hurling for the med-
ics, had poor support. O'Hara, pitch-
ing the better game of the two, and
had fine support. He allowed but a
few scattered hits and gave no earned
runs. Hannah, at second, played a
stellar game for the winners.
- Today at 4 o'clock in the winners'
class, the junior engineers will tac-
kle the seniors of the same school.
Keen rivalry exists between these two
teams, as each desires to play off in
the finals for the sehool honors.
The tourney is being run off in the
m'aenner of the basketball league, each
team as it loses its first game going"
to the second series. The winner of
that series will play the losers of the
finals in the upper round. In the low-
er series at the same time this after-
noon the architects will meet the ju-
nior lits. These teams seem evenly
matched and a close game is expect-
ed although the rivalry will not be as
keen as in the engineers' match.
On account of the Varsity game with
M. A. C. no games will be scheduled
for Wednesday.
Five Indoor Ball Games Scheduled
Indoor baseball will start again to-
day after a break over the week-end.
As the tourney reaches the final
rounds the play improves greatly. All
games are now running nine innings
.instead of seven as was the case in
the first and second rounds.
This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock Beta
Theta Chi will meet Hermitage and
Delta Tau Delta will play Zeta Psi.
At 4:45 o'clock Xi Psi Phi will meet
Alpha Delta Phi. At 6:30 o'clock on
the Washtenaw diamond Phi Delta
Chi will play Sigma, Delta Kappa:

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or small.
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LARRY BUTLER
Iluder Praised
Editor, The Michigan Daily: -
This is just an expression of appre-
ciation of the good 'work done by the
last Michigan runner at the Penn ,Re-
lays last Saturday. His name I know
not but he ran last and the program
says his name is Butler. Whether
this be it or not is immaterial. He
was the Michigan anchor man and
ran a truly great race coimensurate
with many other brilliant perform-
ances of Michigan men.
C. D) TRIPOLITIS, '17E.

"--Makes Jack a
Dull Boy!"
Jack and Torn and Harry get
to be very dull chaps,indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
Wlay.
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 aiprove 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.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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SWIMMING
,T TOMORROW

Taps'will blow for the indoor swim-
,ing season at the Y. M. C. A. pool
'morrow night when Capt. G. W.
Iyde's aggregation of ineligible swim-
ners will go on their marks with
'oach Drulard's informal Varsity.
The first event will start promptly
t 8:30'o'clock. when Robertson and
Lewy for the Varsity swim the 40
rard free style against Hide and Val-
mtine or Dollavo of the Ineligibles.
Robertson, Hyde, and Dollavo at pres-
mt hold equal claim to the ta'nk rec-
>rd of 20 2-5 seconds for the distance,
ind the- race is sure to be hotly con-

weeK-ena.U.The meet should prove interesting
rful nine to any men students who desire to at-
ght for a tend, bringing into competition, as it
nference. will, the fastest swimmers on the cam-
ednesday, pus, some of whom are the equals of
any in the' state in their respective
" events. There is ample room at,' the'
Y pool for a large number of specta-
RESULTS tors and agy who desire to attend will
find it worth their while.
lust be in Two of the jerseys won in the in-
to Intra- terclass meet have arrived at the in-
his is es- tramural office. Million, '20, and Hub-
at a class bard, '23, should call as soon as pos-
near fu- sible and get them. The remainder
have the are expected within a few days.
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CLASS.BALL GAMES POSTPONkD
PSI U AND ACACIA VICTORS
Neither of the two scheduled inter-
class fames were played off yesterday,
as the' senior lits and the graduates
both failed to appear. Their oppon-
ents, the laws and freshman lits re-
spectively, were ready to play in spite
of the wet weather. The games will
probably be scheduled again for some
time this week.
Psi U today defeated S. P. E. in in-
door baseball, with a score of 4 to 3,
'and Acacia won over Trigon, 4 to 2,
between intermittent showers. Both
were hard-fought battles, Acacia scor-
ing three of her four runs in a single

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