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DAY'S

GAMES

American League
games, rain eveywhere.
National League
oklyn, 1; Chicago, 2.
v York, 6; Cincinnati, 0.
ton, 3; St. Louis, 9.

TRACK MEN LEAVE FOR,
CONTEST WITH MAROONS
This afternoon at 1:16 o'clock (2:16
Ann Arbor time) Manager Parsons and
21 members of the Wolverine track
squad will leave for Chicago to meet
the Maroons in a dual meet tomor
row night. Coach Farrell has already

TWO INTERCLASS
GAMES PLAYED OFF
In two -closely contested games the
Junior Engineers yesterda7 defeated
the Senior Engineers 5 to 3, and the
Architects fell before the Sophomore
Engineers by a score of 5 to 2.
The contest between Juniors and Se-
niors, lasting an extra inning, was a

true fight 'between evenly matched
teams. Hoskins, who pitched for the
victors, had an equal in Livermore, the
Senior moundsman. The score re-
mained three to three until the last
of the r eighth, when the Juniors
brought in two runs by a long outfield
hit.
Bonan, who pitched for the Sopho-
more Engineers against the Archi-
tects. showed exceptional coolness

throughout his hard fou
though his opponent, Fa
score a tie until the lasi
Both games were play
ing circumstances, as the
unusually cold, and batti
ing suffered considerabl
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TH'S NINE
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d Competition for places on the All-
h fresh ball team has narrowed the
e squad down to some 30 men which en-
e ables Coach Enzenroth to devote more
i time to individual instruction and, at-
e tention. Practice games between two
t first year nines has been the order
of the workouts for the past two
weeks, and in this time some of the
t candidates have clearly demonstratea
g their right to regular berths.
1- The first practice tilt with the Var-
sity was staged this week. Enzen-
s, roth's men made a very creditable
showing by holding their opponents
T to a 5 to 4 count, batting Smith hard
LI and running the bases well. In the
1 field, however, they performed in a
ragged fashion and presented the Var-
sity with at least three counters by
loose fieldlig and poor judgment on
plays. Stryker, on the mound for the
- yearlings, did unusually well, holding
S the Varsity sluggers to five hits in as
At many innings, and displayed good con-
C. trol at all times. Mudd took up the.
.e hurling duties in the sixth frame, and
t. though not as effective as his prede-
n cessors, he displayed the requisites
in for a,successful twirler. Uterich show-
e ed the best of the infielders, collecting
y three hits and accepting five chances
s- flawlessly at second base.
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preceded his charges, having left last
night in order to attend to some bus-
iness concerning the Conference track
meet.
Stars Out
When the gun is fired for the first-
event tomorrow night Michigan and
Chicago will both be without the serv-
ices of their best track athletes, John-
son and Higgins. Carl's old injury is
still keeping him out of competition,
and Higgins, premier weight man of
the West, has a disabled wrist that
will force him to remain a spectator.
Either man is good for 20 points.
Michigan will also have to do without
Dick Losch, who is usually good for
a' few markers, while Curtis, Chica-
go's best bet in the quarter, is globe
trotting with the UniversitJ baseball
team .'
Maroon's Weak
Circumstances similar to those sur-
rounding the Illinois meet will be.
found in the contest with the Maroons.!
Chicago is exceptionally weak in the
field events and dashes, while in the
middle and, long ditances they are
strong enough to insure them the ma-
jority of the points for these events.
In the meet with Purdue, which Chi-
cago won by something over 10 points,
the Boilermakers scored. heavily in the
field. The Maroons were unable to pole,
vault more than 10 1-2 feet, which
seems to make three Michigan places
a safe bet. In the broad jump, 19 feet
3 inches' was the best the leading Chi-
cago man couild go, and the Wol-
verines seem sure of another clean
sweep.
In the absence of the team today
will be vacation day for the remain-
ifig members of the squad, but on
Saturday all men are expected to be
out for a good stiff practice.
Read the Daily for Campus News.

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All of the following games in the
o interfraternity tennis tournament
a, must be played by Saturday night. It
is imperative that these games be re-
ported to the Intramural office, 2268,
n by that time, in order that the tour-
ney can be played off before the start
of .the class leaue.
Theta Chi vs. Phi Sigma Delta; Sig-
0 ma Chi vs. Zeta Psi; Trigon vs. Beta
Theta, Pi; Phi Kappa Psi vs. Delta
0 Tau Delta; Psi Upsilon vs. Alpha Rho
0 Chi; Sinfonia vs. Theta Delta Chi;
0 Phi Gamma Delta vs. Phi Sigma Kap-
0 pa; Alpha Delta Phi vs. Acacia; Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon vs. Delta Upsilon.
Delta Theta Phi defaulted to Delta
0 Kappa Epsilon and Lambda Chi Al-
pha defeated Phi Delta Theta. 3
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Get a good start at the close of your school training; get into Kuppenh
know that theif sturdy, clean-cut, athletic, American good appearanc
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school.
These good clothes are true. economy. Their selected
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Come in and see the new suits and top-coats; also the new
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Play is aewnecessary as work.
Any game which is interesting
enough to afford real Re-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro-
vided it is played anmd clean,
decent srroundings.
Most young men prefer games
like billiards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, you
are invited to visit our billiard
parlors as often as you wish.
You will find that this is a
place, of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
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