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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PhLGU THREA

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I6AN MEETS
IEDA ME TODAY

ship Wolverines
in First of Two
Series

Play Cath-
Game

KA DUE TO FACE
SLUGE4ING SOUTH3

BENDERS

igren's Crew Displays Real Pep
in Last Workout Before
Contests
vo of the hardest games of the
Ity's baseball schedule are due to
layed on Ferry field today and
irrow. The Notre Dame crew has
meeting some of the Conference
ers and has shown that they pos-
real baseball ability.-
te Michigan mentor will send the
e lineup against the Catholics that
sed in winning the Big Ten title.
men have had considerable rest
ng the past week, having had no
tice until yesterday afternoon and
ng through the game with the
nalites Saturday.
r the pitching job there are four
anxious to work and four who
to work, can be expected to do a
job of hurling. Saunders work-
aturday and is probably the last
s for today. Captain Glenn wants
eave one more game before the
>l closes and will undoubtedly
a call for one of the games.
idler and Ruzicka are the first
es for today's game but the form-
as an examination and probably
not be on the field.
tre Dame is the heaviest hitting
that the Wolverines will- have
during the season, outbatting M.
!. and winning from the Aggies
er easily, a couple of weeks ago.
- carry three pitchers of consid-
e reputation travelling under the
omens of Murray, Boland, and
ry. The first two are the best
.e trio.
sterday afternoon was spent in a
batting practice and about 30
tes of fle-lding. The entire team
red . considerable more pep than
ig the game Saturday, going after
in the way for which they are
n.
e Wolverine lineup is: Knode, ss;
wr, 1f;' Ohlmaher, -rf; Mraz, 3b;
ibch, cf; Morrison c; Garrett, 2b;
n9s, 1b; Glenn, capt., Ruzicka,
ders, and Scheidler, p. The Notre
e lineup is: Bader, cf; Bahan, rf;
erg, 2b; Wolf, capt., ss; Halleran,
Barry, lf; Fitzgerald, 3b: Andres
[urray, Boland, and Lavery, p.
STERDAY'S GAMES
American League
tcago, 9; New York, 2.
shington, 3; Cleveland, 2.
ston, 5: Detroit, 0.
iladelphia, 2; St. Louis,,1.
National League
ieago, 5; Boston, 3.
icinnati-Philadelphia game, post-
d, train late.
.tsburg, 3: New York, 2.
Louis, 15; Brooklyn, 12 (12 inn-
EMKE LEAVES SCHOOL
TO ENTER AIR SERVICE
tch Froemke, who rose to fame
fall when a fumbled ball in the
aska game bounced into his
s enabling him to run 90 yards
touchdown, is leaving school this
to enter a training school for
1aviation.
emke, a sophomore in the literary
ge, is a baseball player as well
football performer, but he was
lible to compete this spring. He
being counted on to help fill out
iackfield next fall.
Draft for Special Training
.shington, June 3.-.-A call for 25,-
Iraft registrants of grammar
>l education to be sent to spe-

training schools was issued re-
y by Provost Marshal General
der. The men will be taken

Company Sports
Are Discontinued
Owing to the fact tliat so many
students have left school for Camp
Sheridan, athletic contests for the re-
mainder of the year have been discon-
tinued among the men of the R. 0. T.
C.
The aim of this work as conducted
by Doctor May is to secure among the
men an all-around physical develop-
ment, to acquaint them with such
sports as are carreid on in training
camps, and to interest them in ath-
letic activities.
Doctor May says that next year this
work will be carried out in greater de-
tail, and that boxing will be added
to the curriculum of sports already
given.
MORLEAGUE RACES
ARE TIGKTEING U
GIANTS RESUllE STIIUE AXD l
HOLD LEAD IN NA-
TIONAL

MAROONS AND BADGERS
SHOW UP WELL IN MEETi

Women 's Interest
In Sports Grows

waists he will take off your hands.
clothes. .They are no good to you.
I can use them. You will get your
money's worth. No quibbling to buy
them cheap. Their absolute value will
be paid. Men's and women's apparel
both. Call Mr. Claude Brown at 210
Hoover Ave. Phone 2601. He will
gladly call at your residence.-Adv.

BETTER MARKS )IADE BY
VERINES IN SOME
EVENTS

Results of Saturday's track' meet

an's athletic standard rise in propor-
*ion. Fall sports, this year, were ten-
nis, hocky, and archery. Besides the
required gymnastic drill and appa-

Pop. Mats, p
Tue., Thur. 01M IIIIK
Sat., 25&50c DETROIT

As the number of women students
WOL.I increase on the campus, so does wom-

between Chicago and Wisconsin, show ratus work during the winter months,
that the Wolverines will have a hard
time coping first honors in several of basket ball, regular military march-
the events. ing, aesthetic dancing, and swimming
In the high jump, Gill of Wisconsin, were offered. Baseball o ened the
went six feet. This makes three men spring sports and proved to be the
entered at the Big Ten meet who biggest attraction of the season. In-
have cleared the bar at six feet or ter-sorority baseball was introduced,
more, Rice of Kansas, and Hawthorne, working up considerable enthusiasm
a Missourian, being 'the other two men. among the girls. Tennis was contin-
The half mile was won by Speer, one 'ued, but even with excellent tennis
of Stagg's fastest, in two minutes and players on the campus, not as much
three-fifths seconds. If the Maroon vim was shown here, as in other col-
can do as well Saturday, Buell, Mich- leges. Archery and swimming were
igan's only entry in the event will also worked up.
have to travel. Speer also negogiated I Baseball claimed more attention
the quarter mile in fast time. Mess- than any other sport. The final game
ner beat the Windy City runner in the being played during the athletic meet
Chicago-Michigan contest a week ago, which was held in May, the fresh-
but Speer's time against the Badgers, men won by a score of 4-3 over the
betters Messner's mark. sophomores, thus winning the base-
Sedgwick, who ran the best two ball cup. The youngsters also show-
mile against the Maroons made this ed their ability when Margaret Rott-
year in the Conference, will have stiff schaefer, '21, won the tennis cup
competition from Golden who bettered j away from Dorothy Newell, '19.
th Wolverine's record by about a sec- Sororities are still struggling for
ond. Sedg has not been pushed hard the championship. The four which
in a race this year, and can probably now have a chance are: Alpha Phi,
clip off a few seconds from his time. j Chi-Omega, Kappa Alpha Theta, and
Baker appeared to be getting back Pi Beta Phi. The final games will be
to where he was several weeks ago played off this week.
in yesterday's practice. Coach Farrell
has tabooed the javelin for the big fel- MR. BROWN
low, and the results seem to be show- Offers men and women highest
ing already.. Points from Baker are marketable prices for their old clothes,
needed to win the meet, so Steve is 'Anything in the line of suits, over-
giving him a lot of attention. coats, shoes, one-piece dresses or shirt

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Tues-4-Bessie arriscale in "The
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Wed-s--Lillian Walker in "Lust of
the Ages"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon,
"Harps and Halos," and Screen
'relegram.
Thurs-6-Constance Talmadg a in
"The Shuttle" and Christie Comedy,
"Five to Five." 20c.
Fri-7-Constance Talmadge in "The
Shuttle" and Charlie Chaplin in "A
Dog's Life." 22c, tax 3c.

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Afternoon-2:3o and 4:00
Evening-7:00, 8:oo and io:oo
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BOOKINGS FOR JUNE
Tiues Wed-4-5-Wallace Reid in "The
S '] Bing We Love." Also "Eagle e
layer" No. 13.
'trs-1Eri-6-7-Sessue Ilayakawa in
[tiddeni Pearls." Also H1olmes
Travels and Comedy.
,Sat-8-Marguerite Fisher in "The
"Primitive Woman." Also. Weekly
and Comedy.
Su-Mou-g-lo-1lsie Ferguson in
"The Song of Songs." Also Mack
Sennett Comedy, "A Waitress Safe." -
Tues-Wed--i '2-W. S. Hart ini "The
Bandit and the Preacher." Also
" agle Eye," No. 14.
EOrpheum_'theater
Afternoon-2:30 and 4::oo
Evening-7:oo, 8:o0 and io:oo
Phone-x6o-J
BOOKINGS FOR JUNE
-Tues-4-Billie Burke in "Arms and
the Girl." Also "Eagle fye," No.
13. (Ret.)
Wed-5--Vivian Martin in "The Trou-
ble Buster." Also "Eagle Eye," No.
13. (Ret.)
Thurs-Fri-6-7-Roy Stewart in "Pay-
ing His Debt." Also Keystone Corn-
- edy, "A Playright Wrong."
Sat ---Frederick Warde in "Heart of
Ezra Geer." Also Weekly and Corn-
Sundan-g-1o-William Desmond in
"An Honest Mlan." Also Serial,
"Vengeance and the Womsan," No. a
Thur--11-Mary Pickford in "The
r Little Princess." Also "Eagle Eye,"
No. 14.a(Ret.) ;

In both leagues the races have
tightened in the rush for the pennants
during the past week. The New York
Giants have recuperated to some ex-
tent and are playing better ball since
they have returned to the Polo
grounds than at any time during their
Western 'invasion. The Cubs are still
in second place and going strong, but
they have slipped one game further
behind than at this time lasth week.
Boston, in the younger circuit, is
maintaining itself on the top, but with
more effort 'than at any time so far
this season. The New York Yanks are
trying to reach the lead, before the
Giants slip in order to have two' Man-
hattan teams out in front at the same
time, and during the past seven days
have won six and lost one. Only a
matter of 20 points now separate the
Red Sox and the Yanks.
Races Are Close
The closeness of the two races
means better support for te teams
near the top. It is well for baseball
that the Giants were not able to run
away with the flag, as it appeared
they would at the start of the year.
It is also well for the club owners in
the American league that Boston was
able to get Mclnnis, Schagg, and
Strunk for the Athletics to brace
their team. Chicago will not have as
easy a time of it, against such a team
as they had last year.
New York, too, can be counted upon
to be in the running to the finish. Hug-
gins, the new leader of Ruppert's
team, is doing well with his men, and
barring accidents, which have been
following the Yanks during past years,
should prove a worry to the leaders.
These three cities, New York, Chicago,
and Boston, are the biggest baseball
cities in the country and with the
large crowds at the Polo grounds, the
South side park, and Fenway park, the
American league will have no trouble
in weathering the storm of 1918.
Cincinnati Coming Strong
Cincinnati is the other team that is
close to the lead in the National. Al-
though a considerable distance from
New York and Chicago, the Reds are
playing better than .500, being the only
team in the old league that is, beside
the leaders.
Philadelphia 'is also playing ball
again. During the past week they
have won 4, lost 2, and are now but
a short distance behind Boston and
!Pittsburg. The Phillies appear, in
the box score, to be one of the strong-
est teams in the old circuit, and it is
likely that before the end of the sum-
mer, they will be among those in the
first division.
ALLMENDINGER, FOOTBALL
STAR, VISITS ANN ARBOR
Lieut. E. J. Allmendinger, '16, form-
er Varsity football player, was in Ann
Arbor for a few hours yesterday. He
passed through here on his way to
Cincinnati from where he will con-
duct a detachment of men to Camp
Sheridan, Alabama.

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