Cooper, infielder and outfielder last
ID /year, is on hand ready to start work
J and may break into the lineup at first
base. Lundgren may decide to use
[BING Tommy Adams, star initial sacker,
somewhere else in the in-
field, and will play him at short if
Tommy can handle the position.
Adams and Knode seem almost as-
~ad-sured of places, but there will be a
n will battle royal on for the other two in-
tTo Call Of Track
Entries for the All-campus inter-
sclass track meet to be held at Water-
tman gyro next Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock, are coming at a good
Coach Farrell said last night that
the success of the coming track sea-
son would depend to a large extent
j upon the interest shown and the ma-
terial brought out in this meet. The
Varsity track squad will be picked
from the men showing up best in Sat-
t urday night's events.
tThe meet will afford a good oppor-
tunity for former star high school
- athletes to show some of the stuff
- which made them famous in thei
prep school days. All candidates who'
are scholastically eligible to com-
- pete in next Saturday's contests
s should sign up on the chartwingDr.
May's office at Waterman gym. Coach
Farrell will be on hand every day this
1 week to give the tryouts preliminary
training before the meet.
The Varsity track team will not
lack competition after the coming
interclass struggle, having a meet
scheduled for every week following,
iuntil the eighth of June.
fFeb. 23, interclass; March 2, Uni-
- versity of Illinois relay carnival, at
tUrbana, Ill.;, March 9, Notre Dame, at
South Bend; March 16, Chicago, here;
s March 23, Conference indoor meet,
at Evanston, Ill.; April 20, Drake re-
lays, at DesMoines, Iowa; April 27.
Penn relays, at Philadelphia, Pa.;
eMay 4, open; May 11, University ofj
tIllinois, at Urbana, Ill.; May 18, Notre!
Dame, here; May 25, Chicago, at Chi-
cago; June 1, open; June 8, Conlfer-
once meet, at Chicago.
MITCHELL PREPARES MEN
FOR COMING CONTESTS
BA~SKET SHOOTIXNG I ND PR1AC-
TICE GAME I\ ORDER LAST
Coach Mitchell gave his basket, tos-
sers a strenuous workout last night
as the beginning to a hard week. With
two tough contests coming on Friday
and Saturday nights the team will
have to exert itself more than ever
the next few evenings if there is to be
any chance of victory in either tilt.
Tw o Games This Week End
The team will meet Indiana at
Bloomington on Washington's birth-
day, while Northwestern will furnish
the opposition the following night at
Evanston. The Indiana team is not
nearly so fast as several other of the
Conference fives and our chances of
beating them should be good. On the
other hand, the Northwestern Qutintet
is one of the contenders for the "BigE
Ten" title and unless the.Purple boys
are off form Michigan's hope of de-
feating them is very small.
The practice last night consisted ofj
a long session of basket shootinig fol-
lowed by a game with a freshman five.'
The Varsity was an easy victor in this
tilt, the men showing a passing ability'
which was equal, if not superior, to
anything they have previously exhibit-
ed. Ruzicka's knee was injured in the
very first play and he was forced to
retire. Emery and Bornstein handled
the forwards, McClintock played cent-
er, and, slychener and Boyd were at
th guard positions.
, Tarsity ats Frosh
In the second half Later replaced
McClintock at the pivot postion. The
final score was 24 to 12, which is just
about indicative of the merit of the
two fives. Emery was the biggest
scorer for the Varsity, this youth
garnering eight of the 24 points. Mc-
Clintock and Bornstein caged three
each. Boyd played a very effective
game at standing guard but was need-
lessly rough at times.
Y. X. C. A. WAR COUNCIL
PLACES BIG -ATHILETIC ORDER
New York, Feb. 19.-What is said
to be the largest single order for
athletic apparatus ever placed in the
world has just been given here by the
INational War Council of the Y. M. C.
A. The equipment, which includes
every form of outdoor sport, will be
shipped immediately 'to the American
soldiers now with General Pershing
jThe fir'st item on the order called
for 59,760 baseballs, 14,400 bats, 900
masks, 1,500 chest protectors, and
9,000 mitts. For indoor work 12,600
indoor baseballs and 1,200 indoor bats
Soccer is being played with 175 on
a side and with four balls in play at
once. In order to meet the demands
of this game 4,800 socc'-r balls were
Other items were 2,400 basketballs,
rugby balls to the number of 3,600,
300 medicine balls, and 1,200 pairs of
boxing gloves. Whistles, quoits and
ping pong sets were aiso included.
Gasoline 23c, Poli
C o., 117 S. Ashle:
Dancing at Armc
night, 9 to 12.-Acdv
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getting is good.
A word to the wise should be sufficient.
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A prominent tenor of the Metropolita" Opera Company will make his Ann
Arbor debut in the "Beatitudes", Thursday evening
- JOSEPH BONNET
The distinguished French organist, recognized as Guilmant's successor, will be
heard at the Saturday afternoon concert
The renowned baritone will sing the "Toreador" role, in "Carmen", Saturday
evening, a part in which he is famous at the Metropolitan Opera House
pianist, "The Idol of the East", will appear in the Friday
Prima donna soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company, and recognized
as one of the most beautiful of opera singers, will be the soloist
at the artist concert Friday evening
Who appears as _Micaela" to Mary Garden's "Carmen" with the Chicago
Opera Company, will take this role Saturday evening
Eminent Italian Baritone, 'The Amato of the Chicago Opera Company",
whose recent appearances have startled the musical world, will make his Ann
Arbor debut at the first concert, Wednesday evening, in several of his favorite
OTHER SOLOISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED
The University Choral Union
Three Hundred Singers
Four Hundred Singers
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Albert A. Stanley and Frederick Stock
Beatitudes-"Carmen"--"Into the World"
(Children) -Choral Works
Tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company and a Festival favorite, will take
his favorite role, that of "Don Jose" in "Carmen", Saturday evening
Another favorite, will appear in the title-role of "Carmen", Saturday evening,
one of her leading Metropolitan Opera roles
Baritone, has distinguished himself in both the Chicago and Metropolitan,
Opera Companies.. He will appearin the "Beatitudes", Thursday
evening, and in "Carmen", Saturday evening
FOR TICKETS NOW RECEIVED AT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC-$6.50, $5.50, $4.50 ($3.50, $2.50, $1.00 EACH IF
"COVER-COUPON" IS RETURNED)
nouncement, now ready for distribution, containing schedule of ticket sales, call or address, University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The complete Festival Announcements will be ready for distribution about April 1.