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erday aftE
swat by
ison and

scrubs slipped
n the Varsity in
game on Fer-
'noon.
Ruzicka which
rarrett, combin-
ase running by
abs three runs
abling them to
ilty which scor-

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Varsity Score Twice =
back's safe blow followed by
han's sacrifice, and error on
, a stolen base, another wild
and Glenn's single scored Gene-
id Schermerhorn with the Var-
ole markers, Schermerhorn got
m Reilly pegged wild to the
catch Genebach,
a hurled four innings for the
and Saunders toiled for the
Scheidler pitched the fifth in-
r both teams. Glenn was wild
ough possessing lots of stuff,
touched up for hits at the pro-
ae. Saunders did not walk a
ad got the bingles scattered.
ch caught Glenn while Rudy
-orked behind the plate for the
Cooper at Second
h Lundgren sprang something
e sent Cooper to second on the
and used Morrision, a catch-
irst on the scrubs. The coach
en looking all over for a. cap-
cond baseman that can hit and
er can combine fielding skill
s slugging powers he will have
ce at the keystone. Morrison
e biggest hitter of yesterday
on's fray and handled himself
the initial sacli. "
Att, wyho has been playing short
second team, has been putting
andy defensive game. He is
g the chances that come his
th plenty pf spirit and ability
seems to have learned the arts
.lding in a renarkably short
Pommy, however, is still weak
e stick. Reilly, another out-
that Lundgren is trying to
ever into a second baseman, is
along well though still ap-
a bit out of place in the first
trenches.
Game This Afternoon
afternoon Lundgren will re-
Le performance of yesterday
d the same two teams back at
her. The lineups will be prac-
the same as they were yester-
ept that Scheidler will pitch
3 team and Parsons for the
Haidler and Morrison will
y get a chance behind 'the
lthough Haidler played in the
yesterday.
ineups of yesterday, first team:
short; Adams, third; Cooper,
Bowerman, first; Genebach,
rananhan. ocnter field; Haid-

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With anything in the Floral line for Easter

PLACE YOUR. ORDERS WITH US TODAY FOR

Corsages of
Sweet Peas

Lilies of the Valley
In Colonial Styles
Easter Lilies

Violets

Daffodills
Tulips
Rose Bus-
H derang
Hyacinths

Roses, al kinds

cut or in pots

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right field
officiated.

WRESTLING MATCHES
HELD YESTERDAY IN

GYM

Jerseys Were Handed Out to All Men
Winning Points in Indoor
Meets
Another easy workout was given to
the members of the track squad yes-
terday, Coach Farrell being content
to send his proteges through a little
limbering up process. Many of the
athletes are suffering from colds but
all are able to be out in uniform,
"AMA" jerseys have been awarded
to the men who have made points in
the indoor meets this year and . to
those who have been on a winning re-
lay team. The following were the
ones to receive the jerseys: Captain
Donnelly, Sedgwick, Zoellin, Cook,
Johnson, Beardsley, Baker, Lindstrom,
Haigh, Cross Forbes, Kruger, Stoll,
and Messner
440 Man Needed
Coach Farrell is trying to develop
a man to take Forbes' place in the
quarter mile. Forbes left after the
Big Ten meet last Saturday for Cleve-
land with the naval auxiliary and
there is not any liklihood that he will
run for the Maize and Blue again un-
til the war is over. Steve's star 44e
yard man got third in the Conference;
struggle but in the quarter mile and
in all the other meets the Wolverine
runner has taken first place. His
best time for the distance this year
was made at Notre Dame when he
ran it in 53 1-5 seconds. Coach Far-
rell thinks that Forbes would have
bettered this time by a second or two
after he had worked a few weeks out
doors.
Messner and Kruger are the most
likely runners to take the vacant
place but both need more training.

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Cook Took Lightweight Bunt in Quick
Time; Lewis Won Middle.
weight
w
s, Only two of the half dozen wrest-
ats ling matches scheduled for yesterday
of afternoon materialized. The program
r consisted of a couple of semi-final af-
r- fairs, both of which were finished in
in rather short order.
Y- The principals in the lightweight
ig match were H. G. Cook, company B,
e Second regiment, and F. E. Ross,
11 Headquarters. The former lad had
et the upper hand throughout the match
and succeeded in securing a fall with
e a body hold and half nelson after two
d minutes, 35 seconds.
e In the other contest, a middleweight
s- affair, E. F. Lewis, '19M, conquered
n F. Anderson, '19E. This was a little
g harder fought than the preceding, but
e even so, a decision was reached after
i- two minutes. 56 seconds, when Lewis

Get into a FITFORM suit and you'll be
ready for any occasion. The style is there
to stay, thanks to superb tailoring. They
fit well, look well, wear well.

"The Young
Men's Shop"

TOM CORBETT IEL

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'either man placed last week against
ny of the Conference stars but they
ave been doing good work in the
ual meets and on the mile relay
sam. Steve says that with hard
raining the two men ought to be able
o do the quarter mile in fast time.
Derricks Place Giant Beams 3
Hoisting derricks were at work
esterday carrying large steel beams
or the roof of the library to the fourth

WOMEN WILL NOT HAVE TO
PAY TAX ON "LADIES' DAY"
Washington, March 27.-No war tax
will be charged for women- on Ladies'
day at the various baseball parks,
according to an announcement made
yesterday, by the bureau of internal
revenue, when the lady is accompan-
ied by one of the opposite sex.
The ticket admitting the gentlemen
on these days, in reality is a ticket
which admits two, and no extra bit
of pasteboard is needed for'the lady

that accompanies him. Women unac-
companied, however, are liable to the
tax.
Others who are exempted from
helping to carry on the war, are base-
ball writers, telegraph operators, bona
fide employees of the baseball associ-
ations, public officials on official busi-
netss, and children under-12 years of
age. The ancient custom of leaving
the boy who has recovered the ball
in for nothing, will not be changed.

Cent
Coac

own

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