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Columbus trip but two days
he cripples and invalids of
Varsity squad are back in
lready to take a fling at
ew.
and Bowerman, the last
's to yield t' the popular
lady of influenza, returned
yesterday afternoon, and
h the squad for two hours
ield. Bowerman is not ,yet
t of shape, however, and
- to go home spring vaca-
ler to get his full strength

on for the
rl is entered Adams failed to put in an appear-
ash event at ance, but it is understood that Tom-
I1 have to go my will be on hand, when the team
fastest run- leaves for Columbus. Bob Glenn also
ance in the failed to show up, but the Varsity
iue, Drew of hurler will be in shape soon, and is
al fame are not counted as a sick one, at the pre-
sent time. Garrett is feeling in first
entor is still class condition, and is playing a good
.one or two game at third.
ines. Some Play Three Inning Game
me over va- Lundgren took advantage of the dry
their train- field yesterday afternoon to send the
se men keep Varsity and scrubs at each other, in
ly that they a three- inning game. Two hours of
trials, which stiff workout preceded the game, tte
on as school coach. knocking grounders to the Var-
e squad will sity infield, and Mitchell poling out
daily work- flies to the gardeners. The whole
g the period squad took a turn at the plate with
Crockett,.Goldsmith, and Parsons on
ammer again tie mound. Goldsmith said his arm
proving with was sore, and he did not work long.,
'arrell, how- The Varsity took the scrubs into
C) try out in camp 5 to 0, in the three inning game.
apping, that Scheidler toiled for the scrubs, and
week from had the regulars fooled with his sweep-
strong ath- ing curve. Wretched support, how-
pearance for ever, put the big boy in numerous
holes, and miscues on the easiest sort
- of chances let in the Varsity runs.
for Urbana1f Ruzicka pitched for the Varsity, and
'18, who en- was in trouble twice, once in the first
aviation sec- inning when Knode foozeled a couple
leaves today of chances, and again in the third
Urbana, Ill. when an infield hit, followed by
Scheidler's clean blow to left, put two
[all Friday, men on, with no one out. In each
k. All wel- case Ruzicka pulled through in great
shape, a double play by Garrett and
- Gilmartin killing the last scrub rally.
Squad Not Yet Picked
r rent. 328 Lundgren has not yet made up his.
dv. squad for the Columbus trip but the

TRACK, BASEBALL AND TENNIS
TEAMS PLAY CHICAGOO
MAY 25
Although old "Jup" Pluvius sadly
demolished the tennis tournament last
fall he has been quite conspicuous
this spring, by his absence.
With the exception of the light
-showers of the past week, there has
been very little rain, and the courts
on Ferry field are in excellent condi-
tion. Every day brings more men out!
and it begins to look as if tennis would
be very much alive throughout the re-
mainder of the year.
The schedule, which is now being
made out by Mr. Bartelme, gives
promise to be one that will give the
-Wolverines some strong competition,
and if the schools, with which the!
matches are booked, have anything{
like their average teams, they will
make them play every minute of the
match, to win.
The following matches have already
been booked:
April 27-Ohio State at Ann Arbor.
May 3-Chicaga at Ann Arbor.
May 11-Ohio State at Columbus.
May 25-Chicago at Chicago.
On the sae day that the Wolver-
ines play the return match at Chicago,
the Michigan track team will meet
the Maroon tracksters, while Coach
Lundgren's proteges will take on the
fast Windy City nine. It is Michigan
day in Chicago and all the Alumni will
be there, and see the track and base-
ball teams win, of course-while-
The tennis team should win, and
there is no doubt that they will, pro-
vided there is sufficient interest tak-
en. The material is here, more than
'there is at Chicago, and better, the
schedule will offer some lively tilts
and a bunch of loyal followers of the
game are wondering how we stand
with the strong Big Ten combinations
men who will travel to the Ohio town
for the series of contests are prac-
tically known to those who have fol-
lowed the work of the team. The reg-
ular Varsity infield of Garett, Knode,
Adams, and Gilmartin, with the out-
field of Ohlmacher, Cooper, and'Lan-
genhan, and Genebach, catcher, are
sure to go.
TJe coach has declared that he doubt-
less will take five pitchers, and this
means that Scheidler, Parsons, Saund-
ers, Ruzicka, and Glenn will be car-
ried along. At least one extra catch-
er will be taken, and Mraz seems to
have the call at the present time be-
cause of his good hitting. Wilkins,
Bowerman, Haidler, and Morrison are
possibilities for the other men on the
trip, and two of them will probably
go along.
The team returns to Ann Arbor
April 15, and will have a week in which
to further its preparations for the in-
vasion of Western Reserve on April
20.
DETROIT "Y" CLUB TO PRESENT
PLAY IN LANE HALL APRIL 26
"Mrs. Temple's Telegram," a 3-act
farce, will be presented Friday even-
ing, April 26, in Lane hall, by the dra-
matic club of the Detroit Young Men's
Christian association. This play was
originally presented in one of the
New York theaters. The director of
the play is an experienced profession-
al artist.
Estimates on all first class work
given free. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.

MANY EVENTS FOR
PENN RELA[GAME
Complete List of Races Shows Program
to Be of Interest to
Students
MULITARY AND NAVAL TEAMS
TO BE ENTERED IN SPECIALS
High Schools and Preparatory Schools
Have Men Ready to Enter
Events

Five class relay races.
Military and Naval Events
One mile service championship re-
lay race.
This is a total of 40 events for the
Saturday games.
Lovers of track and field. sport
should just glance over the above
skeleton program and then make up
their minds to be on hand, for during
the two days over 325 relay teams will
be seen in action while the military

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The list of events for the Penn re-
lays, to be held at Philadelphia in May,
are complete and indications point to
a series of races that will be attrac-
tive in every way.
Now that the entries are in, the
Pennsylvania relay management can
go ahead and definitely make up the
program of events for the two days.
On Friday there will be a host of
events as follows:
College Events
Sprint medley relay championship
of America.
Distance medley relay championship
of America.
Local college championship.
Pentathlon or all-around champion-
ship of American colleges.
440 yard hurdles.
16 pound weight for distance.
Hop, step, and jump.
Military Events
Wall scaling.
Squad drill.t
Rescue race.
Bugle contest.
Bayonet charge race. ,
Half mile light marching order re-
lay race.
Medley relay race.
High School Events
Philadelphia high school relay cham-
pionship.
Philadelphia suburban high school
relay championship.
Preparatory School Events
Interacademic A. A. of Philadelphia
{ relay championship.
Grammar School Events
.Philadelphia grammar school relay
championship.
Seven class relay races.
Parochial School Events
Philadelphia Parochial school relay
championship.
Two class relay races.
Counting the five events in the
Pentathlon, the total of events for Fri-
day is just 32. This should guarantee
a very fine afternoon's sport.
The Saturday's events will ,be as
follows:
College Events
One mile relay championship of Am-
erica.
Two mile relay championship of Am-
erica.
Four mile relay championship. of
America]
Freshman one mile relay champion-
ship of America.
iddle Atlantic states conference A.
A., one mile relay championship.
South Atlantic intercollegiate A. A.,
one mile relay championship.
Six class relay races.
Special events as follows: 100 yard
dash, 120 yard hurdles, high jump,
broad jump, pole vault, shot put, dis-
cus, javelin.
High School Events
One mile high school relay cham-
pionship of America.
Eleven class relay races.
Preparatory School Events
One mile preparatory school relay
championship of America.
Roman Catholic school relay cham-
pionship.

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