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uting base ball team
third straight victory
son yesterday after-
'ield, when they over-
cientifie School by a
s assumed the lead in
on 3 bases on balls,
pposition, and hits by
er, making a total of
more were scored in
Olson, the Case pitch-
and issued two free
ere followed by three
free-bagger by Knode
hie Case catcher drop-
;hr.ow to home plate.
fifth, and one in the
e scoring for the day.
their runs on a base
June, Eger's sacrifice
Barnes, and a single
ch scored the Ohioans
s Work Well
eidler, and Saunders,
ig stick wielders well
ing only two hits.
ers had to exert them-
being content to let
s knock the ball into
.e infielders and out-
cka caught several
first by quick throws
ieidler made his first'
a regular game, and
ht nervousness, pitch-
of ball. With a lit-
ng, Rube ought to be
r the nitching burden

Three base hits-Knode. Two base
hits--Morrison. Sacrifice hit-Eger.
Base on balls--off Olson 3, Vanderhoof
7, Ruzicka 2, Scheidler 1. Struck out
---by Olson 1, Vanderhoof 1, Ruzicka 4,
Saunders 1. Passed balls-McCune.
Hit by pitcher-by Vanderhoof (Knode,
Saunders). Balk Olson. Umpire Mc-
Cain.
All s Fresh 1TeaM
Hit by La Grippe
Grippe has broken out among mem-
bers of the freshman baseball squad,
crippling the aggregation to the ex-
tent of three men. Karpus, regular
third sacker of. the first team, Richle,
the big first baseman, and McGowen
,who holds down the left garden, were
all absent from the practice yester-
day on account of having the influ-
enza!
The crippled first team was sent up
against the yearling second nine, in
a five inning game, which resulted
in a 3 to 2 win for the former. Ad-
ler was on the initial sack in Richle
place, White was at Karpus' place on
third, and Kennedy was chasing the
flies in left field.
The battery for the winners was
Gunn and Donovan. Gunn is a little
fellow but has good speed and better
control than t-he other members of the
staff. His offerings went untouched
for the greater part, the losers get-
ting to him for only two hits. Dono-
van, behind the bat, is doing good
work, and ought probably to able to,
hold down the position in fine shape.
With a little good weather to aid
th sickmen on the road to recovery,
and to enable the athletes to put
some snap into their play, the fresh-
men will soon be putting up a good
game. Coach Mitchell intends to
work the men hard through out the
whole of next week, particularly the
early part, to put the finishing touches
on the team work, before the Varsity
returns from its trip to Indiana and
Notre Dame. Coach Lungdren is
counting on the yearlings to give the
big team some good practices before
the Chicago game next Saturday.
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Philadelphia, Pa., April 27.-A Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania freshman,
John Bartels, won the Pentathlon
here Friday. By winning the event,
which represents the All-around
championship at the 24th annual re-
lay carnival of the University of Pen-
nsylvania, the Jersey City youth takes
away the honor from Howard Berry
who has been the winner for the last
three years.
Shea of Dartmouth, was second;
Haddock, a western man took third;
while Hammond, University of the
South, Bechtel, Layfayette; and Em-
ery, Penn State; finished in the order
named. There were 15 starters in the
Pentathlon, which consisted of the fol-
lowing events: Broad jump, javelin
throw, 200 meter run, discus throw,
and 1,500 meter run. Three men drop-
ped out after the third event, and six:
after the fourth.
The winner was first in the javelin
and discus throws, second in the
broad jump, fifth in the 200 meter run,
and last in the 1,500 meter run. Gilfal-
len of Notre Dame dropped out after
finishing seventh in the broad jump,
and thirteenth in the javelin. Bartels
broke the discus record of the Pen-
tathlon, when he threw it 113 feet 10
1-2 inches, bettering the old mark by
several inches over four feet.
The University of Chicago, walked
with the distance medley relay in its
victory over Pennsylvania, and Pitts-
burg won the sprint medley race.
Feurstain, Greene, McCosh, and Lewis,
were on the winning Windy City team.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
American League
Cleveland, 3;- Detroit, 2 (12 innings.)
Boston, 4; Philadelphia, 1.
New York, 2; Washington, 1.
Chicago-St. Louis game postponed,
wet grounds.
-National League
Chicago, 5; St. Louis, 4.
Cincinnati, 4; Pittsburg, 2.
Brooklyn, 5; New York, 3.
Philadelphia, 4; Boston, 1.
College
Yale, 4; Cornell, 1.
University of West Virginia. 2-;
Army, 1.
Wesleyan, 9; Amherst, 0.
Navy, 11; Johns Hopkins, 0.
Harvard, 8; Princeton 7.
J. W. Comloquoy, ex-'19, in A. A.
John W. Comloquoy, ex-'19, recently
spent part of a ten day furlough
from the Royal Flying Corps in Ann
Arbor. He is training for a commis-
sion as a flyer.

VARSITY TENNIS TEAM
VITOR IN- FIRST MATCH
EGBERT STARS FOR MICHIGAN
WHILE DAVIS IS OHIO'S
BEST
By winning two out of three
matches, the Michigan tennis team,
consisting of Egbert and Hamer, de-
feated the Ohio State racket wielders.
yesterday afternoon in the first inter-
collegiate clash of the 1918 season.
Egbert was easily the individual star
of the afternoon, with Davis of Ohio
State, taking second honors.
In the first contest Egbert handily
defeated Wirthwein of the Ohio team
by a score of 6-3, 6-2. The Michigan
man had the match in hand at all
times, and was never hard pressed
by his opponent. Egbert's placing
was very accurate, and he constantly
had Wirthwein guessing, while his ser-
vice and drives were fast and well-
directed.
In the other singles match, Hamer
fell before Davis after a hard fight.
The contest went to three sets, the
final score being 6-4, 3-6, 6-1. The
first set went to 4-11, with the men
playing very evenly. Davis strength-
ened here, however, and ran the set
out by winning the next games.
Hamer took a brace in the second set,
and by playing a steady placing game
won the set rather easily, 6-3. But
at this point Davis came back in great
style, running to the net, and smash-
ing Hamer's lobs with amazing con-

afternoon's play, and showed a bril-
liance here that overwhelmed the Wol-
verine player, the latter getting but
one game in the final set.
After a brief rest, the last and de-
ciding match of the day began. The
Michigan men started out in fine
.shape, Egbert especially showing a
fast brand of tennis. He repeatedly
passed his opponents down the alleys,
or drove fast ones between them, as
they rushed to the net. His smash-
ing was hardly short of phenomenal,
while Davis also made pretty kills.
Egbert's brilliancy, coupled with Ham-
er's steady, consistent play, was alto-
gether too'much for the Ohioans, and
the Wolverine players won two sets
rather easily by a 6-1, 6-2 score.
Because of some mistake in the
athletic office; it was announced that
Chicago would be the opponents in
yesterday's match, instead of Ohio
State. As a matter of fact the Ohio-
ans were scheduled to play here yes-
terday, while Chicago will come here
for a series of contests next week..
llaryard Oarsmen Beat Princeton
Princeton, April 27.-Harvard oars-
men won a double victory over Prince-
ton in their dual regatta over tie mile
and seven-eights course here today,
the time being nine minutes and 57
seconds, for the varsity, and the
freshmen ten minutes and six seconds.
Our Merchant advertisers represent:
the progressive business men of Ann
Arbor.-Adv.

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z -led Lundgren's clan in the
g honors, getting three hits and
k out of five trips to the plate.
r and Adams with two clouts
e were next, while Knode with a
od for three cushions, was the
g long distance hitter.
rsity Improving in Fielding
team played errorless ball,
s a whole, looked, better than
aturday. Garrett and Knode
. excellent around the keystone
while Mraz and Adams played
ss, besides furnishing the stel-
lay of the afternoon. Rudy
ed down a hard hit ball, and re-
d it in time to make the throw
ims at first. The peg went wide,'
he new first hassock guardian
his long reach, and gathered in
11. Adams played a good game
)und, although he is not as fin-
a fielder as Gilmartin, who was
I to the outfield to bolster the
, is.
Case team after the first in-
presented better opposition to
'olverines than did Western Re-
last week. The visitors were
in the pitching department, but
good outfield which cut down
.1 drives, labeled for hits. Mc -
centerfielder, excelled for the
and school. He accepted five
es without a slip, one being a
cular catchaon a long swat by
Leave Today on Trip
ch Lundgren will lead his pro-
on a two day trip this week.
11 leave a squad of 13 men this
oon onthe 2:29 Michigan Cen-
,rain for Bloomington, Indiana,
the Wolverines will play the
rsity of Indiana Monday. Im-
tely following the game, the
will leave for South Bend for a
with Notre -Dame on Tuesday,
.ing to Ann Arbor the same
.g. The athletes should have
rouble with Indiana, but in their
with Notre Dame, they are likely
ike some stiff opposition.

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Neckties, for instance, differ in
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CONTRALTOS
Biargarete latzenauer
Emma Roberts Nora Crane
TENORS
(Giovanni Martinelli Paul All
James Hamilton Odra Ottis ]
BARITONES -
Riccardo Stceeri, Giuseppe de
Arthur Middleton Bernard fe"
Robert Dieterle David D.
PIANIST
Rudolph Ganz
ORGANIST
Joseph Bonnet
ORGANIZATIONS
The University Choral Uni
A Children's Chorus
The Chicago Symphony Orcit
CHORAL WORKS
Carmen (Bizet)
Beatitudes (Cesar Franck
Into the World (Benot)
CONDUCTORS
Albert A. Stanley and Frederick
First Festival Concert
Wednesday Evening
Soloists
Mine. Margarete Matzenauer, Conti
Sig. Riccardo Stracciari, Baritor
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Mr. Frederick, Conductor
America.
Overture-" Leonore," No. 3....Be
Aria-"Oh, casto fior del mio sospir"
(Roj 'Lahore)...... .....3
Sig. Riccardo Stracciari
Suite-"Scheherazade," Opus 3.
............. Rimaky-K
h The SeaandrSind bad's Ship; The N
of thre Kalender Prince.
The Young Prince and the Young P
Fetival at Bagdad.
The Sea; The ship goes to pieces on
Conclusion.
Songs with Piano.,
Before the Crucifix.......Frank I
Sorrow in Springtime (in Russian)
Dear Lad o Mine..........Bra
Carnaval............t....
Mme. Mararete Matzenauer
(Frank LaForge, Accompanist)
Aria-"Eri tu che macchiavi" (Un Ba
Maschera)..........
Sig. Stracciari
Prelude-"The Afternoon of a Fawn" I
Aria-"Largo al factotum" (Barber a
Vle) .......................
Si.Stracciari
Irish Rhapsody..................
Second Festival Concert
Thursday Evening
"The Beatitudes," an Oratorio..Cesar
Miss Lois Marjorie Johnston, Sopra
Miss Emma Roberts, Mezzo Sopran.
Miss Nora Crane unt'Contralto
Mr. Paul Althous, Tenor
Mi. Arthur Middleton, Baritone
Mr. Bernard Ferguson, Baritone
Mr. James Hamilton, Tenor
Mr. Odra Ottis Patton, Tenor
Mr. Robert Richard Dieterle, Barito
Mr. David Nas, Baritone
Mr. Larl V. Moore, Oranist
The University Choral Union
The Chicago Symphony Orhesra
Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
Third Festival Concert
Friday Afternoon
Soloist-Mr. Rudolph Ganz,. Pia
The Children's Chorus
The Chicago Symphony Orchest
Mr. Frederick Stock and Mr. sAbe
Stanley, Conductors
America
Overture to "The Secret of Susannes
. Wol
"Into te World... ..
Suite-"The Wand of Youth," Oyp., I
Concerto for Pianoforte No. r, B Flat
Opus 23 .......... ............Tsha
Fourth Festival Concert
Friday Evening
Soloist-Mme. Claudia Muzo, Sop
Chicago Symphony Orhestra
Mr. Frederick Stock, Conductor
The National Anthem
Suite-No. 3, D Maor...........
Aria-"Depuis le jour," from Louise
Symphony No. 4, D Minor, Op. 120, Sc
Aria-"Suicidio," from "Gioconda", P
Scherz-"L'Apprenti Sorcier"......
Aria-"Birds' Song," from "Pagliacc:
.Leo
March-"Pomp and Circumstance"...
Fifth Festival Concert
Saturday Afternoon
Soloist-Joseph Bonnet, Organi:
Forerunners of Bach:
(a) Prelude, Fugue and Chaconne.
.Bixtehude Lei
(b) Recit de tierce en taille.
.Nicolas de Grigny (6
(Organist of Rheims Cathedral
(c) Prelude.....ferambalt (t6
Fantasie and Fuguee G minor.......
.Johann Sebastian Bach (16
Tenth Organ Concerto, D minor.
.George Frederick Fdandel (6
Cadenzas by Alexander Guilmai
(a) Noel languedocien (French Chr
Carol)..............Alexander C
(b)) Choral in A minor, No. 3.Cesar
(a) Improvisation (from Suite in D).
(b. . ....Arthr
(a) Ariel (after a reading of Shakes
(b) Rhapsodic catalane (with pedal. cr

Sixth Festival Concert
Saturday Evening
"Carmen," an Opera in Four Acts....
Don Jose, Corporal of Dragoons......
. .....Giovanni !M
Escamillo, Toreador......Giuseppe
Zuniga, Captain of Dragoons; Morales
cer...................Arthur M
Carmen, a gypsy girl ... Margarete Mal
Micaela, a village maiden. Myrna
Frasquita, Mercedes, companions of Ca
Lois Marjorie Johnston, Ada Grace J
El Dancairo, El Remendado, smuggl
........Odra Ottis Patton, James F
Dragoons, Gypsies, Smugglers, Cig
.girls, Street-boys, etc..Univ. Chora
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Mr. Albert A. Stanley, Condu;t

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