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Yanks Lose to Red Sox
The New York Yanks have had a

FISTOAME T THEPAST
I WEEK

New York and Boston held theirt
ET FIELD leads, obtained during the first week
S IN of the present big league baseball
CE ~ season, throughout the second week
in the National and American cir-
utu eycuits.r
school ball i.
game be- New York, however, went down to
e scrubs iits first defeat after it had won nineI
final score consecutive games. Coombs, Giant
op the ball killer, when he was with the Athletics,
eral feet of again proved his ability along this
re the out- line. Pitching for Brooklyn on Sat-t
:ontest. urday, the former world series star
the outfield held the New York Nationals to five
high wind, scattered hits and won the first game
ft field fou that the Dodgers have taken this sea-l
conditions son.
two bases Philadelphia Nationals, having kept
chers. The apace of the leaders winning six gamesf
excuse for and loosing one throughout the week, I
the ground- is still in second place, while Chi-(
e feld was cago, now minus the services of thez
$50,000 wonder, Alexander, is in third
:he pitching place. Chicago put five games in the
e pitching win column during the week, and
n and Reed lost but one.
>arpus and Pittsburg and Cincinnati are tied for
>r pactice. the bottom of the first division and
)f the game the top of the second, each with a per-
dy eceocentage of .500. The former has won
dy, Decker, four games and lost four since the
e clubhouse season has started, while the Reds
through a have divided 10 games equally.
All of the St. Louis, Boston, and Brooklyn are
lowing dur- in sixth, seventh, and fast place re-
it than they spectively. All three have won but one
rest of the game and lost five.
Boston Leads American
4 5 6 7 R In the American league Boston won
0 3 0 1 ' four .and lost two throughout the past
0 0 0 0 1 week. During the first six days after
-- the start of the league, the Red Sox
EAMS did not lose a game, but this week
I DR. MAY they were taken across both by New
York and Philadelphia.
the begin- Cleveland is ii second place, with
, when the the same number of losses and four
st regiment wins less than Boston, while the White
ctice. The Sox stand third. Rain and general
ye to good poor weather interferred considerably1
>ut was ob- with the Sox's schedule and they have
played but five games since the sea-
ut two dia- son started. Of these they have won
ams. Each three and lost two, breaking even for
ctice on the the week with one game on both sides
led to have of the percentage column.
r May. A Detroit, at the bottom of the first di-
e madh out vision, has had the same luck with
ampionship the weather as the Chicago team, and
manner as the Tigers too have played but five
ship. games. Four were played this week,

good many ups and downs. Having
played more games than any other
team in either league, excepting the
Red Sox, with whom - they are tied,
they have won five and lost seven.
Boston seems their stumbling block,
the Yanks have been able to get but
one game in two .series from them.
From Washington they have won the
majority of- their battles.
Philadelphia in seventh place, grad-
have won four times and lost six.
Their work through the week was at
the same percentage as they won
twice and lost four times.
Philadelphia, in seventh place grad-
uated during the past week from the
cellar. Winning one game from Bos-
ton and two from Washington, they
give promise of a team that will be
more feared during this season'than
any year since the breaking up for
Mack's great combination, and the mil-
lion dollar infield.
St. Louis has taken the position
formerly held by the Athletics on the
bottom, having won but one game
during the week. They now stand
with a percentage of .250 with two
wins and six defeats.
Use the Daily classified columns.
Class Dancing Monday and Thurs-
day evenings at the Packard.-Adv.
Patronize a Daily advertiser once
and you will patronize him again.-
Adv.

American League
St. Louis, 12; Detroit, 3.
Chicago, 8; Cleveland, 4.
Washington-Boston game postponed,
rain.
Philadelphia-New York game post-
poned, wet grounds.
National League
New York, 6; Philadelphia, 0.
Cincinnati, 4; St. Louis, 3.
Pittsburg-Chicago game postponed,
cold.
Boston-Brooklyn game postponed,
wet grounds.
College
West Virginia University, 2; Dar-
mouth, 0.
EXPECT BIG TURNOUT FOR
WOMEN TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Although rain has kept the women
tennis players indoors for the last
few days, the tournament is expected
to .be as big a contest as ever. More
singles are entered in the tournament
this year than ever before, but there
is a lack in doubles.
One athletic point is given to
women taking part in the contest and
several points are given to the win-
ner.
'As a great deal of money was spent
on the courts this spring, women are
asked to wear only tennis shoes while
on them. On the Newberry courts,
tennis tournament players are to be
given preference.

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Air. F'rederick Stockc, Conductor
The National Anthem _
Suite-No. 3, D araj$.........- ach
Aria-"Depuis)~'Tjouir," from Louise
Symphonz.- c, 4 D Minor, Op. 120, Schumann.
t)e: a"Suicidio," from "Gioconda", Ponchielli
Scherzo--"L'Apprenti Sorcier"........Dukas
Aria--"Birds' Song," from "Pagliacci"....
.~Leoneavallo
March "Pomp and Circumstance". .gar
Fifth Festival Concert
Saturday Afternoon
Soloist-Joseph Bonnet, Organist
Forerunners of Bach:
(a) Prelude, Fugue and Chaconne......
...Buxtehude (x637-1707)
(b) Recit de tierce en taille ...........
Nicolas de Grigny (167x-1703)
(Organist of Rheims Cathedral)
(c) Prelude.......Clerambault (1676.1749)
Fantasie and Fugue, G minor....
.Johann Sebastian Bach (1685.1750)
tecnth Organ Concerto, D minor........
George Frederick Handel (1685.1759)
Cadenzas by Alexander Guilmant
(a) Noel languedocien (French Christmas
Carol)..............Alexander Guilmant
(b) Choral in A minor, NO. 3.. .Cesar Franck
(a) Improvisation (fromt Suite in D)..
.~Arthur Foote
(b) Cortege...........Debussy
(a) Ariel (after a reading of Shakespeare)
Joseph Bonnet
(b) Rh 0 apsodicca n (with pedal cadenza)
Sixth Festival Concert
Saturday Evening
"Carmen," an Opera in Four Acts......Bizet
Don Jose, Corporal of Dragoons.........
. ...Giovanni Martinelli
Escamillo, Toreador ....... Giuseppe deLuca
Zuniga, Captain of Dragoons; Morales Offi-
cer .............,......Arthur Middleton
Carmen, a gypsy girl...Margarete Matzenauer
Micaela, a village maiden.....Myrna Sharlow
Frasquita, Mercedes, companions of Carmen,
Lois Marjorie Johrston, Ada Grace Johnston
El Dancairo, El Remerdado, smugglers...
.......Odra Ottis Patton, James Hamilton
Dragoons, Gypsies, Smugglers, Cigarette-
.girls, Street-boys, etc..Univ. Choral "Union
Chicago Syrmphony Orchestra
Mr. Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
TICKETS
Course Tickets-On sale up to May
4, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00. (If Pre-Festival
"cover coupon" is exchanged deduct
$3.00.)
Single Concerts--On sale after May
6, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
Address orders to Charles A. Sink,
Secretary, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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