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MICHIGAN DAILY

E TOI

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ted to Win 25 Points
Volverines in
Meet
NTERED IN 10
BY COACH ROCHNE

ronger Than in
With Farrell's
?Hell

Early

rell's track squad will
ame this afternoon in a
Ferry field, at 2 o'clock.
s scheduled to be over
me for the Iowa-Michi-
.was given to the team
Steve wanted to have his
I up enough to be in the
ion for today's. struggle.
arrives here this morn-
4uad of track and field
shown atgreat improve-
he last meeting of the
st March.
en is Iron Man
of course, the main cog
.cs scoring machine, as
r the Wolverines. The
star is entered in 10
:ernoon, and he has the
be the heaviest point
meet. He is entered in
ash, both hurdle events,
h, shot put, hammer
mp, discus, broad jump,

Senior Women to
Combat Juniors
Excitement and speculation are run-
ning high among the senior and jun-
ior women today, as to the result of
the game to be played between the
two class teams at 9 o'clock this morn-
ing, on the field opposite Barbour
gym. Betting is. at 50-50, and there
is much uncertainty as to which team
will qualify to meet the freshmen, in
the final championship game to de-
termine the cup winner.
Margaret Fales is the captain for
the seniors, and others on the team
are: Vera Brown, c; Olive Wiggins,
p; Beulah Smith, ss; Ruth MacLach-
lan, 1b; Pauline Cohen, 2b; Marion
Williams, 3b; Weltha McLachlan, cf;
and Clarissa Vyn, If.
The captain for the juniors is
Mary Morse. On the 1919 team are:
Lucile Ruff, c; Emily Loman, p;
Phyllis Eggleston, ss; Emma Riggs,
1b; Helen Davis, 2b; Ethel Glauz, 3b;
Dorothy, Sample, rf; Marria Pinker-
ton, cf; and Mary Morse, If.
The freshmen beat the sophomores
last Thursday 4 ,to 3 in a- game which.
smacked of "The Majors," and there
is no doubt that the final game, which
will, be guyed at the field meet next
,aturday Aternoon will be a record
"beaker..*
INDIANA RALLIES IN
NINTH BUT LOSES

.-.... ..,...w ..w .

WOLVERINES PLAY
IO'W'S BALLTEA

_ s ,..

Ruzieka Will Probably Not
Game Against Western
School Today

Start I

Boat Club Needs Financial Assistance
Organization work of the Michigan
Boat club has not yet been completed
of this year, but those interested in
the welfare of the club hope to secure
financial assistance from the Michi-
gan Union to conduct the work it has
previously been doing.
A sum of money still remains from
the amount donated by the Michigan
Union last year, but it is insufficient
to cover the expenses incurred by
holding the annual regatta. Unless
this fund is increased by further do-
nations, it is doubtful if the Boat club
will be able to carry out its plans as
in the past.

CLASS

luled to appear in
the high and low
imp, and the broad
y improbable that
tts will be capable
any of these events,
chne of the South
ome dark horse to
The crack Wolver-
>me of the fastest
intry at the Drake
ability in the hur-
imp is recognized
st and West. First
ump is practically
L, unless Haigh has
ed from his attack
some of his former
the bar.
r Than Rival
.nson will meet in
.ing to the entry
the campus track
chance to see two
id athletes of the
ion against each
best bet seems to
e Notre Dame star
ances while com-
also gives Johnson

TENNIS 510

FOR THE

Conference Baseball St
Team Won.
Illinois..............5
Michigan.............3
Iowa...............2
Chicago .. ........3
Ohio .... .. .....1
Wisconsin. ........1
Purdue ..............1
Indiana.............0

anding
Lost. P'ctg.
1 .830
1 .750
1 .667
3 .500
1 .500
2 .333
3 .250
4 .400

(By Associated Press)-
Bloomington, Ind., May 17.-Ohio
State jumped from seventh place in
the Big Ten to fifth this afternoon
by defeating) Indiana here by a score of
2 to 0. The Hoosiers started a rally
in the ninth and filled the bases but
clever work by Clark and his team-
mates prevented them from getting a
run across.
Ohio got her run in the first inning
before the home team had settled.
down Outside of the ninth Indiana
did not have a chance to score.
A peculiar feature of the game was
that the losers outbatted and outfield-
ed the winners getting eight hits
their opponents six and only making
one error in the field. The ability!
of the Ohio lads to do things when they
counted was the cause of their vic-

RUSH

BATTLE THIS AFTERNOON
DETERMINES FATE OF NINE
Visitors' Third Sacker Out With Hurt
Ankle, Sprained in Ames'
Game
Minus the services of Ruzicka and
Glenn, Michigan's baseball team will
meet the Iowa nine this afternoon, in
one of the most important games on
the 1918 schedule.
Ruzicka showed up on Ferry Field
yesterday afternoon, sporting crutches
and a plaster cast on his right leg.
The hospital authorities who fixed
Ruzy up, said that the lanky sopho-
more could not possibly work for
some time. Ruzicka himself said he
would be in shape for the western trip
next week end, but as for the game
today-apparently no Ruzy.
Captain Glenn, back from his trip
to see Bonsetter Reese, warmed up
yesterday afternoon, and then vied
with Saunders in batting practice.
Glenn also hopes to be back in win-
ning form in a week, but he also has
no prospects of taking the mound
this afternoon.
Pitcher Uncertain
With these men out of the game,
Lundgren will rely on Saunders and
'Scheidler for this afternoon's con-
test. Saunders, Scheidler, and Par-
sons will warm up before the game
and the man that looks the best will
get the call. Scheidler and Parsons
are as yet untried in big time base-
ball.
Saunders ought to be able to hold
his own with the Iowans, provided the
Wolverines have their batting togs
on. Dutch showed his ability and his
nerve under fire against M. A. C.,
and, it is safe to say that the Des
Moines aggregation will boast no
better hitters than did the Farmer
contingent from East Lansing.
But Dutch is not in a class with
Ruzicka and Glenn and the cannot
hope to keep the Iowans from hitting
and scoring. It is up to Michigan's
offense to go Iowa-, several better,
and put the game on ice for Saunders.
It seems most likely that Dutch will
be the hurler because of his experi-
ence.
Wolverines Batting Better
The Wolverines are out to conquer
Iowa no matter who does the pitching.
Yesterday afternoon they tore into
the curves served up to them in bat-
ting practice and smashed the offer-
ings to all corners of the field. The
Michigan players have been in a bat-
ting slump for several games, and
they are about due to bust loose and
take the measure of some first rate
hurler.
After batting practice yesterday,
Lundgren worked his infield for nearly
an hour. Tommy Adams was absent
from the workout, Bowerman taking
his place at the initial sack. The first
line of defense looked fast and peppy,
Knode and Garrett vieing with each
other in stopping grounders back of
second base and pegging to first while
on the run. If the same spirit is
evident this afternoon, Iowa will not
be getting any men on through scratch
hits or errors.
The outfield was also given a hard
drill with Saunders and Mitchell bat-
ting them out. Gilmartin, Genebach,
Ippel, Ohlmacher, Cooper, and Lang-
enhan chased flies for an hour. The
gardens have offered a serious prob-
lem to Lundgren this season, but right
now the fly chasers seem to be going
better than they have at any time re-
cently.
Same Lineup to Start
Lundgren expects to use the same
lineup this afternoon that he did

against M. A. C., Genebach playing
center field and batting after Mraz.
Morrison will follow Genebach with
Garrett and Adams trailing. Both
Garrett and Adams are fair hitters, but
they have not been getting their share
of the blows recently. Adams has
had several :hits stolen from him by
sensational fielding.
It is reported that an outfielder of
the Iowa aggregation sprained his
leg in a game day before yesterday
with Ames. He is reputed to. be one
of the main cogs in the Iowa defense
and his loss will hurt the outfield of
the visitors.
The- Michigan lineup: Knode, ss;
Cooper, lf; Ohlmacher, rf; Mraz, 3b;
Genebach, ef; Morrison, c; Garrett,
2b; Adams, 1b; Saunders, p. The
game starts at 3:30 o'clock.

-I.

ANNOUNCING OUR

SATURDAY

SPECIALS

From now on until July 1 we will run specials every Saturday. These
goods we put on sale will be genuine bargains and no one can afford to miss
them.

I

TODAY WE OFFER A DISCOUNT OF 10% ON
ANY SUIT IN THE STORE

I,

Remember this includes the famous
ADLER-ROCHESTER CLOTHES
which are recognized as the highest grade ready-to-wear line of clothes on
the market. It will pay you{ to take advantage of this special as clothes are
climbing higher in price all the time.

In The

Reliable Dealers Advertise
Michigan Daily.-Adv.

LUTZ CLOTHING STORE
217 SO. MAIN STREET

GEO. J. MOE
"SPORT SHOP"

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ilay

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tory.
The score.
Team 1 2
Ohio State 2 0 0 0
Indiana 0 0 0 0
Batteries: Clark'
and Julius.

Tickets on sale at
Hill Auditorium

U 7" 8 9
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
and Fish;

R. H. E.
2 6 2
0 8 1
Gilbert

ho from the way he showed
recent inter-class meet,
ture a lot of counters to
Michigan score. Baker will
ten as his opponent in all
events in which Farrell's
i is entered. Baker should
uich trouble in winning the
the discus, and the javelin
possibility that the first
the Catholics.
Vault a Question
id Radenmacher will try
he tie in the pole vault.
times that the two vaulters
eted against each other,
ot been able to reach ,a de-
the Illinois relay carnival,
Notre Dame-Michigan in-
last winter, a tie for first
ted.
ce in the hammer throw
bly go to Notre Dame,
Volverine weight throw-
somewhat inexperienced
nt. Later and Haigh have
well, but have not had
k as yet.
als for today's meet are:
. starter, Dr. May; clerk
Sid Millard; assistant
L. Popp, L. Van Ness, F.
and G. P. Schafer; track
F. Venor (Purdue), Hom-
Michigan), and H. C. Car-
'an);field judges, Alan W.'
H. Emery, A. J. Cohn, A.
nd J. M. McClintock; an-
J. Poleski; scorers, James
rn, H. E. Shimmell, and
; timers, Evans Holbrook
inford), K. K. Rochne, S.
nd E. D. Mitchell.

YESTERDAY'S

GAMESI

American League
Boston, 11; Detroit, 8.
New York, 4; St. Louis, 2.
Washington, 1; Chicago, 0.
Cleveland, 5; Philadelphia, 4.
National League
Chicago, 2; Philadelphia, 0.
Brooklyn, 7; Pittsburg, 4.
Cincinnati, 5; New York, 1.
Boston, 8; St. Louis, 1.
College Baseball
Boston College, 5; Williams, 4.
THIREE UNIVERSITIES PREPARE
ANNUAL PATRIOTIC REGATTA
Annapolis, Md., May 17.-Favored
by ideal spring weather the oarsman
of Columbia, Syracuse, and Pennsylva-
nia put in practice today for prepara-
tion for the patriotic regatta of. the
American Henley association to take
place tomorrow afternoon.
The program calls for two triangu-
lar races.
Wisconsin to Issue "War Diplomas"
The University of Wisconsin faculty
voted last week to issue a "war certi-
ficate" to each alumnus or former
student who has entered military ser-
vice in the great war.
It has already provided for gradua-
ting, with a "war diploma," all sen-
iors who enlist, and for giving "war
certificates" to students below the
rank of senior.

This Afternoon---2:30

BON NET,

Organist

This Evening---8 o'clock

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All Star Cast:

Sharlow
Martinelli

Matzenauer

De Luca

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"W Free Exhibition of the celebrated
U36 Medici Color Prints now on display at
the James Foster House of Art.-Adv.
nis Reliable Dealers Advertise in The

Middleton and o

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Dancing Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.-Adv.

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