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May 24, 1917 - Image 3

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r GAME TODAY

CAMPUSCHAMPS
Defeat of Freslimen d1ives Upperclass-
men Undisputed Title In
League
CEC CROSS AND PERRIN WORK
FOR OPPOSING LITERARY TEAMS

Yearlings

Get Eight Hits and Fourth
Year Men Grab
Six

Senior lits now are the undisputed
champions of the campus interclass
baseball league, having beaten every
other team or received a forfeit from
every other team.
The seniors defeated the fresh lits
5 to 4 yesterday afternoon in a post-
season game. The game with the fresh-
men had been postponed from the
scheduled series which was played off
several weeks ago. This defeat may
rob the fresh lits of a chance at sec-
ond place and numerals, by placing
them below the soph engineers.
Cec Cross. pitching for the winners,
was touched for eight hits, while the
seniors pounded out six hits from Per-
rin. The seniors led off with three
runs in the first inning, but were tied
in the fourth. In the sixth they filled
the bases with none out, but were able
to bring in only one run, which proved
enough to win the game.
Perrin was pounded hard by the
seniors. Cross knocked a three-bag-
ger over left field against a strong
wind that prevented the swat from
counting as a homer. Perrin, fresh-
man pitcher, had revenge on Cross by
tallying three hits.
Score by innings:
Fresh lits ...........0 0 2 2 0 0 0-4
Senior lits ...... ...3 0 1 0 0 1*-5
The teams lined up as follows:
Senior lits-Mclsaac, 2b; Trost, 3b;
Cross, p; Fraser, c; Opal, as; Rood,
lb; Talbot, rf; Payette, cf; Nieter, If.
Fresh lits-Bailey, 2b; Zapp, ss;
Perrin, p; Wobrock, lf; Butler, cf;
Anderson, 1b; Wilkins, rf; McCue, 3b;
Bernstein, c.
IIILLSDALE COLLEGE CLUB
ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Members of the Hillsdale College
club of the University at the annual
reunion and banquet last night held at
Newberry hall, elected officers for the
ensuing year. They are as follows:
president, Frank Taber, '17; vice-pres-
ident, Grace Van Aken; secretary and
treasurer, Rockwell Kempton, '18M.
Announce Chaperons for Union Dance
Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Bassett will
be the chaperons for the weekly Union
dance Saturday night. The committee
in charge of the dance will be com-
posed of George Murphy, '19L, chair-
man; George P. Weadock, '18; Leo F..
Donohue '19, and Russell J. Mc-
Caughey, '19.

Women's Baseball Season Starts When
Jnikrs and Seniors Clash
The women's baseball season will be
opened this afternoon with a game be-
tween the juniors and seniors on the
enclosed field across from Barbour,
gymnasium. Olive Wiggins will pitch
'or the juniors, facing Vera Brown be-
hind the plate, and Harriet Walker
and Olga Shinkman form, the senior
battery. The game will be called at
4 o'clock.
'Underclassmen will decide their
diamond differences at 4 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon and the cup game
will be played off on field day, which
is June 2.
Exhibit Mtachine
Gun atKL. N. E.
Lecture Tonight
A machine gun will be on exhibition
tonight at 7:30 o'clock in-room 348 En-
gineering building in connection with
the lecture to be given by Captain
David Cleary of the Michigan national
guard on machine guns and machine
gun operation.
The lecture is one of the series ar-
ranged by the military board of the
engineering college for the benefit of
students asking E. M. E. courses, but
is open to the public. Captain Cleary
has just returned from the Mexican
border where he had the benefit of
practical experience.
Major Rukke of the regular army
will speak at 7 o'clock next Wednes-
day, Thursday, and Friday mornings
on camp sanitation, personal hygiene
and first aid.
RED CROSS EXAMINATIONS
1AC 1IlDA Y AND SATURDAY

1 i
MINNESOTA FROWNS ON
ABOLISHING ATHLETICS
0-.10 STATE UNIVERSITY PRAC.
TICALLY CLINCHES BIG
NINE TITLE
Minnesota: As the result of pro-
tests made by the student body, the
all-university council voted against
the suspension of athletics by the
board of athletic control. It is felt
that athletics furnish a means of keep-
ing the men physically fit until they
are actually needed for war, and ex-
tensive publicity will be used to se-
care a repeal of the athletic board's
action.
Pennsylvania: Capturing every
match, both singles and doubles, the
Pennsylvania tennis team defeated
Swarthmore in their recent tourna-
ment.
West Virginia: In a close game, the
state championship of West Virginia
was won by West Virginia university,
when they whipped Marshall college
by a score of 3 to 1.
Vanderbilt: Only three mep of the
1917 football team will return to
school next year. All the rest have
taken up military service, farming, or
business. Unless the kaiser suddenly
quits, Vanderbilt will have no team.
St. PauPs School, N. Y.: Honors
for the first no-hit scholastic game.go
to Fred Dickerson of St. Paul's, who
defeated the New York Aggies at Gar-
den City 5 to 1.
Indiana: Ohio State practically
clinched the Big Nine baseball title
by winning the game with Indiana, 7
to 2. Wildness of Indiana's pitcher,
Ridley. and six errors. by the Indiana
team aided the victory of Ohio State.
SISLER CLAIMS ANN ARBOR
IN REGISTERING FOR DRAFT
George Sisler has named Ann Ar-
bor as his home town. Along with
15 others of the St. Louis Americans,
George got away to an early start in
registering as an absenteeunder the
conscription act. George really hails
from near Akron, O., but has chosen
this city as his home for purpose of
registration.

KNOK

SECOND YEAR TEAMS TO PLAY These teams were to have met yes-
OFF DELAYED GAME SATURDAY terday but the game was called off on
account of the cold weather. All
Soph lits and soph engineers will members of the two teams are re-
play off their postponed game at 2 quested to report for the contest
o'clock Saturday afternoon. promptly.

,.. ..

Elect Aldrich Mimes' Vice-preside
In the list of officers elected by t
Mimes which was given out in T
Daily yesterday, the office of vic
president was omitted. This office w
be filled by Leonard O. Aldrich, '1

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Prices, $1.50 to $6.00

All those students wishing to receive
their Red Cross certificates should be
present at the examinations to be
given from 4 to 6 o'clock Friday after-
noon, May 25, and from 10 to 12 o'clock
Saturday morning, May 26, under the
direction of Dr. F. R. Town, in the
lower lecture room of the Homoeo-
pathic hospital.
Show Little Interest in Racquet Games
Because of the cold and wet weath-
er, little interest has as yet been
shown in the All-fresh tennis tourna-
ment, but as soon as it warms up more
turn outs are expected.
A silver loving cup will be given to
the winner of the tournament. , All
those interested are asked to consult
Intramural Director F. A. Rowe at the
Athletic association offices.
To Speak on Birds of County Tonight
"Warblers of Washtenaw County"
will be the subject of a talk by A. D.
Tinker at the regular meeting of the
Ann Arbor Bird club at 7:30 o'clock
tonight in room 355 of the Natural
Science building.

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Main Streets

For fine Watch Repairing, J. L.
Chapman, Jeweler, 113 Main St.-Adv.
Tues. e.o.d.

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