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CHEDULES

OUGLASS AND PONTIUS
SIGNED AS ASSISTANTS
AGREEMENTS WITH COACHES ARE
CONTRACTS FOR ONE
YEAR
Three Varsity athletic schedules
were presented to the board in control
of athletics yesterday. All were rati-
fied. The Varsity football, baseball
and track charts are out for public
perusal after much speculation on the
part of the campus and the athletic
world in general. The track sched-
ule includes both indoor and outdoor
seasons.
Among other important matters are
of the most outstanding was the rati-
fication of the contracts of Varsity as-
sistant football coaches, Douglass and
Pontius, respectively, for another year
of relations with the University. Both
agreements are one year instruments,
thus assuring the 1917 eleven of the
same coaching staff which trained last
fall's Varsity. The work of both
coaches as respective bowers to Coach
Fielding 1. Yost, was of such char-
acter as to make their assistance of
prime importance as well as interest.
The question of securing a Varsity
basketball coach was given consider-
able attention and discussed. No
definite action was taken on the mat-
ter. The question of securing a man
for the position was suspended until
more time could be devoted to the task
of negotiating with applicants to a
greater extent.
By far the greater part of the time
was devoted to the various schedules.
No action was taken regarding the
baseball team's trip charts, or regard-
ing the schedules for the All-Fresh
teams, in track, football, or baseball.
Those questions were left until an-
other meeting.
Athletic Director Bartelme refused
to make any statement regarding any
possible discussion of conference mat-
ters at the sitting, saying that there
Is absolutely nothing to make public.
'nosh Track len
Gather Tuesday
Varsity Celebraties and Athletic Au-
thorities to Preside at
Function
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock the
official 1917 All-Fresh track season
will be launched. The scene of the
opening will be the West Physics
building lecture room.E
As spectators, all freshmen who are<
interested in track will be present tot
witness the launching. As sponsors of
the function Athletic Director Bar-4
telme, Coach Farrell of the Varsityi
track team, Doctor George A. May, di-
rector of Waterman gym, Captain Ed-
die Carroll of the Varsity, and Man-
ager Sanders will preside. Each ofc
these men will give a short talk to
the aspirants.
Prospects for a,good team are excel-I
lent and a large turnout at the meet-t
ing is expected, in view of the inter-e
est shown thus for in track. Everyi

man in the first year class who ex-
pects to try out for the team or who is
interested in the sport at all is urged
to attend the gathering Tuesday night.
The whole purpose of the meeting
is to get ambitious cinder men togeth-
er and get them acquainted with the
expectations of the coach and others
in authority and to generate some real
fight. According to dope the yearlings
have plenty of that commodity as well
as ability, and all that is needed to
make the gathering a success is a
good attendance.
KALMAZO COLLEGE TO
APEAR NOVEMBER 3RD

FAREL GETS BEST
ENCOUNTERS IN YERS

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INTERt'OJLE(GI AIES
TWIO BIG RELAYS 'FOIR
CO ACH
1917 IND)OOR SEASON

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UNIVERSITY 0F DETROIT
SEASON HERE ON
OCT. 3
1917 FOOTBALL SCHE

OPENSI

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Oct. 3.-University of Detroit at
Ann Arbor.
Oct. 6.-Case Scientific School of
Ann Arbor.
Oct. 10.-Western State Normal Col.
lege at Ann Arbor.
Oct. 20.--Michigan Agricultural Col.
lege at Ann Arbor.
Oct. '27.-University of Nebraska at
Ann Arbor.
Nov. 3.--Kalamazoo College at Ann
Arbor.
Nov. 10.-Cornell University at Ann
Arbor. f
Nov. 17.-University of Pennsylvania
at Pennsylvania.
Michigan's Varsity football schedule
as ratified by the board in control yes-
terday afternoon contains two surpris-
es. Both center in the same city.
Michigan meets Kalamazoo College
and the Western State Normal school.
Kalamazoo College draws Nov. 3
date while the Normalites appear on
Ferry field for an early season game.
Michigan has eight games booked,
seven of which are in Ann Arbor,
while the remaining affair is to be
played in Philadelphia. The Wolver-
ines will wind up the home season
against Cornell, Nov 10. A week later
they make the annual eastern pil-
grimage, meeting Philadelphia in the
alternate year arrangement which has
obtained in the case of Cornell and
Pennsylvania ever since the two in-
stitutions have been booked.
The athletic association authorities
announced some time ago that they
would schedule an easy game for the
Varsity footballers on the first Sat-
urday in November, as the team finish-
es the season with two hard games,
and Nebraska and Michigan Agricul--
tural College are the two games pre-
ceeding. Both of these last mentioned
affairs will prove hard fought games
and the team will welcome a let-up
affair against a less formidable op-
ponent.
The University of Detroit has secur-
ed a date, but this is no surprise, as
word from the City of the Straits has
foretold this in advance of the ap-
pearance of the schedule. This means
that Michigan will play four of her
eight games against institutions with-
in the state.

Feb. 17.-Notre Dame University at
Ann Arbor.
Feb. 22.-Syracuse University at Sy-
racuse, N. Y.
Mar. 3.-Western intercollegiates at
Champaign, 111.
31ar. 10.-issouri Athletic club,
at St. Louis, -o10.
Mar. 17.--Cornell Unliversity at Ann
Arbor.
1917 OUTDOOR SEASON
April 21.-Drake Relays at Des
Moines, Iowa.
April 2S.-Penn Relays at Philadel-
phia, Pa.
May 5.-Varsity Meet at Ann Arbor.
May 12.-Notre Panie University at
Notre Dame, Ind.
May 19.--Syracuse University at
Ann Arbor,
May 2-2--Eastern Intercolleg.
sates.
Two Varsity track schedules were
given out by the athletic association
in consequence of the board of con-
trol meeting yesterday afternoon. Two
western meets appear on the chart for
the season, the western intercolleg-
iates to be held at Champaign, Ill., and
that with the Missouri Athletic club
at St. Louis. Cornell again appears
on a Michigan indoor schedule after
a lapse of three years.
The indoor list offers a strong com-
bination of competitors. Notre Dame
always has a strong team and is gen-
erally stronger on an indoor track
than out on the cinders. Syracuse is
equally strong and nearly always pre-
sents a well-balanced team. At the
western intercollegiates Michigan will
meet the pick of the western indoor
aggregations and will be a good index
as to the comparative strength of the
east and west in view of the Wolver-
ines' battles with Syracuse and Cor-
nell.
Little is known locally of the Mis-
souri Athletic club, but it is very pro-
(Continued on Page Six.)

STANFORD NEW OPPONENT
ON BASEBALL SCHEDULE
TWENTY GAMES FOR TEAM RATI.
lFIED; SOUTHERN TRIP
UNDECIDED
1917 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
April 18-Kalamazoo college at Ann
Arbor.
April 21--Marshall College of West
Virginia at Ann Arbor.
April 27-Western Reserve univer-
sity at Ann Arbor.
April 28-Case Scientific school at
Ann Arbor.
May 3-Syracuse university at Ann
Arbor.
May 5-Syracuse university at Ann
Arbor.
May 9-Kalamazoo Normal at Ann
Arbor.
May 12-3ichigan Agricultural col.
lege at East Lansing.
May 14-Syracuse university at
Syracuse, N. Y.
May 15-Syracuse university at
Syracuse, N. Y.
May 16-Cornell university at Ithaca,
N. Y.
May 17-Cornell university at Ithaca,
N. Y.

May 1S-Swarthmore college at
Swarthmore, Pa.
May 19--University of Pennsylvania
at Philadelphia, Pa.
May 23-Polish academy at Ann Ar-
bor.
May 26-Open.
May 30-Michigan Agricultural col-3
lege at Ann Arbor.
June 2-Cornell at Ann Arbor.
June 9-Notre Dame university at
Notre Dame, Ind.
June 27--Leland Stanford, Jr., uni-
versity at Ann Arbor.t
Michigan's baseball schedule as rati-t

FOR EVERY OCCASION

FLOWERS

fied by the board in control yes
day afternoon contains 20 games.
are in Ann Arbor, with the except
of six. These comprise the eastern
and one each against Notre Dame
one at East Lansing.
Although Michigan's baseball bc
ings as announced yesterday have
provision for a southern jaunt, i
(Continued on Page Six.)
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