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UIIU11 U IMLLL III
SNAPPYSLU-"FEST
Men Give Promise for Real Old-Time
Iiamond Aggregation; Squad
Shows Big Improvement
YESTERDAY'S ROLL CALL
SHOWS LET-UP IN NUMBERS
Shorty Miller Fails to Sign Up; Cap
Brandell Pulls Big-league
Stuff In Work-out
Yesterday was another off day for
Varsity baseball attendance. About 40
men appeared for work, out of a total
list of 55 plus some few who have not
yet signed their names to the register.
Classes are probably more to blame
than anything else for the temporary
lapse. as most of the candidates are
taking their greatest number of class-
es Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
The practice period coming at the early
part of the afternoon also interferes,
to some extent, with chances for get-
ting out.
Practice yesterday was probably the
snappiest yet held. The men are work-
ing hard and showing more ability per
capita than for several seasons past.
The coach divided the squad into in-
fielders and outfielders during the lat-
ter part of the period and took over
the infielders personaaly, with the re-
sult that all the prospective first, sec-
ond, and third sackers, pitchers and
the two lonely candidates for short
stop received a regular day's work.
The work of most of the men is
showing marked improvement, and
those who are not showing any en-
couraging signs may be unofficially
dropped from time to time in the near
future, although there is nothing au-
thoritative in the statement. Both Lar-
son and Dancer, who are ostensibly
battling for the position at short, are
looking extraordinarily good under
fire from the coach's willow, scooping
most of the hard ones in after the
Honus Wagner school theory. Captain
Brandell worked with the infielders
yesterday and covered the floor In great
style after probably the hardest ones
the coach could deliver without loos-
ening some of the plaster from the
Do You Enjoy
Outdoor Sports?
If so, you like skating, and
to thoroughly enjoy this
healthful exercise you must
be correctly corsetted.

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NICHIGAN VILL HAVE BIG
NINE ALL HER VERY OWN

Catchers
Eager, Keen, Mattson, Under-
wood, Morrison, Marcinkiewicz,
Fraser, Haidler, Payne, Dunne.
First Base
Wehmeyer, McAllister, Coop-,
er, Charpiot, Gardner, Newell.
Seconid Base
Guardia, Sallwasser, Middle-
ditch, Labadie.
Third Base
King, Horwitz.
Short Stop
Larson, Dancer.

Pitchers
Parks, Pettigrew, Cutting, Hild-
ner, Crockett, Saunders, Birming-
ham, Van Cleef, McAllister, Cart-
wright, Petts, Gariepy, Lush,
Payette, Stuart, W. A. Niemann,
Martin, Bailey, Gotfredsen,Brand,
Dwyer, Ohlnmacher, H-ibbard.
Outfield
Trost, Van Cleef, Kirchgess-
ner, W. K. Niemann, Ferguson,
Harris, Garrett, Reem, Gracey,
Smith.

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INJURY MAY CO ST
ENTRY IN RELAYS'
Le Scofield Slowed Down by Charley-
horse; Must Regain Condition
by End of Week}
MAY NOT ENTER TEAMS IN
LONGER FOUR-MEN EVENTS
Cec Cross Expected to Give Mucks of
Wisconsin Race of Life in
Weight Events
Le Scofield may set the best laid
plans of Coach Farrell all to naught
this week.
Le yesterday was so much off form
that the fastest man among the quar-
ter milers to date may be useless for
the western conference intercollegiates
at Urbana Saturday. A Charleyhorse
has such a grip on the sprinter that
his attempts to get up speed yester-
day were useless.
The failure of Scofield to get back
into shape before the last of the week
may cause Farrell to abandon his
plans in sending a mile relay team,
since Chicago and two other schools
are known to possess fast teams in
this event.

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Steve is also uncertain whether he 1. Every absence should be E
will send a two or four-mile relay plained within one week.
team to the big carnival. It Is just 2. Every absence not explain
possible that neither one will be sent. within two weeks will be marked u
Trials will be held tomorrow after- excused.
noon to determine the final outcome. 3. Each absence on the day ii
In case neither of the longer relay mediately preceding or following a v
teams are sent, the tracksters may be cation or holiday is counted as threE
minus Captain Carroll, since no mile The recent practice of sending a

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wall. King, Horwitz' understudy of COP GAME BY 46
McGinnis' 1916 All-fresh, from present
appearances, looks like a strong bid-
der for that position on the Varsity Wolverine Pin Spillers Head
this year. Intercollegiate Classic
Birmingham, twirler, took his work-
with the infielders. Rumor has it that Having bowled three matche
Birmy may perhaps be shifted to the intercollegiate league, Mi
squad of candidates for first base, team at present heads the li
and that, once over in that division. latest victory was scored &
is likely to make things warm for all when the Wolverine team took
concerned. of three games from our agri
Shorty Miller was observed in the neighbors. The marks set b
gym at work but as yet has failed to C., as received by CaptainS
make his mark on the Varsity regis- yesterday, show the Farmers1
ter. Glenn also is evasive. Reports gotten the jump in the firs
are that when some of the hurling and copped by 29 pins. Thi
squad attempted to sign their names first game the Michigan rep
the pencil curved all the way round tives have lost since their de
the sheet. the league.
Word has finally been receiv
RIFLE CLUB COMES Ithaca explaining the delinqu
sending the scores of two e
mTL7Tr!T TfU T7[T TLT 1

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List in

run will be held.
Cec Cross may be expected to give+
Arlie Mucks, the giant Wisconsin shot1
heaver, a run for his life in the leadI
ball contest unless Mucks shows much]
better prowess than he did against
Notre Dame last Saturday. In thisf
meet Mucks was beaten in the shot by ,
Bachman, and the Badgers lost the
dual to the Catholics by 10 points. IfC
Mucks is right, no one will concede7
Cec even a fair chance of defeatingj
the big boy who was practically un-
beatable last season.t
HAL EXPLAINS SYSTEM
REGISTRAR TELLS METHOD TO
BE USED BY ATTENDANCE COM-
MITTEE IN FUTURE
Editor, The Michigan Daily:I
In the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, the rules governing at-
tendance are as follows:f

notices or summonses when a number
of absences have accumulated ha
given rise to the supposition that the
responsibility for prompt attention
rests on the committee on attendance
instead of the student, ."who alone
should bear it. The committee wil
therefore henceforth discontinue the
sending of such notices and will un-
derstand that students will present
within the two weeks all excuses
which they deem satisfactory. Strici
record will be kept and at the end of
the semester excessive absence will be
appropriately penalized by warning, sc
as to bar participation in activities, or
by reduction of credit.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Prof. Hegner to Speak in South Haven
"Michigan Bird Life and Its Obser-
vation' is the subject of a lecture to
be given by Prof. R. W. Hegner tomor-
row night in South Haven.

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two out
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for you.

plan a unique
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Delta Cafe.

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T HRKUUGHi WITH11836
Bateman Claims High-man Title with
Accumulation of 176 points;
Nicholson Second with 169
In a match held in the range of
the Rifle club last week, the Wolverine
sharpshooters turned out a team
total of 836. Bateman was high man
for the Michiganders, puncturing the
target for a 176 count. Nicholson, of
last year's aggregation, pulled in sec-
ond with a tally of 169. The average
for the other three men who repre-
sented Michigan were as follows :
Waterbury, 166; Warren, 165, and Cut-
ting, 160.
The poor showing of the Michigan
aggregation this year is due in large
part to the delay in completion of the
rifle range, as well as to the change
in the rules governing the teams in
Delta Cafe can accommodate twenty
couples. See Mr. Konold. 27-8,1-2-3-4
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place,
611 E. William St. 5tf

The Cornell faculty seem to have prov-
ed themselves primarily the offenders
and on account of some trouble be-
tween aforementioned faculty and the
Ithacan bowling squad, the eastern
end of the match was not played. Ac-
cording to the rules it is entirely in
the hands of Michigan as to whethe
or not the Cornellians may roll them,
games and not be accredited with a
forfeit.
The scores of the M. A. C. match are
as follows: /

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WING to the fact that our business has increased
to suc/ an extent since our opening, we have
been forced to move to larger quarters, and are
now occupying the store on the corner of the
Nickel Arcade and Maynard Street (opposite the

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Dent Hockeyists Default to Lit Team
Because thew were unable to corral
the seven necessary puck-chasers for
their scheduled game yesterday, the
Dent aggregation was forced to for-
feit to the junior-senior hockey ag-
gregation.
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.

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ESTABLISHED 1818
MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEW YORK
Telephone Murray Hill 8800
Our Representative, Mr. D. L. Gray, will be at the
HOTEL PONTCHARTRAIN, Detroit
Tomorrow and Thursday
February 28th and March ist
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Spring
A copy of our New Illustrated Catalogue containing
more than One Hundred Photographic plates will be mailed to anyone
mentioning The MIC0HIGAN DAILY

To the Men Who Look Ahead
YOU NEED
A spring suit or overcoat, in fact
you must have one.
THE QUESTION
is simply whether you want to wait and pay advanced
prices later or whether you will take advantage of the
Ward old price now.
I HAVE MADE GOOD
in the estimation of the many customers for whom I
already made garments, because every one of our gar-
ments is made to fit and to satisfy. Made on the pre-
mises right here in Ann Arbor. In order to increase
the number of satisfied customers I will, beginning
Today give for a short period only
A Double Texture Guaranteed, Waterproof
Raincoat F R E E
with every suit or overcoat.
COME IN NOW
The selection is very good, because of the new spring
woolens we receive daily. The prices are the same as
last seas n in spite of all war condition- and besideswe
give you a guaranteed raincoat that is worth no less
than $8.00 F R E E.
Yes, Please dont' forget the story about the early bird.
Ward's Klassy Kut Klothes
F. W. Allen, Mgr. Phone 244-R
118 E. Huron

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You must be comfortable,
and still you want your figure
to be trim.
meet all these requirements.
There are models distinctly
made for "sports" wear, and
each model is a fashionable
shaping corset.
Be fitted to your
Redfern Comet.

BOSTON SALES-OFFICES
TRMEONT COR. BOYLSTON sTREET

NEWPORT SALES-OFFICES
220 BELLEVUE AVENUE

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for
College hen
These are two of the
24 popular shapes in
which you can get the
Stratford
75c and up
W D C Hand Made
$1.00 and up
Each a fine pipe,
with sterling silver ring
And vulcanite bit.
Leading dealers in
town carry a full as-
sortment. Select your
favorite style.
WM. DEMUTH & CO.
New York

$3 and up
For Sale by

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French
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