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11111III VVAIRb
SHOW A SUCCESS

Four hundred Spectators Watch.
Bouts of Fast illing in
Armory

Eight

MILL4AR AND)t VDER PUT UT
IMS'I'(,0 OF"iENTIiREF EETV1'i

first two were easily Weideman's. The
closing exhibition found Tom Adams
with an injured hand and there was
less action than had been in evidence
in the other exhibitions.
* * * * * * * * * * * * *
* Every seat is expected to be *
* filled when Bert Marls fires the *
first shot from the starting gun *
* tomorrow night In Waterman *
gym. *
Mr. Rowe said yesterday that *
but 150 of the original 2,500 seats
* still remained in the athletic of.
* flees. Last rushes are expected to *
* gobble up these before tomorrow *
* noon.
* Many alumni of both Michigan *
* and Cornell in Detroit and sur- *
* rounding cities have signified *
* their intention of seeing the meet. *
** * * * * * * * * * * *
Mioakley Leads
Team Westivard

Buzz Catlett Gets Slight Margin
Heavyweight Match; Sanders
Breaks Thumb

in

MICHISAN BOWLERS GET
VICTORY OVER ILLINOIS
VARSITY WINS 13 MATCHES AND
LOSES ONLY TWO; LOUTIT
SCORES HIGH COUNT
Having received the scores set by
the Champaign team which faced the
Michigan bowling quintet last Satur-
day night, the squad holds a record
showing 13 games to its credit and a
solitary pair in the defeat list. The
Illinois match resulted in another vic-
tory for the Wolverines although the
Urbana outfit nosed a lead in the sec-
ond game. The totals of 2494 and 2596
gave Michigan a safe margin of 102.
The first and third games went to the
local pin men by the respective mar-
gins of 44 and 74 while the Illinois
team scored in the second line by a
lead of 16 pins.
On the Champaign side the individ-
ual scores give the 201 chalked up by
Fogler to be the high score of the
team. Michigan individual high marks
consist of the totals of 208 and 204 ac-
credited to Diederichs and -the 213
counted by Loutit. The Wolverine in-
dividuals which have been printed
show a general average higher than
those of opponents and fully justify
the victory in the last western match.

Play off Three
Basketball Tilts
Senior Laws, Junior Lits, and Fresh
Laws Win Games; Other Fray
Postponed
Due to the fact that the teams were
late in starting last night only three
of the four games were played to a
finish in the first set of the second
round of the interclass basketball
tournament. The senior laws, junior
lits and fresh laws managed to take
a fall out of their opponents while
the game between the junior dents and
fresh engineers went unfinished be-
cause of lack of time.
The senior laws had a walk-away
in their game with the pharmics.
Lokker and Baxter, the barristers'
forwards, rolled up a score of 30 to 9
at the end of the first half. The score
at the end of the game stood 42 to 17
in favor of the laws.
In the clash between the fresh lits
and the third year men of the same
school, the juniors proved their right

to remain in contest by defeating their
younger brothers to the tune of 18
to 9. The defeat tonight has prob-
ably put the freshman out of the run-
ning.
The third game between the fresh
laws and fresh dents marked another
victory for the lawyers. When the
final whistle blew the scorers had
credited the barristers with 17 tallies
TennisI

ponement of the juniord
gineer game. They wi
tonight.
Two scheduled gamesi
tonight as follows: 7'
fresh dents vs. medicsv
junior dents.
ltacke

While the dentists could boast or
Lack of time necessitated a

dent-fresh en-
11 play it off
will be played
to 8 o'clock,
and grads vs.
I s
ive
k
Theatre

Success in every respect featured
the initial show of the U. of M. Boxing
club held in the Armory last evening.
Four hundred spectators were
treated to eight bouts of good milling.
In the feature bout of the evening
for both action and hitting Bill Plum-
mer earned a narrow decision over
Battling Bruce Millar. Plummer was
both too fast and too clever for Millar
in a three round affair, but in a longer
math the story might turn out differ-
ently.
Buzz Catlett surprised the crowd by
collecting a slender verdict over Hill
in the opening engagement. Catlett
repeatedly found Hill for swings to
the face and body.
Battling Ross of Manistee, was too
heavy and large for the dminutive
Chinaman, Wing Young. Ross carried
a punch of- weight, and drove it to
the face with telling effect during the
last two rounds.
But for a broken thumb, the mill
between Sanders and Paul Zapp would
probably have turned into the feature.
These boys started with a rush which
never stopped until the end of the sec-
ond round, when Referee Waterman
called a halt becuase of Sanders' in-
jury.
Cave Man O'Connell proved too fast
for Jim Pollock in one of the light
heavy frays. The former exhibited a
wallop in either hand, which more
than overcame the overhead punches
of Pollock.
Jimmie Hayes earned the widest de-
cision of the evening. His opponent
Frank Thompson showed little inclin-
ation toward fighting, but on those
occasions found himself showered
with body and head blows from either
glove.
Weideman was given a close doubt
over Red Woods, lumber jack. Woods
had a shade of the last round but the

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leading lines to select from.
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Next to Arcade

Cornell Squad Leaves Ithaca for

De-

R

troit; Windnagle May Run
Half Mile
Ithaca, N. Y., March 15.-Coach
Moakley and 23 track athletes left
here tonight for Detroit, where they
will spend tomorrow night, going to
Ann Arbor Saturday morning.
It is rather doubtful whether Coach
Moakley will run Windnagle in the
mile run against Captain Carroll.
With Wenz and Dresser taking fairly
good care of the long run, Cornell is
figured to have a better chance with
Windnagle furnishing strength in the
880 against the Wolverines.
The men who accompanied Moakley
are as follows: Acheson, Banks,
Bartsch, Boynton, Cleminshaw, Crim,
Culbertson, Dresser, Captain Foss,
Gillie's, Howell, McDermott, Myers,
O'Leary, Pratt, Reavis, Richards,
Shackelton, Shelton, Stone, Watt,
Wenz, and Windnagle.
Send Coupon 14 for Track Tickets
The 150 remaining tickets for the
Cornell-Michigan track meet may be
obtained from the Athletic association
by sending in coupon 14 together with
a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and
sized without injury. Koch & Henne. ft
Try The Daily for service.

Illinois scores:
First
game
Fogler.... .142
Williams ...161
Dietz .......139
Carlson ....182
Branch .....184
Totals ....808
Michigan
totals 852

Second
game
201
157
190
176
149
873

Third
game
152
142
175
16S
176
813

Total
495
460
504
526
509
2494

t
1 4.
,,\i '

857 887 2596

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8 Here, the Freshmnan first
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Pitching Staff
Totals Ten len
With his mound corps reduced to
10 men, Coach Lundgren is getting
fairly close to the solution of this
year's pitching problem. At present,
four men are going strong and seem
to have an edge on the remainder of
the candidates. The hurlers in ques-
tion are Miller, Ohlmacher, Parks, and
Glenn. Joe Robins, veteran of last
year's campaign, should be included
in this list, but has not been regular
enough in attendance to warrant the
classification.
Shorty Miller at the close of last
season ranked with the best college
hillmen in the country, and his show-
ing at this time last year was not
nearly so impressive as it is now, so
that the long one may be depended
upon to reveal something startling in
the pitching line before he finishes the
1917 schedule.
Al Ohlmacher won his AMA labor-
ing on the mound for Captain Lab-
adies' aggregation. His work was
somewhat erratic, but at times dis-
played promise of exceptional ability.
So far this season he gives the im-
pression of a steadier man, his con-
trol in the cage being fully up to the
standard.
Parks and Glenn, the sensations of
Coach Ralph McGinnis' All-fresh team
are living up to their advance notices
in great style. The former is rather
a small man for the mound position,
but makes up his deficiency in length
with a over-abundance of speed. Glenn
is a cross-fire artist, whose peculiar
style of delivery makes his offerings
extremely hard for the batters to
solve.
Among the other pitchers who
escaped the coach's pruning knife,
Gariepy and Brand, two left handers,
are the most promising.
FOUR OUT OF EIGHlT CLASS
TEAMS RUN IN RELAY ROUND
Senior Lits Set Best Time While
Beating Sophomores in
2:04 35
Four of the remaining eight class
relay teams ran yesterday, the senior
lits beating the soph lits and the
medics and fresh engineers running
against time.
The near grads set the fastest pace
of the afternoon, running the distance
in 2:04 3-5, which time is within one-
fifth of a second of the best set by
the fresh boilermakers some time ago.
The fresh engineers could only make
2:06 2-5, but they lay this to lack of'
competition. The medics did better'
than before and covered the six laps
in 2:061-5.
All the teams are bunched together
as far as their respective times go
and the big race for the champion-
ship should be more or less of a hair-
raiser. The senior lits and the fres
engineers seem to be slightly the best
of the lot, but not by far.

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