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April 22, 1917 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

SS **Maltby, 3b...1
.GU ARS IN 10 INNINGS KirchgessnerIf 5
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RUNS TO IXEI) CROWD'S
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TELLS OF DUTY ALL OWE TO
COUNTRY AT PRESENT
TIM1E

We all owe a duty of universal ser-
Lj TS v ice to our country.. Not universal
mnilitary service, but universal ser-
OUR_
No country can be successful that
has not a good moral fiber to support
it.

**Batted for White in the tenth.
Michigan's Varsity baseball squad 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 R.
celebrated the opening of the season Varsity .......0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 2 1-7
by nosing out an All-campus team yes- All-Campus ...0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 0-6
terday in a 10-inning fray by a score Two-base hit-Niemann. Three-
Sto 6 base hits-Brandell 2, Niemann. Stol-
o to6.en b ses-Walterhouse, Brandell! 2,
The Varsity committed seven awful Mattson, Horwitz 2, Birmingham. Sac-
errors, but it was an interesting game rifice hits-Glenn, Cooper, Birming-
all the way and the Lundgren proteges ham, Ruzicka. Struck out--By Ruzicka
staged a typical "fiction finish" by 4, Glenn 5, Lush 4, Parks 3. Base
scoring one i the eighth, tying it up on balls-Off Glenn 2, Lush 2, Ruzicka
with two i the nith and then pullng 1, Ohlmacher 2. Double plays-Bran-
out ahead in the tenth, after the lead dell to Newell to Mattson. Wild pitch
hdell to NewellhtodMattson.lWildepitc
had changed hands several times. ---Ohlmacher. Passed ball-Morrison.
The All-campus boys filled the bases Umpire-Stevenson. Time of game-
in the tenth with no one gone, but phours 35 minutes.
the Varsity pulled out of the hole and
proceeded to stow away the game in
their half. The irrepressible Brandell W LrHWINSGT CAMP STN
singled, stole second and third, and
came home when Ohlmacher cut loose
with a wild heave that drew up against Whitlow, '19, won the lightweight

very little, if any, of what each of us
owes the nation in sacrifice and ser-
f ice.
You expect a freeman's rights; you
should do a man's irt.
We have declared war and voted
money.. Why hesitate about furnish-
ing menI
"I Did Not Raise My Boy to Be a
Soldier," has no place now.
Interscholastic Meet Is Uncertain
Even the annual interscholastic
track and field meet has come under
the power of Thor. The Athletic as-
sociation will not know whether this
year's big high and prep school meet
will be held or not until the Regents
meet the last of this month.

ONE DOLLAR-
SUNDAY 'INNER
12:30 to:30
Cream o iomato Soup
Baked Chiken. Dressin
Bnraiscd Shoulder of Veal
Mahed Potaoes
Young GBeet, s. Btt eed
Manor Salad
Strawbery ce Cream Cake
Tea Coffee Milk
The Renellen Hospice
A Place of Distinctioe Service

Coach Fielding H. Yost dismissed
spring football practice for the year
at a meeting of football men in the
Ferry field clubhouse last night.
Owing to the pressure brought to
bear on all branches of activity
throughout the country due to pres-
ent political and military conditions,
the coach deemed it wise to call off
further training. He hopes that every
man will do his duty and in the end
be back to resume old activities.
In case the war continues until next
fall, the coach stated, there will be no
Varsity football. He left for Nash-
ville, 'Tenn., last night.
Senior Lits Practice Tomorrow
Senior lit class baseball tryouts will
meet on South Ferry field at 3 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon for the second
practice of the year. Because the first
game of the season will take place
during the coming week, all tryouts
are urged to report.

If Germany wins it means abolition
of all our ideals of human liberty.
Each man should find some place
wherein to serve heis country even if
it is only with a pick and shovel.

I No comp~romuising.

I hope each one of us will find some-
thing to do. Let us all do our duty
wherever that duty finds us.,
If our patriotism consists only in
enthusiastic demonstrations :and flag
waving, At will not accomplish much.
Deutschland uber alLes means
"Germany over all," and that word
"air' includes you and me.
There has been too much preaching
about what the country owes us, and

MARYUPICKFOR A ADE
I MON., TUES., WED., - - APRIL 2-24-25

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the stands.
Lineup and summary:

Varsity. A.B.
Niemann, rf.... 5
Reem, lf........5
Walterhouse, cf. 5
Brandell, ss.....4
Mattson, c......4
Horwitz, 3b.....4
Dancer, 2b.....4
Newell, lb.....3
Glenn, p........1
Lush, p........2

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championship from Traub, '18M, in
four and one-half minutes, in the final
match of the Wrestling club's tourna-
ment held yesterday afternoon in the
wrestling room of Waterman gym
The followers of the mat art saw a
fast bout. Traub was campus cham-
pion in 1915 and Whitlow was runner-
up last year. Whitlow got a body scis-
sors on his opponent which worked.
into a see-saw. According to the rules
for this year's tournament this consti-
tutes a fall. The victory was awarded
to Whitlow, who wins a silver cup.
Have those rooms redecorated for

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The Best Raquets from the
Best Makers

All-Campus. A.B.
Johns, cf.......3
Cooper, rf......4
White, 3b.....5
Morrison, c... 5
Birmingham, 1b .4
Middleditch, 2b 4
Larson, ss......4

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yyour my F Lestivai guests. rone 237
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Adults - - - - Matinee 15c, Evening
Special Children's Matinee 4:30 Each Day - -

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2, 3, 4, 5, 1917

Tickets:

ANNA SCHRAM-IMIG

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Single Concert Tickets on Sale at the University

School of Jiusic, on and after April 23,

$1.00

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LOIS M. JOHNSTON

WILLIAM WADE HINSHAW

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