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ICION GALLS OFF
NTERCOASTIGS
ISION IS IN ACCORD WITH
SPIRIT OF REGENTS'
RESOLUTION
WENTY ONE HIGHS
WOULD ENTER MEET
thle 'Creek, Jackson, and Bay City
Are Among Schools Not to
Answer Call
Vhat was to have been the nine-
uith annual interscholastic track and
d meet was yesterday called off by
mneeting of the executive commit-
of the board in control of athletics.
ome action was necessary by the
trd following the decision of the
gents last Friday in refusing to take
the question.
Letter Sent Out
'he letter sent out to all schools
ich had contemplated entering the
et reads: "The executive commit-
of the board in control of athletics
the University of Michigan, after
efu and serious consideration, has
ided not to hold the annual inter-
.olastic track meet this year.
This action is prompted by the be-
. that the same is in accordance
Ih the spirit of the resolution re-
passed by the board of regents
pending all intercollegiate competi-
i pending the termination of the
twenty-one schools had given defi-
3 promises to enter the coming
et. Many more,. would have come,
t reasonable to believe. Doubt is
ressed in regard to the fact that
a year's meet would not have seen
many schools represented as the
ord classic of last spring. Rumors
e floated about that Battle Creek
I Jackson highs will have no mor
side athletics this year. Bay City
tern has already suspended track
is expected to follow suit in the
er spring sports. These three
ools represent units of strength,
ioh would probably have had the
ct of making the prep meet weaker
a. It has been for some time. Other
ols in the state are expected to
dlish sports in the near future, so
t the personnel of this year's meet,
xne had been held, would probably
e been weaker than usual.
ast year 49 schools entered. Thirty-
it of this total were in the class A
sion. In 1915, 39 schools entered.
Some Entries
mong the 21 who had already en-
red, were Toledo, S tt and Waite,
cago university hig~i and Crane
;fnical. No Cleveland schools had
3red. 'Oregon high, the winner last
r, was not expected to enter be-
se of the fact that their team is
present in the University of Penn-
rania. This team consisted of two
able and respdcted athletes-Land-
and Loomis, who amassed 32
its, and easily took the meet.
alling off the interscholastics is
this year only. It is expected in
w of existing condition no meet will
ield as long as the war lasts.
tmouth to Form Signal Company
anover, N. H., May 3.-A full com-
. of undergraduate students will
organlzed at once by Dartmouth to

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RESHMEN BEAT VARSITY
TEAM IN PRACTICE GAME!

MALTRY'S
FINE

YEARLINGS PUT
BRAND OF BALL
YESTERDAY

UPI

Michigan's All-fresh baseball hope-
fuls disposed of the Varsity in an ab-
breviated game yesterday afternoon,
pushing two runners across the plate
while their elders counted but once.
The yearlings took the contest in
handy fashion, earning both of their
counters, while they checked the
perspiring efforts of the Varsity with
a neatness and despatch that augurs
well for future University of Michi-
gan baseball teams. The Varsity
spotted the freshmen pitcher, Parks,
for the first three innings and the
youngster baffled the men of Lund-
gren with a smile and a curve ball
that kept him out of danger at all
times. Dwyer took up the burden of
deceiving the Varsity when Parksey
withdrew from further hostilities and
he was scored upon once. Billy Nie-
mann. soaking a sacrifice fly to right
with the bases full.
The fresh won the affair in the fifth
inning. Lush worked the first three
stanzas for the Varsity and he held the:
freshmen in check, but they got to
Saunders who succeeded him for two
runs in the fatal fifth. Wimbles, the
first batter up, slammed a long three
bagger to right. He scored a moment
later on a sacrifice fly to right field,
Billy Niemann contributing probably
the prettiest catch of the year in
snaring the drive. It was a liner just
over the infield and the lad from north
tore in at full speed and speared it
with one hand some six or seven mil
limeters above the sod. The second
run was the result of hits and the
fresh earned their victory over their
opponents. "
Score by innings:
All-fresh .............0 0 0 0 2 0-2
Varsity ...............0 0 0 0 1 0-1
WESTBROOK AN. E6BERT
PLAY IN TENNIS FINALS
DEFEATED SEMI - FINALISTS;
BARTZ AND HARRISON
MEET TODAY
The University of Michigan Tennis
club tournament has progressed to the
finals, Westbroi vid Egbert winning
out in the semi-final matches played
yesterday afternoon. Both struggles
developed exteremely fast tennis.
In three hard fought sets Westbrook
managed to defeat Bartz, the score
standing 6-3, 8-6, 6-2. In the second
set Bartz had Westbrook 6-5 and it
looked as though he might break
through the almost invincible attack of
his opponent, but Westbrook rallied
and averted defeat by taking the next
three games.
Harrison fought a plucky four set
match against Egbert but the sup-
erior driving and net play of the vic-
tor proved too much for Harrison.
Westbrook and Egbert meet in the
finals on Monday and some of the fast-
est tennis that has been seen this
spring is anticipated as both men
are going in splendid fashion. The de-
feated semi-finalists meet today.
Rent a good Kodak for lo today of
Lyndon. Open Sunday from 9:30 to1
12:30 and 1:30 to 4:30 only. Drop
lms in chute after hours.-Adv. sun1

Decide in Favor'
Of Class Tennis
Michigan will have an interclass ten-
nis tourament.
This decision was reaced yesterday
afternoon at a meeting called together
by Rosey Rowe in the interests of the
University of Michigan Tennis club.
Each class will have a four man team
and the winners will be awarded their
numerals.
Intramural Director Rowe has intro-
duced a novel method for winning
places on the team and one that is
calculated to bring unusual interest in
holding positions on the four aggrega-
tions. The managers will appoint a
team at the beginning but any man in
the University who believes that he
can defeat one of the players selected
has the right to challenge him for
the position and if he is successful in
winning, will be awarded the position.
IHe can, in turn, be challenged by any-
one else and thus holding a position
means constant competition.
Those who are interested are to
call their respective class managers
not latter than Monday. The following
men have been appointed:
Seniors -- Dawley, phone 1809-M;
juniors--Hindley, phone 2370; sopho-
mores--Bartz, phone 367; freshmen-
Westbrook, phone 1929.

SENIOR LITS WIN AGAIN
IN BASKETBALL TOURNEY!

three frames. Obie O'Brien was a'
whirlwind on the bases and stole
everything in sight except Rosey
Rowe's watch and First Baseman Cec
Cross' Phi Beta Kappa key. (The watch
was home, and Cec hasn't received the

OBIE O'BRIEN ESTABLISHES
SELF AS BASE PILF-
ERER

Wallie Niemann spotted the soph
lit baseball team three runs in the sec-
ond inning in the interclass baseball
league yesterday afternoon, just to
give his mates something to work for,
and they proved equal to the emerg-
ency, winning out 5 to 3.
For pure, unadulterated wildness,
Niemann's second inning spasm de-
serves honorable mention in the arch-
ives of the ancient and honorable pas-
time. He walked four men and un-
corked a flock of wild heaves that let
three frightened and terrified sophs
sneak across the plate.
But ah! Wallie settled down and
the sophs began to suspect that Wal-
ter Johnson himself was on the job.
The seniors won the game in the last

Score by innings:
Senior lits.........0 0 0 0 1 2 2-5
Soph lits .......... 0 3 0 0 0 0 0-3
GRANT LEAVE OF ABSENCE
TO 48 WHO WORK ON FARM
Forty-eight literary students were
granted leave of absence from the
University to do farm work and six
applications were laid over for further
consideration by the literary commit-
tee on military instruction and ser-
vice at its meeting yesterday after-
noon.
Another meeting of the committee
will be held in the near future to pass
on the applications laid over and on
such other applications as may yet
come in.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

HIM. key as yet.)

No Decision on
Matter of A wards
There has been considerable specu-
lation on the campus as to whether
track and baseball men would receive
an "M" for their work this season.
Director of outdoor athletics, P. G.
Bartelme stated yesterday afternoon
that no action had been taken on this
point as yet.
"I have no idea whether 'M's' will be
awarded this year," said Mr. Bartelme.
"The board has taken absolutely no
action on the question and until they
do there can be nothing but pure
guessing."
The basis fro such awards would
prove a rather difficult matter, ac-
cording to some, but until it is de-
cided by those in charge, conclusions
either way are idle speculation.
Try The Daily for service.
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad
vertling use The Michigan Daily.

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YESTERDAY'S

GAMES

LEAGUE STANDINGS
American League
W. L.

Boston............10
Chicago............11
New York..........8
St. Louis........... 8
Cleveland ........... 9
Athletics ............ 6
Detroit............6
Washington.........6
National League
W.
New York ........... 8
St. Louis ............11
Chicago .............11
Phillies ............. 8
Cincinnati ...........10
Boston.............6
Brooklyn ............ 4
Pittsburg.............7

4
7
7
8
10
9
9
10
L.
5
7
8
7
11
7
7
13

Pct.
.714
.611
.533
.500
.473
.400
.400
.375
Pct.
.615
.611
.579
.533
.476
.462
.363
.350

YESTERDAY'S GAMES
American League
Athletics ......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Boston .......0 0 10 0 10 0 0-2
New York .....000001000-1
Washington ...0 010 0 0 0 20-3
Chicago.......100 000000-1
Cleveland .....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20-2

7
5
5
5
6
11

3
1
0
0
2
1

THE FLARE EFFECT IS THE NEW
TENDENCY FOR THIS SPRING
THE DIFFERENCE
Between "Hey there, that's the wrong car"
and "This car T/ease, Sir," is simply the

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Detroit at St. Louis, no game.

National League
Brooklyn ....0000010003-4
New York ...100000000-1
Cincinnnati ..100000020- 2
Chicago .....0 12 12 0 4 0 0-10
St. Louis .....000000004-4
Pittsburg.....000003000-3

7
9

12
14
7
6

1
2
4
3
0
4
1
2

Boston .........001100000-2 10
Phillies ......100401010-7 9

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