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It's a downright shame that the
kaiser had to go and stage his little
international melee in 1917. le has
deprived Michigan baseball rooters of
seeing the finest collection of last in-
ning finishers in action that this coun-
try has known since Columbus held
down first base in the Mayflower
The Varsity took a short 2 to 1 game
from the All-fresh yesterday and as
usual they stalled around until the
last frame before, injecting the win-
Glenn and Rouzika twirled air tight
ball all the way. Glenn started his
own downfall by hitting one of the
frosh. Knode took his place at first
and Knode is the fastest thing in the
freshman class with the possible ex-
eeption of Carl Johnson. Knode raced
all the way from first to third on a
scarifice and scored, when Newell's
throw eluded Kirchgessner. But the
Varsity came right back.
Two flies that ought to have been
caught started things and Rouzika
added to complications when his
catcher was charged with a pass ball.
The receiver overtook it, over by the
Varsity bench, and threw towards the
twirler, but Rouzika was looking all
around the ball park for solace and
comfort from his old pal "Roody"
and the throw rooled away. Dancer
won the game with a beautiful bunt
down the first base line that would
have turned Eddie Collins himself
green with jealousy, and hostilities
Glenn and Rouzika twirled air tight
ball and both pitchers had etheir op-
ponents rolling easy chances around
the infield. Michigan is going to have
a great ball club next year and one of
the strongest points will be the pitch-
ing staff. This freshman Rouzika, will
develop into a world beater under1
Coach Lundgren's tutilage. Rouzika
has the best college coach in America
to teach him how and he won't have
to start on page one in the first grade
Westbrook and Kelsey yesterday de-
feated Bartz and Egbert for the title
to the doubles championship in the
tennis tournament being conducted by
the Tennis club. The match went five
Bartz and Egbert started things by
winning the first match in fine style
by a score of 6 to 3. Westbrook and
Kelsey retaliated by taking the next
set by the same score. In the third
set Bartz and Egbert again came out
on top with a count of 6 to 4. The
losing team showed a real fighting
spirit in the fourth set. Westbrook
and Kelsey started this tussle with a
rush and before their opponents could
realize what was going on the score
stood 4 to 0 against them. But with
clever persistent playing they took the
next four games in a row and tied the
count for awhile. Westbrook and
Kelsey won in the end by a 6 to 4
count. The final game and match went
to the Westbrook-Kelsey combination.
The club has not decided on the
prizes to be awarded to the winners.
It is probable that the winning team
will receive a silver cup.
The final match in the singles di-
vision was not played off yesterday
because the ground was soggy and
badly battered up after the first match.
Westbrook and Egbert, contenders for
the title, will probably meet today or
tomorrow to decide the championship.
HONOR POINTS TO BE GIVEN
TO WOMEN WHO PLAY TENNIS
Playing tennis~will be something
more than its own reward hereafter,
it was decided Friday afternoon at a
meeting of the athletic board of the
Women's league. One athletic honor
point will be given for six hours of
play on as many different days within
the space of two weeks.
A further regulation was passedre-
garding next fall's tournament, which
awards honor points only to those
who win in the first round, instead of
all who enter as formerly. Time spent
playing tennis for required sport can-
not be counted for points.
DRILL AND WEATHER UPSET
CLASS BASEBALL CONTESTS
Games in the interclass baseball
league are still disarranged on ac-
count of the weather and the fact
that teams from the senior and junior
engineering classes must be with-
drawn in order to participate in drill.
These teams can play only at times
when they can find no opponents to
An attempt was made yesterday
afternoon to play off a game between
the senior lits and the fresh engi-
neers, but the men could not be noti-
fied in time to appear.
MILTON H. FRIEND, '19,
ELOPES WITH RUTH GOLDEN
Milton H. Friend, '19, of Chicago,
eloped with Miss Ruth Golden, an em-
ployee of the Central Passenger agency
of that city, Saturday, according to
the belief of Friend's family.
Friend and his wife have been
sweethearts since their public school
days. Friend has enlisted in the re-
serve officers' training camp at Fort
Sheridan, and will enter there May 15.
Two Sophomores to Join Marine Corps
Brodhead Howard, '19, and Paul
Gordon, '19, left yesterday for their
homes preparatory to going to Port
Royal, S. C., to join the marine corps.
Notary Public. O. D. Morrill, 322
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ADELPHI TO CONSIDER PLAN TO
CLOSE UNIVERSITY DURING WAR
Advocates of closing the University
for the period of the war will intro-
duce a measure with that end in view
at tonight's meeting of the Adelphi
house of representatives.
The general outline of the plan pro-
posed is that academic work in all
departments end within the next week
or 10 days and that the University's
resources be devoted to government
service for the duration of the con-
This is the last Adelphi meeting of
the year at which a regular program
will be held. Next Tuesday the elec-
tion of officers for the coming term
will take place.
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FOR SALE - Law library for sale
cheap. The up-to-date law library,
consisting of six hundred volumes
and office furniture, of the late
Frank L. Fales, is for sale. For par-
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Vassar, Michigan. 8 to 13inc.
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Prof. Scott Writes Life of Andreyef
Prof. F. N. Scott has contributed a
sketch of the "Life of Leonid An-
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Dr. liltenour Inspects Health Service
Dr. J. P. Ritenour, physican in
charge of the health service at Penn-
sylvania State college, was in the city
yesterday to study the workings of
the University health service here. Dr.
Ritenour is the successor to Dr. W. E.
Forsythe, formerly on the health serv-
ice staff at Michigan.
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