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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A A LL-FRSH 4T02
).illy MNemann's Two Two-Baggers
Aid In Nosing Out Score
of Yearlings
FIELDERS' BATTLE BIG NOTE
OF SEVEN 1NNIN6S YESTERDAY
Glenn Pitches Good Ball; Parks Lacks
Support and Loses
Game
Billy Niemann's two two-baggers,
together with a single by him and
five more hits by his team mates
brought 'victory to the Varsity 4 to 2
ir4 a seven-inning game against the
All-fresh yesterday afternoon. Four
errors by the yearlings aided the scor-
ing. The game was a fielders' battle.
Glenn pitched good ball for the
freshmen for five innings, but Parks,
who finished the game, lacked support
and lost the game in two sessions. In
addition to three hits out of four times
at bat, Niemann ran the bases neatly,
stealing two.
Captain Brandell , nearly cut off
Ruzicka from first on what should
have been - a safe hit, without any
doubt. Bran speared the ball with
one hand and relayed to first only a
second too late. Ordinary fielding.
might have netted the batter two
bases on the swat.
Mraz, a new man on the freshman
team, nabbed a difficult fly from Reem
after a nimble run, diving at the ball
and coming up with it after several
roUs on the ground., This little player
was Ruzicka's catcher in prep school.
Genebach and Sheldon pulled a dou-
ble steal in the second, when, the
former was on second and the latter
on first. In the same inning both run-
ners tried to come in when Matty
passed a ball. The door under the
stand was open and the ball went
through. Only one base was allowed.
Guy Reem was handy with the stick,
but was, not running bases, it being
his first game since his ankle was
sprained. Kirchgessner ran for him.
Birmingham was back and took New-
ell's place at the initial sack for two
innings.
A game with the freshmen is planned
for 3 o'clock Saturday, and one with
them will be played today.

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COLD CAUSES TRAKMEN
TO DESERT THE OVAL

Season
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WESTBROOK 'HAPIO
IN TNNSTOURNAMNT
I DFE ATS EGBERT [N FINAL SIN-
GLES MATCH OF
RACk
While a big crowd of fans watched
from the side lines Westbrook defeated
Egbert in the final match for the sin-
gles championship in the tournament
which was conducted by the Tennis
club. The winner took three out of
four sets.
Westbook set the pace early in the
contest by taking the first set with
a 6 to 1 count. The second set was
chalked up in his favor also. Egbert
then strengthened and managed to pull
down the next game in fine style by a
score of 6 to 4. This prevented his
opponent from winning the match in
straight sets. In the final set West-
brook proved his superior style of
playing and took the game 6 to 3.
This ended the contest and decided
the championship.'
Westbrook will receive an expensive
racquet from the Tennis club to in-
dicate the fact that he won the title
to the singles championship. This
man won in the doubles championship
also, playing with Kelsey. Nothing
has been done in regard to an award
for this title, but from present indica-
tions there will be no presentation.

COACH IS UNDECIDED AS TO SAT.
URDAY'S CINDER
EVENTS
The unfriendliness of the weather
man has caused Coach Farrell to be
undecided as regards the Saturday ac-
tivity of the track men.
It was the intention to bill some sort
of competition, probably a two-mile
relay between the freshmen and Var-
sity this week. Unless the mercury
shows a friendly tendency to mount
upward during the next two days, it
is not out of the realms of possibility
to assert that none of the thin clads
will feel the strain of actual fight for
another week.
In addition to putting a crimp in the
wishes of those in the van who want
action, the coldness has kept many
of the track men away from the Ferry
field lot. On good days about 25 turn
out, while the ordinary days of raw-
ness and damp find but a handful in
suits.
Farrell may put on the two-mile re-
lay Saturday. Some other event may
be held in its stead, but either of the
two is not likely to occur. Continu-
ance of the present cold spell much
longer is bound to have a telling effect
on the condition of all track athletes.
Decide .Fate of
Diamond Circuit

Louise Irish 'i8
Wins Net Honors
Louise Irish, '18, won the women's
tennis championship of last fall's
tournament today from Lucy Huff-
man, '20, in two fast and decisive sets
oi the Newberry courts. Score: 6-1,
6-3.
The second round of the spring
tournament is now being played off
and should be completed by the end
of this week. Margaret Atkinson, '19,
is manager of the tournament.
COLORADO TO PLAY FOOTBALL
UNLESS WAR FINALLY FORBIDS
Boulder Colo., May 9.-Unless later
developments in the war situation ab-
solutely forbid it, football will be play-
ed by the University of Colorado teams
next fall. This decision was reached
by the athletic board at their last
meeting.
Vermilyra Chosen Track Leader
Amherst, Mass., May 9.- Howard
Vermilyra of Hartsdale, N. Y., has
been elected captain of the Amherst
1918 swimming team. He is a 220-yard
man, and made a reputation for him-
self at Townsend Harris high school
and C. C. N. Y. before coming to Am-
herst.
Publishers Sue Illinois Magazine
Champaign, Ill., May 9.-The Siren,
a humorous publication of the stu-
dents of the University of Illinois,
has been sued by the Urbana Courier
for $900 for breach of contract. Last
fall a student under probation made
a contract with the Courier for the
publication of the Siren. By the uni-
versity ruling, the Siren is not re-
sponsible for the contract, so the
Courier has gone to the courts for its
balm.
Summer School Camp for Columbia
New York, May 9.-Columbia has
announced that plans are complete
for a course in military science to be
given this summer. Those who enroll
in the camp will be given a course in
military science, military engineering,
and the regular irffantry drill. The
plan of the school is to take care of
all men who are unable to get into
the Plattsburg training camp for any
reason.
Purdue Fraternity Men Join Service
Lafayette, Ind., May 9.-Out of 678
fraternity. men at Purdue university,
approximately 250 left school before
the end of last week for army, navy,
camp, or the farm. More than 300
students have left the agricultural de-
partment for the farm.
Fountain Pens repaired, straighten-
ed, and adjusted. Haller & Fuller,
State St. Jewelers.-Adv. 10-171

150 MEN RELEASED
TO WORK ON FARMS

Columbia Men Enlist in Ifospita
New York, May !.-'Twenty-fiv
1umbia men have enii-ted as no

Committee to Meet This Afternoon
Consider Additional Appli-
cations

* 1 France.

One hundred and fifty men have
been released from the literary col-
lege to do farm work. The committee
granted leave of absence to 43 stu-
dents at its meeting Monday night
among whom was J. A. Mosenfeld'er,
'17, of Davenport, Ia., who has gone to
Washington where he has obtained
employment in the intelligence bur-
eau.
The committe on military service
and instruction will hold its meeting
this afternoon at which time it will
pass on applications laid over and on
such new ones that may come in be-
fore the committee convenes.
RAILROAD ENGINEERS TO AID
DEVELOPMENT OF NEW RUSSIA
Lafayette, Ind., May 9.- American
and British railroad engineers .arek
destined to play an important role in
the development of the new Russia,
according to W. H. Winterrowd of
Montreal, Can., a Purdue graduate
who was a member of the British com-
mission sent to Russia last January
by David Lloyd George, the British
premier.
Railroad members of the commis-
sion made a thorough survey of the
railroads of European Russia, travel-
ing from Archangel, on the Arctic
ocean, to the southern shores of the
Caspian sea. The railroads will have
to be remodeled along American lines
of efficiency, according to Mr. Winter-
rowd..
Mr. Winterrowd was in Petrograd
at the height of the revolution, which
he states was not as bloodless as press
reports in this country and England
indicated.
Fountain Pens repaired, straighten-
ed, and adjusted. Haller & Fuller,
State St. Jewelers.-Adv. 10-17
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For warm days
and comfort!
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EARL &_ WILSON

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to fessiona i members of the Colum
Presbyterian hospital unit now be
mobilized for immediate service

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A merican Association Magnates
Meet; President Admits Prob-
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YOUNG MEN
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Yon'1l see Varsity Fifty
Fives worn this summer.
They're the choice of young
men who want breezy, out-
of-door styles that really fit.

YESTERDAY'S

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American League
Chicago......010 300000-4
St. Louis .... .200000000-2
Boston ....100000020.-3
Washington ...100010011-4

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Detroit .......2 2 4 010 0 *-9 14

Chicago, May 9.-A special meeting
will be held in Milwaukee late this
week to decide the future of the Am-
erican association baseball circuit,
President Thomas Hickey of that or-
ganization announced here today. By
that time' Hickey will have completed
a canvass of the league cities. The
meeting will decide whether the clubs
will cut salaries or close the parks.
An informal session of the associa-
tion magnates was held here today. At
its conclusion Hickey said, "It is need-
less to discuss the fact that so far this
season is a failure. Something will
have to be done to curtail the losses.
I have not discovered whether the
poor attendance is the result of the
bad weather or of the war."
Do not miss this opportunity of see-
ing the second Michigan exhibition of
the Grafonola Twins, Thursday, Fri-
day, and Saturday, from 2 to 5 o'clock
and Saturday evening from 7 to 8:30
Allmendinger Music Shop, 122 E. Lib-
erty St.-Adv. 10-12

'New York at Philadelphia; no game.

Hart, Schaffner
&Marx

Varsity. A.B.
Niemann, rf.....4
Reem, If........3
*Kirchg'sner, cf 1
Walterhouse, cf 3
Brandell, ss.....1
Mattson, c......3
Horwitz, 3b.....2
Dancer, 2b......2
Newell, lb.....2
Birmingh'm, 1b. 1
Lush, p.......3

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-Chicago......000002320-7
Brooklyn-.....2'01000000-3
Pittsburg at Boston; rain.
St. Louis at Chicago; rain.

clothes are all of 'these
things. And best of all
they're really all wool, guar-
anteed-and will wear. Ask
to see some of the new Var-
sity Fifty Five styles.
Agency for Manhattan
Shirts, Knox Hats.
'roule-Conlin-Fegel Co,
Southwest corner
Washington and Main Sts.
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Totals......28
"Ran for Reem.

All-fresh.
Knode,Bs..
Froemke, 3b..
Gilmartin, lb.

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Mraz, f. ......3
Genebach, c.....3
Sheldon, 2b.....3
Ruzicka, rf.....3
Langenh'gen, cf.3
Glenn, p......2
Parks, p........0

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Cincinnati at New York; rain.
SENIOR LITS DEFEAT SOPH
ENGINEER CLASS BALL TEAM
Senior Engineers and Soph Lits, Fresh
F s and Fresh Eineerg
Play Today
Senior lits defeated the soph eng-
ineers 7 to 5 in interclass baseball
yesterday afternoon, playing six in-
nings. Six runs in the second inning
made the seniors' victory possible.
The engineers never recovered.
Obie O'Brien starred again for the
winners, bringing in three runs by
st'aling home. Wallie Niemann pitch-
ed an erratic game for the lits, hav-
ing streaks of strike-outs.
Thus far the senior lits have won
three games and received one forfeit.
Their next game is with the junior
engineers Saturday.
A game scheduled between the soph
tits and the junior engineers for yes-
terday afternoon was called off. Two
gam'es are scheduled for today as fol-
lows: Senior engineers, vs. soph lits;
fresh its vs. fresh engineers.

Boys--

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Totals ......

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All-fresh . . .. ..0 2 0
Varsity.............0 0 0E

Three-base hits-Niemann 2. Two-
base hit-Brandell. Passed balls-
Mattson 2, Genebach 2. Base on balls
-Off Lush 1, off Glenn 1. Struck out
-By Lush 5, by Glenn 3.
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