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Lundgren Gives Basebail Men Work-
out for Today's Contest With

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Niemann, right field.
Thomas, third base.
Labadie, left field.,
Brandell, center field.
Walterhouse, shortstop.
Caswell, first base.
Larson or Harrington, second
Dunne, catcher.
Robins, pitcher.


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Coach Lundgren had the Michigan
baseball squad working at batting'
practice for a big part of the after-
noon yesterday in preparation for to-
day's game against Syracuse.
According to the coach, the Michi-
gan team will line up against the east-
erners in the same way as they did
t last Tuesday against Ypsilanti Nor-
mal, except that Joe Robins will be
doing the twirling. The only other
possible shift lies at second base.
Harrington may get into the game
against the Orangemen. He has been
troubled with his arm all year, but is
in much better shape now than he has
been before. Harrington has been
hitting in, fine shape in practice and
when the coach sent him in to hit for
Ohlmacher against Ypsilanti he made
good with a long two bagger to left
Syracuse comes to Michigan with
a strong team, and the Wolverines
will have a real battle on their hands.
The visitors have been playing great
ball in the east and they are anxious
to take Michigan's scalp. Today's
game is to be called at 4:05 o'clock.

Chilly Weather 7 T
Hinders: Practice
Track Men Fail to Get Good Workout;
Waterbury Apears Outdoors
for First Time
More cold weather yesterday kept
Coach Farrell's track men from get-
ting a good day's workout. Unless the
weather man turns loose a little of
the real brand of heat, there is danger
that the coach will request the ath-
letic association to erect a multitude
of stoves around the running track.
But there is one ray of satisfaction.
Notre Dame can't be faring much bet-
Simmons apeared in a suit yester-
day but did not attempt any jumping
and consequently the coach is still "on
the fence" as to whether "Vic" will
go against the Catholic high leapers.
"Les" Waterbury yesterday made
his initial outdoor appearance of the
season in track garb. The second of
the trio of the Varsity high leaping
men showed in his work of yesterday
that his ankle, which was badly injur-
ed last winter, is in shape again. "Les"
will undoubtedly go into Saturday's
meet, but owing to his lack of prac-
tice, the heavy hand of Michigan's
chances will fall upon Griest. Griest
has been going over the cross-bar but
little of late, spending most of his time
in the 440- and 880-yard distances,
but he should be able to annex some
points in this event.
Golf association members will have
their first chance to work under com-
petition this season today when the
qualifying round of the campus cham-
pionship tournament vill begin. This
round will last today, tomorrow and
If a sufficient number of men ent&
the tourney, it is possible that two
flights of eight will be run. Numer-
als will probably be awarded the win-
ner of the first flight and another
prize for the second.
The first and second rounds of the
tourney must be played off next week,
or forfeits will be declared.-
Results of the qualifying round may
be turned in any time next Sunday to
Tapping at phone 783, or to Palmer
at 371.

Senior Laws Triumph Over Fresh
Laws in Baseball; J-Zits De-
feat Senior Lits
In the first interclass tilt of the aft-
ernoon the senior laws yesterday con-
tinued their winning streak by taking
a game from the fresh laws by the
decisive score of 17-5. There was little
heavy hitting on either side; the senior
runs coming largely as the result of
outfield errors. "Tom" McNamara
and Thomas hurled for the winners in
good shape. Martin and Rowan did
the receiving for the same team and
performed in satisfactory style. De
Lorimier pitched good ball for the
fresh laws but lacked support in the
outer garden.
Score by innings:
1 2 3 4 5 6-R. H. E.
Senior laws ... 1 0 0 5 7 4-17 8 2
Fresh laws .... 0 1 0 0 0 4-5 6 9
Junior Lits Wallop Senior Lits
The second game of the day was a
one-sided contest in which the junior
lits sprang a surprise by winning from
the seniors of the same college to the
tune of 13-5. Most of the winners'
runs came as the result of hard
drives. Shutes, twirling for the losers,
performed well in the later stages of
the game.
A feature of the game was a hair-
raising stop by Johnson of the juniors.
Score by innings:
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Junior lits .. 2 1 5 2 3 0 0-13 12 1
Senior lits... 10 0 0 0 0 4-5 5 3
Batteries: Flynn, Codd and Fraser;

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Varsity Football Trainer Appears
See Spring Training Squad



Varsity football trainer Harry Tut-
hill was in Ann Arbor yesterday to
look over the spring training squad at
work. Although the day was told for
the season and excellent for football
purposes, there was not a la:rge num-
ber of men out, and the new trainer
did not get the opportunity to see even
half of the squad he will condition
next fall.
The trainer spent some time in
talking to Captain Maulbetsch and in
looking over the men at work. Assist-
ant Athletic Director Edmnds showed
him over Ferry Field, most interest in
this second sight-seeing trip being
centered in the baseball diamond.
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Columbia and Pennsy Battle to Tie
Philadelphia, May 3.-The Columbia
and Pennsylvania baseball teams bat-
tled to a 15-inning tie here today. The
game was called on account of dark-
ness with the score 2 to 2. It was a
pitchers' duel all the way.
R. H. E.
Columbia .................. 2 9 2
Pennsylvania ........ ...... 2 10 1
Purdue Wins Easily from Old Rivals
Lafayette, Ind., May 3.-Purdue de-
feated her ancient rival, Indiana, at
baseball 7 to 0. The Crimson was out-
played in every department of the
game. R. H. E.
Purdue...................7 11 1
'Indiana........... ........0 5 3




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