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men now coming out are: McGowan,
Boice, German, Corcoran, Cooper,
Langenhan, Johns, Perrin, Usher,
Hammels, and Ferguson.
There will be baseball practice Sat-
urday afternoon as usual.

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R0 0. RUHCENER ELECTED
NEXT QUINTET CAPTIAN
CHOSEN AT MEETING OF TEAM
FRIDAY; SUCCEEDS
EMERY
Ralph O. Rychener, '20, of Archbold,
Ohio, was elected basketball captain
for the coming year fat a meet-
ing of the quintet to have their pic-
tures taken Friday.
Rychener succeeds Emery who was
,not here for the greater part of !this
season, but who managed to return
in time to win an 'M." The new cap-
tain has played for tWo years on the
Varsity and this winter held down the
position of running guard. His good
work on numerous occasions was the
biggest factor in winning games.
Rychener has the ability to hit the
basket from the center of the floor
and succeeded in winnig the Illinois
game by five beautiful ringers from
the middle regions. He is also a
strong guard and covers the entire
court.
Farrell Working
Track Men Hard
Coach Farrell is - letting slip no
chance to better the team ,in prepa-
xration for the Conference meet March
21 and 22. Waterman gymansium has
been the scene of strenuous work on
the part of the track and field squad.
Smith, Baker and Lindstrom have
been indulging in daily workouts in the
pit with the 16 pound shot for the last
few days. There is noletup in the
coach's effort to get the best possi-
ble results from the husky weight
heavers, as points in this are very es-
sential to winning the meet. Walls
has added several inches to his putt
ting in the Chicago gymansium and is
one of the most dependable men in
this event.
Michigan's sprint trio, Johnson,
Cook and Losch, in an effort to pre-
serve the form that has twice taken
triple wins in stiff competition, have
done a great deal of work in the short
dash. Many of the points taken by the
Maize and Blue team in the two meets

IMPORTANT
All-Fresh track meet will be
held in Waterman gym at 2:30
o'clock, Saturday. All entrants
be there at that time.
Baseball Squad
1 'itelers

BA9TTiNG -BIG FEATURlE

Glenn
Scheidler
Parks
Lemp
Kimball
Crockett
Huber
Hayes
Schluntz
Cohn

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Hatch
Novak
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Garrett
Pheney
Labadie
Third ase
Froemke
Anderson
Shortstop
Knode
Van Boven

have come through the ability of
group of high class performers.
Sedgwick Makes Good Time

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Captain Sedgwick led the distance
men around the track in a couple Qf
speedy races including the half and
the mile. Though defeated by Mc-
Cosh last week Sedgwick is depended
on for a place in the mile at North-
western. There are very few runners
in the West that can best the stellar
Michigan' captain in a distance race
when points are needed. Bouma and
Walker are gaining power in the
mile and are expected to show form
against the Conference teams in this
event.
Schofield and Messner have been
timed in several fast 440 yard dashes.
These two men are among those that
have just entered school and have not
been out in uniform long. Their pres-
ent speed indicates a reorganized re-
lay team for the Conference meet. The
relay four has been rather inexperi-
enced this year and therefore not quite
up to the usual standard of previous
springs. The advent of the numerous
veteran has strengthened the team in
the place most needing new power,
the relay and middle distances. In
the last few days all tryouts for the
quarter in preparation for the form-
ing of the relay team were sent over
the distance to gain .atnew line on the
ability of the men out.
440 Men Look (904d
Butler and Buell are looking better
than at any time before this year in
their events. Over a fast track these
men are the equal of any middle dis-
tance runners in the Conference, and
this ability should be apparent on
the Purple track, which is one of the
speediest in the West.
Westbrook, the sophomore who has
been doing so well this season, has
been clearing 11 feet consistently, and
can add several inches more when
necessary. Cross as usual has been
going from 11 feet 3 to 11 feet % every
time out. The showing thus far made
by Cross a14 Westprook mkes them
choices for first and second in any
Conference meet.

OutfieldersN
McGowen
Ferguson
Boicep
Garmanh
Corcorane
Cooper .
Langenhan
Johnss
Perrin
Usher
Hammels
WILLIAMS HONORED
BY CHICAGO COACHt
Coach Page of the University of
Chicago five has picked three Confer-s
ence basketball teams. Williams thec
star Michigan gaurd, has received a
position on the second quintet. He isv
tae only Wolverine to be placed on
any of the teams by the Chicago men-
tor.
First team-Oss, Minnesota, forward;
Al. Smith, Purdue, forward; Gorgas,
Chicago, center; Kingsley, Minnesota,
guard; Hinkle, Chicago, guard.
Second team-Birkhoff, Chicago, for-
ward; Marquard, Northwestern, for-
ward; Wilson, Illinois, center; Wil-
liams, Michigan, guard; Platou, Min-
nesota, guard.
Third team-Francis, Ohio State,
forward; Taylor, Illinois, forward;
Knapp, Wisconsin, center; Brown,
Iowa, guard; Phillips, Indiana, guard.
SENIOR WOMEN WIN FROM
JUNIORS; SCORE 32 TO 18
Women basketball enthusiasts who
were confident of a junior victory had
their hopes smashed by the sensa-
tional playing of Jane Duemling, se-
nior forward, whose 10 field goals
went a long way toward defeating the
juniors 32 to 18, Friday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
The playing of the entire senior team
was swift and clean but credit falls
chiefly upon the two forwards who
tossed basket after basket with ap-
parent ease.
The juniors put up a hard and
steady fight through the entire game.
Dorothy Jones, whose wonderful play-
ing in the "odd-even" contest created
such a sensation, seemed entirely off
form; while the other forward, Edna
Daskam, was almost completely handi-
capped by a guard twie her heighth.
Seniors will battle with the fresh-
nen for the basketball trophy on Wed-
nesday, March 19.
Lieut Joe Jenkins of the Chicago
White Socks now in Germany, expects
to return by April 1.
Forty men have turned out for base-
ball practice at Dart mot.
ATTENTION STUDENTS--101 stu-
dents are going to earn $60 00 per
week this summer selling Fuller
Brushes. There is still room for a
few more who can show s that they
have the right stuff In them. Write
NOW. Address Fuller Brush Co., 232
Nickels Arcade.-Adv.

IN DIAMONDRACTIC
sQUD GR IDUALLY INCRFASES
IN NUMBER O
MEN
Batt ingand fielding practice is in
ull swing in the big net inside Wat-
rman gymnasium with the big staff
) hurlers throwing to the batters for
in hour each afternoon.
Scheidler, Parks, and Lemp are do-
ng the majority of the pitching ut
Kinmball and Crockett are gradually
assuming a share of the burden. Bob
Glenni is going a bit easy as yet as his
ri is not known to be in first-class
shape and- the coach does not wish to
lose the only man on the staff with
a great deal of experience.
Cohn has reported and is doing a
great deal of the catching. With Cohn,
Huber, Hayes and Schluntz to take
turns little difficulty will be found in
making a start in the receiving end
of the team, but there is still much
room for ambitious backstops. At
least three more are really needed by
the coach in order to select a good
staff.
" Adamus Out for First
Adams, Conference choice for the
initial sack job last year, and Bower-
man, hurt early in the season, are the
men of Varsity experience who are out
for the first base position. Hatch and
Novak show a great deal of ability in
fielding practice and in batting.
Garrett, Pheney, and Labadie com-
pose the second sack candidates that
have shown Varsity form in the aft-
ernoon practices. Garrett loks to be
as good as last year which will make
him a hard man to displace, he is
scooping up the grounders well and
his batting is excellent.
Knode Fielding Well
Mike Knode is fielding the surest of
any of the candidates now in action.
With Van Boven, out for short, and
Froemke, Anderson, and Howard, the
third basemen, he completes a fast
bunch of infielders.
The outfielders list continues to
swell, though very little can be told
of the various men till outdoor work-
outs begin. Batting is the big thing
for the garden aspirants to master
while the team is inside the net. The
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