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April 01, 1919 - Image 3

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TI IE MICHIGAN DAIL Y

COtL WEATHER HOLDS .
UP BASBILL PRACTICE
ELIGIBILITY COMMITTEE WILL
SETTLE CASES OF MEN
TONIGHT
Varsity baseball men's eligibility
will be decided tonight at a meeting
of the eligibility board in the Athletic
association office.
Every man on the first string is
urged to be there promptly at 7
o'clock. According to the coach the
meeting is of great importanc.e since
the question of eligibility is a serious
one. However, he does not anticipate
any disappointing discoveries as far
as scholarship goes.
This wintry weather is playing hav-
oc with the baseball men, making it
necessary to abandon practice Mon-
day, on account of the drop in the
mercury column. It is thought that
this sudden return of January weath
er is only temporary and that the ar-
rival of the balmier days which are
most favorable for the diamond men
are not far off.
Chalk Talk Probable
Coach Lundgren wants the squad to
report this afternoon at the regular
time whether it seems possible to con-
duct an outside practice or not. He
believes that the time can be used to
good advantage with a chalk talk as
he has 'not as yet given much time
to the explanation of the theory of the
game. He has taken particular note
of some of the faults brought out in
the practice game last Saturday and
" intends to call attention to them to-
gether with the commendation he has
to make.
Last Saturday's game served its pur-
pose admirably. Getting back on the
big diamond seemed to have a good
effect on the squad, many weaknesses
were revealed and also many strong
points of the players which were not
evident in the humdrum daily prac-
tice.
Glenn in Good Form
Glenn, last year's captain, in pitch-
ing the few innings which he did, ap-
peared up to his form of last season
and gives cause-for much hope for
Lundgren's pitching, department. Many
believed that he would have outshone
Ruzicka last spring if lhis arm had
not been injured in the middle of the
year.
If it is possible that Glenn is go-
ing to come through this year, as he
will _do unless' he suffers a serious re-
verse, Michigan fans will have cause
for the wildest of dreams for the com-
ing season.
Two Strong Infields
The situation at present is this:
Coach Lundgren has developed two in-
fields, the second almost as good as
the first, made up of men with enough
experience to reassure even the most
skeptical as far as that department
of the game goes.
Huber is promising to, fill the va-
cancy left by Morrison with great suc-
cess. Parks and Glenn may form a
combination hard to beat, and there
seems to be a superfluity of outfielders
with hitting ability.
SENIOR GIRLS W I N
BASKETBALL TROPHY
Women's basketball season came to
a close last week Thursday when the
sophomores met defeat at the hands
of the junior six. The season has been
an unusually successful one, marked
by clean playing and hard fought
games. ,
The seniors have made their last
record as basket tossers a brilliant
one, leaving their class numerals en-
graved on the silver loving cup as a
proof of their ability.
The juniors won secnd place by de-
feating the sophomores, and received
the consolation banner as a reward
for their efforts.
Sympathy lies with the sophomores,
who lost both of their games after a
hard fight but whose unfailing spirit

and good feeling mark them as good
losers and good sportsmen.
A fine sophomore team is expected
next year if the girls of this year's
freshmen team return to college. Their
playing was very unusual for first
year women and deserves great comn-
mnendation.G
The standings:
Class team 1st g. 2d g. Total
Seniors ..........32...24......56
Juniors ........18.....22......40
Freshmen ........24..... 9.....33
Sophomores. .....13.....12......25
FClarke, Princeton's new baseball
coach, has made no statement as to
the prospects of this year's team.
Prospects, appear excellent, 'however,
as nine letter men have Peturnied.

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