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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOR TENNIS TRYOUTS

MEN TO START TRAINING FOR
COMING BIG TENCOURT'
..ATCIHES
All men wishing to try out for the
Varsity tennis team should report at
Ferry field, Friday afternoon - at 2
o'clock.
Dr. Lee who has coached the team
in former seasons will be unable to
take charge of the men this year. He
is suffering from eye trouble and does
not think that he would be able to
stand the a.dded strain.
Chris Mack has been appointed to
coach the team this spring. The
names of all 'men reporting today will
be taken and matches arranged for
them. The best men will be nicked to
meet Ohio State two weeks from Sat-
urday.
Westbrook, Shields, and Munz, can-
didates for the squad have been out
knocking the bail around for the last
week and will soon be ready for the
watches which will be held next week.
'PLANS UNDER WAY TO FORM
WOMAN'S BASEBALL LEAGUE
Plans have just been completed by
the Woman's Athletic association for
a woman's baseball league. Teams
from any sorority, league house or
dormitory are eligible to this league.
Applications for' entrance must be
made to KatherineNJoveland as soon
as possible.
The baseball field is across the street
from Barbour gymnasium. Weather
permitting, this field may be used for
practice any, time after 5 o'clock and
all women are urged to come out and
try, their hand at the gentle art.
A baseball and bat may be purchas-
ed for about $2.50. It behooves every
sorority and league house to pur-
chase these articles and start practic-
ing.
Last year, inter-sorority games were
held, but this spring, league houses
and dormitories are also eligible. Girls
intending to try out for the class
teams, or those who played last year,
are urged to arouse interest in their
sorority or league house in order that
the league plan may prove successful.
Anyone desiring any further infor-
mation or wishing to enter an appli-
cation, is asked to call Katherine
Loveland at 1463R.
Get your Daily subscription at once
and get the full benefit of the reduc-
ed price.-$1.00.-Adv.
Baseball supplies of all kinds. Cush-
ing's Pharmacy.-Adv.

LUNOSREN'S'EN WORK
DESPITE COLD WEATHER
CASE GAME TO BE FIRST ON WOL-
VERTUNECOMINGI
SCHEDULE
Coach Lundgren has definitely an-
nounced that the game with Case next
Saturday will be played if the weather
permits. In case the large diamond
is not in shape and a game would
have a bad effect on the turf, the aux-
iliary diamond will be used.
The Case team has never loomed up
on Michigan's horizon as a serious
competitor. The games with this col-
lege have always taken on the appea-
ance of practice battles to the Wol-
verine men. No information is avail-
able that would reveal their strength.
None of the dopesters at Ferry field
have much to say as to the person-
nel of the Case team and the worth
of its individual players, but all seem
confident that Michigan will have an
easy time of it.
Ypsl Game Wednehday
This game with the Ypsilanti battle
w1 ich is scheduled to take place the
following Wednesday ought to serve
the Lundgren men well as an excel-
lent opportunity to get into form for
the match with Indiana, April 26.
Coach Lundgren said Thursday that
this game was the one for which he
was marshalling his forces. The In-
diana outfit is said to present a for-
midable aggregation, possessing a
string of stars which eVen the Wol-
verines will find it hard to outshine.
Rain and cold did not prevent 10
men on the squad from practicing
Thursday.
Those men who made their appear-
ance yesterday were: Schluntz, Parks,
Glenn, Scheidler, Froemke, Knode, Van
Boven, Novak, Pheney, and Bower-
man.
New Foxing Plan
To eAttemp-teld
'Boxing instruction as it was carried
on last year is not to be continued this
Pspring.
Orville Westerman, who was the in-
structor, is now in Detroit and 'will
not return to Ann Arbor to carry on
his work of 1918, and no successor has
been named for him.
According to Doctor May a new plan
is to be put into effect next year if
I ossible. An instructor in boxing and
wrestling will be paid in part by the
University and will charge a nominal
fee for individual lessons. This is in
many respects the ideal arrangement.
In this way the fees will be low
enough for anyone to afford the in-
struction' and the boxing master will
not be dependent entirely on the
money from the students for his in-
come.

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We have been obliged
to cancel the
Visit of our Representaitve
Scheduled for
April 17' and i8
Notice of future visits
will appear later

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Training hitherto un-
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physique and a quickened
mind.
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