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. --THE MICHIGAN DAILY

COLDWEATHER STOPPED
YPSI GAME YESTERDAY
INDIANA GAME TO BE PLAYED
WITHOUT PROPER
PRACTICE
Weather conditions intervened
Thursday for the second time in two
days as far as local diamond work.
was concerned and -the Varsity base-
ball game with 'Ypsilanti which
emerged unplayed from Wednesday
rains, was cancelled again yesterday on
account of the sudden thermometer
drop.
The unseasonable chill which pre-
vented actual play also halted any ap-
preciable amount of practice as Coach
Lundgren preferred to take no chanc-
es, on weakening his aggregation be-
fore the first Conference game of the
season, which is scheduled for Satur-
day with Indiana. Although the team
is reported to be in good fighting
trim, the forced idleness since Tues-
day eliminated the final touches of
much needed practice before Michi-
gan's ope'ner in the 1919 Big Ten com-
petition.
Indiana comes to Ann Arbor with,
the fresh scalp of the Indi'anapolis
American association team with whom
a pre-season match was arranged. The
Hoosiers boast a strong and unusually
well balanced outfit and a win Satur-
day for the 1918 champion Wolverines
will mean a, flying start toward the
current banner.
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STRENUOUS WORKOUTS DUE
FOR YEARLING BASEBALLERS
Again the weather held up the prac-
tice of the All-Fresh baseball. Al-
though several of the men reported
at Ferry field for the regular drill
Thursday, Coach Mitchell decided it
was too cold.
This is the: second time that the
yearlings have been stopped, the rain,
Wednesday, kept them from the dia-
mond. Lack of practice may delay
the choosing of the lineup but this is
to be doubted for the coaches are
anxious to get the team started so that
they may give the Varsity squad some
competition.
The practice this afternoon and Sat-
urday morning will be strenuous to
make up for the time lost in the last
two days. It is very important that
tryouts be present at these work outs
for they will have a great deal to do
with the picking of the squad.
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SECOND FOOTBALL, ~III EMPEAE
WORKOUT THURSDAYTEISTMIII iJO I
Coach Mitchell put the spring foot- FORMATCHES TOMORROW
ball candidates through a strenuous

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workout Thursday night, in spite of
the cold weather. Fourteen meA re-
ported in uniform and went through
the exercises.
Passing and the receiving of pass-
es took up the majority of the time.
The men were instructed in the best
method of throwing the ball and all
had their turns in catching. The wind
made accurate work very difficult and
cold fingers were responsible for many
fumbles.
A little general instruction in block-
ing and line playing closed the after-
noon. The men that reported were:
Carter, Geiger, Dunne, Henry, Creno,
Outland Gogolski, Timchac, Kings-
ford, Eades, Clark, Wilson, Edwards,
and Planck.
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MICHIGAN AQUATIC
MEN SET FOR FRAY
Michigan's'unofficial swimming team
that is to meet the Detroit Athletic
club's tank squad tonight at the local
Y. M. C. A. pool is all in readiness for
the contest.
While the team is made up entirely of
students, the Board of Regents has
not authorized it to represent Michigan
in the sporting field. However the
team has received the sanction of the
Western Conference to compete as
unattached and also the sanction of
the A. A. U.
Following are the Michigan entries:
20 yard free style, Robertson and Din-
widdie; 60 yard free style, Joyce and
Gilmore; 20 yard breast stroke, Bab-
cock and Loeb; 20 yard back stroke,
Babcock and Joyce. The 80 yard re-
lay team will be composed of four, of
Robertson, Joyce, Steketee, Dinwiddie
and Gilmore. White, Moon, and Moses
make up the diving squad.
Officials: Dr. G. A. May, Yale, start-
er. Judges: Coach Matt Mann, N. Y.
A. C., Coach Steve Farrell, U. of M.,
Coach Carl Lundgren, U. of I.
The men have been working out reg-
ularly and deserve much credit for do-
ing so much toward making swimming
a recognized branch of athletics at.
Michigan. Although they have not had
much time nor opportunity to get into
dondition they are expected to make
a creditable showing against the vet-
eran Detroit team.
Due to limited space the meet will
not be open to the public. Each par-
ticipant can bring four spectators.
All entrants must fill out A. A. U.
blanks at Dr. May's office this morning,
from 10 to 2 o'clock.

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DETROIT RACKET SQUAD SAID
TO BE STRONG AND
FAST
During the past week Coach Mack
has picked the Varsity tennis squad
which will compete against the De-
troit Tennis club, Saturday afternoon.
Detroit will be represented by one of
its strongest teams.j
Dougherty, Codd, Lighter, and Ras-
mond are the men picked to repre-
sent Detroit this year. Dougherty has
been city champion several times.'
Wesbrook will oppose Dougherty, and
Bartz will furnish the opposition for
Lightner in the singles.
Bowers, Popp, Shields, Bowers,
Bartz, and Wesbrook will make the
trip. 'Muntz, who has been playing
well, will be unable to go, an injury
keeping him out. Coach Mack pre-
dicts a victory if the men play up to:
their usual form. "Detroit will fern-'
ish the strongest opposition this year,"
said Coach Mack in commenting on theJ
coming' matches.
There will be practice for the fresh-;
men tennis candidates on the Varsity
courts at 2:30 o'clock.
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YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
National League
New York, 5; Philadelphia, 8.
Cincinnati 3; St. Louis, 1.
Pittsburg, 1; Chicago, 5.
Brooklyn-Boston, rain.
American League
Cleveland-Detroit, cold.
Boston-New York, wet grounds.
Washington, 5; Philadelphia, 6.
Chicago, 5; St. Louis, 2.
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INTRAMURAL GOLF TO PAVE
WAY TO UNIVERSITY TEAM
With the game of golf becoming a
popular past time for the followers of
sport at Michigan, the outlook for a
University team this year is favorable.
In increasing numbers, the students
are participating in the game, while
Steketee, one of the Varsity football
men, is also an ardent follower of the
green.
It is very probable that intramural
matches will be arranged before inter-
collegiate events will be participated
in, however, agitation for a Univer-
sity team is expected to start soon.
More definite information on the
progress of those men who are out,
can be obtained at a later date, ac-
cording to those in charge.

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