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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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fine ball to win. Hinkle or Crisler will
pitch the second game, the Michigan
choice probably being Glenn.
Michigan is expected to be powerful
on the mound and rather weak at bat.
The games should develop in to pret-
ty exhibitions of pitching skill be-
tween four hurlers of note.
Batting List
The batting order will follow the
plan of the Wisconsin game:
Cahn 2b, Mochel 3b, Curtiss lb,
Hinkle ss, Sproehnle rf, Serck cf, El-
ton rf, Vollmer c, Terhune and Cris-
ler p, Cole, Nicley, O'Brien, and Smith
are the utility men taken.

skin.
As Captain Goetz was unable to be
on hand yesterday afternoon, Timchac
took charge of the practice and put
the men through a short drill in spill-
ing and tackling. After the recent rains
the ground was in fine condition for
this kind of work, not too muddy, but

soft enought to break the falls
to save the skinned shoulders w
resulted at the last practice.
Although there was a high
some passes and punts were t
After work on starts the men
journed to a couple of easy lap
the track and a shower.

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Many Athletes Turn Out For Daily
Track Drill; Field Events Stressed
Coach Farrell's squad of track men ling a little, and working toward the
is beginning to assume the look of relay event.
Conference champions under the effect Arch Walls is fooling 'em by putting
of steady practice and the good weath- in his practice in the morning instead
er tht hasmadeof the afternoon. Since going outdoors
er tat as adepossible the daily: the big weight heaver has added sev-

drill sessions the past week.
Westbrook and Cross are out every
day and vaulting around 11 feet.
Neither has made any great attempt
to reach extreme height and for this1
reason little of the spectacular has
been accomplished. iSnce ethe indoor
Conference meet it has been realized
that the Michigan entries in this event
would not have the easy win that they
took last year, and the two are ex-
pected to make rapid strides in the
next few days in order to reach Con-
ference form.
Milers Running
Captain Sedgwick has been doing
varying distances on the track in prep-
aration for the mile and two mile
against Chicago. Bouma will have a
hard race on his hand with McCosh,C
the Maroon captain and Conference
mile champion. This race and the two
mile should develop into hard com-
petition between Sedgwick, McCosh
and Bouma, all Conference point win-
ners. Bouma surprised everyg'e
when he copped his place in the mile
at the Conference meet last March. He
has had longer to prepare and is in
better condition now than he was
when in the last Big Ten meet. To
judge from this he can be counted on
to give the Chicago stars a real race.
Johnson in High Jump
Carl Johnson is the only man now
out for the running high jump that
has taken Conference points in this
event. He is practicing on the high
jump after running a few sprints, hur-

eral inches to his mark in the in-
door meets and looks good for points
from Chicago. Lindstrom has been
practicing in the javelin and discus
quite regularly for several weeks and
seems to be gaining in his ability to
put great distance between himself
and the weight.
Quarter Milers Out
Messner and Nash ran a half at
fair speed in the practice Thursday
night with Burkholder following.
Burkholder thentcompleted three
laps, finishing quite strong.
Losch was out for a short time and
went through his usual drill in starts,
following that with a short run
around the track. Thursday Johnson
came out in his street clothes and
C watched things for a few moments,
but was on a vacation and did not
participate.
Teegarden, '17, Goes to Rio de Janeiro
H. B. Teegarden, '17, who was pres-
ident- of the oratorical association in
his senior year, writes in a letter to
Prof. T. C. Trueblood from Para, Bra-
zil: "I am on my way to Rio de Janeiro
to join the U. S. S. Denver as supply
officer. Dr. W. L. Schurz, of the his-
tory department, is on the same
steamer.
"We crossed the equator last even-
ing at 7 o'clock. The temperature here
is 90 degrees in the shade. I am
thoroughly enjoying the trip."
The letter is dated March 24.

WOLVERINES READY
FOR MID WAITES
Lineup Unchanged from That of In-
diana Game, Conch Lundgren
Announces
BATTING PRACTICE THURSDAY
FINAL MEANS OF PREPARATION1
Michigan's second Conference game
of the year will be called at 4:05
o'clock this afternoon at Ferry field.
The University of Chicago team is
here for. two days and two contests
will be played, one each on Friday
and Saturday.
The Wolverines are in fine shape
and are confident that Friday's game
will result in a victory for them in
spite of the fact that it has been rum-
ored that the Windy City men will
present a strong outfit. \ The game with
Ypsilanti Wednesday and the batting
practice which was held Thursday
was the last preparation which was
given the Michigan men.
Friday's Lineup
Coach Lundgren gave out the lineup
for today's game yesterday afternoon.
Froemke will be kept at first base and
will not be replaced by Garrett as
many of the fans believed. Garrett
has been put at first base several times
during the last few practices and has
done well at that position, and it was
predicted by some that respite Froem-
ke's good showing in all of the games
his small size would count to much
against him and he would not last on
the initial corner.
Karpus seems to have landed his
berth at the third sack and has done
creditable work at that position.
Knode and Cooper will lead the batt-
ing list as usual and play in their reg-
ular positions.
Parks to Start
Parks will undoubtedly start today's
game and will probably be used all
through. He was saved Wednesday
with the intention of using him today
and opportunity given Glenn to test
the strength of his arm. Glenn will
be one of the best pitchers that Mich-
igan has ever possessed if the arm
which caused him so much trouble last
season comes back into the condition
it was once in.
Glenn will be saved for the Saturday
game, when he will be used if the
weather is warm and will not endang-
er his arm. Huber behind the bat and
Pheney in right field complete the line-
up for the first game. The batting list:
Knode 2b, Cooper If, Van Boven ss,
Pheney rf, Huber c, Garrett cf, Froem-
ke 1b, Karpus 3b, Parks, Glenn Scheid-
ler, and Crockett, p.
PITCHER TORHUNE STAR
OF MAROON BALL TEAM

YESTERDAY'S

GAMES

American League
St. Louis-Chicago, postponed.
Detroit, 8; Cleveland, 1.
Wash1irgton4'hiladplphia, postpon-
ed.
New York, 7; Boston, 3.
National League
Chicago-Pittsburg, postponed.
Cincinnati, 6; St. Louis, 3.
Philadelphia-New York, postponed.
Boston-Brooklyn, postponed.
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SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE
With the thermometer registering
football weather rather than baseball
or track temperature, only six men
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for the coming two day trip to Ann
Arbor, Coach Pat Page has run his
team against several of the best inde-
pendent baseball teams of Chicago.
After losing to Iowa there was a
feeling of discouragement until the
Wisconsin game had been won, which
has seemed to instill the lacking con-
fidence into the Maroon squad.
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coach is building his hopes of at
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the 7 to 3 victory of last year. Hin-
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Seven Veterans
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year's team to select from for the Wol-
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