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DAY, MAY 7, 1919.

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VARSITY DEFEATS FIRST
YEIR TENNIS TEIM U-0
WESBROOK COMPLETELY BOUTS
WORCESTER, 6-2 AND

Any men desiring charts show-
ing their physical standing and
advancement should report to
Dr. G. A. May at the Water-
man gymnasium between 2 and 5
o'clock.

KNOE HEADS BATTERS
ON WOLVERINE SQUAD

MICHIGAN IS TIE WITH
FOR CONFERENCE
LEAD

IOWA

6-3
After two days rest the Varsity de- FE+V TRYING OT
feated the freshman tennis team yes-
terday afternoon 6-0. At no time in FOR MASS GAMES
the tournament did the yearlings have
a chance. Tryouts for the coming mass ath-
Wesbrook started the winning by letic meet, to be held May 14 to 24,
easily defeating Worcester. His serv-
ice was fast and accurate, not once have not been turning out in the
giving his opponent an advantage. numbers expected by the Athletic as-
Worcester tried hard to comeback in sociation, due in a great measure to
the second set, but was entirely out- the continued bad weather which has
classed. Reindel played a good match visited Ann Arbor for the last tew
against Bartz, but was overcome by weeks.'
his tall opponent's net playing. But now as the time for the meet
Thursday the Varsity will play the approaches and the weather is be-
Detroit Tennis club in Detroit and coming more favorable for track work
Saturday M. A. C. will be here. Re- the men should begin their workouts.
suits of matches : Wesbrook deefated It should be understood that this
Worcester 6-2, 6-3; Bartz beat Reindel meet is not for the athlete but for the
6-1, 6-3; Bowers defeated Jerome 6-2, average student and withthat in mind
6.4; afrtz and Wesbrook deefated every one should turn out.
Reindel and Worcester 6-3, 6-3; Muntz There are instructors at the field be-
beat Merkel 6-2, 6-3; and Popp de- tween Waterman gymnasium nd the
feated Trues 62, 6-2. Medical building from 3 to 5 o'clock
-every day and the men are being
YESTERDAY"S GAMES coached in the various events. A man
may enter one or all of the evaents,
American tae opportunity being given to everyone
Cleveland, 3; S. Louis, 6. to determine just what he can do. It
Detroit, 1; Chicago, 3. Is a wonderful chance for the men
Washington, 0; Bost n, . who do not enter Varsity athletics.
New York, 2; Philadelphia, 3.
Itierclass Baseball Games Scheduled
NOtonal eague Pening the interclass baseball sea-
Philadelphia, 9; Brooklyn, 11., son for 1919, two games will be play-
Chicago, 7; Cinoinnati, 9, ed at 4 o'clock, Wednesday, May 7, on
Pittsburg, 1; St. Louts, 2, Ferry field.
Boston, 4; New York, 6.,j The first contests will be staged by
the under classmen, as follows: Soph-
ATTENTION STUDENTS omore lits vs. freshmen lits; soph-
Be independent of "Dad." Turn your omore engineers vs. freshman engi-
spare time into cash. Only: those who neers.
have to earn their own way through The games scheduled for last Satur-
school need apply. Give phone. Ap- day will be played at 10 o'clock Sat-
ply "Independent," care of Daily.--Adv. urday morning.

Mike Knode, second baseman of the
Varsity nine, holds first place for car-
rying on Wolverine offensive work.
The slugging captain of the team

holds a batting averagec
The squad standing is;
Player
Knode, 2b .............
Karpus, 3b ...........
Cooper, if ............
Huber, c .............
Froemke, lb ..........
Garrett, cf.........
Parks, p ... .........
Van Boven, ss ........
Pheney, rf .............
Langenban, rf ........
First place in the defer

of 375.
as follows:
AB R H Pet
8 2 3 .376
7 2 2 .286
8 2 2 .250
6 2 1 .167
8 1 .1 .125
8 1 1 .125
8 1 1 .125
9 1 0 .000
3 1 1 .000
1 0 0 .000
usive worm of

Practice hattle
Ends In 2-2 Tie
By getting the jump on the first real
baseball day of the year and send-
ing the full squad through a fast work.
out and practice match, Coach Lund-
gren recorded a profitable Tuesday
practice in preparation for the week's
games with Ohio State, Notre Dame,
and Purdue.
After a short program of hitting and
fielding the regular nine lined up for
the six inning practige match against
an outfit selected from the remain-
der of the Varsity and the yearlings.
This scrap ended in a two score tie,
the double first string register in the
third having been balanced by the
scrub runs chased across during the
first and fifth.
Scheidler on the scrub mound sup-
pressed all efforts of the regulars in
the direction of unusual stick work,
a point of the game which the coach
is working overtime to perrect. Al-
though improved somewhat recently,
the WAolverine batting eye is still the
weakest spot in their makeup. It is
now figured that the hitting of the
squad will be the deciding factor on
the coming trip and especially in the
Buckeye contest.
GOETZ GIVING FOOTBALL
MEN STRENUOUS PRACTICES
Men out for spring football practice
are getting some real Yost stuff at
Ferry field.
Captain Goetz has taken the men
in hand and is putting them through
a course in the fundamentals of the
grid game that will be a big advan-
tage in the fall. Goetz has *had
enough of the trainng to make the
advice he gives almost as effective as
the Hurry-up man could give it him-
self.
About 20 have been reporting to the
practices regularly. This is a fair rep-
resentation considering how many of
,he last year's Varsity men are in
some other sport at the present
time.
Yesterday's work consisted of spe-
cial drill in blocking and line defense
for the men who are trying out for
the line.
LOST? Advetise In The Daily.-Adv.

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the squad is held by two men, Coop-
er, left field, and Van Boven, short
stop. Huber, from the fans' stand-
point, however, is doing the best work
here, for his record reads 34 put outs,
ian assist and 2 errors, with an aver-

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The squad rating is:

Player PO
Cooper, lf ........... 0
Van Boven, ss.......2
,Huber,c...........34
Froemke, 1b........14
Knode, 2b...........1
Karpus, 3b ..........2
Langeenhan, rf....... 1
Parks, p..............0
Pheney, rf ............ 0
Garrett, cf..........0
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