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SWIMMING TEAM
Ntators to Practie Three Groups,
Hereafter; CrowdedPool Cause
of Chanfe
TWENTY-SIX NOW ON SQUAD;
TEN TO RECEIVE NrIXERALS
Because the large turnout for swim-
ming has crowded the capacity of the
Y. M. C. A. pool, a schedule of prac-
tice has been arranged that will great-
ly aid the work bf the men. The
schedule is given below and allswim-
mers should remember at what times
they are expected to report.
All middle and long distance men
are to report on Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday at 8:30 o'clock.in the even-
ing. Divers, plungers, breast stroke,
and back stroke men should be on.deck
Tuesdays and Thursdays at the same
hour. All others practice on Wednes-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock and Sat-
urday morning at 10 o'clock. New men
will also be given tryouts( at these
times.
Fifty-Eight Out
There have been 58 men out for
swimming, and 26 of them have been
tentatively put on the squad. Before
the interclass meet this number will
be cut don to 15, 10 of whom will be
awared their numerals.
There is a possibility that Coach
Drulard will be sent to Chicago to
watch the Conference meet which
will be held there on the 19th and
20th of this month. The team is, as
yet, too inexperienced to warrant the
making of entries,ln the meet, but the
presence of Drulard there would be a'
great help to the team. He should be
getting a' line on the other Conference
teams, and their relative ability. More
an that, his presence should serve
scow that Michigan is taking swim-.
ming seriously and should be looked
upon as a strong future antender for
Conference honors.
Meet with I. A. C..
Either Jefo re or after the siring va-
cation a dual meet will be held at
Lansing with _M. A. C. The Farmers
have a strong team, and their facili-
ties for swimming are the best. They
have a 9th foot pool that is one of the
finest in the country, +and an aggre-
gation of swimmers that is deserving
of the respect of the best teams in the

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Middle West. Meets will probably be
arranged with the Detroit Athletic
club, the Detroit Junior college, and
with other teams throughout the state.
The turnout for swimming bas been
very gratifying. However, it must not
be assumed that there is no rom for
more material. Men are needed espe-
cially in the dives ajd the plunge,
and new men will be giveit every op-
portunity. They should report on Wed-
nesdays at 3:30 o'clock or Saturday
mornings at 10 o'clock.
WILL GIVE CAGE
BALL EXHIBITION
After the Minnesota basketball game
in Waterman gymnasium Monday
night Dr. Emmett Dunn Angell, exa
coach. at Harvard, Yale, and Wiscon-
sin, and of the Great Lakes football
teams, will demonstrate his new
.game of cage ball.
Dr. Angell, who is an authority on
mass games, is spending the day here
as guest of the Washtenaw County
Community board and is giving exi-
bitions in the various gymnasiu .
One :of 50 Games
Cage ball is one of the 80 games in-
vented by Dr. Angell and is the game
adopted by the Y. M. C. A. and the
army for use in militaryycamps.
Immediately> after the backetball
game Dr. Angell will call about 100
young men from the crowd and will
demonstrate this and several other
games.
Dr. Angell has had a wide range of
experience in mass gamej. Besides
having taught such courses in Yale
and Harvard and having been, for
five years, a coach at the iuniversity
of Wisconsin, he was a medical offi-
cer in the navy during the war and
coached the Great Lakes football
team. He is the author of several
books on various phases of athletics.
' Little Time to Spare
He will spend a very busy day in
Ant Arbor. From 9 to 11 o'clock he
will conduct boys' classes at the high
school. At 11 o'clock he will go.jo
Barbour gym, where he will conduct
a class of University women for one
hour. In the afternoon, he will spend
an hour at 2:30 o'clock at St. Thomas',
school and from 4 to 6:30 o'clock at
the city Y. M. C. A. with grade school
boys and business men. From 7 to 8
o'clock he will be back at the high
school with high school girls and boys
and at-8:30 he will conclude his pro-
gram with th demonstration at Wat-
erman gym
NAWY PRELI[NARY WATCHES
RUN OFF IN BOWLING TOURNEY
Of the teams that have completed
thef schedule in the preliminary
round of play in the Union bowling
league the leading six are Na Sigma
Nu, Theta Xi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Phi Rho Sigma, Delta' Chi and Delta
Tau Delta. As soon as the remain-
ing teams complete their schedule the
six having the highest total numnber
of pins will. enter the finals.
On Monday Phi Kappa Sigia will
meet Sigma Phi Epsilon at 7 o'clock
and at 9 o'clock Acacia will roll with
the Katzenberger five. Phi Delta
Theta and Alpha Delta Phi will clash
at 7 o'clock Tuesday and at 9 o'clock
Lamba Chi Alpha and Zeta Beta Tau
will try conclusions. At present the
Michigan Union team and the Tin
Lizzies seem to have something on the
rest of the field, but It will be soie
time before a winner can be deter-
mined.

JIRM BRADEN, YALE FULLBACI
D CIDES. TO TAKE WAR DEGREE

PARLS TAKES, C49ARE.
DURING' COACH'S ILLNESS

FIE WEEKS OF PRACTICE
FORE SOUTHERN
TRIP

Coach LundgreA's absence inept the
baseball squad from entering into a
strenuous workout yesterday after-
noon. The Varsity mentor has not en-
tirely reepvered from an attack of
tonsilitis which has kept him from di-
recting his squad. for the past few
dais.
Captain Parks had charge of his
men and. sent them through fielding
practice. The stands which were put
up for the Wisconsin-Michigan bas-
ketball game kept the infielders from
chasing many of the bounders. The
infield men have all , become accus-
tomed to the behavior of the sphere.
on the gymnasium floor and are all
stopping the difficult ones .n a classy
mannnr.
Fielding Good
Knode and Mraz are the surest field-
ers although Wimbles, Newell. Froem-
ke, and Dunn have given some pretty
exhibitions of fielding. Pegging is
the one angle of the game which will
have to be developed when -outdoor
practice begins.
The pitching staff is working well,
and with its veterans back Coach
Lundgren should be able to build a.
staff which will cause the opposing
teams a lot of worry when the season
begins.
Hubach, one of the recruit souitti-
paws from the freshman nine has been.
showing an assortment of curves
which should make him an effe9tive
hurler. Gariepy, the other left hander,
is also doing well. These two men
together with the right handed pitch-
era make a well balanced staff.
To Play South's BestT
Five more weeks of practice are left
until the team leaves on the southern
jaunt, on which the Wolverines will
play the best college nines of the
south. During the remaining weeks
the Varsity will be able to correct
any .reak spots especially, if the

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With the opening of batting practice
next week abetter idea can be gained
of the strength of the various play-
ers. This drill will afford Coach Lund-
gren his -first chance to size up his
catching department. Up to the pres-
ent time the receivers have not per-
formed behind the bat nor have any
of the hurlers tested the effectiveness
of their best curves upon the three
score of diamond prospects who have
len limbering up for the past three
weeks.
MAT. SEMI-FINALS
START SATURDAY
The 1aist set of preliminary wrestl-
Ing matches was staged yesterday aft-
ernoon in Waterman gymnasium. Each
class presented an especially good
contest and several of them lasted
the full 10 minutes.
All men have now wrestled once in
the preliminaries with the exception
of G. E. Planck ad M. M. Clark who
will face each other on Wednesday.
Next Saturday the mat will be put
down on the gym floor in order that-
all may see without inconvenience.
Folowing are the matches which
took place yesterday:
Lightweight, McClure vs. Landis-
Landis gets decision in 10 minutes
with a toe hold.
Welterweight, Boscham vs., Scholl.
Boscham squirnms out of head lock.
and pins Scholl to the mat in three
minutes, 45 seconds. Kerr vs. Beres-
ford. Victory for Kerr by body and
arm lock in five minutes; 15 seconds.
Prillivitz failed to appear and for-
feited, to Mahoffy.
Middle'Weight, Buell vs. Heller -
Heller wins with half nelson and wrist
lock in seven minutes, 18 seconds.
Heavyweight, Goebel vs. Darden-
Decision goes to Goebel after full
time. Planck vs. Weinstein-10 sec-
onds after referee breaks hand shake
Planck secures crotch hold and has
both Weinstein's shoulders down for
the count.
The Michigan Daily, the only m'se.
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the latest campus, O Mty. MW t
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New Haven, March 6.-JimBraden,
all star football fullback and a track
man par excellence, has been forced
to leave Yale university due to inju-
rieO received during the gridiron sea-
son, when he was forced to remain for
several weeks in the local hospital.
Braden has lost so much time from his
studies that he has decided to accept
a war degree instead of waiting and
trying for the regular degree next
June. Braden broke his nose and two
ribs is the Yale-Princeton fracas and
reopened the same injuries a week lat-
er in the Yale-Harvard game. /

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