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INTERCLASS BASKETBALL
Thursday at 8 o'Clock
Crawford's fresh lits vs. the
winner of Wednesday's game
between Zinn's fresh lits and,
the soph engineers.
TANK MARKS FALL
IN LAST PRACTICE

INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS
AID TO ARSITY' SPORT
DEPARTMENT HEADS DIVIDh
WORK INTO THREE
PERIODS
Intramural athletics are becoming
more and more of a factor in univer-
sity life. The Intramural department

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were ringing and baseballs
ropping in all parts of the dia-
yesterday afternoon when the
baseball men held the first
I the season on Ferry field.
emphasis was laid on fly chas-
latting flies to the outfielders
p the greater part of the aft-

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Varsity Field Not Ready
the practice was held in the South
I of Ferry field as the regular dia-
nd is not in first class condition ab
The outfield candidates, who have
1 comparatively little to do in the
nuasium drills, were kept on the
1 in an endeavor to handle the long
s sent out to them from Coach
idgren's bat. Langenhan perform-
in his old time form and more
n once brought forth favorable
iment by fielding difficult flies.
,rcely l.ess gratifying was the work
Perrin, who exhibited great speed
. was able to cover a large amount
erritory. If Perrin can keep up the
e he has already set it would not
surprising to see him as a fixture
the outer garden. Hays, Pheney,
om, Kirchgessner and Weinburg
e other men who showed up to
antage in Wednesday's practice.'
Easy for Hurlers
itchers took an easy day, being
tent to toss the ball to the bat-
*and pass' the work on to the
ar candidates. Infielders who have
ome accustomed to stopping
unders on a smooth floor found
e difficulty in duplicating their
s on the rough diamond.
wenty pitchers and eight catchersi
3rted to Coach Mather at the gym-
um yesterday for the initial work-
of freshmen battery men. Matherl
xpecting this number to be in-
.sed by today's entries.
kTERNITY BILLIARD PLAY-
RS SLOW IN SIGNING AT UNION!

is fostering leagues in every form of
Several tank records went by the sport and the interest and enthusi-
boards in the swimming practice held asm which is aroused in this effort to
Wednesday afternoon, the last practice -
before the selection of the Varsity by uncover Varsity material is very en-
Coach Drulard. The most notable couraging and bids fair to accomplish
performance of the afternoon's work its purpose to a great extent.
was Robertson's sprint in the 40 yard . FalPeriod
free style, when he came within three- The Work of the department is di-
fifths of a second of the Conference vided into three main periods, accord-
record for that distance. ing to Fred Fletcher, '21, one of Di-
Among other recordsbroken-were rector Mitchell's assistazts. The first,
those for the 200 yard breast stroke, or fall, section extends from the
which Parker easily lowered, and the opening of school to the Christmas
150 yard back stroke, which was re- vacation. In it interclass and in-
duced by Porter. Coach Drulard's terfraternity football leagues were
Varsity selections will be announced formed and a great deal was done to
in Friday morning's Daily. encourage this form of sport. Soccer
The number of men signed up for! wds also played during this period I
the interclass meet is now near the I under the auspices of the department.
60 mark. Preliminaries in the meet From Christmas to the Spring va-
will be held Friday evening at 8 cation t e work is confined to basket-
o'clock for the 40 and 100 yard free ball, hockey, swimming, bowling, and
style and for the 60 yard back track. Four basketball leagues were
stroke. A final 440 yard free style formed. and all absorbed a great deal
will also be run. The finals in all of attention. Interfraternity and in-
events will be held Saturday at S terclass hockey was promoted and
o'clock. from this grew the informal team.
An interclass swimming meet is be-
ing planned. Contrary to 'the usualI
30 BATTERY MEN custom the meet will not involve com-
FOR FRESH TEAM' petition between the differer.t schools
(Continued on Page Six)
Thirty pitchers and catchers an-
swered the first call for battery candi- It is. now plain why so many peo-
dates for the 1923 baseball nine. at, pie commended Dr. Dinger in such en-
Waterman gymnasium yesterday. The thusiastic terms when he was being
men were put through a ively two considered as a leader for the meet-
hour practice by Coach E. J. Mather, ings which he is now conducting each
evening at The Church of Christ. His
who has charge of the yearling squad.vi
Mather .expressed himself as well scholarly presentation of his great
pleased with the large turnout. message is meeting with the most
At present there 'are about two hearty reception by those who attend
pitchers for each .receiver, which his meetings, every one of whom say
pitchersefocertainlycdeservedhall
makes it possible for every man to that Dr. Dinger certainly deserved all
get a good workout:. Practice for the the good things that were said about
entire freshman squad will not com- him. Meetings at 7:30. The pubri
mence for some time yet as it is Coach is invited Good music. One hour
Lundgren's'wish to have the first year .ervice_-Adv.
battery men in shape to oppose the
Varsity -as soon as possible. Work- S P I R I T S ?
outs for the battery men will con-,
tinue daily at 1 o'clock in Water-,
man gym. ' 1{lllilllll'111t11111i 11t1Iltlltilill

More T han. a
Million Bowlers
No game has grown more rap-
idly in popularity than bowling.
As early as 1900 there were
more than a million bowlers in
the United States. Now there
are over two millions.
Coine in today and watch the
players. You'll soon understand
the fascination of the game.
Your fingers will itch to try
your skill.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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Fifth Aye,
HATS

Spring
Blocks
Now on
Display....

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ntries for the inter-fraternity three
ilon tournament, to be conducted
the Union, have been rather slow'
igning up. It is planned to com-
ce 'play on Friday if a sufficient
Lber. of entries. have been received
that time to make it interesting.
s tournament will be conducted on
elimination basis, one defeat forc-
the loser from the play.
ny house on the campus is eligible
inter one of its men as a repre-
ative, there will be no handicaps
n in this play as it is a continua-
of the inter-fraternity competition
ootball and basketball, and will
de the championship of the cam-
Entries can be made at the
: in the Union billiard room.

Finals in Grls' Basketball Today
The final cup' game between the se-
nior girls'. basketball team and the
Junior girls will be played at .5
o'clockrhursday afternoon at Bar-
dour gymnasium. A consolation game
between the freshman and sophomores
will be played on Friday at 4
o'clock:
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the most famtous god one.of the most
fashionable of New York restaurants-
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other cigarette,

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