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BASE RUNNING AND SLIDING
RECEIVE LUNDGREN'S NOTICE
Afternoon baseball games are at-
tracting a crowd of sbectators and no
little intertest is manifested by the
numerous onlookers who congregate
at the north end of Ferry field to
watch Coach Lundgren's nines go
through their daily contest of five
or six innings.
Yesterday afternoon the Varsity
squad was divided into two nines
with the following lineups: Ruzic-
ka's team-Knode shortstop, Kirch-.
gessner left field; Perrin center field,
Mraz third base, Genebach catcher,

strong in Wolverine teams, is being
worked nicely. Froemke has been
laying down some pretty ones and
Kirchgessner is also proficient.
Eight Days ]emain
With eight days of practice remain-
ing before the opening of the season{
with Kentucky, the contest for berths
is attracting interest and speculation.
On first base Newell and Broome are
playing stellar games. The choice
for this job is guess work. At second
base Wimbles and Karpus are putting
up a pretty fight with Wimbles. show-
ing up better as a fielder. At the bat
they are about equal. In the out-
field Langenhan and 'Perrin look like
first choices. Any one of the other
candidates is apt to break into the
field, although it would not be supris-
ing te see either Kirchgesisner or
Dunn in left field.,
fhsoakley Lau'd
J oh nson 's..Work

Karpus second base, Langenhan right Carl Johnson's performances on the
field, Newell first base, Ruzicka pitch- track in the three years that he has
er. Park's team---Wimbles second worn the Maize and Blue have called
base, Froemke .center field, Weadock forth the praises of the greatest au-
left field, Van Boven shortstop, Dunn thorities in the country. The latest
right field, Broome first base, Middle- tribute to the Michigan leaders' abil-
ditch, third base, Taggert catcher, ity is made by Wck Moakley, veteran
Parks pitcher.
BattingMost..Tmportant. Gornell track mentor, who declares
Coach Lundgren says that the big Carl to be "the greatest track athlete
thing to be stressed now is batting. ever turned out in this country." In
Games can't be won without hits, so his statement made to the Cornell
Gams cn'tbe on ithut its soDaily Sun, Moakley does not except
the coach is correcting the weakness- Dy
es his men have with the bat. Most even the great A. C. Kraenzlein who,
of the Varstiy men will be glad when since his active days at Penn, back in
they no longer have to face the of- 1897-'98, has held the palm as the
ferings of Parks and Ruzicka. As one marvel of thecinder. path. -Moakley
member remarked, "Batting averages j contends that before the year is over
will be fattened when we get back to Johnson' will conclusively prove his
regular pitching." right to the title of "the greatest
Sliding is one phase of the game' tribute to the Michigan yeaders' abil-
that has not yet been perfected. NoR
special drill in base running and slid- Closing out sale of canned veget-
ing has been conducted but the Var- ables and army supplies. An ex-
sity mentor expects to have his men ceptional opportunity for Fraternities,
pulling Cobb fallaways by the time Restaurants, Boarding Clubs, etc. U.
they return from the Southern trip. S. Army Quartermaster's Store. 213
Bunting, which has always been No; 4th Ave.-Adv.'

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STRON6 QUINTETS'
IN COURT TOURNEY
Kalamazoo, Escanaba, and. Lansing
Are Teams Expected to
Rank High
GAME SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
BY OFFICIALS IN CHARGE
Sixteen teams are entered in the
1920 high school basketball tourna-
ment which will be held here today,
Friday, and Saturday. Seven of these
have won the championships of their
respective districts. Eight )f the oth-
ers are runners up in these sectional
tourneys, and the remaining team was
invited, here to take the place of one
which could dot come on the strength
of its showing throughout the year.
The entries are listed below:
Dist. Winners Dist. Runners-up
Holland .................... ..Flint
Detroit Northwestern. Detroit Northern
Escanaba...............Battle Creek,
Sault Ste. Marie .......... Ypsilanti
Lansing................Muskegon
Kalamazoo....... .An Arbor
Saginaw Arthur Hill. Bay City Western
.........................Ponrtiac
Teams entering the high school bas-
ketball tournament to be held this
week-end will arrive here at 4 o'clock
today. Following a banquet, starting
at 5:15 o'clock at the Union, at which
Carl Johnson, '20, A. J. Karpus, '21E,
and E. J. Mather will speak, and Carl
T. Hogan, '20E, will act as toastmas-
ter, the first games will be played,
starting at 7 o'clock.
Strong Teams Enter
Several teams of great strength are
entered in the title meet, Lansing,
Kalamazoo and Escanaba probably
ranking highest. Kalamazoo made a
good showing at the University of'
Chicago tournament, winning the first
game played and losing the second
after two extra periods of play. Lan-
sing counts a win over the Celery City
five, but hit this team when Wright,
high point maker for the Kazoo quin-
tet, was out of the game. What effect
his playing will have on the final re-
sults this week is problematical.
Escanaba has gone through a diffi-
cult schedule in the Upper Peninsula
without dropping a game, and is
claimant of the upper state title. This
team should put in a strong bid for
honors.

for high score and the team with the
highest total for the three games win-
ning the tourney.
Any team may bowl at thi Union
alleys without registering with the
department. All that is necessary is
to register with the caretaker of the
alleys before the games are bowled.
Of course only teams that are in good
$5 REWARD
Will pay for information
leading to rental of satisfac-
tory 6 to ,8 room house foe
occupancy any time before
June 15th*
Call 1075-M before 6:00.
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form will stand much chance of win-
ning in this kind of a tourney.
The winners in the fraternity series
will receive a cup' and the interclass
winners will receive numerals. This
will be the last Intramural activity
before the Spring vacation.
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TRY OUR HOME-MADE PASTRY
Come and be convinced as to the quality of our Steaks
WHY NOT CALL-
CLAUDE BROWN
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Sell Your Discarded Clothing
He buys everything in the line of clothing and pays the highest
cash prices. A Phone Call will bring the wagon to your address.
Special Price Offered for Sheepskin and Leather Coats

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News.-Adv.

Worry Your Head Off
If You Want To
-but if you're wise, you'll forget all
your worries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when the whistle
blows and you shut up your desk for the
day. Come to HUSTON BROS. and play
a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more pleas-
ure and nothing is more restful than an
hour or so spent over a billiard table.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigar
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

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FOR SALT-
FOR SALE=-Five pieces of beautiful
antique furniture. Burl walnut
pier mirror, bed groom set, side-
board and table, bookcase and pdd
dresser. May be seen at Flsifer's
Store House. Phone Worcester, Al,
tenel Hotel.
FOR SALE - A large modern nine
room home, southeast part of city,
lot 76;50 feet; price $14,000. Own-
er wishes to go abroad. L. C. Carr,
Agent.
FOR SALE-Second hand Ford tour-
ing car with extra tire. In good
condition. Call C. L. Kuhl, 2707-W
after 7:30.P. M.
WANTEPD
WANTED - Student desires single
room in vicintly of Hill and Wash-
tenaw Aves. Phone, .iMiddleditch,
1016.
WANTED-Waiter without 8 o'clocks.
Call 1049 after 8 P. 'VI.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE
STUDENT to take care of one small
child mornings or afternoons. - Mrs.
E. R. Turner, 1137 Fair Oakes Park-
way.
COOK WANTED-Cook for fraternity
hpuse, good salary, plenty of help.'
Phone 394 or call at 300 N. Ingalls.
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL THE fellow who so kindly re-
lieved me of my books at the depot
last Friday afternoon please call
me'at 6266.

LOST
IDST-At Union billiard room, 8 by
12 black leather note book. Reward
if returned to L. F. Kalb. 4201
Thompson.'
LOST--Tuesday afternoon in or near
Nickels Arcade, U. S. of M. pin.
Finder please reutrn to School of
Music or call 1244-W. Reward.
LOST- Black leather pocket note-
book containing notes and Union
membership card. Name on inside
cover. Reward.
LOST-Feb. 18, an umbrella, in taxi.
Name on handle. Reward. Call
1325.
FOUND
FOUND-On State St., pearl cuff links
and studs. Call Lyon, 179 ,betwen
12:15 'and 12:45.
FOUND- Friday eveniig near lfill
St., plush hand bag. .Call 831-M.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Lease on small modern
apartment from April 10th to Sept.
15th. 604 East Liberty St.
FOR RENT- Neatly furnished front
suite for one person. Phone 513-F2,
507 S. Division St.
FOR RENT-Large front suite. Gas
grate. Phone 2332. 315 S. Division.1
FOR RENT-Single front room on1
first floor. 924 E. Ann St.

Play Begins Tonight
Play on the first round of games
will begin at 7 o'clock Thursday night.
Four games will be played on that
night although only one game will be
played at a time as the Varsity court
will be used for all the games.
The second half of the first round
starts at 9 o'clock Friday morning.
Three games will be played at that
time and the last one of that round
will occur at i o'clock in the after-
noon.
* At 2 and 3 o'clock Friday afternoon
the four winners of Thursday's games
will play and the winners of the Fri-
day morning games will compete be-
ginning at 7:30 o'clock Friday night.
The four teams in the semi-finals
will play Saturday morning at 9 and
10 o'clock. The finals will be staged
Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock.
All Offiials . Expericeced
The referees for all the games will
be O. W. Stevenson and L. W. Olds.
Both of these then are experienced of-
ficials and are well known throughout
the state. Neither one of them is con-
nected with the University Athletic
association. Timers -and scorekeepers
will also be neutral men, being se-
lected by the University coaching
staff.
BOWLING NEXT ACTIVITY OF
INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT
Bowling will be the next activity of
the Intramural department. Class and
fraternity tourneys will be run off on
the plan of the state and national
tourneya, each five man team rolling

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