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(TEAM HOLDS
:GIAL PRACTICE

Members and Tryouts for Swimming
Team Have Final Workout
Before Vacation
SPECTATORS ARE INVITED TO
IWITNESS CLOSE COMPETITION
All Varsity swimming team members'
and tryouts are expected to be at the
"Y" pool at 3:30 o'clock' this afternoon
for a special practice. Men will prob-
ably be entered for the practice events
as follows: 40 and 100 yard free style
-Robertson, Lewy, Searles, Hyde,
Dollavo, Stuart, Valentine, Smith, Set-
tie, Welton, and Wigle; plunge for dist-
ance-Koch, Million, and Adams; 150
yard back stroke-Porter, Hyde, and
Myers; 100 yard breast stroke-Park-
er, Broock, and Hanson; 220 and 440
yard free style-Babcock, Dunlop,
Randall, Lewy, Gilmore, and Hub-
bard; fancy diving-White, Grayson,
Thompson, and Stryker.
Last Workout Before Vacation
This will be the final group practice
before spring vacation and it is there-
fore especially urgent that all men
report. Spectators will also find the
afternoon's work full of interest, as
close competition is expected in near-
ly all events, and several records for
the "Y" tank will probably be lower-
ed.
A stiff fight is looked for sin all the
free style events, and particularly in
the distances. It seems certain that
the 220 yard mark will fall before one
of the entries. It was lowered last
week by Gilmore, who performed the
feat without great exertion or close
competition, and has several times
been approached by all of the 220
men. The battle for first in the plunge
for distance ,should be well fought
with Koch and Adams, a new man, go-
ing the length of the pool, and Mil-
lion, who has coasted within two feet
of the end, working for honors.
Breast Stroke Will be Close
In the breast stroke event, Broock is
expected to prove a dark horse. He is
a new man this term, having transfe-
red from Stanford, where he held
Pacific cbast honors. He should force
Parker to the limit to retain his title
of tank champion, while Hanson may
also show that he has rounded into
better shape. White -should have lit-
tle difficulty in copping honors in the
lives, but the fight for second place
should prove interesting as there is
some doubt as to which of the other

3 MEN SURVIVE IN
BILLIARD TOURNEY
Two closely contested games fea-
tured the semi-final round of play in
the Interfraternity three cushion bil-
liard tournament, at the Union bil-
liard room Monday. As a result of
these games, Sigma Phi, Sigma Chi
and Theta Chi still remain in the com-
petition, the representative of the lat-
ter house having drawn a bye. In the
afternoon match B. C. Robbiiis, Sigma
Phi, defeated S. D. Moeller, Psi Upsi-
lon, 25 to 24. The final result in this
contest was in doubt until the last
minute of play. Monday evening H.
E. Byrne] Sigma Chi, bested M. E.
Chon, Zeta Beta Tau, 25 to 23.
Drawings for the final games bring
together D. K. White, Theta Chi, and
H. E. Byrne,pigma Chi, at 1:30 o'clock
this afternoon. As B. C. Robbins,
Sigma Phi, drew the bye this time, he
will meet the winner of this after-
noon's game at 8 o'clock tcnight for
the interfraternity championship of
the campus.
BALL09-WORKS OUTSIDE
DESPITE SNOW ON FIELD

FARRELL PEAE
FOR DRAKE RELAYS
Track Team Is Forced to Return to
Waterman Gym Because of
Cold Weather
MEN HAVE TWO WEEKS' REST
BEFORE MEET AT DES MOINES
Coach Farrell and 'the varsity track
team returned to Waterman gymna-
sium Tuesday as a result of the heavy
snowfall, which precluded any chance
of outdoor running this week. It had
been hoped that the members of the
team would have an opportunity to
work out at least four days before
vacation, but as the weather has con-
tinued cold, the track was not popu-
lar, in spite, of raking.
Following the indoor A. A. U. meet,
which will be held by the Y. M. C. A.
in the Detroit Arena this Saturday,
the Michigan track team will have.
two weeks of rest, before the Drake
relay games, held by Drake univer-
sity, at Des Moines, Ia., April 24.
Michigan Wins Half Mile Relay
The team which Coach Farrell will
enter is as yet, of course, problemat-
ical, but the mile and half mile relay
team, made up of 220 yard men, are
almost certain to make the trip, and
several of the Michigan sprinters will
be entered in the special 100 yard
dash. In this event already the best,
-sprinters of the United States have
signified their intention of compet-
ing, and a race of more than passing
interest is expected. Johnson ran the
distance in the 1919 Drake relay
games, and took fourth place in the
event, which was won by Hoyt of
Grinnell. The Michigan half mile re-
lay team won first place, distancing
the favorite, Chicago, in the final
sprint. The four men that ran for the
Maize and Blue were Butler, Losch,;
Meese and 'Johnson.
Team Has Sprinters
How Michigan can stack up this
year is uncertain, but ihe results of
the Illinois relay carnival do not point
to any overwhelming' success. Mich-
igan has dash men in Johnson, Cook,
Lashmet, and, Losch, who have prov-
ed their mettle, and may take places

in the special event.* Michigan's mile
quartet has been good this year, and
the outdoor track may make a differ-
ence to some of the other combina-
tions. A half mile team, composed of
the same members who ran last year,
would be likely to. take points in this
event. In this race and in the mile,
Michigan seems to have the most
power, as Coach Farrell has done lit-
tle with the two and four mile relay
races.
REACH SEMI-FINAL
IN HANDBALL MEET
Rivalry in the handball tournament
increases with the decrease in the
number of surviving contestants. In
Tuesday's doubles, Flournway and
Sloan defeated Whitlow' and Selway
by the margins of 21-11, 21-8, and 21-
12; while Burdick and Wells went
down before Andrews and Swartz with
the score 21-13, 21-8, and 21-8.t In
the singles, Seymour lost to Gehring,
and Gregory to Burdick.
This brings the contest to the semi-
finals, which will be played off today.
The winners between the combinations
of Brucker-Sanchez and Flournway-
Sloan will meet Andrews and Swartz.
to settle the doubles championship, and
it is requested that Clark appear to
play the better man of Burdick and
Snyder for the singles title.
INTEREST IS KEEN
IN CLASS BOWLING
Great interest is being shown in the
class and fraternity bowling tourney
which is being conducted this week
by the Intramural department. Sev-
eral teams in each league have bowled
their games and many strong squads
are in evidence .
Reservations are being made far in
advance for the two necessary alleys.
Practically all the Union alleys will
be devoted to this tourney for the rest
of the week. All fratrnity and class
teams, which are planning to enter,
should make reservation as soon as
possible in order that the Union offi-
cials will know when to keep the al-
leys open.
To date, the fresh laws have hung'
up the highest score. Their total for
the three games was 2,495. Storz holds

individual honors with 549 for the
same number of lines.
Several strong fraternity fives are
in the field, among which the Alpha
Delts and the Phi Kappa Sigg seem to
have the bri htest prospects,. How-
ever, many of the teams have not yet
bowled and nothing is therefore
known of their strength.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
ill lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
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Despite the handicap of weather
conditions Michigan's diamond squad
appeared on Ferr'y -field yesterday aft-,
ernoon for its usual practice. Base-
ball games in the snow are not a com-
mon occurrance, nor is the snow an
incentive to the diamond performers
but according to Coach Lundgren he
can not let his m'nn get out of condi-
tion.
Light Workout for Men
The only drill indulged in was
bunting grounders in open spots and
warming up the pitchers. Keeping the
moundsmen in first class condition is
now of foremost importance to the
Varsity mentor., His plans have been
to take five hurlers with him on the
southern jaunt and upon the condition
of these men will depend more than
anything else the success of the trip.
Coach Lundgren will not decide up-
on the personnel of the squad to ac-
company him on the trip until after
the meeting of the eligibility board
Thursday night. Any doubts as to the
eligibility of any of the men will be
cleared by the action of the Board in
Control. The -coach had originally
planned to take with him about 15
men but this number will not be fix-
ed until he knows how many of his
prospective players are eligible.
Men to Remain on Squad
Some of the Varsity men will be
left at home because of the extreme
expense in taking the whole squad on
a nine day tour." These candidates
will be retained on the squad, and some
of them should land Varsity positions
later in the season.
The Michigan Dally, the only morn
Ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains, aN
the latest eampus, city, and world
newS.--Adv.

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ortunity for New Men
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afternoon's work, and should:
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There is still room for big
he plunge, and the back stroke
uld also handle a few moreI
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that a number of studentsI
1 themselves of the opportun-i
btain an afternoon's amuse-3
well as of seeing the develop-
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