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Coach Priatt Practically Decided
Composition of Squad to
FINE WEATHER STIMULATES
SNABPY VRACTICE MONDAYy
Completely surrounded by baseball
weather and inoculated with pep ba-
cilli of the most virile type Coach Der-
rill Pratt's diamond candidates put in
a busy afternoon, yesterday. Practice
consisted mainly of snappy batting
and fielding workouts, with the pitch-
ers twisting fast ones across imagin-
Three Positions in Doubt
With the exception of three positions
Coach Pratt h'as practically decided
upon his line-up for the Southern trip,'
but in picking the men for this triot
of jobs he finds himself in somewhat
of a quandary. First and second bas-
es, and right field are the bones of
contention for which no - less than 10
men are strug'gling.
At the first station Shackleford,
Johnson, and Broome are having it hot!
and heavy, it being a difficult propo-
sition to pick the man who really has
the edge on his two companions. Capt.
Pete Van Boven's jump from second to
fill Mike Knode's old place at short
has left a big hole where he formerly
performed so capably. For the honor
of bolstering the inner wall at this po-I
sition five men, Hoffman, Hickey, Kar-
pus, White and Klein are candidates.
All of them appear to have an equal
chance of vacationing in Dixie. Out in
right garden Dunn, Roby, Shackleford,'
and Johnson are pastiming in the
keenest sort of competition. Of all'1he
10 men who are straining to make the
trip Shackleford and Johnson appear
as likely .choices, for each has two
chances at'being picked, first base and
If Coach Pratt carries out his pres-
ent intentions this afternoon's prac-
tice will be of a similar nature to that
which took place yesterday, but to-
morrovi7\another Varsity - Yannigan'
game is on the program, a perform-
ance which will be repeated for the
ever-growing crowds of students on
Soccer practice will be held at
4:15 o'clock today and Thurs-
day on Ferry field. It is important
that all men be present, as the
team to make the eastern trip
will be selected following Thurs-
Illino is ID rop s,
O ne Contest Qn
Coach Carl Lundgren and his Uni-
versity of Illinois baseball team have
just completed their southern trip of
the year. Games were played with
the T niersity of Mississippi, the Mis-'
sissippi Aggies, and the University of
Alabama. The Indians copped two
games from Mississippi by the large
scores of 15-0, and 9-1. The Aggies
gave Lundgren's men a 7-1 beating in
the first contest, but were themselves
defeated by the same score in the .fol-
lowing game. Alabama was 'the next
stop and here the Indians performed
the difficult task of taking the South-
erners into camp by a 645 score. It
was the first defeat for Alabama on
the diaond in four years.
Lundgren, who won three cham-
pionships for the Wolverines, intends
to add to his laurels by having his
nine win the title this year. In Mc-
Cann, Banker, and Barnes he has a
trio of hurlers equal to any in the
Conference. Low hit games were the
feature bf the trip just completed. The
team is led this year by Johnson, vet-
eran outfielder, who has been shifted
to the first base position for this sea-
RETEALS 6000 MATEIAL
SECOND TEAM SELECTED AND
SEVEN GIVEN HONORABLE
The Class "B" basketball tourna-
ment that was staged in Waterman
gyi'nasium last Friday and Saturday,
brought to Ann Arbor a wealth of
prep basketball stars and showed that
the material that Michigan has to
draw from within the state is of high
caliber. The title was won by St. Jo-
seph, which team defeated Farming-
ton in the title tilt on Saturday night.
The game was fast and so evenly were
the teams matched that it required two
five minue overtime periods to decide
which team had the best right to the
class "B' championship.-
After the tournament Coach Mather
and Intramural Director Mitchell to-
gether with the officials of the tourna-
ment selected an All-star team. The
first team appeared in Sunday's Daily,
but owing to a shortage of space the
second team and the names of those
who received honorable mention from
the officials did not appear.
Following is the second team:
Banfield,, Farmington, left forward;
Skibbe, St.° Joseph, right forward;
Rose, Lake Linden, center; Esh, On-}
away,4 left guard; Montagne, captain,
Lake Linden, right guard.
Besides the above mentioned the
playing of the following men has beei.
of such a nature that they are rec-
ommended for honorable mention:
Forwards-Gunderson, East Jordan,
Draper, Milan, Weisenauer, Lake Lin-
den; centers - Ackert, Charlevoix,
Wilcox, Midland, and Button, Milan. At
guard Gill, of Britton, is the only man
to receive mention.
Next year the class "A" high schools,
who played at M. A. C. this year, will
Six college, teams are entered in the
indoor polo contests in Squadron A
Armory in New York City on April 15.
Two of these, Cornell and Harvard,
are newcomers but the other four,
ekennsylvania, Yale, Princeton, and
Norwich University have had some ex-
be the guests of the University in the
tournament. The committee is plan-
ning to make next year's Interschol-
astic even larger than the one just
perience at polo.
fessional, won the North and South
open golf championship held at Pine-
hurst last week. He established a
new record of 291. The best previous
score was made by Walter Hagen, of
Detroit, in 1918. Hagen finished this
year in a tie for ninth.
Cambridge defeated Oxford by one
length in the annual boat race on the
'Thames River. Lothrop at number
four 'was a former member of the
The United States naval academy
will be represented in the Penn relays
at Franklin field this spring. This is
the first time the academy officials
have permitted the "Middies". to par-
ticipate in track away from Anna-
University of Minnesota students
have petitioned its board of athletic
control to re-instate baseball as a
major sport. Baseball was discontin-
ued as a varsity sport at the Gopher
intitution in 1915.
Fifty Harvard gridders reported to
Coach Fisher for three weeks spring
practice. The candidates were most-
ly linemen as the Crimson mentor is
not worrying about his backfield for
T. S_ Anidersn n4D T~~t r~th hay
record in the 45-yard hurd
B. 'A. A. some time ago.
covered the distance in si
Clinton Larson, of Provo
an A. A. U. track meet he
night in Salt Lake City, s
believed to be a world's rec
indoor running high jump
cleared the bar when set a
four and three-quarter ineb
Lieut. Hoorn Receives P
Lieut. F. W. Hoorn who is
of the signal corps unit of
R. O. T. C., was notified on
his promotion to the grade
with rank dating from July
Next Wednesday the Cornell base-
ball team will start on a short south-
ern trip. Cornell has almost a new
team on the field this year but there
are several new players showing great
promise particularly on the pitching
Frank T. Anderson, of Brooklyn,
won the indoor tennis championship
of the United States at the Seventh
Regiment A'mory in Nw York City,
last Saturday. The doubles c iam-
pionship was won by S. Howard Vos-
hell and Vincent Richards. In the
finals Frank Anderson won from his
brother Fred, who defeated Vincent
Richards the day before.
b. a. wae , arou as
been awarded the "D" track -letter in
Jock Hutchinson, the Chicago pro- recognition of his equaling the world's
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
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Harvard and Yale Challenge English
Harvard and Yale have issued a
joint challenge to a proposed com-
bined team of Cambridge and Oxford
athletes, for a track meet to be held
next June in the Harvard stadium. If
the English universities accept, it will
be their second visit to the United
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INDOOR BASEBALL NOTICE
Fraternities wishing to ente
the interfraternity indoor base
ball tournament call Directo
Mitchell at the Intramural office
GROSS & DI E T Z EL
Uae theadvertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
Early Spring Practices in
Base a and Tennis
Bring Charley Horse and
"-Makes Jack a Dull Boyl"
Jack and Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
theybelieve in all work and no
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game of bil-
liards. Come In tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again-
and see how soon your former,
skill comes back to you.
and forget all about the soreness- Reason?
You will not have any.
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