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I INTEREST
BALL FIELD
[A OVER TEAM,

tending for honors. The two former,,
with their Southern brogue, have a
distinct advantage over their team-
mate from Mt. Clemens, but Stan's
natural technique may prove a big fac-
tor in the final decision.-

rill Pratt is suffering
'e attack of southernum
as a result is confined
il diamond. The disease
valent among baseball
rthern universities about
h year, and usually takes
f insomnia, keeping the
e as late as 3 o'clock in
The harder the task of
line-up . for a college
through Dixie the more
the trouble, and Coach
eriencing the disease in
e form. Newspaper men,,
the Varsity mentor, are
e most undesirable type,
At be allowed to approach
The coach, however, is
:overing, and should be
h within the next day or
Parks donated his serv-{
.g practice yesterday, andj
were well received.
icka, Michigan's pitching
in a busy afternoon, and
e batsmen were kept
the period of Ed.'s stay
. When it is, considered
on has hardly begun, it
he will be fully capable
shoes left vacant by the
Slickier.
n of this year's squad
sure to rest on the
a first sacker, with John
ord, and Broome con-

Few press reports have mentioned
the name of Frank McPike as a pos-
sibility on the receiving eid of the
battery,tbut it is not to be denied that
Macis there with the goods. Were his
throwing arm a trifle more powerful'
he would make Coates and Vick look
to their laurels even more than he
does at present.
FINALS IN VOLLEY BALL - .
CONTESTS COME TONIGHT
Finals in the interfraternity volley
ball tournament will be played off at
7:30 o'clock tonight in Waterman
gymnasium. The semi-finals were
played last night when the follow-
ing four teams reached the semi-fi-
nals: Trigon, Delta Upsilon, Phi Sig-
ma Delta, and Alpha Sigma Phi.
The results of the last of the pre-
liminarie$ are as follows: Delta Up-
silon won from Kappa Beta Psi 21-15,
and 21-16; Trigon won from Phi Sig-
ma Kappa, 21-18 and 21-15; Phi Sig-
ma Delta won from Alpha Delta Chi,
21-17 and 21-19; Phi Sigma Delta won
from Phi Chi Psi, 21-1 and 21-9; Al-
pha Sign a Phi won from Sigma Nu,
21-2 and 21-18.
LETS GO!
If you want to Meake $100 spring
vacation see Mr. Davis, 408 National
Bank Bldg., at once. Phone 2169.-
Adv.
Daily advertising will spell prosper-
ity for you.-Adv.
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PLAN MANY SPORTS FR
INTRAMURAL ATHLETES
VOLLEY BALL TOURNAMENT WILL
CLOSE INDOOR
SEASON
, Director Mitchell is making exten-
sive preparations for the opening of
outdoor intramural sports after the
spring vacation. The present volley
ball tournament, which closes this
week, will terminate the indoor sea-
son. Much interest was shown in last
year's- tournaments, and it is planned
to make the contests of this spring
even more interesting.
Basebal Starts Soon
The latter part of April an interfra-
ternity baseball tournament of the
soft ball variety will be started. Last
year's tournament was won by the 'Nu
Sigma Nu team after a close race.
However, the Nu Sigs have lost sev-
eral of their star players and so will
have a hot fight this year to retain
the championship. Entries for this
tournament' may be placed now with
Director Mitchell at the Intramural of-
fice. In last year's contest there were
52 teams, but so far this season .only
24 teams-have signed up.
Class baseball will also be started
soon after vacation, Each class in the
literary and engineering colleges will
enter a team, and the laws, medics,
E, HOUR'
SERVICE
TENNIS RACKET
RESTRINGING
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You Do Not Have to
Wait a Week.
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Next to Arcade Theatre

dents, and architects will each have
a team in the tournament. If some
of the smaller schools, such as the
homeops, foresters, or pharmics desire
to combine and enter ateam they may
do so.
Tennis Tourneys Planned
There will be an interclass and in-
terfraternity tennis tournament and
also the annual interclass and inter-
fraternity track meets. These will
come in May and June.
An open informal golf tournament;
will be held this year, and should go
well as Igolf is becoming more and
more a college sport. The two or
three best men in this will form an
informal Varsity team and will play
several other informal Conferencea
teams.
SPRING GRIDIRON PRACTICE
' OPENED BY COACH WIEMAN
Although Varsity spring football
practice does not officially begin until
after the spring ,recess, Assistant
Coach Wieman called out a number of
the yearlings of promising Varsity
calibre on Tuesday. The initial work-
out consisted of passing and punting
in which branch Kipke and Moore
showed up particularly well. Form-
er Line Coach Douglas was one ofl
the interested spectators.

SPRING FOOTBALL
PLANS PROGRESS
Spring football practice .will com-
mence immediately after the spring
recess. Suits will be issued to every-
one with any football ability, and it is
expected in addition to all the old
men that a number of new candidates
will report for the training. Consider-
able time will be spent on the fun-
damentals of the game, and each de-
partment will be carefully stressed.
Practice will end up with a big foot-
ball' tournament in which there will
be competition in the various depart-
ments of the sport such as blocking,
tackling, punting, place kicking, drop
kicking, and passing. Scores and rec-
ords will be kept to determine individ-
ual winners,
Archie Hahn and Tad Wieman will
take charge, working in co-operation
INDOOR BASEBALL NOTICE
Fraternities wishing to enter
the interfraternity indoor base-
ball tournament call Director
Mitchell at the Intramural office.
Phone 2268. 1

with Coach Yost, who is
communicating with thee
mail. A little later the
himself be in Ann Arbor I
work.
SOCCER NOTIC
Soccer practice will
at 4:15 o'clock Thun
Ferry field. It is
that all men be presew
team to make the eas
will be selected followin
day's practice.

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Have you ever said that when
you're tired of the movies, and
your best girl is out of town,
and you feel sort of "unneces-
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Just note the address at the
bottom of this advertisement
and drop in here "just to look
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You'll soon find a partner for,
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your lonesomeness.
This is a clean, decent place,
one which you'll enjoy visiting
regularly. Come in today.
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Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
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