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CHANPI6S
FIELD LINEUP

been issued
places, and
as soon as
picked.

to the men sure of their
others will be given out
the lineup is definitely

NO LET-UP FOR TRICK
MEN REMAINING HERE

Uteritz Moved to Second and Hoffman
Installed at Third In Wednes-
day's Drill
CONTEST FOR OUTFIELD AND
THIRD SACK BERTHS KEEN
Coach Pratt's last minute shift in
his lineup before the southern trip re-
sulted in increased efficiency on the
part of the infield in Tuesday's and
Wednesday's practices. -With Uteritz
moved from third to second dnd Artie
Hoffman installed at third, the Var-
sity pepped up the drill, and the team
worked like a veteran machine.
Lineup Not CetaIn
'As yet the coach has failed to decide
upon the 'men who will accompany
16im south. Men certain of their
berths are Captain Pete VanBoven
and Uteritz infielders, Vick catcher,
Ruzicka, Dixon, Liverance, Schultz
and Mudd, hurlers, and Perrin and
Genebach' in the outfield. Apparently
ohnson will play first, while Shackle-
ford, Roby, and Dunn are still contest-
ing for the other outfielder's berth.
Hoffman and Karpus are fighting .for
the third baseman's job, and Karpus
and Hickey are principals in the
truggle for the utility berth.
Coates may be the extra catcher,
although Roby, because he can play in
the outield, may have the call. In
yesterday's practice Doug split his
finger,, and it was feared that this
accident. might cut him off from a
possible chance for the southern in-
sVsion, although the injury proved
ess serious than was first thought.
Combination Works Well.
SSome ypretty plays were exete d
yesterday, and the new combination.,
effected by Pratt looks like a fast
one. oteritz shone around secod
base, and worked well 'with Pete Van1
Boven. He looks even better at the
keystone sack than he did at third.
The pitchers are showing up well
in the preliminary wirkoute, and the
coach expects them V in condition
for a nine inning battle by Saturday.
Dixon's improvement has .been tea y,
and he seems to be a valuable man.
Mixing up a clever overhand delivery
with a deceiving underhand hall, he
shows promise of deveoping into one
the strongest hurlers on the squad.
oiali Bas ifficulty,
Members ofthe Vasity squad have
all been working hard for berths on
the tUam which goes South late Friday
afternoon, and the coach is finding
it difficult to choose the men for the
team. Orders for new outfits have
' . SOCCER NOTICE
Soccer practice rill be held'
at 4:15 o'clock Thursday on
Ferry field. It , % important
that all inen be present, as the
team to make the eastern trip
will be selected following Thurs-
day's practice.
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B0XING RECEIVES
OFFICIAL SANCTION
After many seemingly fruitless at-
tempts by those interested in box-
ing to have that activity recognized
at Michigan, the Board in Control of
Athletics has at last endorsed it. This
newly sanctioned activity is to be pro-
moted aloni intramural lines but it
is to be under the direction of a board
to be known as the Board in Control
of Boxing. This newly constituted
board is to be composed of five mem-
bers: The registrar of the College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts, the
director of Waterman gymnasium, the
coach of boxing and two students to
be selected annually by the three fac-
ulty members.
Boxing insignia will be awarded in
conformity. with the rules of the
Board in Control of Athletics and the
eligibility rules as upheld by that
board will be enforced. The rules as
formulated by the committee of boxing
of the National Collegiate Athletic as-
sociation have been adopted and the
board 'purposes to foster reasonable
participation in the sport by the stu-
dent body in general. Kirke S. White,
'23, has been selected as boxing min-
ager for the coming year.

ARCHIE HAHN IN CHARGE
SQUAD DURING STEVE'S
ABSENCE

OF

Under the care of Trainer Archie
Hahn and Prof. H. C. Carver the mem-
bers of the Varsity track team that
did not make the California trip have
been working out daily on Ferry field.
Favored by exceptionally good weath-
er the small squad has put in several
hard practices.
The middle distance runners, Wheel-,
er, Lewis, Th9mas and Joyner have
been out daily, and have been getting
into condition for the outdoor cam-
paign. The four men that are here
form a formidable mile relay- team,,
only a little less speedy than the quar-
tet now in Berkeley. The men have
been doing the half and quarter mile
distances.
Two men on the weight squad, Jacob
and Tidy, have been keeping up the
interest in this department. Jacob, at-
ways a clever heaver of the discus, is
throwing the weight the best he has
done this spring, 'while Tidy is handl-
ing the hammer in good shape. Both
of these men should be t consistent
point winners in the later meets.
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Burke and Kelly form the nucleus(
of the sprint squad now in Ann Ar-
bor. Hahn has had them working'
with the freshmen on the dashes, par-
ticularly the 100-yard dash.
Goebel Undergoes
Serious Operation
Paul Goebel, star end on the Var-
sity football squad last year, was op-
erated upon for appendicitis yesterday]
afternoon at the University hospital.
The attack came very suddenly and
he was immediately rushed to the
hospital for operation. Goebel seem-.
ed to be feeling well in the morning.
DELTA UPSILON AND ALPHA
SIGMA PHI REACH FINALS
In the semi-final round of the inter-
fraternity volley ball league, Delta
Upsilon and Alpha Sigma Phi won the
right to contest for first and second
honors of the campus. Alpha Sigma

Phi defeated Phi Sigma Delta 21-6,
20-21 and 21-3. Delta Upsilon defeated
Trigon 21-5 and 21-6.
The department is planning to start
an interfraternity indoor baseball
league immediately after spring vaca-
tion. The games will 'be played on1
south Ferry field and will be of the
soft ball variety. Director Mitchell
is desirous that all teams desiring to
enter these contests file their names
with him before Friday night.
FRESH BASEBALL PRACTICE
ENDS UNTIL AFTER VACATION
After today no freshmen baseball
practice will be held until the spring
vacation is over. After vacation a
call will be sent out for tryouts for
all positions.
Coach Mather has quite a squad of
battery men out now but plans to
make no cut at this time as he will
probably have 150 or 200 recruits after
vacation and will need these men to
pitch to the candidates, A number of
the battery men* have been showing

rather fair form and with-
month or so of this weathe
velop their arms, the fres
should have a really dependab
of pitcher and catchers.

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