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TERS RECEIVING
SPECIAL ATTENTION

FRESHMAN LIT BASEBALL
All freshmen who wish to play
on the class baseball team call
746-R today between 10 and 2
o'clock. Freshmen who are out
for the All-fresh and expect to
be able to play later, call also.

highly probable that the Varsity coach
will again be back on the courts to
groom the team. Chris who was one
of the mainstays on the Varsity for
three years and who aided so mate-
(Continued on Page Six)
MORE ENTRIES WANTED FOR
INTRAMURAL TENNIS EVENTS

Visitors Expected to Present Strong
Front; Ruzicka May Pitch
Again for Varsity
FISHER TO TAKE TEAM ON
TWO GAME TRIP SATURDAY
For the third time this year Ferry
field is to be the scene of a diamond
conflict, the Wolverines facing Kalam-
azoo college at 4:05 o'clock this after-
noon. Coach Young, of the Celery City
nine, is bringing an aggregation to
Ann Arbor that has shown a remark-
able degree of diamond talent thus
far this year.
Of the Individual players nothing is
known, but it is an assured fact that
their combined team play and batting'
ability, presents a front, both for of-
fense and defense, that is bound to
mare Michigan work to win. Kalam-
azoo college should not be confused
with'Western State Normal of Kalam-
azoo, a team that defeated Michigan
3 to 0, in last year's hard luck game,
wherein the Normalites received no
hits off .the delivery of Ruzicka, but
scored a trio of counters on errors.
Western State Normal will be met on
Ferry field next Wednesday.
On Saturday Coach Fisher willtake
his; Wolverines, on a two game jaunt,
Notre Dame being. met on their home
diamond on Saturday, and Purdue op-
posing Michigan for the second time
this year on Monday at LaFayette.
On the Wednesday following will be
the game with Western and on sat-
urday Chicago will come to Ann Ar,
b9p fr th@ Wolverine'$ third Confer-
pne gagi.
it is likoly that if the weather is
fgavrableQ oach Fisher will give Ed
Rugice another cance to twirl for
a few innings this afternoon, but it is
also posible that some of the pitch-
ors -asyet untried before an Ann Ar-
bor crowd will fac# XalmazoO, for
a te at least,
Gridders Drilled.
In Fundamentals
FOOTBALL NOTICE I

WAR kilWEATHER WELCOMED BY
STEVE FARR>ELL'S TRACK
SQUAD
With warm weather prevailing in-
stead of rain, Coach Steve Farrell'sI
Varsity track team went through twol
days of practice Monday and Tues-
day. Monday was somewhat inter-
rupted by the shower of the mid-after-
noon, but most of the squad reported
Tuesday, and the entire group was
given a good workout.
Farrell sent three sprinters, Kelly,
Losch, and Schneider through several
practice 50 yard dashes. Despite the
lack of practice lately, due to inclem-
ent conditions, the races were finished
in fast time. The sprinters will be,'
with the middle distance runners, the
hardest worked men on the squad this
week, as it is in these events which
Michigan must pick up strength to be,
Conference championship contenders
this spring.
As usual, among the first men to1
appear on Ferry field was VanOrden
Stipe worked out with him in the
shot put pit, and then the latter took
his turn with the hammer. Dunne
was with the football men on Monday,
due to the arrival of Coach Yost, but
he tossed his daily quota of weights
Tuesday before joining the warriors
of the gridiron.
Lightweight imported golf hose,
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State St.-
Adv.
Did you ever try using The Daily as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.
Cirola portable phonograph only
$35.00. Thrun Music House.-Adv.

MACK MAY AGAIN
COACH.NET SQUA)

Tennis entries for both the frater-
nity and All-campus tournaments are
coming in entirely too slowly up to
date. Only 40 entries in the singles,1
15 in the doubles, and 25 in the fra-

Yesterday 's Gami
American League
Cleveland 9, Detroit 8.
St. Louis 3, Chicago 1.
Philadelphia 2, Boston 1.
Washington 5, New York 4.
National League
Cincinnati 5, Chicago.3.
Brooklyn 3, New York 1.
Boston 10, Philadelphia 6.
Pittsburgh-St. Louis-rain.
Have you lost anything that y
prize very highly? The Classil
columns of The Michigan Daily
always ready to serve You.-Adv.

More than 20 net men are out daily ternity have been received so far. At
engaging in practice matches prepara- least 100 are wanted in the singles
and 50 in the other two events. En-
tory to the selection of a team which tries should be handed in at the In-
will journey to Columbus a week from tramural office no later than Fridgy.
Saturday for the opening contest on Only one baseball gaine is to be
the Varsity's conference tennis sched- played Wednesday, Alpha Sigma meet-
ule. All the available Varsity courts ing Phi Chi at 6:45. The following
have been in use throughout the aft-
games are scheduled for Thursday:
ernoons on which play has been pos- 3:30 o'clock-Alpha Sigma Phi vs.
sible. -Monks, Alpha Delta Phi vs. Phi Delta
Coach Mack May Be Out Theta, Delta Chi vs. Kappa Sigma;
Encouraging reports as to the con- 4:30 o'clock-Phylon vs. Hermitage,
dition of Coach Chris Mack have been Theta Delta Chi vs. Chi Psi, Zeta Psi
received the last few days and it is vs. Phi Delta Chi.

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It
Would be

COACH FISHER
SWIMMING NOTICE
All swimming suits issued toI
members of the informal team
should be returned to the Intra-
mural office ataonce. In returU-
ing suits men are requested to
leave the size jersey worn.
1 L.1
William Soherer, '14, Confined to Bed
William C. Scherer, '24, is confined
to his home in Detroit with pneumo-
nia. He will not resume hi studies
this year.
Want anything? If you want what
you want, when you want it, use a
Want Ad in the Michigan Daily.--Adv.

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oach Yqst divided the large squad
that reported for football practice yes=
torday afternoon into five sguada.
While he attended to one group Tad
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Wilson looked after the others. Once
again the coach emphasized the fact
that the fundamentals must be mast-
ered before the real playing could be-
gin. The, linemen were put. through
a strenuous drill in blocking and
tackling with special attention to their
position on the line. This afternoon
the first scrimmage will be held and
4ll p414tes are urged to be present.

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