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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Pratt

Issues Diamond

Swimming Team Leaves Tonight
I For Erie, Pa., And Cleveland, 0.

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URGES CANl
TO, REPS
Practice Regini a T'11
Many More Ex
Report To

Coach Pratt. "One day outside is
worth three drills nside," said the
coach. If the weather continues as
mild as it has been, it is probable that
the baseball squad will be able to
leave Waterman gymnasium for Fer-
ry field within two or three weeks, It
is at this time that the real training!
Week by 75 Men; and competition for the Southern trip
ipec toof seven games will begin.
oday ;-

Ten swimmers, accompanied by holder of the world mark in the
Coach Drulard and Manager Elliott plunge, and a National A. A. U. ju-
nior champion, Dave Nixon.
will leave tonight for Erie, Pa., where c-
tomorrow night they will engage the
Central Y. M. C. A. of that city in a PRACTICE PERIODS
dual tank meet. On Friday they will FOR ALL TEAMS
go to Cleveland, where the Cleveland
"Y" will furnish the opposition. No Following is the schedule of practice
such victories as have resulted from hours for teams entered in the class
the advent of the Michigan swimming basketball league:
aggregation in the past meets are ex- 9 o'clock, Wednesday-Grads, for-
i ected, the opposing teams being of esters, architects, homoeops, phar-
the highest caliber. 'mis, upper medics, lower medics, and
The Erie organization has met a upper dents.
co'lege team only once before, the 9 o'clock, Thursday-Lower dents,
Uiniversity of Pittsburgh falling an upper laws, lower laws, senior lits, ju-
easy victim to their ability, while the nir lits, soph lits, fresh lits.
Cleveland team holds a remarkable 9 o'clock, Friday-Senior engineers,
reecrd, numbering among their victo- junior engineers, soph lits, fresh lits.
ries a win over the fast Pittsburgh The league will open next Tuesday
Athletic association for the Alleghany night. Every team will be given a
District championships of the Central chance to play two games before it is
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"EVERY MAN WILL BE GIVEN (CE AAV0 TY
EQUAL CHANCE," SAYS COACH
Coach Derrill Pratt yesterday is- AT
sued his official call for all baseball
candidates to report between 1 and 3 A
o'clock this afternoon at Waterman SQU
gymnasium. For the past week some SQU
75 men have been working out in the
cage, but the new diamond mentor
wants everyone in the University in- Michigan
terested in baseball to report at this night, follo

PLAYS MEAUCI
LANSING TONIGHT

ADDED TO FIRST-

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resumes basketball to-
wing a three weeks vaca-I

time.
"Every man will be given an equal
chance to land a place on this year's(
team," said Pratt. "I know that there
are miany men in school who have
baseball ability who have not yet-re-
ported. T want to see everyone of!
these men out for practice asoon as
r.ossible."
Awaits New Material
Washington's birthday with the
closing of the gymnasium gave the
candidates who have been drilling
during the past week a rest, but to-
day, with the appearance of many new
pastimers, Pratt expects to begin in
earnest the drive for the 1921 base-
ball championship. The coach would
make little comment on his men, as
he wants to know the results of the
recent examinations and to find out
what new material will come out on
the official call.
Ineligibility has definitely taken
four likely men from the Wolverine
squad, and there are still others who
are in doubt. Mraz, a veteran of two
seasons, did not pass all his work,
and O'Hara, Wimbles, and Leon Parks
are also down.
With the graduation of Jimmie
Newell, last year's first sacker, Michi-
gan is in need of a capable keyston-
er. Broome, who was a reserve last
year, is a promising candidate and
may develop the stuff which will land
him the berth. A dental student,
Shackleford, reported for the first
time this year. He is said to have
been the first sacker of the Univer-
sity of Alabama nine for two years,
which would indicate that he has
considerable ability. Johnson, Reen,
Parker, and Wilson are other men
who are competing for this posi-
tion.
Wants Outdoor Work
Weather conditions, which will per-
mit the diamond candidates to move
outdoors, are anxiously awaited by
Classes in Shorthand, Typewriting,
Bookkeeping and Penmanship will be
organized at the School of Shorthand,
711 N. Univ. today. You may take one
or all of these courses.-Adv. 1
Drawing instruments - Some bar-
gains in second hand sets at Wahr's.
-Adv.

tion from the court game, playing the
Michigan Aggies, defeated once this
year by the Maize and Blue, at East
Laring. Michigan won a fairly easy
game on the home floor, and unless
the squad has lost a great deal in
ability should win again.
One man, Walmoth, has been added
to the team, and Mather now has two
sets of forwards which he can use.
Karpus and Miller are his best bets,
with Whitlock and Walmoth not far
behind. For the rest, the Varsity will
line up as in the last few games, with
Dunne at center, and Williams and
Rea at guards.3
The real test of the team will come
Saturday night, when Illinois, the
leader in the Conference race with
Indiana close behind plays here. The
Indians have had little difficulty in
winning most of their games this sea-
son, especially those of the last
month. They have been picked for
first place in the Big Ten, and lately
have given signs of being the best
team in the Middle West, by over-
whelming defeats of Ohio and Purdue.
In the last game Illinois set a mark
for the year by making 18 field bas-
kets and 42 points.
Could you use shorthand and type-
writing now? Are you interested in a
secretarial or executive position? See
us today. Hamilton Business College.
-Adv.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-A dv.

f h ul'tax f ;:' flw:>Sr :~z:v, IA. A. U.
YThe University of Pittsburgh, with
whom a meet was scheduled for Sat-
urday, has sent word that they will
be unable to fulfill their contract, thus
leaving an open date on Saturday. The
team will therefore return to Ann Ar-
? ~bcr on that day.4
In the two meets held during vaca-
' I tion the Wolverine tank amen broke
even. The Detroit Athletic club gain-
ed an expected victory Friday when
they proved too much for Coach Dru-
lard's men in a hotly contested meet
by the score of 47 to 30. Inasmuch as
the D. A. C. is primarily devoted to
COACH DER RILL PRATT swimming, excluding nearly every-
COACH__DE__RILL_______thing else, the showing made by Mich-
igan is little short of remarkable. Last
TO HOLD MAT BOUT game, and this method is being used year the Beavers defeated the Maize
AT ILLINOIS GAME to further public knowledge of the and Blue by the overwhelming count
sport at Michigan. Those in charge of 40 to 10, the Michigan improvement
of the sport are working for a large this year being clearly shown by the
Following the precedent set by the turnout at the annual wrestling tour- score.
Boxing club at' the M. A. C. game, nament, which will be held this year Detroit Junior college proved no
when a fast three round boxing match the last of March, just before the match for the Wolverines, falling to
was put on, the men of the University spring vacation. the tune of 46 to 22, despite the fact
interested in wrestling have planned that they number among their men
a bout for the period between the ione world's champion, Fred Schwedt,
halves of the Michigan-Illinois game' TRACK NOTICE
Feb. 26. Log log slide rules now on hand-

eliminated from the running. A list of
managers may be found in the Intra-
mural office. Any managers who have
not yet reported for their class are
urged to do so at once.

Two welterweights, Boschan and
Gillard, have been secured by Mana-
ger Haller for the occasion. The men
are about the best matched pair in
the University, and should give as
interesting an exhibition as did the
boxers three weeks ago.
Great enthusiasm is now being e'r-
idenced by the followers of the mat

The last call for tryouts for
assistant track manager has
been issued by Manager Fisher.
All those desiring to try out
should get in touch with him
any afternoon at Waterman gym-
1 asium.

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IN THIS OLE TOWN"
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-
sary?"
Just note the address at the
bottom of this advertisement
and drop in here "just to look
around" and watch the players.
You'll soon find a partner for
a game of "rotation" or
"straight" and forget all about
your lonesomeness.
This is a clean, decent place,
one which you'll enjoy visiting
regularly. Come in today.
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Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
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The materials are Worsteds,
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Customers are assured that they
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