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Catching and Pitching Staff Will Share
Burden of Michigan's Heavy
OTHER CONFERENCE NINES
HOLD INDOOR PRACTICE
Coach Pratt's prophesy made during
the early part of the week that dia-
mond candidates would be out for the
squad has been fulfilled as there are at
present 81 men who have signed up
and more than 15 ball tossers whose
names do not yet appear on the big
chart. The new Michigan mentor is
pleased with the turnout and expects
to give each man a fair chance to
make good, for this year more thn in
the past few seasons, there are many
positions open to players who can
Many Positions Open
Outfie)ders and infielders are caus-
ing the coach more worry than any
other positions. Although there are
more than 50 men out 'or these posi-
tions few of them have ever had Var-
sity experience. The backbone of the
team running from catcher to. center
field has only Captain Parks and Ed
Ruzicka among the veterans although
Karpus or Van Boven may be shifted
to the keystone sack. ,Vick, Coates,
McPike, Golinski and Robey are men
who should make up a first class re-
ceiving department. Langenhan's old
position in center field is open to any
one of some 25 aspirants. Genebach
and Perrin are former "M" men while
Ronan, a former M. A. C. player, may
be the man to fill the position.
Among the new men trying out for
the infield, Hanna, Uteritz, Hicky,
Carter, Hoffman and Middleditch show
promise. Other infielders have been
lost to Coach Pratt-because of inelig-
ibility. On first base Schaklefora,
Novak; Johnson and Broome are all
handling themselves well.
New Hurlers Out
New hurlers trying out for the nine
are: Liverence, Torrey, Gibson, Mudd,
Schultz, Dickerson and Hubach. Of
these moundsmen Gibson and Hu-
bach are southpaws. Mudd and Gib-
son are numeral men from the-1923
freshman team. Upon the pitching
staff will fall the burden of work in
one of the hardest schedules ever at-
tempted by a Michigan nine.
Next week Coach Pratt will begin
whittling down his squad. Up to this
time the squad has been of such size
that it overcrowds the gymnasium and
with a reduction in numbers the sur-
vivor of cuts will be given more in-
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After the dance you are invited to
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As we have shown in our previous
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very great. But the price does not
depend entirely on the price of a
commodity. Public demand has an
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Michigan is somewhat behind sever- HANDBALL TOURNEY Anticipating a hard time in defend-
al other Conference schools in its COMMENCES MONDAY ing their 1920 championship, Brucker
indoor practice due to the late open-ad ncehaebnpttgin
and Sanchez have been putting in
ing of the spring semester. Illinois, morning practice during the week.
Iowa and Wisconsin have been hold- Play in the handball tournament Such teams as Glasgow-Ogdon, Lu-
ing practices for nearly a month but commences Monday. In order that the Potts, Gehring-Watson, and the Greene
the Wolverines should suffer no handi- names of the Michigan entries in the brothers will bear watching. It is
cap by a later start and will be in top national tournament may reach the rather -expected that Gehring will re-
condition when the weather permits D. A. C. not later than March 14, all tain his singles championship although
practice on Ferry field. entrants must play off their matches Clark, last year's runner up, Ogden,
as soon as possible. and Sanchez are also adapt in the in-.
3 CUSHION TITLE
The schedule of matches is as fol-
lows: J. L. Greene vs. Swartz, Geh-
ring vs. Brucker, Ball vs. Glasgow,
Wolcott vs. C. Greene, E. C. Bowers
vs. Hauser, G. M. Bowers vs. Morse,
Edmunds vs. Van Doweler, Clark vs.
Sloane, Ogdon vs. Ross, Wihagrand
vs. Sanchez, Buell drew a bye in the
The doubles draw is as follows: Lu
and Potts vs. G. M. Bowers and part-
ner, Greene and Greene vs. Dunr
Goldman, Hanselman and Thor
Watson and Gehring, Brucker
Sanchez vs. Ball and Harris,
gow and Ogdon vs. E. Bower
Van Doweler, Edmunds and W
vs. Buell and Clark, Hauser and
vs. Roselman and partner.
Let a classified ad find that 1c
In the championship match of the
class A three-cushion billiard tourna-
ment, Guensbuerg playing af 25 de-
feated Shephard playing at 25 for the
campus championship by the score of
25 to 23. The match completed the,
class A tournament as arranged by
the Union billiard committee.
Beginning on Monday,: a class B
tournament will get under way. This
also will 'be a three-cushion event.
In the first match which will be played
in the afternoon, Loeb will meet
Byrne. For the evening Frounfelter
opposes. Moeller. On Tuesday after-
noon Griffith meets Karpus and. Tues-
day evening Kelley will play Bumpus.
Prizes are to be awarded to the win-
ners in both classes. In the class A
tourney, Guensberg was presented
with a fine cue.
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