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James Whitcomb Riley spoke in U-
rersity hall on Friday, March 3, 1893,
he Daily reports.

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aseball Coach',
Cuts Squad Into
Two Equal Parts
Coach Ray Fisher has divided his
baseball squad into two parts in or-
der that the men can get m.re hitting
practice. ' With 75 men trying out for
positions on the team the cage is too
crowded to make hitting practice a
success and for this reason the coach
has asked that half the squad report
at 1 and the remainer at 2 o'clock.
Batting Gets Attention
The importance of hitting in win-
ning ball games is well understood by
the coach and this department will be
given his special attention. As yet the
pitchers are not putting anything on
the ball. Only fast straight ones to
let the men get their eyes and swing.
As soon as they have become accus-
tomed to the ball the pitchers' will be,
allowed to curve them.
The afternoon's program is usually
ended by the coach hitting a number
of hot grounders to the infield candi-
dates. The balls take a fast hop on
the hard wood floor and the men are

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made to move fast and keep on their
toes. There has been no cut as yet in
the equad but the coach intends to
start the thinning out process the first
of next week. This will make the
gym less crowded and a minature dia-
mond can be laid out with real infield
practice given.
On Tuesday, March 28, 1893, The
Daily published an article calling at-
tention to the story contest being run
by "Short Stories" offering a prize of
$50 for the best sketch of college life.
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For the. second time in two years
a Michigan basketball team has won
from the Aggie five on its home floor,
and the Wolverines "now own a string
of four .consecutive victories over
Farmer court squads. Taking a hard
fought 19 to 17 fray from M. A. C. at
Lansing Wednesday evening the Wol-
verine team finished its final prepara-
tions for the game with Illinois to-
morrow night at' Waterman gymna-
slum.
Michigan was ,forced to go at top
speed against the speedy 'Aggie five,
who with the advantage of their home
floor and rooters opened the contest
determined to avenge the one point
defeat handed them by the Maize and
Blue in the first tilt of the year be-
tween these two teams at Waterman
gymnasium. Michigan's defense, as
in -previous contests, was the redeem-
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Although the Varsity w
go at a lively clip they en
the game none the worse
counter and ,are now a'
coming of 'the Illini five w
long end of a 20 to 17 so
recent engagement at Ur
gan will be without the
Captain Rea. and Cappon,
ed in the earlier game w
while the Suckers will p
Walquist, who was rend
ble, for participation in the
al football game at Tayl
The Illini have weatherec
Walquist without much
though they lost an app
game to Chicago after hi
sence from the team. Si
cago fracus Coach Winte
taken a' decided brace a
but onie game, that to R
Madison, while they have
from Minnesota and hold
victory over Purdue.
Burden Will Fal on
At Ur'bana the guarding
and Rea featured Michiga
the defense, while Mille
kept the Wolverines in 1
Cappon kept the Illini's
tosser, Captain Carney
from the field. If Coac
newly constructed teaitnis
ful on the defense it shou
the advantage of the Wal
nasium floor. A bulk- o
will fall ;upon Birks and
will be called upon to b
Illinois offense as success
Capon and Rea. Miller i
be closely watched by the
Blue guards, as he has
marked man in Conferenc
victory for Michigan wil
insure them of a first. di
while Illinois must win
stand a chance to pass
Boilermakers.

MICHIGAN TO, 0FACE
VICTORY FOR ILLINOIS KEEPS'
HER IN RACE FOR CHAM-.
SHIP WITH PURDUE
WOLVERINE TEAMWORK
GOOD AGAINST AGGIES

ing feature of t
ing was so clos
gies were force
middle of the f
shot coming w]
them the ball on
Gilkey was the
through the 1
more than one b
and White forw
four field goals
all times by Birk
ing caused Gilk
middle of the f
ny ability to sco
him to keep his
Foster, the gian

Birks and Miller Star in Game
Lansing; Makes Fourth Con-
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