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an gave the men who
ring football their first
yesterday afternoon on
More than 60 men were
e and Coaches Wieman
ether with Capt. Paul
he men through some
and 25 new men report-
tball mentor yesterday
. Tad expects quite 'a
idates to come out dur-
everal days. The work-
started with passing,
that the men may ac-
k of handling the ball.
Wieman put the play-
, series of calisthenics,
m in the art of dodging
and charging the line.
the men up and down
the pigskin showing
them the way to speed up their charg-
ing on the offense.
Although the spring practied is be-
ing held primarily for those who will
be out for the Varsity next fall there
are quite a number of men who are
enrolled in the school of physical edu-
cation who aref working out with men
so that they may get practical work
along with their instruction in coach-
ing in classes. Practice is in charge
of 'Coach Tad Wieman but Coach Yost
plans to devote as much time as pos-
sible to overseeing the candidates.
The fraternity handball champion-
ship rests upon the final outcome of
the game between Phi Delta Theta and
Kappa Nu. These teams have played
consistent ball and' a close series of
games is expected. The game will be
played this afternoon.
In the consolation handball series,
Lambda Chi Alpha will meet Beta
Theta Pi at 4 o'clock today. The win-
ner of this match will meet Kappa
Beta Psi at 4 o'clock tomorrow to
determine which team will enter the
semi-finals. Phi Gamma Delta meets
Cygnus at 4 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon, and Sigma Phi Epsilon opposes,
Phi Sigma Delta at the same time, the
winners al'so going into the semi-
Interclass outdoor baseball will
begin next week and class managers.
are requested to get their teams out to
practice immediately. The race is
expected to be close again 'this year
with the senior engineers and the
medics looking like the leading aggre-
gations. The intramural office has re-
ceived no notification . of managers
selected for the following classes:
Fresh lits, junior lits, senior lits,
dentsaws, architects, homoeops, and
pharmics. Anyone who knows who
was selected to look after these teams
will please call 2268.
Interfraternity baseball starts Mon-
day, April .24. Four and five team
leagues will be organized and 'the
winners of these will play an elimin-
ation series for the championship. Be-
cause of the short time between now
and the close of school, there can be
no postponements of contests for any
cause except rainy weather.
All entries for the All-campus
singles tennis and horseshoe pitching
tournaments must be in by noon Sat-
urday. The schedule will be drawn
up Saturday afternoon, play starting
Monday.. Entries for the doubles in
both tennis and horseshoe pitching
must be in by Wednesday of next
week. Promptness in running off
these matches will be essential to the
success of the spring tournament as
examinations begin earlier than usual
this year which makes the spring sea-
son shorter. Those desiring to enter
these tournaments can sign at the in-
tramural office in the Press building
or phone in entries to 2268.
VARSITY PITCHERlS HURL- GREAT BALL
AGAtINST STRONG SOUTHERHN TEAMS
FRESH LITs NOTICE
I Freshman lits are requested to
mail their class dues to D. E.
Johnson, 1443 Washtenaw ave-
nue at ,nce. No applications
for Fresh Frolic tickets will be
# considered unless dues are paid.
"Better Ball Club Than One Whlch
Opened the Season Last Year,"
Says Coach Fisher
BEGIN DRILL FOR ILLINOIS
GAME WITH FAST PRACTICE
Michigan's Varsity baseball team
ended its spring training trip in a
blaze of glory Monday afternoon by
defeating the University of Cincinnati
nine 12 to 1. Victory over .Cincinnati
raised the total number of wins on
the trip to seven, while in the losing
column the Wolverines have only two
defeats, both of these by one run mar-
Coach Ray Fisher is highly pleased
with the performance of his team on
the trip and is optimistic over tlke
outlook for the Big Ten season which
opens with a bang Saturday when
Carl Lundgren brings his Illini nine
to Ferry field for the opening bat-
tie. Coach Fisher said, "the pitchers
look good and on the whole we have
Parker is now open for busi-
The formal opening will be the
part of next week.-Adv.
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"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.
m. . )
touch for that
new Spring suit--a
smart Bat-wing tie"
of English Twill.
and striking colour
a better ball club than the one which
opened the season last year."
Dixon in Mid-Season Form
i Dixon, ace of last year's motfnd
corps, pitched magnificent ball in the
two games he worked in during the
trip, but was unfortunate in losing
both games by narrow margins,
which were the result of rallies made
by the southern nines late in the con-
tests. In the opening game at
Georgia,' Dixon faced a college nine
which is probably without a peer in
the South and which had won seven
college games this season, yet the
Buldogs were helpless before his of-
ferings for seven innings, during
which time they went hitless. In the
eighth two errors combined with a
single and two scratch hits scored
three Georgia runners and gave the
Bulldog nine the game by a three to
two score. Against Vanderbilt Dixon
was effective until the ninth, when a
combination of hits and bases on balls
scored four runners and gave the
Nashville nine the game. Until the
final round Dixon had held the ene-
my helpless. In both games he ap-
peared to be in midseason form.
Liverance Rises to, Occasion
Liverance hurled an excellent brand
of ball against the slugging , Georgia
nine in the. second encounter, allow-
ing them but 6 scattered hits during
the entire 12 innings. To Livy goes
the credit for making the Bulldogs
bow to a colle'ge nine for the first time
this year. Livy also started the final
tilt with Vanderbilt but gave way to
Dick Shultz at the end of the third
inning. Dick finished the game and
held the Nashville team at bay until
the end of the fray.
Shultz was the iron man of the trip.
He worked in more games than any
other pitcher. Dick shows great im-
provement over last year- and can hold
his own with the best of them this
season. At Vanderbilt he had the
batsmen baffled with the assortment
of curves, smoke balls, and floaters he
Elliott a Sophomore Find
Elliott's showing at Camp Bennling
and against Cincinnati Monday is'
highly gratifying. The sophomore
hurler has great possibilities and more
than lived up to expectations in these
games. He was not troubled in locat-
ing the plate as he had been in prac-
tice games. Elliott has barrels of
speed and more will be heard of him
Yesterday the Wolverines busied
themselves in preparation for the
coming Illini battle. The game will
probably be the most important home
contest this year and Fisher is leav-
ing nothing unturned in his prepara-
tions for the-invading Indians.
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Nothing is done simply for show.
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Despite the stif, wind which swept
across Ferry field yesterday after-
noon, candidates for tlhe Varsity ten-
nis team were put through a series
of preliminary matches by Coach
Walter Wesbrook. More than 20 rack-
et men were out for the first real
practice since the spring recess and
while no outstanding stars were evi-
dent among the new. men, the calibre
of the tenniswas up to the usual
standard.. Cempetition for places on
the team will probably be among some
10 or 12 players who appear to have
an edge on the rest of the. field.
During the first week of practice,
six courts, will be reserved for the.
Varsity. The four regular Varsity
courts and the first two- in the tier
just south of the Varsity courts will
be set aside.
Freshman baseball candidates
will report to the Intramural I
Iclub house at 1 o'clock this aft-
ernoon. Candidates are request-
ed to come prepared for play as
first year men will furnish their
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'NAD( LtN '4CWAAK
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