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April 20, 1922 - Image 4

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Knode fields as well as
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Uterltz Looks Good
I Wimbles, playing on the keystone
E .sack, handles himself well. .hoty
is a snappy fielder and a fair hitter.
toh Team Uteritz 'at short stop looks even better
Ugh tgan he did last year at second when
he was generally credited with 'being.
the best man on the infield. Uteritz
ST . and Wimbles form a speedy pair, who
rERENCE are probably the equal of any other
in the Big Ten. They are, not the
h a mix- equals of Knode and Van Boven, but
- after a little play together they should
i the ope- rival the record of the 1920 pair.
eball nine Paper, guardian of the third corner,
prepara- appears to be the speediest third
with Carl baseman Michigan has had in recent
seasons. Mike covers a lot of grouid
The Wol- and seldom makes a miscue. His-
,nd a lay throw to firsit base is strong and it)
ay' lessen looks as if the third corner will be
ine from well taken care of. Paper showed up
Well with the stick against the south-
lois wvas ern teams. Gardham, another infield-
r condi- er, has been used at third in practiceJ
to the games. He hits well and often boosts'
yed' few- them farther than Paper, although he
her's men has not produced any more timely
us should hits than' the regular third baseman.1
condition Fishet is certain that his infield is up
to'standard, while in1 the early games
it has performed far better than last
lived jup year's combination.
ns as was Indian Infield Strong
formances Illinois is also represented by a
rine men- strong infield, although Julie Mee,
ready for who was their main cog for three cam-
Wolverine paigns, has been lost by graduation.
Michigan's Wisconsin's infield was hit hard by
or action, graduation last year and on paper it
am Mich- appears that the two best infields in
li perfect the Conference will vie for honors
f practice when Illinois meets Michigan on Ferry
to secure l field Saturday.I
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Baseball Squad C
Who Have friade e
Michigan's baseball team is not
lacking in all-around athletes. InI
fact, it seems as though the diamond
aggregation has more than its share
of versatile stars, six of 'the nine
regulars having made a name for
themselves in other fields of athletic'
activity. Of the sextette, one is a
three-sport man, while the other five,
have won a letter in some majpr sport
other than. baseball.
fTarry Kipke, brilliant halfback on
the Varsity last fall and forward on
Mather's court team during the sea-
son just closed, is the man who seems
destined to garner hi, third letter and
enter the select gro up of three time
winners of the M, now made up of
Johnny Garrels, Duke Dunne, and Joe
Karpus. Kip has been out for the dia-
mond sport but a short time as he 'was
unable to devote aniiy attention to it
until after the basket season closed,
but in that time he has shown the
most rapid development of any mem-
.ber of the squad and bids fair to hold
a regular berth from now on.
Ernie Vick, catcher and captain of the'
1922 team, made his letteit four times
as a member of Yost's football' teams
in addition to winning one in baseball
la'st year. Because of his reputation
as all-American football center Vick's
skill on the 'diamond has not been
generally recognized although 'he was
hailed as the greatest catcher. in the
Big. Ten' last season and is to report
to the St. Louis Cardinals at the end
of the Varsity season. Bob - Knode,
slated for first base on the team, won
his letter in football last fall, play-
ing a strong game at half and quar-
ter throughout the season. Uteritz,
shortstop, broke ifto the limelight
duing the last gridiron campaign when
he substituted for Banks at quarter-
back and proved one of the most use-
ful signal callers in the West. I
Another man who went direct from
the basketball floor to the Ferry field
diamond is Mike Paper, third base-
man, who played at the running guard
position on the court team. Paper
has been a member of the football

arries. Six lien
tore Than One"NAI
squad for two seasons and played in
several games, but has'never received
the Varsity award inthat sport. Wind-
ing up 'the list of all around stars is
Doug Roby, slated for an outfield post
on the uine, and one of the strongest
plunging backs in the Conference last
fall. Roby is. a hard hiter and good
fielder and fills in most acceptably
behind the bat.
Fortified by such a number of tried
athletes the Varsity should do. better
in the ensuing season than a' number
of new men would under the same
conditions. It is natural for the fans
to pin more faith to a man who has
been seen in action before, although
'it may have been in another sport,
than to look for much from a rookie
untried in Varsity competition.

ILiNSHOW WELLI
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ON, SOUTH ERI TRIPi
Wii All Games for First Time Since
Toter Was inaugurated; Ii ady
for Michigan
.JCKSON LOOKS LIKELY AS
HURLER IN SITURDAY TILT
Utbana, Ill., April 19.-University
of Illinois baseball team, champions
of the 1921 Big Ten season, returned
Monday motning fron their spring
training trip in the South with six
victories and one tie game to their
credit. The following are the con-

er garden men to start will prc
ably be Peden in left field, Vogel
center; and Reichle in right field.
FRESH LITS NOTICE

Freshman lits are requested to
mail their class dues to D. .
Johnson, 1443 Washtenaw ave-
nue at once. No applications
for Fresh Frolic tickets will be
considered unless dues are paid.

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plete results of the Southern trip:
University o Miss., 2; Illinois, 6.
Miss. A. and M. college, 6; Illinois,
6.
Miss. A. and M. college, 3; Illinois,
10.
University of Alabama, 0; Illinois, 9.
University of Alabama, 3; Illinois, 5.
Mississippi college, 1; Illinois, 5.
Mississippi college, 2; Illinois, 5.
This is the first time since 1915
that the Illini horsehide tossers have
made a clean sweep of ithe Southern
games, and the, third time since 1910
when the trip South was inaugurated.
In spite of the fact'that several reg-
ulars are slowed up by injuries the
team as a whole is playing a fine
brand of baseball.
From all indications Jackson is slat-
ed to go on the slab at Ann Arbor
Saturday and if he pitches as well
against the Wolverines as he did
against the nines. below the Mason-
Dixon'line he shonld go the route eas-
ily. Barnes, :anker, and McCann Ore
also in good shape to take up the
twirling job. 'Doc' Dougherty will
start behind the bat. This veteran is
a clever, cool and alert youngster
whose ability to handle the pitchers is
remarkable.
Captain McCurdy will handle the
first sack while Roettger whose pitch-
ing is rather weak will start at sec-
ond base. Stewart is slated to handle
the short stop pbst. Third base is
still an open, position. Hellstrom's
bad leg cannot stand much hard prac-
tice and Vogel's arm cannotendure the
strain of infield throwing. The out-

ia papers
of Michi-
er calling
ge combi-
on the
The Wol-
speedier
year than
st season.
out doubt
sack man

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FRESHMAN TRACK NOTICE

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All freshmen indoor track jer-
seys are now at the intramural
office. Men who have won them
can get same by calling at this
office.

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SHACKLEFORD WAS ONE OF THE
most feared batsmen in the Big Ten
last season and will ,soon be meet-
ing the ball with all of his old time
vigor.

MILTON DIXON, VARSITY HURL-
in'g ace, was one of the effective
pitchers in the Conference last seas-
on and seems on his way to another
banner year.

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