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ern, although Butler College, with Pat
ekend Will Page, former Maroon coach, to drill
higan's its nine, trounced the Midway boys by
a large score last week.
Coach Fisher will probably start
V TO Liverance against the Midway nine.
R NAMED Livy hurled good ball on the South-
ern trip, while in his; three innings{
on the mound against Ypsilanti he'
his week looked better than he did at any time
nine be- last year. Shultz and Elliott will be
the Con- held in reserve.
on Stagg Wisconsin is now out in the front
Wisconsin of the Big Ten race, and the meeting
unond at of the Badger and Wolverine nines
The Wol- Saturday will have a direct bearing
idered se- upon the Big Ten leadership since
depend to Wisconsin and Michigan have been
showing pointed to a$ being- among the chief
nsin. On contenders for the title honors. If
ning from Michigan wins from Chicago Friday,
igan dmothe contest at Madison will develop in-
em oto a battle for first place in the Big
with _ 10 .,- -

FRESHMAN TRACK NOTICF 1
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. -
lAHRMAKESCUTIN
FEHMNL 1 UA0UU
Twenty-seven men have been cut
from the freshman baseball squad
which formerly numbered 87,. Coach
Mather is daily applying the pruning
slears in order to get the squad down"
to a reasonable size.- There is still an
urgent need for some good outfield
mat'erial. , The coach finds it difficult
to weed out the squad because of the
fact that although a man may not'
show up well in the field, if he shows
ability at wielding the stick, he feels
compelled to retain him oR the list
and wait for improvements.,
In order to get a line on their bat-
ting ability the coach divides the men,
into teams and practice games are
held. Because of the large Aumber of
men. out, the coach -at the present time3
has no idea of the probable 'lineup of
the team.,
Yesterday's Games
American League
Chicago 7, Cleveland 3.
Detroit 2, St. Louis 0.
Philadelphia 4, New York 2.-
Boston 6, Washington 15.

TRACK MEN TRAVEL
TO EASTA9ND WESTI

Michigan Sends Representatives
Both Drike and Penn Belay
Events

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should not present such a
'oblem for the Wolverines,
he Maroons are in the habit
ig more than their share of
in Conference athletics.
coached this season by
een, a former "C" man. Re-
the Midway indicate that
prospects are unusually
season. Nearly all of the
.921 team is back and the
re playing well together.
has a staff of six pitchers,
handers and three south-
ch,- a right hander, is re-
be the -find of the season,
robably draw the mound
st the Wolverines. Yardley,
catcher; will perform be-
at. On the infield the Ma-
e Captain Dixon on first
uire on second, Fedor at
and Curtis at third. Thr'ee
nen are veterans who are
inted with the game.
utfield Uncertain
itfield Bobby Cole of grid-
will be used in center field.
for the other positions are
, although it is probable
en will use Schultz and
'hicago holds one Confer-
'y, a win over Northwest-
ld use a Rider "Masterpen."
w you at 214 Nickel's Ar-

Badgers Have Many Wins
Wisconsin defeated Minnesota in an
impressive, fashion last Saturday when
the Gophers fell before Captain Pad-
dock's offerings by the score of 8 to
1. This is Minnesota's first year of,
Conference baseball since,1914 and it
is hard to say whether Minnesota's
weakness or Wisconsin's strength was
fresponsible for the &he-sided fray.
Notre Dame and Northwestern have
also fallen before the'Badgers. The
Cardinal boasts of one of the snap-
piest infields. in the Mid-West, while
the outfield is made up of capable men.
R. Williams in leftfield is the best al,
around man in the Badger outer gar-
den. Jack Williams, a veteran, is
playing first base, while Skalfe, a new!
keystone maxi, has shown great prom-
ise with the stick. Elliott, veteran
football and diamond star, will per-1
form again at short stop. Dugan is
playing third base, but is expected tol
give way to Ruediger, a veteran,' as
soon as he is in condition ,for play.
Michigan will use Dixon and Vick;
against the Badger nine. Milton
pitched a great brand of ball against
Illinois and in meeting Paddock he
-will have an opportunity to match his
skill agaist one of the best mound
artists in the Big Ten.
JUNIOR LIT NOTICE
All candidates for junior lit
baseball team report for practice
at 3 this afternoon on south
end of Ferry field.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv

TWELVE GO TO DES MOINES;
TWO OFF FOR PHILADELPHIA
Steve Farrell and 12 members of
his track team will leave for Des'
Moines, where the Drake relays are
to be held this week-end, at 2:23
oclock this afternoon. Two other
men will take a train at noon east-
ward to Philadelphia to participate in
the Penn relays. . -
The 12 men who leave for Des
Moines are Captain Simmons, Burke,
Sargent, Siemons, Lewis, Rankin, Joy-
ner, Douglas, Hattendorf, Everett,
Bowen, and AWeElven. Landowski and
Hoffman will take the trip to Philadel-
phia.
Enter 3 Special Events
Michign'will enter three relay rac-
es at Des Moines in addition to three'
special events. The half-mile relay
team will be made up of Captain Sim-
mons, Burke, Sargent, and Siemons.
Four quarter milers on the mile relay
,team should show up fairly well. Sie-
mons, Joyner, Lewis, and Rankin.
form the personnel of this team. In
the two-mile relay Douglas, Hatten-
dorf, Everett, and 'Bowen will each
turn a half-mile for Michigan.
In the special events'the sprinters
have the greatest possibilities of plac-
ing. In spite of the fact that some,
fast men will run the 100 yard dash,
Simmons and Burke should show
rather well. Sargent will run in the
high hurdles and McElven will be the
only Wolverine high jumper. at the
meet.
Two Men at Penn
As for the Penn relays Landowski
will find some mighty keen competi-.
tion in the pole vault in the person-
ages of Merrick of Wisconsin, a man;
from Oregon and several other crack-
er-Jack vaulters of the east. Hoff-
man should place in the javelin
throw if he lives' up to his perform-
ances of the past two. years. ,

men to do anything sensational at the
meets. In fact he won't be terribly
disappointed if they fail to place
among the few leaders. Michigan's
track team this year has no all-around
stars of the Carl Johnson type ' who
are responsiple for the winning of
such large meets. The team is strong
in dual meets, however. It is well
balanced, having average men in
many events.
Intramurlitems
Opportunity to enter the independ-
ent indoor league ends after today.
Anyone who is not eligible for the in-
terfraternity league may organize and!
enter a team provided all the members
are independents. The Intramural de-
partment will arrange the schedule
and furnish equipment. Call 2268 to-
day.,
Interclass. baseball wtarts this after-
noon with the follbwing games: Dia-
mond 1, foresters vs. medics; diamond
2, senior engineers vs. sophomore en-
gineers; diamond 3, freshman engin-
eers vs. junior engineers. Friday at 4
o'clock: Diamond 1, dents vs. School
of Education; diamond 2, senior lits
vs. sophomore lits; diamond 3, fresh-
man lits vs. junior lits. Saturday at 1:
Diamond 1, pharmics vs freshman
laws.
The manager of the architects is re-
quested to call 2268 to verify entry of
that team in the baseball league.
Interfraternity baseball scores: Sig-
ma Chi 5-Psi Upsilon 6; Alpha Delta
Phi 8-Zeta Psi 2; Delta Kappa Epsilon
9-Acacia 10; Beta Theta Psi 4; Chi Psi
30; Delta Theta. Phi 15-Alpha Chi Sig-
ma 5; Delta Chi 7-Theta Delta Chi'11;
Zeta Beta Tau 8 - Theta Xi 1
Delta Sigma Pi 13 - Phylon 2;
Kappa Beta Psi 4-Hermitage 3; Gam-
mia Eta Gamma forfeit to Alpha Tau
Omega; Alpha Rho Chi 10-Beta Phi
Delta 9; Phi Alpha Gamma forfeit to
Phi Delta .Chi; Nu Sigma Nu_ 24-Phi
Beta Pi 13; Phi Chi 23-Phi Rho Sigma
8; Phi Sigma Kappa 3-Psi Omega 2;
Delta Tau Delta 4-Xi Psi Phi 25; Phi
Sigma Delta won by forfeit from Phi
Alpha Delta; Alpha Sigma Phi 5-Del-

was carried out by memi
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at
which was held at the Ann A
I try club last Friday by
Vulcans, and Druids, hon
eties.
Fountain Pen Hospital-
pens to Rider's Pen Shop-N
cade-twenty-four hour ser
.ost something? A Class
The Daly will find it for
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{ National League ,
Pittsburg 3, Chicago 4, 10 innir
St. Louis 0, Cincinnati 3.
Brooklyn 10, Boston 1.
New York 4, Philadelphia 6.
Professor F. N. Scott Inl
Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric
partment, has been absent from
classes since Friday on account of

ngs,

de-
his
ill-

ness. He will leave shortly for Bat-
tle Creek for a three weeks' vacation. I

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