.pite of the fact that the weath-
s warm for such work, more than
en donned the moleskins and
I out for spring football practice
y afternoon. Keen competition
ng shown in the individual pro-
:y contest. One-half of each
standing in this contest will
I upon the showing he 'makes
;tournament that is to be held
end of the season, and the other
will depend upon the regularity
attendance and upon the im-.
nent shown in daily practice.
ch "Tad" Wieman is devoting
of his time to drilling the men
p-kicking and place kicking.
>ach says that next year a good
kicker will be a great asset to
am. This is because of the new.
which gives the scoring team
all on the 15 yard line in-
of the old goal kick after a
own. This he believes will
b many opportunities for the
a good drop kicker.
re will also be need~for men to
e gaps left in thes line by the
tion of Vick, Dunne, and Wil-
Several good ;prospects) have
developed so far, but there is
lenty of room for more.
(Continued from Page Four)
nine. The Irish are priming Castner
to do the hurling duties. Fishers' men'
defeated this Notre Dame mound ar-
tist last season in two games, although
in each fray the final score was close.
Coach Fisher has decided to use
Shultz against the Farmer team and
to keep Elliott for mound duties
against Notre Dame. Elliott has plen-
ty of stuff on the ball and if he is able
to locate the plate he should prove
effective against the Irish hitters.
Neither M. A. C. or Notre Dame are
Conference teams acid the results of
these affairs wil in no way affect the
Big Ten standing of the Michigan nine,
although the experience in these two,
contests should sharpen the ,eyes of
the Wolverine batters who will be
called upon to meet Iowa in their only
Conference game of the week Satur-
day afternoon on Ferry field. Froh-
wein, Hawkeye hurler, tamed the Illi-
ni nine for six innings last week with
an effective slow ball. Dixon and Liv-
erance will both be in condition to
hurl against the Iowans.
COACH PRIMING TRACKSTERS
FOR ,OHIO STATE, SATURDAY
(Continued from Page Four).
far above the average, and Wycoff, a
man who does the mile at a fast clip.
The running track is now in excel-
lent shape. With the advent of ideal
spring weather the team should round
into excellent shape in time for the big
meets which are to follow in rapid
succession. If the men continue to
improve at the rate they have during
the past wee,, the Wolverines will un-
doubtedly rank closer to the top in the
coming contests. Until Saturday good
stiff practice sessions will be In vogue.:
Int rmu ral Items
The schedule for the interclass base-
ball teams is as follows: on Tuesday
at 4 - o'clock, No. 1, Senior Eng. vs.
Junior Eng.; No. 2, Dents vs. Senior
Lits; No. 3, Laws vs. Architects. On
Wednesday at 4 o'clock, No. 1, Medics
vs. Junior Lits; No. 2, Fresh Lits vs.
the loser of the Laws-Architects game.
The final elimination in the inter-
fraternity baseball tournament starts
this afternoon. The very best teams
have survived the past round and
some very close games are expected.
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afternoon. At 5:15 the following
teams will play: No. 1, Alpha Sigma
Phi vs. Kappa Nu; No. 4, Xi Psi Phi
vs. Alpha Rho Chi; No. 6, Phi Chi vs.
Delta Sigma Pi. These games have
been scheduled late because of the
large number of Dents and Medics
among the contestants.
Independent baseball teams will play
as follows: Wednesday at 4:15, on cor-
ner of Church and Washtenaw, Hoff-
man vs. Lister; at Ferry field, 4:45,
on diamond No. 1, Deug vs. Newhall;
No. 2, Scalp and Blade vs. Levinson,
No. 3, Golinski vs. Taumen club; No.
4, Brasie vs. Peterson; No. 5, Forbes
vs. Luke, at the corner of Twelfth
and Washtenaw, Eisenberg vs. Lister.
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