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I FRESHMAN TENNIS CALL
All men who wish to try 'hut
{ for the freshman tennis team "
should report at th4 Varsity 1
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Typewriting and Mimeographing
promptly done. O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade.-Adv-'

RUBY SECURED' TO COACH
'ILLINOIS CURT TEAMS

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Urbana, Ill, May 4.-The University
of Illinois has added J. Craig Ruby to
its coaching staff to replace Frank J.
Winters as basketball coach, and
George Huff, director of athletics, be-
lieves that the change will develop a
new style of cage play for the Orange
and Blue tossers next season.
Coach Ruby will have complete
charge of both, Varsity and freshman
basketball. However, Assistant Coach
Burt Ingwerson will coach the yearl-
ings, for it is Mr. Huff's idea to start
a new system of basketball playing
here for the Indian basketeers, and,
Ruby was selected to start the ball
rolling in that direction.
- \ Has Great Record
Ruby's past record hg.s been short
but sensational. He graduated from
the University of Missouri in 1920 as
one of the best forwards who ever
played in the Missouri Valley confer-
ence. In the fall of 1926 he return-.
100 visiting cards printed from your
plate, $1.75. 'O. D. Morrill; 17 Nickel's
Arcade.-Adv._

ed to Missouri as basketbail coach aft-
er the Tiger players petitioned for.
him to take the Dlace of Doctor W. E.
Meanwell, wio stepped into the Big
Ten Conference circle when he went
to Wisconsin. During his first year,
Missouri won the Valley title, and this
season his team tied for top honors
with the University of Kansas quartet.
For three years Ruby played under
Doc Meanwell's coaching and when
his short-pass system was cdntinued
at Missouri, it worked for two more
titles. The new coach says he will
drill the Illini cagers in the short-pass"
game, which has made the Missouri
team and its two coaches famous.
Looks to Success
Coming to Illinois at a time when.
the Illini will be strongly fortified
with basketball players, Coach Ruby
is expected to score an immediate
success, for he will have the follow-
ing veterans. on the squad next year:
Swede Hellstrom, Evanston;' Roland3
Popken, Oak Park; G. E. Potter, Or-
ange, Calif.; Otto Vogel, Davenport,
Ia.: Walter Roettger; L. Stilwell, 01-
ney. Besides these men, there are fle
real stars on the freshman squad who
will bear much watching. -
Avoid aelays by ordering your vis-
iting cards from O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.
Martha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday at Tice's.-Adv.

W. L.
Michigan.........3 0
Illinois..............3 1
Wisconsin . . . ..2 1
Purdue........./......1 1
Minnesota......... ..1 1
Ohio State ... ........1 2
Northwestern........1- 3
Chicago............0 1
Iowa ..............02

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Knode Leads Michigan. Batters with
Average of .571; Shack
Tied for Second'
IOWA PLAYS FISHER'S MEN
SATURDAY ON FERRY FIELD.
CONFERENCE STANDINGS

Hawkeyes, turned in a good game
against the Illinois team..For six inn-
ings he held the Illini powerless be-
fore his deceptive slow ball. Witha
lead of five runs the Illini came from
behind and won in the tenth inning
by a score of 6-5.
Frohwein's pitching may trouble
the heavy hitters of the Michigan
team, but it is expected that while
Fisher's versatile pitching staff is
holding the enemy at bay, Michigan
can amass enough hits to put the con-
test aw ay for their fourth straight
win. It is rather doubtful as to whom
Coach Fisher will send to the mound.
The Notre Dame contest on Friday,
while not counted in the Conference
standing, is a feather in the cap of
any team that can defeat the Catho-
lics, who usually turn out good ball
teams. Any one of the three main-
stays of the squad, Dixon, Liverance
or Schultz should be able to turn in
a wi'n if called upon.
It is interesting to note that in the
three-Conference games that Michigan
has played this season, the nine has
played 'excellent ball. The pitching
has been of high grade. Dixon has
turned in two games with few hits,
while almost perfect control mnarked
his work. Liverance, who was as-
signed the task of subduing the Ma-
roons, last Friday at Chicago, allow
ed but two hits and should have been
given a shut out save for some costly
boots by his team mates.

IT IS A SELF-STARTER'

Illinois and Northwestern

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in the only Big Ten baseball game
during the early part of the week,
and the lIlini had little trouble in
winning by a good score. This vic-
tory, while Wisconsin was idle, plac-
es the Illinois team second in the Con-
ferejice race with one defeat and three
wins to its credit.
Meet Iowa Saturday
Michigan still leads the list with
three victories and none lost. Satur-
day's Conference game with Iowa
holds Litt ..fear for the Wolverines.
who should win if both nines play up
to form. They are not overconfident,
however, as Pitcher Forhwein, of the
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Heavy litting
The hitting of the team has been
s'good. Led by First Baseman Bob
Knode the Wolverines have six men
who. are hitting above the coveted
.300 mark. The hits have been mixed
with extra base drives with surpris-
ing regularity. It is pleasing tb note
that the hits have .not gone to waster,
but that they have usually resulted in
runs...
The following are the averages for
the three Conference games:
Player {G AB R II Ave.
Knode .............. 3 14 6 8 .571
Shackleford ........ 3 11 0 5 .454
Uteritz ............. 3 11 7 5 .454
Paper............. 3 12 2 4 .333
Dixon ............. 3 6 2 2 .333
Kipke............. 3 10 1 3 .300
Wim-bes-........... 12 2 3.250
Vick .............. 3 10 1 2 .200
Klein ..............3 10'0 1 .100
These figures seem to indicate that
the Wolverine 'possess one of the
heaviest, if no the heaviest, hitting
nine that any onference pitcher will
face this season. The batting '"of
Knode, with an average of .571, marks
him as the, find of college ball this
year. He will undoubtedly be the
hardest hitter in the Conference
should he continue the work he has
started. It is well to remember that
his swats have been "ne, for the
most part, off Jackson of Illinois and
'Paddocktof0Wisconsin,rated, by crit-
ics, as the best moundsn.en in the
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