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been done and Coach Lowman's men 1
could not overtake their rivals. Wis-
consin's defeat practically eliminated
them as a championship contender for earns iur rn
j l TMichigan would have to lose three 7Y
rmoregames while Illinois and Purdue jn nreeYe s
were both 'losing' two more even
- though the Badgers should complete
CONFERENCE STANDING their season without a defeat to give It is natural for a spectator at an
W L Pct. the Cardinal a chance for the top athletic contest to suppose that any
Michigan .,... ...:...........4 1 .800 honors. unusually clever performer has been
Purdue ...... ....... 4 1 .800
Illinois.................5 2 .714 playing his game since he was big
Wisconsin:. .... .......4 3 .571 HT.ITE5 enough to walk and that his skill is
Minnesota. .... . ..... 2 2 .500 nothing more than the result of long
qhio State............ 2 3 .400 TfOPNr EETr IfllflW experience. Such a supposition has
Corthwestern....... ... 5 .286 no doubt been made many a time dur-
Chicago..................1 4 .200 ing the past two years about Milton
PROS.P....V..E.NTRANTS ASKED Dixon, Michigan hurling ace and one
PROSPECTIVE ENTRANTS ASKED of the three most effective boxmen in
(Continued-from Page One) TO SIGN SHEET IN INTRA- the Big Ten, and most fans will be
In all probability the coach will MURAL OFFICE surprised to know that the big Wol-
start Stryker against M. A. C. today as verine's pitching experience does not
he wants to save his first string date back more than three years.
moundsmen for' the hardest road trip . Final arrangements for the prelim- Started Three Years Ago
of the season which comes this week- inary events in the outdoor interclass During his time in high school in
end. Coach Fisher id putting'the men
through a riorous drill thisweek in track meet have been made by the of- Sault Ste. Marie, Dick took no part in
preparation foruthis trip which tn- ficials of the Intramural department. ltics and did not even consider
cludes games with Illinois, Iowa and The events will be held at 3:30 o'clock
two with Minnesota. Illinois will be Monday afternoon on Ferry field. .ona ywa Mdy
met on Saturday, Iowa on Monday and This meet will be the last event of
" Minnesota next Tuesday and Wednes-
day. the year so a large number of entries
Iflini Anxious are expected by the officials. All men=
Today's! game will give the Varsity on the campus are eligibile to compete.
another real workout and keep the except those who have made the Var-
men going so that with practice on sity squad of freshmen who will have
Thursday they will start 'on the trip won their numerals in the Illinois
ready to open up against the Illini in telegraphic meet Saturday. With the
top form. If the Wolverines can come records that were made in the indoor
through on Saturday it will mean the meet, good time in most of the events
elimination of one more contender for is a certainty.
the Conference championship as the There will be an entry sheet posted
Suckers have already lost two games in the intramural office in the Press
and by losing a third will be too far building where all men who expect to
behind to overcome the leaders. The to enter the meet will be able to sign
Illinois men took over Wisconsin last tpnwrtheametatillfte bl tsin
week and are anxious for their sec- up with a notation of the events in
ond contest with Michigan as they which they expect to take part. The
want to make up for the defeat they list will include the 100 and 220 yard
suffered earlier in the season here. dashes, 120 yard high hurdles, 220
They have a chance yet to come yard low hurdles, 440, 880, the mile,
through if they defeat Michigan as the pole vault, discus, hammer throw,
they are the only teain whilch can and the shot put events. On Monday
give Purdue a run for the money. The afternoon, preliminaries will be held
Boilermakers have a comparativ'ely 4in the firsat *five ,events mientioned
easy schedule with only the, Illini as a above.
strong opponent and upon this team The regular intramural award will
falls 'the task of elimination, be given to the men who score five
Michigan should have little trouble points, providing they already have
in disposing of the Hawkeyes next won track shirts, while all others
Monday unless the Iowa nine develops garnering at least three points will be
more strength than they showed here given track shirts. Scoring will be on
week before . last. Minnesota - also the basis of five points for first place,
should offer little opposition as their three for second, two for thrid, and A
team has shown few signs of ability one for fourth.
so far, owing to their late start of the __
game in the spring. SALE OF LOTS
Wisconsin Receives Setback Today is the last day of sale at or-
Iowa caused the-second upset of the iginal prices of lots in Calkins' Pack-
Conference diamond race Monday aft- ard Street Subdivision, opened last
ernoon by winning from ,the flying Saturday. Select your's before 10
Wisconsin nine by the score of 8 to 6. o'clock tonight, and save money on a MILTON DIXON, ONE OF THE MAIN-
The Iowans had: big inning in the well restricted 60 foot lot. Shade stays in the pitching staff of the
second frame and counted five times trees, gravel streets, sidewalks and Maize and Blue.
before the bewildered Badgers could storm sewer included in price. Phone
check them. After the fatal second 2849-M for information. A. A. Home
round Wisconsin settled down and Builders' Association. 408 First Na
played baseball, but the damage had tional Bank Building.-Adv.
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turning out for the baseball team. He these two stars' Liverance and Schulta
came to the University in the fall of were coming up from the 1920 all-
1917, but even by' the following fresh and had already made a name
spring had not discovered that he for themselves. But Dixon went on
possessed any unusual baseball skill quietly learning all there was tb be
and did not report for 'the all-fresh gained and improving with every daily
nine. Thus up until three years ago workout. When Parks was subse-
Dick's experience had been limited to quently declared ineligible for inter-
the usual sand lot variety of base- collegiate competition and- Ruzicka
ball, common to every small boy, and failed to round into shape the tall re-
very little of that. crut stepped into the breach and ear-
It was during the summer of 1919 ied Fisher's nine to within half a
that Dixon began to dabble in base- game of the Big Ten champ'onship.
ball to any extent and then he was 4 Raving Great Year
no more than second string pitcher This year the. confidence gained inis
on a weak amateur team playing about one campaign has stood Dixon in good
one game a week. He had but lit- stead and he has already pitched some
tle to offer as a pitcher and, by his brilliant games. He combines a good
own admission, seemed to see a smile fast one with ,perfect control, when
of satisfaction spread over the faces he is right, and good Judgment to a
of the assembled opposition every degree where the Illinois batsmen de-
time he mounted the hill. Little indi- Blared after the game here a few
cation as yet that a Varsity star was weeks ago that he wa the hardest
in the making. man they had been calld upon to face.
Slim Chance for Varsity There has only been one man in
When Dick reported for the Varsity the history of baseball who has at-
last spring the chance for him to tamned to any professional prominence
smake the team was about . In 50. with a. late start in the game. Jack
Slicker Parks, probably the greatest Coombs, who was with the Athletcs
pitcher who ever wore the Mai e and some years ago did not start to play1
Blue, was back again to lead the team ball until he. was £ sophomore In col-
and with him was Big Ed Ruzicka, lege, but when be did start he rosa
who led the Conferenec pitchers dur- to the top of his profession. So let It
ing the 1918 season. In addition to be with Dixon.
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Deng and Gelinski are
come to the intramural o
purpose of checking up s
independent league.
Phi Chi meets Sigma P
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5:15 o'clock, Thursday. '7
tween the winner and Ac
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