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Practices of Squad at Present Tint
Are Encouraging to Coach
Ray Fisher
SEVERAL MORE MEMBERS
TO JOIN TEAM MONDAY
Coach Fher's Wolverine diamond
men continued their work yesterday
afternoon in Waterman gyninasiun
along the usual lines of practice hand-
ed out by the mentor in the huge cage
and are showing considerable im-
provement as the season advances.;
New candidates report daily and
the presence of some good infielding
prospects is a source of encourage-
ment to the ball hounds. The infield
hole occasioned by the loss of Shorty
Wimbles will be readily filled by one
of a half dozen men who stand out
from the rest of 'the infielders. Wheth
or or not Captain Uteritz will remain
at shortstop or be, transferred to sec-
ond base depends on the playing abil-
ity of the new infielders.
Pitchers May"-Develop
Although the moundsmen have real-
ly not had a chance to display their
v ares to the best advantage, the
pitching situation has lost some of
tir gloom. Benson, of last year's
freshman team, has reported and
seems to be hitting his stride with
case. What the coach needs now is
relief pitchers. He has been work-
ing some on Jack Blott, having the
husky blond devote half of his time
to pitching and the other half to
catching, apd says that Blott, if need-
ed, will probably be able to step 'in
and pitch one or two innings of good
ball. This is all the coach expects
of him for it is too much to think
that a catcher can be made into a
hitcher in one month. Most of the
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grits per 'ord p r 4ay I elarged
aI #s pew ag~ta isa. C asuid|, th
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NOTICE
The following Box Replies are at the
Ddily Office: LEB, CS, KD, FMM,
OW, ECP, RHB, 18, LCS, CAF, CBS.'
FOR REiT
VERY DESIRABLE SUITE-Second
foor. front, nicely furnished. Well
located, also want roommate in one
suite. 618 PACKARD NEAR STATE.
FOR RENT- Steam heated suite or-
room two blocks from cam-pus.
Cheap. 502 East Liberty. Call 870-.
M. 94-21
SUITE, with hot and cold water, for
ladies, single beds; less than block
from campus. 209 S. Ingalls. Phone
849-R. 108
FOER REND~r -Comfortable room for
two. Five minutes from campus.
Very reasonable.' 409-J. 523 MACK
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decorated. All moderntconvenienc-
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M after 6 P. M. 108-2
FOR RENT-First floor suite. Laun-
dry in basement. One block from
campus. 1317-R. 203 S. Thayer.
108-2

ity and the way a man handles him-Ij ,
selfaon a hard floor may be different Every Big League
than he would on the natural dia- T a n F r
mond. ining or
IORK P O R[ESS MWith the departure from Chicagogar
CH G A Soday night of Kid Gleason's White pe
e hurlers from last year's squad have Sox every on f the big league teams GI
already reported. rs squdORDSehas a band of 4iamond artists in train- tw
I ing for the pennant battle of 1923. ou
The catching, if Biott takes to the Although nearly two months from ye
hurling end of the game, will find the start of the race at least 10 of the ni
fairly suitable handlers in Slaughter From 1890 to 1900 Michigan played 16 managers are certain of victory in
and Swanson. These two bckstops Football with Purdue. fortheir teams. Both of the New York ga
with Blott, forr4 a group of catchers -svnfobl games wt ude
th Bld fit a Conf cthers winning five. The total scores .in outfits are determined and confident ta
that would fit any Conference team. this period are Michigan 153, Pur- that they are going to keep the series se
Varsity ha cln p er and due 58. The two schools have not in Gotham and at the same time De- th
Varsity squad in previous years and met in football since that date. troit, St. Louis, and Philadelphia in da
has had considerable experience be - 'the American league and Pittsburg, to
' hind the bat. Slaughter although r One of the closest games that Mich Cincinnati, and-Chicago in the Nation- l
; sophomore, comes with prep school gahse played basketball was al circuit are being given serious con- the
experience looks like good bet. innesota in the 199-120sea-sideration .by McGraw and Huggins. de
Several Fair Outfielders w s n eso i 1 2GrawFearsittsburgst
- Doug Roby's ineligibility at first o The score was Michigan21McGraw, veteran leader of the th
thewa creinoFihe' cmpb t iesota 20. - M~avtrn lae ftet
threw a scare into Fisher's camp but Giants, seems to fear the Pirates above ke
not for long. Ad Klein is already on ghad one football game all others at present, while Huggins Jo
the job and Kipka is expected to re- Michigan has Un syofootbaka..is keeping his eye on Ty Cobb's Tigers m
Ii±t the University of South IDakota.
port in a few days as the-basketball n T one of the r as the most dangerous contender to se
season draws to a close Saturday games of the year fr Wolverin be overcome in the American league D
night. Ash is another fielder t w aho only wn by a score ofv-re flag race. Both the Pirates and the
pears to have some good points. we Tigers have been leading jinxes
is a fairly consistent hitter and a clev- -around for the last few seasons and
er fielder. It looks as though the *I}either or both are liable to spill the wi
outfield will rank better this year than L Vhopes of the present pennant holders. no
last although it is hard to tell- how Pittsburg under the leadership of Bill al
the batting will be. The pitchers are flVHD McKechnie who took the reigns in the tio
not permitted to throw anything but midst of last season's race and brought be
straight balls and it will be at least the team up towards the top in the
10 days before they will start curving a Joxing mentor sent last month of the season, will be coin- Lc
-Coach Sullian, boig etrsn posed entirely of veterans, every one if i
them. a few of his proteges through a hard yoho nise a hard hittesandaeure -
A few of the veterans are still on and fast workout yesterday afternoon defensive player.
the absentee list but with the end of in Waterman gymnasiun bfore a Detroit is regarded as one of the
'the basketball season the coach ex- group of interested boxing fans. strongest aggregations in either lea-
pects to see the squad completed. Pa-I Rope skipping, muscle building cal- gue at the start of the coing sea-
er is doped to hold down. thirdbaseisthenics, and throwing the medicie son. With the addition of Del Pratt
again this year, but competition in the ball formeh the preliminary part of and "Rip" Collins to the bunch of old-
infield is fairly keen and little can be. the afternoon's program. Housel. timers already gathered together by -
'said. So far no first sackers .have Yott, Wolinitz, and Mckechnie handled Cobb, the Bengals will have nine men
appeared whp can rank with Bob- the medicine ball with the ability of who hit over the .300 mark last year
Knode who is recovering from Ilness veterans and were able to withstand in addition to having one of the aurest
and has not reported yet. Of course I its hard knocks wit* consistent suc- set of infielders that could be brought
indoor practice does not give a good cess. After this program Sullivan had together. Cobb, Heilman and Veach,
idea of either fielding or hitting abil- the men perform with the gloves. three of the greatest hitters and field-
Wolinitz and Mckechnie put on the ers that baseball has known willfeegp
leathers for the first go and went the garden. If the Yanks can get by
through three fast rounds of sparring. the Tigers almost any other team in
TiS Wolinitz packs a dangerous right and Ithe league will be easy for them.
I :E, COLUMN ecrosesd it effectively to Mckechnie's Next in consideration to Detroit in
r 'ES face; while the latter took the defen- the American, and Pittsburg in thde
sive for the most part and did the National league, as title contenders,
TI ING AT 3 P.M. main part of his work by. sending Cincinnuti and St. Louis are bound to
lows to Wolinitz's 'stomach. The make things interesting for the other
fans were pleased with the exhibition. outfits,. Both of these teams are in
Mckenchnie is in the prime of con- absolute contrast to the two New
J ,gI dition and, having .finished his go York teams, Detroit and Pittsbuhg,
word af lay d is adva .. Mn- with his opponent of the coming box- fin that both are in for some
miamum t eaft", 20. Three ing contest, took on Miller for two rebuilding before the season opens
White space charged fur at rate more fast rounds. Miller hails from and it is not unlikely that quite
argod nIy to th having phonds. tDartmouth where he was a leader in a few promising looking recruits will
, W4lk eoUtrct, Pa1d in ds Ithe boxing circles of that school. Me- find places with them. Cincinnati is
kechnie opened up toward the last an going to have a bunch of young in-
fielders who have created sensations
showered .the leathers on Miller's in the minors and in their preliminary
LOST -,1ulaq iao ail ' 1 1,s aoe pun poq workouts, in addition to a brilliant
forced-to take cover -after the first few tching staff. If all goes well dun
LOST9-=Either in Medical i iter l. F. Ianera '2,I1picngsa.Iflloswlldig
TEe icApft'ette W. 1Iaxselman, ' ' l spring training the Reds should cause1
in hospital or between there and pasdcIa pur lspuooas considerable disturbance.
:edical bu-ilding,-pair dark rimmed Wendell F. Hanselman, '23, is ill ( Browns Are Weaker ,
glasses. Finder please call 2835-M,. in the hospital. with scarlet fever. HRq St. Louis, though considered for-.
924 E. Ann. 108 has been quarantined for 28 days.- I midable enough is not the team that it
' - was last year when it finished one-

Team Now \
Coming Season
me behind the Yanks in the hottest
nnant race of recent years and
leason's White Sox with a set of
virlers who are expected to make
it even better than they did last
ar may finish ahead of them. Con
e Mack's Athletics after -being down
the cellar for a long time may
ain by the rejuvenati'on which has
ken place since the close of last
ason, and get up nearer the top al-
ough they are not counted on as
rngerous before they have a chance
display their wares.
Huggins, although seeming to fear
e Tigers quite a bit, nevertheless is
'pending upon his veteran pitching
aff , and Babe Ruth to pull through
e season successfully. Bob Shaw-
By, Joe Bush, Carl Mays, and Sam
nes are as dependable a set of
ound artists as anyone team pos-
sses and if any battery can hold the
etroit club swingers Huggin's should.
Hop Committee to Meet Sunday
Members of the J-Hop committeq
ill meet at 4 o'clock Sunday after-
on in room 302 of the Union. Fin-
settlement of all bils and obliga-
ns incurred by the committee will
arranged for at this time.
st Something? Let a "Daily" ',as-
ed ad find it for you,-Adv.
STEWARDS and'
HOUSE MANAGERS

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The great thing is-you get so
tmuch for so little when you--
DrinkR
Deiius gind Refreshing

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members why not start a charge
account with the -
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PHONE 165
Try Our Business Men's Lunch
11:30-2:00 - . - 0
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SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNED
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11:30 -4:00
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LOST-Grey Steinbloch overcoat orI
4th. floor, Chemistry - Building, be-
tween 10 and 11 Wednesday. Re-
ward offered. Phone Black, 1363-J.
108-2
LOST-Feb. 13 in Hill auditorium.
Nose 'glasses in case, stamped Ed-
gert-Reber Optical Co. Finder
please call 548-J. 107-3
LOST-Silber Eversharp pencil, en-
graved on side S. L. B. Finder
please call 147-J. 108-2
LOST--Rider fountain pen, stamped
B. E. Laidlaw. Call 1010-M. Re-
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University, good 7
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barn. Plenty fruit
W. HERRIT, Sout
Arbor, Mich.
FOR SALE-Patron
pon, 7-D-1. Must
March 3. Call 11
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east end Dorset R
Many small trees
SHURZ, 703-R.
BUSINESS OPH

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farm 1 mile from
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t. Inquire JOHN
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107-b
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89-M, or 324 S.
5 p. m. 108
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toad. - High land.
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private home. Gentlemen prefer-
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107-3
FOR RENT-Front room for girls. Lo-
cation convenient to Campus and,
Ferry Field. Phone 1255-M. 106-3
FOR RENT-Desirable suite on Mon-1
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108-2
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HAVE YOU tried the specials at the I
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YOUNG LADY OR MAN. Nice ap-
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WANTED-JTheses, motes, etd., iy e-
pert typist. Reasonable pates,-n4
prompt service. Cal 97 pg 447-Ri
Ypsilanti, Miss Oberlin, 108-3
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B. N. J. 108
WANTED-Cameraplate-film com-
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- 108-3
WANTED-2 students to share room.'
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FURNITURE
DO YOU KNOW we have the most
completely equipped plant in thq
country for the Repairing, Refinish-I
Ing. and Upholstering of furniture?

DOWNTOWN

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5. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, May

L WEDNESDAY EVENING, May 16
MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAM
)hrniaujlnoG igli, Tenor, soloist.
The Chicago Sr npnonny Orchestra
The University Choral Union
Frederick Stock and Earl V. Moore, Conduptors
2. THURSDAY EVENING, May 17
HOLST EVENING
"MAelle Addison Contralto, ant
Erna Rubenstein, Violinist; soloists.
The Chicago Syniphony -rchestra
The University Choral Union
Gustav Molst, Frederick Stock, a ld a V. Hom
ductors.
3. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, May 18

CHILDREN'S CONORT
Suzanne Keener, Soprano, and
Arthur raft, Tenor, soloists.
Chorus of School Children
George Oscar Bowen, Conductor
4. FRIDAY EVENING, May 18
ARTIST PROGRAM
Florehe MacBeth, Soprano, and,
GThseppe Danise, Baritone.
The Chicago Synphony Orchestra
Frederlek Stock, Conductor

HAVE YOU EVER DONE ANY SELL-
ING? Why not give it a try Spring
vacation and, if satisfactory, make
arrangements for summer work?
Last year I had thirty-seven men
from Ann Arbor, averaging forty
dollars for one week's work. Come
up and look over their reports and
investigate our proposition. H. J3
Leader. phone 3221-J. 622 E. Liber-
ty, across from Spedding's Studio.
106-21

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MISCELLANEOUS
RUGS SHAMPOOED or dust cleaned.
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
76-21
FIRST CLASS LAUNDERING-hand-
work. Guaranteed service. Silk
shirts a-.specialty. Hing Lee's 121
E. Ann. 105-6i
$1.25 PER LOAD. Ashes and rubbish
hauled. Call 569-J. 104-6!
SHOE EACTORY
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY. -Bring your repairs where
shoes are made. Crepe soles at-
tached to your shoes. $2.75. Bring
them in today. Made-to-measureF
orders-one week service. Satis-
faction guaranteed or money re-

B OYS! They're coming
- oar way. Some-
thing new again-:
GIll etteBlades
While they last C
All new stock', per Dozen
Gillete Razor f e
Sets withblades 9lV each
won 't forget wse carry-all kinds"
of Tobaccos at CUT RATE

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SYMPHONY PROGRAM
Ernest Schelling, Pianist
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The University Choral Union
Frederick Stock, Conductor
6. SATURDAY EVENING, May.19
SAMSON AND DELILAH SAINT-SAENS
Jeanne Gordon, Contralto
Charles %arshall, Tehor
Clarence Whitehill, Baritone
Henri Scott, Bass-Baritone
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The University Choral- Union
Frederick Stock, Conductor
TIC K ETS
Course tickets may be ordered by mail. The orders will b
in the order of receipt and tickets will be mailed out' about Apr
odrinary mail at purchasers' risk unless accomnphnied by 1(
additional for registration.
BLOCK "A". Remaining seats in the three center secti
the Main Floor, and in the first-ten rows of the first balcony, $.0
BLOCK "B". Remaining seats in the two side -ections
Main Floor, and in the last five rows of the Firt' Balcony, $8.0
BLOCK "C".cRemaining seats' in the Second Balcony
(8 rows). $5.50 each.
BLOCK "D". Remaining seats in the Second Balcony Rea
each.
IMPORTANT. If Festival Coupons from Choral Union Ti(
returned deduct $3.00 from price given above.

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