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ith the best of baseball atmos-
e making the scattering of fans
he stands lie back with barelyI
,gh ambition to dodge the balls
ambled into the stands from time
ime the Wolverine nine went
ugh an easy'practice session yes-
ay afternoon on Ferry field.
ach Ray Fisher decided that af-
he stif workout on Tuesday the
s rated an allotment of rest on
nesday and yesterday and the
tice was accordingly light. Today,
ever, though it is the day before
opening encounter of the Confer-
season, will be a session of more
ordinary pep, according to Fisher.
reas yesterday the hitting end of
game received the greatest stress
will lay a greater emphasis on
essful fielding in this afternoon's
e Varsity mentor yesterday an-
ced the lineup that will face the
keyes in the curtain raising fray.
1 two exceptions the Wolverines
take the field as on the south-
trip. One of these exceptions is
range ,in. position and the other
witness a newcomer to the Maize
Blue diamond ranks.
Uteritz Will Lead
ptain Uteritz will cover the re-
s adjacent to the shortstop post
will, in all probability, be lead-off
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ef, Luca, and Gustot .Benton,
ewich, Cooney and O'Neil.
ARD O1 Int"ramural"Items
One week of the last six that re-
main on the Intramural calendar has
events on the spring program have
man in the batting order to be fol- but few entrants. The entrieshfor
lowed by Harry Kipke whose locale .most all sports will close with ia
will be center field. Batting third will short while and the officials in charge
come George Haggerty, the sophomore are desirous that many more sign up.
star, who has traded positions with The following sports are still opento
Mike Paper, the former takingthird all students All-campus tennis
and the latter second. doubles and singles, All-campus horse-
Shackleford, playing in right field; shoe 'doubles and singles, interclass
will succeed Haggerty to the plate, to leag regulation baeball, independ-
be followed by Bob Knode, veterane nt, faculty, society, and church league
first sacker. At this juncture Fisher r d baseball, All-campus
will introduce a player heretofore track meet.
little known when he will sendh his
new left fielder, Ash, to face Ohio's 14 me he in ed upasom-
twirling. Ash is a star of the first pres for the spring baseball season.
water and Ray is expecting big things When the entire program gets under-
ofI way the Intramural department can
Next in the batting order will be tce this'number, ifteypiare
Paper, followed by Jack Blott, who will competent. Um pres will be paid at
hold down the catching job., Fisher's thebrateo e75 cents for: a playground
choice for pitcher will be the last baseasball game, and $1.25 for a regula-'
batter on the list and this, in all pro- tion baseballgame.
bability, will be Howard Liverance. F
The Varsity mentor has a lot of faith ollowing is the schedule for the
in the tall veteran twirler and he opening rounds of the fraternity, base-
will no doubt have the call over Pat ball leagues:. at 3:30 o'clock, Delta
O'Hara and Eddie Gibson, the otlker Upsilon vs. Lambda Chi Alpha, Her
two men who seem to have a chance mitage vs. Delta Sigma Pi, BetaTheta
to appear. Both, however, will be Pi vs. Delta Alpha Epsilon, Theta Xi
kept in reserve and may get a chance' vs.Theta Chi, Theta Delta Chi vs. Sig
to show their wares against the Buck- ma Phi psilon, Alpha Chi Rhovs.
eyes. If not at that time one of them Acacia. At 5:00 o'clock, Monday, Aprlt
seems a certain starter against the 23, Delta Ch; vs. Kappa Beta Psi, Delta
Aggies on Wednesday at Lansing. Theta Phi vs.. Xi Psi Phi, Delta Kappa-
Osio Is Dark Horse . Epsilon vs. Psi Omega, Delta Sigma
Michigan's batters will be the Wol- Delta vs. Sigma Phi, Alpha Chi,Rho
venue's biggest hope against Ohio, vs..Phi Chi, Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Kap-
known as the dark horse of the Con pa Nu.
ference. If the Maize and Blue slug- The schedules for Tuesday, April
gers can land on the offerings of-the 24, call, for the following games: at
Scarlet and Grey's choice'for. moud 3:30 o'clock, Delta Sigma Phi vs.' Phi
duty, probably Hoge Workman,'with Kappa Sigma, Delta Tau Upsilon vs.
sufficient force, Liverance can be re- Tau Delta Phi, Phi Delta Chi vs.- Chi
lied upon to hold the invaders balk. Psi, Alpha Delta Phi vs. Nu Sigma Nu,
At least, a good game is certain'to be Alpha Rho Chi vs. Alpha Sigma' Phi,
staged as an opener. Phi Alpha' Delta vs. Tau Delta Phi; at
staged as an opener. 5::00 oclock, Alpha Tau Omega vs. Phi
TRACK MNHOLD SPORT SNAP SHOTS
Sy Perkins, the Athletics' great .1922 American league season there
catcher, thinks Clarence Rowland was not a game played in which a
Fwill make an ideal umpire. team was allowed one hit. There were
"Rowlands understands players," several two and three blow contests
Distance R ners Turn in ood ec-said Perkins.' "He knows that they pitched, but one-hit games were ab-
ords Although Handicapped by often have a kick coming and that sent.
Strong Winds they lose their heads in the heat of ' Charlie Robertson, on April 30, 1922,
n an argument. For that reasomi he will shut out Detroit without the Tigers
WILL HOLD TRYOUTS FOR be inclined to be lenient, though any getting a hit or a runner to first base.
DRAKE RELAYS TOMORROW one who knows Rowland knows that
he won't permit any player to run ov- Joie W. Ray, the Illinois A. C. star
er him . He is. game to the core and runner, recently celebrated his twen-
handicapped by a strong wind yester- wil battl just as soon as any one ty-eighth birthday with his family in
day but turned in good records in Clarence is a diplomat, however, and Chicago. The fact that it was .Friday
spite of wind. The half milers espe- it is hardly likely that he will have the 13th made little difference in the
dally looked good when the four best, any trouble. . Ray family circle. As a matter of fact,
Reinke, Hattbndorf, Roesser and "I have caught a number of games the little speed marvel stated that
Cushing ran a quarter against time which he has umpired and his judg- he believed, owing to this coincidence,
and turned in 52 4-5:seconds. - They ment on balls and strikes appears ex- the coming outdoor season would see
finished in a bunch with Reinke lead- cellent. He misses a few, of course, him realize a dream of several years
ing and Roesser coming in a close sec- but then the best of them miscall them -that of breaking the existing rec-
ond. y occasionally. ord in the one mile run. "I have, run
Smith shoVed up exceptionally well "There is no reason why he should thirty-six one mile races under 4:20
in the' high jump when he cleared the not become one of the most success- during my career, and I can see no
bar at 6 feet 1 inch. The takeoff in ful arbiters in the major leagues. reason for delaying my entrance in
this event was still in bad shape and the hall of new record fame any long-
this of course makes his mark still Will there be any one-hit games in er. I shall train faithfully for this
better. MacEllven, although not go-' the big leagues this year? During the attempt at the record of 4:12 3-5 and
ing as high looked good when he feel confident that I can break it,"
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MORE I HAM 50 MEN
Abundance of Materal T; YeWin-In-
sures Formidable First St ring
WILL FACE AGGIFS FN INITIA
MATCH OF SEASON, APfRIL 17
Varsity tennis practice has gotten
away to the most encouraging start
ever seen at Michigan, with more than
50 candidates reporting daily, which
is twice as many as in former yeo45,
and. an abundance of material that is
good enough to insure a formidable
6 first string squad.
Elimination matches are being lilay-
ed every day and because of the
crowded condition of the courts a cut
will be announced Saturday. At pres-
ent the candidates are using 10. clay
courts and the two concrete courts
are in continual use from 1 until 6
o'clock, made possible by the efficiency
of Caretaker Thomas and his assist-
an_+ wi3o1nAe ue m wui'in~ vvn'tiu
icleared 5 feet 10 inches with inches
to spare. Both of these men will'
probably go to the Drake Relays.
Coach Farrell wil run th~e elas
for the two and four mile relays Sat-
urday morning and the trials for the
special events, pole vault, high jump,1
discus, shot, broad jump and javelin.
It is probable that Steve will take one s
manin he olevaut, roa jupCoach Hain Has Wealth of Material
man in the pole vault, broad jump,. rin Which" to Choose Nel
shot, javelin and discus if the tesults om ihox Chose e
of the trials are good enough.
In a trial,220 Martin ,won in a time'
of 22 1-5. with the wind at his back FRESHMEN MAY MEET OHIO
against Wittman, Goldwater, Morgan- FIRST YEAR TEAM ON MAY 9
and Loomis. The race was close with
Wittman placing second only a foot or- Under the guidance of Coach Arch-
two behind the winner. Goldwater ie Hahn, Michigan's freshman track
Isbell, Davis, Bowen and the rest, athletes are practicing at Ferry field
of the milers ran through a half mile every afternoon. The yearling track-
at a good clip, while Hubbard ;and sters are showing talent in the van-
Loomis worked on the hurdles. Brook-! ous events and the coach is confident
en or Prosser did not vault today but that the varsity will show some ne'w
the former worked on 'the javelin, with ae next season.
Van Orden both throwing it around The Michigan cubs and the Wis-
120 feet. Schmidt and Hindes worked consin ducklings are scheduled to
oh the hammer doing only fair work. clash in an outdoor telegraphic meet
Hunter looks good in the discus at May 16. Similar meets are being ar-
this time throwing it around 124 ranged with Ohio State, Illinois and
feet. Aldrich, broad jumper, did not Iowa freshmen. If present plans ma-
use the pit today but worked on the ture the Michigan-Ohio- freshman
cinders most of the time. meet will take place May 9.
Most of the outdoor training thus
nfarhas consisted in becoming familiar
UnirItri 1111MliN 'to the track and running through a
few slow trials mostly for the pur-
pose of helping the men to become
familiar with their paces on the cin,
sai say.t ants who ihave teen woring overunl
to make the courts fit for service.
Eddie Roush has signed to play with j The enormous number of candi-
the Reds. Another holdout act ended dates makes the weeding cut pro~css
for Roush . More undeserved pre-sea extremely difficult but it is imperative
son publicity. It will be a. relief to that the squad be reduced to 20 by
the baseball fans if some arrangement the beginning of next week. Dr. Bolk
is completed between Roush and the and Mr. Seidy are assisting the coach
Cincinnati club whereby this same in watching the men and entering in
old bunk will not be repeated next competition with some. Rapid work
spring. The public in general is in putting the finishing touches on the
tired of this annual stunt. men who wll be picked for the first
string squad willebe in order as the
Three of the Pacific Coast league first match is with the M. A. C. racket
trainers are former pugilists, the ros- men on April 27 at Lansing and prac-
ter reveals. Young Peter Jackson is tice will be held on Saturday morn-
wzth Salt Lake City, Jack Downey is ing and afternoon. Reports from Ohio
with Sacramento, and Bobby Johnson State, whom the Wolverines' meet on
is with Seattle. Managers say that May 30, state that more tha 80 caA-
boxersa make trainers because from
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Jams, King and Stchmidt;
e and O'Farrel.
Entries for the fraternity division
of the Intramural department's spring
athletic program closed yesterday and
was marked with the greatest number
of entrants for each sport that have
ever signified their intention of par-
ticipating in the annual spring activ-
ities, Baseball will open the program
Monday, when 24 fraternity teams will
Managers for the different sports'
have been selected and the schedules
for tennis, baseball, and horseshoe
have been drawn up. The league sys-
ten will be used to narrow down the
number of contenders for the loving
cups in the baseball and horseshoe
tournament, while tennis will be play-
ed in straight eliminations. No con-
solation series will be held in the final
elimination in horseshoe and base-
All of the games in these sports will
be played. on schedule time this year,
as the period between spring vacation,
and the oxaminations has been cut
short two weeks.
In tennis two courts at Ferry field
will be reserved for the fraternity men
when their games are scheduled. Base-,
ball will be run a little differently.
. The Intramural department has a'
number of courts at its disposal but
they will not be assigned to any par-
ticular group. Each fraternity ath-
letic manager should report' to "Bob"
Young, Intramural baseball manager;
on south Ferry field, when their game
is scheduled and he will assign them
a diamond. Courts for horseshoe will
be located between the running track
south of Waterman gymnasium, on
the proposed site for the Women's
League building, and on the lot east
of Waterman gymnasium where thel
nev Medical building is to be erected.I
As in baseball no courts will be as-
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Kappa Tau Phi Rho Sigma vs. Kappa
Sigma, Masona vs. Phi Delta Theta,
Beta Pi Delta vs. Sigma Chii,. Trigon
Vs. Cygnus, Peers vs. Phi Mu Alpha.,
By LACKF PRACTIC
(Special to The Daily)
Columbus, April 19.-With rain ne-
cessitating a cancellation, of two
games, the second one scheduled as.
the Conference opener with Indiana,
the Ohio State baseball team must face
the University of Michigan's diamond
athletes next Saturday at Ann Arbor
with but two practice games played. .
Coach L. W. St. John has been'try-
ing to;arrange several practice tilts
with teams about Columbus for. this
'weelk but to no avail.. Two players
have returned to the field in the past
week and their presence in the Buck-
eye lineup will bolster the team con-
siderably. Captain Ray Fesler was
on the injured list with an infected
foot while Michaels, the big first sack-
er. has removed the scholastic ban
which kept him out of the lineup to
Harry Workman, of football fame,
Al Howell and Russell Miller are the
mainstays of the Buckeye pitching
staff, the latter promising to develope
into a real star, although only a rook-
ie. All three men have worked in the
two games played and are ready to
twirl against the 'Wolverines if call-
The outfield positions are filled by
three stirling performers, Klee. De
I Long, and Slaman. Klee is a batter of
no mean ability while all three are
dependable fly catchers.
With two Matusoff brothers station-
ed at second and first respectively, the
infield looks exceptionally strong this
year. J. Matusoff, third sacker, is lead
off ian and he fills the bill in a de-
cidedly capable manner.
Pittsburgh also put in a claim. Just
now he is slated to alternate with Falk Waring Issued to Ball Players
in left field, but, if he delivers, he is Chief of Police Thomas O'Brien yes-
expected eventually to grab a regular terday issued his annual announce-
berth. He is fast, stealing thirty-three ment prohibiting ball playing on all
bases last year while hitting .359 and streets, lawn extensions, and public
scoring 123 runs. His long suit is the alleys of the city of Ann Arbor. M.
manufacture of doubles. He gathered O'Brien stated that students were the
forty-nine in 1922, also making seven j worst offenders in this regard.
triples and one home run.
If that check didn't come, let "J.in-
mie" sell something for you to tide
personal experience they know what
sort of treatment is required to keep
the body in good physical condition.
The Chicago White Sox are display-
ing a new outfielder in the person of
Elsh, the Sioux City gardner for whom
clidates are out with two veterans -for
Candidates for the All-fresh team
will be called out the middle of next
we.Those who have been on the
campus one semester are eligible
whether in the class of '26 or 'not.
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s and Ainswortit; Couch,'
Abrams and Wingraves.
Coach Mather's Frosh baseball squad
had' a snappy workout yesterday af-
ternoon, as the best baseball weather
handed out this year was in evidence,
and the yearlings made the most of
Despite the fact that the first cut
has been made more than 100 fresh-'
men are still cavorting around Fer-
ry field. Nineteen infielders and out-
fielders have already felt the.axe, and
another cut will probably be made
shortly. The squad has only five
weeks left for practice, and all those
who have not reported yet should
report at once. Practice is held ev-
ery day except Saturdays from 2 to 3
Infielders form the greatest part of
the squad, outnumbering the outfield-
ers three to one. The battery men
also outnumber the fly-chasers.yAc-
cording to Coach Mathe this year's
quadis the largest he has had at
sMichigan; the division of the squad is
also very unusual.
Look over the values in the classi-
Thre Stars In Dash
Feinsinger, White and Moody seem
to be the cream. of the century men if
indoor performances are anything to
judge by but often times a tar indoor
sprinter finds that the century dash
is a little too far and as a result he
experiences a mediocre outdoor sea-
son. Feinsinger, however, was
clocked i 10-1 in high school and
bids to do better than that this sea-
Merriman, Weaver, Presnall and
the above mentioned men will trob-
ably develop into a star 220 yard dash
men as they all seem -o have speed
combined with endurance.
Freyberg, Feinsinger, Rockwell and
Brown are all good quarter milers.
Especially is this true -of the former
who does the 440 in around 54 sec-
Reneke Best In Mile
Fingerle, Groshko, Bishop, Turner
and Bean .are the half milers upon'
whom Archie has his eye focused.
Fingerle was unable to compete in
the indoor meets due to injuries but
has already turned in 2:08-2 for the
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rroba ly .s ptr cent ox
Nicllgai freshmen have
never pin ycd Billia rds lie-
fore coiing.to Ann Arbor.
They say that 90 per cent
of Micigan Men nlay Ri-.
IlarIs ot an d off during
their college course, most
of them at-
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