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AJKIESS LIES IN HURLING
STAFF WITHOUT 'VETERANS
(Special to The Daily)
adison, Wis., April 27-Michigan,
have to play good ball tomorrow
rnoon in order to keep her slate
n if the B~adgers' performnances in
pre' season gam es count for any-
g. The first Conference. game'
ed by the Cardinal nine this sea-
was taken from the strong Indi-"
squad, 6-2 and all of the smaller
ges playedl in the north have been
mped. Northwestern college,
ed Thursday afternoon was down-
3-0 in a sluggIng fest and the
ity nine proved itself superior
very department of the game. The
showing of the season was made
game with Alabama on the South-
trip in which the Badgers held
rpowerful opponents down to .a
score. The Southern team later
even with Michigan in. a two
e series.
Long Battinig Session
fii~ ng'ratice' has been on the
;ram this week and Coach Low-
has been giving his men four hour
louts every afternoon 'in prepara-
for the. Wolverinie, game tumnor-
Both team:s have won a Con-
ace game and the outcome of the
e today is bound to spoil the chiai-
ship hopes of one of them. The
est is certain to be a hard struggle
,use each nine has, the same weak-
in the pitching staff. Michi-
is conceded to have the better,
h of batsmen.
Rollie' Leads Off
ptain Rollie Williams, former
iron star, plays left field and is
off man, Becker- the centerfieldler
Servatdus, rightfielder, follow-
him in order. Holm, holding downk
first sack, recently was advanced;
ie cleanup position in recognition
is hard hitting during the prac-
sessions and the game with-Indi-
Ellingston, one of the most dle-
able players on the team follows
n to the plate and plays at the
tone sack. Tebel, another grid-
star is an equally good ball play-
a both the defense and the offense
holds down the ho~t corner. Conm-
ier, short stop, bats just before
pitcher, and is the surest fielder
e inner circle.
e Cardinal pitchers are rather un-
Lull as to quality this early in the
on and it has not been decided
will 110 the mound work against
Maize and Blue.
iTen Standings,

'TdayAt Drak1eARNGSbllH
SNAPYWJRKOUT ___
________Cott h Mather Pu'ts Men Through jj
Short Game; Several Likely71
l Candidates
xCONDITION OF S01) HINDERS
{4 : PLAYING OF I'.1FIELD MEN
~~ Coach Mather 's frosh baseball squad j
{a ~went through a peppery workout yes-I k
terday. After a snappy infield cill.- ~~
v . ar*'itwo teams were chosen , anad sent
r a tithrough several fast innings. No 1
score was kept, but several of the men (
showed up fairly well.
-~ ~No Taib on Haulers I,
White and Gerringer, sortrtopa andIi
third, ? base resp3etVely, seeml to be -
t . the best of the, infielders while Doyle,
IFunk, and Speesman show uip as the ;
K :f f ~~best of the outfielders. Cherry At-<;prsnlartedg.onheother '
;, ". " catchers. -Not having wored with th eIt
pitchers as yet, no selection o hurlersf
- has been made by Mather. While noe'
j of the players on this year's . team! i
look as though they- will ever set tbe>}
world on fire, there are. some dice4
consistent performers, though. the
- stars of former years are not iu evi-,
t Tenet. This may be the fault of the
., a playing grounds, however.
ky - Coach Plals, Cut a /
- i-'-:-.-;--.The grounds are in poor condition,y
4~ "' and this undoubtedly slows up the
S performance of the players. In addi- ,
tion to being uneven, the sod is filled
with pebbles, causing the balls, to
take bad bounds. Infielders takex
their lives in their hands when they
I go after a hard hit ball," and unless te oefs hyaelal ohv
an. arm or leg taken off. The first
serious casualty of the season occur-j
' 0j red' Thursday, when Parker, a short-
/ORj stop, was cut just - below the :,eye by
~ ;'~a bad bounding ball. According tol0
Coach ],Mather more than one good
player, has been ruined by the poor~
grounds on which the frosh :are forced,:+a
to play.J+
^ J At present there are about 75 men
-~ ~~ on the squad, but there will be an- f
other cut Monday, and the'squad will, 3'
#, >< be reduced to sixty. Coach M~ather t
kr..will retain about 20 or 25 till theI
close of the season. No, battery men
'j have been cut Yebt, and none will1
.,i probably be let loose until the firp+ . ~
w~eek of May.-
-nia, singles and doubles; mdical,
"class, independent, and church base- - ;'' :r ,-
ball leagues (classes will play regula- r' -
I tion baseball, the others playgroundt
sap. t ball). k-'I
I All fraternities who telephoned their -
"' : # rr ,, ~s" entries into the intramural -depart--w
ment after the dead line had been
C44W ' IIC drawn for the spring sports will,- be _________
IV/L~OA(/O~t4 ) taken, care of next week in the var-
; " Si 1WrZ~eious sports in which they ,wish to par-
,J ticipate.. Thley should watch for a-
'r' tRead Tb
jnouncements.
Duncan
shoe, and baseball during the past Utrah
-week. Errors have occured and have 230h TLnds O
prevented many houses from receiving
proper notice of their matches, and - - h nrmrldprmn ihst
get all of the conflicts straightened
out before next week's program is
started.- ____________ ___
Many of the events onl the Intramur-
al program will be closed to all en- COMINGW Ai

trants after 5 o'clock, this after- "THE
noon. The following events° will bieII
closed at that time : All-campus ten- t:TR ANV R D'

.Western Vaulters
ee C~impetition At Rc,,-lays

I tAnerlean League
De titf ..... .............. 5 130
;?;. Lotsic ................ 2 7 0
i Jllowl, Jolm scn and Woodall;-
1'rucit, Kelp adSevereid.
NeYork.........4 8 1
fl'.sto i .........2 6 4
Shawkcy e;and chang; Fullerton and, '
P il'id1 I;lpia ... ..........l.iG 163
WasinLtontI.......... ...10 1 .2
Kinney, Ronimel and Perkins;~ John-
son, Rusesll, Warmnith and Ruel.,
Twel ve innings.
Clevelandu ................. 8 10 I
Ch'cago..................6 .0 14
1+dv..nr(,, Metevier and O'Neill, My-
! ; Cvrzrcc.,,Leverett and Schalh. ~
4Ati ,.A League
Chic a~o..........1 7 0
Pit.tburg.......... 2 8 1
A l xau<r ,and O '1 arrcel;l; Morrison
and Schmriidt.
llhiiadzelpia ............... 2. 42
Brooklyn.........5 10 1.
Gr re nd 3efLerry; Winter and
Ilenline.
Plost. z .' . . .. . ... . . .10) 11 3
,F1ew 'ork,................ 3 8 3
- Me.arnara and! O'Neill; Mcquillard,
Buas onnard, -Blue and Snyder.
Cininnti-t.Louis, game postponed,
rain.
Sopb Lit Baseball -Mangers -
All sophomore lits whlo wish to try-;
out for the class baseball team should
e-0 'nWilliami T. Reid,. '25, at 558 some-.
time today. -
Ask Report From Cam np Davis Hen-
Civil engrineeringl; students who ex-
pect to leave for Camip Davis on June
S2 have been asked to report the names
Iof all of their instructors toi the. --
1 -rotary's office in the engineerig
school before May 1.
fPatrnize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

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INTIRANUIIAL ?AAGMED
TRYOUTS
Tryouts for Intramural 'man-
,er are asked to report at 3:30
clock, Monday afternoon at
rry field, for to telephone the "
tramural office, 2268, today or
onday. Second semester fresh-I
en or sophomores are especial-
needed.
"TED" MORNER,
Intramural Manager.
inmie" starts work early in the
ing for you and doesn't stop un-
e gets RESULTS. -Adv.
tronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Intramural Items
Today, April 28, is the last; day
on which, fraternity tennis match-
es scheduled .for the first round can
be'played. Any houses failing to play,
if they have been notified, will befidrop-
ped from the tournament.
Yraternities ,will be called .up today
and tomorrow regarding games that
nave not been played in tennis, horse-

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