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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MARCHS , 1924

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BASEBALL SQUAD aI
HAS LI6HT DRILL
The match which handball follow-
ers have been looking forward to for
Union Fair Keeps Fisher's iae from jthe whole season will be played when
CustomaryBatnPrc
tie g Scarnechia, joint holder of the doub-
y les title, will meet Reilly at 2:30
o'clock, today, for the championship
HARRY KIPRE TO REPORT FOR of the singles division of the all-cam-
PRACTICE EARLY NEXT WEEK pus handball tournament.
Both men are evenly matched and
Kept from their regular workout have been preparing for the match
by the activities of the participants in for the past week on the handball
the Union Fair, Coach Fisher's Varsity courts at Waterman gymnasium. A
baseball candidates were forced to handsome silver loving cup will be
content themselves with a short drill awarded to the winner by the Intra-
yesterday afternoon. mural department.
The diamond squad will renew ac-
tivity Monday, when the usual routine Playing almost invincible ball, group
of batting practice will be resumed. 7 of the freshman sectional group bas-
Atsleast two men from Coach Mather's ketball teams, defeated group 4 for the
basketball team will report early in the championship, Thursday night at Wat-
week, as the Varsity five winds up its erman gymnasium.
season tonight at Urbana. Harry There were no individual stars on
KIpke, who has won his letter as an either team, which made the contest
outfielder in the last two campaigns, more interesting than usual. The
and Roy Deng, who also cavorts in the members of the winning team will re-
pasture will be added to Fisher's rost- ceive suitable awards from the Intra-
er when the court card has been com- mural departent for their prowess.
pleted. -
Outfielders Abundant Entries are being received daily for
Kipke will have a considerable num- the all-campus track meet, fraternity
her of aspirants for positions on eith- relays, freshmen sectional group re-
er side of him when the team lines up lays, class bowling tournament and
for action. Harry is a fixture at cent- the all-campus wrestling tournament.
'er field, his great work of the past two
years having established him as one Basketball games of much import-
of the best gardeners in Michigan an- Bnetbal andngs ofch m -
nahi. The men who have been out Iance to the final standings of some
aC pasture stations are Coleman, of the leagues will be played Monday
for theastrestDoyseae Colean' night. The schedule, together with the
achman, Steger, Doyle, and Sheehan. first round schedules of the all-cam-
Another name was added to the list s
yesterday when "Red" Miller, Varsity pus bowling sigles and the fraternity
fullback, signed up. wrestling tournament will appear in
Coleman 'is a product of the second tomorrows Daiy. The first rounds
string of last year's championship
team, and has the makings of a clever Following is the standings of the
performer. Bachman is also making two leagues in the society basketball
a favorable impression. Although a tournament
short man, "Bachie" shows all the ear- League 1 Won Lost
marks f a ball player. Frsrcu
P t bhing Bothers Coach o Forestryclub............3 0
The pitching problem continues to eavders club...........2 0
worry Fisher. Few of the hurlersN Camp Davis club.........1 1
have cut loose so there may be.a few camp avisciet....... 4
Mien who have not shown to advantage League 2 Won Lost
as yet but who are fingers of parts. Dental society.............3 0
Stryker is looked upon as one of the Dukes.................'2 1
nost likly of the older men. 'He ha Palonia Literary club ........1 2
a world of "stuff," but is having a lit- Craftsmen club ............0 3
tle trouble with control. Torrey and -
Benson ire both shootin'ga few fast Phi Sigma Delta displayed good
ongs and hooks over the platter when form in the finals of the fraternity
their arms ieel right. Shoesmith is foul shooting tournament and increas.-
also experiencing trouble in keeping ed their total of successful shots to
his offerings in the proper territory. 74, nosig. out Beta Theta P for the
Five Sophs Look Good championship. Sigma Alpha Mu was
'Thereare five sophomore hurlers on a close .third.
the roster who may be able to win Points earned in this event toward
somegames when the season opens. the fraternity cup will'be awarded and
They are Walters, Gillingham, Jablo- announced within the next few days.
nowskl, "Reinert, and Hildebrana. -
Watlers is a new arrival, and is tak- In order to relieve congestion dur-
ing things easy until his wing is jn ing the week ,and to give the men
ape.He has an underhand deliverysome time to work out the dates of
the all-campus track meet have been
which should be most effective againstchanged from Mar. 11 and 13 to Mar.
Michigan's opponents if he can learn8hanedf 20..
to control his shoots.1
Many houses have already enter-
"Toronto, March 7.-Because of the ed for the' Interfraterniity relays, the
ontinual removal of books from Hart trials of which will be held on Tues-
mouse library, it will be closed until day, Mar. 11, instead of Monday, Mar.
further notice. 10, as previously announced. M

MATMEN TO ENTER
CONFERENCE MEET
Rose, 114 Pound Star, and Doty, 1,15
Pounder, Probable Candidates
For Title Affair
COACH PREPARES YEARLING
WRESTLERS FOR NEXT YEAR
With the regular season now a thing
of the past for the squad as a whole,
Coach Barker, Varsity wrestling men-
tor, is grooming several men for the
Conference championships which are
to take place March 15 at Chicago.
Besides the men now training for
the title matches at Chicago, Barker
has under his wing a number of fresh-
men who give promise of developing
into possible Varsity material for
next year. A meet is being arranged
for the Freshman class and several of
the yearlings are in training now for
their respective bouts. In hopes of
bringing to the fore available men for
his squad, Barker has undertaken to
"teach Freshmen the fundamentals of
the sport and he has already discover-
ed several men whom he expects will
put in a strong bid for berths on next
year's Varsity grappling team.
In all probability Rose and Doty
will represent Michigan on the mat
at Chicago. Rose is considered one
of the best 145 pounders in the Con-
ference and he has shown his worth
throughout the season by spilling most
of his opponents with comparative
ease.
Doty will be entered in the 115
pound class and he is looked upon to
furnish lively 'opposition for his op-
ponent. He won Michigan's first
match of the year by pinning his man
in 45 seconds but since his shift to
the 125 pound class he has worked un-
der a weight disadvantage that has
been detrimental to his chances for
success.
Killefer Expects
Blake To Be Star
Bill Killefer, smiling manager of
the Chicago Cublets, believes that Mr.
John Blake, who lost 20 games and
won but 13 for the Seattle Pacific
Coast league club last season, will be
a winning pitcher for the Cubs. That's
a hunch Bill has and he says he'll
stick to it.
Bill's brother Wade recommended
Blake despite his apparently poor
showing. Wade opined that the
youngster had more stuff than any
new pitcher that had bobbed up in
recent years. His indifference alone
kept him from' showirig that stuff.

Hary Kipke Will jEE Big League Teams Intent On
OPla CortnalGameTonight IILOPHELV IUNS Tripping Up New York Clubs

ULIIUUII UUf 1 IU11IHI
'1Will Meet Northwe,,tern at Evanston
Tonight and Illinois at
Irbana Monday
MtAROON AND GOLD BOASTS OF
EXCEPTIONAL SCORING TRIO
. Special to The Daily
Minneapolis, Minn., March 7.-Only
two more games remain on the Min-
nesota basketball schedule before the
close of the 1924 season. The Goph-
ers will take on Northwestern at
Evanston tonight and will then en-
train for Urbana where they will clash,
# with Coach Ruby's Illini five in the
final game on the schedule, Monday
night.
Dr. Cooke, veteran Gopher coach is
not letting up on practice, for North-
;K western, in view of the fact that the
Illinois cagers had to go three over-
time periods before they could tame
the uprising cellar champions at
Evanston, Wednesday night.
Gophers Downed' Illinois 36-20
In an early season engagement at
Minneapolis, the Maroon and Gold
triumphed over the Orange and Blue
Harry G.Ri pke;by a 36 to 20 score but the Indians
have improved considerably.
Harry Kipke, Michigan's stellar Dr. Cooke is in hopes of hanging
guard will play his last basketball up these two remaining games in the
game for Michigan when the Wolver- hall of victory and finish the season
ines stack up against the Illinois five with a final rating of .500. At the
at Urbana tonight. Kipke's knee will j present the Northerners have won
not keep him out of the game at the four and lost six games.
start but it is doubtful if he will stay Of the four game series played whileS
in the entire length of the game. on the road, the Cookemen lost one tof
Indiana decisively, two were lost by
the narrow margin of three points
VHIP W I Swhile the game with Purdue at Lafay-
; ette had to go overtime before the
Boilermakers could seep through
with victory. Two of the top-notchers
U'in the Big Ten running, namely Michi-,
D gan and Ohio State were downed when
Chicago, May 7.-The Western Con- they met the Gophers at Minneapolis.
ference basket ball championship will .Boast Individual Soirs
go to Wisconsin, Chicago or Illinois. ing the past season has seen three
Purdue was eliminated from title con- Minnesota stars up in the running.
sideration last night by Chicago, 351 Ray Ecklund, and Black Rasey, for-t
to 21. wards and Cy Pesek, center are the
Chicago, whose hopes are brightest, trio which comprise one of the strong-
meets Wisconsin in the final game of est scoring machines in the west. In
dWis- the game with Ohio State here Satur-
e 'season at son, Marc day, Captain Olson of Minnesota kept
consin also has two games with Iowa. "Cookie" Cunningham, rangy center
Illinois' chances are slim, dependingj of the Buckeyes scoreless from the
on its own successes and Chicago and field.
Wisconsin losses. Nine men will make the last bas-
As the result of last night's game ketball trip of the year. Regulars
Chicago and Wisconsin remain in first who will start in both games are as
and second positions respectively, follows: Eklund and Rasey, forwards,
ps siptions respetively.Pesek, center, and Captain Olson and
Purdue is in a triple tie with Ohio I Dunder guards.-

In a determined effort to stop the
flow of baseball championships toward
New York, which has had a monopolyI
of National and American League pen-
nants for the last three years, major'
league managers have begun preparing
their teams for the 1924 campaign.
The training season will be of un-i
usual interest to the fans because ofi
the determination of John McGraw
and Miller Huggins to get their ma-
chines in order to set records of four
consecutive championships in their re-!
spective leagues and an equal determ-
ination on the part of their opponents
to break the string of New York
championships.
Manager McGraw has taken his
charges to Sarasota, Fla., a new train-:
ing camp, where his principal task,
will be to reconstruct his shattered
pitching staff. The National Leaguej
champions expect the stiffest opposi-
tion from Cincinnati and Pittsburgh,
with possible trouble from the St.
Louis Cardinals. Pat Moran, manager
of the Reds, has the advantage of
starting the training season with what,
is generally regarded as the best pitch-
ing staff in the National League. He
hopes to strengthen the weak spots
of his outfit and with this accomp-
lished the Reds would appear to have
the best chance to succeed the Giants.
The Pirates, however, must be figured
at all times as dangerous contenders.
The New York Yankees start their
training season with the championship
lineup of 1923 intact. In addition to
boiling away the excess poundage of
his players, Manager Huggins will en-
deavor to rid them of excess confidence
gained by reason of their victory over
the Giants in the 1923 world series. In
an early survey of the American
League teams Tris Speaker's Indiansi
and Ty Cobb's Tigers appear as thel
most formidable rivals of the Yankees.
There is much speculation gas to what
the Athletics will do in the coming
Natator Better
World's Record
New world's records were hung up
by Illinois Athletic Club swimmers
Thursday night. Bob Skelton bettered
the 200 meter breast stroke record ofJ
John Faicy by 3 3-4 seconds, doing
i the distance in 2:51 4-5. He also
knocked three seconds off his own rec-
ord of 2:55 2-5 for the 220-yard breast
stroke event. Sybil Bauer lowered
her record for the 50-yard and 220-
yard breast strokes, doing them in 33
seconds and 3 minutes respectively.
The old times were 34 4-5 seconds and
3 minutes 4-5 seconds. Johnny Weiss-.
muller lopped 1 1-5 seconds from his,
record for the 300-meter free style
event, which he negotiated in 3:34.
Faricy lowered the time for the 100-
meter breast stroke event by 2 1-5
seconds, going the distance in 1-17.

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campaign. They set a speedy pace for
a time last season, but cracked under
the strain of the vigorous campaign,
injuries and unlucky breaks. Connie
Mack has opened up his purse this
winter and has obtained several play-
ers which will make his team one that
will bear watching. The Philadelphia
Nationals appear doomed for second
division depths again.
Both jChicago teams have been
strengthened for the -1924 race, and
while several changes have been made
on the two Boston clubs they remain
as unknown quantities. Washington
will enter the race under a new man-
ager, Stanley Harris, the brilliant,
young second baseman, having been
named to lead the team. Wilbert Rob-
inson, manager of the B'rooklyn Dodg-
ers, expects to work a big improve-
ment in his team.
Chzest Joie Set
or Busy Evening
Joie Bay, the Illinois A. C. star run-
ner, has laid out an unusual program
for himself tonight, having arranged
to compete in track meets both in this
city and New York. Ray will start in
the special one-mile race in the post-
office clerks' games in New York at
' 5 o'clock and will take the 9 o'clock
train for Philadelphia, arriving two
hours later. At 11:15 he will meet
Ray Watson, his teammate; Schuyler
Enck, Pennsylvania State College;
Lloyd Hahn, Boston A. A., and James
Connelly, Newark A. C., in a special
mile race at the Penn A. C. track and
field carnival.
Attend the Fair Tonight

ORGANIZATIONS URGED TO
TURN IN CAMPAIGN MONEY
Michigan's drive for the Stu-
dent Friendship Fund is report-
ed as slowly nearing the hoped
for goal of $5,000. The amount
raised is to be used for support-
ing a Michigan kitchen in one of
the needy university centers of
Eastern Europe. The location of
this relief station will be decided
upon by the committee when all
the funds ai'e in.
At the present time there are
many fraternity, sorority and
I other organizations on the cam-
pus that have not yet been heard
I from. The average so far from
the houses is well over $50. The
I committee urges that any amount
j towards the Michigan fund-will
I be appreciated either from indi-
viduals or groups. The kitchen
is to represent the faculty of the
j University as well. as the sta-
dents.
1 All money and checks should
be sent to Egbert R. Isbell, '26L,
care of The Daily. Post dated
checks are receivable.

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Illinois is third.

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verhand, sidearm and underhand de- Barnes..........R.F.......... Rigsby,
Every with no effort to adopt the reg- Alyea ..........C.........Gullion I
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Now Wade may have had the right Weiss..........R.G.......Robbins
ope and Bill may find his hunch a Goal icksn 6, Barnes 1, Alyea 4,
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ny more ball players that play list- Duggan 3, Weiss 2, Spradling 30, Gul-
ss ball just because conditions aren't lion 1, Robbins 2, Tavis (sub. for Rigs-
xactly to their liking? by) 2.
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Princeton, N. J., Mar. 7.-George L.
Winter, former American league pitch-
er, has arrived to assist Coach Clark
with the Tiger baseball squad.
Attend the Fair Tonight
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