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MANAGER CHANCE Bob Knode Earns

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REST FORED UPON
TENNIS CANDIDATElS
Snow Causes Halt In Phiy of Elimi-
nation Matches: One Spring
Mah Carded

GOIF CANIIATES
All caindidates for the golf
team will meet at 4:15 o'clock
tomorrow in room 304 of the
Union. Students who desire
membership in the Ann Arbor
Golf club must report.
11. T. SMITH.

Bob I ide a n
'Utility Position
FILS TO REPORTWth Cleeand
j -Mystery Shrouds Absence of White
SoxI filot; Players
Baffled

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CAPT. RORICII ONLYIN VETERAN:
TWO -PECILAIED INELWGIBLE
Candidates for the Varsity tennis'
team have been engaged in an elimin-
ation round robin play-off and several
matches had gotten under way when
all play was halted by the unexpect-
ed snow last Monday.
Play will be resumed as soon as
weather permits.
"Chuck" Merkel, ranking number
one on the Wolverine squad last sea-;
son went through the season as the
mainstay on Michigan's team and end-'
ed the season by capturing the Con-
ference singles title. The absence
of Merkel leaves a big hole to be
filled and the coaches are grooming
Captain Rorich for the job. This will
be Rorich's second season as captain
of the Varsity squad.'
A trip to Blooihington on April 19
for a tilt with the University of In-
diana net squad will comprise the
spring training trip. In previous
years the tennis men have had a 'trip
throughout the midde-west and into
the East but this year the itinerary
has been confined to the Hoosier
school.
Among those who have had the op-
portunity to show their stuff and
who show promise of developing into
Varsity players, are Brick, Walbridge,
Hodgeman, Crane, Vose, and Segal.
These men,. with Captain Rorich, the
only veteran letter-man, form th*
nucleus around whom the squad will1
be built.
Jerome an aMa man of last year
has been declared ineligible and his
loss is a severe blow to, the hopes of
the coaches. Ames, another man who
showed promise last year, is also ineli-
gible.

A RSGET INJUNCTION
FNiR USE OF BALL PARK,
St. Louis, Mo., April 1.-A tempor-
ary injunction preventing the St. Louis
Browns from excluding the St. Louis
Cardinals from the use of Sportsman's
park "s a ball ground was returned
by Circuit Judge Frey here today.
Issuance of the injunction will as-
sure the Cardinals a place to play in
St. Louis until the permanent hearing
is held. It directs the land owners,!
to refrain from closing the Cardinals'
leasehold, as had been requested by
the Browns because of an overdue
payment of rent.
According totthe Cardinal's owner,
Sam. Broaden, the failure to pay was
merely an oversight. He testified that
there was no other place in St. Louis,
where they might play, and that for-
feiture of the lease would mean dis-
aster for the Cardinals.
It is said the Browns started theE
action against the Cardinals because
of the latter team's objection to pro-
posedd improvements at the ball
grounds.
Drake University
Officials Invite
Over 10 Schools
} )es Moines, Ia., April ;1.-AthleticI
Director K. L. Wilson, of Drake uni-
versity, today mailed out formal entry
blanks for the 15th annual Drake re-
lay meet to more than 100 leading uni-
versities, colleges and high schools.
'The meet Will be held April 25-26.
April 17 has been set as the closing
d;eate for entries.I
dIt is thought probable that moreh
than 1,500 athletes will compete in

JOHNNY ETVES CONTINUES
IN ROLE OF ACTING HEAD
Orlando, Fla., April 1.-More light
was cast on the Chance case today.
Lou Barbour, road secretary of the
White Sox, received a telegram from
Chance in which he stated he would
not join the club in Cattanooga on
Friday as scheduled. He said he ex-
pected to take charge "after the club
reaches Chicago" but he did not set
a definite date.
The Chance case has been consider-
able of a mystery to the Sox followers
this spring. First he was to come to
Winter Haven. Then it was said he
would get there when the visit was
half over. Johnny Evers had infor-
mation that he would be in Jackson-
ville, and then Evers said he knew
all along that Chance was going to
Chattanooga, but concealed the know-
ledge for the best interests of the
players.
Now comes a telegram saying he
will get to Chicago at a date not
specified. The players are very much
mystified and so are the newspaper
men who are trying to keep pace with
the variously mentioned travels of
the Peerless Leader. Possibly he will
not leave that dear old California at
all. The suspicion grows.
John Evers continues in nominal
charge of the club, although he has
not been vested with the authority of
manager. He is dragging through the
south two carloads of baseball per-
sons, many of whom are not major
leaguers. He has not been asked to
suggest releases, so far as is known,
and the extent of his duties is limited
by directing the players what to do
on the ball field.
.ICE STARTSU PRING U

W1OUNI) WORK AND i) E0
LD O'NT
Coach Fishr'' 'ans for th \a'
:: bal :j':d hart V en erie
hampered by the return of cold we
or and snow.
The diand (an(idatez had hoc
hopes of moVing outdoo wit i
;\ ek', planning on getting in at 1
a few days of practice beo
trip South which will start Ap i
Although Fisher had not counted
the use O the ontdoor' diamond
week, he had figured on giving
outfielders some vwork in shag
'iies betore Saturday. Accordinl
present indications, however, it wi
impossible for even the gardener

b11nL nrai i iii u iU
[ ~ practce tomorrow night in Wat-Hg L I~UYIS A O
R rman gymnasium. The next
paictice will be held on Tues-
dayv night.
E. MATh-ER, 1 Coach Barry Has Hopes of Putting
Coach Out Strongest Team in Many
- 1Years
S(HIIIDLE INCLUDES :3 TILTrs;
JONIDAIPH PAIMAilliOPEN APRIL .i
r1 y 1[ E R OIowa City, Ia., April 1.-With nine
TIDletter men ready for the baseball sea-
; ' #son of the University of Iowa, Sam
ath Barry, Iowa baseball coach, has hopes
Les Angeles, Cal., April 1.-Ralph of putting out one of the strongest
m in Do alna, veteran dirt and board nines in years.
n ct 1:.ck Pilot, starred in the automobile Iowa faces a hard schedule of 23
least speed events at Ascot park yester- games, 11 of which will be played with
the clay. jother Big Ten Conference teams.
1 11. He won the feature 15 lap sweep- The season will be opened at Iowa
on stakesin 8 minutes 12 4-5 seconds City, April 5, when Coe, of Cedar Rap-
this and equalled the one lap track rec- ids, comes for a three games series.
his ord established two weeks ago by The Conference season will be opened
ging SigI-laugdahl,Norwegian driver, byj at Iowa City, April 9, with Chicago.
g to touring the fifth mile dirt oval in 30 Hub Marshall, the crafty Iowa pitch-
1 be { secondsflat. Leon Duray, French pilot,; or, who turned seteral defeats into
s to took second in the sweepstakes. I victory for Iowa last year, will be the
1 hub of Coach Barry's pitching staff.
rave- .Paris,April 1.--Elimination trials Marshall will be assisted by Ching
aunt for selecting the teams of athletes to Duhm and "Lefty" Fabricius. The
ac- represent France at the eighth revival complete schedule follows:
they of the Olympic g mes are announced' April 5-7, Coe at Iowa; April 9, Cor-
only for April 20, May 4 and May 18. (Continued on Page Seven)

News From Spring
Training Camps
Manager Huggins has decided to re-
tain three young pitchers, Roettger,
Pipgrass, and Gaston. Earl Combs,
the $50,000 outfielder obtained from
Louisville, will also be on the roster
when the season starts. Walie
Schang has apparently broken a rib,
which will keep him on the bench for
some time.

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Bob Knode, former Varsity slar first1
sacker, has been retained by the
Cleveland Indians as understudy to I
George Burns, veteran first bascman
of Tris Speaker's tribe. Bob was on
the Indian roster last summer, after
his graduation in June.
THREE COURT TE1
CHICAGO_ TOrUNNALENT,,
Three Michigan high school hsl t-
ball teams are entered in the national'
tournament at Chicago thIS wQCS,
Jackson, winner of the state titl'
here; Battle Creek winner or the n-
solation, and Northeastern of etro s
a team which placed third in the cit
race, are the teams wihich are r pres-
enting Michigan.
Ruth Knocks 0ut.
Longest Home Run
New York, April 1.- e Ruth's
Big Bertha boomed the longest home
run of his career, thus helping the
Yankees beat Rochester International
leaguers, 8 to 2.
From the home plate to the center
field fence on the diamond at Mobile
the distance is 436 feet. The center
field fence is 30 feet high. The allj
slammed by the Babe cleared the'
fence by 10 feet and when last seen
was soaring and speeding with un-
diminished energy. Althiou,,h there
are no statistics, baseball writers and
other experts agreed that this honier
was a record for the Babe.

sxroee ther'l\ es to the breeze.
The Wolverine soad will he gr
ly handjeapped \vlien the slpring j
1 uS, a0 thC nin w' iii have to
quire al their oudoor work when
hit the sunny couth inslead of
adlding uclislh to rhi'ir wvork.
1untin, hatting, ad pitching
tine to take 111) the bulk of C
Fisher's attention in practice. li
nlg bunts is ain accomplishment w
the Wove rine mentor hopes to de
in iis Proteges, as many ball gc
are fon or lost through efliciene
lack c: mierR in tiis one departn

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h"i' the COni In ot the frater-
nid i cina'nit comas
;cisf 1o the fr:teniie. he class I
du leo are few and will wind-up
~v~hinti'O xit few dys
Al!cye re turned inw 1 ,ard spring,
I 1 wil he the lat lap in the race
ts Ihea l- run i hic effency
mm fir rue Iratcrnmtes and the an-
nuuncemient of ilhe openiing OL the en-
ry sheet f'u tennis, alL-campus and
fratr'rnity.
The all-am pus meet was well pat-
ron Ized lit year and will be as big
Sever with both doubles and singles
I t try for. The fraternity tour-
---' t will consist of doubles only
a 1 will he a bitterly contested affair
L~et en several of the houses which
are struggling for supremacy in the
ra ce for the cup.

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Ty Cobb is greatly relieved to findk
tha~t Emory Rigney's injury' is not
serious. Two new men, Burke and j
Wingo have earned a place on the De-
troit roster. Burke is an infielder :
who will be used as utility man. Win-
go will alternate withV Manush and
Fothergill in left field. Cobb has re-
leased pitcher Collard and Catcher
Mangum for further seasoning in the
minors.
Tris Speaker's Cleveland club is
showing a hitting streak with GeorgeJ
Burns, acquired on a trade from Bos-
ton, especially strong at the play.
Joe Shaute has been elevated to the
position of third man on the pitching
staff, being placed directly behind
Uhle and Coveleskie,.
Two problems confront the Wash-
ington club, pitching and third base.
The five veterans of the mound corps,
Johnson, Russell. Mogridge, Zachary,'
and Zahniser compiled the record of
49 games won to 48 lost last year,
which is not such an enviable one.
Johnny Evers continues to hold the
reins of the Chicago team. The most
salient point in the pre-season work
of th hose, is the showing of Bib
Falk as a portside pitcher. He was a
hurler when in the university and a
good one, but not until this spring
have the pale stockinged lads felt the
necessity of working Bib in on the{
mound.l
However Evers persuaded the little
outfielder-hurler that he should takeK
atry on the hill, and his showing has
been the sensation of the camp.
The recovery of George Sisler still
holds the center of the stage with the
St. Louis fans, as their hopes depend
a great deal on whether or not their
new manager will be able to holdR
down his old p)lace at first base.
Four classy boys are trying for the
third base job. Ellerbe, Rice, Robert-
son, and Simon have shown an equal
amount of ability.j

the Drake classic this year.i
All receipts are pro-rated equitably Columbus, O., April 1.-Looking as
among the visiting teams to help de- Football Director Wilce phrased it,
fray expenses. Drake does not pro- "for a big 1924 season," Ohio State's
fit from the meet. spring training season, different from
any of recent years, is under way.'
FRENCH CHAMPION Where the spring work heretofore has
been spread over two months or more,
RETUR.NS TO FORM the present program is being COm-i
pressed into two weeks.
Starting March 26, the training, in-
Paris, March 7.-(By AP)-Guille-
met, the Olympic champion in ti eluhding the annual spring tournament,;
5,00 mterOympshwed ap etrn towill end April 12. The candidates,
5,000 meter run, showed a return to iinto two squads, will toil
his 1920 form recently when he won a dive into two
cros contryrunfive times a week.
cross country run at Grenoble. He i Instead of all the men being lump-
ran the 14 kilometers in 49.30 4-5 and ed together in a single squad they'
won by 300 meters. The members of are split into two groups-one consist-
th'e French Olympic committee inter- ing of promising athletes with prev-
ested in the athletic side of' the games os experience and the other so-
were cheered by. his performance. called "developmental" squad open to
any eligible man in the university.
Indians Plan To Bespeaking a 100 per cent attend-!
ances Dr. Wilce pointed out to his
Own Spring Camp charges that "preparation will play a
big part in next fall's play."
I The training is being done on the

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IATIRA)IURATL NOTICE

All men who totale:d three
points or more in the All-cam-
pus track meet, report to the
Intramural otlice for measure-
ments at once.
All wrestling winners please
report also..
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twill he here for the Pday Festiv-
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are asked to lave all detail
concerting the rooms ad their
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top g;oes s at t h a' time'; is tak
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ClelaT-, r0., A ar.- ..-The Clove-
lan janins xwillestablish permianent I
spring training quarters at Lakeland,
Fla., ifa bond issue carrying 'an ap-
pr,,pniaton for the purcase of tlhe
field and construction of a concrete
granidsttnod is carried in June, ac-
cording to advices received today.
Dempsey Decides
To Enter Movies
TL. uAngeles, Cal., April 1.- Jack
Dempsey signed a contract yesterday1
with Carl Laemmie, president of the i
Universal Motion Picture company,
for a series of ten pictures for a total

Ohio Stadium gridirons.j
In the coming Drake relays De Hart !
Hubbard, the crack Michigan athlete,
will have some keen competition in the
running hop, step and jump, for in
order to win he must do better than
M. Keeble, who is junior national
champion in the event at present.
It may rain on Oct. 18 the day of
the Illnois-Michigan game next fall,
but the water will merely drain off i
the walks and drives around the Illin-
ois stadium, if contemplated improve-
ments are completed.
Michigan has won or tied 1,042 of

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The adidtion of Strand and Slut-
mons, outfielders, and Bishop, infield-
er, will undoubtedly strengthen Mack's
crew considerably.
The adition of Steve O'Neill and Bill
Wambsganss is bound to aid the Bos-
ston club in the coming campaign. The
two veterans will fill up the spots
where the Sox were weakest. Joe
Harris will take George Burn's old
place at first base, while Dudley Lee,

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