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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IRSITY BEATS SECOND NINE
8-3 IN NELL PLAYED GAMEi'

BASKETBALL NOTICE
Preshman basketball practice,
I will be held at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in Waterman Gymnasium.
E. J. Mather,
Coach.

EPIC E1D

iA fl[ Harriers Enter
LfIIdSpring Tra t inin
[nl~Under Sulian°
Over 50 men have iir ad sIgned up
for Coach. Ted Sullivan's spring cross
ed To ('omete In country training squrd an( it is
Mcet* pected that with the interest dispisy-
mi sed to date about 30 more wil report
before the first actual work-out April

Btilars Get Seven Runs Aeros Plate
In Last Inning of Con-
test
COLD WIIND HAMPERS PLAYER S
PREPARING FOR $PRING TRIP
In spite of a cold wind which kept
ri0t if the men under wraps, Coach
f'iWer's baseball squad played an
elght 'inning game yesterday which
W4 "swon by the regulars by a 9-2
seere.
fthe contest was easily the best
practice tilt that has been staged so
far this season. The weather was a
handicap, 'especially to the pitchers.
ut .they cn e through and delivered
in 'good shape. The Yannigans led by
the slim margin of one run until the'
last inning, when the first stringers
iutnched four hits, two walks, two er-
rors and a passed ball for eight runs.
The losers were unable to score in
their half of the eighth.
Th game started with Stryker
pitching for the regulars and Benson
for the reserves. The first string nine
got away to a one run lead in the
third inning when Steger and Shee-
hIn doubled in succession, Herb cross-
i g the plate on the second hit. The
:crubs scored twice in the fourth.
Trrey replaced Stryker for the first
tem, Harpis walked, Shoesmith, who
replaced Beeon, was thrown out,
Farris taking second. DeView flied to
Steger. Kipke singled to right, and
went to second on the throw-in which
failed to nip Harris at the plate.
Bachman drove a hard single to left
center, scoring Kipke. Hildebrand
singled, but Bachman was nailed try-
ing to make third on the hit.
there was no more scoring until the
eighth. Shoesmith pitched three in-
nings for the Yannigans and held the
re ul r. hitless. Only two men got on
b"' whUie: "Shoey" 'as on th: hiil,
'b 2 o passes. After the fourth
"fie, Torrey settled down and kept
thE opposition away from the plate
fat' the remaining two innings he
p-hed. Parks succeeded Shoesmith
ir the seventh, while Slater went in
f lTorrey. With one down in this
i ng, Coleman got a pass, went to
sg d on a fielder's choice and scored
o heehan's single to center. In the
e8 h, Giles started the festivities by
r ing first on Neville's error. Dill-
ngnJ and Haggerty singled, and all
t "e men cashed when Ioleman's hit
b jded through Kipke in center
fi Coleman took second. Slater
fail1ed, Steger walked, and both run-
n v advanced when Blott was thrown
ot"4t first. Sheehan drew a pass and
Co6etnan and Steger scored on Ne-
yuile's error on Wilson. Sheehan and
Wilson advanced on a passed ball, angl
scored when Giles drove a hot single
-to center. Giles died stealing, ending
th Inning.
,The weather was detrimental to
ebasball, but the entire squad showed
Io good advantage. There were few
errors, especially among the regulars.
Thee scrubs played in streaks, field-
ing well except for one or two occa-
sdons. Th- had a slightly different
teuim on the field than in the first
Ref with
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three encounters.'.Hildebrand was at
first and Weitzel moved over to'sec-
ond. Neville was switched from sec-
ond base to short. Harris stayed at
third, and Kipke, Bachman, and De-
View made up the outfield. The reg-
ulars lined up' as usual, with Wilson
on first, Giles on second, Dillman at
short, and Haggerty at third. Shee-
han, Coleman, and Steger played the
outfield. Jack Blott caught for both
teams for four innings, and Baker
for the same length of time. Jack.
batted for both nines after leaving the,
defensive post. He made one hit inI
five times at the plate. The twol
chances he had to hit for the scrubs'
resulted in a pair of high fouls, which
Baker smothered.
GLYM PI TRIALS ENTRY
BOL ABSDI0STRIBUTEDi

Lacrosse Team
May Be Forme
All men interested in forming a
lacrosse team will hold a meeting at;
7:45 o'clock tonight in Room 325 of
the Union.
The meeting is being held with the
idea of finding out whether there are
enough men on the campus interested!
in the sport to warrant starting a reg-
ular team and possibly admitting it
to the curriculum of minor sports
some time in the future. Coach
George Little, head of the minor
sports department has agreed to set
the movement in motion' if at least
24 men show up for the meeting.
Little has also stated that if a suf-
ficient number show evidence of a
real interest in the game that he will1
arrange for a series of exhibition gam-
es which will probably be held during
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Drawings for the interfraternity
baseball league has been made and the
results have been posted in the Intra-
mural office. These will be published
in The Daily within a few days. Games
in this league will begin April 23.
The medals for Independent, Fresh
mah gro, and Society basketball The schedule for the first week will
(hampisne are at the Intramural of- be mailed to each house so that fra-
lj(e and can be had by calling. ternity athletic managers may have
the schedules upon their return to
TE Freshman group relay medals school after vacation. Hereafter the
and boxing sweaters are at the schedules will not be printed in The
office. Daily, but will be mailed to the var-
(Cintinued on Page Seven)
All umpires for Intramural base-!
ball should sign up at the office.
n si h d tUDENT GOLFERS

NET MFN MAKE GOOD SHOWIMN 23.
IN EARLY SEASON CONTESTS Sullivan is anxious that as mwny
men as possible come out for the
Although only one cut has been squad. Experience of any sort is net
imade in the Varsity tennis squad so a requisite for participation in
far this season the coaches are rapidly activities that have been mappetr
forming an idea of what men will J for the men and there are no restrit-r
cormpo eperman t mea d ig ions of any sort whatever. Although
compose the permanent team during good part of the men who have re-
the coming season. ! ported so far are Freshman, pros-
The only cut made this season el- pective runners from af classes arc'
iminated all but eighteen men fromI wanted.
the squad. Play has gone on between _
these men and eight of them have been'
chosen as a temporary first squad. C
From this squad the team of five
players will be picked to meet In- E
diana in the first match of the season £M
at Bloomington. The men who showE
most promise of making the regularl
squad from the form which they have Four Michigan wrestlers will be
displayed so far are: CaptaigtRorich,
Brick, Crane, Hodgeman, Marian, entered in the coming Olympic trials
Greiner, Vose and Goldsmith. I to be held at Detroit in the near future
In addition to these eight men there according to Coach Dick Barker. Al
are a number of good prospects on four of the men are working out every'
the squad and the composition of the '(lay under Coach Barker. They will
regular squad is certain to vary dur- be entered in he trials p 'imarily for
ing the season. From the work which the experience that thoy will get out
the squad has displayed so far Michi- of their contests.
gan's chances for winning the major- Doty yill be entered in the 1)J
ity of its matches seem bright. pound class, Phillips in the 135, Wil-

Enl:tries in the Independent, Soci-
ety and class baseball are open and
should be made at once.
Friday is the last lay to enter the
a.-campus singles and doubles ten-
nis tournaments. All fraternities who
inltend to enter in the tennis tourna-
men t should have their names in by
Friday. Diawings will be made on
Friday afternoon.

Any student golfers intending
to use the Ann Arbor golf course
during spring vacation; or any
who have not already signified
their intention to try out for the
golf team, but wish to do so, are
requested to notify me by Friday
- noon of this week.
HUGH T. SMITH.

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Entry blanks for the Olympic trials the iLoflviay.
to be held in Ann Arbor, May 30 and .
31, are being distributed to athletesMichigan To Meet
in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Mississippi Nine
Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Kentucky. .
Those athletes showing up well in Mississippi university has been add-
the middle-West trials, in which there ed to the schedule of the spring base-
will be 36 events, will be allowed to' ball training trip. Michigan will meet
take part in the final tryouts to be Mississippi at Oxford, Thursday, April
held at Harvard stadium, June 14. 17, the only open date on the Michigan
More than 350 athletes will perform schedule.
in the Western trials. Mississippi defeated Wisconsin last
The events in the trials will include Tuesday by a 6 to 2 score.

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YOU .ENJOY
YOUR SPRING PARTY
Twice as much if the house and the rugs are reno-
vated for the occasion.
"Every Rug Shampooed with Ivory Soap"
AMERICAN RUG CLEANING WORKS
PHONE 1911

Hams in the 145, and Sinclair in the
Seattle, Wash., April 8.-George An- 158 pound class, will probaly be the'
derson, Varsity basketball center this Michigan entries. Phillips, killmns,
season, was elected captain for next and Sinclair are freshmen.
year's hoop team at the annual bask-
etball banquet. Don t I t the Mixer TEi;gh

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every event on the Olympic track and
field schedule and the program will
take up the better part of two days.
Detroit, Mich., April 9.-'"Jimmy"
Duffy will again coach the University'
of Detroit. football team 'next-;'year.
Clareice (Steanier) Hiniirg wh6o w
All-American tackle at Colgate, has
been named as line coach.
'Attenid the Faciulty-Stident Mixer

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SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE
VIA,
THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
ACCOUNT
SPRiNG VACATION
For the accommodation of University of Michigan Students, re-
turning home Friday, April 11th for Spring Vacation, the Ann Arbor
Railroad will provide the following train service:
SPECIAL TRAINS
Lv. Ann Arbor ................11:40 A. M. (C.T.)
Arr. Toledo....................2:00 P. M. (E.T.)
This Train will handle passengers ONLY for Toledo and points
beyond.
Lv. An Arbor..................4:41 P. M. '(C.T.)
Arr. Owosso...................7:20 P. M. (C.T.)
This train will stop at Howell, Mich., and Durand, Mich., to dis-
charge passengers, protecting Pere Marquette and Grand Trunk con-
nections.
REGULAR TRAIN SERVICE
(SOUJTHBOUJND)
In addition to the above Special Service the following regular
train service Ann Arbor to Toledo will prevail:
Lv. Ann Arbor 11:40 A. M. (C.T.) 2:00 P. M. (C.T.) 4:30 P. M. (C.T.)
Arr. Toledo 2:10 P. M. (E.T.) 5:00 P.M. (E.T.) 7:00 P. M. (E.T.)
k ~(NORTHBOI~trl)
Northbound trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor, 8:10 A. M. (C.
T.) and 4:41 P. M. (C.T.) respectively, connecting with Grand Trunk,
Michigan Central, Pere Marquette and G. R. and I. for all principal
destinations in lower and upper peninsula of Michigan.
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