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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRESHMAN BATTERY MEN
EWN PRACTICE TODAYf
Battery practice for fresh-
man baseball tryouts yill be
held at 4:15 o'clock today at the
field house. Candidates should
report to Coach Mather before
start of the practice in order to
receive locker assignments. Each
one must furnish his own
equipment.
The regular call for freshman1
candidates will not be issued un-j
til after spring vacation.
Mather Arranges
Pre - Season Games
Of 1926 Campaign
While only one (ate has been defi-
nitely set thus far, Michigan's basket-
ball schedule for next year has al-
ready taken shape, Coach Mather
said yesterday.

intramural Cage
'IIIJUOI IUMEN Season To Close
HANDICAP FIHEt Tomorrow Night
Three championship basketball
games are scheduled for tomorrow
Baseball Team Leaves For South In night at Waterman gymnasium, when
Two Weeks; 11eather Prevenis the Independent, Fraternity and
Outdoor Practice Class leagues will hold their final
games. The Nighthawks are to play
SQUAD MAY LOSE LANG the Aris, Sigma Alpha Mu and Phi
Kappa Sigma will battle in the frater-
Wnity league, and the Senior Engineers
W ith11 less than two weeks of prat-will fight it out for the class title with
tice remaining before the baseball the winner of the Upper M-dic vs.I
team leaves on its southern trip, in- Sophomore Physical Ed game.
i juries to members of the'team are The feature game probably will "e
causing Coach Fisher considerable between Sigma Alpha Mu and Phi
c rKappa Sigma, due to the fact that the
Thorne, on the hurling staff, starts former have Benny Friedman, foot-E
the list of injured with a sore arm. hall star in the lineup, while Phi Kap-
GB"fore fully recovering from his first pa Sigma is enforced by the Douglas
ailment, he was hit in the leg with brothers who formerly starred for
a batted ball; infection has set in and Valparaiso college.
for the past week he has been unable The intramural department, in an-
to practice. ticil ation of a large gallery, a a
Gilbert has been conilned to the hos- bleachers erected, so that everyone
Sintal for more than a, week due .to a may have a seat. There will be no
severe cold, and will not be able to admission charge.

1 inv1nn hurdler, was forced to drop out of fPurdue's track season opens May 1
SETIP41school. Hardly had O'Connor finished with Northwestern at Purdue.
scurrying around for material to re-
place this man when he was informed Glenn Thistlethwaite, Northwestern
ELTJ V | [[ ILL that Sebold, a sophomore dashman talahslok upn Nthe eri
who had eshowing much prOmise, ruling in regard to the safety play in
had been taken ill with pneumonia, football as another step toward 'legisa
LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 29.- and would probably be out the rest of lating the brains out of football."
Track Coach Eddie O'Connor is cer- the season.
tain he is the original hard luck coach The Purdue coach now insists he
at Purdue. O'Connor was facing what holds his breath every time his track CHARLESTON
he thought to be a fairly successful manager walks up to him for fear he TAU fT
outdoor season when School, his star will be told of another irack casualty. _, -,

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Preliminary games are arranged report for practice until the latter
.es.rpart of this week. Friedman and Gil-
with the Unversity of Pittsburgh, at bert are the most promising canidi-
Pittsburgh, Feb. 5 and with Syracuse, dates for third base, and no doubt the
and Michigan' State at Ann Arbor. latter's enforced idleness will affect
Michigan will also play Cornell at Ann his chances for that. position.
Arbor, it is thought, when the"east- Lang, a sophomore who has already
won himself a place in the outfield
erners make their western trip during was called home yesterday due to a,
the holidays. death in his family, and it is doubtful
Thee Conference agreement whereby whether or not he will return to!
a court team plays each other team school this semester.
four times in each 3-year period The weather this season is two
means that Michigan will meet Minne- weeks behind that of a year ago, but
sota, Iowa, Illinois, Chicago, Indiana regardless of that fact Coach Fisher
and Purdue next season. Exact dates has decided to order the infielders and
for these games will be set at the outfielders out of doors the last of the
schedule meeting to be held at Iowa week.

Chicago Starts
Spring Football
( pring football practice began yes-
terday at the University of Chicago
with the close of spring vacation.
Thirty-two candidates have already
signed up for equipment and at least
as many more are expected to report
soon.
Coach A. A. Stagg looks to the
ispring training sessions to acquaint
Ithe members of the squad with the
type of play made necessary by the
new forward pass and touchback-
rules. le looks upon these newly
imade rules as detrimental to the
game's welfare.

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The University of Pennsylvania has
dropped the 220 yard dash from the
list of events 'on the program of the
annual relay carnival. This is the
first time in a number of years that
this event has not occupied a place
on the' program.
It was decided by the relay com-
mittee that 12 special events would
trove sufficient for the demands of
the large number of colleges enter-
ed for the carnival.
CAPT. J. B. NOEL
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No.
it is not too late to order
Senior Cahes
They should be ordered
before vacation1 all
schools and colleges.
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