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THE NI CHIGIAN D, AIIY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31. 192R

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31. 192~

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GE' OE O PNATBNEON ZACUARY AND BALLOUWADASII NINE OPENSi
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Hoosier li; ais Will Meet Ini Yearly
E Clasites With Purdue Hainivjg
Sight Advantage
FIRST GAME TOM.VORRO W1
LAF+AYETTE, Incd., Mar'eh.iO .--Four
o'clock Thursday aft ernoon ,Il user
in the opening game on Purdtr,'s 1926 1
b~aseball schedule, the tilt with Wa-
basil on Stuart field being the first. of
a five game series which will close
next Tuesday afternoon.t
II The few clays of cheery weather ad-
vancedltihe squad by leaps and boundls
last week, although the practice ses-
sions were rather chilly. Generous
portions of clear afternoons for tile
series should overcome a numb~er oT

Florida boosters shlow great re-'
souircefulness in drawing attention to,
their state, but everyone hlas over-
lookedl to date the idea of getting Nick
Altrock toy open a beauty parlor.
Ju idge Landis predicts thle coing
-baseball seasoit will be the greatest
ever. And this after the rip-roarig;
timde the jaI(ge hand at the l'hst World
Series.
"Gleason cracks whip as Mackmien
drill," writes Philadelphia scribe fro-i
camp). But can he make thlenr Jump
through the pennant hloop?
"To raise Ivory in Florida." says
news story abhout liportaltion of ele.
phuits. %Old stuff. 1Dozenif major
league managers are doing it there

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MICHIGAN

early season rougnh5spots which areI
bobbing up here and thlere during After all tile fights Tilden, has had
workouts. wi th the tennis people about hlis writ-
The starting hurler is the most ings, it's time for him to turn out
doubtful of the probable lineup. Me- something worth reading.
Hargue, Wineiniller, Bristow, Davis,
anld Diehm are the quintet of flinging First call for reports that somte.
hopefuls, while Maxton has been mak- one has caught a fish with a baseball
ing a. brave showing, the best perhlaps lit his "tunitiy." Babe Ruth slnt-
of any of the sophlomore hurlers. fited one (a baseball, niot a fish) into
Tile most consistent performing in- Tamipa Bay the other dlay.
field which Tragesser has assenmbled
seems to be Pierce at first, Wilcox at Cather Grover Hartley of the Giants
second, Rabe at short stop and Ware pulled tile hidden ball trick on
at third base. Wise hlas been doing Frisch. Which will delay Mr. Mc-
tile most creditable backstopping, with. Graw's annual announcement thatl
Tex, a. new'coiner, displaying'nmuch Freddie is being propped to take over
pr'oise.j the managerial reins.

j Tom Zachlary (left) and William Ballou (right), hurlers traded to St.
Louis by the Washington Senators, are telling Mahnager Sisleri of the
Browns, that he'll have thle laugh on Griffithl before the season's over,
thanks to their work on the mound. Sisler doesn't look skeptical, does
he? Photo from Brown training camp at Tarpon Springs, Fla.

Sigma Pi And Pi Kappa Alpha
In Inter fraternity

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Volley BallI

Timothy G. Lowry, Northwestern's
crack football center last year has
signed for the job of assistant fresh-
man football coach with his alma
mater.

And the trick conies after, all of
McGraw's remarkks abottthe useful-
iess of trying to pound brains into
a ball pli~ayer. "Wliat-dya make of
tit at?"

Sigma Pi defeated Kappa, Nu anid Pi Three contests are scheduled inltile
Kappa Alpha defeated Delta Upsilon elimination tourney for tomorrowI
inr close contests in the elimination nigh~t at Waterman gymnasium and
round of thie fraternity valley ball are as follows: 7 o'clock-Sigma Phi
tourney, Monday nigh~t at Waterman vs.* Phi Chli; Sigma Pi vs. Pi Kaplpa
gymnasium. Alpha. 7:45 o'clock-Alpha 'Tau Oni-I
Alpha Tau Omega and Phi Chi wenlt eav.inaAlhIu
into the elimination series by defeat- / _____________
ing their respective opponents in the
games last Wednesday night. The Members of the University of Penn-
former were victorious over the Phi sylvania baseball squad are doing in-
Kappa Psi, while the latter register- 'tricate steps of the Charleston as part
ed a win over Beta Theta Pi. i of their training exercise for reducing.

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