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WENLDAY, FRARY, 27, 1929

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~Fisher Makes Cut, In Baseball Squad'

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i~iI~iMI veterans, Coach Fisher is stil AElW MM R
carrying fourteen other mud-TO MEETV'ATR VARSITY BIG TE
BATTERY ~~~ en including six juniors and eight facIivri
DRLL AE D~~N [Dsophomores. The juniors bidding ciiiue Fo;Pg1Sx)T P#N
ar sil sscs a good fnydvri Cook.
_______ martin, Hill, Picard, Hollzman, wilmthhssilgantht (C tnudFo PacSx
oahiseLasPasT KepMartin, and Whitney. None of theseHewlmachisklagistat (oind zmFggSx E
menahaveibeen givenPanysrealKopp of Grimshaw and Walaitis of the ket-shooting ability but their of-
Big Ten Title; JMopes To Go potnttohoveryigtly Wolverines. fensive threat has been altogether
To Japan As Champion hv ofradn aepohc Michigan's medley relay trio will too spasmodic.I
consist of Hubbell in° the back
can be made as to what they may. M stroke, Goldsmith in the breast: After sinking sevengal
HURLE ARE KEPT do udrfr.gas r
Compton Looks Good stroke, and Ault as anchor man in from the floor in the opening iM
Coach Fisher's baseball squad, cut Among the sophomores, Compton tefe tl. ri,_mt,:n ato h oagm,.ili 1a
to about 40 candidates this week,' is attracting slightly more atten-l Ellinger are the probable starters! gain slackenied ip 'in the final4 it3
fris continuiing battery and hitting tion and seems to have possibilities forei awn State in the medley.j 20 minutes and were utscore
practice with their attenioni already of developing into a valuable pitch-I A water polo 'game between the j ytei awkvals, 13-10. t a
focused on the trip to Japan and er. His biggest trouble at present Wolverine Varsity and a team com- ;
the possibility of another Western is inability to control his deliveries, posed of the reserves and freshmen The first half of the Minnesota tp
'Conference championship. The Precobb, Drabicki, Vereen, 'Presby, will follow- the meet. The Varsity tilt ended 14-9 inl the Wolverine
present squad includes, besides an Bobceam, Montagne, .:and Kiegler will line up with Walaitis, Spindle{ favor, six field goals having been
array of dependable veterans, a are the other sophomores being }Bt andeif, foras;Hubbell, Wat- registered by the Wolves, but the
wealth ofsophomore tontmaterialcareontesu.soadMtbak;adWr ofesdwdld iealyith
ready to fill 'any psto etoe h eevn n of the battery i avr; goal. second h alf and BobsChapman was
by -a slipping regular. is drawing considerable competi-I Craig and Paul Freeland are the
The early cut and unusual seri- tion with eight men as possible reg- outstanding swimmers on the,
ousness =of the ,diamond candidates ular catchers this year. Besides 1 Spartan team. When the Michi-
is due to :a large extent to the as- Reichman and McCoy, who are at gan State tankmen conquered
'surance of ;the tour of 'Japan for present unable to devote much Ypsilanti Normal, 51-16, Freeland W O
the first- time by a Michigan base- time to baseball, Buckman, .Free- won -both the breast stroke and the .
take any team other than one Borg are competing for a -bcrth on interscholastic champion while in~
holding the Big Ten 'title across the the Varsity. 1high school.I
Pacific to represent the American -Outfielders Scarce' 111111Ultllllllllilllllls,4 P
universities this summer and hopes In the infield, the veterans, .lItlI~IIIllIIII~I~~lllll:
-to .make a .stronger bid than ever Squire, Straub, and Weintraub, at . . E
for the championship during the first, second, and third respectively 1 D A N C I N G
comning season, will have ten other recruits after
CountQn M~fee Atheir positions. -Bahl is the only at 'the
Figuring largely in the. plans of other man whose aim is solely onnAr oryM
Coach Fisher are two :pitchers. Mc-J the initial bag, while Davidson s
Afee and Asbeck, who both gave the only third base candidate.-
their opponents -plenty of trouble Second and short stop candidates EveryF
noticable in the cages at the field patric, Moodie, Eastman, Myron,
house so far this year neither of and Centenni. S=:tuda"w
these men have shown signs of Outfielders, in addition to Nebe- audy
' their work handed out in daily. Slagle, Middleton, and Kaplan. I-
practice brings a smile to the face' Park Plan
~of the Wolverine mentor. Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
;Not wishing to flake any chanced' $2.25 for the half year.E erbd
- Wveryoe
I ~' ~ ~ _______________________

heC only Michigan player able to I
ovate the hoop. Hle dropped in
lirec field goals to keep "the teamI
n. the running.
More thani a little of the'
credit 'for Michigan's victory
in. the final 10) minutes of th~e
}Gopher game is dlue to the fact
that the Northmnen lived uip to
their reputation of being the
outstanding team in the Con-,
ference for committing fouls.
No less than 13 infractions of the
ules 'were charged against Mc-
Uilan's team and the Wolves man,
,ed to convert 12 of their .19 char-
ty shots into counters, and seven
Ithese gratis points caine in the
ast 10 minutes after Minnesota
La been tumbled from her one
oint lead.
Aix instrumental factor in$
the recent pace set by the
Michigan quintet has been thieI
remarkable all-around work of

Captain Ernie McCoy, who, has
cstab~.shed himself ,as one of
the outstanding performers in
the Big Ten,
In addition to his faultless de-
fensive play. McCoy heas contrib-
uted in no small way to the. oft en-
sive power of the team. He gar-
nered three field goals and a free
throw in the Iowa game and a bas-
ket and a free throw against .Min-

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