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BASEBALL SQUAD STARTS WORK IN YOST FIELD I

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GEORGE ELIGIBLE TOR6NTO ' VTEAM NEXT
FOR MAT SQUAD FOR MIIIGAN TANKMEN
With two Conference victories to
their credit, Michigan's swimmers
will go outside Big Ten circles this
week to engage the Toronto Y. M.
C. A. in an international dual meet.
The Toronto 'Y' natators will come
Ito Ann Arbor Saturday night for a
T f return meet with the Wolverines
r in the new Intramural building
pool. Michigan defeated the Cana-
dians in December at Toronto.
An added feature of the Meet,
>Saturday will be a water polo game
between Michigan and the Detroit
Yacht club. The Yacht club water
poloists are state A. A. U. champ-j
ions. The Wolverines had littlei
trouble winning their first game{
from Indiana by a 7-0 score.
Next week on Feb. 20 Coach
Mann's squad will go to Grand
Rapids for a meet with the Grandt
Rapids Y. M. C. A. A dual meeti
with Michigan State follows on Feb.I
27. Arrangements are also being
made for a meet between the sec-;
ond string Michigan natators and l
Ypsilanti Normal. The Spartans
and Teachers will both compete in I
the pool here.c
Cu11 PSI WINS IN FIRST i
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Martin, Drabicki, Prickard, Bol.- IIU
cean, Compton and Whitney. The
latter has not as yet reported Michigan's intramural h o c k e y
for practice but is expected to get season got off to a successful start
into uniform soon. Stevens, H. Hil, Monday nght when Chi Psi proved
Moyer, Freeman, Maeder, a n d *. awiner over Psi Upsilon in the
Duckman are the aspiring catchers. rstitrmural hockey me
Dril Piches .*..attempted at the university. Five
Drill Pitchcrs :.;s. :.
Coach Fisher expects to devote teas in division and iite com-
the present week to the pitchers. tit to
The battery candidates reported Chi Psi in negotiating a 3-1 win
when possible during the examina- Ed George over Psi U stamped itself as a logi-
tion period and the work this week Heavyweight wrestler, who won cal contender in the uest fr in
should put the pitchers i pretty by default against Northwestern. tramural honors. The State street
good shape. Infielders and outfield- George, a letterman was a member pucksters scored in each of the
ers are due to start work next Mon- of the American Olympic team last three periods and it was only due
day although a number are al- summer. to erratic work in the scoring zone
ready in uniform--and 'are gtigjTA that they did not win by a top-
accustomed to baseball onte more. FISHER'S TEAM TO MAKE eavy margin carryin the fe
The cage was paut up for the first0MAE Ihaymricryngteof-
tige last Monday with the baseball. AMETRIP ASIN 19281sive over the greater part of the
-hels odywt h aealA N12 three periods. In the first stanza
squad limited to the floor space ____,he eid. ntefrtsaz
bsed tbal h ourt The Mihgan'variDenton evaded the Psi U defense
south of the basketball court. The(eMichnig ' varsity baseball squad men and scored on a close in shot I
present number of candidatesal- will play tle same schedule on the fafter three minutes of play. In
ready quite fills up the space com- southern trip this spring as last the second period after seven min-
fortably and crowded quarters will 1 year according to the new card lutes of play Nelson scored after aI
probably be experienced by next which has just been released. The mixup near the goal for the second
week when the other aspirants Wolverine nine will hook up with Chi Psi counter. Dickinson broke!
flock into the field house. Cincinnati for one ae and will ointo the scoring column for Psi U!
Batting Practice Soon then continue further southward to by taking advantage of some faultyI
None of the pitchers are yet put- clash with Vanderbilt, Clemson stick handling with the third peri-
tCg anything on the ball and and Georgia in two game series od five minutes old.
Coach Fisher is quite prompt in Michigan has been very success- -_____________________
subduing any attempts at speed. No full in the past on these southerrI
batting drills will be engaged in jaunts, winning live out of the sev
until next week when the rest of en last spring. The sch(2dule fol- * Fraternite a:
the squad wil lhe given a chance lows: Cincinnati, April 8; Vander-
to club the "half speed" deliveries bilt, April 8, 9; Clemson, April 10,L st
that the hurlers will be tossing up, 11l; Georgia, April 12, 13. Let's get tOgethq
Only three veterans were lost PRINTING t
from last year, Bennie Oosterbann NEW YORK-After being defeat-e
at first, Loos at short, and Lange, ed last week by Ray Conger, Paavo specialize in a
an outfielder. Prospects are thus Nurmi is arranging to take sunt
quite good for another strong dia- baths to relieve stiff muscles. R
mond aggregation. Fisher is al- o-- Gie
ready looking optimistically for- I BASEBALL CANDIDATES I
wrard to an early spring in the hope
that the team may get more out- All other candidates for the f
side work than last year, when the I baseball team are requested toJL
team left for the spring trip with I report at the Yost Field house
but a few days work out of doorsI on Monday afternoon. All
Due to the examinations coming I those who were not on the Imi' r6ett
somewhat later this year than last,! I squad last year please bring I
the Wolverines are slower in get- I your own equipment. 711 N. University Ave. Plhoi
ting started than the rest of the I Coach Ray Fisher
Big Ten schools. This is not wor-00--------a
rying Coach Fisher any since the ___________________J____________
squad can get in enough work in-,
side the field house although a few fUICK SERVICE
extra days out of doors would be NUIE WRAVC
welcome.
Lunches at all hours-clean,
NEW YORK.-Bob Shawkey, one- tasty food ready to serve. Try
time mound 'tar, may rejoin the u l o1rmeals - there are boime
Yankees a coaching capacity, better. - 1111

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Expressing himself as being more
than pleased with the showing
which his men m a d e against
Northwestern Monday night, but
Wolverine Five Is Weak on Short also promising more stiff work for
Shots Under Basket; Defense them in the future, Coach Keen
Off-Color at Times stated yesterday that the Wolverine
matnien diplayed the best form ofI
WILDCATS RE IMPROVED h present season in their meet
W1LM 7A S RE IPROED 'iththe Purple.I
At the same time Coach Keen
Weakness on short shots and a stated that the Northwestern team
c onsider a b1e improvement in was in a greatly weakened condi-
strength by Northwestern were the I tion due to injuries aid ineligibility.
causes' for Monday night's defeat Both of the men who were to op--
inflicted on Michigan, according to pose Captain Warren a n d Ed
Coach George Veenker. The Wild- George were declared ineligible just
cats in achieving a one point vie- before the match, while, other vet-
tory, 24 to 23, on their horn, court, erans were on the hospital list,
were the first of the 'big Ten The showing which the Wolves
schools to upset the Wolverines and made, however, was a most note-
the deed threw the conference race worthy one and Coach Keen feels
into a three way tie- involving that his men have a good chance
Michigan, Purdue and Wisconsin. to cop the divisional title. However,
The five ' ion men" ' ruskowski Indiana also has a strong team this
Orwig, Chapian, Rose, and McCoy year with wins over Purdue and
played through the entire game Ohio to their credit, but the return
for Michigan, but lacked the cus- of Ed George and Red Elliot to the
tomary accuracy on shots from un- squad have greatly improved the
der the hoop while the usual strong Wolverine chances of repeating
defense was also missing fire dur- their former success on the mat.I
ing portions of the game. So far this year Kelly, a new
corner to the team is high point
Bergherm Stars man with 12 counters to his credit.
It was Bergherm's fault that the Kelly has been 'winning all of hisi
Wolverines were forced to bow to matches with large time decisions,
a crippled Wildcat quintet. Berg- and should prove to be one'of Vi
herm, tall substitute center who was Coach Keen's most valuabe men! j
taking Rut Walter's place, con- I before the season is over.n
nected on two free throws and a I Much of the success in the meet .
basket with a couple of minutes of Monday night was due to the hard
play remaining and the four points work which the Varsity put in dur-c
thus accumulated wiped out a ing the week before the contest. |
three-point advantage h e ld by The matmen worked hard twice a
Michigan. . day, and Coach Keen feels that {
Bergherm got his chance on the these double workouts were in a I
two free throws after McCoy fouled large measure responsible for the I
him, the only personal chalked up overwhelming victory.
against the Michigan captain dur- The Hoosier mat team is in a tie{
ing the entire game, The Wildcat with Michigan for the lead of the{
tipoff man then sank the winning western division of the ConferenceE
basket and the game was soon over. with two victories to its credit, and
"These one point games belong to can be given the lead since the
whichever team is ahead when the Wolverines have only conquered
;un sounds," is the way Coach one opponent. However, both teams
Veenker summed up the game, have a 1,000 average. Next in the I
- ratings is Purdue with .500, having
INTRAMURAL MANAGERS I a victory over Ohio State and a loss
----- to Indiana on its record. In the
All second semester fresh- 11 cellar are Northwestern and Ohio
men wishing to try out for In- ( State, the Purdue with one loss and
tramural managers call at In- I the Buckeyes with two.
tramural sports buildings any I
afternoon this week. TYPEWRITING
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Michigan In This l~leet Is
Not Yet Decided
HOLD ELIMINATION SERE
With the first Conference meet of
the season scheduled for this Fri-
day when the Varsity teamtrels
to Champaign to meet the Illini,
Coach Johnston o6f the Wolverine
fencing team is driving his Wien
hard in order 'to get them in condi-
tion for the trip.
The team which will represent
Michigan at this meet will consist
of Captain Lazar, Stolpmah,- and
either Friedman or Shutz in the-
foils; Wiggers and either Winer or
Dowsett in the epee; and Ha'mmer
and Gorden in the sabre. The un-
decided positions 'on the team of
seven will be determinied today.
Elimination contests will be run 6f
with the winners of the matches to
go on the trip.
Coach Johnston, who is Athletic.
Director of the Pontiac High School
and is available for the pbsitien of
Wolverine mentor through t h,6
courtesy of 'the Pontiac "Board of
Education, feels that his men have
shown a great deal of improvement
in their training season and that
they will be able to offer stif fo;n-
petition for the best which the Big
Ten has to offer. About sideen
men are reporting regularly foi the
team and these aspirants pus up 'a
good fight for positions on the r6g-
ular team.
Illinois has a strong fencing teani
this year and in addition has had
the advantage of participating in
two meets, thus gaining additional
experience.

Red Elliott
Letterman from the 1928 squad,
who won his first match this year
in the 135 pound class against Wal-
ters of Northwestern Monday by a
wide time margin of 6:10. This.
was his first match with the mat
squad after his return to the team
this semester.
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.BASEBALL MANAGERS I
I All sophomores wishing to I
try out for baseball manager
should report at 3 o'clock any I
day this week at the field I
| house. J
Robert Deo, Manager I

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