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,Y; MARCH -0, 1929

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REPORT TO

FISHER

KAMTZ mCOY READY'
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011soth
RATERVENARE KPT
With two members of the Var-
sity basketbal squad already. re-
porting for . duty an'd ith the bas-
ketbal1 floor removed from the field
4o1se, the baseball squad is set-
tling: down to the intensive work
ahead' before the spring training
trip.
Earnest McCoy and Tharel Kan-1
itz-'are' the two new additions to the
squaiad. McCoy was a catcher ont
last year's team relieving the vet-
Bran', Gus Reichmafl and' also play-Ca
ed in the outfield in his first yea I
on- the team. Kanitz is listed with
the' outfield prospects.a
d'oor Removedl
The removal of the basketb4all
floor. has relieved the congestionj
which had prevailed during theE
practice sessions heretofore. Field-
ors now have lots of room to prac-
tice in while the hitters can con-
tinue to "get' their eye" on the ball
in the two batting cages at the
extreme southern end of the' fieldf
house:
Coach Fisher made the fial' cut l
in .the squad early in. the week andl
no further reduction will be con-
sidered, until after the spring i
training trip. Fourteen infield andv
outfield,, candidates remain on thec
roster While no, reduction has beena
neaude in the battery men.
Four Are Outfielders It
The' list of the fielders who arer
now oni tht squad contains the
following names: Louis Kubicek,a
Harry Eastman, Clarence Libman,v
F. B.Moodie, Harvey Straub,
George Squier, Louis Weintraub
William Garrison, Harold Myron,a
and A: F. Centenni, are the infield-t
ers, whle Tharel Kanitz, -Captain .
Donald' Corriden, George Slagle,C
Raymon d Neblung are the out-t
fielders
The' final selection' of the staff2
of pitchers and catchers will prob-
ably tie' made' after the squad getsc
out of~ doors or after the springf
training trip Ad~ the present timef
the pitchers ae capable of puttingr
quite g, lot of "stuff" on the ball,C
but the hitters are still cloutingt
the leather hard. McCoy and Kan-s
itz were both hitting hrd yester-f
day..a
Coach Fisher has announced that 1
he will"not hol d any infield drillsC
In Ytheneld hose this year. In the
past, n1xakeshif infields have been
devised - and fielding practice held,a
but thecoach has decided to aban-
don this customi on acount of the
roughness of the dirt floor.
DEtRIT.-Frankie Daley of theF
Houghton club, of the Michigana
hockey league, has been purchased
by the' Detroit' Cougars.r
Buy an 'Ensian subscription now
for $5.50, and you will be sure of i
receivinig a copy in the .spring.

j INTERSCHOLASTIC MANAGER I
TRYOUTS,
IAll second semester freshmen
' and sophomores who wish to try
Iout for interscholastic than-
j ager will please report at the In- 1
j tramural building at 10:30 thisj
morning;
} ~Roert W. Many,.I
j Interscholastic Manager.}
FAVOR HIGHLAND
PARK SWIMM1ERS
(Continued F rom Page 6)
several of the existing marks by
the boards.
The complete list of entries in-
ludes Northern, orthwestern,
Central, Redford, and Highland
Park from Detroit., Other'Michigan
contestants are Lansing, Wyan-
doeettte, Kala~ azoo, Ann Arbor,
ooeetol Ypsilanti, Pontiac,
Flint Central, Jackson, and Battle
ICreek: The Chicago' league, long
a hotbed for swimming talent, of-
fers Tilden Tech, Hyde Park, Wall-I
er, Senn, and Roosevelt. Indiana
Shortridge of Indianapolis, Lake-
wood, Ohio, and Pittsburgh, Penn.
complete the list of entries.
While Highland Park is easily
favored over, the field to gain
team honors, Detroit Northern and
Tilden Tech of Chicago are expect-I
ed to press the defending cham-
pions for top laurels. Last year
in all' of the four major meets in
which the Polar Bear natators
competed the, majority of the first
places fell to the lot of the Blue
and White but it is expected that
the inroads of out of state com-
petition will break this record.
P e rha ps most' outstanding
among the "foreign" competition
will appear in the free style events.
Brock of Whiting high of .Indi-
ana by eary season perform'L
ances is stamped as a leader in
this event and is expected. to clip
the mark of 25.6 made by Horace
Craig of Detroit Northwestern for
the 50 yard free style. The
Hoosier is credited with a mark of
24.9 in this event this year.(
Other competitors wo are'l
counted on to make the .50 ,yardt
free style closely, contested are!
Ballard of Detroit Northern, Car-
ruthers of Highland Park, and
Oliver of Detroit NorthW3tern. In
the century free style the 11osier
sprint artist is also stahiped as a
favorite for individual" honors
along with Kawicki of Highland
Park, Ballard of Northern;, and
Oliver of Northwestern
Back Strokers Are Strong-
Back stroke competition fromr' tX11
advance predictions will resolve'
into a matter of an attempt on the
part of Curruthers and Meigs of;
Highland Park ,tp upset Carrik of
Pittsburgh in his attempt to carry
a title out of the state
In the 220 yaxd free sty.eqeevent
EKlintworth' of Highland. Park, last
,year's winner, will defend his
laurels. Competition inI this event
is expected to come largely from l
the Chicago schools1

I IUjhAMIUHAI UflEvrvVARSITY WESTLING .TEAM MEETS
IIIII1~lIfl IUUIL~ ILLINOIS- AT CHAMPAIGN* TONIGHT
TEAMS RE9t]lMlE PLA (Continue~d Fro Page 6) t his opponents to gain thr~ee falls
Le ' ad..s i ,y I 'Fomshift Captain, Morrison to oppose WThes Strong lit final Bouts
,es"CanrfieistspiyTar airmThelasttwobouts: will see' two
lIn Winning'-- Oklan Elliott to give the newly eligibleoftebsWlvrnsDugvt
From Oaklaiysf t e, b sCaolveiee.luganothera vetthird year vet- andICamp ell rGeorge; eetopposingl twool I strongge,
PROUSi IS~Pi{SE SAR~i unbatenthis year, in the 1481 Bulrdick.. Both Ton koff and Doug-
MUSE-IS OFENS- ARavito, Who will meet in the light
pound class. Camipbell; however, lheavyweigh't encounter, have lost
Thie Les Canadiens of the Cam has sustained a side. injury_ whicl~ but one bout this ,year.
nadian' 'Divisiohl of the Intramnural has kept him out of stvreralptac-I Ed,, George, Michigan's Olympic
hockey league' displayed' the best tices, and there is a possibility' that finalist, and Nd tionai A. A. U.
opukcaigdslydhis special exam-taking may be. heavyweight~ champion, should
this yerwe'hywnaoeueesadta'CahKne have ,little' trouble with Burdick in
sided, yet spirited gam~e from the myb o rcd ous Fod thie final' miatch. In his one bout
Oakland Gulkeys, 8-0 . Brittai'.u in this veight. " ~ tis year George gained a fail 'in
Te Les Canadiens started hi Warre ' Claypool ' eet''g five minutes, and is expected to
scoriag attack in earnest in the The 158 pound bout will bring; repeat' at the ' ulnk's expense.
seond and third periods when 'togethe~r two former' opponen ts,
they passed the Gaulley's goalie Captain 'Warren ~cf' Michig r axalsi+, NEW YORK- Jimmy MeLarnim
seven times after scoring only once Claypool, another three' year vet- anid' Rayr Miller, the' Chicago left
in' the' opexning stanza. era-n, who lost to the Wolverine; in hoolk .artist, have been matched for
The. goalie on the winning club' the 1928 dual meet for the chamn- a 10 round battle to be staged at'
only made one stop during the ionship. Claypool has.' been uhn. Madison Square Garden, March 22.
defeated throughout the regular
game' as hi teamr mates repelled season again this year, and rates.~ CHICAGO - Tom Heeney has
the opposition attacks before they even with Warren, who has lost j ece hcg ocmec
passed center ice. Prouse was the. ece hcg ocmec
I individual' star. on the game with to Ross of Indiana and' Waismnith training for his match with Otto~
f our goals while Lenglen was a ofPrde Van Porat at the' Coliseum, Tues-
close second with three. !Russ' Crane, star football guxard, dlay' night.
g~xIm ak d the' sixth and last Indian 'vet- '
The forthconminggame b tween em il~ne akro'ihg~
the Canadiens and the Northern in a clash o'f two undefeated 168
Lights will bring together the two pounde'rs. The. Illini matman sus-
stronPgest tea ms in the league 'a'nd tamned his sole defeat in Conifer-,'
establish one of the teams as the ence wrestling at the' hands of ______,.,________
probable winner" of the division Captain Donahoe of Michigan in4
champinship.an overtime' bout last year, but
Parker, though .lacking experience, AW -N t
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s who will speak on
"Peinciples and Methods"
at .
I ST. ANDREWS CHURCH
SSUNDAY, MARCH 10TH, AT 11 A. M.

FIRS'TJMETHODIST
Cor. State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, B.D., Minister
Samuel J. Harrison, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10':30 a.. m.-Morni'ng Worship.
Speaker, Professor Harris
Franklin RBail of Garrett Bibli-
cal ,Institute.
112' M;.=Three Bible Classes for
6Students,:
6 p.' m.:--Wesleyan Guild D~vo-
tional meeting. Alice Under-
wood, leader.
7 p. m.-Open House at Wesley
Hll.
7:30 p. m. a-- Evening Worship.
"Blessed Be Thomas," Rev.
Samuel J. Harrison, preacher.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Sts.
Merle if. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate
rMi%*. Nellie B.; Cadwell, Secretary
for eWoeni

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, below State
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard It. Chapmnan, University
Pastor
10:30-Morning Worship; Ser-
mon by Mr. Sayles. Subject:
"The Simplicity of Jesus."
12-The Church School.
12- Student Group at Guild
House. Mr. Chapman, leader.
5:30-Special friendship hour to
meet Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Water-
man.w
6:30-Dr. Waterman, Head of
Semitics, will speak of his ex-
cavation work on the site of
ancient Opis, Mesopotamia.
Bef
consistent,
ZION LUTHERAN 010URCH
wallhington St. at Fifth Ave'.
F . .StIuflato
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10:30 -Service., Sermnob, ."The
Work of Works'."

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(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth- Ave. between Packard
and Williams
9-Sunday school.
10 - English Service. Sermon
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Salvation."
11- German service. Sermon
topic,, "Our Suffering Savior."
7--Young People's H-our.
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4:6*9 S. Division St.
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'11:45 ia. m.---Stind ty S0hoo1 fol-
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FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
Corner_ State and William Sts.
Allison Ray Heaps, Ministe r.
9:30:--Church school.
10:45- Morning Worship. Ser-;
mon topic, "Wthat Shall We
Believe Concerning the Bible."
5:30--Student Fellowship supper.
6:30-H. C. Chang" of China' is
speaking "Taoism -"Canon of
Reason and Virtue."
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EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. fhenry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mtr. T. 'L. harris, Assistant .
8:00 -I Hoy Communion.
9:30-Student Holy Commuionb
in Chapel of Harris Hall.
1 1-Mornit g Prayer and Address'
by Dr. C. C. Little. Sujet,
"Prineiples and Methods,"
1:O~S,i1ent Supper.
7:30---Evening Serviemand Ad.-
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jest, "The Church and Chris
tHan 1U itIy."
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CHURCH
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C. A. Braneir, Pastor
M.~~h 10li11t--Dedicatioii of New
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church).
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6C: 30-Young People's Meetin g.
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