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Hoosiers Start Tour
Of Southland Friday
Annual Invasion Will Open Spring TN TY N
Sport Schedule For Indiana
Varsity Athiletes
I Schedule Arranges For TwoP


Asbeck And Kiegler Hurl
For Winners; Iill And
Star At Bat

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stop worrying about the standings' Meet Opens Season

Playing their 'second practice
ame of the season, Coach Ray
'isher's baseball squad worked out
n south Ferry field yesterday
fternoon. The Regulars, with
.sbeck and Kiegler in the box.
rimmed the Yannigans, 4-1, in an
ight innings game marked by
ght hitting on both sides.
.Although no attempt was made
o divide the players according to
bility, the Regular lineup con-
lined most of the veterans. Coach
'isher is still busy getting a line
n the merits of the various can-
Pitchers Look Gob44
All the pitchers looked good for
' early in the season. Asbeck held
he opposition to one run in four
inlng , while Kiegler pitched' a
hiutout the remaining four frames.
he Regulars scored four runs off
oltzman of the Yannigans in the
rst four innings, but Compton
lanked them the' last four.
Mc fee was at first for the regu-
ars, Fisher giving the star hurler,
chance to show his hitting prow-~
ss. 'Straub at second, Weintraub
t third, and Libman at short corn-
leted the infield. Truskowski,
ebelung, and Myron made up the
itfield 'for the regulars. Hill and
elchman shared the backstop
Yannigan Lineup
For the Yannigans, Squier was at
.rst, Moodie at second, Doran at
iird, while Centenni filled the
iortstop position. Captain Cor-
ident, Slagle, and Garrison cm-
osed the outer garden. Duckman
nd Biedenwieg alternated behind
he bat.
Hill contributed the longest hit
' the day, a long triple. Straub
as also handy with the stick,
etting several hits. On the whole,
owever, the hitting was rather
eak. This can probably be attrib-
te to the fact that the players
ave not become used to the bright
nlight yet, as they have been ac-
istomed to the dim interior of the
eld house.
raternities To Hold
Track Meet Monday
Preliminaries in the annual in-
erfraternity indoor track meet will
e run off at the field house to-
lorrow night with between 14 and
9 mien entered in every events.
eventeen fraternity houses will be
e5resented when the contestants
Lie, the field in this meet.
Every effort will be made to com-
lete the final rounds during the
rst night of competition but it is
gcted that due to the large
urfiber of entrants that the finals
f The meet will be held Tuesday
tgtt. The list of entrants was
ndited somewhat by the regula-
ons of the meet which state that
ne man can compete in only two
vets or in only one, event if it is
f 440 yards or more.
'I9he events included in the meet
re the high jump, the 65 yard
ash, the 50 yard dash, the half
iile, the broad jump, the shot put,
he 65 yard high hurdles, the 440
ard run, the mile run and the
ole vault. The 50 yard dash has
he largest number of contestants
ith 39 entered.

(,pecial To The Dail)
'BLOOMINGTON, Ind., March -23..
-The spring season of sports will
make its debut at Indiana Univer-
sity when the Crimson baseball
team leaves for an invasion of the
South, preparatory to opening their
schedules at home.
Coach Everett S. Dean's diamond
men are expected to be in good1
condition for their first game of
the training camp series with the
Umiversity of Mississippi this Fri-
day. The Hoosiers have been prac-
ticing: since 'the first of February
in the fieldhouse, and just recent-
ly played their first game out of
Coach Dean said today that he
was undecided about who will be
included in the: roster of the squad
which will maike the jaunt. Try-'
outs have been held all the past
week, and the final list probably
will be ready for announcement
Tuesday, he said. The competition
to fill the large number of vacanies
on the Indiana team has ben ex-
ceptionally keen this year.
A team composed mostly of soph-
omores will represent Indiana this
year on the diamond, the Indiana
mentor said. The only veterans
who will be back in uniform are
Capt. Pooch Harrell, of Indiana-
polis, third baseman and home run
wizard; ,Paul, Balay, first baseman.
of Indianapolis; Russ Paugh,
pitcher, of Acton; Carl Boroughs,
shortstop, of Merom; John Mag-
nabosco, catcher, of Clinton; and

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Last Season

Contests Than Were Played

James Hickey,

outfielder, of Mor-

Russ Sauer, Freshman wrestling
coach, will take 13 men to Flint
Saturday where they will enter
the State A. A. U. meet there. All
of the men will enter the meet un-
Nine of the men who will make
the trip are members of the Fresh-
man squad which includes Alding-
er, Dairymple and Sorensen, who
won championships in their classes
in the All-Campus wrestling tour-
riey held last week.
In addition to the Flint meet, the
Freshnian grapplers are looking
forward to the All-Frosh meet
which will be held in Waterman'
Gym, April 4-5. The three Fresh-
men who won division champion-
ships will be excluded from the
All-Frosh meet, Coach Sauer an-
I The following men will enter the
meet: 118 lb., Aldinger, Spencer;
126 lb., Dayrymple, Bennets; 135
lb., Larson, Duncan; 147 lb., Benz,
Hoackland; 160 lb., Brockmeyer,
Studeville; 174 lb., Richardson; un-
limited, Sorenson, Oliver.
MADISON, Wis., March 23-Thir-
ty boxers in 10 different classes wll
take to the r'ing .next Tuesday,
March 26, in the semi-finals of
Wisconsin's All-University tourna-
ment. The evening's card will in-
clude 15 bouts of three two min-
ute rounds each. Fans will see 45
rounds of action, and plans are
being .made to accommodate a
capacity crowd in the Armory
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With the addition of Meiji uni-
versity of -Japan to the list of Wol-
verine ;diamond opponents, the
completed baseball schedule now
calls for 29 games for Coach Fish-
er's team, two more than were play-
ed last year.
The schedule for the spring train-
ing trip to the south, which will
start April 5 and finish on the 14th,
is identical with that of last year.
Cincinnati will again provide the
first collegiate opposition for the
Wolverines in a single encounter on
April 6, while two game series at
Vanderbilt, Clemson, and the Uni-
versity of Georgia will complete the
pre-Conference - engagements. f
the Michigan nine will again
play twelve Conference games, the
only change in the Wolverines' Big
Ten schedule being the replace-
ment of Indiana by Minnesota,
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Yale Natators Best
Rutgers Tank Starg
Results of the recent Yale-Rut-
gers dual swimming meet held re-
cently at New Haven are nearly
an exact parallel to the Michigan-
Northwestern meet of March 21.
Yale won this meet by virtue of
winning the relay after the teams
tied at 31 points apiece with two
disqualifications marring the ex-
pected outcome.1
Millard, Yale's star breast strok-l
er, was disqualified for using an l -.
legal kick, and first place awarded I
to Cronin of Rutgers. This re-
sembles the Michigan-Northwest..
ern meet, when Goldsmith of the
Wolverines won the breast stroke
after Petersen was ruled out for
two illegal turns.
With the outcome depending up-
on the relay, Kojac, the Rutgers
anchorman, just nosed out How-
land of Yale by inches for first
place. However, the race was given
to Yale, as a judge claimed that
Tilley of the Rutgers team, had
failed to touch properly on one of
his turns. This caused a 31-3'1 tie,
and under Intercollegiate swim-
ming association rules the meet-'
went to Yale, as in case of a tie
the winner of the relay wins the
Kojac was the star of the meet,
scoring 10 points for Rutgers. The
Olympic back stroke ace won both
the 100 yard free style and the
150 yard back stroke, and then
climaxed his performances with a
wonderful last leg on the relay
team when he just touched out
Howland, oiily to see the meet go
to Yale when Tilley's turn caused
the disqualification.
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Developing teams which have
finished the Conference race
either as chaospions or runners-
up every year except one while he
has been Varsity baseball coach at
Michigan, Ray Fisher has done a!
great deal toward adding to theI
prestige of Wolverine athletics. I
Coach Fisher-as had wide ex-
perience both Is a player and'
coach, and whil4 he takes the
yearling grid - hopefulls in hand
during the fall season, baseball is
his long suit. He is a hard and
thorough worker, and is known as
one of the best college diamond
mentors in the cpuntry.
Middelbury College was the scene
of Mr. Fisher's first athletic tri
umphs as he attracted consider-
able attention as an all-around
athlete, starring as a pitcher in
baseball and playing important{

roles on Middlebury's other teams.
After graduating in 1909, Coach
Fisher went directly to the New
York Yankees and held a regular
pitching position until 1918 when
he answered the call to arms.
After his release from the serv-
ice he went to the Cincinnati Reds
and pitched for the National
league club in 1919 and 1920, and
at the same time held the position
of athletic director of his alma
mater. During his off seasons he
found time to give pitching courses
at the Springfield Y. M. C. A. col-
Since coming to Michigan in
1921, Coach Fisher has enjoyed the
best of success, Wolverine teams
|having won the Big Ten cham-
pionship, in 1922, 1925, 1926 and
1928, while Michigan finished see-
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