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February 21, 1918 - Image 3

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TTERI MENTOREPOR
EIGHT PLAYERS ON HAND
FOR WORK YESTER-
DAY

Varsity Off On
Two Game Jaunt
witceell's Men Play Indiana And

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Coach Lundgren .wants more men to
It report for early baseball practice at
f 1 o'clock this afternoon, so that he
- will be able to start the hard drive
y of training before the weather per-
- mits out-door work. The battery can-
t didates are scarce as but two new men
reported this afternoon, Morrison and
. Myraz. These men were given a light
p practice with the big mit and a few
laps around the track as a wind-up.
Cooper, infielder and outfielder last
n year, was out in a suit yesterday and
from the present appearances, Coach
Lundgren may shift him to first base
position. Ruzicka, Bob Glenn, Tommy
Adams, Knode and Gilmartin did not
don baseball togs at yesterday's prac-
tice but signified their intentions of
reporting today for Varsity practice.
Wallie Nieman, Michigan's former
football and baseball star, is back to
Ann Arbor on furlough from theGreat
Lakes and the Jackie showed much
interest in Coach Lundgren's pro-
teges. Parks, the speed artist of last
year's nine and on whom Coach Lund-
gren based his hopes as a hurler this
year is at the navy training camp with
Nieman.
Ruzicka says his knee is coming
around in good -shape and the star
hurler .will soon be seen shooting
the fast ones over the pan in the big
cage.
Coach Lundgren, confronted with
the same problem that the coaches of
the fall sports had to contend with,
the dearth of material, is of the opin-
.ion that the Michigan nine will be of
equal calibrejto the Conference teams
Judging from the players that have
thus far reported for practice. He is
anxious to get an early start in order
to fill up the vacant positions and
make necessary shifts which must be
done in order to 'bolster up the weak
spots.
Large Number To
Compete In Meet
Varsity Meet Saturday Night Attracts
Many, I)eclares Coach
Steve Farrell x
Coach Farrell states that a large
number of men have signed up for
next Saturday's inter-class track meet
on the chart in Dr. May's ofi.
Competition in the different events
promises to be keen, especially in the
Fresh-Soph relay. "Red" Donnelly is
the only "M" man in school this year,
and he will probably be seen in the
mile with Captain Sedgewick, on the
night of the meet.
Waterman gym will be closed on
Washington's birthday so it will be
necessary for all candidates compet-
ing in Saturday's contest to finish up
their training today.
The entry list will be open until
Saturday morning and anyone who
has not signed up yet may do so by
seeing Coach Farrell or putting their
name on the chart in Dr. May's office
at Waterman gym.
Buy your alarm clocks at J. L
Chapman . Jeweler. 11.8 8 Ml
-Ada

'Northwestern Friday aiid
Saturday
Crach Mitchell's basket tossers will
depart at 6:05 this evening for Bloom-
ington, Ind., for a tilt with the Hoos-
iers Friday afternoon. The game waa
originally .scheduled for the evening
but the time was changed to 4 o'clock.
Michigan will not arrive until 3:55
and the men will not have a rest froin .
the long trip. This is a great disad-
vantage and the boys will have to
fight extra hard to make up for it.
The team will leave for Evanston
Friday night and engage the Purple
there on Saturday. The probable line-
up for both these contests is: Emery
and Hewlitt, forwards; McClintock,
center; Rychener and Boyd, guards.
Later, Bornstein, and Ruzicka, whose
leg has almost recovered from the in-
jury sustained Monday night, will take
the trip also.
Coach Mitchell gave the men who
are to start against Indiana a very
short workout last night, while the
others scrimmaged a freshman quin-
tet.
Gordon, '21, Attacked by Appendicitis
J. F. Gordon, '21, was sent to the
University hospital Tuesday with ap-
pendicitis.

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