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DOZEN P.AYERS REPORT
FOR BATTERY BERTIHS
LIUN IGRIN URGES MORE PITCH-
ERS TO TRY OUT FOR
STAFF
At present Coach Lundgren has
about seven pitchers and a similar.
number of catchers working daily in
the gymnasium and the coach is anx-
ious to see more men in the school
who have any ability in catching or
pitching to report for practice and.
loosen out the kinks before the stren-
uous practices begin. These candi-
dates have passed the primary stage.
of sore arms but the coach has put
the taboo on the fast ones until the
squad is able to cavort on the dia-
mond on Ferry field.
Though the call for infielders and
outfielders has not yet been given sev-
eral of the boys have taken advantage
of the opportunity to work up their
wind and get accustomed to the pill by
reporting at the gym during the bat-
tery workouts. Coach Lundgren has
given the early reporters pointers in
stopping the fast grounders and the
candidates will be in fair condition
when the first call for candidates for
the fielding positions is sounded.
Seven Catchers Reporting
The men who have signed the chart
as candidates for the catching staff
on the Varsity nine are, Morrison,
Gennebach, Mraz, Payne, Hayes, Bige-
low, and Wortnich. The work of these
men in the gym shows that the ability
of the .catching staff is average, but
the coach is still angling around for
some niew blood to report for prac-
tice. There are several mei in col-
lege who are known to be first class
catchers and the coacht hopes that
these men swill come out. and bolster
up thencompetition for the catching
position, which has been weakened.
by the absence of letter men in school'
this year.;
On the pitching staff thus far Coach
Lundgren has several new players
and after the team is able to get out-
doors the coach will give each man: a
thorough tryout before he cuts the
squad. The men who have signed up,
are Ruzicka, Glenn, Goldsmith, Crock-
ett, Gariepy, Saunders, and Westcott.

MILITARY NEWS

Early Spring !

men an oppor-
rice, a splendid
a profession of
y gives a three

an L1 or L.a. degree
lege.
quiries to - the Supt. o
es Hospital, 60o South
iSt. t ouis, Mo.
:PECT TO DEFEAT
[NE;S BGMARGIN
b. 27.-That the Mar-
e able to win an over-
:ory over Michigan this
confident belief of the
oers. The team will
n Arbor tomorrow and
ct to have much trouble
f the Wolverines.
.ation which has been
nd Gorgas and Vollmer
astest in the Conference
yve nothing to fear from
aggregation, which has
ded in winning a "Big
The last time the two
,January, the Maroons
s by a 22 to 6 score, and

SHOULD SUPPORT TEAMI
SENIORS PLAN TO ATTEND GAME
AS EXAMPLE FOR REST OF
CAMPUS
A number of seniors who have as
yet been unable to reconcile them-
selves to the spectacle of Michigan's
continuous Conference basketball de=
feats are planning to -invade the;gym
Friday night for the Chicago game.
They have in mind arounsing some of
the old Michigan "pep" into the scene,
"pep~~ which seems to have lost itself'
within the maze of the opera, and
other exciting wartime. innovations.
These seniors have not entirely for-
gotten the fighting support given that
muddy day last fall when Michigan
gave Nebraska one of the surprises of'
her life. They see visions of a Irepe-
tition-without the mud. They want
a chance to stretch their lungs, after a
long winter of more or less stagnation.
They realize that their college course
is almost run, and desire to put forth
at least one mort parting shot to get
Michigan out of the rut, in which she
seems to be reclining at present.
An invitation is extended to seniors
in particular, and the campus in gen-
eral, to come over to the gym for the
game. Those of us behind the move
feel sorry that it is incumbent to take
the game away from Chicago, but in-
asmuch as she appears on the docket
for Friday, this cannot, of course be
helped.

"The athletic and gymnastic pro-
gram which has been given to the R.
Q. T. C. men is practically the same
as the standard exercises adopted in
the different United States army can-
tonment camps," stated Ifr. George A.
May yesterday afternoon. "Beginning
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon the men
will participate in actual contests,
whichare intended to rain the en
tire body." The following contests
will be held today:
First regiment: companies I and K,
relay racing; companies LandM,
rope climbing, standing broad jump.
The two groups will be reversed aft-
er the first half hour.
H. J. Weeks, a graduate from the
engineering college, who gained fame
on the Varsity football team while in
the University, has received a com-
mission as captain in the engineering
corps. Weeks' first notable piece of
work after his graduation was the
building of the concrete stadium on
Ferry field.
Col. Victor C. Vaughan will talk on
"The Path of the Hun," at 4 o'clock
this afternoon in the Natural Science
auditorium. The lecture will be ill-
ustrated by three reels of motion pic-'
tures, which are furnished by the
British government, showing the de-
vastated districts in Belgium and
France..
Harold C. L: Jackson, ex-'18, frmer
managing editor of The Daily, and R
D. O'Brien, a former University stu-
dent, are among those having the'
highest standing in the officers' school
at Camp Custer, according to inform-
ation issued, by the intelligence office
at the camp yesterday. Both the stu-
dents are in the artillery branch.
Where Are the Horses I
Two students were disucsing th
advantages and disadvantages of the
R. O. T. C. Finally the non-member
asked the cadet: j{aven't the offic-
lals taught you something useful?
That is, have you learned to mount
guard yet?"
"Why, we haven't any horses," was
the astonishing reply.
The following basketball playing
schedule will be given at 8 o'clock to-1
night in Waterman gymnasium:
Eight o'clock- Company A, First
regiment vs. company I, Second regi-
ment, court 1, and company C, Se-
ond regiment vs. company L, First
regiment, court 4; 8:30 o'clock-
Headquarters company vs. company
B, Second regiment, court 4; and
company M, First regiment vs. com-
pany M, Second regiment, court 1.
Company E, First regiment, will
fall in opposite Hill auditorium at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon.
In case of good weather this after-
noon, the Second regiment will drill
outside instead of going to University
hall for a lecture, according to an an-
nouncement issued last night. The
companies will fall in opposite Hill
auditorium. This program will be
effective for the First regiment Friday
if the weather permits.
A list of the shoe checks which have
not been presented will be posted to-
day at the R. 0. T. C. office. "Unless
the cadets .present these checks before

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Sedgwick, Donnelly, Forbes, and
to Compose Two file Re-
lay Team

Stoll, Coach Gives Team
Maroon Style
ing

With only Ruzicka and Bob{
veterans Coach Lundgren is
pitchers and if more men do
out there will not be much
on the pitching staff.
For the fielding positions

Glenn as
short of
not turn
of a cut
the fol-

much

lowing men have reported, Garrett,
Leffen, Cooper, Langenham, Ippel,
Schermerhorn, and Schimmel. These
men are given daily workouts in toss-
ing the pill around and stopping
grounders.

Y-

After the time trials' yesterday af-
ternoon, Sedgwick, Donnelly; Forbes,
and Stoll were the men selected for.
the two-mile relay team to be taken
to the Illinois relay carnival. Of these
men Captain Sedgwick and Donnelly
are the only ones who have had any
experience in inter-collegiate meets.:
Johnson, star hurdler, is counted on
for points, and Zoellin, who is entered
in the sprints, pis expected to come
through. Haigh, a high Jumper, Bak-
er, a shot putter, and Cross, a pole
vaulter, are the other men who will
accompany Coach Farrell and Manag-
er Dudley to Urbana tomorrow.
Just where the Wolverines will
place among the teams entered is
difficult to dope out as little has been:
heard of the other collegs. In the
sprints, Zoellin will run up against
some stiff competition in Captain
Mulligan, of Notre Dame who equaled
the world's record in the forty-yard"
dash in a meet with Illinois last Sat-"
urday. The University of Chicago is
conceded to have a strong team in the.
two mile relay event, Coach Stagg hav-
ing had two veterans to build on.

AY

he first indoor in-
eet, which will be
K Saturday after-
assuming shape..
regiment is cred-
s for the different
have been turned
ries of the Second

SENIOR LIT. I

quired to wear white as has been the

ainary meet will be run
a previously printed pro-.
Nill contain all events.
imination of some af the
t Saturday, the men will
start to train for the
intercompany track meet,
a held on Saturday after-
9.
arthquake Kills 10,000
na, Feb, 27.-Nearly 10,-
lost their lives as a re-
recent earthquake in the
land, according to the
s from Swatow.

ATHLETIC HONORS WILL BE
AWARDED AT WOME'S BANQUET
Awards for athletic honors and bask-
etball numerals are to be given out at
the women's annual athletic banquet
to be held tomorrow night in Bar-
bour gymnasium. A cup will also be
awarded to the class securing the
greatest number of points during the
evening; points to be distributed as
follows : Five for the best stunt giv-
en by a basketball team, four for. the
second best, three for the best class
of college song, and three for the
largest number of members present.
The cup was won last year by the
class of '17.
Two aesthetic group dances will be
the feature of the cotillion which fol-
lows the supper, beginning promptly
at 8 o'clock. Favors are to be few
and simple, and women are not re-

custom in the past.
Guests are asked to come with a
partners for the evening, and it is hop-
ed that everyone will arrive in time
for grand march.
VARSITY FOOTBALL1 MAN GOES
TO AVIATION GROUND SCHOOL
Rex St. Clair, '18, a member of the'
Varsity football squad for the past two
years, leaves Monday for Boston to
enter the aviation ground school in
Boston Tech. Rex put in his applica-
tion for the aviation corps last No-
vember and went to Great Lakes sev-
eral weeks ago. His orders to change
to Boston were received only a few

Coach Mitchell let his bh
regulars off, last night, with
workout, at Waterman gymn
A blackboard talk on the
play used by Chicago was t
feature of the night's pract
with a short signal drill and a
bit of basket shooting after-w
Varsity mentor let his men g
intending -to give tnem two n
rest before the hard struggle
boys from the Windy City,'
to take place Friday.
The Reserves and the F
were put through 20 minutes o
mage which ended in a 14 to :
for the former. Later, the hu
ter of- the scrubs was the bigi
tor in the scoring and the to
of the five kept the yearlings U
air most of the time. The or
made for the first year men
pretty basket shot by Kapp
husky forward.
One of the features of the g
the playing of Mitchell, whoc
a scarcity of material filled in
ning guard. He was a facto
scoring to the extent of one
and his guarding was second
'Boyd's. The big captain w
called upon to make up for
of scrubs, and it was largely
his playing that the freshmen
one basket.
emery, the regular Varsity
is laid up with an attack of la
His place will probably be t
Bornstein.

H. G. Otis, '15, Made City Manager
Harold G. Otis, '15, has accepted a:
position as city manager in Auburn,
Me. Otis was located at Beuford, S.
C., before his recent promotion.
Dancng Friday adSaturday nights.
at the Armory.-Adv.
Always-Daily Bervice-Atways.

days ago. .Friday night it will be. assumed that.
they have been lost and shoes will not
8 More Enlist in Engineering Corps bereserved for'them," stated the com-
Eight more engineers have complet-P mandant yesterday.
ed the requirements for enlistment in
the engineers' reserve corps since the Famous Fullback Stationed Here
publication of the last ~ list. They Bottles Thomson, '14, is assigned
are: to -the ordnance faculty here and will
R. B. Munger, '19E, W. R. Cruse, be in Ann Arbor permanently.d He
'19E, W. H. Welch Jr., '20E, F. J. An- completed his ordnance training in
derson, '19E, J. V. Tracy, '20E, Fred the last course held here.;
Hendershot, '18E, H. J. Hamer, '18E, f_ _ _
H. S. Hodge, '20E. Fresh Engineers Elect Representatives
Freshmen engineers at their meet-
Free Exhibition of Raemaeker's ing yesterday elected Eric A. Ker-
Great War Cartoons, daily at James bey and Arthur M. Holmes to serve.
Foster's House of Art-Adv. I on the honor committee of the class.

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