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IE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AD LAVES3
Oven Men Dropped from Varsity
List; Number Reduced from
46 Candidates
KPECT ANOTHER REDUCTION
SBEFORE SOUTHERN JOURNEY
.tehers Unaffected by Latest Event;
Five Hurlers Lost by
Slicing
VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD
Catchers-Mattson, Underwood,
Morrison, Marcinkiewitz, Haidler,
[unne, and Hammond.
Pitchers-Parks, Cariepy, Brand,
Hibbard, Miller, Saunders, Lush,
)hlmacher, Glenn, and Robins.
First base-Birmingham, Coop-
ir, NeweUl, and West.
Second base-iddleditch and
[abadie.
Third base-King, Horwitz, and
[. farthn.
Short stop--Larson, Dancer, and
Walterhouse.
Outfield-Kirchgessner, Garrett,
Reem, Brandel, Johns, and Tay-
or.
'Down to bed rock" seems to be the
gan of Coach Lundgren.
Another cut in the Varsity squad
s announced yesterday afternoon
er the regular practice session. The
inber of candidates was lowered
An 46 to 36.
)ne new name was added which
anced the cut of 11 men. One
n was dropped from the pitching
and retained on the third base
ng line, otherwise the cut would
ve amounted to a total of 12. As
was 12 names were either shifted
eliminated, but only 11 were given
isports.
the coach stated that another cut
uld be forthcoming before the team
nt south, but was unable to give a
>spectve date for the event. He
led that it would come as soon as
isble, giving the men, some of
om have been on the sick list, suf-
ent time to demonstrate their abil-
Vot a single catcher was lost by
tue of the cut, but five pitchers
re dropped. One first basemen, two
ond basemen, one third sacker, and
eq outfielders are gone, while the
irt stop candidates all remain.
esterday's practice was featured
pegging from home plate to second
e. The backstoppers were given
ir first opportunity of the season to
w their ability to catch a base
iner stealing the keystone sack,
ich very favorable results.
ight Teams Run
In Semi- Finals
sh Engineers Set Fastest Record
i Monday's Races Against +
Time
ight teams have been chosen to
er the semi-finals for the class re-
championship. Six teams ran Mo-
against time after which the nec-
ary weeding was done by Director
we. These teams will run Thurs-
and the four of the eight win-
g will then fight it out among
mselves for the title.
'he fresh engineers set the fastest
e of the afternoon, running the dis-4
ce in 2:04 3-5, while the senior lits
second with a time of 2:06 1-5.

ides these, the medics, pharmics,
ts and soph lits, were, the others to]
iplete the distance. All'of these will
er the semi-finals. The fresh lits,
. fresh laws, who ran last week are*
other two teams that have quali-t
for the races next week.
rents Fail to Take Action on Pool
'rom all indications Waterman gym
I be without its swimming pool
ing the coming year. The board of
ents failed to take any action ati
[r last meeting and conditions are
ually unchanged.

Handball Tourney
ieginsTonight
Cups May be Awarded Winners Due
to Increase Interest in
Sport
Handball is now making it's bid' for
the limelight, with the tournament be-
ginning tomorrow afternoon. To date
there are 21 entries for the singles and
11 for the doubles, and it is expected
that more will be signed up before
the close of the listing tomorrow.
As there are a greater number go-
ing to bat the ball against the wall
this year than there was last year, it
is very probable that cups will be giv-
en to the winners. Dr. May made the
promise that if a sufficient number
were entered that the custom of last
year would be followed of giving such.
trophies and there seems to be more
interest this spring than last.
The handball courts will be in use
by the-entries every day until Easter,;
by which time it is hoped that thQ
championship will be decided.
CLOE ARTISTS TO MIX
THINGS TOMORROW NIGHT

ALL CLASSES REPRESENTED
EVENING'S EVENT; EXPECT
BIG ATTENDANCE

IN

CORNELL ROUNDING INTO
FORM FORCOMING MEET
EXPERIENCE DIFFICULTY FILL-
ING PLACES OF OLD POINT
WINNERS
(By Peter Vischer, Cornell Daily Sun.)
Ithaca, N. Y., March 13.-Cornell is
slowly rounding into form for the
track meet with Michigan Saturday
night.
Difficulty is being experienced in
finding men to take the place of point
winners in last year's intercollegiates
who were lost by graduation. Cornell
lost such men as Gubb in the hurdles,
Rip Van Winkle in the sprints, Taylor
in the 880 and the mile, and Hoffmire,
Potter, Frey, and Corwith, who fin-
.ished 1-2-3-4 in the two mile run' at
Boston.
Strong in Dashes and Hurdles
Cornell will present a very formid-
able front to Michigan in nearly every
event. In the 50-yard dash will be en-
tered Bartsch, Schackleton, Shiverick,
and Culbertson. The first two have
done 5 3-5 seconds in the 50 this sea-
son.
Watt, Cleminshaw, and Pratt are the
hurdlers who are expected to be taken
with Moakley. Watt is the best of the
trio,, and may be expected to place
without -difficulty.
Entrants in the 440 include Bartsch,
Shiverick, Schackelton, Crim, Shelton,
and Acheson. Crim is the fastest
among the bunch, placing heavily all
last season.
Windnagle May Run 880
Windnagle, of intercollegiate fame,
will probably appear in the 880 with
Leonard and McDermott. The last
mentioned is doing excellent work,
while . the name of Windnagle alone
signifies strength in a longer run.
Cornell should be very strong in
the event in which Captain Carroll
stars. Aside from the spectacle of
Windnagle, the Big Red will have
Dresser and Wenz, both strong men,
and McDermott. Wenz is a comer, and
may be expected to give Windnagle a
strong fight before the season is over.
Wenz was the cross country leader
last fall, and proved himself a better
man than Windy in this event.
Foss Doing 12 Feet Consistently
Captain Foss is consistently doing 12
feet in the pole vault, and Reavis, a
newly eligible man does but six inches
lower than the leader.
Richards is the best bet in the high
jump, with Myers and Pratt good men
in this event. Richards, Howell, and
Gillies are the leaders in shot put.
Howell is probably better than the
football man, doing over 41 feet regu-
larly.
JUNIORS AND SOPHS
SHOW LIKE ABILITY

REQUEST TRYOUTS FOR TRACK
MANAGER TO REPORT THURSDAY
All sophomores desiring to try out
for the Varsity track managership are
requested to report in Waterman gym-
nasium at 5 o'clock tomorrow night.
The candidates to date have not shown
a tremendous amount of interest and

Seven three-round bouts and one
two-round bout will be offered at the
exhibition of the Boxing club tomor-
row night in the Armory. The pres-
ence of faculty members will lend dig-
nity to the event, Rosey Rowe will an-
nounce the bouts, O. S. Westerman
will referee, Ralph McGinnis, fresh-
man coach, will hold time on the
slaughter, and Steve Farrell and the
Jazz band, tutored by Sandy Wilson,
will be present.
The program opens with a bantam-
weight bout between Wing T. Young,
amateur champion of Canton, China,
and Battling Ross, the lad from the
upper peninsila.
Second on the program is a light-
-weight bout between Sanders and Paul
Zapp of Chicago. A heavyweight bout
follows between Cave Man O'Connel
and Jim Pollock. Both boxers are ex-
perienced.
The fourth event is a featherweight
bout between Bruce Millar and' Billy
Plummer. Coach Westerman expects
these boys to raise the dust. Buzz
Cattlett of gridiron fame and Carl
Hill, president of the Boxing club,
will meet in the fifth event, a heavy-
weight bout. This is the only two-
round match of the evening.
As sixth event Frask Thompson and
Jimmie Hayes from Missouri will meet
in the welterweight go. Another heavy-
weight bout comes seventh, with Carl
Weideman of Ireland opposing Red
Woods, the sparring lumberjack.
Last on the list is a welterweight
bout between Tom Adams and Paige.
All of the 525 tickets printed for
the event probably will be sold, judg-
ing by speedy sales yesterday.
Two 'Wrestling
-Natches T'oday
Only two matches have been slated
for this afternoon in the wrestling
tournament for the campus champion-
ships. The bouts will start promptly
at 4 o'clock in the wrestling room of
Waterman gymnasium.
Baker and Whitlow, both light-
weights, will grapple for a decision.
Last Saturday these men engaged in
13 minutes of wrestling and neither'
registered a fall.
A hard battle is expected between
Crandell' and Pollock, who will meet
for honors in the welterweight di-
vision.
Recruit 215 Students at Indiana
Bloomington, Ind., March 13.-In-
diana's campaign for recruits to take
up military training already has 215
volunteers. This is the total of the
first two days of the campaign.

there is no congestion due to pressure
of numbers.
Manager Sanders stated that there
is a good chance for anyone who will
come out and work. The manager
will meet the tryouts at this turnout
and will outline the nature of. the
work to be done Saturday night as

Yale Employs Former "Y" Seeretary
.T. A. Van Dis, former state secre-
ta ry of the Y. M. C. A., known because
of his work in establishing and build-
ing up the annual Michigan Y. M. C.
A. conference, has accepted a position
on the faculty of Yale university as
special lecturer in Y. M. C. A. train-
ing work.

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Defeated Teams Clash Today in Con-
solation Game of Women's
Basketball Series
Junior and sophomore teams in
women's basketball, defeated in the
interclass games of last week, will
meet at 5 o'clock this afternoon on
Barbour gym floor in the "consola-
tion game." Both teams made a cred-
itable showing against the representa-
tives of the even classes and have dis-
played strong defensive ability.
Hazel Platt, freshman guard, can,
be depended on to play her usual hard
game while Beulah Smith and Marie
Macaulay uphold the hopes of the
juniors. The winning substitute
teams, sophomores and seniors, will
play at 4 o'clock. These are the last
games before the cup game on Fri-
day and good crowds are expected for
both.
Lineups of the regulars were an-
nounced today:
Juniors-Forwards, Louise Irish and
Clarissa Vyn; centers, Alice Burtless
and Beulah Smith; guards, Marie
Macaulay and June Brooks.
Freshmen-Forwards, Myrtle Bahm
and Agnes Kennedy; centers, Elsie
Erley and Edna Daskam; guards,
Hazel Platt and Florence Butler.
Try The Daily for service.

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The largest assortment in the city. Five leading
lines to select from.
RACKETS RESTRUNG
Three Day Service-Excellent Work

Six Concerts - - - - - - - May.2, 3, 4,5
PUBLIC SALE OF BLOCK "B" SEAT TICKETS
$5.50 ($2.50 with Pre-Festival Cover Coupon)
Saturday, March 17, 8 A. M. Hill Auditorium

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