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)E TO WORK

PREP BASKETEERS
ARRIII FrOR MUrT

Schedule Out for
A paratus Jleets

Remainder of Squad (ets Rest;- Hold
Batting Practice Tomorrow
and Sturday
Coach Lundgren will take his bat-
tery candidates out for their first
workout in the sun today. With the
advent of the basketball interscholas-
tic the Varsity diamond hopefuls are
forced to evacuate the gym for a day
and the pitchers and catchers are
ordered to work outside.
The men will work just outside the
gymnasium, while those other than
battery candidates are not expected to
report during the day at all. Tomor-
row, however, the coach expects to
hold batting practice for the whole
squad and every man is expected to
be on 'hand.
Regular infield practice has- been
conducted all week, the candidates
working in shifts. Captain Brandell
has been working regularly at short
stop, and will doubtless play that pos-
ition when the season officially opens.
1Iorwitz has been looking good at
third, while both Newell and Birming-
ham have been doing excellent work
around first. The squad is apparently
down to the stage when batting abil-
ity will be the deciding factor in
choosing the personnel of the team.
Far from being on the hospital
list, Morrie Dunne reported for prac-
tice Tuesday and was working yester-
day.
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I liI I L U I IIhL L I Schedules for women's preliminary
apparatus meets were announced yes-
Five Ganes in First Round; Grayling terday by Miss Alice Evans, physical
Plays Ann Arbor; Winners director. Sophomores will compete at
Meet Pontiac 5 o'clock Monday afternoon, freshmen
at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and
at 'the same hour on Monday, April 2,
FIRST ROUND CONTESTS TOD a tryout will be held in which mem-
START AT 1 O'CLOCK TODAY

bers of either class may enter. Re-
lay running will be the principal test
for qualification.
The freshmen turned out strong
for yesterday's apparatus practice and
should make a good showing against
their more experienced opponents in
the big contest of April 4, which to-
gether with the annual demonstration
on March 29 will determine the pos-
session of the interclass athletic cup
for the coming year.
An extra practice to be held at 5

o'clock today is open to competitors
from both classes.
Illiois to $eiid 20 t-o Track Meet1
Urbana, Ill., March 1. th !erli
1usted, his crack shot puter, u( lable
to compete b~ecausc of a iiiecu leg,
Coa ch illbe1an taung t ini
today for the c onternce meet at
Eanston Saturay night The coach
will take a suad e12' to the comn-
lpe ti tio n . i

'LAY OFF TW
HANMDBALL

T Vo matches in the singles o
hnduball tournament were playe
yesterday. Both Gilmartin and
man, the winners, had rather an
time of it, the former winning
Reynolds 15 to 2 and 15 to 6,
the latter.took his two from O:
15 to 5 and 15 to 6.
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Finals Come Saturday; Banquet in
Barbour Gymnasium Fol-
lows
Several of the 36 high school basket-
ball teams entered for the interschol-
astic have arrived and the remainder
will come today to begin play in the
first round that starts at 1 o'clock this
afternoon.
Five games in the first round will
be played as follows: Muskegon and
Detroit Northwestern (second team),
1 o'clock today; Charlevoix and Cold-
water, same time; Pellston and De-
troit Northwestern (first team), same
time; New Baltimore and Grand Hav-
en, 2:15 o'clock today; Grayling and
Ann Arbor, same time.
In the second round the winners of
the first two games and the winners
of the second two games will play at
8:15 o'clock today, and the winner of
the Grayling-Ann Arbor game will
play Pontiac at the same time.
Other second round games are as
follows: Grand Rapids Union and
Cheboygan, 2:15 o'clock today; Boyne
City and Benton Harbor, 3:30 o'clock;
Adrian and Kalamazoo Normal High,
same time; Jackson and Wayne, same
'time; Detroit Central and Midland,
4:45 o'clock today; Cadillac and Bay
City Western, 7:30 o'clock today; Bat-
tle.Creek and Fowlerville, 4:45 o'clock
today; Alpena and Hart, same time;
Saginaw and Holland, same time;
Mancelona and Ypsilanti, 7:30 o'clock
today; Flint and Grand Rapids Cen-
tral, same time; St. Louis and Lans-
ing, same time. These teams will be-
gin play at the second round.
Eight games between the winners of
the first two rounds will constitute the
third "round of play. The eight win-
ners will play in the fourth round,
and the four winners will play in the
semifinals. The two winners will meet
in the finals. The winner of the game
between these two will be called the
state champion team and each mem-
ber of it will receive a gold basketball
watch charm.
The third round will be played Fri-
day morning, followed by a free half
day during which the visitors will be
entertained by a moving picture show
at the Arcade theater and will be
shown over the buildings and grounds
of the University. Fourth round games
will be played Friday night, with the
semifinals at 9 o'clock and' 10:30
o'clock Saturday morning.
Finals will be played at 3:30 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, followed by a
banquet in Barbour gymnasium at 6
o'clock for players and coaches on ail
teams. Speeches by former Varsity
athletes will be given after the ban-
quet.

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SCHEDULE FOR STUDENTS

Dr. May announced the fol- *
lowing schedule last night with *
regard to the use of the gymnas- *
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ing the interscholastic basketball *
tournament: *
Thursday-The shower room *
will be open to students all day. *
Friday-The shower room will *
be open in the morning and a lim- *
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Saturday - Friday's schedule *
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The outdoor track will be avail-*
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taste.

M ANHATTAN SHIRTS
in new spring. patterns

TWO RACES IN SEMIFINALS
OF CLASS RELAY TOURNAMENT
Semifinals in the interclass relay
tournament will be run off Monday
afternoon in Waterman gym. Two
races will be fought out, and the two
winning teams of these clashes will
compete for the campus champion-
ship at a later date.
In the literary department the
seniors will endeavor to humble their
freshmen. The latter are reported to
be strong and are likely to give the
upperclassmen a hard rub. The med-
ics and the fresh engineers will- con-
test in the other race. Both are fast
teams and the time should be low.
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