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Dale Maltby's Aggregation May Have
Varsity Twirler in Lineup
STRENGTH OF FRESHMEN IS
A MATTER FOR CONJECTURE
Guy Reem .on Hospital List with
Twisted Ankle; Saunders
Has Bad Thumb
Yesterday's postponed g a m e
between the Varsity and the All-fresh,
baseball teams will be played off this
According to announcements the
game will start promptly at 4 o'clock
on the Ferry field diamond. The game
with the All-campus team will be
No work was possible yesterday and
the opposing teams will go into to-
day's contest after a day's rest. Little
is known of the comparative strength
of the freshmen, as this will be their
first appearance in action this season,
but the Varsity is not expecting an
easy victory in spite of their advant-
age in training and practice.
Shorty Miller to Hurl for Varsity
Coach Lundgren stated that the Var-
sity would probably lend the yearlings a
pitcher, the possibilities being either
Saunders, Ohlnacher, or Lush. Shorty
Miller will very likely be the mainstay
EA L WIt.SON
for the Varsity. The other pitchers
have been workedconsiderably of late
and Shorty has not seen a'great deal
of service in the box, never having
pitched more than four innings con-
secutively at any time during the sea-
In addition to the war drain on the
squad Guy Reem is now counted
among those missing from the squad,
although Guy is only temporarily out,
The swatting outfielder twisted his
ankle the other day while practicing
sliding into third. No report from the
X-ray photograph has as yet been
forthcoming and the actual extent of
the injury is not known. Saunders
may not be able to work on account
of an injured thumb acquired while
tagging the fierce sliding Mattson in
Two Possibilities for Reem's Position
Reem's place may be filled in to-
day's game by any one of three men,
Kirchgessner, Cooper, or Parks. Both
Kirchgessner and Cooper are utility
men of sorts, the former being an in-
fielder of the short stop variety and
Cooper possessing ability in holding
down first base. Since Kirchgessner
changed over in style of facing the
plate while at bat he has been hitting
better, while Cooper is another good
man with the stick. Parks is a fast
outfielder and has demonstrated his
clouting talents 'on numerous occas-
ions. The remainder of the team will
probably line up as usual.
If the Varsity furnishes the 1920
nine with a pitcher the game should
be improved from a spectator's stand-
point. Lush has been a hard man for
the Varsity to hit all season and is
going well. Saunders also held the
hitters down in a practice game the
other day, letting them off without a
hit and retiring four by the air route.
The Varsity will probably lineup as
Niemann, r.f., Kirchgessner or Coop-
er or Parks, l.f., Walterhouse, c.f., Cap-
tain Brandel, s.s., Horwitz, 3b., New-
ell, lb., Dancer 2b., Mattson or Mor-
rison or Haidler, c., Miller, p.
Maltby's team will probably be:
Sterrett, c., Gilmartin, lb., Freeman,
2b., Van Boven, s.s., Froemke, 3b.,
Knode, l.f., Wimbles, c.f., Bowerman,
r.f., Saunders, Ohimacher, or Lush, p.
Michigan students are awaiting the
outcome of the Regents meeting tomor-
row with keen interest.
In addition to usual business trans-
acted by the highest body which rep-
resents Michigan, and the amount of
extra work brought about by the war
situation, the Regents will probably
take definite action upon the question
whether the Wolverines are to re-
enter the western conference.
For the past two months, students
have been desirous of knowing wheth-
er Michigan is to take a place in
the Big Nine or whether she is to con-
tinue her present relations. The vol-
ume of business necessitated by Mich-
igan's part in the war proved too
pressing for a consideration of the con-
Regent J. E. Beal and Prof. R. W.
Aigler were ' both uncommunicative
on the subject last night .
When asked for a statement on the
conference question Regent Beal stat-
ed: "I haven't thought much about
the matter since the March meeting."
Professor Aigler said: "I don't
think you ought to say anything for
me at this time.'
INTERCLASS TENNIS TO MAKE
INITIAL BOW IN SHORT TIME
Interclass tennis will be started as
soon as the weather permits. The four
men on the winning team will receive
cups, and probably class numerals
General play will be scheduled be-
tween all classes of the campus.
Freshmen will be permitted to com-
The schedule will be in round-robin
form until the teams that compete in
the finals have been determined.
FRATERNITY OUTDOOR INDOOR
BASEBALL TO START SOON
With the permission of J. Pluvius,
play in the fraternity outdoor indoor-
baseball league will start in a few
days. The entry of 27 teams promis-
es a successful schedule. Last spring
the rivalry in this sport was keen.
Failure signalized the attempt by the
athletic authorities to establish a
boarding house league, which died
from lack of entries.
Farm Work Gets Many at Utah
Salt Lake City, April 25.-Utah stu-
dents are swamping the registrar with
requests for permission to leave to
take up farm work. The office has is-
sued 500 petition blanks to inquirers.
'Try The Daily for service.
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