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SMITH FIRST INJURED MAN OF
1916 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM
Infielder Quits Squad at Chicago to
Return Home; Players Guests of
Rickey at Sunday Game
Second Baseman Smith is the first
victim of injuries of the Michigan 1916
- baseball season. The diminutive in-
fielder left the team at Chicago Sun-
day and returned to Ann Arbor to
seek medical attention for a trouble-
some finger.. Smith doesn't know just
when his finger received the bump that
has put him out of commission, but
fears that blood poison may set in.
Brandell has been sent to second base
in Smith's absence, and the resulting
vacancy in the outfield is being filled
by Warner.
Pitcher John Roberts, who accom-
panied Smith back to Ann Arbor, re-
ported that the Wolverines enjoyed the
hospitality of former Michigan coach
Branch Rickey as guests at the Chi-
cago-St. Louis set-to in the Windy City
Sunday. The game was of special in-
terest to the boys as both George Sis-
ler and Johnnie Lavan, former Michi-
gan players, were constantly in the
limelight.

CALL OUT FRESH BASEBALLERS
Candidates for 1916 Team Obtain
Lockers Today
Candidates for the All-Freshman
baseball team will make their first
appearance today as a result of the
call just issued from the Athletic Of-
fice. The yearlings are to report at
3:30 o'clock on South Ferry Field.
Lockers in the Freshman clubhouse
may be obtained today by application
to Mr. Rowe or Mr. Edmunds at the
offices of the Athletic Association. A,
deposit of 50 cents will be required
for each locker. Members of the squad
who are selected for the All-Fresh
team will later on be transferred to
the Varsity club house.
Harvard Gridders Start Work April 24
Cambridge, Mass., April 17.-It has,
been decided to postpone the opening
of Harvard's football practice to Mon-
day, April 24, the day after the closeI
of spring vacation. The practice will
last only two weeks this year, which
is one week less than usual, and Leo
H. Leary, '05, will be in charge. Of
the eleven players who started the
Yale game last fall), probably only two
will be available for next year's
team.

ANNOUNCE -SOVAD
FOR, DRAKE MEET
Carroll, ifer, 1 ionnelly, Murphy and
Fox ("oils pose Rediy Team; Smith
Runs ill Special Race
RECEII E TIIAVK LOVKERS TOI)AY
As a result of the stiff twice-a-day
workout given the Varsity relay squad
during the spring recess, Coach 'Steve'
Farrell has been able to pick the squad
which will represent the Maize and
Blue at the Drake relay meet on Sat-
urday. The following men will make
the trip: Capt. Smith, Carroll, U7fer,
Donnelly. Murphy, and Fox.
A special feature of the meet will
e the invitation 220-yard dash, to
which only the most prominent dash
men of the country have been invited.
Capt. "Hal" Smith will represent
Michigan in this event, and although
the complete list of entries has not
been compiled to date, Smith is sure
to meet some pretty stiff competition.
The team will leave for Des Moines on
Thursday.
Beside the relay squad, Brown, Fon-
tana, Griest, O'Brien and Simmons
were present at Ferry Field in the
regular workouts last week, getting
into shape for the dual meets later in
the year. Other members of the Var-
sity track squad are expected to report
at the clubhouse today and be assigned
lockers, for practice in all track
branches will be held this week.

SPRING PRACTICE,
TO START TODAY
Pigskin Rooters Begini Outside Work
on Ferry Field; Edimunds as-
signs Lockers in Clubhouse
YOST EXPECTEI) TO 1E ON HAND
Spring football practice is slated to
start today on Ferry Field, and word
has been received from Coach Yost
that he will be on hand to direct the
initial workout. All men who have been
retained on the winter gymnasium
squad are expected to attend the out-
door practice regularly, and an invi-
lation has also been extended to all
who intend to try out for the 1916
gridiron squad.
The pigskin followers will report
to Assistant Athletic Director Ed-
munds at the Ferry Field club house
this afternoon from 3:00 o'clock on,
to be assigned lockers and football
togs.
While the coach has not announced
his plans for this year's spring train-
ing, it is expected that the outdoor
sessions will last about two weeks.
In past years, the squad has been
put through a routine of practice in
passing, kicking and plays from for-
niation, but Yost may decide to include
scrimmage in the spring curriculum.
This year's spring training will
play an important part in the con-
ditioning of the squad from which
next year's Wolverine eleven is to
come, and co-operation and hard work
on the part of the men, even in the face
of a hot sun, are the essentials nec-
essary to bring about the expected re-
sults.

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noted evangelist, will conduct a re- 15,000 people will be erected upon
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