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COAl ANNOUNCES RELAY MVEN LEAVE
NEW BASEBALL CUT FOUR MILE EVENT

Eaton May Start at Second Wednesday:
Anderson Shows Well at
Third Station
32 MEN RETAINED ON SQUAD
Coach Lundgren announced another
cut in the Varsity baseball squad last
night. The following men are still
on the team: Andrus, Roberts, Ohl-
macher, Robins, Miller, Birmingham,
Gariepy, W. A. Niemann, Soddy, Roehm,
Arentz, Dunne, Newell, Brockman,
Caswell, Smith, Bialosky, Anderson,
Eaton, Warner, Reem, Harrington,
Piggott, Walterhouse, Larson, Thomas,
Labadie, Ippel, W. K. Niemann, Johns,
Brandell, Taylor.
Coach Lundgren stated that only
the men in the above list were entitled
to lockers in the club house, and that
all others would be expected to re-
move their belongings some time to-
day.
The coach staged a practice ses-
sion yesterday between the "regulars"
and "irregulars," the last mentioned
winning 3 to 1. The "regulars" were
such in name only, for Walterhouse
was the only infielder in action who
has been performing on the Varsity
team. Caswell was shifted from third
to first, Anderson filling in at the
far corner. Harold Eaton was work-
ing at decond, and the coach stated
that there was a possibility that Eaton
would start here in Wednesday's game.
Anderson is a third base possibility,
according to the coach, and if "Andy"
covers this station Caswell will go
over to first in place of Newell. Lund-
gren intends to work this same com-
bination today and if it shows any
promise, the chances are that the in-
ner defense will lineup in this fashion
against Kalamazoo.
Labadie, Niemann and Brandell were
in the outfield for the first team, An-
drus pitching, with Roehm behind the
bat.
PUNTING OCCUPIS TIME
OF VRSTYFOOTBALERS
1'eaci, of All-Fresh, )ipays1, orni
in Passing and Drop
Kicking
Varsity football practice yesterday
consisted of the usual forms of work
in passing, kicking and formation
drill, with special emphasis laid on
the punting. Several huskies were
developing form in the booting de-
partment and more than one appar-
ently possess the\ ability as well as
the fundamental principles.
According to present appearances
and dope, Coach Yost should have a
strong passer and drop-kicker in
Peach, end of last season's All-Fresh.
The Varsity mentor wore a smile as
he watched the new man toss the
ball 55 yards without apparent ef-
fort, while he was drop-kicking in ex-
cellent style.
\ "Bob" Watson donned a suit yes-
terday for the first time this spring.
Three others were added to the list,
Shields, Christa, and Purchase, boost-
ing the total number of candidates to
better than the 50 mark.
Several of the veterans are absent
from the training squad because of
other activities. Dunne, Roehm, John-
son and Niemann are engaged with
baseball, and "Pat" Smith is number-
ed among Coach Fayrell's proteges.
Weske, Raymond, and Sharpe are
about the only men of last fall's
squad out working regularly.
The coach said yesterday that light
scrimmage would probably begin a

little later on in the week.
Class Baseball Candidates Get Busy
With the opening of the class base-
ball tournament booked for Thursday;
of this week, a considerable number of
men have been practicing. The sched-1
ule has been made out and will be
posted early this week.
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with them.
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II

Poor Showifng at Drake Relays iMakes
Farrell Change Mind About
Event
OF'ERS NO ALIBIS FOR 1)EFEAT
"There are no alibis to offer," said
Coach Farrell yesterday, "track men
are apt to have off days, the same as
anyone else."
To say the least, the coach was dis-
satisfied over the showing which his
squad of relay men put up Saturday,
when the Michigan team finished such
a bad second to the Wisconsin aggre-
gation that the contest was a walk-
away for the winners.
In view of the poor showing which
the four-mile team put up at Des
Moines, Farrell has about given up
all thoughts of entering this event at
the Penn relays. While the track will
probably be no faster at the Quaker
meeting than it was at the western
classic, the showing of the men in
their last appearance leaves no good
taste in the mouth of the coach, and
it is extremely doubtful if Farrell
will place them in the same distance
at Philadelphia.
Although it was an extremely bad
day for track maneuvers of any sort
yesterday, miost "of the men were
hard at it in preparation for staging
a come-back during the present week.
Especially was this true of those who
accompanied the coach over the week-
end and they showed it by making
their appearance and getting down to
business without taking the usual
Monday layoff after the long ride and
hard day on Saturday.
FRESHMEN PREPARE FOR MIAC,

Farrell Says THlfre Is Plenty of Room IO Q C
for Men on Squad \ C 4
With their big meet with M. A. C.
but a few weeks away, the daily work-
outs of the All-Fresh track team are
becoming more strenuous. The
youngsters intend to avenge the wal-
loping handed out by the Aggie crew
last season. Whether they will
achieve this laudable ambition or not
is problematical, according to Coach
Farrell.
The coach has made it plain that
no one has his job on the squad
cinched. There is plenty of room yet
for men in all events.
"We have fair men in most of the
events, but not enough of them. There
is sufficient locker accommodation in
the club houses for all who may *wish of the fJgqh t 9qr urksh)
to come out, so there is no reason r'' d ffiyptan igaretesin the Woad
why we can't have a squad of 40 or
50 out every day," said Coach Far-
rell.
Advance dope from the Farmer
camp has it that the Olive and White
squad is especially strong this sea- "Big Bill" Edmunds Look's 'em Over terday for a brief visit. another purpose in mind than simply of Washington University of
son. particularly in the sprints and "Big Bill" Edmunds, former star on Edmunds spent the afternoon on that of refreshing his memory on Louis.
short runs. The meet will take place one of Yost's football machines, and Ferry Field, watching the performance "Hurry Up" tactics, as he is to match
at Lansing on May 27. brother to Assistant Athletic Director of the gridiron candidates who are in- his own proteges against the Wolver- Look over the advertisements. T,
-- - _-Edmunds, dropped into Ann Arbor yes- dulging in spring practice. '"Bill" had ine outfit next fall. Edmunds is coach will interest you.
C(IA PUS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
TO START IN ABOUT A WEEK
Michigan's campus golf champion-
ship golf tournament will start about. W TT'X E
a week from Wednesday, when theIN TIl 0
qualifying scores must be in. The
tourney must be completed by May 20. SPIRIT MOVES Y U
There is a possibility of two flights be- SPIR igrnwtapiY 0reJ
ing run, with a prize for each.
The membership in the university
association is complete and no more To seek something better; when you want to treat yourself to a better meal than you are
members will be admitted. The au- getting regularly, take yourself around on Liberty Street to
thorities are hoping that numerals
may be awarded in the campus champ-
ionship and inter-departmental tourn-
eys this year. Conditions appear to
favor such action by the athletic au-
thorities from the view-point of in-
terest and growth of the association A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE
this season.
Bicycle Club Elects Four Students If it is your first attempt you have an agreeable surprise coming to you; you nave been
At a meeting of the Michigan Bi- with us before you will be pleased to think you came again and
cycle club held last night, H. A. Fitz-
gerald, '17, E. E. Pardee, '17, Lewis C. Incidentally, so shall I
Reimann, '16, and Waldemar A. P.
John, '16, were elected to member-
ship. The men will be initiated on a
trip to Whitmore lake to be taken some
week-end in the near future.
Bicycles and Repairing at. Right
Prices. Switzer's Hard ware: tu,fri,sat

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