, FEBRUARY 26, 1919. THE MICHIGAN DAILY ?AGU
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MITCHELLS TEAM NOW
FIFTH IN CONFERENCE
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"Minnesota ...... ........8
Indiana ..... ...........2
The three games played
night brought several changes in the
Cknference standings. Ohio State
rose, passing above the tottering Pur-
due five. By virtue of her second
victory Wisconsin emerged from the
cellar position she has occupied since
the beginning of the season. This
place is now held by Iowa, who loom-
ed up so strongly at the beginning
of the year. Michigan's standing is
WARD CULVER TO BE ON HAND
FOR 1919 FOOTBALL SEASON
Former Guard Arrives in America
After Spending Year with A. E.
Ensign w ard cuiver, former Mich-
igan football star has arrived in Ho-
boken, N. J., after spending nearly a
year on the other side and though he
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skin on Ferry field next fall.
Culver is anxious to get back on the
campus soon but will be satisfied if
he receives his discharge in time to
answer Yost's first call.
Culver came to Michigan from De-
troit Central having made the all-
Michigan high school team while at
that school. His ability and weight
soon won him a place at guard on
Yost's 1917 team. In addition to the
return of Culver, Weston and Froem-
ke are planning to be on hand for
the fall game.
At 1 o'clock every day the assistant
baseball managers drop the curtain
of net around the floor of the gymna-
sium, and the diamond squad again
gets to work loosening up the old arm
and straightening out the kinks.
Nearly all of the pill chasers who
have been hibernating for the last
season have shown up and the work
of getting the baseball aggregation
in condition is progressing as rapidly
as Captain Knode could hope. Many
men whose names are familiar to the
campus through their football activi-
ties are showing up as well as near-
ly all of last year's baseball team.
Morrison was out yesterday stop-
ping a few hot ones with the same
old pep. Ed. Usher, George Urshel
and Dunne were in suits limbering
up and many new men were tossing
the ball around the gymnasium. Coach;
Lundgren will be in Ann Arbor
Thursday and until then Knode will
continue to keep the work light.
LEAGUE BEGINS HONOR RACE
SATURDAY TO SEE
Notre Dame to Come to Michigan for
Initial Indoor Contest of This
WOLVERINES HAVE GOOD SQUAD
OF SHORT TROUSERED ARTISTS
Following are the list of Michigan
men entered for the different events
50 yard dash - Johnson, Cook,
Lorsch, Meese and Wetzer.
440 yard dash-- Messner, Butler,
Scoffield, Meese, Petty, Shaw and
880 yard dash-Buel, Larson, Burk-
holder, Lukins, T. H. Sedgwick and
Mile - Captain Sedgwick, Bouma
Hurdles- Johnson, Haigi. Hamill
High jump- Johnson, Haigh and
Pole vault-Cross and Westbrook.
Shot put-Smith, Walls, and Lind-
Track Bookings Heavy
Michigan's track schedule, consist-
ing of four indoor and seven outdoor
meets; was issued last night. Of the
indoor meets, two will be held on
the home floor and two away, while
only two of the seven outdoor contests
are to be held at Ann Arbor. Michi-
gan has entered teams at both the
Drake and Penn relays these two
events being the first on the outdoor
The complete schedule is as fol-
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be First Indoor Dual Fight Be-
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First Bunch of Rollers to Meet
Huston's for Initial Games
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Inter-fraternity bowling will be off
with a flying start Monday when The-
ta Delta Chi meets Beta Theta Pi and
Phi Sigma Kappa meets N'u Sigma
Nu at 8 o'clock on Huston's alleys.
Much interest is being shown and
some hot contests are slated.
The league as it stands includes 10
fraternities: Theta Delta Chi, Beta
Theta Pi, Phi Sigma Kappa, Nu Sig-
Nu, Alpha Sigma, Phi Kappa Psi, Sig-
ma Phi *psilon, Kappa Sigma, Sigma
Chi, and Alpha Tau Omega.
Mon., Feb. 24-Theta Delta Chi vs.
Beta Theta Pi; Phi Sigma Kappa vs.
Nu Sigma Nu.
Tues., Feb. 25-Alpha Sigma vs.
Phi Kappa Psi; Sigma Phi Epsilon
vs. Kappa Sigma.
Wed., Feb. 26-Sigma Chi vs. Alpha
Advertise in The Daily.-Adv.
Michigan will meet the Notre Dame
track squad this Saturday, in Water-
man gymnasium, for the first track1
meet of the year and the first indoorf
dual meet between the two institu-
tions. The contest is scheduled to be-
gin at 2:30 oclock.
Both the Wolverines and the Notre
Dame athletes have been practicing
for the coming event for severalt
weeks, and each institution possesses
excellent track material.
Johnson, famous Michigan cinder
artist, and Gilfillan, of Notre Dame,t
are two of the most versatile track
men in America. Each of the men
have accomplished wonders in track
meets and on many occasions have
Johnson Wins First
Johnson won first place in the 19181
Western Conference track meet, while
Gilfillan pulled down a second. The
Notre Dame star is the mainstay of
the Catholic squad, and it is expected
that he will make things interesting
for the Maize and Blue man this com-
A hasty resume of the condition of
the material out for the Michigan
track team shows that the defeat of
Notre Dame, which is expected in the
Wolverine camp, will be as great, if
not greater than the one of last year.
Johnson, who was recently injured
in a fall, has completely recovered
and he will be one of the men for
Michigan in the 50-yard dash. Two
others, Cook and Lorsh, are about
even in the practices and they may
be able to take a place in this event.
Butler, who is one of the best
quarter milers the Wolverines had in
1917 will be entered in the 440-yard
affair. He was not in the University
Schoffield, the best Michigan 440-
yard man when he entered the ser-
vice last year, will also be seen in
action Saturday. Messner, also a
brilliant runner last year, will partic-
ipate in this event.
Bued a Point Getter
For the 880 Michigan has Buel, who
picked up a 'few points in the dual
meets last year. Larson, a new man
to appear, is crowding him this year.
Walke'r, who entered the University
in the second semester in 1918, was
considered a fine prospect before en-
tering the service. He will be enter-
ed in this event Saturday.
Captain Sedgwick is expected to
take care of the mile honors. There
is no serious contender on the Cath-
olic squad for points.
As for the hurdles, Johnson, is the
Dest. The remainder of the men on
the list are of an unknown quantity.
Johnson and Haigh are about tied
for honors in the high jump.
Cross, the winner of the pole vault
in both the indoor and outdoor Big
Ten meets in 1918, will be seen again
in this event Saturday. Westbrook,
another pole vaulter, is showing good
form during the practices.
Smith is a good prospect for the
shot put and will be the mainstay for
the Michiganmen in this event. This
is practically the only entry that is
weak, from the , Wolverine stand-
Relay Men to be Chosen
The relay racers will be selected
from the sprinters. Steve Farretx has
not yet decided just who will be en-
tered until after the first events are
The men of the Notre Dame squad
who will give the Michigan team a
close run for the honors are Hayes,
sprinter, winner of the National Jun-
ior championship, and another sprint-
er, Mulligan, who makes fairly fast
time on the track. The captain of the
team is also considered a dangerous
man in pole vault, for he has tied
Cross in this event on two occasions.
meet at Ann Arbor.
at Ann Arbor.
1.-- Notre Dame
7. - Chicago at
April 26.-Pennsylvania relays.
April 19.-Drake relays.
May 10.-Varsity meet at Ann Ar-
May 17.-Chicago at Ann Arbor.
May 24. - Notre Dame at Notre
May 31.-Eastern, Intercollegiates.
June 6-7.--Western Intercollegates.
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