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en has tried all of his men
outdoor diamond. The South-
p will afford him an excellent
nity to decide upon a regular
U I Wimbles' play has been the subjectI
of much favorable comment. If his
crack outdoor work equals his indoor per-
formances he seems certain of a po-
sition. Mraz, the leading slugger Of
1918, will .be seen on the infield when
the games start.- Newell, Frye, Van
JLES Boven and Froemke are also making
strong bids for regular berths. The
joyed outfield has a number of promising
Lit- candates. Little can be determined
ni, asof their respective ability until prac-
tice on Fexry field begins. Langen-
track han, Kirchgessner, Pheney and Broome
d the look well in' practice.
itren-- Hurlers Strong
bat- The hurling staff, headed by Cap-
brunt tain Parks and Ruzicka and assisted
work by numerous other likely looking
prospects, appears to be well forti-
fell fied. Saunders, Scheidler, Gariepy
tment and Hubach have all shown enough
rthur stuff to make them, strong considera-
r who tions as regular selections - for the
gible mound corps. Scheidler and Saun-
a has ders are former "M" men.
over- ASK CANDIDATES
ring. STAND ON LABOR
more St. Louis, Mar. 13.-St. Louis labor
rtici- leaders, representing approximately
100,000 union workmen, have decided
to send questionaires to all candidates
indi- for public office in the forthcoming-.
- this election, asking them to define their
a has attitudes on labor legislation. Those'
or it. who fail to make their views clear, it
NherP was explained. will be o4posed as well
Bniidits Hold Up French S. Kodra
Scutari, Albania. Mar. 13.-The
steamer Skodra, flying the French
flag and carrying American Red Cross
supplies for Montenegro, was held up
by bandits this week while enroute up
the FIojana River, and one of the
sailors was womled.
For Campus news read the ick-
Skating Sunday from 2 to 5. Come
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Also get your skates as we will not
be responsible for skates left for re-
pairs or checked in lockers during the
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with similar action
y labor chiefs in other
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Joseph L. Baker, '20E, Michigan's
star weight performer, sarted his
career with the iron ball while in the
sixth grade of grammar school. "My.
older brother," said .Baker, "would
give me a stone and a thirty foot
handicap and beat me in throwing
the 12 pound shot. He taught me thel
correct position and soon I became
quite adept at throwing the stone.
Naturally when I entered El Paso
high school in Illinois I -specialized in
the weights when track season roll-
ed around. It was not long until I
was able to heave the 12 pound shot
over 40 feet."
Alwayis Won Points"
Baker three titres attended Coach
Alonzo Stagg's Interscholastic C et
at the Maroon school, and never did
he fail to score at least one point. In
fact, there is no meet in which the
tall weight man has participated that
he has not captured at least one
counter. At the Minnesota interechol-
astic, Baker rung up two new rec-
ords in the shot put and in the dis-
cus throw. The latter he heaved a
distance of 123 1-2 'feet, and as yet,
none of the Minnesota aspirants have
succeeded in surpassing this excel-
lent heave. While in the El Paso
high school Baker enjoyed four years
of competition in track during which
time he won the Illinois interscholas-
tic for four years in succession and
hung up records at Lake Forest col-
lege which still stand.
Two years ago Baker put the shot
for Michigan at the Illinois intercol-
legiate and gained a fourth place.
Since this time he ha been one of
Coach Steve Farrell's regular men
and a sure point winner. Baker's abil-
ity to throw the 16 pound ball is due
to his constant practice and not to
any inherent capacity, as he is really
too light for .this event. His weight
is peculiarly adapted to the 12 pound
shot and he does his best work with
'Three 'Parts to Heave
! "I divide my throw," said Baker,
"into three parts. First the balancing
in the back of the ring and this must
be done with extreme care or the ef-
fecttveness ,of the second part of the
throw will be' entirely -lost. The body
is in a slightly -crouched position and
the ball rests in the hollow of the
shoulder just below the. ear. The left
arm is extended at a forty degree
angle and acts as a guide for the shot
to follow, as the ball if properly
thrown, will, leave the hand at a forty
degree angle. The second division of
the throw is the hop. The hop is ex-
ecuted with the right foot at the same
time kicking out with the left leg.
Third, is the shift and it is here that
the novice falls down and spoils what
otherwise would be *n extremely good
put. The shift must be complete and
the body should extend out over the
circle as far as it is possible and still
retain balance. A close adherence to
;his method of throwing the iron bal
and conistant practice is all I have to
thank for my ability 1o heave the
At present Baker heaves the discus
around 135 feet and the shot about 42
feet. It is expected, however, that he
will be able to materially improve his
throwing when outdoor practice be-
comes possible. Baker furrnishes an
excellent example of what can be ac-
complished by practice, which is con-
stant, and adherance to one inethod of
procedure after it has been proven 'to
be the right one.
Noticed anything wrong on the cam-
pus? Any queer actions? Any brok-
en eggs? Freshmen were seen sar-
rying open umbrellas in broad sun-
shine. Sopohomres' were seen dodg-
ing behind buildings and hiding be-
hind the Tappan Oak. Suspicion is an
Certain freshmen were seated on
benches-not the traditional senior
ones, by the way, but plain cold ones.-
offering hairpins and candy "life pre-
servers" to the passing multitude.
Eggs have been in abundance. Many
a vest pocket has bulged suspiciously
Has anyone .asked you what the ex-
citement is all about? It is probation
week and fraternities' and sorbrities
are training their freshmen to be
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Buenos Aire", Mar. 13.-The value
of Argentine wheat exported during
the last year rose to the unprecedent-
ed figure equivalent to about $182,500,-
000 according to statistics made pub-
lic today by the Ministry of Agricul-
ture. The tonnage exported amounted
La Epoca says the average ship-
board quotation for the cerea.l for
1919-based on the price on the dates
of exportation-was $5.93 a 100 kilo-
firams (of 2.20 pounds each).
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That is what a prominent student told us the other day.
It was quite evident from his appearance that bowling had beuje-
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Healt ymust be earned. Good health and a good physique are an
asset to any man.
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