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TRIALS CONTINUE THIS AFTERNOON
fOR U, OF CALIFORNIA TRACK MEET

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SII-MING NOTICE

Cold Weather Put Halt to Workout
Yesterday; Sprinters Get Into
Action; Losch Wins 100
CALL FOR 220, 440, DISCUS
AND JAVELIN MEN TODAY
Trials will be held at Ferry field
at 3:15 o'clock this afternoon in the
220 yard dash, the 440 yard dash, the
javelin, and the discus to determine1
the men who will make the California
trip.
Tryouts for the Varsity 'track team,
scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, were
prevented by a cold west wind that
swept down Ferry field, chilling run-
ners and onlookers in spite of the at-
tempt of the sun to warm the atmos-
phere. Only one race was held, the
rest being postponed until today.
Losch Takes 100
The sprinters were given a chance
to compete over the 100 yard distance,
running against the wind, instead of
with it. Losch won the trial with
Simmons less than a yard behind. The
quarter and half mile trials will be
run off today, weather permitting.
The competition for membership on
the team that will make the California
trip has caused some very close rac-
es, and should bring out the best that
is in the middle distance runners.
As each team will be composed of
15 men only, Coach Farrell will un-
doubtedly select those men capable of
collecting points in more than one
race. All of the Michigan weight men
wil receive consideration, as it is in
these field events that the Bruins, are
weakest, and Michigan's best oppor-
tunity to pick up the points that will
go to the Westerners in the dashes
and distance runs.
Hutchinson Strong in Dashes
Hutchinson in the 100 and 220 yard
dashes, Hendrixson in the 440, and
Sproot in the mile and 880 are stars
of national repute that will give Cap-
tain Butler and his teammates the best
competition of the year. Hutchinson
has a mark of 21 3-5 seconds in the
220 yard dash, which is better than
any Wolverine has travelled to date.
The 100 should be one of the best
races of the day, with Hutchinson and
Arkley of California racing against
Losch and Simmons of Michigan. All
these men have marks close to'10
seconds.f
Hendrixson has run the quarter mile
under 50 seconds this spring, which
gives some indication of the task that
Ten U. of M. men wanted by the
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the summer vacation. Out kitchen sets
are staple goods and college men are
averaging over $1,000.00 profits for a
summer's work.- Apply at once to J.
W. Townsend, 506 S. Fifth Ave. Phone
2144-J.-call evenings.-Adv.

Butler and Wetzel have to face. But-
1er has not been headed this year by
opposing runners, and if any runner
in the United States is capable of 'the
feat, the flying Californian seems to
be the likely man.
Muller Is All Around Man
Muller, who will be long remember-
ed by the members of the 1920 Ohio
State football team, is broad jumping,
high jumping, and throwing the dis-
cus in a fashion that will make him
a dangerous all-around athlete to face.
The Michigan team will be selected
when the trials have been made, on a
basis best calculated to cope with the
strength of the Berkeley team. The
.result of the Cornell meet shows
Michigan stronger than was at flrs
expected, and a corresponding im-
provement will make the Michigan-
California meet one of the best of
1921.
Nrather Out For
JMore Catcher
Thirteen pitchers and four catchers
answered Coach Mather's call for
freshman battery men on Ferry field,
yesterday afternoon. In spite of the
cold weather, it kept the coach busy
holding down the peppy candidates.
Some of the men have come to the
copch with brilliant prep school rec-
ords, and there is no doubt that the
coach will be able to pick a strong
pitching staff from these, men.
Coach Mather expressed a desire
that more catchers report to him.
With the coming of more ideal base-
ball weather there will be an in-,
crease in the size of the squad.
The work yesterday was confined to
limbering up unused muscles, but as
soon as the weather will permit there
will be a series of games between the
Varsity and the freshmen.
Easteris Schools Begin Spring Football
Harvard, Yale, and Princeton have
started spring football trainng. Yale
has been practicing for about six
weeks and intends to keep at work
until college closes. Harvard also is
planning upon carrying on spring
training mgre extensively than ever
before.

Varsity swimmers will try for
marks made at the Conference
meet in the pool at 3:30 o'clock
this afternoon. A full turnout is
requested, as the election of cap-
tain for next year is planned.
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MICHI6A HANOBALLERS
MEET STIFF OPPOSITION.
IN NATIONAL TOURNEY
Michigan's handball men who took
part in the national tournament at
Detroit have returned. In drawing
opponents for the singles, Sanchez,
former champion of the Philippines,
drew Burnell of the D. A. C., a player
of no mean ability, while Gehring,
campus champion last year, was lucky
enough to be matched with Max Gold
of Los Angeles, 1920 national cham-
pion.
After hard matches, the Michigan
men were forced to concede defeat.
In the doubles Gehring and Sanchez
were defeated by the double champs
of the D. A. C., while Glascow and
Ogdon succumbed to the attack of
their St. Paul A. C. opponents. Play
on the box courts was a slight handi-
cap to the Wolverines who are ac-
customed to the open wall.
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LAYTON -.TAYLOR
GAMES TOMORROW
"Johnny" Layton, world's champion
three cushion billiardist and former
holder of the world's pocket billiard
championship, will play two exhibition
match games with Al Taylor, Union
professional, on Thursday.
This cue wizard won 12 straight
championship matches at the tourna-
ment held in Chicago last December,
garnering 537 points in 565 innings,
or a grand average of almost a point
per inning. Layton played against the
strongest field of billiard artists that
ever assembled for a world's cham-
pionship tournament. Among those
competing were De Oro, Kieckhefer,
Cannefax, and other eminent cueists
known to billiard enthusiasts.
As the Union billiard tournaments
have stirred up so much interest in
the past, it is expected that no little
enthusiasm will be manifest at the
announcement of this exhibition. Ad-
mission will be 50 cents and tickets
are now on sale at the desk in the
Union billiard room.
BOWLING TOURNEY
WINNERS DECIDED
Winters of the Union two man team
bowling tournament are F. T. Galla-
gher, '21, and F. A. Bradford, '21, with
a score of 3,247 pins. The runners up
in 'the contest were W. Wesbrook, '21,
and H. Kipke, '24, with a score of
3,176 pins. The prizes are expected
to arrive soon, and the winners will
be notified upon their delivery.
YELLOWSTONE PARK
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With the thermometer hovering
dangerously near the zero mark for
the past two days, the practice of the
Varsity baseball team has been ser-
iously impeded and the team set back
in the preparation for the coming
southern invasion. Coach Pratt has
had the men out on Ferry field dur-
ing the frigid spell, but the sessions
have been devoted entirely to light
work, the Varsity mentor not caring
to risk injury to any of the players
that practice games in the cold might
lead to.
Hitting the Dirt and Bunting
Yesterday afternoon the coach spent
a good share of the drill period on
sliding instruction with the men hit-
ting the dirt energetically in an effort
to keep warm. Each man was sent to
bat with instructions to run out his
hits and slide into second base which
noticeably diminished the usual eag-
erness for a turn at bat during batting
practice. Bunting also came in for

Cold Weather Not Conducive To
Stiff Workouts For 1all Sq

some attention and each, man was ke
at the plate until he had made a su
cessful attempt to lay one down. Pra
evidently intends to have his men pr
ficient in this art as part of the da
batting practce is devoted to it.
Competition Narrows for Berths
Competition 'for infield positions
narrowing down with about six m
now in line for a job among who
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