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Conference baseball Teams .Make
Ready For 1922 Diamond Season

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LXE GOOD TIMES IN
Ti DARTMOUTH
HARVARD
DAKLEY HAS
LLANCED TEAM
Is Strong in Dashes,
i, Pole Vault, and.
igh Jump
cts at Cornell this year
vay brighter than pre-
The Red and White
is looking forward to
ason with full confi-
he fact that the varsity
>hed over Harvard and
turday, Feb. 19, in a
D'uplicating the results
t year in most events
the time in others, the
owing remarkable abil-
rough the season with

With the outdoor baseball season
only a few weeks in the future all the
Big Ten schools are bending every ef-
fort to make the last days of indoor
practice count in the development of
winning baseball teams.
This year should find a better brand
of college baseball played throughout
the country, especially in the Western
Conference. The main reason for this
is that the majority of the Big Ten
teams this year will contain- a major-
ity of veteran players who have seenj
one or two years of previous service.'
I11ini Are Strong{
Illinois, always strong in baseball,
though soiewhat handicapped by thej
ineligibility of several men due to
the Illinois-Notre Dame football,
scandal of last fall can be counted on
to produce a winner.
With such men as hard hitting 'Ott
Vogel, Hellstrum, McCurdy, a coach-
of the ability to teach baseball that
Carl Lundgren possesses will have
little difficulty in filling the gaps in
his team.,;
Ohio Getting Into Form
At Ohio State a strong team is al-
ready shaping as seen in indoor prac-
tice. Fish, Buckeye pitching star of
last year, according to men who
know, will be forced into the back-
ground when the versatile Johnny
Stewart takes his place on the mound.
Withstwo men, such as Fish and
Stewart, Ohio will be a strong con-
tender for fht honors. The main
difficulty thus far encountered is to
find a catcher capable of filling the
shoes left vacant by the graduation
of Captain Huffman iof last year's
team. Huffman Was rated as the next
best in the Big Ten to "Ernie" Vick,
Michigan's star receiver.
The Chicago team with George Fed-
er and Crizler as a nucleus to work
with should be a strong team by
midseason. Wisconsin can be count-
ed among those present and will be
remembered as the wreckers of Mich-
igan's championship aspirations last
year.

about on Ferry field within the niem-
ory of the present college generation._
Wolverines Have Many Pitchers
The pitching staff consisting of Liv-
erance, Dixon, Schultz, Mudd, Smith
and O'Hara is as strong as has been
in several years. From Knode, Wim-
bles, Uteritz, Bennyas, Banks and
Abbott, the infield will be chosen and
should be, fast and a fair hitting ag-
gregation. In the outfield Michigan
has Shackleford, Klein, Ronan and
Robey wl'o will doubtless spend part
of the time relieving Vick behind the
bat. All four, men are fast and hard
hitting:
Besides Captain Vick and: Robey for
duty behind the bat there is Coates,
the whistling backstop, Swanson of
the 1924 All-Frosh and several other
men who are making a strong bid for
the position of catcher.
Harvard Stadium Track For Games
Intercollegiate track and field
championship games in all probabili-
ty will again be held at the Harvard
stadium in May. Harvard undergrad-
uate track officials were und'erstood
to have received assurances from a
majority of colleges who are mem-
bers of the Intercollegiate A. A. A. A.
that they would support acceptance of
the Crimson's invitation.
Harvard tendered the use of its
track, where the games were held
last year, after the University of
Pennsylvania had said Franklin Field
would not be available this year be-
cause of repairs.

YEARLING TRACK SQUAD'
SHOWS MARKED ABILITY
I ATUDYTRYOUTS
BROOXEIt, WITH VAULT OF .12
FEET, AND ISBELL, IN
MILE FEATURE
Freshmen tryouts in quite a few
events were held yesterday afternoon
in Waterman gymnasium under the
direction of Archie Hah, freshman
track coach.
Men in all the events showed rath-
er good, ability, with quite a bit of
competition. Isbell in the mile led all
his opponents to the tape with a time
of 4:33 which is the best freshman
time of the year. In the pole vault
the only man to enter this event was

Brooker, who cleared the bar at 12
feet 3-8 inches.
In the half mile some real competi-
tion was forthcoming. Reinke pulled
down a first in this run, his time of
2:04 being the fastest of the year. The
50 yard dash was close, Whitman
winning and Daugherty and Zimmer-
man tieing for second honors. Time
for this race was :05-3. Richey was
the high point scorer of the tryouts
with three firsts to his credit, winning
the quarter mile and high and low hur-
dles.

440 yard dash-Richey, fire
son second, Lee, third. Time
50 yard low hurdles-Rich
Newall, second, Anderson, th
:06 2-5.
45 yard high hurdles-Ric]
Barth, secoid,- Lawrence, th
derson, fourth. Time :06 4
'High jump-Bommer, firs'
son, second, Calvin, third
fourth. Distancet5 feet 7 Inc
Shot put-Betts, first, Swar
ond, Vyse, third. Distance 3
inches.
Broad jump-Crane, first
second, Adams third. Distanc
2 1-2 inches.

Summary of all the events is as fol-
lows:
50 yard .dash - Whitman, first,
Daugherty and Zimmerman tied for
second, Nichols, fourth. Time :05 3-5.
Mile run-Isbell, first, Shenefield,
second, Amstutz,' third, Nicholson,
fourth. Time 4:35.
Half mile run-Reinke, first, Marsh,
second, Moore, third, Zinn, fourth.
Time 2:04.

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hapman a Performer
en who Coach Moakley is
upon to carry the burden in
ard dash of the spring meets
iter and Niles. Neither of
n are showing the speed they,
ble of. Strickler and Kirby
king hard, 'trying to repeat
t year's records in the mile.
Strickler is far below his;
running time, but at present
ng marked signs of improve-
a the 600' yard run, Chapman
ut alone, his best time this
eing 1 minute 20 4-5 seconds,
e negotiated in the annuall

ell's distance runners are in
ndition and are niaking their
1 excellend time. Carter has
)ing the 1,000 yards in. around
tes 23 seconds since the first
s, while the two spectacular
brothers are running the two'-
. magnificent form. R. E.
has broken the indoor record in
rent by 16 seconds this year,
the\ distance in 9 minutes 531
onds. In the 45 yard high hur-
ad broad jump, Kimball is tak-
honors. His time in the hur-
6 1-5 seconds and the distance'
ers in the jump is 21 feet 6 3-4
ot Strong in Field Events
ie other field events Cornell is
ing so well, although Lathrop
mball are coming around in the
mp. Kimball thus far this sea-
s attained the height of 5 feet
Lnche and is trying hard to add
nches to the above height. The
in pole vaulting is being sup-
by Atkinson, Gouinlock and
s. Gouinlock has been clearing
at an even 12 feet, but as this
eat, improvement over his -first
ts of the year, it is hopeful that
be able to reach greater
before long. Wagar, rtobinson
bey are putting forth great ef-
i the 35-pound 'weight throw.
is leading the other tow with
nce of 42 feet 4 1-2 inches, al-
Robinson and Tobey are im-
g each day. . The weakest spot
tea'm is the shot-put. Through
Qrts ofdBeatty, Nesbitt, Ebersole,
ow and Doppel, Coach Moakley
to be able to enter some good
utters before long in this evejit.
1 this wealth and material on
the Cornell track team is one
rill well bear watching during

. Northwestern To Play
Northwestern will again have base-
ball at the Purple school after that
sport has lain dormant at Evanston'
for a number of years.I
Indiana is almost certain to cancel
their entire schedule and make a trip
to the Orient- to display their wares;
in foreign fields.'
Michigan, when the-- team returns
from the southern trip should have as
well balanced a team as has cap red
WEB..l KNOWN JINX HITS {
INFORMAL BOXING TEAM
ONLY THREE OF REGULAR SEVEN
MAN TEAM LEFT FOR MEET
WITH D. A. C.
Michigan's well known jinx has al-
rtady hit Coach Sullivan's boxing
team. - Out of seven men that were to
comprise the team to fight the Detroit
Athletic club March 10, only three
will be a any condition to enter the
ring, ill. ess, injury, and ineligibility
having n ade it impossible for the four
others tt compete.
At the present time, Coach Sullivan
is casting around, looking for new ma-
terial and there is a good chance for
anyone who wishes to try out, provid-
ing he can deliver the goods. It is
not likely that the meet will be called
off unaer any circumstances because
the coach is determined to meet D. A.
C. if he has to take a o ne man team
in. He says that it isn' true Michigan
spirit to back out of an agreement and
he doesn't intend to do so. Upon the
success of this meet will probably de-
pend the future of intercollegiate box-
ing at Michigan.

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