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April 23, 1922 - Image 5

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o the
n pla;

a ho
be gi
Di one
ogo a
,er the
first hit
to tbe
ger wl
ith t
ayer ml
ass to
Mtice w~
e start

into the first!
Lfor a triplej
won for him-i1
.rade theater
sed the platel
dded 10 more
wa grand to-
movies. That1
first hit, thet
the first run
yer on Ferry
Manager of the
n S. Hels don,
:ade theater,t
prizes in the
eir respective
ni batters who
the follow1ig
rry field dia-
ity ball play-
me run in a
Ten a season
tc or the Ar-
his choice of
hes. To the,
aects for a
Lseason passI
:first did not,
t of the sea-
e Arcade, fort
ent, 10 more,,
went still 10
,ough with~ all
three bagger1
hie additional<
lust get homnet
the Majestic.
vhich appear-i
lof the club
tof the game1
seen it untillF
eshman, base-t
ion that con-
the present
),ve been out
;ha few have
ontiniues to
material is
y of the men
yes of putting
efield thils
,t week the
few turns at
mound, or in
ther position
n ability. The

Meant For Him---~ARELL PICKS

tra points in these events, althougl
\MILE AND -TWO MVILE not altogether unlooked for, in. th4
coming outdoor meets will be of som(
I ittle help in rnine MiciLan closesa

after the game ;w sover. "If I had n TO Klie, 1t6, stop
onl k i~ ng befoe"was a common U Y H. L. White, SO1668-i
bewailing among the Varsity ball men i1 {f j jI 2480-w; H. I as
as th ey f ell out of their clothes. And - ggII5*g4
Jon~,Siemns, 7 ewi, IRankin in trials for places 6-n the team will benv.M uh:
six °more weeks of school left and Jig qunter; Douglas, Battendorf, held sometime during the coming'Fis unmaceinteAla- 2040, vs. R. owe
week, Utz will use but 12 of his 30 Bwn vrt nBl ek Asfr eseileetSee63, vs. G. Maentz;
urin a cang of ictues wicea BoenEvertt i Haf wek. 's fr tn speialevenss t u ennis tournament are to be play- VSC. ird 274;
tickets for himself. Eighteen left at is still ,undelded who, if any, of the edoftizek h eulso l .R e~a , '
35 -cents each wills net; Utz $6.30. SPI'TER FOR HALF M~flE team will go to the western classic. eofthsWekTersusofalNFLDnxX74
WhatIs e gingto o wth t? t ~TEAMW TO BE PICKED SOUK That Landowski will be sent to the matches must be turned in to the n- A.3. Armstron"
What is 'Penn relaystoasomadehknown.yester-stramural office'before'Thursday night vs. p. C. 1od, 44
reasonably certain that he will not goPenrlyWamdekonesr-Te i
alone every ,time anid once or twice Steve Farrell held the trials for the day. Merrick of Wisconsin, who has ot he a' wllb, rte. Tei236-, vs. C 3. K
with one of the fair sex will qiuickly mile and two-mile relay teams, which tied the demon vaulter on 'several o-prnsaea olw:C eitz,986-, s.
wipe out all surplus. Who is ;going are to be sent to the Dlrake relays net casions for first honors, and a man Manentay, . 2$0 , vs. M.: Baron, '; t Jroe,26,
to win the rest oftl e tickets' week, at Ferry field yesterday morn- from Oregon, who has cleared the bar 89-1;, : C. Richards,' 2739-M' 'vs. 1471M; D.;Alt ont,
Ijug. The'men chosen )madb their dis- at a height dangerously close' to 13 ,Barber; 'A. Wilkey, 192-,, vs. Sh&w.,32-H; A landal,°
tacs nth im hihth etrnfeet, will be on hand at Philadelphia' 1070W ; S."Moore, 228, s.. Je- er 165; O.tdgn,:
COAJI DRILS nRcIsSin. thel time which; G.tetey vetejohn
CON HI(coach set as the minimum for the trip to make the competition in this event rome, 3,; E. W!rIgbt, 12 1-t, vs. A. 74; L. T . Hayes,
HMand from all appearances should of the keenest type. Hartwell, 1482-;C. Pingel, 2W46-,; ow, 374;C.W
r' i RIP pnu make a good showing at Des Moines. The men are working out at Ferry 2106-:,°vsN Parsons,6 2866-;Gety. UW.hen, 2434 FE
NC M SriIi~r y i Four cracker-jack quarter-milers field :every 'day and it "should not be 216rn sten,1436-arn, v. L.6BlMunE71=." . haefer; 808
!ll tttlll 4!made the grade for the mile relay long ;before they are in the best .of W GOrn sten 3, 'vs. . nsin f)- WsonE.Schaeer,3. A
-~team. Joyner, OSemons, Lewis, and condition. The apparent weakness ingr odtn 73,sS.HEsi Wlo,1#0 A
Coach' Yost, Coch Tad Wieman, and Rankin form the quartet which was the Broad ji~p has taken on leser er, 2276-W;1. P. Millett, 81-MS, vs.RH.Hrrfr7
GobWilonwer a Fery ied Fi-selected to represent the Wolverines proportions since NeFisch of football C. L. Briggs, .544 WW; G. A. Lan, ;34, vs. SanchezI
GobWilon ereat err ftld.ri-in this race next week. "Ioyner's time famne'has begun coming ogut. Al-
day afternoon inst ruting the 50 or 60 was 50,4-5. The haf-milers who will though he is far from being a Carl
mren out for spring football practice. run. on the two mile relay team ,are Johnsn in this event, he is showing, i
All week the ratice has ,been large- Douglas, Hattendor, Bowen,i and good form and has possibilities. Stipe.
ly devoted to the. absolute fulidameu- Everett. The best time was 12 2-6. is tng good distance with the,.
tat, bt nxt eeka lttl moe, d- Michigan will also have a half-mile weiht and Schmitt i~ coming along
tat, bt nxt ee a itte mre d-relay team made up of sprinters. The in a stsactory manner. A few ex-
venced work will be given. 'There-
was no', practice Saturday afternoon __________________________________
because' of the baseball' game. Mon-w-
day shoulder pads will be given to
the men and harder, work will begin. Y U r B e k a t
Scrmmgi m ay be inaugurated dure."Your.Breakfast
Ing the; latter part of the-"i week.
No' division has. as yet been'- made,
between the backfield" and ine menIsaw y betr hnyo
and the *hole srquad has been ging
through: the same thng... Tad gathers on"
the men together an4 explais some have t2he' table p 'late Buy
methods of blocking odr.tacklinag and i
the "men divide , pInto pirs and take of those delicious 1
turns tackling and blocking each otiL-.' qi
er. Running, dodging, evading trun-
ners," twirling, and twisting ihas 3~s , i
ceived a. large share. of workfotai CREAM F RIED C1 AKE Sg
use '.'of' th$feet is consfidered °imtpor- ,
be as ,agile with "their legsas withi.
their" arms, "F'*or good 'footwork)'1i
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far into the field,
three, bagger. As
were thrown, it
what they will do
"sts begin to toss




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