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March 08, 1923 - Image 6

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Twelve Men Journey Saturdal to toitj
Lansing; Coach WVIll Use
Reserves Mostly

those that he can't be reasonably sure
will place.
He hopes that all his men will be
in shape to compete if called on at the
mleet and that those who went well,
in the Illinois relays will continue
to do good work. Between now and

Men that will compete for Michi- the important idoor meet all tht var-
gan ifn the Michigan Aggie relay car- sity men will have plenty of time toc
nival next Saturday at East Lansing i rest and be in first class shape. There
have been announced by Coach Far- are some that have not had much sea-
rell. Of the 10 or 12 men that willy soning in competition and it is thesef
compete against the M. I. A. A. col- I men that will help in a large mehsure
leges the greater part will be mera to decide the outcome of the Big Ten
that are reserves and are not on the meet.
regular squad. Coach Farrell will not
take his best runners because of thq
small runn~ing track and because of Intuiiu-tal items
the lack of competition.-
Two Mile Relay Strong
Eleven men turned out for the trials The ter-fratermty relay carnival
for the two mile relay yesteaday af- will be run on Monday night, March
ternoon out of which were chosen four 112. Eeach team will be comprised of
men to go to East Lansing. Arndt, four men, each of whom will run two
Barger, Cochran, Krtyminiski, Marsh, laps on the track, making a total ofI
Prophet, Polhamus, Rearick, Roesser, eight laps. The men will run against
Shenefield, and Spedding turned out time and the eight best teams will be
for the trials and the three best mem scheduled to run again, this time thec
finished in the following order: Arndti two best teams being picked to run
Cochran,:and .Roesser: As. the fourth ;against each other on the night of theI
mn's time was not. good Coach Far- Cornell meet. Each house entered willc
relP decided to take Bowen as fourth be credited with entry points, and at
man. silver trophy is to be presented toC
Coach Farrell has decided to take the winner. Those houses who have<
Kelly along for the pole vault and to not entered may do so by calling the
leave Brooker and Prosser at home. Intramural office at once. Followingt
Kelly does around 11 feet and will be, are the teams who have already madet
able to hold his own with any com-; their entry:
petition that he is liable to receive Acacia, Alpha *Chi Rho, Alpha Del-a
from the Aggies or any of the other ta Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi, Beta Theta;
small colleges of Michigan. Pi, Sigma Phi Epsilon; DeltalChi, Del-]
Nufer, who is a 5 foot 10 inches high ta Sigma Phi, Delta Tau Epsilon, Del-
jumper, will also leave for Lansing ta Epsilon, Hermitage, Kappa Beta
next Saturday. Nufer was on last Psi, Kappa 'Nu, Kappa Sigma, Phi Be-t
year's f'reshman team and will stand ta Delta, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Kap-3
up well as there are no six foot jump- pa Psi, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi SigmaI
er that will compete at Lansing. I Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha, Psi Upsilon,1.
Captainl Burke vill of course ac- Psi Omega, Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu, Sig-t
company the team and will compete ma Phi, Phi Mu Alpha, Theta Chi, The-
inl the 40 yarddash. He should be able ta Xi, Trigon, Zeta Psi, Xi Psi Phi;
to win this without any trouble. Witt- Phi Epsilon Pit
man will be taken for the 40 yard spe-
cial invitation race. The preliminary round in the fra-)
Van Orden May Go ternity bowling tournament will be
Higgins will run the hurdles and completed by the end of this week.(
Hindes will be taken along, for the The following teams will roll at 7:30
shot put. It is possible that Coach o'clock this evening, at the Union. c
Farrell will also decide to take Van Sigma Delta Kappa, Sigma Nu, Tri-t
Orden with him in order to give him gon, Delta Tau Delta. At 7:30, Friday)
practice. the round will be completed by the(
There is little dope on Michigan Ag- following teams: Zeta Psi, Alpha Chi
gies and the other schools that will Sigma, Phi Epsilon Pi. A few more
send men to the carnival, but from teams may enter. If any enter theihj
the' showing that was made in past schedule will be published tomorrow;
years it is doubtful that there will be or Friday.
any serious competition. However, if _
Coach Farrell thinks that he needs any As it seems unlikely that cold wea- 1
more help he will draft some more of ther will return, the inter-fraternityt
his regular team into action. hockey tournament will be closed and
Entrees for the Conference, meet (Cintinued on Page Seven)
have been sent in and are of course
of a larger number than Coach Far-
rell will take with him, this is done
so that in case any men are unfit to
compete it will be possible to have Lu
substitutes for them. It is doubtful
if Coach Farrell will take more than
25 men to the Conference meet and 0
it is probable that he will take onl3j

Michira4 and dr iEian college claEA- N.UK't:H ER1jUtj II
0d in thecir only athletic contest in WE!IATHER
1895 in an early football game of that.
season. Michigan won 64-0. Wolverine baseball prospects con -
tinue on the upgrade and with the
Do you know that up until the foot- first sign of warm weather it looked
ball season Oi 1921 Michigan teams as if Coach Fisher's charges would1
had rolled un in all sports a total of soon be cavorting around on a natur-
18,507 points, as against 8,895 for her al diamond instead of bouncing hotI
cpponents? Against Conference teams ones off the floor in Waterman gym-
she had made 5,472 markers with 3,-, nasium, but the sudden cold flurry
321 chalked up against her. Try and may delay the outdoor debut of the
figure out the totals up to date. 1923 horsehide swatters some threeI
weeks or more.f
Michigan won her only tennis meet Striker Jinxed
with Brown university in 1916, 2-1. Coach Fisher announced the first big
cut of the year Monday when 11 men
were dropped. This leaves more than
tlrn~M 50 candidates waiting for the opien air
exodus. Of these 50, 24 are pitchers
rHand that is one of the causes of Fish-
er's partial optimism in regard to the

IlITlilh T I1V..7,r1ed his teani1mates so flthtf thir
1MIHIK B ET T DIREB[fl m was nmuch feared by all that op-
posed thzem.
- Moore, Phi Mu Alpha, at center,
WORK OF MEN IN TRAMURA "Rex" succeeded in aiding his team- made a name for himself in frater-
GAMES TAKEN AS j mates at every turn, the most note- nity basketball centers by his pivot-
BASIS worthy being when he won single ing. On the defensive he was a bear,
handed the last game in league 9 from being the jinx of all men that opposed
Although mtany poblems arise when Kappa Nu by his ability to keep the in-.It was his playing that played
an attenllpt is made to pick an All-fra- ball froni his opponents. a major part it Phi Mu Alpha's get-
ternity basketball team, the men have Martn, lDonneily nGuards ting into the finals.
been considered from a non-partisan Guards played a big part in the win- Lambda Chi Alpha has a find in
standpoint, and placed on the mythical ning and losing of ganies in the fra- Ross, who has been selected as oni
team because of the all around ability ternity leagues and many good play- of the guards on &*e second team.
to atd their teams in offensive and de- err in this department were uncover- Grass never grew under his feet for
fensive play. ed as the play advance. Martin, Sig-
Without doubt the fraternity bas- ma Nu, gets the first call for one of one moment. At dribbling he is a
ketball season that has just ended. the positions. His work was steady;fair success, but it was because of his
was the most successful one ever held and he was always it the game. His Iability to fool his opponents whether
under the auspices of the Intramural long arms made it almost impossible1on the offensive or defensive when
department and the amount of unus- for his opponents to get the ball away he had possession of the ball. His
ually fine material caused much more from him,, and his weight added to that teaimate, Rowse, Sigma Nu, is a man
.iterest to be manifested by the sup of his teammates, spelled victory for that can be depended upon to aid any
porters of the different teams, and aJ. sigma Nu in the last mmutes of all reai eis he has n eye
so make the job of picking an all- their games. Donnely, cia,a i:3con for the basket, his shots helpingig-
fraternity team much harder. ! sidered a noteworthy teammnato for' ma Nu to defeat Phi Mu Alpha and
Keefer, Brown Forwards iMartin. The "Irishman" took a major Lambda Chi Alpha in the last two
For forwards on the first team Keef- part in Acacia's. defense, the forwards games for the championship.
er, Theta Delta Chi, and Brown, Phi playing'against him being able to so- Many other men who played this

II {'$}i #i6/ aLI coming season. At least six of theseI Sigma Kappa, have been pick. Keef- cure but -tree askes. caca war winter d1ere o oab etin
hurlers show promise and with a little er's part in the success of his house on the rocks several times during the Among them are Merriam, Delta Kap-
More than 150 coaches and athletic work several more may come through. team cannot be estimated. He fought league games and it was Donnelly's pa Epsilon. Neisch, Sigma Nu, Blott,
directors from 30 different states have Stryker, relief pitcher on last year's throughout every game and his ail- work that helped them stave off de- j Lambda Chi Alpha, Cooper, Phi Chi,
already signed up for the Summer ses- squad, has been declared ineligible ity to cage the ball and recover the feat. '' Olds, Phi Delta Theta, and Lights-
sion of the Michigan Coaching school, so that detracts from the value of the leather when it was in the hands of In all fairness to those that took body, Phi Mu Alpha. Some of these
which is starting its second year in ( hurlers who have had Varsity exper- his opponents was manifested at num- part in the i'recent contests a second men would rate higher had they play-
June, under the supervision of Coach lence. erous times and often saved the day team has been picked, all mrembers o ed on winning teams.
Fielding H. Yost. The list of appli- IMudd and Benson continue to im- for Theta Delta Chi. His teammate, which are nearly a.s good as those se-
cants who have already made known prove but the coach is taking no Brown, was high scorer for Phi Sig- lected for the first team.
their intentions of attending this year's !chances with their arms. They have ma Kappa and his uncanny knack for second Team iked..
sessions -includes men from Hawaii, been throwing nothing but straight securing points never failed his fra- For basket shooters, Roth, Beta The-
California, Texas, Florida, and Maine, I balls andit will be a few days before ternity aggregation when the crucial ta Pi, and Segall, Kappa Nu, have the
with a majority coming from Illinois, I any curves are attempted. Blott is moment arrived. A better selection for call. Roth displayed the fact thai -8
Ohio, and Michigan. At the beginning doing some work on the mound but is this place could not be made. he is a finished basketball player dur-
of last year's session only 27 men had { not being pushed hard. It is evident Reason Center ! ing his season's work with Beta Theta
signed up while 92 persons actually that he will have to divide- his time In selecting a center for the all Pi. His ability to negotiate with the
attended without submitting their ap- between pitching and catching. Liy- around team "Rex" Reason, Theta Xi, basket was largely responsible for his p
plications before the start of the erance, big ace of the corps, is mere- I was a universal selection with the team's winning first place in league p
course. During the past few weeks ly keeping in condition, not being call- critics. His ability to get the tipoff 4. In Segall the second team has a ' WHAT TO DO AND t7
applications have been pouring in ed upon to do any more hurling than from his opponents is without question heady player. .He covered the floor WHERE TO GO ,
from every section of the country and necessary. the best that was seen in the frater- with amazing rapidity when his team's ' An hour a day of Pocket,
the faculty of the school expects to at Fielders Plentiful nity games of the past season. Play- basket was in danger and it was his Caroior hreeCsion5
'least triple the number of students of The outfield appears to be the best ing a phenomenal game for his house, commendable example of fighting that M amilliords is fine for mind 0
last year. fortified department so far with Klein, n
Several additions have been made Ash, Coleman, Seeley, an Brickman PEOd body of every TiHEchR
to the curi'iculum offered last year, out daily and the veteran Kpke due to PEOPLE JUDGE OTHERS a gan man
which will help to raise it to a high report the latter part of the week. Itiu
place among the coaching schools of is almost impossible to get a line on vin various ways, but nearly every-
the counitry. Three new courses will the fielding ability of any of the men theracter of the statioered
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