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\STARS WHO WILL ENTER
DRAKE RELA YS NEXT WEEK'

l i' her Cives Easy Woirkout Af-
er Return From Southern
Trainhig Trip
H'H, GAES BRING OUT
IRAL W'EANESSES IN MENI
h Fisher's Varsity baseball
had a light workout on Ferry
esterday after1oon in prepara-
r the Ohio State game Saturday
Dn.
of the men were tired out after
enuous series of games on the
Sitn tour and the coach was par-1
,ly "dareful not to let any' of
ver-work. Practice started with
tchers and first string tnen go-
rough a series of pep gamnes
the outfielders chased fungoes.
eew men who didn't take the
traini'ng trip were full of pep,
ased the pill all over the lot.
Subs Ste9 iLook good
r on the regular players tool
at hitting the ball to the in-
while-Farley pitched to them.
ork was snappy and every man
n his toes. Although the squad
ade the southern trip was com-
of the best players at the time
selected the coach is looking
I among the scrubs for new ad-
to his squad and any man who
more ability than the present
rs 'is likely to get a regular
ng the jaunt through the South
uad showed lack of enough out-,
work, but in spite of the short
e had to look at the players in
Coach Fisher got a good idea
it his team was worth.,
pitchers performed in the sev-
ies played. Of these Liveranc:,.
can f~ron the last two years had
ge on the others. Although he1
ut of form in the Vanderbilt{
ie twirled one of the best battles
career in the 11 inning Georgia
t which Michigan finally cop-
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0'H ara Goes WellI
ra, who won two games against
cfy and Alabama Polytech
1 enough stuff so that he ap-
second choice for regular mound
Although. he showed lack of
g against the Colonels he was
by the heavy slugging of his
nates. In the Alabama fray he,

seems to lie in lack of experience in
playing together and a number of er-
rors were chalked up just because
of' over-excitement. Knode, Haggerty,
Captain Uteritz, and Mike Paper work-
ed together smoothly. in "the infield
while Kipke, Shackelford, Klein an
Coleman all could be relied on to
take care of the outfield.
SPRIG FOTBLL"
sud of T Men R ejortl, to COaDceS
Yost and lCttle, WLhs Many
1kre Exp&ected.
!NITIAL WORI(4UT FIEVOTET)
gidSTLY 'O FUNDAlENTALS
Varsity Football Coach Yost and his,
assistant, Coach Little, were confront-
ed yesterday afternoon at Ferry field,
by one of the largest squads that ever
appeared on the initial day of spring
grid practice, there being 85 men who
had suits issued to them. The' coach-
es expect at least 25 more to report'
within thie hext few days.
Paul Goebel, captain of the 1922 Var -
sity grid team and All-Conference
end last season, and Douglas Roby,
veteran backfield man, are serving as
assistants in the training. Goebel
worked with the punters and linemen
while Roby had charge of ends an'd
bac'kfild men. Most of the afternoon
was devoted to mere fundamentals
such as blocking, tackling, charging,
and short drills in catching passes and,
punts.' The offensive position was giv-
en much attention and under the di-
rection of Coach Little, the men spent
half an hour practicing on charging
from the offense crouch. The drill
was varied with calisthenic exercises
and an instructive lecture by Coach
Yost.
Few of last season's letter men have
reported, Steele, guard, being alone in
this- respect. Most of Aie All-fresh
team of last year was present as were
a large number of reserves. Marion,
end, Grube, quarterback, Savage,
quarterbacl Lutomski, fullback,
Grubb, qk, rterback, and. Gallov/ay,
h,,fback, are only a few of the men'
who shbw promise'for the 1923 squad.
Practice will be held at 3 o'clock
six afternoons a week until the weath-
er gets too warm. It has not been
decided yet whether or not competi-
tion for various events will be carried
on as was the case last year but it' is
highly probable that some sort of com-
petitive organization will be-instituted.
Following the close of the entries
for the spring sports eight leagues in
both horseshoe and baseball will be
formed for the fraterinties. Entrants
in each sport will be divided propor-
tionally among these divisions. A ser-
ies of five games will be played in
each league and the champions of each
will meet in a final elimination ser-
ies for the championships of both
sports. No consolation series will be
held in either activity. The complete
schedules for each league will be mail-
ed from the Intramural office the first
of next week.

CoahSaYrllWORKOUTS
Coach lFarrellSets Liglht Pace For
Cinder Men at Start of Out-
door SeasonE
I SEVERAL CANDIDATES SHOWD
PROMISE OF BETTER FORM
Yesterday did not show any unus-
ual marks or times on Ferry field by
the track team, as Coach Farrell gave
all his men light work not seeing fit
to let them do their best. ~
Hubbard took one leap which was
more than 23 feet, which was the out-
standing work out of the afternoon.
Steve would not let'him jump more
than to get his step.
The only, other field event where
there was much action was in the
pole vault. Prosser looked well and
is likely to do better outdors, than in
the gym for he cleared the bar easily
at 11 feet 9 inches which is quite
good for so early in the outdoor sea-
son:uBrooker nanaged 1 feet 6 inch-
es but had trou~ble 'at 12 feet. Kelly
started out the season well with a
jump of 10 feet 6 inches.
"In the shot put there was little ac-
tivity as the men in this event were
handicapped by a cold wind that made
their work difflcult. VanOrden was
out as was Heath, a new comer this
season, who" put the shot more than
40 feet. Along with Hindes and Van
Orden, Heath should help strengthen
this "squa4.
There was no work done in the high
jump as MacEllven did not show 'up
until late in the afternoon and Smith
was not on the field at all, while Nu-
fer was woring on the 'javelin this
afternoon. Nufer is coming along well
in this event and shows promise of
'being a good man."
Schmitz and several other hammer,
throwers were out but did not exert
themselves taking only a few throws,,
Hindes should prove to be the best
man in this event as he has done 14'4
feet.
Coach Farrell ran Captain Burke,
Wittman and Lomis through a slow
220, so that all the men crossed the
tape at the saipe time and it was im-
possible to test the speed of any' of
them.
Isbell, Davis, Reinke, Polhamus,
Marsh, Cushing, Shenefield, , Martin,
I Purdy, and others ran through their
respective distances.

was decided to pay the referees as
follows: $1.25 for a regulation baseball
game, and 75 cents for a playground
baseball game. This is an increase1I
over the rate paid last year. If1 ING
Three games remain to im played in
the fraternity handball before the 'MOAI HAH
tournament can be terminated. The MEN TO R
following have been scheduled for this
afternoon: Lambda Chi Alpha vs. Phi
Ktn r,'rn Vl givq Ni vp: K.;n With niotei

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.YLappa mI Illa, i ma1L u Lis1 ). aPpnILII Ie eg- 1 *1m I -U
Nu. They niust be played by 5 o'clock definitely and a trio of others pending
this afternoon. Coach Archie Hahn is prepping, his
yearing rackartists r hade-
Entries for the following sports are yearing trackt for a hard sea-
now being received: All-campus ten- !son on the paths of Ferry field.
nis, doubles and singles, All-campus Wisconsin's freshman aggregation
horseshoe--doubles and singles, All- will oppose the Wolverine babes over
campus outdoor track, and interclass the wire on May 16, according to an
baseball. Students interested in the nouncement issued by Coach Hahn
first thi'ee of the above and class ath-y and Illinois, Ohio State, and
letic managers will find entry sheets wyeerday,samsi oSttea
posed t te Itraura oficeforIowa fresh) teams will no doubt 'keep
posted at the Intramural office for the telegraph lines hot in meets which
each of the sports. are ,expected to be scheduled in 'the
near future.
All fraternities that failed to sign At the present time Arebie has a
before vacation for the spring sports good supply of track artists develop-
which include tennis, baseball, horse.- ing under his tutelage, but he is prat-
shoe, and outdoor track, should tole- tically without competent timber in
phone their entry into the Intramural the weight events. I=eis anxious,
o~~esometime today or ,',toinorr..! therefore, for all me~mbers of the
The entry sheet for al' sports will freshman class and all men in their
close at 5 o'clock tomorrow night. first year of residence who are poten-
tial weight heavers to report to himi
on Ferry field this afternoon.
YGrid Men i"Lack of experience," says coach
Receive Sweat*an, "is no bar to good work. I
want every available man to appear
on 'Ferry field at his e riieSt possible
The following members of the 1922 opportunity, Wednesday )ternoon if
All-Frosh football team who were possible, whether or not he has ever
awarded sweaters last fall received seen a shot, or discuss, or hammer,
them yesterday: L. E. Bruce, R. G. or javelin before."
Babcock, M. C. Baker, R. J. Brown, The more powerful a man's build,
C. H. Crippen, F. W. Cory, R. S Dew-- according to Archie, the better his
ey, H. W. Downing, H. Ferenz, W. chances for success, but strength is
M. Funk, C. W. Grube, H. G. Goebel, something which can be developed if
R. B. Grubb, L. G. Heston, W. H. the candidate has the potential ability
Heath, W. H. Hernstein, H. Hawkins, which spells success.
I. L. Hertle, P. J. Kullman, J. Kru- Coach Hahn expects a good future
ger, M. Lutomski, R. A. Miller, I. C. turnout,.not only for the weight events,
Morrey, H. J. Meier' W. B. Matheson, but for all others, but he is partic-
F. Parker, R. Roseberry, R. L. Scheib, ularly. desiring of seeing a number
C. M. Stafford, R. Vick, F. T. Wall, huskies reporting to hiimi on Fer-
S. M. Wetzel, R. E. Marion. ry field this afternoon.

I eurves, Winning the
n proved his utility,
brother moundsmenI
e on three separato
chored a berth as a
aker both showed a
t neither one has had
ice to be at his best.
olish while.Baker isj
little control over

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very member of the squad hit the
osing pitchers, some of the best in
South. Haggerty, an addition to
squad from last year's Freshman
a filled his shoes at second like an{
timer and hit the pill as regularly,
any of the veterans. Blott, anoth-.
new regular, who substituted for
ic Vick behind the bat last season,
equally good stick work and found
ball for a number of long drives.
one weakness as a hitter seems
be that he does not stand up in
pinches'. Coleman, the other new
to get a try as a regular during
ral contests showed up well in
gardens and did a lot of good bat-
he greatest weakness of the squad

Isbell, of Michigan, is one of the
phenomenal members of- Coach Steve
Farrell's great Michigan track team
who is expected to show his wares be- i
fore the fans who gather for the 14th
annual Drake' 'University relay meet,
at Des Moines, April '2728:
Lincoln, of Missouri, is husky
enough 'to get a 'lot' of distance ini
throwing the .discus. He has been
showing good form of late. Lincoln
was a star fullback' on the Missouri
football team.
Morrow and Noll, two of Coach
Bresnahan's star distance runners at
Iowa, are shown nearing the tape in
an exciting race. Both are fast and
dependable, and they should give all
comers a great tussle at the Drake
meet,
Ben Lingenfelter, of Drake, is an
adept at hurling.' the javelin and he
will uphold the honor of the home in-
stitution in this event at the Drake
meet this year. Lingenfelter was an

end on the all-victorious Drake foot-
ball team of last fall.
Mail orders being received by K
L. Wilson, director of' the Drake Re-
lays indicate that thecrowd will be
the largest in the. history of thi
Western.,Athletic Clasic.

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. A, ILWomen Attend Convention
The Sarah Caswell Angell chapter,
of the Daughter's of the American Rev-
olution is being represented at the na-I
tional convention which is meeting in
Washington today by Mrs. Ella Kings-
bury, Mrs. .Arthur Brown, Mrs. Fred
Vanderveer, Miss Sarah Whedon, Mrs.
S. W. Beakes, Mrs. A. H. Stoneman,.
and Mrs. Seymour Morse.

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Intramural Items

Sweaters for the mn winning three
points in the recent Jll-campus track
meet and the winners of the All-cam-
pus wrestling tournament have arriv-
ed and can be secured by calling ai
the Intramural office any time today
Few men have signed up as umpires
for the coming Intramural basebal:
season and the officials in charge o'
the sport are particularly desirous
that more men appear immediately as
[the ' season will open the first of next
week. After careful consideration it

Whitney, FBI. and SAT., April 20-2
"The Unique Event of the Dramatic Year"-N. Y. World
OTIIELLO-FRtIDAY EVE AT 8
(With Mr. Hampden in the role of Othello)
THE RING OF TRUTh-SAT. MATINEE
A new play by Arthur Goodrich and Rose A. Palmer, based upon
Robeit Browning's "The Ring and t'e Book."
A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS-SA'. EVE.ING
(With Mr. Hampden as Sir Giles Overreach in Philip Massinger's sar-
donic comedy made famous by Edmund Kean, E. L. Davenport and
Edwin Booth.)

OUR LINE OF TENNIS RACKETS IS
COMPLETE
We have in stock the Famous Winner, the racket de-
signed and used by "Bill" Tilden. We can also show you'
the Lee, "Slotted Throat" Rackets, Wright & Ditson' s,
Reache's, Spalding's and other lines.

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See what we're showing in men's and young men's suits. A
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Mr. Hampden announces that this will be his last. visit to Ann
Arbor prior to assuming next September the lease,-of the National
Theatre, New York, which from that tirhe on will become his
producing headquarters.

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