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each L1t4Ie and Assistants Working
Daily With 70 Men to Find Two
Ends and Fulback
Vith three weeks of spring football
iind them, as well as a winter's
rk in the gymnasim, prospective
ididates for next fall's football elev-
are gradually. acquiring kcwledge
football fundamentals hih are
ng emphasized by ICoach George
tle and his staff of assistants, Goe-
, Cappon and Roby, at the daily
ctices held on Ferry field.
Lveraging. 70 men each day, the
ad is displaying an excellent spir-
of cooperation and a marked will-
ness for hard work which is ex-
dingly pleasing to Coach Little
I his assistants. Cappon's place
tllback and the two end positions,
d last year by Captain Goebel and
late Bernie Kirk, are open to.
W men next fall. It is the hope
the coaches that they have a cap-
e substitute for each position on
team, and they are preparing the
ad with this end in view.
Must Be Versatije
To stone is being left unturned in
nding the candidates into a fight-
machine, well versed in 'every
se of. gridron play. Not only are
nen ;taug4t the .va ious essen-
s in the playing of their position,
they ar being drilled in perform-
a multitude of things, in order
make each man as versatile as pos-
'irst and foremost, each man, with-
respect to position, must master
three important fundamentals,
eking, tackling, and falling on the
1. Next the squad is divided into
pups of backs, end, and linemel
I these groups are instructed in
defensive and offensive play of
ir positions.
he backs are drilled in every phase
backfield play, being taught how
un, buck, pass, kick, receive passes.
ck, and tackle. This is done in
er t desiiQP- s.ias.ny tripl threat
ks as possible, as a back who can
s, kick, or run the ball is a ser
s menace. to an opposing eleven-.
'ankmen must be proficient in
eking tackles, catching passes
ed in covering punts, tackling and
aking up interference, and driving
ys in towards center. tJse of hands
. clever footwork are essential
lificat ons for an end.
Benefit By indoor Work
trong position on defense, ability
ift opponents out of the play, use
aands, speed in smashing through
line, and uncanny ability in diag-
ing plays are all required of the
men. .,
!i the ,ame played last Friday.
ch was the first of the series, the
i showed encouraging results of
outdoor and indoor training, but
ity of hard work remains before
men reach the perfectness of play'
ch is essentialto a successful eev-
Coach Little has compiled charts
ch show the weakness of each man
the squad who competed in the
game, as well as the redeeming
ures in each man's play. By com-
ison of charts made at different
rvais throughout the preliminary
ning it is an easy matter to trace
development of each man on the
eading all oher candidates for
pon's position at fullback is Jim
ler, star of the Reserves last year.
s red-haired back seems to pos-
s all of Cappon's characteristics,
ing a husky build, strong driving
rer in hitting the line, and being
earcat in backing up the line. Hes-
ron the injured list with a sprain-
ankle, Miers,: and Heath are also
fullback material, all possessing
arkable physical qualifiat'igns

Matheson, Mote, and Lutomski have'
also shown promise as fullbacks.
Bernstein, Lawson Strong
Averaging a gain of six yards every
time he carried the ball last Friday,
Hernstein proved to be the offensive
star of the battle. This back has a
natural pivot with which he succeed-
ed in eluding many would be tack-
lers. Lawson played a fine game.
both on offense and defense, and'
Hierholzer proved to be a star on the
defense. Vick, brilliant forward pass-;
er, Wilson, and Witherspoon are cap-
able halfbacks, the latter two still to
be tested under fire.
Adept at blocking opposing tackles,
speedy under kicks, capable of receiv-
ing fe'ward passes, and a strong de-

At 3 o'clock this afternoon on Ferry field the Michigan Varsity
tennis team will play its first important home matches of the season
against the powerful Carnegie Tech aggregation of Pittsburgh.
Tennis has received all too little support during past years. It
is possibly quite natural that it should be eclipsed in popularity as
a spring sport by contests in baseball and track, and yet tennis
offers thrills, and plenty of them, of a nature entirely different.
No man or woman who has ever played the game can deny the inter-
est which it holds. No man or woman who has ever witnessed real
match play is willing to detract from it the popularity it so richly
The difficulty is that there are not enough of those who have
ever attended an intercollegiate or championship contest. A .big
crowd out for one afternoon's match play insures a large attend-
ance at every future court engagement. Today there is no counter
attraction. Michigan meets Carnegie Tech at 3 o'clock. Be there!


U E All games scieduled for yesterday
, will be played at a late'r rate and all
dead-lies set for the same time in
_ ~somc of the sports halv:^ 1,;'n1Contin-
Hurlers Given Woroiit Under Stands1 id until today.
In Preparation for lhi' En-
e anter Saturday Drawings have been made for the
first round of the elimination series of
COMING ROAD TRIP WILL SEE the fraternity horseshoe tournament.
WOLVERINES N THREE GAMES Sixteen teams will participate in the
halance of the tournament. Kappa Nu,
With one of the hardest baseball Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa eta Psi,
Witho olDe Alpha Eilon, Phi .Ch, Nu Sig-
games of the season scheduled \for ma N, Phi Beta Delta, sigma Chi.
Saturday, Coach Ray Fisher was for Cygnus, and Alpha Ta Omega have
ed to practically forego the regular been included in the eliminatins he-
practice aesslon yesterday afternoon cause theY won first- place i their
because of the decidedly inclement ! leagues. Alpha Chi Sigma, Zeta Beta
weather conditions. I Tan and Masona are also included as
No real workout was held but the it was impossible to place them in the.
Varsity mentor had:several, members leagues. Ph Kappa Tau and Chi Phi
of the battery staff out under the con- will be allowe d to compete as they
crete football stands and sent them were the only teams to finish in sec-
,through a short drill in order that and place with an average of .800.
there will be no chance of the men and Phi Sigma Delta, (the last team
going stale prior to the contest with needed to ma a balanced liiua-
SI Lin i U s herp is' a tion) was one of three teams who

Boston-No game; wet grounas.
.R H E
St. Louis............... 9 15 1
Philadelphia. ............. 7 11 2
Sell, North and Ainsmith; Winters,
Mitchell, Betts, Bishop and Henline.
Brooklyn-No game; wet grounds.
Chicago . .... ........ 9 11 4
New York...............6 11 ,3
Aldridge, Johnson and O'Farrell;
Jonnard, J. Barnes and Snyder.

fensive end, "Dutch" Marion stands
head and shoulders above the new
crop of flankmen. Marion proved toV
be a source of worry to the opposing j
backs on Friday. Palmer, capable of
passing and kickn , is tf also a bright
end. prospect. Stafford and Wetzel, ig d
both of whom starred on the All-frosh 1
(Continued on Page Seven) I Track Mentor of Ohinin That Laiff


one natica champion, for Gill

Carnegie Tech Tennis Mentor Forced
to Canieel. Trip With Tean
For Special Match
Inability of Coach Charles S. Gar-
land, Carnegie Tech tennis mentor, to
make the trip t6 Ann Arbor with his
court aggregation, has necessitated
the cancellation of plans which would
have brought him against Walter K.
Westbrook, '21, former Varsity tennis
captain and star of a national repu-
tion almost the equal -of Garland's,
when Michigan meets Carnegie at 31
o'clock today at Ferry field.
Pressing business matters, coining
up at the eleventh hour, are res-
ponsible for Coach Garland's absence
from the Technites' organization
which arrived in Ann Arbor this morn-
ing ready for the important match
with the Wolverines this afternoon.
While the failure to arrange a match
that would have been the biggest ten-
nis feature ever witnessed on Ferry
field, is a disappointment to those who
had hoped that it would take place,
there can be o denying that the sets
against Carnegie's brilliant court
squad will furnish a lot of thrills for
tennis enthusiasts.
The Wolverine and Tech lineups are
uncertain, no definite information be-
ing available on either yesterday af-
ternoon owing to the absence of the
Michigan teak at South Bend and
the fact that Carnegie forwarded no
certain starting list. The Maize and
Blue squad, however, is certain to
offer Captain Rorich, Manager Mer-
kel, and Kline, with the remainder of
the team, either one or two men, to
be picked from Jerome, Sanchez, and
Carnegie will pick her represen-
tatives from Captain Schwartz, who
will play number one, O'Connell, Keil,
Hausauer, Emery, and Marshall.
Prof. 'Shepard To Return Monday
Prof. John F. Shepard, supervisor
of building plans, who has been at
Whitechapel, Illinois, since Monday
night, where h ; attended the fun-
eral of him father, will; return to
Ann Arbor Monday, according to word
received here.

Yesterday Will Not Hinder
Men Against Ilinoin
Althcugl the unkindness of the1
elements forced Coach Farrell to call
off track practice yesterday, the vet-
eran mentor is of the opinion that the
loss of this workout will not seriously
affect the performances of any of his
stars Saturday when they oppose Il-
linois in a dual track meet on Ferry
field if the weather conditions allow
the men to cavort around on the field
This meet will probably be watched
the closest of any dtal meet of the
season as it will afford the critics and
fans a chance to get a line on the
relative merits of the two teams that
are expeced to fight it out for the
Conference championship on Ferry
field, June 1-2. By virtue of taking
the indoor championship, Michigan
seems to he quite the favorite although
it is extremely doubtful if either team
will total over five points more than
the other The Wolverines seem to
have the .edge on paper as to first;
place victors but .Gill's hope seems to
be to place enough seconds and thirds'
to atone.
Brooker Has New Pole
Prosser, star vaulter who turned his
ankle a few days ago, states that most
of the pain has departed and he is
almost certain that he will be able to
compete Saturday. Brooker made a
special trip to Detroit yesterday to
select a vaulting pole of his favorite
brand asahe broke his old favorite
while attempting to clear 13 feet at
the Penn relays. Both of these men
are expected to enter the meet hand-
icapped by a lack of practice and will
have to vault in their regular style if
they beat Brownell, the star vaulter of
the Illini, whose vault of 12 feet 10
inches at Drake was a sensation.
It is extremely doubtful if the new
high jumpping take off which was re-
cently installed after both McEllven
and Smith experienced difficulty in
doing their best on the old one, will
be available for use Saturday. The
groundtkeeper has the pit covered but
the soft clay of which it is composed
will need a lot of sun before the
jumpers are allowed to use it.
Although Steve's half milers are
rated as the best in the West; Bruigh-
ton, a new find in the Notre Dame
meet, will probably finish close to the
winner's heels.'tHe won the Notre
Dame meet in the fast time of 1:58
2-5. Pattison, another newcomer, will
probably cause the Wolverines a world,
of trouble in the mile as he negotiated
the distance in 4:26 against Notre
Three Champions in Acion
Both teams can lay claim to at least

boast of Angier in the javelinthrow!
while Steve can go him one better andE
present Hubbard in the broad jump
and Reinke in the half mile. The
former is expected to win his favorite
event with ease while Hubbard is ex-
pected to walk away with his favorite
event, the broad jump. Both of these
star performers have ,a chance to
hang up new marks Saturday in the
javelin and broad jump.
Steve has not yet decided whether
or not he will enter Reinke in the I
mile. The coach has a lot of confid-
ence in H lattendorff, second man tol
Reinke in the half mile, and is of
the opinion that he could' turn the
trick against the Illini without the as-
sstance of Reinke, the best half miler
in the West. Reinke, who has a
world of speed, might be able to turn
the tables against Gill and beat the7
representatives of his mile aggrega-
tion which is one of his strongest de-

A mon.,loo

In compiling this mythical All-Am-
erican track team only the most pop-
ular events have been considered, for
instance the throwing of a 35 pound
weight was included as an event in
some of the eastern intercollegiate
meets but as it was not universally
popular, this event has been excluded
from this team. Several hurdle races
have also been excluded due to the
fact that they were only popular in
certain sections of the country. Only
times and distances turned in in col-
lege competition have been consider-
It is interesting to note that Mich-
igan has men represented in ten out
of the eighteen events. Hubbard,
seems to be the outstanding star of
the lot as he is among the best in six
40 yard dash-4 5-10: Bagleberg,
Wisconsin; Barr, Notre Dame.
50 yard dash - 5 2-5: Wittman,
Michigan ;Hubbard, Michigan; Ayres,
'70 yard dash-7 1-10: Lever, Penn-
75 yard dash-7 3-5: Ayres, Illin-
440 yard dash - 51:00: Wilson,
600 yard dash - 1:18 2-5: Burke,
880--yard dash-1:56 4-5: Reinke,
(Continued on Page Seven).

thie sihin . l xYuqte34 # . - [umert.ca n E
swift change in the climate it is prob- finished with an average of .750, and Boston
able that the battery men will prac- they won the draw. Chicago-No game.
tice indoors this afternoon. Following is the schedule for the -
Conditions Must Be Best first round: Phi Sigma Delta vs. Kap- R 1 E
The weather has put a considerable pa Beta Psi; Phi Beta Delta vs. Kap- Philadelphia............5 6 4
crimp In Coach Fisher's plans. Al- pa Nu; Alpha Tau Omega vs. Alpha St. Louis .................10 13 4
though the enforced idleness will not Chi Sigma; Delta Alpha Epsilon vs. O'Neil, Kinney and Perkins; Nay-
seriously injure the condition of the ! Masona; Cygnus vs. Chi Phi; pha tor, S. Hocker and Severe'd.
Wolverine squad the coach was plan- Tau Omega vs, Phi Kappa Tan, Sig-
ning on some long drills this week in ma Phi Epsilon vs Phi Cli; Nu Sig- New York
order to get the Varsity in the pink ma Nu vs. Sigma Chi. These games Cleveland-'No game; snow.
of condition for the fray against the must be played and the results turn-
Suckers. ed into the Intramural office by 5 o'- Washington ,
Illinois is practicing hard for Sat- clock, Saturday, May 12, or forfeited. Detroit-No game; snow.
urday's game and expects to give the Fraternity athletic managers should
Varsity some real opposition. Coach get in touch with their opponents im- A E EE P
Lundgren has shifted his lineup send- mped.ately and get their matches play-
ing Captain Stewagt back to his reg- ed. They may use their own courts MAY MAKE IT QUADRANGULAR
ular position at the hot corner and or the Intramural courts which are
usgIg Schlapprizzi in the short field. located on the lot east of Waterman Yesterday's snowfall resulted,
Illinois supporters are pleased with gymnasium where the new Medical among other things, in the enforced
the way in which Happenny has been building will be erected. cancellation of the telegraphic track
holding down first base during thef- meet which was slated to be run off
early part of the season. Happenny' Entries for all sports included on yesterday afternoon between Michi-
has proved to be the find of the year the Intramural program have closed. gan's freshmen and the yearlings of
and leaves nothing to be desiredi i All men having entered any of the All- Ohio State university.
his work at the initial sack. J so npus tournaments should watch the Coach Archie Hahn has announced
It is quite probable that Jackson ( Daily closely from now until the end the possibility of a quadrangular wire
will start the contest on the mound Of school and see that their matches meet next Wednesday, the competing
for Illinois. Jackson proved effective are played off promptly. schools to be Michigan, Ohio, 111i-
last year against Michigan and Lund- nois, and Wisconsin.
gren has been grooming him all week Cpben t us Iled a ir'is Ha]
for the encounter. Attentianc at ozen house at arris Early Plants Appear in Botuny Exhibit
Livy Will Start Against Suckers I :all y _ster ay aftcrncoo was large de- The botany department has a case
The Wolverine lineup will probab- I spite the bad wveathcr. Thee gath- devoted to an exhibit of spring flow-
ly be the same as that which has erings aro held weekly on Wednesday ers in the corridor on the second floor.
started the last -few games. Coach afternoons and refreshments are serv- As soon as the spring plants are seen
Fisher will use Liverance in the box ed. they are brought to the case and plac-
as he expects the Wolverine ace to eel on cxhibit.
be in his old time form Saturday.
When Livy is right he is a hard pitch- A A"Rolling stones gather no moss,"
ert ea n e taxi u o at n +Q TB 1AIL CA NI-))t E" .S tne
er to beat and he 4s anxious to atone but unused furliture gathers dust.
for the poor showing he made against Asall 9G0.--Adv.
Alcandidates for spring foot- ICl 6. Av
the HawkeyesMnday-Allball report on south Ferry field ,
From Illinois the Varsity will jour- at 4 o'clock today. The Army - MONE~Y FOR SUMMEU WORK -
ney to Iowa City where on Monday and Navy teams ilel renew prac- I / LET IJ START QYU
they will play a return game with (ice for their second game next without a cent of capital in our direct-
Iowa. The Hawkeyes had a- disastrous week. GEORiCE LITTLE, I to-consumer plan taking';orders for
road trip over last week-end losing Coach. the best shoes money can buy,' Quick
threeconsecutive extra inning games seller and good commission. Big
and are determined to get revenge by money making o)portunity whole or
scoring a victory over Michigan on Others are benefitte by the classi- an time. No eperience necessary.
the Iowa field. "Eddie" Gibson, who ieds, why not YOU? -adv. ,a ss,.
proved so effective against Iowa a idwyntYU?-d.tn as
the game last Monday, will get the call l 1.Hl
for game with the same team next
week. "Eddie" had the "Injun" sign ASK FOR THEM-
on te etire team and if heca
duplicate his feat when he facesthem! AT YOUR GROCER OR RESTAURANT
again, the Wolverines stand a chance
of coming through with another vic-d
tory over the Farmers. d A 0I Eh n at
Michigan will play three games on I4
the first road trip of the season, stop- PHONE 664
ping over in Kalamazoo next TuesdayTC
upon their return from Iowa, to play T, Arbor Creamery Co
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