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January 04, 1923 - Image 7

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11~~ k S yeen given a trial it has become are
.7 ri a M ag zine ays Icgnized snort oan the organized pro-
Seedbal Has Proven Success The playing field has been seen
_________________ y most of the students at Michigan
Si mid needs but little description, but
Speedball, a new game invented byI and arms and they have found that tipo little de ;c-iption, but the various

I llmer ID.Mitchell, iriector of nta
Athbletic Assoc ationi to, Thick Spsort many times Conference champion in mrlaheis nodrt ov h
To Uinit in Opening of i Rig Ten the aquaticfheld, is again formnidable, problem of obtaining a new outdoor
Comlpetition j and is e :pected to put in a powerful game that would,1be a success for fall
I bid for Big Ten lhonors. No meet will Intramural sjorts aniong; ,the students
WORKJ( ON SCIIEI. *t LE NEAlk INg(1 {be hld wc uith2 Chicago, it being iiipos- Where football andl soccer failed, has
INN; NORTHJIYE1,TE 'Its;SL l: sible to agree upon a date. I-lowever, proven its worth, according to an ar-
Indiana will probably be substituted ti~cle that appears in the January is-
for the M~aroons, the meet to take. sue of The American Boy, a peried-
Swimming, "Varsity sport, has its' aldvtdoth uliin ad
curtain call this afternoon. At 3:30 place either in the local Y.M.C.A. oricldvtdoth ulfin ad
o'cock'evry rop~civetan cadithe Detroit Athletic Club. This meet -boosting of all athletic sports.
is t er~ is still hnigfrhwvr sae Gog F. .Pierrot, the writer of the
dlate isexpecedto report to otGeorgestrygdescribrespeeowallasaaclaan
E. Little, assistant Director of Inter-! oherfstr,ectigges for boy s alan ,
cleitAtltcathAnAro Tlhe first practice this afternoon is!fsectngaeorby ndo-
clegaAtl~ics, at he A . Arbo[lege studel,ntand characterizes it as

refrainy andabide by these r estr icierons;ph-3('s of. the ' Me which ave beeni


of soccer is to make the game des-' defvelvpedl by the teamts while in search
tastefullin every way.I o ntew plays fire what have insured
With interest lagfging; in soccer, it'the continued playing o" speedball.
,was seen that a niew game was need..- Particuilary is this true. of the over-
ed. In the fall of the year outtside >tc-a lg-Mie and the different ways in
ofsa football, ther'e is no popular sport <<wy:; hc l alcnb andl-
suh~sbsetalor baseball. T hoE d after it has been caught.beI
vhole principle :a of the nrew ga ne_ > i.;! The player that caches the fly veil
evolved about the idea which brings ' can advance one stele with the ball
the handls into play witiout destroyingr and then must resort to several alter-
the kicking feature of soccer. The natives before lie can go any farther
rule on this phase of the game read:; toward his goal. It can be passedl
that a kicked fly ball can be lilayedl to another player, or he may punt
;with the hands until it, has again and if lie is close enough to his owni
dropped to the ground. With passing goal may dropkick it. A successful
allowed, a new miethod of scoring wa dropkick counts in the scoring, though
introduced, similar to the forWard not as much as a goal. Furthermoe
bass. into the end zone of a football the ball can be jockeyed down the

-a firm hold upon the members of the; field, field or dribbled with the feet, and{
-1 different fratcr nities, classes and cam-( With this inspiration as a basis, the' can keep it to himself by resorting to
pus organizations here at Mlicigan1study of either g;ams was utndertaken7 the overhead dribble-that is pas,-
and besides has been ethusiastically and by the f'all of 1921 the nrew game ing" it over an opponent's' head and'
endorsed- by mansy r ecrea.tional di- had beenr satisfactorily invented. it' catching is before it strikes the
rectors ithroughout the lstate of Mich- ! was first 13laye*d by' two volnte- r boilml. 'These various means of ad-
igani. At a- recent; meetbingof the teams with the resullt tat when the a+<nc;ing the ball insures a variety of'
State Physical Education council it playing tunie was called 1 he psa e plays andl if the opposing teams is no4
wao enocrsed as a gameo for Junior ! er so interested andl enthused overoawae onstantly a score will result
phigh schools, for whlomr it wa felt 'the new short that they v.ished to con- ff the passing is successful.
that football should not as yet be tinue playing. IpijJ~ t cri ~Es
encouraged. Na ip Is p p licT fairly easy to score too, if the
Speedball evolved from basketball TO )Ralph Rychener, formr Varsity ,ball comies close enough to the goal.
edfoctbail in a pecut]ar~ way. tUot- ; I set ball captain, goes the credit .^. foward pass may be thrown, the'
band a isaifcoy salIt~a otihe name of the new game. W~ile rall pray-1)be(ropped upon the groundi
mural game because the injuries were aeunig from the field of play after' and: an attemt made at kicking the
many due to the Inability to properly j 2 hard prat.tiice it the new gr l-, t fial nder teo'cross bar, or a (dropkick
cqnip) and train the miany player.( ex -star said, "This cert-ainly is a "may be tried. Forwardl passing priov-
Besides it takes a considerable amount speedy g.;mre-let's call it ' r4edalV."' d to be the most poular way of!
of preliminlary practice before te oal- Tile new name was adoted by Coach sceorinlg goals but not so many mnore
play can be developed. FPr these i-a- Mitchell immnediatly afterwards and paints were made this way than werej
csfootball as an Int:rural soont it has bc'n satisfadorily proven hat mailc by the penalty kick, when the
was disnensed 'with. there isnt 1 another namre that ywl= i iml was taken ot to the J2 arxl1
?soec*c IIftid r Lug ; sitiJ }atr. 1re nlaced1 diretly i roto
;oerwsitoue to In 1k2 the campur , at Michgan e- 'he goal, and the krickr permitted to~t4e itrracdt upe am;aCutne ihtc aeadi ryahc ne h rlbrwt
monlnt football, but from the first it a aane ihtegaeadi v ikuuirth rsbrwt
onastisactry ecaiseof he ackofscred a crestt;succes:. . rr boy,. at none but the goal tender to prevent?
v'naidactionywbechaus the slick of Un iv+ r itv wrote homle aibcll.the 'iftr col petion. Spedb ll's foling I
vaifact in whi the succsflapeo'm e aeand everywhere ter. it ?as Yrues5are similar to itose of base t-i
~American football to the player and______________
te spectator. There was a lack of IF RS U E T
jscoring, which made many ties, all ;IO T D M
ofwhich had to be played over again
Added to this is the fact that the Am- N ST R EE=
crican boys ho ie growi up with e.
highly coordinated use of the hanlds
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More Michigan mninplay
Milliards than is the case
in any other American or
Foreign University. rThis1
has beeni true now for it
period of nearly tiventy
years. .!he reason-

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