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! IRCKREATEM SPORT SNAP SHOTS
fl 14How old is Jess Willard'? T.he rec- pointed out thait the or ganization in
FuB T IL R CES od ooks issyued at the tune xhenI question may notaet a player
Willrd irs uY.dehi~tl~)CdTh fraom the 'major iJeague asociations
a witehop bak i~ 112 avehimduring the coning seasonx.
aownhirty-sp bcixnow.2The rhirds These leagues, are the American as-
nrloc, Purdy, 'holds', Martin, Isbell,;!conathrysxow Tercrd' sociation, the Pacific Coast and thej
B2 w«eII, Ilhdtendlorf , Rinke to issued of late years make hzim four International, which mn:ake up the
Lead Ilunners years older. Willard himself says 1Cl s Class AA, and the Thrxzee-f and WVest-
is thirty-six and does not look any ern leagues.
AIRED BEGINS STEADY WORK s more than that. If the Class _!;A associates refuse
AS LNDOOK MEETS APPROACH Willard had a year's experience in to accept players frome the majors the
the ring before he made his first ap-;players will be seant to other leagues
Teams were chosen by the captains pearance in New York in a bout with John A. Heydler, president of the Na-
the relay track teams yesterday, , Arthur Pelky in 1912'. That would tional -league, pointed out recently
hese teams will compete Saturday af-! make him twenty-four when New that some of the biiggest stars have
,roon for first honors in four dis York fans obtained their first sight come frone the smaller leagues.
"nees from six laps to four miles in (iof his lengthy proportions. In those _________
sngth. Coach Farrell spent yester-1 days the Kansas giant was a gangling
.tcorrivntet methodrof'ipas in ;roul gtrwhaI-e twas ae s nd I TiY 10CKY TA
ze corgivingthese menpacngtice in yungstrowhh. eWadloteobtaind hiORlh

while the Wolverines have had but All of the men show a decided disin-
two workouts since the last game. ! clination to pass the puck to a team
1It may be just this lack of practice mate at the groper time and it is only
Ethat will slow the Michigan squad; by continual driving on this point that
dlown to the point where their oppon-' results are being obtained. Lindstrom
e tnts will have a big advantage. Poor I is the only man on the forward lineI
ice Monday night halted the workoutI who can be induced to let go of the
while Tuesday night the session was !puick rather than to try to rush it
slowed up by heavy ice. It was tun- single handed threuigh the entire op-
familiarity with each other's style ofi position.
play that kept the Wolverines from l Wisconsin on the other hand shoe--
showing to better advantage here last ed signs of having played together be-
week; the enforced layoff cannot be( fore when they were here last week
expected to remedy this situationl and must have improved on their team
greatly. work by a considerable amount as a
Coach Barss has stressed combination result of this week's practice. Conli-
clay in the two workouts this week! backer and Johnson on the forward
and the team may be expected to lo)ok line will be hard men to stop if they
better in this p~articular in the comn-! are given any support and will p~rob-
ing games than they didl last week. ably be the biggest figures in the Wi-
INew Ycrk B3oston I

ecosi Ittaehi. X31. t [Ui g er dte- a fcim tounadtion at the Gopher school.
Tense man, als, elayed torng hoecey !TI-vy have alreadly playedl several,
in the first two , ones of the s;eries gamerrs with small college teams near
and will bear watching by the A ol-'.Minneapolis and have captured easy
venures, ivictories.
Vith W-isconsin ai] lflii .:nr con- On the basis of performances to dlate
ellin~g Iir ?''scaso l 's sane th fiis Michiigan and Minnesota seem] to be
WtrcC 5. l'inecnchdl d Ionca txe strongest possibilities for tlhe title
;Elbc. B3afger"s Pi.t tha nar fu-ture it be(- although Wisconsinl cannIot be counted
gins to be tosibe draw(j~~ a line of cut of' the running simnply because of
the abiolity ofthiree cent enrers forj her two defeats by Mlichiigan. The
the caposi of the Western In-I Badgers are potentially strong andl
trGulltt,1_tto hockey league. M'inne- may be expected to cone with a rush
5C~.-ok trong with rive veterans !as the season goes on.
on tln srsuadl anal the sport. really on ! (Continued on Page Eight)

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