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THE MICHIGAN. DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARCH 6,1924

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Wants Dry Diamond
Start of Southern Trip
April 11

Before ,j

YEARLING WEIGHT TOSSERS
WILL TRY FOR OLYMPICS
Two members of Michigan's;
freshman track squad are among.
the best prospects in the shot
put for the Conference meets~
next year. ohn Stuart, of D e-
troit, has put the weight better
than 45 feet, while Charles.
Munns, of Denver. Colo., has'
tossed the shot in the neighbor-
hood of 45 feet in practice al-
ready this season. Both men
will take part in the Olympic
tryouts this spring.

TEN TRAC KMEN TO
'ATTEND M:E E T

Dashmen, Hurdlers, Jumpers, and.
lay Team Will Make Trip
Tomorrow

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DIAMOND TRYOUTS ARE STILL
ENGAGED IN BATTING DRILL
With the change of weather, the
minds of Coach Ray Fisher and his
baeeball squad are turning toward the
thought of the outdoor diamond, which
may be in use within two or three
weeks if the thermometer continues to
climb at its present rate.
Although the Ferry Field ball
grounds are still in bad shape from
the constant thaw, there is a possibil-
ity that they will dry up sufficiently
to allow the diamond squad to move
outdoors in time to get in considerable
work before the trip south which will
start April 11. The Varsity play-
grounds are one great mass of mud
at present, but as soon as the trick-
ling rivulets caused by the melting
of the snow stop running, it will be
possible to start getting it into shape.
Batting practice is still holding the
stage at the field house and will con-
tinue to do so until the basketball
floor is removed and a diamond laid
out on the site now occupied by the
court.'. Although a large share of the
candidates are rapidly getting their
eye on the ball. no sluggers of unusu-
al ability have been uncovered. This
is a disappointment to Fisher who
needs a number of hardhitting lads
to fill the shoes left vacant by the
graduation of several of last year's
luminaries in the realm of swat.
Furthermore, the pitchers are not
displaying any remarkable propen-
sities in the deceiving line, which cir-
cumstance, coupled with the compar-
ative inability of the fielders to con-
nect with the ball, 'makes Fisher's
taske liardone. How ve, prospdets
;are not as glooiny assmight' be the
case. Captain Jack Blott still swings
"his dynamic bat with all the vehe-
inence of' last year, and: Hary Kipke,
vho has the happy faculty of con-
,ecting when a hit is most needed,
'will r rt 'as soon as h si kee is
7ufficxitr y healed. George Dagger-
3.y will be out after his old place on
ythe infield after the basketball winds
up. its season at Urbana Saturday
; ight. Haggerty will probably be us-
"d at third base this spring, a pos-'
~tin r he ayed' in sveal ,of
eg e ear 'ako LI:is a fast
mnan around the bag, and should covei-
9he hot corner in good shape.
DilIman is making a bid for the
short stop position, and may prove to
be a capable successor of "Gabby"'
'z s a cpIl' si ss r.o " a b"teritz who captained last year's
team. Gies and DeView are among
the new men who are trying for the
short stop and second base positions.
"Dutch" Wilson appears to have the
call at the initial sack. Wilson came
up from the freshman squad of last
season. and has the makings of an
able first baseman. He handles him-
self well, but is rather weak with the
stick. If his hitting improves, he
should be of great help to Michigan
in the coming campaign.
The catching department is well
taken care of by Captain Jack Blott,
who has few peers as a receiver in
the 'West. The Wolverine pilot's
mighty bat will play an important
part in Michigan's drive for .Confer-
ence honors for another year. Baker
and McBride, are also workig out at
the position behind the bat.
The more experienced pitchers are
-showing good form in the daily work-
outs although none of them is a sen-
sation by 'any means. Benson, Stry-
ker, Shoesmith, and Torrey have all
had work on other Varsity squads,'
and are getting into shape rapidly.
Gillingham, Hildebrand, Parks, Shaw,
and a large number of others are al-
so working for places on the hurling
corps.

Xathers Men Will Leave For IllinoisI
Contest Tomorrow
Night

TRYOUTS IN SEVERAL EVENTS
SCHEDULED FOR NEXT WEEK
A squad of nine men will be sent to
East Lansing to participate in the M.
A. C. invitation meet atEast Lansing
tomorrow night according to an an-
nouncement Issued by Steve Farrell
yesterday afternoon. The squad will
consist of Wittman and Higgins, en-
tered in the dashes, Aubrey in thel
hurdles, Rhodes in the pole vault, Mc-
Cain in the high jump, and a two mile
relay team consisting of Bishop, Coch-
E ran, Garson, and Hicks.
The rest of the squad will take a
layoff tomorow and Saturday while the

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The basketball schedule for tonight
is as follows: 7 o'clock, Detroit
Junior college vs. Saginaw-Bay City
club, Olds house vs. Toledoians, sPhi
Elks, vs. Gobs, -7:45 o'clock Barnes'
all stars vs. Black and Blue, Starks'
all stars vs. Detroiters, Harmonies 'vs.
Agony five, 8:30 o'clock, senior medics
vs. junior medics, soph lits vs. senior
lits, group 4 vs. group 7.
Entries are wanted for many sports
today. The following are open for en-
trance: All-campus indoorttrack meet.
all-campus foul shooting tournament,(
fraternity relay race, freshman sec-
tional group relay meet, and fartern-1
ity wrestling tournament. The last
of the above named will close at 5
o'clock, tonight,and already promises
to' be. an interesting event- as many
former champions both of the Univer-
sity and prep school are entered. The,
schedule for the wrestling tourna.
ment will be announced in Saturday's
Daily and the first round will begin
Monday night at Waterman gymnas-'
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'(Continued on Page Seven)'

Lose Only One First Place
Tankmen Winning by
C ount.

to) Farmier
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220 yd. free
Mich., second,
Briggs, M. A..'
Plunge, won
Mich., second,
third Peidman,
6 inches.'
60 yd. back

lSVANQUISH AGIES!

style, won by Kerr. on the chart for the Intramural all-
.ohnson, Mich , thidaround athletic efficiency chart yes-
by Captain Kearn, turday, as a result of the awarding of
Whitlock, M. A. C., points earned in the fraternity track
Mich., distance, 69 feet rmeet. A complete account of the pre-
sent standings will be in tomorrow's
stroke, won by Kerr, Daily.

GOW AND KERR ARE HIGH MEN
I WITH TWO FIRSTS APIECE
Michigan swimmers splashed their
way to an easy win over the water-
squad of M. A. C. at East Lansing
Tuesday night, the final score being
1 50-18.
The Aggies took their only first
place in the fancy-diving event which
was won by Bordeaux while Rich-
mond, also of the Aggies finished
second. -Cow and Kerr were the in-
dividual stars of the meet both men
coming through with two victories
and swimming a good race in the re-
lay event.
Summary:
'120 yd. relay won '4by Michigan
'Johnson. Papenguth, Kerr, Gow) time
:59:8.
Fancy diving won by Bordeaux, M.
4. C., second Richmond M. A. C., third
Tapenguth, Mich'

50 yd. free style, won by Gow. Mich..' '"ich., second, Richmond, M. A. C.,
second Johnson, Mich., third, Briggs. third. Whittingham Miich., time, :43.2.
M. A. C., time :26.2. 100 yd. free style, won by Gow,
60 yd. breast stroke, won by Ali I -M1ich.. second, Johnson, Mich., third
ziner, Mich., second Whittingham, Collette, M. A. C. time :59.8.
Mich., third Eckerman, M. A. C.,
time, :43.8. MAmy fraternities changed places

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KIRELIEL T RMAN N union F~air is taking place ,in th'e
KIPKE LIKELY TO REMAIN IN I ULdiI I' 'difi 'dl1U iL i
LINEUP DECLARES FALLOW field house. and. will, resume final pre-
paration for the Indoor Conference
Coach Mather will send his basket- meet next Monday afternoon. There
ball proteges through their last hard will be a number of trials held during
practice of the season today in pre- the fore part of the week to determine
paration for the game with Illinois at the final makeup of the squad to at-
Urbana Saturday night which will end tend the Conference meet. Trials will
the current season for the Wolverines. probably be held in the two mile, the
The team will indulge in a light mile, and the 440 yard run. It is not
basket shooting practice tomorrow likely that more than 20 men will be
and will embark for Urbana tomor- sent to the Big Ten meet this year
row night. The. men are in good con- because of the small number of de-
dition with the exception of Kipke pendable performers on the team. All
whose knee is still bothering him. members of the squad which took part
However, Billy Fallon is working! in the Illinois relays will probably
daily with the .injured' member and make the trip.
promises to have the star guard in)Yesterday afternoon was a. busy
shape to enter the final game. one for Steve's proteges and. they will
The Illinois five has won its last be put through more stiff workouts to-
four games and will do its utmost day. The milers, half milers and the
to win from Michigan Saturday and two milers all took workouts as part
then from Minnesota next week. Vic-
onesin otho~ heseconest wo of the, program' yesterday. The half
tones in both of these ontests would t milers, three of whom will be entei'ed
put uby's teami in a: position to tientheena Easnettrog
first honors. The race will not he s in the event a Evanston, went through
e-decided until the last game is playedi a- slow'run,' while the roilers 'who will
as Chicago, Purdue, Wisconsin and go to M. A. C. tomorrow afternoon did
Illinois all have opportunities to fin - a falirly fast eight la.ps The two
ish in the top rung. milers, who have not been seen in ac-
Just who will stat for the Wolves- tion together for the past week or so
ines. in thei' 'fi ale is' uncertain ran a good race with Callahan' breaks
the Skipper made a shift' when he ing the string in 9:58 31-5; the fastest
started McWood, at forward in place time that has been made in the field
of Heiderson in'the last game. These house this season. Nich9Json wasts oq
two players and Morgaridge alter- ond in 10:02 which is his best time for
nated as Haggerty's running mate the year."
but it is_''not decided who will receive There will be ten events on the
first call Saturday higiht. 'Kipke will schedule of the Conference meet in-
probably start at his guard position cluding the two mile, the mile, half
but if he is forced to remain on the mile, 440, 50 yard dash, 60 yard high
sid.elines Kenrick or Landre will be hurdles, pne mile .relay, .high jump,
sent into the fray t- pole vault and shot put.
Departing from the, custom of tak-
ing nine players on the trips, Coach,
Mather will take all eeven men to;
Illinois.. L The twrigintd. squiad: of 17 Talk About
has been reduced to 11 because of
eligibility requirements and injuries. Yellow Journalism!
The men who will make the trip are l \Wait for the
Kipke, Haggerty, Doyle, Deng, Hen-f
derson, Mogaridge, McWood, Kenrick,
Landre, Stegmeier and Kressbach.
Two regular players will be seen'
in action for the last time Saturday
night. Harry Kipke, star guard for Is a Knockout!
the last three seasons and Deng, the
discovery of the year will both play
basketball for Michigan the last time.I
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