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ERNIE TICK IN LINE FOR
=STEADY WORK WITRCARDS
Elrnie Vick, capain and star
catcher'-of the 'Varsity baseball
team in 1922, is slated to play
an important part in the cam-
paign of the St. Louis Cardin-
als this season. Clemens, veteran
backstop for Rickey's club, is
on the hospital list, and Ernie
"will be used to fill the breach.3

used as utility gardeners for a time
unless Connie Mack changes his mind
BASEALL UADand starts Strand regularly.
WORKS OUTDORScasey Traded To
_ Lowly Braves By
Coach Fisher Puts Men Tlrough Low Bra yGiants
Seven Inning Contest In N
Cold Wind
REGULARS TRUI YANNIGANS
BY RALLY LATE IN FRACAS

ERINES FAVORED TO WIN
LCE IN SATURDAY'S AFFAIR

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ichigan's two mile relay team to
against Ohio State, Notre Dane, Traini g tarts
Ames next Saturday night in
eland was definitely chosen yes- For Derby M ounts
ay afternoon following half mile
.s in the Yost field house to de- Louisville, Ky., April 8.-(By AP)-
nine the fourth member of the Not more than 20 or 25 of the 152
. - three-year-olds nominated for the fif-
one of .the biggest upsets of the teenth renewal of the Kentucky Derby
Cochran ran a beautiful race and at a mile and a quarter, for a purse
out Roesser, Morton, and Bowen carrying $50,000 in added money, will
he tape in the fast time of 2:01 1-5. go to the post in May, in the opinion
race was hardfought from the of turf experts here.
t and Cochran's head work coupl- Most of the colts, fillies, and geld-
rith a great burst of speed at the ings nominated for the golden anni-
won for him. He was running versary of the classic, already have
tth until the -last half lap, and started training or are being seasoned
took the lead within 50 feet of the at winter tracks. Many of the candi-
dates of strictly Derby class have had
chigan's team in the Cleveland careful preliminary' training 'and are
which will.be run in connec- either ready n;ow, or will be shortly,
with a huge interscholastic meet dange harlfiile at about : exie
Le CIyeland Public hall, will con- of last year, however, when many of
of Freyberg, Captain Hattendorf, the colts had gone a bit stale, trainers
ke and Cochran. With the ex- are not rushing the youngsters
ion of Cochran every member of Last year the record number of 21
quartet has run in several relays runners faced the barrier. The field
re this season and the Michigan usually is somewhat smaller, due to
. SQ tar remains unbeaten. Con- the $500 starting fee and the class
ing Cochran's performance yes- of animals entered.
ay afternoon it is safe to predict A field of even 25 starters would not
the runners will be able to aver- be too large. The track is at least
2:01 for their respective half- 120 feet wide at the starting point and
S. the field has a quarter of a mile to run,
.1es, Ohio State, and Notre Dame before making the first turn, which
probably be unable to place teams also is very wide.,
e race which will be able to beat
Volverines and the Michigan team Big Le g lub
be out to establish a new record niIg Tea e Clu&
he track. It will be the first time
a Michigan team has run in the As1924CaMp
building which is considered one"
.e best of its kind in the country.
s a seating'capacity of more than. Final preparsltions for the big lea-
0 'anl ha a floor area equal to. gue seaso 'are being completed and
of=Yost field house. . the club inagers are cutting loosef
e meet, of which Michigan's race their excess talent as the trip north-
be a feature is being coniducted ward is beiig taken in unison by all
r the auspices of tle leveland 16 teams.
tic club. -The New .York* Yankees have been
slashing their roster for some jtime,
and now carry zilost ot the men who
wil lbe with them through the cam-
paign. Earl Coibs, the Louisville
flash, has made his way to the Yank
roster among the outielders. Lou
Gehi will be retained as utility in-
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Coach Fisher sent his proteges
through a seven inning game yester-
j day on the Ferry field diamond de-
spite the cold weather conditions in
order to whip the squad into shape
for the oncoming trip.
The men displayed a fairly good
brand of ball despite the unfavorable'
conditions under which they worked.
Th'e game was scheduled to last the
regulation nine innings but Coach
Fisher shortened the contest as the
weather grew colder.
George Haggerty, who has been

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rTe hsirintention to try out for the records
GiCill's Teant To L raieSaturday.Fors o team, but wish to do so, are j the Ath
Clash1Wifh B rkin At rezuested to notify me by Friday melee bi
Itaril'ley no ion of this week. melredu
-. HUGH T. SMITH. is a gen
SQUAD TO STOP FOR . E IUAK0 gcut mor
RELAYS ON RETURN JAtNT ________tfrm bo
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Urbana, Ill., April 8.-The Univer- In dians To Enter Brugg
sity of Illinois track team, indoor 7 lhe arrive
champions of the Big Ten, will leave I e mI"(" ' P"m'c grounds
Saturday for its outdoor dual meet -- has take
with the University of California at For the first time in the history now and
Berkeley on April 19. The Illini will of the modern games India is pre- catching
have had little more than a week's Paring to send a track and field team successE
outdoor practice for the meet, because to the Olymnic contests in Paris. that he i
of blad weather. The majority of the men who will letes like
Coach Gill's athletes will travel in represent that country in the inter-i Bruggy
two special cars, entraining Saturday national event were chosen at a re- laugh on
afternoon after a final workout on illi- cent meet staged by the Y. M. C. A. at Who's W
riois field. They will travel by way! Delhi. More than 7,000 athletes from If you
of El Paso, Tex., arriving at Los An- all parts of the country were enteredl guy on
geles Tuesday afternoon, April 15. in the elimination trials. And most
The Illini will leave Berkeley on Nine men are expected to comprise school y
Sunday following the meet and will I the team. Of these nine three are of'gennt fen
stop off at Ogden, Utah, for a few British extraction. The three British
hours' rest. There was some talk of a descendants are 1Nall, Hawkes and Patrons:
meet at Ogden with an all-Utah team, IIleatheote. -lall, from Bengal, won Patrn
but this idea has been given up. The the 100 yard dash, Hawkes, emerging
team will arrive at Des Moines on from the Punjab won the shot putting
April 23 and remain for the Drake re- event. Heathcote won the running
lays that week.-end. - high j!ninp. The victories earned them
No less than 20 men will represent places on the team. ' On the
Illinois in the meet on the coast, while YourI
at Drake the entire squad will get a Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

1Y EANS WORLD'S
Bruggy may not break any
at bat or behind the plate for
etics in the coming big league
ut he probably deserves the
crown right now. If there
t in the big show today who
re superfluous lard off his
etween Feb. 28 and today let
up.
'y looked like a balloon when
id at Connie Mack's training
at Montgomery, Ala. He
en off close to fifty pounds
appears in perfect shape for
duty. And, what makes his
all the more interesting is
is beyond the age when ath-
to make work of training.
y, incidentally, is having a
the gent who made up the
ho of the Mackmen.
go by that list I'm the only
the club who is' over thirty.
t of them can't be out of high
et," he chirps. "But the
t that calls me grandpa is
el real mournful."
ize Daily Advertisers.-Adv
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holding down the hot corner, was
missing from yesterday's workout andI
Weitzel was put in his place on reg-
ulars. Green took Weitzel's position
at first base on the yannigans.
The regulars finally emerged ahead
of the yannigans, 8-5, but were forced i
to finish strong to annex the game.
The yannigans got to the "regular"
twirlers early in the game and held
the lead until the ultimate victors
started a late rally which netted them.
enough runs to assume the lead.
Coach Fisher used almost all of his
new pitching timber in yesterday's
tilt so as to see how the men work
under fire. Walter, Jabonowski,
Gillingham, . Hildebrand, Stevenson,
and Reinert worked on the mound
for a while, but they did not extendj
themselves.
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group, and Society basketball
niFons are at the Intramural of-
and can be had'by calling.
e Freshmnan group relay medals
boxing sweaters are also at the
1 umpires for Intramural base-
should sign up at the office.
itries in the Independent, Soci-
and class baseball are open and
.ld be made at once.
rday is the last day to enter the
ampus singles and doubles ten-
ournaments. All fraternities who
id to enter in the tennis tourna-
t shouldj have their names in by
ay. Drawings will be made on
ay afternoon.
)AILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT J

into shape -more rapidly than was ex-
pected following his fractured rib,
and will undoubtedly be behind the
plate' in the opening game,
Ty Cobb hs made a halfway an-
nouncement to the effect that Earl
Whitehill, recruit left hander, will be
on the mound for the Tigers in the1
first game of the season with Cleve-1
land next week. Emory Rigney is
showing his former pepper and Cobb's
worries in that direction are lighten-
ed. Del Pratt will hold down the sec-
ond base position until he shows
signs of slipping.
Cleveland fans are worrying about
Manager Speaker's pitching problem.
CoVeleskie and Uhle are the only real
standbys on the team. Joe Shaute,
Jim Edwards, Joe Lindsey, Guy Mor-
ton, and Sherry Smith are the other.
-veterans of one or Iziore .seasons.
George Metevierwho finished up the
season iast year with the Indians will
be the dark horse of the squad.
Manager Stan Harris has much the

agn Approachesl
same problem as Speaker. Johnson,
Zachary, Russell, and Mogridge, the
vets, are uncertain quantities. Mc-
Grew, Bean, Marberry, Roe, and Zah-
niser will face the task of supporting
the Senators' hopes if the older twirl-
ers .falter. The third. base sttuatio
has not 'been definitely settled, but
Prothro has the edge for the posi-
tion.
George Sisler has a flock of third
basemen woiking for the job with the
Browns. llerbe Ezell, Rice, Robert-
son, and Simon have all been tryingI
for the liot"corne 'bit none' of theP
group has cinched the position yet.I
The Chicago White Sox continue to
hold the place of "mystery team" of'
the American league. . There is no
mystery about the Sox outfield; which
will, be strong. Mostil, Strunk, Hoop-
er, Falk, Elsh, Archdeacon, and Bar-
rett are all back in harness. Short-
stop and pitching appear to be the
weak points on the team at present.
The Boston Red Sox are undoubted-
ly a much improved team. The trade,
that brought Bill Wambsganss and
Steve O'Neill to the beaneaters will
add strength to the club where it was
most needed. Dudley Lee, youthful
sensation at shortstop, has cinched the
job. Joe Harris will take George
Burns' old place at first base.+
The addition' of Strand and Sim-,
mons, outfielders, and Max Bishop, i
second baseman, to the Athletics, will I
inject new blood of proven ° ability
into. the club. Bishop will replace
Jimmy Dykes at the keystone sack,,
while Strand and Simmons will be

Casey Stengel
. Casey Stengel, world's series hero
i October, 1923, and sold over the
counter a few months later, is now
ready for another season-and xon-
Bering what the future holds for him.E
Casey was traded to the Braves, af
seventh place outfit.
SLO MOINPCUES
TO0I BSTEN JUDGS
Wh en the Western conference out-
door track and'field games are held on
Stagg field, June 6 and 7, slow mot-
ion pictures of the finish of all races
will be takeniaccording to Macy Good,
president of the graduate managing
committee. Tiis will have a tend-
ency to make the judges more accurate
in picking the 'variouIs"place winners.
President Good and other members
of his committee will attend the Drake
relays at.Des Moines, Iowa, to induce
Charles Paddock of California to run
an exhibition 100 yard lash in con-
nection with the Big Ten meet.
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chance. Ayres and Evans, sprinters; - __
Captain Johnson and Kinsey, hurdl- I
ers; Hall and Mieher, distance run-
ners; Brownell, vaulter, and Schild-
hatter and Angier, weight men, are al-
most sure of places. ^
Iaul J. Schissler, football coach
and director of athletics at Lombard
college, Galesburg, Ill., has been rec-
ommended to the board of regents of HH vs
Oregon Agriculaural college for theWa
appointment of football coach there. Easter Vacation
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SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE
VIA
THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
ACCOUNT
SPRING VACATION
For the accommodation of University of Michigan Students, re-
ning home Friday, April 11th for Spring Vacation, the Ann Arbor
lroad will, provide the following train service:
SPECIAL TRAINS
Lv. Ann Arbor ...................11:40 A. M. (C.T.)
Arr. Toledo ...................... 2:00 P. M. (E.T.)
This Train will handle passengers ONLY for Toledo and points
ond.
Lv. Ann Arbor..................4:41 P. M. (C.T.)
Arr. Owosso...................7:20 P. M. (C.T.)
This train will stop at Howell, Mich., and Durand, Mich., to dis-
rge passengers, protecting Pere Marquette and Grand Trunk con-
tions.
REGULAR TRAIN SERVICE
(SOUTHBOUND)
In addition to the above Special Service the following regular
n service Ann Arbor to Toledo will prevail:
Ann Arbor 11:40 A. M. (C.T.) 2:00 P.M. (C.T.) 4:30 P. M. (C.T.)
Toledo 2:10 P. M. (E.T.) 5:00 P. M. (E.T.) 7:00 P. M. (E.T.)
(NORTHBOUND)
Northbound trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor, 8:10 A. M. (C.
and 4:41 P. M. (C.T.) respectively, connecting with Grand Trunk,
higan !Central, Pere Marquette and G. R. and I. for all principal
tinations in lower and upper peninsula of Michigan.
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