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N WOLVERINI T~g ER TS
LEAVE TODAY FORDAERLY

INTRAMURAL NOTICE I
There will be an important
meeting of all Intramural assist-
ant managers and tryouts in the
Intramural office at 10:30 o'-
clock on Saturday morning.

NEEDEDI T PACKi

3'I'.F; , 8 :RE'; MAN IY WORK

,4 Includes Two Mile and Half
lile Relay Teams and Three
Special Performers
1KER AND SMITh WIIL
COMPETE IN ;?ENN IELAYS
ach Steve Farrell, trainer Doc
dts, manager Art Graves and elev-
aembers of the Varsity track team
leave at 3:49 o'clock this after-
from the Michigan Central sta-
for the Drake Relay carnival at
Moines. The squad will arrive in
Moines at 8:10 o'clock tomorrow
ning.
ooker and Smith will also leave
y for the Penn relays where they
compete in the pole vault and high
p, respectively.
te squad which is making the trip
consist of a two mile relay team,
If mile relay team and th'ree per-
ers who will be entered in the
ial events. Captain Hattendorf,
ke, Freyberg, and Cochran will,
pose the two mile team, while the
mile squad will consist of Gold-
r, Purdy, Feinsinger, and Hig-1
Goldwater was chosen yester-
afternoon following a trail race
hich he led Spedding and Morton
our yards- at the end of the 220.
se. The tim.e was :23 flat. Mac-
en will be entered in the high;
, Hubbard in the board jump, the
step, and jump, and the high
les, while Doyle will be entered
ae discus throw and the shot put.
vo Mile Relay Team Unbeaten
chigan's representatives, though
in number are expected to make
gs interesting in their particular
ts. The two mile team has re-
ed unbeaten for the last two sea-
and Northwestern alone will be
red to press the Wolverine half
rs on this occasion. The Purple,
the event in the Kansas games
Saturday. and placed second to
igan in the Illinois relays during
ndoor season.'
braska will enter the halE nil*e
r favored to win although Michi-,
will be able to boast a quta'rtet of-
sprinters. The Michigan team
be expected to finish among the
although Les Wittman, the fast-
nan who has worn the Malze and
In recent years, is out with R1
d tendon. Goldwater is a ten
man although he is not in good
thee other .membhers of the team
experi~eced runners and can..bAe
Md %ip on 'to run god races.
ins led the other two men to the
yesterday afternoon in a tiral
in :22 9J-5 secoads.
bbard Should Win Broad Jump
ibbard will be favored to win the
d jump gthough Paul Jones of
iuw who has a mark of 24 feet 6.
nches to his credit will be in a'
ion to give him more competition
lie has had from anyone else in
nt years, The dusky Michigan]
ormer will adso take part in the
step, and jump in which he will
)rced to make close to50 feet to
e a win. ile did 47 feet at the
relays lastSaturday.

Required work in physical
training for freshmen will be
continued during the remainder
of the semester. Ea freshman
must indulge in som sort of in-
door or outdoor exercise. As-
sistants will take attenmanco at
the Ferry field club house.

etought at the plate when 3
[d to s(ore on Haggerty
From that time on the
weLre keut in lhand by Winn
not get a man past seconi
tenth.
The Aggies did not fare
ting only two men to the key
while neither one reache
bag. Inability to hit Win
pinches ket the Varsitys
as they had plenty of char
the early innings.

SIGMA DELTA PSI

Those wishing to try out for
Sigma Delta Psi, national honor-
ary athletic fraternity, can do so
any Tuesday or Thursday aft-
ernoon. The Intramural depart-.
ment will have a representative
at Ferry field after 3 o'clock on.
the above mentioned days. C
llublard will also take part Pi the
high hurdles where his competition
will be of the highest order and he
will be forced to the limit to even get
not be expected to take a first at Lhe
Des Moines meet but he should come
clcse behind Tom Poor of Kansas anti
Russell of Chicago, both of whom will
go around 6 feet 4 inches. The best
the Michigan performer can go is un4
der 6 feet 2 1-2 inches. Doyle will'
go to the meet favored to make a good
showing in both of the events in which
he is entered. The discus and shot
put will both be full of high ranking
weight men this year however and the
Wolverine will be fortunate to take a
Vilace. .
The squad will leave Des Moines for
Ann Arbor on the return-trip Saturday
night after the meet, arriving here
Sutnday afternoon. The company will
stay at the Fort Des Moines hotel.
FRESTOAN TRUCSTERS
WIL.HOLDWIRE MEET
Freshman tracksters will be pitted
against the Illinois yearlings May 3
in the first outdoor telegraphic meet'
of the season.
Coach Hoyt has taken his charges
out of doors for cinder work and hd!
feels that he will have the yearlings
readyto pull through for a victory;
over the -Sucker first year track squad.
In the recent indoor meet between]
the yearling squads of Michigan ands
YI11noia the ' dlverine yearlings ra
off with airea victory and with th
acquisition of several new men it i
expected that. the final count will show
another win for Michigan men.
Evei'y event but the pole vault shows:
stenthfr th.Miand Z-Lue&.fesh-
man squad. The dashies, the weight
events,.with:.the: exception o fthe
hammer; and the middle distanxce runs
being especially counted on to garner,
most ofT the points. ' ester,,Stering,
Leshinski, in the dashes, Hornberger,
Jung, in the middle distant runs,
Briggs and Baker in the two mile,
Koplon in the 440 and 220, Stewart,
Munns, Levette, in 'the weight events,
Weekes in the high jump, and Lasser
in the low hurdles, are among the men
to whom Hoyt looks for bringing a win
to Michigan.
Entries for society playground ball
are now open. Managers should sign
tp this week.

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The intramural office can use nine
more umpires in playground and hard
baseball.
Independent playground ball manag-
ers should make their entries before
noon this Saturday. Several teams
have signed Up already and a good
league is assured.
The interfraternity baseball sched-
ule will be postponed until Monday.
Games scheduled for Wednesday will
be played Monday, those for Thursday
will bej played Tuesday, etc., at the
times given.
Managers of independent and soci-
ety playground baseball should call
at the Intramural office to sign upI
immediately.
Interfraternity and all-campus
horseshoe coritest entries will be re-
ceived until Saturday, April 26. First
rounds in these contests will start on
Monday, April 28.I
All-campus tennis entries must be
in by 5 o'clock Friday as play will I
start Monday. Schedules for both
singles and doubles will be in Sun-
day's paper.
RURSH BSEALL SQUAD
GIEN REGULAR PRACT I
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More than 50 yearlings answered
Coach Mather 's second call' for' fresh-I
m~an baseball candidates yesterday aft-
ernoon on the south Ferry field dia-
miond.
;Mather expressed. his satisfaction
at the turn , t5 anal' he .expects .. to
roeund out a presentable squad with
,Wich; to et.,d ~nt44ctual fieldl work.
battery men have been working for
several weeks and are rapidly round-
iig r..ayng shape . .
Yesterday's practice consisted in the
rmai nbasallngdiowns ylnglies for
enoutergardnera ud in some sniap-
py defensive work for the infeld pro-
petuires, Ragged fielding and oyer-
throwing were much in evidence but
it is expected that with a few days
mere of work the first year men will
be stepping around in good style and
will have gotten the kinks out of their
arms.
Practice will be held every afternoo-
but Saturday of this week at Ferry
field.

1131T ONE -RANIVOIIPST(A OUT

ie attempt Stryker, p..........1 0 0 0 0
y's single. Jablonoweki, p.....2 0 0 1 3 1
WolverineslBenzon, p..........0 0 0 0 0
ner and did **Deview.........1 0 0 0 0 0
d until the- - - -- --
Total 33 1 7 30 15 1
so well get- *Two out when winning run was scor-
ystone sack ed.
d the next **Batted for Jablonowski ir ninth.
ner in the Score by
score down innings: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
nces during M. A. C..........0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0'0
Michigan .......0000000001
Twice Summary:
the Wol- Struck out by Stryker 1, by Jablon-
e day each owski 3, Winner 5; bases on balls off
out of the Jablonowski 1, off Winner 6; hits off
even. Jack Stryker 1 in 2 innings. off Jablonowski
the Indian 3 in 7 innigs. off Benson none in 1
an for after innings; left on bases, Michigan 9,
J 'inningo M. A. C. 3. Umpire-Green.
first base
the plate. Iiniiilr'ni i urr n

ON VARSITY, YIARLiN VSQUIDS R T Bgry, Giles Hit
faggerty an Giles led
Track Coaches "Steve" Farrell c '.erins at hitting for the
the Varsity, and "Chuck" Hoyt of the getting two safe cloutsc
yearling squad, have united in a plea Maize and Blue total of se
for hammer throwers for the Wolver- Blott appeare d to havet
ine track squads. ; sign on the Farmer slabnm
At the present time there is but one hitting safely in the third
man out for this event on the Varsity (Continued from Page One) was given free tickets to
squad while not a single aspirant has Michigan's first chance to score on his next three trips tot
as yet reported to Hoyt. This, ac- came in its first time at bat when Box score:
cording to the two mentors, is ex- Kipke singled and went to third on M. A. C. AB R
ceedingly unusual in a school the size Bachmann's out but Jack Blott ended Ramney, 3rd.......3 0
of Michigan. At Illinois, there are the inning by grounding out to the Sepaneck, ss .......4 0
more than 10 men working on the opposing pitcher, Winner. McMillan, 1st ......4 0
Varsity squad alone for the hammer Haggerty also got around to the hot Richards, cf........4 0
while almost as many are trying out corner in the following frame when Beckley, If.........3 0
on the first year squad. Such is the he singled, went to second when Sep- Fremont, rc .........3 0
case at Wisconsin and practically all aneck fumbled Dillman's grounder, Baynes, 2nd .......4 0
other schools in the Big Ten but and took third on Steger's sacrifice. Winner, p..........3 .0
Michigan has only one hammer throw- He suffered the same fate as Kipke, Wilialms, rf .......4 0
er on the two squads. however, when Wilson struck out and - --
Speaking of the situation here Coach Stryker went out at first unassisted. Total ...........33 0
Farrell said yesterday, "It is de- Ias ° Filled in Tiird MIChIGAN AB R
plorable that in a school of nearly The Maize and Blue filled the bases Giles, 2nd..........5 0
7,000 male students there is only one with two out in the third when Bach- Kipke, cf..........2 0
man entered in the hammer throw. mann was safe on an error, Blott BachImann, If.......4 0
This places the track squad in a seri- I singled and iaggerty drew a pass but ilctt, c 2 0
cus predicament. If anything should Dillman ended the inning by forcing haggerty, 3rd ......4 1
happen totthe only mian we have now Haggerty at second. Again in the Dillmann, ss .......5 0
the Varsity would be forced to for- fourth frame a Michigan man got as Steger, rf ..........4 0
feit nine points in every dual meet in far as third twice and Giles was Wilson, 1st.........3 0
which she enters. Thi-, is a costly
waste of points and sho<; a (lire need
fcr more hammer throwers on the

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1 GOLF CLUB_1MMBRSHIP
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0 Announcement was made yesterday
0 by Carleton Wells that the playoff for
1 student membership in the Ann Arbor
0 Golf club will be held tomorrow and
0 Saturday afternoons.
- The play off will be 36 holes medal
3 play of which 18 may be played each
E day or the entire 36 on one of the two
0 days. It is probable that 14 or 15
0 men well be allowed membership this
0 year, with three or foyr freshmen be-
0 ing included in this number regardless
0 of their scores.
0 1Announcement of intention to qual-
O ify must precede each qualifying round
0 according to Mr. Wells.

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Varsity squad. It is needless to say
that I will be more than ghl to de-
veto all the time possible to any men
vho care to come out for weight toss-
ing as Michigan is in a bat way now
as far as this event is concerned.
Ccach Hoyt echoed Farrell's words
stating that the two coaches would
be glad to give all their spare time iin
teaching anyone who had a desire to
try their hand at hammer throwing.
-e said that the coaches cannot teach
men unless they have som(one to
teach and that unless someone in the
nature of a hammer thrower turns uip
it will undobutedly prove costly to the
Varsity track squad dmi (ing the corn-
ing two or three years.

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