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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1925 ,

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VAST TRAK SQUAD ENTERED9
IN MICHIGN A.AIU. CARHNIVAL~

Cobb Confident
With Approah
Of 1925 Season
With the opening of the big show
only two weeks away, TyrusRaymond
Cobb, as is every other manager in
the big leagues, is busy rounding his
athletes into shape and giving the
press statements that this year the

eighteen Athletes Picked By Farrell
To Compete In Detroit
Next Week
PAAVO NURMI TO RUN

Campus Handball I
Doubles Title To
Je Decided Today

Eighteen members of the varsity
track squad and two track men are
ineligible for Varsity competition have
been entered by Coach Farrell in the
Michigan A. A. U. relay carnival to be
held in Detroit April 6 and 7. The
two ineligible men will run unat-
tached.
The meet will be one of the largest
ever staged in Detroit and will bring
stars from all parts of the country.
Paavo Nurmi, the phenomenal Fin-
nish runner is scheduled to appear,
as is Joie Ray and Ray Watson. Ugo
.Frigerio, Italian. walking cihampion
who won the Olympic walking events
at Paris, last summer will also be
present. He is scheduled to compete
against Willie Plant, champion walker
o Aierica. Jackson Scholz, winner
of the 220 in the Olympics is also en-
tered. Harold Osborne who recently
broke the world's high jump record
in Texas will participate. Other en-
tries include such stars . as Willie
Ritola, Jimmie Connolly, Lloyd Hahn,
Ivan Riley, Cyril Coafee and many
others.
On Monday night, April 6, nine Mi-
chigan men will compete in their var-
ious events. Phil Northrup will vie
for honors in the invitational pole
vault. Northrup clears 12 feet con-
sistently and can be counted on to
make a good showing in the meet.
Buck Hester, who ran for Canada in
the Olympics last summer, although
ineligible for the Varsity is entered
in the 100 yard dash and is running
unattached. The other ineligible man
who is running unattached ,is Vic
Leschinsky, winner of the 220 yard;
dash at the Olympic trials held here
last spring. In winning this event7
Leschinsky tied Paddock's world's re-
cord for the vent. Dick Freyberg will1
be entered in the 880 yard run, and
providing he shows the form he hasi
been showing in the past indoor sea-
son ought to win or place. Hicks,
winner of the mile at the Cornell
meet last Saturday night will run his
favorite event. He is counted on to
perform creditably. There is also a
medley relay entered for this evening
and the men who are to run on this

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The all-campus handball doubles Tigers will cop the coveted flag.
championship will be decided Thurs- Ever since Ty succeeded Hughi]
day at 4 P. M., when Reilly and Pil- Jennings as manager Detroit fans have
cher meet last year's , been loyally rooting for a pennant
yersvictors, Rock-
and it seems as though this yea
well and Scarnechia.Itheir wishes are to be realized. Undei
The teams are evenly matched and Cobb's management the Bengal trib(
a terrific tussle is expected. Reilly's has climbed from the lower to th
clever court generalship and Pilcher's first division.
effective kill shots are fully balanced 'However last year the Tigers ac-
by the steadiness and hardhitting of cornplished. something that they had
the Rockwell-Scarnechia combination. hitherto been unable to do since the
pennant winning days in the early
are: Freeborn (880), Ohlheiser (440), teens, when they led the race with
Feinsinger (440), and Jung (mile). the season more than half over,
Tuseday night, April 7 will see 11 Blue's illness, Rigney's lame back and
Wolverine trackmen perform. Hub- a troubled situation at second accom-
bard and Wittman are both entered l panied by none too effective pitching
in the 50 yard dash and to all ap- was the cause of the Tigers downfall.
pearances at present ought to take I.This year all of these defects have
first and second place. Hubbard in been reniedied. Blue has a capable
winning the 60 yard dash at the Cor- substitute if not a rival in Neum; Tav-
nell meet tied the world's record and ener rates second only to Rigney;
Wittman was close behind him. The while both Burke and O'Rourke are
50 yard dash is a special event and showing up well at second base. The
if it is not run off it is doubtful if pitching staff has some experience
either Hubbard or Wittman will be [behind it and also some new talent.
entered in any other race. Snyder Whitehill and Wells, newcomers last
and Walk are entered in the 50 yard season, have found themselves and
high hurdles for colleges and Voelker should deliver during the coming year.
in the 50 yard high hurdle invitation "Honkie" Daus still has a few tricks
event. Captain Brooker, who came up his sleeve that he may serve up to
within half an inch of the world's the youngsters, and, Leonard is back
record at the Cornell meet is entered after a self enforced absence of three
in the pole vault and is favored to years. Holoway and Moore are cer-
cop first place in this event. Charlie tain that their wild days are over anc
Reinke, will run in the open 880 yards that this year will mark their entrance
event and is looked upon as a sure 'into the select .800 class.
winner. Reinke recently broke the "Jess" Doyle is the most likely look-
Coference half mile record at North- ing newcomer, advance reports iiidi-
western. Douglas, Koplin, Shipman eating that he has speed, control, and
and Bishop will compose a one mile a change of space, and the time for
relay team that will compete in the "bear stories" is over as Doyle has
nile relay for colleges. actually demonstrated his ability
Specially designed gold, silver and against some of the Southern hall
>ronze medals will be awarded to first teams.
second and third places respectively

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Pro)es mT Report To Truelood For
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jPROSPECTS PROMISING
Michigan's chances for the golf title
this season look- exeptionally strong.
Professor Trueblood is much pleased1
[with the advance form shown by thel
links squad and says that the pros-!
pects are promising.
There are now 50 men on the squad,
due to the late registering of the can-
didates who missed the meeting at
the Union. As yet no scores are being
turned in. Although the men have
played some complete rounds, most of
their time on the course is taken up
with practice shots. The men are
now getting their shots under control
and should be in good trim for- thet
try out tournament, which will takej
place immediately after vacation.
At least a dozen men have been outI
at the Ann Arbor Country Club'every
day since the first meeting of the
squad. It is strongly urged that the
prospective team members play all
the golf that they can arrange for
during the holidays so that they will
be in shape for the fast approaching
tournament. This tournament will de-I
cide definitely exactly who will makeI
the squad.s
New York, April 1.-Refusal of the'
P. and 0. British steamship line to
transport has stopped the shipment
of $1,600,000 in gold to India from this
city.
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RICE PITCHES WELL
Captain Dillman's team shut out
-Steger's nine 11 to 0 yesterday with
Jablonowski on the mound for the
losers during five of the six innings of
play.
Coach Fisher put his ace into the
game, after six runs had been scored
off Hullinger in the first frame. Ja-
blonowski lacked control as he walk-
ed four men in five innings and was
constantly in the hole, but most of the
runs scored off the Varsity hurler can
I be attributed to poor support given to
him by the second string infield.
Gordon Rice pitched good ball for
the winners considering it was his
first appearance in the box this sea-
son. He had the regular infield be-
hind him and they saved him from
being scored on a number of times.
Rice's control was better than Jablon-
owski's as he did not walk a man dur-
ing the whole six innings.
Dillman's crew scored six times in
the first round. Eleven men faced the
pitcher collecting eight hits for six
counters.
In the third inning, the winners
scored their first run off Jablonowski.
Froemke was safe after Harris misse
his easy grounder. Jabby fanned the
next two men, but went to the other
extreme and passed Haggerty.
Froemskeand Haggerty executed a
souble steal. Dilltnan hit to Spon-
sela, who juggled the ball and then

threw it over first, Froemke scoring. I
The captain's team added another in
the fourth. Giles heat out a hit to
t shortstop Maentz. Wilson flied out to
left hie lut Bny redman rescuedl
hsmate by poking a single over sec-
ond base.
Dillman walked to start the final
inning. Giles put him on second by
beating out his second infield hit of
the day. Wilson bunted to the box.1
Jablonowski fielded the ball, and in
his hurry to put out Dillman who wasI
running to third, he threw the ball
into left field, the captain and Giles

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both scoring on the play. Friedman
singled to right field scoring Wilson
with the final run of the day.

April 1.-Prince George,
of King George, left yes:
Italy to join his parents
royal yacht.

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