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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL 7. 1925

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Coach Fisher yesteraay discontinued
the regular daily baseball gamte of
Team five, or six innings, and substituted a
workout that would give the teamn
practice as a unit. With the excep-
tion of the pitcher, the team, in the
LED field looked similar to last seasons
ED Varsity. .
track Wilson was at his old position at
to;first base, Ryrholm at second, Captain
A. U .Dillman at shortstop, and Haggerty
ight. at third. The outfield was composed
getroit of Coleman in left, Bachman in center,
arious and Stegar in right. ,Red Cherry did
irn toall of the work behind the plate; and
Bet toHovey did the hurling. The remainder
e the of the squad took turns at bat, and
n. At r ran the paths as if in a regular game.
sched-while the team kept to the field the
will whole afternoon. Coach Fisheid ex- I
events.pects to make one or two changes in
the lineup of the regulars today.
g erio, Jerry Benson one of the mainstays
on the hurling staff of last season hasi
o ini-not practiced since the latter part of
maey last week, due to an illness at his
s has home. Coach Fisher does not expect
t and the star right handed to return untilt
ooked just before the team leaves for the
spring trip.
aking
bard, pole vaui't and as he consistentlyS
Rein- clears 12 feet six inches he is sure to

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[ U 131Y 1 U t 1111 U L U Maintaining its lead throughout the I 11 LLI1 llU I O1ILU
_season, Michigan's informal bowling
Six Out of Seven Stite Titles Taken team, intercollegiate champions of .'lan 3Iost Pretentious Programii In
By C (ntmidates For last year, again won premier honors history Of Spring Grid
Varsity in the intercollegiate league. The Il- Trining
linois bowlers finished second, withI
EXPECT BETTER SEASON De Pauw in the third position. A ROPER TO COME HERE
post-season series of nine games willI
Prospects for a successful campaign be played between the Wolverines and Plans have been completed for
Illinois at a later date. It is yet un- G spring football which will start April
in the 1926 wrestling season were con- decided whether to have the series 121, immediately after spring vacation.
siderably brightened when six local take place in Chicago or as a regular I According to the program as outlined
matmen representing Ann Arbor won telegraphic match. the. practice will be more complete
six of the seven state championships In the final match of the regular and fully organized this year than
in the Michigan A. A. U. mat tourna- league, played last week with Syra- ever before.
ment held Saturday in the city Y. M. cuse, the Michigan bowlers won two Nine coaches will have charge of
'C. A. out of three games. The scores of thg candidates during most of the
Wrestling at Michigan has been slow this match follow: time, while seven will be on hand
in getting started, but Coach Barker Michigan ..........878 856 954 throughout the season. Director Field-
is hopeful of a better season next Syracuse..........947 835 923 ing H. Yost will spend some time on
year. The team that represented the Michigan's victory has been largely the field with' the nien although Coach
Wolverines in the Western wrestling due to the fact that the team is well E. E. Wieman will be in actual charge.
association this past season, showed balanced and boasts of no individual The other mentors will be Jack Blott,
lack of experience, having only one stars. The individual honors for high Duke Hayes, Dick Barker, H. O.
veteran on the squad. With the ex- average in the league were won by Steele, and "Butch" Slaughter. These
ception of Goldstein, star heavyweight, 1J. A. Campbell of De Pauw, with 188 men will spend every afternoon on the
who will graduate in June, Coach for 36 games, While W. H. Johnson, field.
Barker will have the same aggregation Illinois, was runner-up with an av- Coach Bill Roper of Princeton and
intact next year. With the additional merage of 187 for 36 games. one of his assistants will arrive in

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Tommorrow will be the last day
entries fo' the all-campus tennis
tournament will be accepted. Due to
the fayt that neither menc omposing
the freshman or Varsity squad will be
allowedl to compete, anyone else who
has -layed ennvi at all is urgedl to
enter. (Cuis will be awarded to the
wVinne'rs and medals will be given to
the runners-up. Lither call 2268 or
When you write home
Ffor money, use
Fountain Pen Ink

report to the Intramural office by
\\eclne day afternoon.
Te entry list for the all-campus
horseshoe touirnament both doubles
anI singles will also close Wednesday
afternoon of this week. Every player
is urged to enter as there are no
eligibility rules and no eliminations
glue to experience or ability. Entries
can be made by calling 2268 or by
reporting to the Intramural office at
Waterman gymnasium.
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freshmen material that made such a The final league stand
favorable showing the championship-W
meet Saturday, the Wolverine squad Michigan ...........28

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ke, -Douglas, Shipman, Koplin and 1 win this event. In winning the event will nave added strength to cope with Illinois
Bishop. Both Hubbard and Wittman in the Cornell meet, Brooker did 13 the keen competition of the Big t en. De Pauw..
are entered in the 50 yard dash and Ifeet and 1-4 of an inch', iust three Russell Baker, star flyweight of the Syracuse ....
can be counted on to take first and eighths of an inch from, the world's Conference will be available again Yale.........
second place in the order named. record of 13 feet and 5-8 of an inch next year, acting in the capacity of Navy ........
Hubbard is one of the fastest starters held by Brownell of Illinois. team captain. Doster, who lost the Rensselaer
in the country and is rentarkably Reinke, one of the most capable half state 115 pound championship to Dick-
speedy in the shorter dashes. He tied milers in the country is entered in erson, former Ames sensational grap- It is nearly
the world's record for the 60 yard his favorite event and will undoubtedly aple on a close decision, is also con- able Bryant
dash in the Cornell meet and was a take first. In winning the hal'f in the sidered a strong candidate for the land at field
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consistant performer in the 501
throughout the past indoor season.
Wittman was close on to Hubbard's
heels at the Cornell meet and he too
is a great dash Oman.
Snyder and Walk are entered in the
invitational 50 yard high hurdle event
for colleges and are looked to as point
getters. Both these men made excel-
lent showings in the Cornell meet
and are favored to repeat their per-
formances tonight. Voelker is the!
sole entry in the invitational 50 yard
high hurdles and he can be counted 3
on to breast the tape among the win-l
ners. He won his event in the recentI
dual meet in excellent time and it is<
highly probable that he will repeat I
his performance tonight.1
Captain Brooker is entered in the4

Conference meet, Reinke 'ettered his ert. remains one of the fir st choices. er
own record for the track and if he In the bantamweight class Karbel, international "cas" number 29 and
shows the form he has been 'showing captain of the 1925 team, will return only S. H. Shoveller and J. H. Bend
during the past indoor season he is for his third year of competition. Nag- nett can beat this number.
bound' to cop first place. elkirk, winner of the }all-freshman I
Douglas, -Koplin, Shipman and Bis- bantamweight title, Simpson, and War- Sully Montgomery, former Centre
hip, an able aggregation of quarter rick, will be only the reserve material college football star, now a candidate'
milers will run as- a mile relay in the on hand in this class. I for heavyweight pugilistic honors, is
refay event for colleges. Maynard, who made great progress yeipu g ilisc hnrs is-
durig te cosin weks of te pstgreatly encouraged over his ring abil-
__________________during the closing weeks of the past Iity following his recent (defeat of Dan
One of the sensational features of season, will be the outstanding can- Bright of England.
the present billiard season in Eng- i didate in the lightweight class. Teop-B-_ghtof__nglan_.
land was the recent 'run of 214 made fer, Kailes, both from this season's READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS,
by Arthur Groundrill, a one-armed team, and Watson, star freshman light-C
player and referee. He had struggled weight, will bid strong for the posi-
for years to make 200 in public play, tion.
and, while he had attained these fig-
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SAnn Arbor to work with the Michigan
candidates during the spring vaca-
tion at Princeton while Director Yost
will leave for the Tiger School next
week where he will coach the Prince-
ton footballers while classes at Michi-
gan are suspended for the annual
recess.
Besides the regular coaches, all of
the football "M" men will be given
work instructing the greener men.
The Varsity letter winners will be
given small groups to work with,
the coaches regarding this system as
being as beneficial to the regulars as
to the inexperienced athletes with
whom they work, as the questions that
come up will give the "M" winners
considerable practical experience in
the details of the game.
Candidates for the practice session
will meet tomorrow night for a dis-
cussion of plans and announcements
by the eocahes.
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