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PAGE SIX

TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. APRIL R. 1925

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TRACMEN LACEYost Believes
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College Games
IN 9 A Are Improving
Leschinsky, Northrop, and Weeks, 1 "There is much ado about 'profes-
First Places in Detroit sionalisux' in college athletics and
Catrival princially football," stated Director
Fielding H. Yost yesterday.
HICKS DEFEATS R AY "To determine whether or not the
assertion is true, we should first de-
Wolverine track men netted three f cie what 'professionalism' is.
first and two second places in the "Professionalism, as I understand
Michigan A. A. U. relay carnival held it, has to do only with the players
in Detroit Monday night. Leschinsky, themselves. It makes no difference in
Northrop, and Weeks, garnered first income to a college football player
places in the special events, while whether there are 100 spectators at
Hester and Hicks gained second posi- 25 cents or 100,000 spectators at
tions in the 50 yard dash and mile $2.50 per ticket. It mnkes no differ-
run, respectively. ence in his income whether 200 or
Leschinsky, who is ineligible ,for 2Q0,000 people see a game, but it does
the Varsity team this semester, won make a very material difference in the
the 300 yard dash in . a close finish athletic plant, equipment, program,
with Alderman of M. A. C. Leschin- personnel and supervision to provide
sky is cedited with tying Paddock's opportunities for other students to
world record in the 200 meter dash ini share in play and recreation.
the Olympic trials held in Ann Ar "Money received from games is the
opr last spring. same kind of money that is received
Michigan scored another first place from student fees, state taxes and in-
when Northrop, star sophomore pole come from endowment. Certainly, the
vaulter, took the pole vault by Urni- iversity authorities that direct and
contol heaselftschyargdinome
ping cleanly over the bar at 12 feet c
6 inches. This height is the best can be entrusted to do the same with
that the Wolverine has cleared this the comparatively small athletic re-
season, and if he can dunlicate this ".
performance in the outdoor Confer- " fAny Conference athlete that re-
encemee, CachFarellwil ad aseves financial aid, either directly or 1
ence meet, Coach Farrell will add iiietyi a or faun
few more pointii in this event. mirectly, in the form of alumni
hew thoredoitsci thisn evn t.ak lokans, 'scholarships' or through other
The third Michigan man to take asubterug es, is notpemtdtocm
first place was Weeks, who won the supteithesestnofern e .
high jump with a lean of 5 feet 11 "We are goin foarn ck-
inchs. ichgan' hih jmpin wa Weare going forward-not back-
inches. Michigan's high jumpink wa- ward. Our intercollegiate games are
severely handicapped when Weeks in. cleaner and better than ever before.
jured his leg early in the season. And so are the boys who play them,"
However, his performance Alonday l Diecor Yost concluded.
night shows that he will be a van-Y
able asset to the team in the coining
iutdoor season and great things are ner, Scholz running for the United
utdosaohnm.ttig r tates and winning the 00 meters,
expected of him. while Hester wore the Canadian o-
Hicks, the Varsity miler, pulled the
bg upet of the evninos hand was eliminated in the semi-
ing Joie Ray in the mile and finishing fnl fte10mtreet h
second to Lloyd Hahn of Boston. The time for the 50, which was won by
time was slow as all the men were not Coafee, I. A. C. was 5 2-5 seconds.
timewasslowas ll te mn wee nt Atresent Hester is ineligible for
used to running on a ten-laun track. Cneec oleilnad ti m
Ray of the Illinois Athletic club has ns
won the national senior A. A. U. probable that his ban will be re-
championship eight times in the mile, moved until next season. With the
his victory in 1923 being the seventi addition of a srinter like him, the
consecutive tmehashasledthefienldolverine squad will not feel tle loss
at the finish. With the exception of of Hubb1rd and Wittman, who are
1916 he has won the championship graduating this June so much.
every year since 1915. Tie was alsoI
holder of the mile indoor record un- University PoundI
til it was broken by Paavo Nurmi,
the Finnish marvel. However, ray Resumes Doog W ar
has tied the mark made of the flying
Finn and they are now joint holders Resuming its campaign against
of the record. In taking second in dogs, buildings and grounds depart-
this event Hicks showed excellent po- ment employees yesterday added sev-
tent~ilities and will undoubtedly win eral to the number now in the Univer-
the event at the Ohio relays at Col-; sity pound.
umbus, April 18 and 19. The time for Since the start of the campaign 40
the mile was 4:37 7-10. ,This has been dogs have been taken. Of this num-
excelled on several occasions by the her ten have been returned to their
Varsity miler, but being unaccustom- owners who paid feeding costs and
ed to the track it was impossible for fines. The others were given over to
him to do better. University departments for experi-
Buck Hester's performance in the 50 mental purposes.
yard dash was another unexpected
and unpredicted happening. He nosed Mexico City, April 7.-A concession
out Jackson Scholz of the New York is being sought by a group of un-
Athletic for second place in this ev- named North American capitalists for
ent. Both Scholz and Hester were establishment of 14 . passenger air-
particiPants in the Olymics last sum- plane routs in Mexico.
Gradu"ate
-and Go.
You can travel to Europe
and BaCk for as little as $155

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I~lV IILU I (FOR IBASEBALI,('ANDIDllATES
FOR PIN N's69M ; I Baseball p~ractice for infield
and outfield candidates for the
fieshman baseball nine will be- j
gin the first day after spring va-
Coach Fisher and Squad of 14 Men'cation, according to an an-
to Leave Friday for nouncement made by Coach E.
South J. Mather, freshman baseball
mentor, yesterday.
'TO PLAY SATURDAY I All candidates will be expect-
ed to bring their own gloves andl
With only three more days to pre- uniforms and be ready for prat-I
pare his squad of baseball candidates tice at 3 o'clock on Ferry field
for the opening game of th'e 19251 on that day. Lockers may be
baseball schedule with the Lexington, obtained b y arranging with
Ky. nine Saturday, Coach Fisher sent Coach Mather before reportingI
his team through another severe I on the field.j
workout yesterday afternoon.
The coach will officially announce
the names of the players that will go practiced all season five will be re-
on the southern trip Thursday night. warded by a trip to the south. Jablo-
It will not be a difficult job for the nowski and Benson are sure of mak-
coach to-make the selections, except in ing the trip. Tom Fisher will prob-
a few cases, this year, because a ma- I ably be the only sophomore to go
jority of the men are veterans. south, and according to the general
The way things look now Coleman, opinion Rice and Hovey will consti-
Bachnan, and Steger will be the out tute the remainder of the hurling
fielders to make the trip. This samej staff. This will make a total of 15
trio was taken on the trip last sea- men who will go on a 12 day trip
son. Bachman was not a regular last which will take them as far south
year because he broke h-is leg in the as Atlanta, Georgia.
first game of the southern trip.
It is certain the infielders to make E
the trip will be the same as a yearIAcademy Exhibits
ago. Captain Dillman, Haggerty, '
'Giles, and Wilson are the infielders Ba n s aantingsI
who are taking their second spring
trip. From the showing he has made Three oil paintings, the work of E.
this spring, it is likely that the coach H. Barnes, instructor in drawing and
will choose R rhnlm n .v i t-ili. v

ARSITY TO MEET
FROSH TA N.K TEAM
Coach Mann's Swimmers to Compete
with Freshmen Tonight
ill Union iPool
TO PLAY WATER POLO
Michigan's Varsity relay swimming
team will meet the freshman quartet
in a 200 yard match at eight o'clock
tonight in the new Union pool. Each
entry will swim 50 yards.
The Varsity four will be the same as
the one which placed third in the Con-
ference championships at Chicago,
and which has been defeated only one
other time this season. The firstl
stringers already hold a victory over
the yearlings in the 160 yard relay.
Samson will lead off for the Varsity,
with Dunakin swimming second,
Johnson third, and Gow taking care of
the anchor man position. The fresh-
men have not as yet announced their
team but it will be picked from Darn-
all, Batter, Kelley, Rose, Long, and
Patterson. Darnall who recently
broke the state record in the 100 yard
dash is sure of a place on the team
and will probably swim' as anchor
man for the first year men.
In addition to the relay the Varsity
will meet the freshmen in a water
polo match. Although substitutions
are as a rule out of order in this
game, Coach Mann intends to use

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Fraternities wishing to enter the
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TENNIS
Today will be the last day
turi e for the all-cam lus tennis
tournanient will be accepted. Due to
the fact that neither men composing
the freshman or Varsity squad will be
allowed to compete, anyone else who
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ball, track, horseshoes, and tennis,
should send their entries in'to the ,In-
tramural office sometime during this
week. Their entries are needed in or-
der that the schedules for the season
may be drawn up during vacation and
sent to the fraternities. Play willt'be
started in the different sports immed-
iately after vacation. -

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has.. nL -je'. tennisaa~ t , a as rc1t Al sudnt wshngtoac aVuI
IsAll students wishing to act as u-
winners and medals will be given to pires in playground ball or hardball
I the runners-up. Either call 2268 or should get in totch with the iitra-
report to the Intramural office by mural office at once. This may be
this afternoon. done by calling personally at the of-
flee, or telephoning 2268 and giving
A yS(Sname, address, and telephone number.
HORSESHOES
The entry list for the all-campus Bloomington, Ind., April 7.- Stu-
horseshoe tournament both doubles dents who wish to have cars on the
and singles will also close campus of the University of Iidiana
this afternoon. Every player is must first apply to an executive tin-
urged to enter as there are no mittee. The comimitee uses as its de-
eligibility rules and no eliminations ciding factors the niorl And chol-
due to experience or ability. Entries astic standing of the individual.
can be made by calling 2268 or by
reporting to the Intramural office at READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS,

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"11 lu~.7; nyi 1 its ils u t111y
man, as he plays any position in the
infield or outfield with equal dexterity.
Selectng the catching staff, will be
a more difficult problem. Baker, Davis, I
and Cherry are on an equal footing
as regards ability behind the bat.
Out of the 16 hurlers who have

painting in the college of Architec-

substitutes frequently on both sides.

ture, now on leave of absence, have -
been placed in the one hundredth an- President Coolidge was recently
niversary exhibition of the National presented with a season pass to all
Academy of Design in New York. Mr. National league baseball games.
Barnes is one cf the few from this
state to receive this honor. READ TilE (LASSIFIEI AIDS,

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