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Billy Fallonj
To Leave Here'

ibbird TIled 50 Yard RecOrd Seconid evening by winning the S yard dash
NigtliI; Brooier and lReinke in 5 1-5 seconds, tying the world's=
Bealei! record for the event. This is the
second world's record that Hubbard
TO HOLD TRIALS FRIDAY has tied in the past two weeks, as het
equalled the mark for the 60 yardj
I dash at the Cornell meet here Marchj
Michigan's Varsity track team re- 1 28. Hubbard is one of the fastest,
turned to Ann Arbor Tuesday night starters in the country and with this
after participating in the two day advantage he can get the jump on they
Michigan A. A. U. relay carnival in majority of sprinters in the country. I
Detroit. The Michigan representativesIn tying the record for the 50 yard
made an excellent showding taking dashIubbard achieved a lifelong am-
four first places, six second places, bition. Wittman was close on to Hub-
and four third places. bard's heels in the dash and Hester
On Monday night, the first evening finished third, giving all three places'
of the meet, three Wolverine men took to Michigan men.
first places in their events. Leschin- Voelker, the sophomore hurdler,
sky won the 300 yard dash, Northrup finished second in the 0 yardhigh
was first in the pole vault, 4Ai.l Weeks. hutrdles. The event was won by Ivan
took honors in the high jump. Hester Riley of the I. A. C. who established a
finished second in the 50 yard dash,i new record for the event at 6 5-10
and Hicks placed third in the mile seconds. Snyder and Walk finished B Billy Fallon
run. lsecond and third respectively in the l Fallon, for the past five years
Leschmnsky, who is inelegible for 50 yard high hurdles for colleges. rubberand assistant trainer of the
Varsity competition this year won the The winner was Peel of Michigan Michigan athletic teams, yesterday ac-
300 yard dash in a close finish, nosing State Normal who did 6 4-5 seconds for i cepted terms whereby he will become
out Alderman of M. A. C. In winning the distance. 1 head trainer at the University of Mis-
the 200 meter dash here at the Olympic Dodge of the I. A. C. won the 880 souri, at Columbia, Mo.
trials last spring,Ieschinsky is er yard run, beating out Reinke of Michi- beNegotaitions for the contract have
ited with having tied Paddock's world's (,gan The time was made slow by the been under way for several weeks,
record for the event. I fact that the track was soft. Dodge ! and were culminated yesterday when
In Phil Northrup, winner of the' did 2 mintsBill eons Rik
poe vault, Iarrells a potege wo mnutes 8 5-10 seconds. Reinke Billy wired Director C. L. Brewer of
poesault;Fareohad abpreke.whoordinarily does better than 1 miunte the Missouri school accepting his of-
proises to be a record breaker. Hte 58 seconds in the event. Brooker was fer.
vaults around 12 feet consistently and a bit off form Tuesday night and At his new position, Billy will train
went over 12 feet six inches easily finished second in the pole vault, all Varsity athletic teams. le will
Monday night to win his event. The dropping out at 12 feet, while Jones start work September 1 with the Tiger
otherMicigan nan to take a first the winner did 12 feet three inches. football team. le will remain in Ann
Mondaynighit was Weeks, who won! The runway to the pit was exceedingly Arbor for the rest of the school year
the high jump with a leap of 5 feet soft and Brooker was unable to get in his present capacity of rubber for
1l inches. In hi the team has an his stride, the Varsity teams, and will teach a
able jumper who looks promising for The mile relay team consisting of course in training in the Coaches'
the outdoor season.,Koplin, Douglas, Shipman, and Bishop Summer school.
Bluck Hester, Michigan inelgible, finished third, placing behind Detroit Billy came to Michigan in 1920 aft-
placed second in the 50 yard dashICity College and Michigan State Nor- er sevens years of experience as a
bea out a c Scholz won F al trainer. Ile was with the Dorchester
New York Athletic club. aSc won For the rest of this week Coach club at Dorchester, Mass., from 1913
the 220 inthe Olympics last summer thFarrell will put his charges through!to 1916, where he acted as trainer.
and finished second to Abrahams, the light practices. Friday and Saturday From Dorchester he went to Boston,
English star, in the 100. At present trials will be held to .determine the where he held the position of head
Hester is inelegible for the Varsity, men who will reman in town for the trainer and coach at the St. Alphons-
but when his ban is removed he will vacation to train for the Ohio relays us club from 1916 to 1920.
be a valuable asset to the teamx. In I at Columbus on the 18th and 19th ThdeatrofFlnwilbre
winning the event. Coafee of the I. this month. The departure of Fallon will be re-
A. C. did 5 2-5 sceonds. gretted by those with whom he has
Hicks placed third in the mile, fin- come into contact during his stay
ishing close behind Lloyd Hahn of Ithaca, N. Y., April 8.-Although here, but his position at Missouri will
Boston, who took first honors and handicapped by rainy weather, the be one of more responsibility thanI
Joie Ray of the I. A. C., who placed ! Cornell varsity baseball team is busily that which he holds at Michigan, and
second. Ray has been national senior engaged in preparing for its annual officials of the Athletic associationi
A. A. U. champion in this event for southern trip. Eighteen players will felt that the opportunity for the new
eight years and is point holder of the j be selected tomorrow to comprise the post was a good chance for Billy to
indoor record with Paavo Nurmi, the squad which will leave for Virginia advance in his field. No negotiations
Finnish wonder runner. at noon Saturday, opening the season have as yet been opened to find a new
Tuesday night saw one Michigan at Charlottesville Monday, when it rubber to come here.
man in first place, five took second! will face the University of Virginia
and two placed'third. The mile relay in the first of a two-game series. Tsp
team also finished third. Hubbard man's wife wants him to be too blame
turned in the best' performance of the READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS, enthusiastic about the flowers.

GridTrophy CO
The trophy to be- presented by the
F Michigan Alumni club of Chicago to Gyimimstic enthusiasts will have an
the man making the best showing in opportunity to show their ability in
' three Weeks Of Outdoor Drill Puts sIpring football practice this year has an all campus gymnastic meet, open
Mei Into Shpe For Iraining ;arrived in Ann Arbor and is on exhi- to all menbers of the University,
Jaunt bition at Van Boven, Cress, and Thom- which is to be held May 23. The events'
pson's on State Street. to be contested are: horizontal bar,
FEAR BUCKEYE NINE The award is in the form of a large parallel bar, side horse, and tumbling.
silver football mounted on a black Numeral sweaters will be awarded
wood pedestal. On the side of the to the winners in each event and a
Coach Fisher will leave on the an- pedestal is a silver plate on which silver cup will go to the winner of.
nual Southern training trip Friday the name of the winner will be en- the all-around chamllionsltp. The
morning with the best conditioned !graved, along with that of the donor. winner of the all-around champion-
baseball team he has taken South At the end of the spring practice shlip will be the gymnast who has the
since his coming to Michigan. The season which will start April 24, the largest number of points to his credit
excellent physical condition of the coaches will cast their votes for the in all the other events.
team can be attributed to the excep- F candidate to be given the trophy. One exercise will be required in
tonally warm weather of the last few I Four different departments of the each event and two will be optional.
weeks. The team has been practicing work of the athletes will be graded. The required exercises are posted J
out on south Ferry field for nearly Attendance will count 25 per cent, im- upon the bulletin board in Waterman
three weeks, this year being the first provement 25 per cent, value as Var- gymnasium and will be demonstrated!
time in years they have been able to sity material 40 percent and attitude upon request. Men who are planningi
get outside more than a week before! 10 per cent.tocmeeaeugdogtins
I their departure. Coach Fisher, how-! The system of grading has been ar- much practice as possible dirjp'
everJ expects determined oppost1on ranged so that a novice at thel game after spring vacation.
from his Southern opponents as they will have an equal chance for the em- A large number have already sub-
have meen playing out doors since blem with the more experienced mitted their applications for the meet
the month of February. player. The newcomer will have the and any others who have not, are
Even stronger opposition can be opportunity to score more heavily in urged to do so at once in Dr. May's
expected in the Conference later on. the department of improvement, while office at the gymnasium.
Ohio will probably cause the mos the older player will have a better Michigan's unattached gymnastic
trouble. They lost a number of men standing in value as Varsity material. team which was entered in the A. A.
by graduation, but their places have Although the experienced men will U. gymnastic meet, held in Detroit F
more than been filled by an exception- have the advantage in having a better last Saturday, placed only one man
al crop o'f sophomores. Ohvio tied chance for the larger percentage, at- in the four events contested. This
with Michigan for the title last year, tendance and attitude will balance man, Capt. II. C. Felver, however was
and if predictions hold good, the last this, and give the newer candidates high point scorer of the meet, taking l
two games on the Michigan schedule an even chance. first place in the rope climb and see-
will partially determine the champion.
Illinois will be the other team that! Out on the coast they have given
has to be figured in the race. The the New York boxing commission's
Illini team was hard hit by inelligibili- edict about banishing Jack Dempsey
ty, but a number of the backward the laugh. They say if New York i*-
baseballers have again been permit- doesn't want Dempsey, Los Angeles
ted to play. does.
An old bachelor says that when a Foot ball in England is first dis- 4 '1+C
man hasn't enough worry lie should tinctly mentioned by William Fitzste-

Fraternities wishing to enter the
spring outdoor sports-namely, base-
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
(Continued on Page Seven)
Baseball practice for infield
and outfield candidates for the
freshman baseball nine will be-
gin the first day after spring va-
cation, according to an an-
Inouncement made, by Coach E.
E3. Mather, freshman baseball 1
Sentor, yesterday.
All candidates will be expect-
ed to bring their own gloves and
f uniforms and be ready for prac-
tice at 3 o'clock on Ferry field
on that day. Lockers may bb
obtained b y arranging with
Coach Mather before reporting
on the field.
ond on the side horse. The other
events competed for were the parallel
bar and the horizontal bar.

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Saturday, April 18th
Dancing every
Wednesday, 8-11
Friday, 9-12
Saturday, 9-12
Music by
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