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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TH1URSDAY, APRIL 23, 1925

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VRSITY TRACK MEN LEAVE FOR
PENN AND DRAKE RELAYS TODAY
Six Men to Participate in Penn Meet capable of doing around 1:56 and
and Twelve at )es I;with the four men beating two- min-
Moines utes, they stand little chance of los-
ing their race. Eight minutes should
HUBBARD IN DASH be beaten in the race Saturday after-
noon if the track is in good shape.
Voelker, the fourth member of the
Two sections of Michigan's track Chalf mile team won the right to his
team will leatve for the -Penn and place by doing 21:9 in his trial heat.
Drake relays this, afternoon. Charlie Munz willp robably be the'
The first contingent, bound for only individual performer to make,
Philadelphia, will be in charge of' the trip. He will be entered in both
Coach Steve Farrell and will consist the shot put and the discus throw and
of six men while the latter will be in the o t ate of th ae
charge of Trainer Charlie Hoyt and'be the duel between Daucher of Iowa
will participate in the Drake games. and the Michiga weight thrower in
Twelve members of the team will the former event.
make the trip to Des Moines. Both f _rmerevent._
of the squads will arrive at their des-?
tinations tomorrow and will partic- T EllMI TrilTfl fla
eipate in the preliminaries tomorrow
.afternoon. i
DeHafrt Hubbard and Piper North-R
rup will be the individual performers 9Tl LfIIUIIIU
at the Penn games. The former will
participate in the 100 yard dash and Michigan's Varsity tennis team will
and broad jump while Northrup will swing into action on Saturday when,
take part in the javelin throw and the the Wolverines encounters Michigan
vault. Each of these men. should Agricultural College in a match at
place in both of his events. In ad- Lansing. It is not yet known who
diton to the individual performers will comprise the team of five men,
Michigan will enter the four mile re- but it will be made public at an early
lay team consisting of Hicks, Horn- (late.
berger, Briggs, and Calahan, a team Saturday's match will consist of
which has not been beaten and which five singles and two doubles. As the
should take a first place under fav- Michigan tennis players have been
orable conditions. practicing diligently for the pastI
A half mile, a mile, end a two mile six weeks, they are in excellent con-
relay team will be entered in the wes- dition and ought to make a fine shomv-
tern games. Voelker, Hulse, Feinsing- ing against M. A. C.
er, and Witthan will run the half
mile while Feinsinger, Reike, Ohl- Frank Fennelly was a great ball
heiser, and Mueller willmake up the player in his lay, which was before
mile quartet. Ip the two mile the Cobb, Alexander or Walter Johnson
Michigan quartet composed of Rein- saw the light of day. Fennelly play-
ke, Freyburg, Hart, and likert is ex- ed with the Atlantic Citys and later
pected to have little competition al- with the Brooklyn club. While with
though several quartets are being the Atlantic Citys, in a game played
counted on to give them a good run. May 25, 1882, Fennelly matte six hits
The two mile, the best in the middle to six times up-a double, three tripl-
west, has had little opportunity to es, two home runs, total bases nine-
show its superiority in its section teen. This is the'record for total
because, of the invasions of the bases in any league or any period for
World's record Georgetown team this a nine inning contest.
season but with the Irish at the Pennj
relays the Wolverines will have their Gene Tunney, American lightweight
chance. champion, will return to New York
The two mile relay team will have today from the west to start train-
a new makeup due to the results of ing for his match with Tom Gibbons
the trials run yesterday. Likert, a; at the Polo Grounds, June 5.
sophomore who has been slow in
reaching his strido unexpectedly de-
feated Cochran, a veteran of two
years experience, doing the half in;
1:59. Hart, the other member of the'
squad who was forced to qualify wonWt d®
the trial heat in 1:57 3-5. Charlie
Reinke and Dick Freyberg, the oth- bus
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77 Frosh Out T
For Ball Team IOU TAM VfILLi
Coach Mather and his charges have RN FOR'ORANGE GAME
been busily engaged at Ferry field
since the initial call last Tuesday. Elel-en' lore :Ten Report, Swelling Thirteen Men Will be Taken by Coach
Seventy-seven man have already re- yotal to Over a Fisher to Oppose The
ported. However, this number is farj undred Syracuse Nine
below the usual number trying outI
for the freshman baseball team. The TO SCRIMMAGE SOON WALTER MAY BE OUT
battery men turned out two weeks
"This season's aggregation is one Coach Fisher put the varsity base-
before vacation and are now in good.',
fof the largest and best looking squad ball squad through a hard workout
form, There are 29 men working for
the battery positions including' l of football candidates that has report- yesterday, consisting of a two hour
catchers and 18 men on the hurling cd for the spring practice session drill in which the outfielders caught
end. since I have been a member of Mich- flies and the infielders chased
Contrary to custom, Coach Mather joan's coaching staff," stated Coach grounders, in preparation for the
states that there are more men out Tad Wieman yesterday. week end contests with Syracuse Uni-
this season for the infield jobs than versity at Syracuse, N. Y.
for the outfield. The freshmen have "There are a great many likely The coach: is not superstitious in
at their disposal a new diamond at (\arsity candidates in the squad that the least, for he plans to take but 13
the south end of Ferry field. This should develop into members of the men to the New York game. The
new playing field is in excellent con- Maize and Blue team next fall."' personnel of the team will be the
dition and as a result the team should Eleven additional candidates were same as on the southern trip, except
not be long in getting into shape. issued equipment yesterday, making three hurlers will go instead of five.,
The outfielders and infielders have the total for the first two days of the Harlan Walter, who won two
been drilling extensively both in the1 spring session number 105. The games in the southland because of
field and at the bat. On Tuesday entire squad does not assemble on 'his fine hurling did not practice yes-
Coach Mather picked a yearling team Ferry field every afternoon, however. terday due to an infected eye, and
at random, which encountered the l The personnel of the squad changes unless there is a decided improve-
Varsity squad in a practice game. greatly from day to day, a large nun-- ment during the day, he will not be
The battery men have been serving her reporting on Tuesdays and taken to Syracuse.
them up for batting practice and have I 'Thursdays, while the major part of The two games with Syracuse willt
not as yet attempted to put any stuff the squald reports the other three be the first the Maize and Blue play
on the ball. days of the week. with the Easterners since Ray Fisher
Practice .will be held daily at 3 o'- Yesterday afternoon the Wolverine took up his coaching here. In prey-
clok. The yearling outfit will also coaching staff continued the same ious games this-season, the New York
report on Saturday afternoons, when prograim that fe tured the opening nine has exhibited poor pitching and
the Varsity is away from home. Coach day's wcrk. The candidates w re hitting, while their fielding has been
Mather expects to sort out the avail- sent through a strenuous (rill in 1 above the average for a college team.
able material in quick order, posting I passing, tackling and blocking to get, Greenwood, Hanson, Flannigan,
the fist cut at the end of the week. them into condition for the stiff and Boucher are the big four on the
No definite team has been chosen <a sersiinfnhage work that will start soon. Orange team. They hit in the above
this early date, but considering the The entire aggregation was divided order. Greenwood is a fair lead off
wealth of material, the freshmen up into small groups of five men and rnan, and Boucher is the only real
should come through with a first rate given instruction in various'backfield hitter on the team.
team. icIrnatiois. It is the policy of the
Michilgan staff to work with the men afternoon working with a squad com-
in small groups so as to closely ob- i posed of Gregory, Baer, Molenda,
serve each man's ability in handling I Hoffman, and Captain Brown.
the ball and speed in starting in the
1plays. Detroit April 22. - Allan Devine
Coach Yost was out in uniform yes- who was captain of the Colgate ten-
Sterday giving special instruction to nis team last year has been named
a small group in .passing and back- to coach the net men of the University!
Junior engineers will hold laseball yeld formations. The Wolverine of Detroit this season. He is a stu-
practice at 2 o'clock on Wednesday Ientor spent tire major part of the dent of law at the university.
and Friday afternoons at South Ferry - ---
field. -__
All entries for the Independent soft'
ball leage must be in the Intramural
office before the middle of net
Co llegiate
week.
Correct

New Method Of Judging Driving
Inaugurated In Chicago Meet

At the national intercollegiate system of scoring has been adopted.
swinning meet which was held in When the diver has completed hi;
Chicago recently an innovation in the attempt, the referee blows his w\vi si It
method of judging fancy diving was and each judge exhibuis a card wvith
adopted. Hitherto, the judging of the It~ cr ni hth loe tt
work of the spring board artists has the slve Tencot an fo oe to
been a most cumbersome job. Nobody ten. In case one of the uidgs i t
wanted it, the ones chosen to pick points higher or two pOints lower
the winners never satisfied the con- than the other judges his dccision is
'estants, and charges of favoritism thrown out. Te secretary adds the
were numerous. Under the old sys- scores andldiides by t we or t11t'e
tem there were three judges, each of as the case may be. tw rall tie1
whom graded each , dive secretly (ives have been be e, l goe
upon a system of grading wh'ich thr'ongh the list and multiplies by the
ranged from 1-10. At the completion degree of difficulty and thi ;adds the
of the event the scorer collected the results, the man with the highest
score cards and multiplied out each
diver's average according to the de- An added feature of this systean is
gree of difficulty of the dive as given that the audience can keep track of
in the national diving rules. The manI the judging and have an idea which
who won the decision of two out of candidate is leading.
three judges was given first place._
In case of each judge chosing a differ- Maurice Archdeacon, outfielder of
ent man for first place then the one
who was chosen for second by the t Whteo. ha e en i with
other two Judges and first by theIa.lbad toe. He injured it when he slip-
third was given first place. Ever pee on a cake of soap while under a
since the adoption of this rule, there shower oath in the clubhouse.
has been nothing but complaints.
Under the new system, there are iIatronize Daily Adiertisers - it
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