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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY APRIL 24 1925

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DECLARED INELIGIBLE AS TRACK
ME-N STARHT FOR DRAKE ANDPENN

VARSITY GOLFERS TO j
PLAY IN FIVE TILTS
Following is the Michigan
Varsity golf schedule for this
season. The squad will be
picked this week for the first
match.
May 2-Ohio State here.
May 9-Northwestern here.
May 14-Illinois at Urbana.
May 15-Purdue at Lafayette.
June 12-Chicago at Chicago.

Veteran Right Ilander to Hurl First
Gnme of Series With
eastern: Nine
13 MEN MAKE TkIP

Misunderstanding During Year At!
1M. A. C. Causes Loss!
Of Vaulter.
GREAT CAREER ENDED

Coach Farrell and Trainer Hoyt Take
20 Men to Des Milnes and
Philadelphia
SEVEN GO TO PENN

Michigan's Varsity track team was Twenty Michigan track men left
dealt a staggering blow on the eve of Ann Arbor yesterday afternoon for
its departure for the Drake and Penn t
Relays yesterday afternoon when the Drake and Penn relays. Coach
Professor Ralph Aigler of the Board Steve Farrell led a squad of seven
in Control of Athletics announced to Philadelphia while Charlie Hoyt,
that James K. Brooker '25L, captain trainer and freshman coach, took.
of the Wolverine squad, will be inel- } thirteen to Des Moines for the Drake
igible for further competition due to games. Preliminaries in many events
disclosures that have shown that he will be held this afternoon with the
has already participated for the al- finals of both meets coming tomor-
lotted three years. row.
Brooker's brilliant career has been Michigan's great four mile relay
brought to an end as a result of mis- team, DeHart Hubbard, Phil North-
understanding, during his freshman rup, and Harry Hawkins, accompan.
year which he speit at M. A. C. In ied Coach Farrell to Philadelphia.
that year, he was ineligible for col- The four mile team was composed of
legiate competition due to the fact Hicks, Hornberger, Briggs, and Calla-
of his being a first year man. The ban. Three relay teams, including
Aggie track coach entered him in half mile, mile, and two mile quartets
Varsity meets throughout the season, were taken to the Drake meet, in
giving him to understand that his addition to Chuck Munz, Dick Doyle,
performances in the pole vault would and Weeks. The half mile relay team
be in the nature of exhibitions only, will be composed of Voelker, Hulse,
The Michigan captain entered theI Feinsinger, and Wittman the mile
meets under this impression, but as team of Feinsinger, Reinke, Olheiser,
subsequent investigation has re- and Mueller, and the two mile quar-
vealed, the Aggie coach, since de- tet of Reinke, Freyburg, Hart, and
parted from the Farmer school, made Likert.
no arrangements whatever with the A number of great performancesl
opposing teams, with the result that should be turned in by the Wolver-
Brooker's work went down as Varsity ines at the Penn games. DeHart
competition. Inquiry into the situa- Hubbard will be entered in the 100
tion was started at the time of the yard dash and the broad jump and
Ohio Relays, and resulted in Pro- may break or tie records in either
fessor Aigler's announcement yester- event. He his done :09 4-5 on sever-
day. al occasions io the century and has
The statement read. as follows: bettered 25 feet in the broad jump.
"Mr. Brooker. was at M. A. C. only His almost perfect condition and the
one year, and under the one-year fact that le has shown more form in
rule then in force at that institution the last few weeks than ever before
he was not eligible for Varsity com- in his 'brilliant career have led crit-
petition. He competed in Varsity ics to prophesy that lie will do a
meets but under' the belief that his great deal of record smashing this
performance was only an exhibition. geet el
It now develops that it was not un- Phil Northrup, one of the most
derstood by the teams with which M. p ig ohomore athe wo
A. C. wa~s com leting that these were rmsgsphmr ahee ho
A.C.was cxiittigntat thesoe were ever attended the University will be
only exhibition'.vents and in somein
stanices thtere. were credited to M. A. entered in both the javelin throw and
Brooker. U the pole vault and he is expected to
C. places gained by Mr. Brocowllink)er.H cn aut 2 t
der the circumstances the conclusion Mace well in both. He can vault 12 ft.
cannot b escaped that one year of 6 inches and throw the spear 185
'feet consistently and either one of.
itsellpup."pw t these marks will be sure to take a
Thecd 'plerstanding atM. Mace at the Eastern games. Harry
A. C. w e Michigan of the Hawkins, the other individual per-
greatest pole vaulter who has ever former at the Penn games, will be
attended school here. Brooker has entered in the hammer throw in
starred for three seasons, and has which he has done 140 feet on occa-
starredheforpthreece whichsheandllas
won numerous titles, including the sion. The experience which he will
national intercollegiate crown, in- gain at the big carnival is expectedI
door and outdoor Conference, and toelrove profitable to him in later,
Penn Relay championships. He tied meets.
for second at the Olympics at Paris The four mile quartet is expected to
last summer. In the Cornell meet give all of its opponents a hard fight
last month at the field house, he for first place. -It is likely that both
vaulted 13 feet, 1-4 inch, and narrow- the Oregon Aggies and the Harvard
ly missed a try an inch higher, which quartets will be present and in thatj
would have beaten the world's in- case the Wolverines will be forced to
door mark, held by Dean Brownell of break 18 minutes by a good margin
Illinois, Brooker's great' rival. On in order to win. Hicks has done the
his third attempt at the record, mile in 4:26, while Hornbegrer, Cal-
Brooker went over the bar with his Lahan, and Briggs can all be counted'
body, but touched the bar with his on to do 4:30 or close to it. If all,
arm on the way down and knocked of the Michigan performers are in
it off. good shape at the Penn games they
should take two or three firsts and
Moscow, April 23.- Vladimir Len- a number of secondary places.
in Land is the new name to be given to Emile Voelker, Chuck Munz, Dick
the large stretch of land on the 18th Doyle, and Weeks will be entered in
parallel at 100 east longitude, discov- the individual events at DesMoines.
ered by the Russian Arctic explorer, Voelker will run the hurdles, Chuck
Velketzky, in 1923, and hitherto Munz and Doyle will both be entered
known as Nicholas II land. in the shot put and the discus throw,
and Weeks will take part in the high

jump. Th latter, who only yesterday
removed his ineligibility ban by tak-
ing a makeup, is expected to make a,
great showing in the jump. He has
hunped around 6 feet one inch consis-
tently when in top shape and may be
able to do that at the carnival. Chuck
Munz should make a strong fight for
first place in the shot put and the
discus throw, while Doyle may be able
to place-in both events. Munz will
again meet his old rival, Dauber of
Iowa, in the weight events. Munz has
never beaten Dauber in individual
competition and will have a great
deal at stake when he steps into the
circle tomorrow.
The relay teams at the Drake games
should make things interesting for
their opponents in every race. The
half mile team can do around 1:32,
the mile team about 3:25, and the two
mile squad about 7:56 if it is given
good competition. The latter Aquad
will have its last chance to run as
a unit, inasmuch as Charlie Reinke,
star half miler for the past three sea-
sons will graduate in June. All of
the four Michigan half milers can do
better than two minutes and their
combined time should be well under
18 minutes.
Both of the squads will arrive at
their destinations this morning and
will return to Ann Arbor Sunday.
Gillmen Set For
rake Carnival
Coach Gill's Illini track pnen have
been showing real form in their
workouts, and with no unforeseen
mishaps the squad will be in top form
for the Drake relays tomorrow aft-
ernoon at Des Moines, la.
The team returned from Kansas
and Ohio with a goodly- amount of
spoils, consisting of two cups and 18
medals won at Kansas and one watch j
and six medals won at Ohio. The
showing which the team made in
these meets is only an upward step
towar(l the end of a successful season.
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Coach Fisher, Manager Reed,
13 players leave tonight at
o'clock on the Michigan Central
road for Syracuse N. Y. where

and
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rail-
they

will play two games, one Friday and
the other Saturday with the Syra-
cuse University baseball team.
The personnel of the team will be]
the same as on the southern trip, ex-
cept for the hurlers. Coleman, Bach-
man, and Steger are the outfielders
who will make the trip. The infield-
ers are Captain Dillmian, Haggerty,
Giles, and Wilson with Ryrholm as
the utility man. Baker and Cherry,
will each catch a game, and Jablo-
owski and Benson will do the hurl-
ing, Benson starting the first game.
The infection in Walter's eye has im-
proved to the extent, that the coach
decided to take him, in the capacity
of a relief twirler.
On the southern trip, the Maize
and Blue team was forced to take

j iLINI MAKE AWARI)S
I FOR SiPIN 4 F()OTIIALL
Urbana, Ill., April 23.- ,
Twenty-six spring football men
were awarded their class num-
erals at a meeting of the Ath- I
letic board of control this af-
ternoon.
This is the first time that
numerals have been given out
for spring football, but is a
precedent that will probably be
followed each year henceforth.
long train rides before two of their
games, and they gave poor exhibi-
tions in both contests, and for this
reason Coach Fisher expects a diffi-
cult contest this afternoon. The
Orange team is also the heaviest hit-
ting outfit that Michigan will have
to face this season, their fielding is
average but they are handicapped by
poor pitching.
The game between the two insti-
tutions will show the relative merits
of eastern and western baseball as
Syracuse is one of the ranking teams
of the east, while Michigan has her
conference championship team of last
season virtually intact.
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observed Tuesday with a manifesta- take the seats in the Ulster Parliament
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Every student trying out for
the golf squad of 15 men at
the Ann Arbor Golf club must
turn in a certified score for 36
holes medal play by Friday,
April 24. Pairings are optional.
Sign up at the club before qual-
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