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PAE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY C. 1925

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FARRELL PREPARES
lEN FURBUC KEYES
_ 1fhlke lefents 1liert in Trials
For I'1u'e on TwoJ1e Ie
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OHIO STATE ENTERS 40
Coach Farrell is putting the Var-
Oity track team through a week of
strenuous training i preparation
for the,Ohio State dual meet Satur-
d&y on Ferry field.
f 41 the men are showing steady im-
provemaient in their events and it is
expected that quite3 a formidablel
.quad will face the Buckeyes this
Week cen.
The squad will be handicapped to
~great extent by the loss of Grant
Dicks, Star miler of the team, who
was slatedI to fight out this event
with Arnold, of the Ohio State squad.
Arnold won the mile at the inoor
Conference meet in the fast time of
4:31 4-10. This time has been ex-
elled on several occasions by Hicks
e ndli hs latedge on the Buckeye
miler to cop first honors in the event.
Coach Farrell will run as many
men as possible inl all the events in
ordier tel: unearth any material that
'nray be ,in the squad. At last four
Wolverines will be entered in almost
every event.
Ohio State is also entering a large
sqjuad, the total number of men being
more than 40. Many of these men
will participate in more than one1
tevent,, (aptain Snider alone being en-
tered in four.
Inj esterday's trials HDart won the
bal ,anle hin1:59 3-5.,This being ex-
cellent, time considering the weather
and. Wind ,that was blowing. Pflke
was second,. beating out Likert who
finished third. This .race determined
who was to run the half mile in Sat-
urday's meet. Reinke anid Freyberg
were entered on their past perform-
fances.
There had been a keen rilry
among the half milers to determine
who shall Make up the two mile relay
team * Reinke andl Freyberg are the
twome who are sure of their posi-
tions on this squad, but there have
been a few changes as to the other
two men during the last season.
Early in the season Cochran, a mem-
ber of last year's team, was third
;ean and Hart fourth, bt later Likert
beat out Cochran in a trial race and
by virtue of this victory ran on the
relay in the Drake meet. Yesterday
there was another upset when Pfluke
beat out Likert for secondl place byI
a few inclies. Cochran placedl sixth
in- this race.
HIse won the 220 yard low hurdle
race in the fast time of 24 4-5. Lasser
was second and Voelker paced third.
The fact that the men had a wind at
their backs probably speeded them
up to some extent.
PlARO NIIRMLIEVS
FaH.ESTIERNCOST;
San Francisco VYay 5. - I iv)
Nurmi, Finland's wonder runner, was
on his way to New York today a fter
a short stay on the Pacii coast;
where he ap~peared with Willie Rtol,
a countryman, and other prom i ccn
athletes, in exhibition meets at Los
Angeles and San Francisco. Accom-
panied by other members o the
party, Nurmi left here yesterday for
the east coast.
Prior to leaving, Hugo Quist,an-
ager for Nurnii, called on officials ofj
the O'lymic club, which sponsored

the exhibitions here, and submitted
an expense account 01' $1,184 for the;-
party since leaving Chicago. An ad-
vance 'of $1,200 had been forwardedI
lim in Chicago, Quist said, and afterj
deducting actual expenses from this
amount a balance of $16 wais left.
The balance wvas refunded to Josep~h
P. Hickey, general manager of the
meet here.
Cornell Loses
Star Pitcher
Ithaca, N. Y., May 5.Coincident I
with the Kminuouncemnen t yesterday
that johns Milligan, star pitcher of
the Corneal Varsity baseball teamn,
had been dlrop~ped from the squad
for failure to attend classes and lax-
ity in practice, Milligan annouince(lj
he had signedl a contract with the
lialtimore International Leaguie teaMl U
and would report to the Orioles nex~t
week.
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FENCERS NOTI1CE
There will be a meeting of allj
men interestedl in fencing at 5
o'clock today on the (second
floor of Waterman gymnasium
to elect a captain for next year.
CAPTAIN KELLER.

f' ROPER TO SPEAK
Coach W. W.. Roper, of Prince-
ton, will speak at ~7:311 o'clock
tonight in room 316 of
the Union. All physical educa-
IItion students and football can-
IIdidates ame. asked to be present.
I COACH HARVEY EMERY.

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(Special to ThelDa ily) t I would= like tomr seeoa, game'be- -
Maury K tarSbrtsoit'rcsd Slijipe Ather Iaus StrongInfild Iwud iet eeagm e
E'vanst~fon, Ill.. May 5. - Coach uit of Limneuip IWithi Oil 11ir8st Year I3 Rasbaull tween Michigan and, Princeton."
Mar etsNorthwesterni baseball Infected Ilamud Squiad Those magic words; came from the
temre'iv( adsapinmntlst- --- lips of none other than Bill Roper,
wveek when a scheduled contest with PL YPRL RD Y jM EN ASOXSF M Tie Cocwh is elng ot
Purdue was called off on account of ! I' PU LEFIA-
LN ASO SF R ie Cal, h &hligYsweather conmditions. The gae -- - and Wiemnan to. direct the spring
whc ast ave taenpaeo Michigain's baseball hopes were!Cah1Itemnoofhers- gridiron practice at Ferry field dur-
the Laflayette diamond would have dimmiled when it was announced late oan ha2 eba 11 teain, lpost~ol his second ing the present week. Roper is an
marked the ret urn engagement forI yesterdamy that Captain ":Doe" Dill- Ot of the cmiu'rent season yesterday advocate of intersectional games,
the honme team.; manl, would not bie in the lineup when !aiterm on. Eighiteen mnen were drop- provided they are played within the
While the postponement of the I the Wolverines play Northwestern ewd fromn the list. four infielders, fiveI limits. of. the ordinary season. Post-'
1'iii (ue gamle falls upllm the Purple j and Wisconsin this week end. The b attery mein and nine outfielders suf- season games serve no good purpose
camip as a blow, since thle home nine Michigan captain will be out, of the taring Ircon the (slit, ( in his opinion, and are not advisable.
had high hopes of returning with a game nursing an infected hand. Ti1-1csqcurrd is now reduced to a The veteran Princeton coach has a
victory, the team will have an oppor- jDillman's physician had not Com- smnall numlber aind from now onl the1 great deal of respect for. middle-
tunit;; of acc~mplishing such a feat' pletely diagnosed the case late yes- Skipper aind his aids will begin ser- Western football, both in the class
within a week when the Purple op- terday hut stated that. the starj ions wort:. Quite a few of the men of material which the coaches- handle!
poses Michigan here on Friday. shortstop would not be able to play( are showing up especially favorably I and in the prowess of the finished
With <a fair amount of competence, in the contests at Evanston and Mad-'and should mnake strong bids for Var- I elevens. Ropers steam's zhave met
the Purple hurling staff has been ison.. sity bethts nett ,ve:al'. In the infield, two middle-western elevens regular-
able to mnake a good showing so farj Michigan's, victory over Wisconsin{ Luce and Gilbert look good at short, ly during the past few years. Chicago
this season. In thie first game Monday ofn tihe riamopil adds more to joest erbaan and hullelir e covering and Princeton have stagedl two great
Schulze was able t~o go through the the evidene that the Wolverines have! t lie initilal sack. with ability, while battles, each one winning a game..
nine innings without any serious a ball club of champ~ionship calibre. j Willianis and Petrie ]have been turn- While Notre Dame has gone down
mishap while at the same time his After Saturday's morale shattering; ing in consistent p~er'ormlances at the East and beaten the Tigers in several
tealli-mates accumulatedI few errors. i loss to Illinois, ly one run and as hot (corner, early, season games. Prior to the,
Amiong the other men who have many hits, and added to this the, en- Both Molendam and :Martin are toss- scheduling of the Navy for the con-'
come through as competent pitchers forced absence of Colemaun anid Wil- iug t hem illp in good style from the ing fall there had. been considerable
are Kirchoff and ?Mills. In the Iowa son from the lineup, due to illness,.; pitcher's mnound and Kane is doing talk regarding a game between Mich-
game, Irlchoff was able to hold hisj the Maize andl Blue sitaged a. conebiacl( soinic expert receiving on his encl. igan and Princeton and it is very,
opponents (lown to the sanme number andl whipped Wisconsin 8 to 0l. Ohlio, There amxe a nuomber of good outfielders possible that such a. contest may be;
of hits as the Hlawkeye hurler al- who at p~resent leads tile Ci~'('iicr, tryinlg tor posit ions, ]blt the regulars booked° for the season of 1926* or 1927.
lowed andl had lie received, a fair andI with her strongest. lineup, 'was IIn thlat (departmnt.t have not been dle-
amount of support, would have been only able to subdue the lladgei s 4 to ~rimlned as yet, the Intramural office andl give their
ab~le to chalk up the second win for 2, on the sante day that the WVolver- Thme freshmtan ball players have I new --elephoume number.
Northwestern. Mills has shown good lines lost to Illimnois. ! been working out (daily at Ferry field.---
formn on the mound in thle two in- Walter's work on the mound was Omm the days of Varsity games plrat- Entries in. Independlent baseball'
stances in which hie pitched but so pleasing. Given afive runmm lead inll tice is terininat ed at. 4 o'clock. Prac- close Friday, May 8th. -All managers
far has not played a leading part inI the first frame with which to work t ice is also held onl Saaurdays when should enter their. teams at once.
tlime hurling work. on, lie kept that amnl never once al- Ftime Varsit y is not at hoine.
It is not yet certaimt who will pitch lowed the enemy to cross the plate. . -- REAL) THE CLASSIFIED ADS,
in the game against the Wolverines In the remaining innings lie eased llup
b t i is p o a l th t ei h r S h l e ja d o l wh n i wa im e ti e d l '.Lor K irchoff w ill do the honors. Low e, he pitch hard. That : he w as in con- a o h r h r e i h -a, i s r o h g m u r i n~ t . i a o s b e c n i a e f r th o ii n e a t s e y h s s r k n u f T
1Badger hitters when their mactes weeres ____
St. Louis, M~ay 5.-George Sisler,I in a position to score.I
star first sacker and manager of the Another pleasimng feature of time ! ,'LI,-( 'AMPPS IIOI{SESSIIOES
ronhsnwhtsflin1co-Igame was, the imncreased hit timigo(f lime All-camnluis single 31n( double. sec- s ~~i
secutive games. Wolverines. Coach Fisher was pat'. I 011(romind matchies in horseshoes _'
tic ularly elated over t11is taict . anid innust he played off by Saturday, May
Automatic fire protectioni sprinklers with two :pitchers in wimnming fomm19, and nll scores must be in -it the
are tieimng installed iiitile shops and the coach looks to the comiing ;;rimes Imir4lmurail office before Monday
stoerehoumse of time building and with increased hIones. a10noon, iemm who have entered in the 7 ot
grounds (departnment. The wo~rt: is to; Friday and Sat urdlay of this "reel: ,li-ca mpus 1 forseshioes will pleaseI
he completed by June 1.I the Michigan ball team plalys NorthI- "caill at thle offiee and leave their telo-UnvriyAe
western and Wisconsin at Eva st omn 1:10hmon nmbers so t l~a t we (can callI
Itile plumiminimg shops of the bildl- and Madison respectively.: you in reference to future gaines.
ing and groundl departmenlt is being
{ installed a new combination shear and-
instlle a ew ombiatin searand Springfield..-Mass.. May s.--it Ias,; ('[ASl BASEBALL____________

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