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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1l*ES1)A 1'1:I3ft1 ARY 17, 1925

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUE~S1)AY, FF~BRUARY 17, 1~2~i

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MAKE GOOD TIMES 'FOOTBALL MEETINGINT"gKTIL'CEUE g l

MA NA(GIER 'IYU
All tryouts for assist;int man,
agersh1ips of milieu Sport s are
(ex 1)Cteto 0 report at 7 o'clock
toniight at, \Veinberg:'-"(Coliseum.
HIZTTIERi 4EjVINSO ,

7F I IP REVENTING
I HOKEY CONTESTS

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INIEPN )ENTLEAGUE

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Orde-r to Give Belierj
PITCHING STILL LIGHTj

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The entire varsity baseball squad of
about 45 amen indulged in the first bat,-I
ting practice of the season yesterdlay
afternoon in the fie1(1 house: The
pitchers andl catchers, who have been
practicing for a week, handled the
hall while the fresh tryouts gave their
batting eyes a chance to function. All
but two of the liurlers were not allow-
ed to put anything on the ball, but
even with this in their favor, the bats-
men, most of whom were too eagerI
to hit, did] not succeed very well in,
meeting, the hall. Jalblonowvski and
Benson were the only two hurlers al-
lowedl to, curve the balL, much to the
discomfiture of the opposing batsmen.
Two of 'the regular 'infield were
missing, 1aggerty, because of basket-
ball, and first baseman Wilson who is
oil the hospital list with a 'bad knee.
All of the regular outfieldlers report-
ed for the first pract ice, including
Steger and Coleman. Walters," a very
promising twirler last season, who was
docla red ineligible before the spring
tripl was also on hand for the first
t im7e.
Among the pitchers, the sore armas
a re confined f o three men. Left hand-
e=r Shumsky's arm failedl to respond to
treatment over tihe week end, andl lie
is still n~st allowed. to throw. Fish-
er's arm got worse after Saturday, and
he is also being kept out of the box.
Another man who not allowed to hitch
yesterdlay because of his arm was
H-owe.
Not all of the candidates have re-
ported and because, when the remain--
Dingmen rkeport the squad will he too
lairge to handle, Coach Fi'sher has di-
vicjed the squad into two sections,
whch will practice at different per-
iods.

! FIOTBAIL VANITATES
I All candidates for the Varsity1
football squad are urged to be
! present at the Union tonight at
7:15 P. M. Manager, Assistant
'managers andl tryouts for the
Imanagerial staff will also heI
present. The meeting will be
called to order at 7 :15 sharp.
i E. E. WIEMAN.

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''CONNELL TAKES
ST9T1NET TIT,1E'
y irsiy Ten i eam Star IDowns
D)etroit Player in
Straight Sets
RANKS WELL IN BIG TEN
Detroit, Mich., Feb. 16,-George
O'Connell, of the University of Mci
Mih-gan tennis team, won the state indloor
tennis championship Sunday by de-
feat ing Irving A. Smith in straight
sets, 6-2, 6-1, 6-3.
O'Connell played the best brand of
tennis he has ever :exhibited in local
indloor matches to whip Smith. Hisf
driving was hard and accurate, he
covered the court well, and his work I
at the net could not be improved.~
Many of Smith's shots were returned l,
fcr placements by O'Connell.
In the dlouble matches O'Connell
and his partner, Richard crane, also'
a former Michigan player, defeated
Kelly andl baker, 6-0, 9-7.
O'Connell in additional to his newly
acquired, tennis crown is the presentI
outdoor champion of Oklahoma and
IWisconsin, while he held the Michi-
gan clay court title for two years
1922, 1923. He won this champion-
ship on the Canoe club courts at
I Saginaw. In collegiate c i r c l e s
~O'Connell ranks as the foremost player
in Western conference tennis. The!
Chicago city ranking gives the new
'Michigan champion third place, while
Michigan's clay court ranking fist
p Ilaces him second only to George Lott,
Jr., a. national rated star.

Tuesday night at 8 :30, Red and mood Performncnes Mfade in Evert w ieanto hold Fist Workout il 4>'mgr. (chlci's Scheduled to invade Ani
vsrias f'anidte n fe ous
day night at 7:45, Nitghthawks Zigea omrowiThr ee Weekend~
433; Agonies vs. Fletcher Hall; . glic igan--
Zag vs. Outcasts; Wick Wacks vs. :FREYBERG STARS IN HALF' EXPECT 150 CANDIDATES Plyesihoen PLLAN NORTHERN JAUNT
1-ouse of Hannas. a es C o e
Wednesday night at 7, Delta Upsilon E Fxcellent times featured thle pre- NMore thani 150 winter football ('mdli- B Knue 114 I(kI'1. Poo ice reslting from the recent
vs. Theta Chi; Tait Epsilon Phi vs. liminary track trials held at Yost ates are expected to( be presenl at I hda ws, has put a stop to the activities
Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Mu Delta vs. field house last Saturday afternoon, the meeting which will be held ;ii 7:15 11bree, former Michigan football (IIt ihe a rity hockey squad for the
Phi Sigma Delta; Kappa Nu vs. Beta[ Good performances were turned in o'clock tonight at the Chien.en}werepchsentb oc Kue~, and plans for the remaining
Theta Pi. 8:30, Phi Beta Delta vs. in all the events especially the half The rneting has beeni celled for the I)(kii (Itl- te aAeie afobl ai on the first of'til n h^
Sigma Alpha Mu; Alpha Clhi Rho Is mile in which Freyberg did 1:58 andprpsofbigntgehr1lemt-Ianswchercnly ad1)1)0.a.
SigmaChi C hi SigPhiapaSigmaetaKappa urvs. oDeunangCog -Reinkenet-1:58s hi-hlierCochran'se ublime aof
Sigma Phi; Nu Sigma Nu vs. Alpha 2:01 was next best and Freeborn and stralto mrrowinci aftoo i(O thehfil ?lAmdr 111air-10 emwee Ls eo Wek- ewsthe first oppor-
Kappa Lambda. 9:15, Phi Lambda Hatwrebt lokdar20 -. os.picd by the veteran (coach. unit ythe Wtoleine ice team had to
Kappa vs. Phi Delta Epsilon; Phi Chi j Likrt and Walsh did 2:06 and 2:06 3-5t CahT( imn wl e i orhsed eoel)6lecoework rot, with the result that the
vs. Alpha Rho Chi. respectively. All these times are good chalrrge of the meeting and will e~x- ,neanlSvinofYe. Wh gmesededwtAsupono-
cosd11gth atta tef ~ lant h entePi)50o h 'togetler jst like ham ad ggsi lege Friday night was called off. Mi-
The fraternity volley ball tourna-housierais not fat.ta tefel linor ro uts. Coc he prioemaof thethe onearm res~aurnt." Curtis, (nesota'ssextet is slated to invade An
mentwil strt nxt eek Entiestim wasthebes amog te Iof i~timeigam, and I llehi'hii, of lPrince- Arbor next Friday and Saturay but
will be received until Friday noon ,lung's tm a h bs mn h landle the wintr practice this year. ton ar the tackles; H are, of Penu,' the aes are not yet definitely plan-
from those fraternities- which haveI milers, being tinfedl at 4 :30 1-5. Cal-; taking the place formerly occupied IzllI fcfue' I ae h urs mluo u oteucranyo
by approach n Schuflf (If Mi of a,theads; nek- t peni dueato tCoieum.etapreyent
The medals for the winners in the in the order named, the former doing duties at Wisconsin will take himi from -;I lo hcgqatrrc"Ies h ufc sfil tog u o
al-campus wrestling tournament are 4:35 2-5 and the latter 4:35 4-5. The Annr Arbor early next month. slo hcg, umtrak s-tesraei;ail tog u o
at the Intramural office. The winners remaining times in the mile relay were Last year's inoor worke proved to al o,f lihignupthefmostrensation- i rughe foer stisfactory o results.
can get their medals by calling at as follows: Iflicks 4:36 2-,Briggs, ;be a great assistance in (eveloping ofllth ro bl'o rre sI ofthgpners Ceres tca l-
ths fie 1:4,Ik-ra :4A3-5, -. one ; i hafb lack.d1(Mole, (If olu-01of.Mcia'Cnercesndg
thi- offce. ' lk~n~eria ~ -5, n~ieo iateri'ialfor'the 'Varity and ill rmu et- btte oiler. '"And~ Salmon, of Nolre will denden tirely on the Northern
4:44 4'-5 and Mason 4:46 2-5. sting the candidates for the 'eleen uu I )ae,'' he said, "as great a full back ' trip \bich is booked for the last part
The following f reshiman gr'oup Fensinger's time o 51 4-5 featured shape for' the more strenuos lgund a h l ai 'O'sw"cm~ets(Itemnh w ae r ob
times are scheduled to play on these the quarter, the rest. of the men run-'I0 u g 'cie inhi ed a the ote am vrsa, omltsi olate inth eachofgthesothe twobig
nights: i ng as follows: Herrnstein 5 i nually as soon1as5 XVtlith(i' cod~it ions fanin, of Cornell, "the greatest all1 Ten hockey teams if the trip goes
Tuesday, Feb. 17th, 8:30 o'clock- Mller 53 qa 1- , Gibbs 53 3-5, Oheiser permit. The work in the field house ariounld xponenrt of what a quarter- itroughl as planned. Wisconsin and
Group .1 vs. 7, group'5 vs. 4, group 2 53~ 3-5, Koplin 54 1-5, Bishop 55 -5 will consist entirely (f fundamentals,bchud10"i i~ fhsmyhi instwowl uns h po
- I andh Spedding 54 1-5.i although scrimmages will 1)e held at- c oenelvn h rs ftesitin to the Wolverines on the annual
Tuesday, Feb. 24th, 8:30 o'clock- In running the fifty, Wittman, Con- r in the year. lnu olw:Mler f aio-,I.jut e rdy n audy h
Groupp fovs.w5, groupr7 vs.C4lifornua,2;aerenceecenturyychampSotutdvy.years
agoI didgrup7 s.5,gr5-210rnc cserycm otond.Thsise,,,andt Hardwick. of Harvard, ens; Gophers took 1)th games, 5-1 and 1-0.
vs. 6.Flu ning Hery, of Washington andI Jefferson, The ice, while strong for the first
Tuesday, March 3ird, 8:30 o'clock- lbest time that lie has turned in so far o-ndIaCKCoLNbasa tcke; eS~;
Gop1v.4gru7vs5,gop3 this season. 1 onadWir fNbak, ake;Pc, ame, was rather baly cut up Sat-
vs.u 6 Ts.o4highohurdlevheats werepaldorn Engineers 01' Pittsburghi, center; Spears, of Dart- { urday, with the result that the Badgers
ruo_______Sndeakngon mouth, anl Pennock, of Harvard, hll their opponents even throughout,
ITuesday, March 10th, 8:3 0 o'clock. Igard;nGponofSaturday, ad 1aSnider takingios wreoneesar
Finas wll e hld btwen te andl Walk the other. hule won the Thrusting the oft. criticizelced oed;(m,(f or ae n nd(vetm eioswr eesr
Iwnesof the two leagues. League only low hurdle trial run during thei far to the rear in the muatter of color;, CIGrme, fIlioihlfbck;ad-odeieth-onet
winners i.emer o th Jnir ri-inpre, of Carlisle, full back._(ipo,
11s opoedosGous1,4,mp7osatenonemmer ooheJfir ugncri Canean Tope h ail4ae, .yrDntelyPa yuaSbsrpto
League 2 is composed of Grqtups 2, <, T-..AT ______e1class appeared on the apu ye stem- esWhfO "('0rte. ones'('rn a liele. l(" -today

Nurmi Superman

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The following games in class bask-
etball arch scheduled for Monday and
Tuesday nights. Monday at 8:15,1
Architects vs. Freshman Engineers;
Tuesday, 7:45, Soph Lits vs. Senioi'
Laws, Senior Lits vs. Soph Engineers.
Frosh Lits vs. Lower Dents, Junior
! Lits vs.' Frosh Laws. -3:15, Senior
IMedics vs. Senior Engineers, Soph
IPharmics vs. Upper Dents. Junior En-
'gineers vs. Architects, School (of Ed.
to be held ther-e while the basketball
vs. Junior Medics.

Hlowardt J1.Liverance, '2;,former i lay morning attirod in fnaming cardu
star pitcher- of the Michigan baseballI inal redl jackets. Each year, in ac-
team and Miss Florence Baldwin 11er- ;cor d with tr adition, it *has been cums-
rick of H oughton were niarried yester-i tomiary for the JIunioir engineeris Ito
day at the home of the bridle. Liver- I choose as a mark of (distinc'tion sonio
ance pitched thiree seasons for the foriuiof: cress. The 'ommhiitteCe Ibis
baseball teani. Ilis hbride is also a year (c11ose c:ardhinaillred corderoy ja~k,
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"Nurmli is superhumznan," was the
remarnk madle by Coach Farrell when
asked what lie thoughit of the flying
Finn's new indoor r'ecoird for the two
miiles. Nurmi's time was S:58 2-5,1
clipping a full ten secondls off the oldI
r'ecord of 9:08 2-5 inade lby Joie 'RayI
in Februiary,. 1923.
To think that any one lean could
break t[wenty indoor records in t he
short time t hat Nurmni has been in the
country is unbelievable and~ it is high-
ly p:robable that he will break several'
moere dluring ihe priesent indhoor sea-
S011.
It is not surpising ttt Nurnmi's"
opponents "'re b~affledl iy the type of
race he runs for if they run at their
cuso1ia~- paces they tind that lie
llahps tlilen once or- twice and if Ithey
try to keel) up with hlim they have no
finish left, for' his is the p)ace thit
kills.
Joie Ray is a great runner and lie
],as an iron beaurt. lBut Nurmil is more
thna great runner. Ile is a stuper
runneor.
Normuan, Okla., Feb. 1 .-An editor1-
!.A in the Oklahoma Daily in an ap-
1)001lfor - "miore noney or fewer st u-
dn,"st ate(d that thle lack of equip-
meiit an(I faculty of an adequate siz ,
waus an ''almost insurmuount able hianud-
icap in ma intaining the position of t~he
University of' Oklahuoma."'

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