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THE MICHIGAN DATLY

FRIDAY, MARCH 26~ 1926

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Tfl PADTRIII' LOSS OF STAR PLA

JONES \O IiCiTItNL GEORGETOWN'S
1927 HOCKEY TEAM't

YERS BLASTS k|n Varsity Track Team Departs
PENNANT HOPES~ IILLILToday For Meet With Cornply

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FIJESHIVIAN CAPT lN; ijichiganl Varsity track team, aC-
companied by Coaches Farrell and
I Hoyt, Trainer Staads apd Manager
oeiy-Elected LeadeI Is Star Indoor Grab will leave Ann Arbor for Ithace..
Quarter-Miter: Ti'o ('omlee In at 3:28 o'clock this afternoon to coit-
850 Yard Run Outdoors pete in the 15th annual dual indor
track meet with Cornell.
THREE MEETS SLATED They will arrive in Buffalo tonight,
and spend the night at the Statler
j John J. Kelley,''h 1 hotel there. At 9:30 o'clock tomorrow
9 '(1morning they will leave Buffalo fors
tain of the freshman track Y es- Ithaca, arriving at their destination at
terday afternoon, 'at a meeting Meld at 12:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
the field house. They will rest until the meet, and
Kelley, up to the present tume, has directly after it will leave on th
night train out of Ithaca. The team
Sbeen the star quarter-iiler 01. the will change trains at Buffalo, and will
squad, and gives promise of becom- return to Ann Arbor at 2:26 o'clock
ing excellent Varsity material next Sunday afternoon.
year. With the coming of the outdoor A total of 23 men will make the trip,
season, the captain-elect expects to ! and these make up a well balanced
enter competition in the half mile,! team that should increase Michigan's
anl it is thought he wiiI he as mc- victories over Cornell to 11. At pres-
cessful as in his indoor event. ent out of the 14 times that the two
Coach Hoyt also announced at the schools have met in indoor track
(meeting that there would he three meets, the Wolverines have lost butE
telegraphic meets outdioors, the first four times to the Red and White track
one to be held immediately after the men.
spring vacation. Coach fioyt also The men that Coach Farrell has se-
announced that the names of the in- lected as entries in the meet represent
door numeral winners would be post- only those he feels will probably
ed next week in the locker room. place, and from their performances
in past indoor meets this season,
Baltimore long distance walkers on iMichigan is favored to win the meAt.
April 17 intend to stage a test of en-- Cornell is particularly strong in the
durance covering 50 miles. The event sprints this year, having such men as
will start at the White House in Russell and Goodwillie on the squad.
Washington and finish at the Balti- The former defeated Hussey, national
more city hall. senior A. A. U. champion in the 100'

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yard event, in the 75 yard dash at the
Eastern intercollegiate meet.
Another department in which Coach
Moakley's squad is strong is the mile
relay. Capt. Russell, Goodwillie, Fair-
banks and Werly are the men which
ran the distance in 3:30 4-10 in the
Cornell-Yale indoor meet. The Michi-
gan team composed of Feinsinger,
Herrnstein, Ohlheiser and Mueller is
one of the fastest in the middle west,
and when these two teams meet Sat-
urday night, it should prove an ex-
citing battle.
Joseph Kruger, sports editor of
The Daily, will leave with the team
tomorrow, and will cover the meet for
Sunday morning's issue.
Loren Murchison will be out of
amateur sprint racing for a month
or longer because of a pulled tendon
in/his right leg in a recent meet in
Newark.
The Intercollegiate A. A. A. A., at
its meeting held in New York, award-
ed the outdoor championships to Har-
vard, turning down the University of
Pennsylvania.
SENIOR MEN
Orders for caps and gowns
must be in Moe's Sport shop by
April 1.
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WEATHRTBRA
BASEBALL ROUTINE
Workouts Of Late Have Been Coimtine
To Sliding, Infield And
Batting i'ratices
THORNE, GILBERT OUT
Y the warm weather with which
Ann Arbor has been favored the last
few days continues, Coach Ray Fisher,
of the Varsity baseball team, will soon
be able to break the monotony of the
field house routine and take his caII
didates out of doors on the Ferry fiel'
diamond for a real workout.
The practice sessions of late have
been a little more varied than earlher
in the season, the hit and run play
and sliding drill having been added
to the daily infield workout and bat-
ting practice.
Gil Thorne:, pitching candidate, has
not yet returned to the squad on ac-
count of an infection in his leg, and
Louis Gilbert, who has been making a;
strong bid for the third base berth,
has been ordered to remain at the hon,-
pital until Monday with laryngitis.
Gilbert has been suffering from a cold
all week, but continued his attendance
at practice session until physicians
ordered him to the.hospital on accouit
of the larynx infection.
Prohibition has been a boon to the
bowling game, according to Jimmy
Smith, world champion bowler.

Georgetown's prospects for a cha mpionship baseball team were given
a jolt recently when it was announce d that Bill Albert and Don Brennan
had signed with the New York Amer! cans.

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Don Brennan has a reputation
as an outfielder of no mean ability.
team and will be missed greatly.

as a pitcher while Bill Albert is known
1 oth were veterans of the Georgetown

FOUL SHOOTING CONTEST
WON BY MELVIN OLL '27
Melvin 011, '27, won tie all-
campus foul shooting in the play-
off yesterday afternoon at Water- .
man gymnasium sinking 46 out
of a possible 50 from the free
throw line.
Ervin Muscovitz, '29M, was sec-
ond with 42 baskets.

YOST.
LIVE

LONGS FOR
WOL VERINE

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"Wolverine, wolverine-who's got a
real live, fighting Wolverine?" This is
the query being broadcast to all cor-
ners of Michigan by Coach Fielding H.
Yost, Michigan's veteran football
teacher.
The only live Wolverines in the
state, so far as can be learned, are in
the Detroit Zoological Gardens. Not
until a'1i;ve specinen is cavortingI
around Ferry Field will the coach be
fully content.
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