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April 03, 1926 - Image 6

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BATEHYM[ ~i Play For .Braves


Wnter Weather Forces Track 1PFR ?' CHI TAM
Team To Remain In Field 10ou1se UUHLIII
il! l n , I IP DORPTIP[

Ouiscfelers To iWork ITa Opn Next
Wk .'k Regarde.s Of(Conit ion
01 plying Fied
Facing the piobem f t taking a;
Wolverine baseall team on a spring
:training tour of the South without
having previously practiced on an out-
door damond, Coach Fisher has an-j
nunced that he will give the pitching
and catchng staff a wvorkout today
uder the South stands of Ferry field.
Inclement weather has seriously
theatei ed Michigan's chances of suc-
cess 6n the spring trip, as Coach
Fisher has been unable to take any
of the candidates out of doors. Last{
season the Wolverines had several
weeks of preparation on the Ferry
fid diamond before they entrained
fr the South.
T~he pitchers and catchers will pra.
tice under the stands practically ev-
ery day next week so as to get their
arms into condition for the opening
g nie of the season with the Univer-
sity of Kentucky, Saturday, April 10.
Unless the playing field dries out next
week the infielders may not get a
chance to work out before the team
leaves April 9.
Alle outfielders, however, will work
out next week regardless of the 'condi-
tibin of the playing field, Coach Fish-
er is anxious to see his outfielders
perform on the regular diamond, ao
that he can pass (definite judgment
upon themr when they practice with
fly, balls.
the outdoor practice will largely
determine the personnel of' the team
which will make the southern tril.
Coach Fisher will t w e15 men, but
is 'yet unable to select the best of his
sduad,, t has been the experience of
the coach that many of the men who
perform brilliantly in the practices
held in Yost field house show poorly
on the regular playing fel, andl many
of the 8-called fair players turn out
to be regular Varsity, players when
they have an opportunity to play on
the outdoor diamond.
Coach Fisher considers this seas-
on'1's- aggregation "just an average
team," and is none too optimistic
about the outcome of the southern
tour. Ohio State just completed its
spring training trip and failed to win
a game in the South. In commenting
on the strength of the teams of the
southern universities, the Buckeye
coach said convincingly that "we met
some real teams dlown South."
Somne pre-season idea as to the rela-
tive strength of the various Big Tn
baseball teams can le ascertained1
with results of the game with the
University of Georgia. Michigan and
Illinois have games scheduled with
the Georgia nine during the spring
vacation period. Ohio State met the
Georgians last wck and found, the
southern nine too powerful.
Every membe of the Big Ten Con-
ferenice won some kind of a title ni
the winter season just closed, h ec-
ords show. This record serves. to
again testify to the keenness of the
competition which members of the Big
Ten offer to one another.
Probably the keenest of all copeti-
tion was evidenced by the closeness of
the recent basketball race, four
schools, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, and
Purdue tying for the title. Indoor
track honors went to the Iowa squad
which took the recent indoor mleet &t
In swimming, the Minnesota tan-
mrren captured the Conference title
after a spirited meet eld in the Union

Coc Sullivan -lftys terdy
I/°II I/ IL I I [IIi1 for Bost on in carge o he ;ich - 1 Seethes pC5tat ('o ci S.eve Fer!a a I:al in e, ad qua r einile tea n
UD I5 MT Uigan boxers who will {ke art rtll had o geting hi trac(k team out 'wi limpete. It i proal' t111 8
---in the at ion a 1A. A. I'. nec I (O(100orsithi 'w(ek wereia ltittered by I es lat e -m;will enerI I le sani
¢ . -1' .Q " "ud( tapei-om .h'l ! ,ec. e&t cv!ay' slowia H which ga"ve Fery ai nial , a Fei sjlg r of lheinile
t'iIl Zii 1 d .JMe , The s disc ~s' f field 2a in I -wiio r spect. qua ^rtt m~ta al o >c-oIrn)e't e cle'heli ;i
Itilfly i tlhose en \vio won il 111(-'21'e- With the Kansas ad Oho olua s mletea3ll, . a t< aleastnI UVof l
.., specive (liosj iSat the ree <n I seb died for Aril 17, (oach a 'rerlIoni bls ofthe hal t ii 11 tart t w iii
s ate tonvinalieit hel d at Grad ]8 Pariicularly anxioUS to gt his mlen also run oni the 44( yard relay aggr
' - I KIS ) VU D apis. Rogers 1AcW~an, '2G6, is out o foors for a workout as most getion.
th ol Vrit bxrjh ws of the distances which will be i'Un Dfn ite anounceincentast te
Deint;:t.stoxaryt(copet Iaken on tei trp. tie-r Ml1 fenihj:the relIays ifer fom the induooreetsMcuanwl ctra tei"
n a -il ~i h eteregt~in eetallinee uhandaid lays and wio)will make the 0t1)rillw l
Vci i e i e t o ard sh , c opyt i t e e thrq u w , : < n . E ra ces as th e m ile, t o m ile, an d l o u r 'lot b e 1118(10 u n til a fter th e sq u a d h a '
:. illabeztion oathe arsietyi~o golf qua-
will e taen a a metingof al gol 1 __-_ - - :mile relys 1the nu111)0r'f urns pet Ia(I some 013sid ieriods. During
prospects at tileUnion on next Ties- a i esndottl ul l~si~t~ h n
f " (has een workine ot a t te fieldh clementnwaconsiderabhyFarrelldbas
day night, of doors. clmn ete oc a-l a
o _ nIhouse for somie tinte dir:all ady Frel(.dcddabadon ed any ofical pr='.ia c i o-
SAt this meeting plans for the goal- ~iggodCoa~hFarl has not yet1
; " hwn odform. ,clover, of last (eil( though several ofIt he Va-st track-
iynrounits, which will be held rill- C what events he will enter a;t the re-
iimediate ly after the srn aain as u ti lotcranta '..-> year.s team. Newm iian and C1.oe iirc f. c1,1111t t una ii ale E'aCh ay in OI'11-
srn aa11,also apuearn,-iugi~ good formi~. lyl to eep in condition.
}.. ii be thoro)tighly discussed, s well wites orsela efomesMchige:arn xwilriot lbe eprsented by-
s the methods to le employed in the (alancesai~~ewat mtr I t' two mile relay quart et, while such
fnal selection of. the sontad. . m r-el i ~~5!~l~~p f orme01 iIs as F ne yb nry, J ung, C018- t The A eic,;"k tb l la uen
Ax ~*-' ~ ~ I stieOlfinta i uaiyn ae ihanwiiilie yei a srong ;iia-n, Henberg r, find Relik' islle i Il(? new rotssi(nal assocd'iaton, will have
roiuiidl present tile coily method bye team this cyear.ft wisurgtent thatho,,e' fou guile teai. teams in New Yorki city, Irooklyn
which the players can be accurately delipi1ia, Bostonhe. iclvetn roiroaChicagols
dlt~ m io~. T e~(esiro s of com hlet in i e q alt - T e o v r ne r;la l il l o Phila l ia Bo t n D e r tC c g ,
dn ,ter.* uaifin .;. srivorsftheOtliO- u rounds le preseit at :15 o'clock eter the tile eaY eveit at (n'of Clvelan, ochesd.tr. Buffalo, \iaish-
' astral Press Photo uaifing oinas will make up tie(tghthcanvlndiisIprble a go ndFt'WyIi.
Varsity squad from which, in turn, usy lgttth iiI.thcanvlndiisInailtatntoadFrt\a'em.
- --- - - therepresentative teamnoi furme
ill becoe.Ti year, as form- Among the greatesti fighters Iin ring
All iteresting training (-aull glimpse encly, several places on the squad will! history to cone from California areI
of Benn y on, relative (f 11h0 fain-!be0 open to freshman golfers. James T. Corbet, -~ fe. 1. .eferies,
oils Eddie of Colga1 .d oothll ftame. )~osect." for a suzecessi team this Abe At el,\Vii Rich e, T ranie Neil.;
Benny, who starrecd in fcotoall ait well year have been increased with the re- JToe Rivers, JoC heynski, Jimmiie iBritt
as baseball at the University of Vr- I turn'i to school0 of Aleit Vyse. Vyse and Fidel La Barba.
mont, is receiving the once oven Ili -

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i'i 1111IProgh i{'ffoft iai ces of ti
spud g pi ci ce yeterdy. ii icie


ret "(w"kThe plio k othe fresh -
11'.< teawx!)n x'ill1joiniieVarsity in.
daiy wrkotsmost of whic~h will be
conlfined t,' foo tball fu~ndamentals.
(lily olie :school is C (perl~inent ng
xvitli new c~a('h, thatben Indiana,
w o cently signed FlatPaeformer
Chcag o star, an1d( later direct or of
jath it cs at. Butlecr unaiversity. P age
has ; ad (' onsideralie success at the
lilll iapohs Institution, and with any
t'x1I( ii(( ( material should tairn out
-winning ;tea)ms for his ne0w school,
The two new coaches of last year,
<pers of Munlie-sota, and Little of
Wis-consin, le(t a high mark for himn
to shoot at.
Seven capt ains of sports at Prince-
tonl u-niversity captured scholastic hon-
ors in the recently completed mid-year
exam inatioIns.



in tilecrimpfi~ he Boston Braves and
probably -will.lre fariied(lilut.. fIi's a
catcher and comiies fromnt AVinhen doll,
Ma ds ni e Recordw
MadeBy IHuawkeye
Jile .Relay eams
One mlile relay lo) msn, Ibuilt from 14.
Universit y of Iowav quairtci mileris of
the plast five years, have - In 25 race
on the Itr. kin various sct1011of1 tho
country, andc have b.een2 defeated onily
14 times. I
Thle lpresent comllbinationl,\winner .1 in
five of its six starts is miaking a bid
to carry on the work star ted in 1922
when the ITlawkeyes (came)0 int!)prorli-
n once.-
InI spite of' the oiff seasoni1in 1925
the team has IsteJ d many b~rillianit
triunmhls among its wins at the Illi-
nois, Drake, Kansas, and Texas Icy-
lays, at the indoor andl outdoor Blig
.pen meets, and at the National A. A.
U. events. The ITawkeycs took tho
nile relay fouir times at the Illhnois
carnival, three time as the Westerni
Conference ind~oor meet, and(1txwice
each at tlho Drake and Kansas rclays.
Out of the 14 races in which 1flie low-a
teams were defeat ed, they finished in
second p~osition 12 times.
I193the Iowva team composed of l
Morrow, Noll, Brookins, and 1NilsonI
wo n 11 olit of 12 races and1( in doing
this set an American int ercollegiate
and National A, A. U. recordNo(I uit-I
versity teajm was able to win frontm
this quartet, aind this teamxxwas stamp-
ed as the greatest of Iowva teamis.Q
Sinco 1922, out of the 14 men who
have raced oIn the 440 yard teanki
six men have doine the distalnce in
-less than 50 seconds with regularity.
Mlorrow, Noll, Brookins, Wilson, Coul-
ter, and1( Cuhel compose the fastest sit.
!At present the team is in tramng
for the Kansas relays to be 1101( April
17 at the Kansas Meoi~ stadium.
If the Iowva teams are able to irecor dj
their third consecutive victories ii 1
some (If these races, they xxill eain
lie right; of possession to tiravehing1
APlans Foar Stadrim
T.ex Rickard, prominent; sport pro-
mtotor, recently disclosed plans for a !t
huge outdoor stadiumn xxhich wxill be
erectedl either in L oup Island(1 city 01
in the Bronx.
-'Tis enormous struretuN will sae0
c;omlplete'd somletime in 1927 at a (0at
(If more than $1,000,0l00.
feing squad, and Illinois xxon firstI
place iii the xviestling comlpetit1(o1 andtf
("ir. c1iiO V ix IIVr"illi 1(-1i1e

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pool. Water polo honors weire award~-
ed to the Purple of Northwvestern.
Minnesota was thme'wiinneri of the
hockey title, while the cross couzitu-y
meet was won bly Wisconsin. Ohio-
State turned out the championship

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(;lii(;ago won me gymnastic=s title.

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