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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

STUESDAY, APIIL A, 1926

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Wtll HOLD ThI CK
TRIALS THISWEE
Coach Farrell Announces jntention
o T1rkIn Men utdoors
If Possible
ENTERS TWO CARNIVALS
Time trials for the Kansas and Ohio
relays will be held this week, accord-
ing to an announcement made by
Cqach Farrell yesterday. The relay
carnivals will be held April 17, and
the coach will send teams to each
meet.
Weather conditiors permitting, the
trials will be held on the outdoor
track, but if conditions remain un-
changed, the events will probably be
run off indoors.
The coach has entered many men in
the Kansas carnival and Ohio relays,
and from the list of entries a team
will be chosen to make the trips. The
pumber taken will depend upon the
showings made in the time runs.
During the spring vacation, the
men who'will be chosen to make the
trip will main here for practice. It,
has been decided that teams will re-
main here for the one and four mile
relays; a sprint team will also remain.
Several other men will remain to
practice in preparation for the weightl
events.
There will be no two mile relay
team entered in this meet due to the
fact that two men from last year's
team have graduated, one declared in-
eligible, 'and Capt. Dick Freyberg has
turned his efforts towards the mile
run.
The question as to whether North-
rup will successfully fill the opening
left by Hubbard in the broad jump
still remains a problem, since North-
rup has not yet turned his efforts to
that event. Snider and Sterling will
also enter into the competition in this
event, but thus far they have had no
opportunity to show their ability.

CHARLEY PADDOCK TO TRY FOR '
NEW RECORD IN 100 YARD DASH
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Charley Paddock, anxious to reta in the title of "fastest human" is
training at Palo Alto, Calif., to smash his 100 yard mark of 9 6-10 seconds.
He{recently equalled the record- in an official trial. The photo shows hin
getting under way in a dash event.
Paddock .has long been one of th e outstanding stars of the American
trackmen and has several remarkabl e sprinting feats to his credit.

UAfLDflAll-Campus Track
Meet To Be Held
flhlTflll R PRAf TIP~F At Gym Tomorrow

Chicago Trophy Offered As
Incentive To Spring Gridnei

Despite adverse weather conditions
Coach Fisher worked a few of his first
string pitchers yesterday on the base-
ball diamond in the first outdoor
workout of the season. Miller, and
Jablonowski each spent 20 minutes
warming up on the side lines of the
diamond.
The remainder of the dia:fond is in
a condition which prohibits practice
for a few days, but it is the hope of
the coach that the ground will dry?
enough to permit drilling the outfield'
for two days before the departure to
the South.
Gilbert is definitely lost to the team
for the southern trip because of a re-
lapse following the illness which
caused his confinement to the hospital
two weeks ago. Doctors ordered him
to be taken to the hospital again yes-
terday. Batting and infield practice
were held in the field house yesterday
and Friedman appeared in Gilbert's
place at third base.
Michigan State college has two vic-
tories and one defeat to date on her
southern trip. The Lansing school de-
feated Mercier college 1 to 0, and Fort
Benning 4 to 1
Oxford and Cambridge universities
have again sent athletes to compete
with American teams. Ten members
of the Oxfprd-Cambridge lacrosse
team arrived recently on the steam-
ship Majestic.

Preliminaries and finals of the an-
nual all-campus indoor track meet
will be held tomorrow night ,at 7:30
o'clock in Waterman gymnasium.
Men not already entered should re-
port to the meet: manager at once and
receive assignments to :heats. Mem-
bers of the Varsity squad and fresh-
man numeral winners are barred
from competition.
The events on the program include:
50 yard dash, .440, 880, mile .run, 65
yard low hurdles, °65 yard high hurdles,
shot put, high jump, and standing
broad jump. No .man may enter more
than three events or more than one
distance run. All men running the
440 or longer distances must be exam-
ined by a physician from the Health
service, who will be in the gymnasium
at 7 o'clock tomorrow night.
All men earning a total of four or
more points will be awarded num-
erals. Points for places will be given
as follows: five, three, two, and one
points respectively to the first four
men finishing in each event.
John McGraw, baseball's premier
manager, has introduced another of
his pupils to the trials and tribula-
tions of a pilot. This time it is"Rube"
Marquard, veteran pitcher, who, upon
his release last winter, was signed by
the Providence team of the Eastern
league.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

Michigan alumni of Chicago haveI
again donated a large life size silverI
football trophy to be awarded to the1
candidate who shows the most devel-I
opment in the spring football train-I
ing season which will begin April 20.f
According to a plan ,arranged by the
donor, the trophy will be awarded on
a 100 per cent perfection basis judged
on four standards. First, attendance,
25 per cent being awarded for per-
fect attendance at every meeting of
the squad; second, improvement dur-
ing the spring season, 25 per cent;
third, value as a Varsity candidate,
40 per cent; fourth attitude displayed
toward the work arranged for the
spring program, 10 per cent.}
Although 40 per cent is awarded fori
potential value as a candidate for theE
Varsity, regular Varsity men "do not
hold an undue advantage in the com-
petition for the trophy. Varsity regu-
lars seldom gain high percentages in
the development group. New comers
and regulars alike, of course, have an
equal chance in the attendance and at-
titude requirements.
Last spring a simjlar trophy was
awarded to Ray Baer, of Louisville

Ky. Walter Webber and Sam Dabcoc
gave the winner close competition fo
the coveted prize. All three of thesd
men were new candidates last spring
and developed into Varsity letter iet
by the close of the regular season last
fall.
The United States lawn tennis auij
thorities are doing their best to e4
emplify the statement that suffering4
bravely endured are not long remem
bered, by inviting French tennis ruler.
to send a team of women to this counA
try sometime this summer.
Emerick L. Howell of Little Rock1
Ark., was elected assistant manager o,
the Columbia football team, succeed-
lug Lennox P.~ Brown \vho recen~tly re
signed.
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TENNIS TEAM WILL
Michigan's prospective tennis team
has reached the stage where the men
are ready to abandon Waterman gym-
nasium for the more spacious Ferry
field concrete courts. A gala day was
planned for yesterday afternoon by
the men who will form the nucleus
of the squad, but the weather pro-
hibited it.
Prof. Henry C. Hutchins, recently
appointed tennis coach, has wasted iio
time in formulating a definite plan to
place Michigan tennis on a well or-
ganized basis.
Following the spring recess, a gen-
eral call will be issued and a tenta-
tive ranking list will be posted of all
the men on the squad.
The challenge system will be usedJ
in determining the personnel of the
team. By this system, it will be pos-
sible for anyone listed to challenge 1
only the man ranked immediately
above him and if victorious, advance
a notch, wile the other player drops.
In this way, it will be possible to as-
certain the five best singles players
on the Michigan squad to carry the
burden of match play, the coach be-
lieves.
Doubles teams will be picked in the
same way, so it is altogether :possible
that the doubles and singles teams
will not include the same men. This
is an interesting innovation and is a
big step toward good doubles play
which is so noticeably lacking in
America today.
Professor Hutchins h-as prepared a
code of "Fundamental. Hints on Lawn
Tennis" which he will issue to each
of the men answering the call. This
is planned as a general help in bring-
ing out the best that is in a man with-
out in any way attempting to change
the game he has developed by years
of practice. The coaching will be di-
rected toward correcting faults in the
player's present style of play, and in
\ showing him wherein he may improve
his general play. Eight men will be
retained on the squad after the final
cut from which five will be picked
for Varsity competition.
Entries Due In
Tennis Tourneyi
A large number of entries have been
received for the tennis tournament
that is being sponsored by the Intra-
mural department. Friday, April 9,
is the last day- on which -entries will
be accepted.
Play will commence immediately
following the spring recess and to
avoid the possibility of being omittedz

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