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April 08, 1926 - Image 6

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Team Will Play Six Conference Teams
And Four Practice Games Before
At the first meeting of the Michigan
golf squad on Tuesday night the
schedule for the coming year was re-
leased by Coach Carlton Wells. Six
Conference meets and .four practice
encounters will be played in prepara-
tion for the final meet of the year, theI
Conference tournament at Chicago
June 10 and 11.
Ten team matches have been sched-
uled for the month of May. On thej
first day of the month the Wolve inesj
will play the Ohio team at ColtfmbusI
and three days later the Detroit Golf
club will furnish the opposition at!
the club links.
Illinois will invade Ann Arbor on
May 8, after which the Michigan team
will again match strokes with the De-
troit Golf club on May 12. Purdue is
next on the local schedule, coming on
May 15 and then the Wolverines willj
journey to Evanston to meet North-
western on May 20.
Wisconsin and Redford are next on
the program on May 20 and 22. From
Redford the Michigan golfers will re-
turn to Ann Arbor on May 28, facing
the strong Chicago team. The final
match before the Conference meet
will be against the Grosse Isle team
away from home.
In order to determine the members
of the squad aqualifying tournanient
will be held on the Ann Arbor course
April 21 and 22 which will furnish the
basis for the awarding of playing pri-
vileges. The tournament will consist
of 36 holes of medal play with the
first 15 men to be retained on the
squad. All try-outs must play in this.
tournament and freshmen will also be
permitted to practicipate.
After the qualifying tournament
further elimination matches will be
held to determine the regular Var-1
sity team for the 1926 campaign.
Cage Champions
A Varied Group
The Fitchburg, Mass., high school,
basketball team which recently won
the national championship is a cos-

Ty's Star Rookie

Promising MIen "Will Train At Yost ,
Field House In Preparing
Fer Relay Meets
Coach Fairell plans to keep moreI
than 20 trackmen over the spring'
vacation in order that they may get in
shape for the Ohio and Kansas relay
carnivals that will be held at Colum-
bus and Lawrence respectively on
April 17.
At present it is a certainty that
Michigan will be represented by three
relay teams at either the Ohio or
Kansas relays. It is not known yet
which teams will be taken to the re-1
spective carnivals.
The four mile team will be compos-
ed of Cantain Freyberg, Callahan,1
Jung and Hornberger, or Reinke. The
mile team will probably be made up
of the same men that beat the Cornell
quartet, namely Feinsinger, ilerrn-
stein, Ohlheiser and Mueller, while
the half mile team is still an uncer-
tainty. Hester, Leshinsky, and Kel-
ley are men that will probably make-
up the team, and Voelker is another
220 man of merit. Feinsinger may
also be used in this combination, as
he has had some, experience, having
run on the half mile team last year.
According to Farrell no men will
be kept over this spring in either the
high jump or hurdles, with the ex-
ception of Voelker in the latter event,
and Weeks, if he has removed his in-
eligibility in the high jump. Weeks is
capable of clearing six feet in his ev-
ent, and should be a valuable aid to
the squad providing he is eligible.
No regular practice is being held
'for the men this week, due to the in-
clement weather conditions and mid-
semester examinations, although
many of the trackmen are working
out daily.aIt is hoped that the squad
Imay be able to get outdoors before
I the opening of the season on April 17,
but at the worst the men are used to
a cinder track, having run on one all
during the indoor season.
COLUMBUS, O. - President Ban B.
Johnson of the American baseball
league is in a local hospital undet ob-
servation by Dr. Robert B. Drury, a
personal friend of Johnson's and part
owner of the Boston American club.

Mid West Athletes Hope For
Top Form By Time Of Relays


LAWRENCE, Kans., April 7. - Al- win will give perinwanent possession Of I IIUV YILL HIUIL IIl
thouglh snowy weather throughout the the cup._
middle west antI ehasslowedupJUniversity of Oklahoma.iAnd n1illerWillPit
S id linois are the favorites in the mile anI; Agi nst Agai nd Mt~ ie ;W il t ch
track practce, especially where no in- seven-eigts medley, although Texa cy Nine; Edgar
seeneghhmdlyRatouhTO Ctc
aoor facilities are at nand, yet clear winner of this race for three years,
weather seems bound to come in time will again be strong. Notre Dame
to have all the athlete,) in tol shapelwill also have a fast quartet for this EDGAR WILL CATCH
{ race.
to make record time at the fourth an- New
laua Kasasrelys ere, oil 7. s ecods tre i i al th With the opening gamie against the
PeuforKans relay t I las hee .) it ii th17. Kansas relay races at last, year's mneet. University of Kentucky nine only a~ ,n h rset frsilfrhrre
Performances in r elay racs ,in the iand the prospects for still further rec-UnvrtyoKnukynn ny
South, in individual performina es of ordl breaking seems good. few days off, Coach Ray Fisher of the
milers, half milers, quarter milers and __Varsity baseball squad announced the
dash men in indoor meets where rec- I
ords crashed ino inaiy inst ices allIBecause of the recent death of his probable batteries to be used in an ef-
forecat new outdoor marks this father, President Coolidge has decided fort to get off to a flying start on the
spring. not Io participate in the opening of the spring training trip.
Attemr.pting to predict winners in the baseball ceremonies, and the first ball It is planned to send the veteran
six university class reilays, the four will be tossed into the fray at Wash- .Iablonowsi to the mound in the in-
relays for colleges and the like num- ington by Vice-President Dawes. itial contest of the trip, with Edgar
hery for hg sool athlassigned to the catching position. Ac-
her for high school athletes on the crigt h ln fCahFse,
Kansas relays program, is a hard task,. cording to the plans of Coach Fisher,
Ky r ar sJablonowski will face the Kentuckians
yet sports fans already have been AT THE T HE A T E R S during the lirst four or five innings,
picking favorites for the various races __rnghefitouorfieinigs
ofkngAprh i s7.after which Miller will take up the
of April 17. Today-Screen I hurling duties.
In the sprint relays, whiclr means Neither of the probable starters op-
the quarter mile relay and the half Arcade- "Irene," with Colleen posed the Lexington players in last
mile relay, several schools are known Moore. iI year's encounter when the Wolverines
to have possible world record break- brilhiantly beat their rivals. This
ers. Nebraska, Illnois, Iowa, Michi- Majestic-"The Far Cry," with Icoupled with the fact that the Ken-
gan, and Kansas, are picked as pos- Blanche Sweet. I tucky squad is munch stronger than
sible winners in eitherofthese races. last season, should insure an inter-
In the one mile relay, Iowa univer- Wuerth - "The Circle," with esting contest when the two teams
sity is the favorite after performances Eleanor Boardman. iclash.
at the Texas and Rice relays where lh h Ch r a n t
Cuhel, anchor man, ran thrilling races Today-Stage Althogh Coach Fisher has not de
against the anchor men of George kinitely decided upon the 15 men t
town. Grinnell college, last year's Garrick (Detroit)-"What Price make the training trip, he has sub
winner, also is to have another fast Gif. e neiiilywihwl ett
mile team, it is p~redictedl. ___ I tee on eligibiliy which will meet to-
winerte, al is thet. anotheay to anprove of the various candi
The two mile relay shows the Kan- Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)- I(dates. an
sas Aggies the favorite, with Iowa "The Show-Off." The Ine whose names appear o
State and Northwestern likely wiin- Temnwoenae!pero
esTeAggNies nrun wely In the list have been determined almos
ners. The Aggies can run well under Shubert Lafayette (Detroit).-- entirely by their all around ability
eight minutes, it is believed. "The Student Prince." in all the departmehts of the gam
The four mile relay will be a close I iXtCpt batting. Because of the poo
race between the Oregon Aggies, Kan- New Detroit (Detroit)-Thurs-
sas Aggies and Wisconsin, accordiiig NtwDteMic Deian. hrs lighting within the field house the
to ton, the Magician. tesluggers have been unable to hit wit
to thei dope. The Oregon school has eany degree of regularity.
won this race two years, and one moreI

Elton E. Wieman, assistant director
of intercollegiate athletics and heair
line coach at the University of Mich-
;gan, will spend a week at Nashville,
Tenn., where he will be in charge I
the line candidates at the Vanderbilt
university spring football camp.
Coach Wieman has accepted the in-
J vitation from Dan McGugin, formner
Michigan football star who is now
head coach at Vanderbilt. McG ugin
- is a brother-in-law of Coach Fieldiig
1H. Yost, and played on Yost's point-
a-minute elevens in 1901-02.
The Michigan baseball team will
play a two game series with the
Nashville nine, Ap)ril 12 and 13. Wie-
man will remain in the South one
week and will then return for the
s opening of spring football practice at
Michigan, April 20.
.Tad Wieman has earned for hinm-
self a reputation as being one of the
outstanding line coaches in the coun-
try. For the past four years the Woi-
verine lines have been ranked with
the best in the Conference, and a ma-
or share of the credit for the strong
lines is due Wieman. Last season's
championship eleven was heralded as
s being the strongest defensive team ii
the country, no team being able to
- cross its goal line. Northwestern,
o with a lone field goal, was the only
- opponent to score against the Wol-
t- verines.
- Vanderbilt's invitation to Coach
- Wieman is just another tribute in
recognition of the high calibre, of the
n Michigan coaching staff. Last year
t Coach Yost arranged a reciprocal
y plan with Coach Roper of Princeton,
e Yost taking over the Tiger spring
r training for a week, with Roper in
e charge of the Michigan camp. This
h1 year no such arrangement has been
l made with a university of the East.

Charley Gehringer
Gaze a bit at the young lad whom
ten big league clubs want and only
one can have, of course. He is Charles
Gehringer, the rookie seconde baseman
of the Detroit Tigers. He is standing
on second, which bids fair to be his
permanent home with the Tigers,,
once he gets going.
The DetroitTigers obtained him
from Toronto last faillaft' r the young
man had drawn the attention of the
big league ivory hunters by his all-
around playing.
mopolitan team composed of Mylly-
kangas, a Finn, Oliva and Maffeo, It-
alians, Fanos a Greek, and Allen a
Novia Scotian. The team was coach-
ed by Clarence Amiott, a Frenchman.
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