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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 192G

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FQR RELAY MEETS
Training Table To Be Maintained At
Union For Team Staying Here
During Vacation Period
SQUAD OF 18 TO REMAIN{
While Michigan's baseball team is
touring the South, and the majorityl
of students are celebrating the vaca-
tion period at their homes. 18 mem-1
bers -of Michigan's track team will be
working out daily at the field house
for the Ohio and Kansas relays which
will be held next Saturday at Colum-
bus and Lawrence respectively.
In addition to the men who will re-
main in Ann Arbor the whole vaca-
tion, eight other members of the squad
will return to Ann Arbor bn Wed-
nesday in order to condition them-
selves for the Ohio relays.
The men who will remain in Ann
Arbor are Captain Freyburg, Calla-
han, Hornberger, Jung, Wells, Herrn-
stein, Feinsinger, Oldheiser, Mueller,,
Weeks, Northrup, Munz, Lovette, Les-
chinsky, Kelley, Hawkins, Hester, and,
Doyle. McCaffree, Bean, Schraves-
and, Prout, Lasser, Snider, Stirling,l
and Munger will return here Wed-!
nesday.
A training table will be maintained
at the Michigan Union for the men
who remain here to practice, so that
the squad should be in good physical:
condition for the carnivals.
Coach Farrell has not yet decided
just how he will divide his men for
the carnivals, but it is certain that
either the tour mile or mile team will
go to Kansas, the other will attend
the Ohio meet. In addition to the re-
lay teams, individual entries will be
made both at Ohio and Kansas.
Coach Farrell expects to take his
men out of doors for the first time
Saturday or Monday, and if good
weather continues the squad will have
a chance' to' get in shape for the re-
lays, otherwise the men will eter
the events physically perfect, but
hampered a great deal by weather
and track conditions.
MALDEN, Mass. - Fred Ostergren.
who starred at baseball and football
at Holy Cross, will go to St. Bona-
venture's college at Olean, N. Y. as
athletic director and football coach
next fall. Ostergren wired his accept-
ance last night. He has been teaching
in the Malden high school.

Four Men Tie For
Point HonorsIn
All Campus .rack
hicks, Rose, Gates, and Thayer
garnered nine points each and copped
high point honors in thie annual all-
campus indoor track meet at Water-
man gymnasium Wednesday night in
which a large number of entrants
participated.
Other point winners in- the meet
were Licenstein and Blocker, who
scored five points each, and Lamont,
Doefr, Shulack, and Perrine, who suc-
ceeded in winning four points each.
Hicks, who negotiated the 50 yard
dash in the remarkably fast time forl
intramural athletics in :05.6 seconds,
and Rose, winner of the shot put and
broad jump events, were easily the
outstanding performers in the meet.
Rose heavedl the shot 42 feet and
jumped a distance of nine feet six in-
ches in the standing broad jump.
Perrine, running second for several
laps in the mile run, sprinted at the
end and won in a walk-away, leaving
a wide distance between himself and
his closest rival. The 440 and 880
yard runs were marked by close fin-1
ishes.
Summary of events: 50 yard dash
Hicks, time :05 3-5. 65 yard low hur-
dIes, Shulack, time :07 3-5. 60 yard
high hurdles, Thayer, time :08 7-10.
Half mile, Lamont, time 2:06. 440 yard
dash, Doerr, time 1:06. Mile run, Per-
rine. Shot put, Rose, distance 42 feet.
High jump, Hicks, five feet six inches.
Broad jump, Rose, nine feet six ih-
ches.
The winners will be awarded track
shirts with numerals by the intra-
mural department.
BUDAPEST.--Frustration of an at-
tempted putsch of a serious character
is announced in a police report. A
band of university students, it says,
was caught mobilizing last week for1
an armed sally into Czechoslovakia.
Six were arrested.
WILKESBARRE, Pa. - Tiger Flow-
ers, middleweight champion of the
world was signed by the Armory Ath-
letic club for a ten round decision
fight here with Joe Gans April 16.
This is the new champion's first battle
since he won the title from Harry
Greb at Madison Square Garden._
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TEAMOF FIFTEEN BALL PLAYERS
I WILL DEPART FOR SOUTH TODAY

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Michigan's Varsity baseball squad I also be a regular in the outfield, while
numbering 15 players, Coaci Ray L. Iit will be possible to use either Fried-
Fisher, and William L. Chase, '26,. man, or Oocsterbaan for the other po-
manager will leave this afternoon over sition.
the Ann Arbor railroad on the first The itinerary includes games with
leg of the annual spring tour through the following schools: April 10, Uni-
the southern states. versity of Kentucky at Lexington;
Coach Fisher took the following ! April 12 and 13, Vandero it at Nash-
players who will be considered as the ville; April 14 and 15, Merc>' at Mer-
regular squad for the remainder of cier; April 10 and. 17, Geor ia atj
the season: Captain Wilson, first base: Athens; and April 19, Ohio Wesleyan
Jablonowski, Walter, Miller, "Ruetz, at Delaware. Jablonowski and Miller
and Oosterbaan, pitchers; Edgar and will pitch the first game with Kea-
Davis, catchers; Neville, second; tucky tomorrow.
Skidmore, utility; Loos, shortstop; Michigan will open her regular sea-
Kubicek, third, and Pucklewartz, Lang, son here on April 21 in a game with
and Friedman, outfielders. Michigan State college.
Edgar and Davis have had an in-
teresting battle far catching position, hoim Ideal
and Edgar will probably do most of Ryea
the work behind the plate during the Player"-Fisher
regular season, although on the trip
the work will be divided.
Miller and Ruetz are the new addi- Confronted with the task of devel-
tions to the pitching staff, the former oping a well balanced infield, after
because of his hitting ability will be losing his most promising prospect
used in the outfield when not pitching, for the infield, Coach Fisher is gradu-
the latter will see service in a utility ally building a formidable machine
role. to represent Michigan on the base-
Captain Wilson remains at his posi- ball diamiond this year.
tion at first base but the other mem- Norrie Ryerholm, with a quiet dis-
bers of the infield are all playing their position, and an exceptionally good
first season. Neville was chosen for ball player was almost certain of be-
second base over a half dozen candi"- ing placed at either second base or
dates because of his hitting. The di- short stop until he was injured in
minutive Loos wil play shortstop be- an automobile accident last fall, in
cause of his ability to cover more which several bones were broken in
ground than any other of the candi- his ankle.
dates. Kubicek,- who promises to be "An ideal ball player," said Coach
the best hitter in the infield will play Fisher of him, "one of the best hit-
third base. ters on the squad, and a good man to
Pucklewartz will again play center balance and handle the infield. Ryer-
field. Lang, another sophomore will holm could play any position on the

Weather Hampers COACH HUTCHINS TENNIS SQUAD TO
Condition Of Men PRACTICE HERE DURING VAC A TION
In Field .Events
Aidedi by the apparent reality of Coach Hutchins hopes to be down
sprinWo weather, Michigan's tennis vet- on Ferry field the greater part of va->
With the opening of the outdoord
season less than two weeks away, -rans and numeral men have swung cation playing with the candidates,
Coach Stephen J. Farrell is faced with into action on the concrete courts and working his small pre-call squad
the task of rwunding his men into at Ferry field where they intend to into definite form for the Michigan
shape for outdoor competition. The continue playing throughout the en-I State racket mens who come here
runners and hurdlers are in good con-I. April 24 to oppose the Varsity in tl
dition as a result of their indoor sea- tire vacation period. first team play of the season.
son's work but the field men, espec- The eligibility committee will not Michigan State will bring a teo m
ially the discus, hammer, and javelin meet to decide on tennis candidatesi which, according to early information,
throwers and the broad jumpers, have until April 21, but no difliculties are will be the best developed at the East
not had sufficient opportunity to at- expected from this source. Lansing school for several years.
tain their best form. Captain Krickbaum and the other As nearly as can be told so early,
Michigan will be forced to rely veterans and Varsity cahdidatesare Michigan will be represented by tree
'mainly upon the veterans remaining all in good condition even now as a of her last year's : veterans: Dick
from last year's squad for points result of workouts in the gymnasium Crane, who captained the 1925 team,
the field events because of the fact and a few, infrequent sessions out- Earl Krickbaum, new leader, and Jim
that there are no men of conference doors. All that is needed now to put Vose who has two Varsity lettexs to
caliber from the freshman team of the men in shape for match play is his credit. All are seniors, and last
last year. actual competition which they expect year played as number two, number
The discus throw will be well taken to obtain next week. three, and number four respectively.
care of by Doyle, Munz, and Schravo-
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leading hammer throwers in the Con-
ference, while McCaffree may develop
into a point winner in this same event.
At present the shot put seems to
be the only weight event in which
Michigan does not have more than one
outstanding performer for as yet Munz
is the only shot putter who has dis-
played real ability.
With the possible exception of the
high jump, Michigan will boast a num-
ber of consistent performers in the
jumping events in spite of the loss of
Hubbard and Brooker from last year':,I
ranks. Northrup should place well up1
among the Conference pole vaulters
and Huff and Prout may develop into
capable understudies. Northrup will
also be Michigan's leading broad.
In the javelin throw Northrup as
without an equal in the Conference
and Michigan will be further fortified
in this event by the return of Lovette.
Lovette who was ineligible last year
is expected to press. Northrup for the
honors in this event on the strength
of his victories while a member of
the freshman squad.
PARIS. - Wales recenty defeated
France in an international rugby foot-
ball match by a score of 7 to 5. Wales
has won all 14 of the matches
played against France since the series
began in 1908.
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CUHEL ANCHOR MAN WINS
fTHRIERELAYS FOR IOWA
IOWA CITY, Ia., April 8.-Frank
Cuhel, anchor runner on Iowa's great
one mile relay team has come up from
behind to win three times this year.
r His greatest feat was at the Westem i
Conference indoor meet when he clos-
ed up 20 yards on Michigan and won
by inches. An eight yard handicap
was his at the Texas relays but he
timed his sprint to nip the Georgetown
runner. Again in the Illinois dual
meet he picked up eight slack yards.

team, with the exception of pitching,
equally well and could be depended
upon to handle each sack in any em-
ergency."
Hanson, Emery Win
Bridge Tournament
Finals in the Union bridge tourna-
ment have ended with Harvey C. Haa-f
sen, '27M, and Charles B. Emery, '29M,
campus champions, and James Rowley,
'26M, and Malcom Hitke, '26M, winners
of the consolation prize.
Paavo Nurmi will not compete in
the national track and field champion-
ships to be held here in July.

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