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April 21, 1926 - Image 6

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With Advantage Of Sother Practice
Looking School Possesses
A Strong Team
Michigan's Varsity baseball team
will open its home season at 4:05
o'clock today at Ferry field in a game
with Michigan State college. For the f
first time in years the State college
boasts a powerful team which has had
the advantage of a southern training,
all of which promises a more inter-
esting opening game than usual.
The defeats the Wolverines suffered
in the last three games has raised
the enthusiasm of the State fans and
they ar hoping to conquer the Maize
and Blue team after failing to do so
for the last five seasons. As a con-
sequence it is expected that many stu-
dents of the Lansing school will jour-
ey here today to support theirteam.
Michigan State boasts three timely
hitters in Haskins, Tollen, and Fre-
mont, and a pitcher of more than or-
dinary ability in Wakefield.
In the last few games on the south-
ern training trip, the Michigan team
has been under the handicap of in-.'
$iries and sickness. During some of
the last games Loos took his position
at shortstop regardless of a high tem-
perature, while Kubicek, at second had
an injured leg.n Dueto these injuries
1Vichigan will not be able to present j
her strongest lintup, today, although I
the two injured players will prjably
;tart the game.
Coach Fisher intends to start Jab-
onowski in the box, with Edgar re-
ceiving, and both Walter and Miller
will pitchduring the game. Friedman
will play third base, Loos, shortstop,
and Kubicek, second. Miller will start
in right field, and when he is called
in to pitch Oosterbaan will take his
position. Th'e remainder of the lineup
will remain the same as it was on
the tour.
Michigan State college will lineup
as follows: Fleser, center field; Has-
kins, left field; Tollen, right field;
Fremont, catcher; Kiebler, shortstop;
Bayne, second base; Hood, third base;
Spiekerman, first base.; and Wakefield,
Iore Than 75 Men
Report For First
Spring Grid Drill
More than 75 men , reported to
Coaches Wieman and Kipke yester-
day afternoon on Ferry field for the
initial football workout of the year.
This number is little more than half,
l owever, for 125 invitations were ex-
tended to men of promise, and about
25 more are expected to report before
the spring practice is completed.
The workout was very light, the
coaches allowing the men to do noth-
ing but limber up, and the afternoon
was spent catching passes.
Among those that reported were Paul
Cook, the sensation of last year's re-
serves, Frank Harrigan, the basketball
flash, and George Rich, Varsity wrest-
ler and former freshman star.
Cook's running last fall was a reve-
lation, and his speed will be made use
of in the backfield. Harrigan is both
big and fast, and can play either at
end or in the back line. The former
Grand Rapids star was a player of no
mean ability in his high school days,
and this is his first attempt at Big
Ten football.
Rich also is a husky and speedy
lad, and while playing for the fresh-
men last year distinguished himself
both upon offense and defense.
An International Newsreel camera
man was on the field to lake pictures

of the gridders, and the same will soon
be shown in the local theaters.
Few of last year's regulars report-
ed for' the first practice, but all the
Men are expected before the end, of
the week. It is doubtful if Molenda
will report at all.


Tennis men Drill
For M.S.C. Match
Michigan's Varsity tennis squad
spent a strenuous afternoon yesterday
on th& clay courts in preparation for
the matches to be played here Satur-
dywith Michigan State college. It
was the first time the clay courts have
been available this year due to con-
tinued frosty weather, and even now.
nuoVarsity courts are the only ones
in condition. j
Capt. Earl Krickbaum seems to be
fully recovered from his recent tonsil
operation and went through several
hard sets, playing both singles and
doubles. Dick Crane paired with him
in doubles, Jim Vose and Leighton
Stephens opposing them. The latter
two have teamed together for the past
few days with excellent results. If
present indications hold true these
four men will probably carry the bur-
den of play this season.
Yesterday was Crane's first appear-
ance since vacation, but he displayed
rare form throughout, starring in sev-
eral sets of singles. Max Finkleman
and Irwin Olian also played for the
first time in more than a week. Finkle-!
man flashed some good tennis and.
Olian seemed handicapped by lack of
practice. Both are expected to make
a strong bid for regular positions.
Bob Slowinski and Herb Vedder
were both out for the second time this
week. This is Slowinski's last year
on the campus while Vedder is a soph-
omore. Paul Bruske and the ;latter
were both practicing during vacation.
Several new men reported for the
first time yesterday in response to
the call. They inchde Larson, Hol-
land, O'Brien, Toevs, and Felix. Lar-
son showed very well for the first time
out. He and Stephens are a good
doubles combination. Toevs and Felix
are both sophomores.
Baseball is having a most success-
ful season in Honolulu. More than
one hundred teams are contesting
there in about two dozen leagues in'
which more than two thousand play-
ers are enrolled.
Let The Daily sell °it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.


10 O ElMI[D Coach Stephen Farrell Nill send
teams of seven men each to cmpete
at the annual Penn and Drake relay
iibsonIt elieves Stoner In Fourth°
AftOr Latter Had Allowed carnivals Saturday. A four mile relay
A hfr leer Sa A1 ow team, composed of Jung, Wells, Horn-
berger and Freyberg and Leshinsky,!
FREAK PLAY SCORED jKelly and Doyle will leave tomorrowI
afternoon with Charles Hoyt, varsity
{ trainer, for Des Moines.
DETROIT, April 20.--Ty Cobb's De- trieIo e Mie. db 1
DETRITAprl 2.---TyCob's e-~Coach Farrell accompanied by a mile
troit Tigers defeated the St. Louis relay team,I-ester, Northrup and
Browns 5-4 in their final stand before 'i ea trrow
taigtera.Stnr isnai Hawkins will also leave tomorrow
taking the road. Stoner, Gibson anti afternoon for the Penn relay games at
Dauss pitched for Detroit, while Jon- Philadelphia. The team will arrive
nard and Vangilder were in the box Friday morning and work out on the
for the Browns. Franklin field track prior to the car-
Erratic pitching to base and a wild nival Saturday.
pitch spotted the Brown's to a three The mile team will be the same one
run lead. Stoner, who started for the that won the event at the Ohio re-
Tigers was a bit too generous with lays Saturday, Herrnstein, Mueller,
his offerings, and LaMotte and Sisler Oldheiser and Feinsinger. This team
singled after Rice was tossed out in has been running in good form in-!
the first. A wild pitch sent LaMotte doors and should make a creditable
home with the first run. The Browns Showing. The competition will be
scored two more runs in the third( strong in this event as Georgetown,!
inning. Cornell and Yale, all of whom had in-;
In the fourth frame two Tiger runs door mile teams of championship call- {
were scored when Heilmann scored on ber, are entered. -
Tavener's single and the latter came "Buck" Hester whoshas been enter-
home on a wild pitch had put him on ed i\n the 100 yard dash will be pitted
third and Warner singled. In the aga nst such stars as Hussey of Bos-
seventh inning Detroit scored two ton college and Russell, of Cornell,
more runs when Jacobsen muffed intercollegiate indoor sprint champion.
Blue's fly, Wingo and Fothergill scor- 'Michigan represented by DeHart Hub -
ing on the error. (
The last Tiger run was scored in
the ninth inning when with' bases full
Vangilder walked Bassler, forcing in
In Detroit's half of the third inning,
one of the freakiest double plays ever
seen on Navin field was scored. With
the bases full Fothergill hit to Wil-
liams in left field. O'Rourke and Win-
go, believing the ball would be caught, C
remained on second and first respec-
tively. Williams knocked down the
drive and threw to Lamotte who re-
layed the ball to Sisler, who ran down
to cover second base. Sisler touched I c
O'Rourke out and then stepped on sec-
ond forcing Wingo. o
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bard won the 100 yard dash from a'
notable field last year.
Phil Northrup will defend his jave-
lin mark which he made at the Penn
games last year. Northrup's throw of
f1193 feet 11 and 3-4 inches was more;
remarkable as the Penn meet was the
first time he had thrown the javelin
m intercollegiate competition. In the
pole vault Northrup is also expected
to place if he can approach the vault
he made at the Kansas games last
Saturday. Sabin Carr, Yale pole
vaulter who has done 13 feet indoors
is also entered in this event.
The four mile team will try to
avenge its defeat by the Illinois team
at Kansas as the Illini have entered
a four mile team at Drake. Doyle
who placed second in the discus throw
at Kansas will compete in this event
at Drake. Kelly and Leshinsky will
have to step to beat Locke of Nebras-
ka who tied the world's record for the
100 yard dash last Saturday.
The Boston National League liase-
ball club announced the release of
infielder Ernie Padgett to the Cleve-
land club of the American league in
a cash deal.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.


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Interfraternity baseball will begin
tomorrow afternoon when the annual
tournament opens on South Ferry
field. Six diamonds have been put in I
good shape and will be available
for use every afternoon. Fraternities

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