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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TpJ'jSDAY. APRIL 22,

1920

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41 COACHES PLEASEL
14\ ME OLAESHOWINGOF O
ODAY ORtRE AYSO9 canddate
In reviewing his squad of more than
90 candidates who reported for spring
football practice yesterday, Coach El-
Teanms Eipected To Show Well In Re. ton E. Wieman, assistant director of
athletics, characterized this season's
lay Carnivals At Drake And aggregation as "an unusual group
Peann Saturday which ranks with or above any spring
football candidates we have had in re-
MANY STARS ENTERED cent years".
Coach Wieman is more than pleased
Two sections of Michigan track mienwith the work of the men in the first
Ttwo practices, stating that "this group1
will leave this afternoon to compete 'is either much above the average in
in the Drake and Penn relay carnivals football skill or else they learn more1
at Des Moines, Ia., and Philadelphia quickly than previous squads we have
respectively. The Penn contingent had."
which consists of seven men will The size and caliber of the men on
leave at'2:26 o'clock, while the seven the spring squad is more than gratify-
men going to Drake will leave Ann ing to the Michigan coaching staff.
Arbor at 3:49 o'clock. The Michigan line of the 1925 chain-
The Varsity mile relay team consist- pionship eleven was badly riddled by
ing of FeInsinger, Herrnstein, Ohl- graduation and the Wolverine coaches
heiser, Mueller, Hawkins, Northrup, I must find a center to fill Captain Bob
and Hester will make the eastern trip. Brown's place, and tackles to fill va-
These men will be accompanied by cancies made by the graduation of
Coach Stephen J. Farrell. The team Harry Hawkins, Tom Edwards, aid
that will represent Michigan at the George Babcock.
mid-western meet consists of the Thisted ,played a stellar game
four mile team, and Doyle, Leshinsky against Michigan State when Bob
and Kelly, and will be accompanied Brown was kept on the sidelines with
by Trainer Charles Hoyt. an infected foot, and is considered one
The Mile team will face some strong of the outstanding candidates for the
competition at the Penn meet, but on i pivot position. Schoenfeld also will
their past performances during the in- Hiave to be taken into consideration
door season they should place well.
In winning their event at the Ohio re-
lays they were clocked in fast time.
Hawkins is entered in the hammers
throw at Penn and is looked upon as To ]r aneS Cal
a certain point winner in. his event. -
At theOhio relays last week he won 'More than 30 candidates for the
the triathlon. Hester, who has won freshman baseball nine reported for
every dash race he has competed in the first practice of the season yester-
this year is entered in the 100 yard day at Ferry field, in answer to the
dash at F'ranklin field. In winning this call issued by Coach E. J. Mather, and
event at the Buckeye relays he was these with the 27 batterymen who
tined at :10.1, and is capable of cov- have been working at the field house
ering the distance in better time. for several weeks, bring the total of
The men who are not making the aspirants close to 65.
trip will practice as usual over the Only 12 of this comparatively small
week-end under the direction of Coach number of yearlings are outfielders,
Furnass in order that they may get in but many more are expected to report
trim for the Iowa meet trials which soon. In the infield Coach Mather has
will be held next week. }22 tryouts for the squad. Nine pros-
netiva fi rst '- b .rn n fl ,' d.nn

WITH STRONG
) WiH STONGEXTEND INITIAL 6OLF
BALL CANDIDATES RONiN IT IL FRIDAY
when the opening lineup is picked. The 36 hole qualifying test to
aerhoning Grineuis Oae. all determine prospective Varsity
salmderov, Grinell, Oade, all golfers will be extended through
Showed great development last season Friday for those student golf-
as sophomore members of the squad, ers who failed to play yesterday
and will be among those reporting owing to lack of information
early next fall to fill the vacancies at regarding the play.
tackle. Ray Baer and Gabel, both Pairings may be secured at
M" men on last season's t am work- the Ann Arbor Golf club today.
ed, at guard and tackle positions, an t n T. C. TRUiEBLOOD,
may be shifted to tackle next fall. CARLTON F. WELLS.
The ends will be intact with Flora!
and Oosterbaan reporting.
The entire Michigan backfield which
showed such great scoring power last i r
season will be ready for another cam-
paign, barrig scholastic difficulties.
Captain Friedman will lead his team !
from the quarterback position, while
Gilbert, Babcock, Webber, Miller and
Molenda will be fighting for the other
backfield positions. '-

TO SHOW TENNIS SLIDES TONIGHT
IN NATURAL SCIENCE AUDITORIUM
More tha, a mile of slot: motion who i,, in Europe seeking world lion-
pictures on tennis techniui e ill I .vs, offers a fine study in foot work
shown at 8 o'clock tonigh ti nNatur- d icket t echnique. Other Amer-
al Science auditorium, tVw i iwhich , icans who ar starred in this film
consists of six lO) fom r bo are: William M. Johnston, former
ing been leased by the At hii ic sso_ ;c11iion and second ranking player in
elationisa .sunit ~ inthei hi ntr-!the world; Vincent Richards, ranked

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est University students in some out -
door recreational activity.
The taking of these slow mwotion
pictures required the grea(eu pari of
last season and was dir1et rd and su-
pervised by the leading pbiyer, au-
thorities, and officials of the l'a ited
States Lawn Tennis assocatni t at a
cost of more than $5,000. Te i n
show the leading tennis plaers ol
the world making all forms of serv-
ices and volley strokes, both bc-
hand and forehand.C
William T. Tilden, IT, national men's
I title holder and acknowledged world

third in this country; and R. Norris
'Williams, 11, number four in the Un -
ited State:s ranking list, a former
chamlpion. Other noted tennis men
who are shown in this picture include
the well 1noxvn Australians, Gerald
Patt erson. Norman E. 3rockes, and
Pat 0'Mara-Wood teams.
Th r';cpictures are of great educa-
tion al value, and will be given for the
public free of char-e. Students, fac.
|it y. a nd townspeople interested in
t nis are especially invited in addi-
ion to members of the squad.

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Hold First Round
For Golf Tryouts
More than 35 student golfers par-j
ticipated in the 36 hole qualifying test1
yesterday afternoon on the Ann Arbor
Golf club course. The test is being
held to determine prospective Varsity
golfers.
Due to a high wind that swept over
the course all afternoon, the scores
were all higher than usual. Ralph
Cole was low with a score of 77, Freel
.Feeley, captain of the golf team was
second with 78, Fred Glover and Ther-
on Goodspeed tied for-third with 81,
Ell4ert Vyse and Addison Conner,
fourth with 82.
The "raincoat" for the football field
of the University of Illinois is on the
way from an eastern factory. The
giant fabric, which is to cover.the en-
tire gridiron between games if the
weather threatens, is to be made in
four sections of 158 by 83 feet each.

CLEVELAND, April 21. - August
Johns, the recruit left hander, who de-
feated the Indians in Detroit last
week, started his second big league
game auspiciously yesterday, but
lapsed into carelessness in the third
inning and gave out three hits which
resulted in three runs. The final score
was 12-2.
Pitcher Benny Karr for Cleveland,
meanwhile held the Tiger batters in
check allowing them only six hits.
Johns up to the third inning had al-
lowed only one hit but in the third,
hits by Spurgeon, Burns, and Lutzke
interspersed by two walks gave Cleve-
land three runs. In the fifth the In-
dians again scored three runs.
Fothergill who garnered three of the
six hits' from Karr was responsible
for both Detroit scores in the second
inning. He singled, advanced on a
couple of errors and came home on
Jack Tavener's single. His single
through Lutzke in the eighth sent 0'-i
Rourke home with the second marker.
St. Louis correspondents concede
Ernie Nevers an even chance to stick
with the Browns for the season.

champion, who assisted in (irecting The longest ma or league ball game
the filming and wrote the titles which on record was played Alay 1, 1920 be-
are ed.ucational in themselves, is pie- tween Boston and Brooklyn of the
tured making various strokes. I elen National league for 26 innings and the
Wills, youthful women's champion game ended a 1-1 tie.

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not only for the hats col-
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line of work into which
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But your job has tofit
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hat, for it has to fit your
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Like your hat also, your
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Complete and confidential in-
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basemen, six shortstops, and three
MANAGERIAL TRYOUTS j third lasemen compose the infield
squad.
All freshmen wishing to try practice went on yesterday despite
out for the position of football the contest between the Varsity nine
I manager are requested to report { and the Michigan State team, but the
between 3:30 and 5:30 o'clo workout consisted of very elementary
any day this ,week; at ,the Yost work. However, the squad will be
field house.-{ split up in the near future and will
JOHN DENTON, I engage in contests with the Varsity in
Football. Manager. addition to the regular intersquad
practice games,

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