THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1926
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About 100 Men Is
GAME ON FATHERS' DAY
Coach Elton E. Wieman, assistantI
director . of intercollegiate athletics
and head line coach of the Varsity'
football team, announced yesterday
that the spring football candidates
will hold their first scrimmage ofI
the season Friday afternoon on the
practice field behind Yost field
The entire squad of more than 100
men has been at work on the funda-
mentals of the sport since the end of
the spring recess, and has, in the op-
inion of the coaches, rounded into
shape quickly so as to warrant real
competition in scrimmage this week.
The squad will be divided into teams
today and will work on plays and
signals the remainder of the week in
preparation for the scrimmage Fri-
In addition to the scrimmage sched-
uled for Friday, Coach Wieman an-
nounced that the football candidates
will compete in three scrimmages
next week, the tentative program ar-
ranged calling for games Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday.
As the feature of the program for
Fathers' day, the athletic officials
have scheduled the all-important
game of the spring training season
to be played on the regular gridiron
at Ferry field. The men will have
had three tests before this game, and
will be ready for the contest "which
will have all the finishing touches of
a regular Varsity coikest." There is
no track meet scheduled for that
week-end, and so the Wolverine
coaches have been able to arrange for
the game to be played on Ferry field.
Coaches Yost and Wieman are view-
ing the coming scrimmages with great
anxiety in hope of finding Varsity
material to fill the vacancies made by
the graduation of Babcock, Hawkins,
and Edwards, and to uncover some
reserve end material. In the prac-
tices held thus far, the coaches be-
lieve that they have found a few men
who will develop into Varsity materi-
al, but of course, have no definite
foundation for their conjectures until
the men have performed in scrim-
The Wolverines are facing a serious
problem in the lack of reserve mate-
rial to substitute for Oosterbann and
Flora at the ends. Last season the
Wolverines managed successfully to
complete the season with only one re-
serve flank man. Charles Grube was
a valuable reserve man, but his grad-
uation in June has created a vacancy
which will be hard to fill.
STRIBIN TO DISPLACE
DELANEY IN TTLE OUT
Rickard Announces Fight For World's
Light Heavyweight Title Will
Ie June 10
HALSTED TURNS IN FAST j
TIME IN BACK STROKEj
I Johni Halsted, Varsity back
stroke, and second place man in
the' Conference meet, turned in
an excellent performance in theI
mile back stroke event, in a
swim Thursday at the Union.j
His time in the event was 27.
minutes, 51 seconds.
Although this race is not listed
on the regular program in col-
legiate swimming, the mark
turned in by Halsted is exceed-
ingly fast, according to Mattj
Mann, Varsity coach. Halsted
swam his race without competi-
Halsted showed well through-
out the last season, and culmi-
nated his performance by push-
ing Hill, Minnesota, to the limit
to win this event in the Big Ten .
Meet To Ohio
Ohio State's track team which
comes here for a dual meet with
Michigan on Saturday has never been
able to administer a defeat to a Wol-
The nearest that the Buckeyes ever
came to winning over a Michigan
track squad. was in 1921, when they
were nosed out in a dual encounter
by three points, Michigan winning the
Michigan's most complete victory
occurred in the first track meet ever
held between the two schools, back
in 1907, when Coach Farrell's men
triumphed by a 46 2,3 margin, the
final score being 104 1-3 to 57 2-3.
The following year Michigan closely
approached its record of the previousj
season, winning from the Buckeyes,
The dual meet records follow:
'TENIS TA IS
MEET WITH BUTLER
Is Fourth Straight Victory Of Season
For Wolverines; Lose Only I
PLAY TOLEDO SATURDAY
ALL-CAMPUS TRACK MEET
I ON FLAY 15 CANCELLED
IBecause of the participation
Iof many students in the ;activi-1
jties planned by the Union for
Father's day, but few entries
f have been received by the in-
tramural department for the all-
campus outdoor track meet sche-
duled for the same day, May 15,
and consequently intramural of-
ficials were forced to declare the
The Ferry field track is availa-
ble only on that date for the re-
mainder of the academic yoar,
this necessitating the holding of
the meet on May 15. If there is
an immediate response and the.
number of entries materially in-
creased, there is a likelihood that
the meet will be definitely staged
can that date.
CLEVELAND.- Cleveland fans are Frank Sibley, captain-elect of the
taking their baseball this spring with University of Indiana basketball team,
keen delights Not in several years is putting in a strong bid for an out-
have they had such hopes, and the at- field berth on Coach Dean's baseball
tendance was big regardless of in- team.
A combined Princeton and Cornell
George Huff, veteran director of ath- track team will meet Cambridge and
letics at the University of Illinois, and Oxford in an international meet at
Mrs. Huff will sail for Europe early Stamford Bridge, Eng., on July 10.
next month for a tour of the British -
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Michigan annexed its fourth
straight tennis victory of the season
Monday afternoon at Indianapolisl
when Butler college fell a victim, los-
ing six of seven matches to the strong,
well balanced Wolverine team. The
courts were in poor condition. which!
fact coupled with a cold, raw wind
made play well nigh impossible at
times and, severely hampered the men
throughout the afternoon's play which
lasted until it was nearly dark.
In view of Dick Crane's excellent
work all year, Captain Krickbaum re-
linquished the number one position
to him for the day, and with it the
tremendous task of coping with Sag-
alowski, the Butler ace who slashed
his way to the finals of the Confer-,
ence tournament last year. He prov-
ed to be to strong for Crane and cap-
tured the match in straight sets, 6-1,
6-1. Crane handicapped by the un-
familiar, rough courts, gave Sagalow-
ski a much better battle than thel
Krickbaum found practically no op-
position in Yaqnyawn, a colored ath-
lete. The Michigan captain toyed
with his opponent, losing but three'
Stephens found difficulty in get-
ting started, being especially both-
ered by the cold, windy afternoon.
Ravenscraft took the first set from
him after a long struggle which end-
ed 12-10. Ravenscraft tired and
Stephens now playing at top speed
ran away with the second set, 6-1.
The Wolverine then finished the l
match, 10-12, 6-1, 6-4.
Vose deefated Turpin with ease G-4,
6-3, taking many .liberties with his
opponent in a battle that was never
in doubt. Vose played good tennis
were needed, but at other times took
the matcp rather lightly.
The last singles match saw Red
Olian win for the fourth straight time
this year. The score was 7-5, 6-1.
Olian found in Moyrier a tenacious
opponent during the first set, but who
lost effectiveness as the match pro-
gressed. Michigan experienced little
difficulty in the doubles matches, both
of which were won in straight sets.
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Derby Eligibles To 1
Run Trial Event'
LEXINGTON, May 4.-Seven Ken-
tucky Derby eligibles have been nam-
ed to start in the Blue Grass stakes,
the feature event of the Get-Away
day here tomorrow. The race, con-
sidered a Derby qualifier, is at a milej
and an eighth, the colts carry Derby
weights of 126 pounds and the fillies
five pounds less. The race carries
an added purse of $3,000. Forty-fivef
Four members of the Pacific coast
conference, Stanford, California, Uni-
versity of Southern California, and
Oregon, want the dates for the annual
track meet advanced from May 22 to
May 15, so teams that desire can com-
pete in the intercol-legiates at Har-
vard May 28 and 29.
Michigan's Varsity baseball team
will be on the road for two games
this week-end, being scheduled to play!
Friday at Madison against the Badger
nine, and Saturday at Minneapolis,
where they will meet the Minnesota
team. The team will entrain at 3:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon for Mad-
Coach Fisher plans to send Don
Miller to the mound in the opening
game against Wisconsin. Millei' has
} been pitching good ball, sending back
} the Syracuse batters with only six
hits in the first game of the series
with the Orange team.
The second game in all probability
will see Peter Jablonowski as Fish-
er's choice for the hurling duty. The
veteran pitcher has been pitching in
great shape and rates with the best
in the Conference. In Monday's game
despite the zero weather, Jablonowski
gave the Indiana aggregation, last
year's champions, five hits, all singles.
Jablonowski will be used at third base
when he is not pitching due to his
Bennie Oosterbann's big bat will
be available again, against the Badg-
ers as he will play the right garden
vacated by Miller who takes up the
1 pitching role. Coach Fisher has been
f pleased with the showing of Louis
Kubicek at second base and will no
doubt use him at the keystone sack
in the future. Kubicek has been play-
ing errorless ball and hitting consist-
ently despite a leg injury that is a
handicap to his playing.
Should Michigan be victorious in'
both games this week-end they should
have little trouble with the Iowa ball
Vteam in a game scheduled Monday.
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Negotiations were opened recently
for a handicap match at three-cush-
ions between Willie Hoppe and Alfre-
do de Oro. Hoppe defeated De Oro
in a special match from scratch a year
ago and under the conditions for the
proposed match Hoppe is willing to
concede ten points in every fifty.
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NEW YORK, May 4.-Young Stribl-
ing probably will displace Jack De-
laney as an opponent for Paul Berlen-
bach, world's light heavyweight cham-
pion in a 15 round title match at
Yankee stadium, June 10, Promoter
Tex Rickard announced today.
Negotlitions with Stribling were
opened, Rickard said, as a result of
Delaney's failure to accept terms of-
fered him for the match.
Joe Dundee, of Baltimore, one of
the two leading challengers in the
welterweight (jivision, was notified
that he must ,cancel his engagement
at Madison Square Garden May 21,
to meet Eugene "Shuffle" Callahan, of
Chicago. Promoters of the Coney Is-
land stadium protested the match on
the grounds that it was just one week
before Dundee faces Willie Harmon
there in a welterweight elimination
contest and the protest was upheld.
Reddy Mason, of Pittsburgh, man-
ager of Harry Greb, former middle-
weight champion, appeared before the
board to attempt to straighten out
a controversy involving his contract
with Greb. The commission °ordered
him to return Friday with Greb. -
Tommey Burns, Detroit light heavy-
weight, who meets Jack Delaney at
Ebbet's field, May 26, was ordered to-
complete his training in this state atj
least 15 days before the match. C
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