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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARC 10, 1927

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fDOUBT fNSN lS POSSIfBLE !iTCME fBaseball Candidates' Pennsyania Senator May Succeed
Begin Earnest Work Johnson As American League Head1
WESTERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP TRACFor Ensuing Season
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1field house for the remainder of the!
AN) BLUE TIHINCLADS that he will run the dash Saturday as year, Coach Fisher has begun the reg
CONCEDED OUTSIDE he is a capable hurdler and a star in ular baseball practice in an attempt
CHANCE TO WIN the quarter mile run, in addition to to get his men into fair condition
- -being anchor man on the relay team. before the outdoor diamond is avail-
A, ILUNOIS FAYORED Cooper, Coach Farrell's new hurdle able for use.
star will carry a good share of Mich- 'three ieinbers of the Varsity
r igan's championship hopes. In the 60 quintet, Oosterbaan, McCoy, and
en To Com ete For ichiga yard high hurdles, he will run agains' Truskowski, reported 'to the squad,
In Titular :leet a fast field i McGinnis of Wisconsin, and should strengthen the team, ac-;
winner of the all-round championship cording to Coach Fisher, Oosterbaan
at the Illinois meet, Royer and Mc- is the most likely candidate to fill the
By Wiltoui A. SluilsoilKeever of Illinois, and Beatty, Allison, vcn t firt b lef
t completely §hrouds the win- and vuel of Iowa. At Illinois two acan a irstase, lt open by the
the 1927 Big 'en indoor track weeks ago, Allison won the 75 yard arpossibility for one of the outfield
oonship, and it is almost folly high hurdles, Royer placing second, berths, while rusuowski may e
ecture loig oni which team will'McKeever third, and Cooper fourth, used either in the outfield or behind
away the emblem of victory. Michigan will almost have to place the bat.
are at least five Conference Cooper or Jones in the high nurdies ]umield to le Strong
quads ranked among the pos- to entertain any hope of winning the l "The addition of these men to the
ontenders, a condition which title. squad rounds out a very promising
the championship as "any- The 440 yard dash in the Patten group," Coach Fisher said yesterday.
meet f el gymnasium is always a toss up, the 1 "The infield material is better than
a careful survey of the field, break at the start, and not ability it has ever been before, and the out-
iversmty of Iowa, winner of the alone, often determining the winier. field should be strong. Besides this,
door championship, appears to The .track is a 10 lap to the mile there are several veteran pitchers,
outstanding contender, if any, course, with high banks, and is too and a catcher from last year's squad,
hinoisi following closely. The narrow for the large field competing. all of whom are likely prospects."
ill probably be won by 25 In the past, many winners of the Big Last season the infield was the
or even less, and with such a Ten indoor quarter mile were out- weakest part of the team during the
otal the teams will .undoubted- classed in dual meets and in outdoor greater hart of the season. Coach
"buclihed" for the first three competition. Fisher was forced to use a pitcher
Michigan is conceded ai out-i Culbel Favored In 440 on third base in many games, as well
ance for the title, but only on Csa playing Wilson and Kubicek in the
position that every Wolverinq Crte in i lineup when they were bothered with
at~~o't hinb tfomanstatrace. Dugan of Wiscon-
at his best form, and tha si, mirhae. ieoa B of leg injuries. This year, however, the1
will1 be several upsets to favor nBrhgMnesaukeo material is Plentiful, and there will
IChicago, Stevenson and Pople of In-maeils eniundtrewl
ize and Blue. Ohio State and Chi and Bairdvfns owaaare allogoId be no lack of substitutes, according
sin also have strong teams and dana, to indications.I
-be safely overlooked when runners and may take the race, if Although Oosterbaan is the out-
ring the possible winner.s fortunate enough to draw the pole. tanding aspirant for the first base
Cooper Shows Well B.even of Ohio State, Sittig of Ihhi- position, the fight for other berths
igami showed fairly well in the nois, and Fessenden, who placed see- will be hotly contested. 'At second
relays two weeks ago, but the onid in the outdoor championships in base, Kubicek, of last year's team.
rength of the team has not 1922 for Illinois are also figured will have to win out over Skidmore,
4termined,. The Wolverines among the leaders. Leonard, Barton, who was a promising candidate last
andicapped .due to the fact that Ohlheiser, and Mueller of Michigan spring until injured. At short stop,
id not been in competition be- are classed as outsiders, but may place Loos, a veteran, will find stiff com-
e meet, but the showingofif given a good position at the start. petition in Morse, a sophomore. Fried-
in te hurdle evetshwasng ro inke'y record for the half mile is man, Weintraub, and Corriden con
ratifying and offset the dsp not likely to be broken in the competi- pose the list of the best third base-
ent attached to Hester's failure tion. Caine of Indiana is the only run- men, and one of these men will prob-
the dash. ner in the race who might win in ably be selected to hold down the hot
h Steve Farrell never takes a record time, but his performances in corner.
the indgor meet who does not the past do not justify any such hope. In the outfield, Coach Fisher must
)me chance ofp ,andtheSittig of Illinois, if he does not enter find someone to take the place of
tlie anoucedplacing, ndWte the 440, is almost certain to place. Lang, lost by ineligibility. Capt. Puck-I
t he announced that 18 Wolver- Erickson of Wisconsin is also ranked elwartz is almost certain to be in ceii-
1n participate in the meet gives as a place winner. Lomont and Beals, ter field, while McCoy, Froeinke,
oe tesinthe showing of Michigan's entries in this event,, are Truskowski, and Neiblung will fight
.meet at Lansing, has added hardly fast enough for the rest of the for the other openings. It is very
to Michigan's potssbilities..field. likely that some of the infielders willI
put the shot 44 feet 6 inches, 1IIois To Bid For Mile be used in the outfield if the other I
ormrianice which will net the Illinois is looked upon as the strong- candidates do not show well, accord-j
rmacewih ilne h? nte ie ~ v np ing to the Coach.I
ines several points, if dupli- est in the mile run, having Captain Png to thi Coch
Tr,,,,,.,. Behind the bat. Edg.ar' s absence

'Wolverines To 1\iect JE, JO L[AY[
Minnesota Team For
Honors In Hockey 4 CHA , I
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Michigan's hockey men will try 11.111WIll i Sivi-ad Of lFile
for Conference honors this w eek-einid T ,coiiipete For C oniereiice
when they encounter the. University Individual Titles
of Minnesota in a two game series
Friday and Saturday at Windsor, Onti AKER IS NOT ENTERED
By virtue of winning four games from-
the Wisconsin team, while losing two CU;(-ih Keen aind five neminr' of
gaecs to linnosotadurinlg the sea- the Vai sity vwrestlim, t om1Vit v
son, the Wolverines are now in a for 7 E hicago onight wx' here the men
position to tie for the chamxx i jip vdill (comlpete in the Conference i idoi-
if suteessful against the Gophers inii du alchampion S as urday.
the last set of games of theyear held teOrOW and Saturday.
lhe Minnesota team had a hard i
1time winning its two games from t he ctered three ujiembers of the ai'ii t
gtcfrm te t in tem e nvna n
Wolverines in their recent engage amiinthei Big Ten individlnla-
mnent at Mineapolis, boh aesb It1ionships which 1ee).,r~iedb
mn (t cin by ap hioth gaines be- Pui'due university at Laayet I. Of
ing decided by a one point margin. thds niersiti saf f
In the first tilt, which ended : t 2.th isgbe itle nhocsilo-
the Michigan players had 'out ceedd in winning te title in the I 8
tice before the Gophers were able { (dio
to sceore a single Gpit. All of the George, heavyweight, reached the
Minnesota scores weei made in the third round of competitioni befoire los-
third period. ing by a close decision to WhitOCrl
Minnesota has an experienced team of Ohio State, who gained first houi-
I most of the men having loye( last ts in the unlmited clas . Ric , the
1 ear whlen the team won the chaim- hr-ntn, was ,eliminated in the;
yearwhe thetea xxn th chin-initial round by Wiltson, Indiana star,
pionship. Practice at the \inneapolis whoti a n d ay he ' s t 75n puns -
rink started in October, and has beeni who rinked as the best 175 Iound-
held regularly since then. In this i in the Conerence.
time, Coach Iverson has welded his { This year thero are a number or
men into one of the strongest teams more expeiienced men on the Var-
S t e sti sity squad, and it seems highly prob-

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able that the Wolverine entries will
finish high in the individual stand-
ings.
Two Varsity stars, Baker and Solo-
mon, will not be entered in the com-
petition because of their dithieulty in
making weight. Both men would find
it impossible to do so n two siucces-
sive days as is required in the indi-
victual meet.
These men rank among the leaders
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Senator Iepper
Rumors persist that Sen. George Wharton Pepper, Republican of
Pennsylvania will be asked to succeed Ban B. Johnsov, who is now on
"leave of absence," as president of the .American League.
Senator Pepper has been closely associated with baseball before, the
most notable instance being when he acted as counsel for organized base-
ball in its bitter legal fight against the Federal league in 1914-15. He
has many strong supporters among the American League magnates.

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MALONEY, SHARKEY NOT TO FIGHT BEFORE MAY 19
(i~y Associated Press)Iter's edict is cancellation of Malo-
N'EW YO.I', March 9--Jim Maloney I ney's prospective bout in Cleveland
and Jack- - hiarkey, rival BostonJ
heavyweight title contenders, will doagainstJohnny isko, a match that
no more fighting until they crawl priomised to take on unusual interest
thorugh the ropes for their 15 round ! following upon Risko's knockout vie-
match at th Nnkee stadium on May tory over Eddie Huffman here last
19 night. Rickard, however, feels, that
Tex Rickard, who has both men un- j Maloney neds no further tests.
der a long term contract, hut up the l A contest in which Sharkey was to
barriers today against further prelim- 1 have fought Pat McCarthy, March 24.
iary competition for either Boston i in Chicago, also has been called of'
battler on the theory that he can not at Rickard's behest. Rickard had not!
afford to take any risks on injuries or figured on Risko as among the title
mishaps that might upset the out- I contenders, but the Clevelander's
door heavyweight program. heavyweight victory' over Huffman
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cated Saturday.
Michigan's track team will b much
stronger in the outdoor meet than it
will he in the indoor championship,
mainly because the Wolverines pos-
sess strength in manyrevents which
are not listed on the program of the!
meet at Evanston. Captain Northrop
of Michigan is almost a certain win-
ner in the broad jump and javelin,j
and with his pole vault work, he is
counted on for more than 10 points.
The indoor meet does not include the
low hurdles, broad jump, and javelin,!
and the distances in the dashes and
hurdle events are shorter than those
at the Illinoi lr.elays.1
Iichiga-n Strong In Spirit
In the 50 yard dash, Michigan has
all excellent opportunity to get a lead
on the other schools, having Hester
and Lasser entered. Hester is gen-
erally considered the favorite, because
of his ability to get off for a fast start.
He ran the 75 yard 'dash in the Illi-
nois relays in 7 4-5 seconds in a pre-
liminary heat, but got off to a bad
start in the semi-final heat, losing
two yards at the jump when he slip-_
ped. Lasser also made his way to the
semi-finals, but lost out in the samef
heat with Hester.
Kriss of Ohio State is Hester's fore-
most rival for first place in the dash.
O'Shield's of Minnesota, Pepper of
Indiana, Grim of Ohio State, and
Beatty of Iova all have shown well
this season, and complete the field in
this event. Cuhel, the all-round track
star of the Iowa teaz1, will be a
dangerous man in the dash, if he is
entered. However, it is hardly likely

Rue and McElwee entered. Kennedy,
Ohio State's great miler, will be a fit
opponent for the fleet Illini runners,
and, considering past performances,
he has an excellent chance to win the
event. Alexander of Indiana,Elliot
of Iowa, and Little of Purdue, are thme
other leading milers of the Confer-
ence. Monroe is Michigan's strong
hope in this event. He is inexperi-
enced, but will be an excellent man
for the future. If Wyckoff of Ohio,
State runs in this event, he is almost
certain to be up among the place
winners.
In the two mile run, Zola of Wis-
consin has turned in the best time,
having covered the distance in
9:38 1-5 this season. Hunn, Iowa's
sensational distance runner and cross
country star, has been entered, as has
Wyckoff of Ohio State who is also a
good two miler and likely to place.
lornberger of Michigan is expected
to figure in this race, having shown
well in the recent practices.
The Big Ten indoor record of six
feet four and one-eighth inches for
the high jump, made by Dewey Al-
berts of Illinois in 1921, is almost cer-
tain to be broken. Burg, captain of
the Chicago track team, is capable of
doing 6 feet 5 inches in indoor com-
petition.
McGinnis of Wisconsin is Burg's
strongest rival in this event. The
Badger track star is rather eratic
in his jumping, but has proven his
ability in this event by jumping 6 fet
5 3-8 inches.
Other entries who are capable of
(Continued on Page Seven)

will be felt keenly. Davis, a veteran,
has shown good form, and is the lead- I
ing candidate to fill this position. 1
Reichmian and Truskowski, both soph-S-
.mores, are dthers who still have
hopes for' the (atching position. tme
remaining incii being inexperienced.
Ten Pitchers Considered
Out of the 25 pitching candidates,
approximately 10 still have a chance
to make the regul'( team, Coach
Fisher said. Miler and Rietz, both
veterans, will form a nucleus for the
pitching staff. Gawne. another former
Varsity candidate, may gain a place
on the team. Gilmartin, Asbeck,
Lowe, and Stern are the right-hand-
ers who have shown promise. Moffett
and Neiblung are the best southpaws,
although neither 'has been outstamd-
ing. There is a possibility that Fisher,
a Varsity man two years ago will
be eligible for competition this year.
During the daily workouts between
now and the time when the team 'is
able to go outdoors the men will be I
drilled in the fundamentals of the
game, and Coach Fisher will try to
get a line on his men, so that the
final selections will be somewhat de-
termnined before the team works on
the outer diamond.
The Gophers have played a number
of non-Conference teams during the
winter. Notre Dame, 'after defeating
a number of eastern and mid-western
teams, had a difficult time in subdu-
ing the Minnesota puckmen.
Chances for Michigan to defeat the
Gophers have been enhanced by the
showing made in the last series of
games against Wisconsin.

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