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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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T Baseball Team May NEW PLAYERS ACQUIRED DURING WINTER INCREASE
f" Hold Practice TitATHILETICS1 P NNAN HOPE FOR 1927 FLAG RACE
1T0S,0VI n Outidoor Field ,y , kMS
WIU I~ H N~~arm weatherisi' all that is needed °
to enable Coach Ray Fisher to go
ahead with his nlans for holding the (
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Central Conference
Holds Meet TonightHOLD
SOUTH BEND, March 18-Teams ,L
of the Central intercollegiate confer-
ence will meet tonight, in the Notre
Dame armory to dlecide the 1927 in- F'si
door track title of the conference fercnce
Among the strongest entrants in the I in a tele
meet are Notre Dame, Michigan State, held und
Marquette, Butler, Grinnell, Iowa Ten We
State, Drake, Detroit City College,1 of the me
Western State Normal of Kalamazoo, nounce t
Oberlin, and Ohio Wesleyan. In the
The undefeated Michigan State schoolst
team is ncied to press Notre Dame spread o
for the conference honors in the meet iod. Aft
u hch wvill bring together mor'h than the resu
200 of the leading track stars in the WeeklyN
middle west. Numerous records are and the,
expected to be shattered when the gram hi
star performers of the 18 colleges ularly i
meet. pionship
Among the individual track stars
who will compete are Spence of De- WASH
troit City College, national low'hurdle won the
champion, Judge of Notre Dame, na- champio
tional mile champion, and Phillips of Schaefer
Butler, national quarter mile title
holder. State's world champion (lash PRINC
men, Grim and Alderman, will also to Princ
compete in the meet. cently.
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:RENCESCOL
nan track teams of he
schools-,will com~pete today
egraphic meet which will he
er the supervision of the Li;
ekly which will he in charge
eet as in the past and will an-
the results next Thursday.
majority of the Big Ten
the various events have been
over a two or three day per-
er the trials have been held
lts are sent to the Big Ten
where they will be compared
winners announced. The pro-
eludes all of the events reg-
ncluded in Conference cham-
meets.

INGTON.- Welker C
worlds 18.2 balklinet
nship by defeating
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Cochran
billiard
Jake

CETON, N. J.-lumbia lost
ceton in a wrestling meet re-

Colts Hold Two' Titles c
Northwestern high school of De- e
troit, winner of both of the previous
indoor interscholastic meets, will
again be represented by a strong team
and indications are that the Colts
will make a strong bid for their third
title, although strong competition is
expected from several schools includ-
ing one or two from out of state. h
Northwestern wyop the first title by
a wide margin, amassing a total oft
51 1-2 points, more than three times
that of its nearest rival, Cass Tech-n
nical high school. Last year, however,o
the Colts won only after a hard strug-
gle with Kalamazoo'Central and Cass
which finished in second and thirdo
places respectively. Northwestern1
scored 20 points with Kalamazoo andw
Cass having 17 1-2 and 15 1-2.
The Colts have 17 men entered andh
will be well represented, while Kala-
inazoo Central will be back to gain1
the title which slipped away fromh
them last season and have entered 20
athletes. Waite high of Toledo alsoh
seems bent on annexing first honorsh
with the largest entry list, 22. h
Oak Park Sends reami
Although the Colts have shown c
themselves potential winners, by their
recent showing in the Detroit city
championships, an interscholastic
title holder will be a participant int
tonight's competition. Oak Park high
school of Oak Park, Ill., stamped it-
self as a foremost contender by its
victory In the indoorinterscholastic
meet held under the auspices of the
University of Iowa recently. The Oak
Park school will have a good repre-
sentation in tonight's meet.
'Libby of Toledo is another school
which has named a large squad and
hias 17 men slated for competition in
the field house. Libby always has
good athletic teams and although fu-
ishing far down the list in last years
competition, should be potential con-
tenders today. Flint Central's entry of
20 men also indicates that Central
mnay be well up with the leaders in
the meet. Scott high is Toledb's third"
entry.
While Ann Arbor high school can
scarcely be expected to win tonight,
the purple and white trackmen have
an excellent team this spring and will
probably take suite a few points.
21 Michigan Sclrnds
The late entries from Arthur Bill
of Saginaw brought the total of Mich-
igan schools in the meet to 21. The
others are as follows: Northwestern,
Northern, Northeastern, Eastern,
Southeastern, Southwestern, and Cass
Technical of Detroit, Lincoln of Fern-
dale, Roosevelt of Ypsilanti, Constan-
tine, Highland Park, Kalamazoo Cen-
tral, Pontiac, Flint Central, Dearborn,
Wyandotte, Port Huron, River Rouge,
and Ann Arbor.
Ohio schools entered are Waite,
Scott and Libbey of Toledo; East and
Central of Columbus. New York's
single representative is North Tona-
wanda while Oak Park is the lone Illi-
nois entry. With the receipt of an entry
from Elkhart, Indiana will have two
schools in the meet, Froebel of Gary
having already named a team.
Admission will be 50 cents. Stephen
3. Farrell, Varsity track coach, will
.ct as referee of the meet.
CHICAGO.-Big Ten track stars
made better time in eight of the nine
events than the Missouri Valley ath-
letes in their respective indoor track
meets.
RICHMOND-Earl Combs, star out-
fielder of the New Yrk Yankees, has
final cnmA i tArm' and will renort

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CINCINNA'I ATLETICS x
George Babcock, former Michigan I
football star, will assume duties as i
head of the newly created department During the winter Connie Mack,
of athletics and physical training of veteran pilot of the Philadelphia
the University of Cincinnati next Sep- I Athletics has been doing a lot to
tember, according to an announce- strengthen his team for the 1927 cam-
men by Frederick C. Hicks, president paign. He has acquired a wealth of
of the university, new material out of which he hopes
After graduating from Michigan in to mold a championship machine.
1926, Babcock, who played left tackle Three of the athletes who will wear
on Michigan's great team that year, the Philadelphia uniform for the first
went to the University of Akron, tiie are veterans of many years ex-
where he held the title of assistant perience in the major leagues. Ty
professor of physical education, anw Cobb, former Detroit star and man-
head coach of the football team. ager, Eddie Collins, who played sec-
Babcock is a- graduate of Detroit ond base for the Chicago White Sox
Northern high school, where he began and Zack Wheat, stellar outfielder
his career as a football star. He was of the Brooklyn team in the National
forced to abandon school for a while, league are Mack's veteran acquisi-
however, and did not graduate from tions.
high school until 1922, after which I The Philadelphia manager has also'
he entered the University of Mich- jpurchased a number of promising
igan, taking a four year academic young players, including Pete Bran-
course in physical education. om, an outfielder.
HOLLYWOOD.-Six physicians have STATE COLLEGE, PENN.- Penn
advised Dempsey to undergo a spinal State boxers recently defeated New
operation. York University.

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