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THE MICI TIGAN DAILY

SUN)AY, MARCII 20, 1927

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DI~fTHIS IS STEVE'S PLEA-
DETROIT HIGH V'RNMEREREA
FORFINLS F MEVTHE SHOT PUTTERS BE ?"1
Coach Stevo Farrell, in looking over
hi aterial for the Michigan-Cornell
Onk Park, Scott Of Toledo, Froel)0 f trak meet, bemoans the lack of
("ary, Eat tiAed -entral Of Colunt- weig~ht men in sonorous tones which
bus Also Onalify Meni echo loudly through the Yost field
"Yes, this is my song, this is my!
NORTEASTRN LADS plea, -where, oh where canl the shot
.1 utters be?' sighed Steve yesterday.
Preliminaries in seven events of thei "I have never had an abundance of I
third annual Michigan indoor inter-I material in this event, but never have
scholastic track meet were held yes-1I been con frontedl with such a per-
terday afternoon in the field house p ilexing problem as this."
with major honors going to Detroit i iOt of the 7500 hale students on
high schools although Oak- ParkeI the campus, only two have reported as
Illinois, placedd men in the shot put aspirants for places on the track tcjam
and 440 yard dash and high jump; in the shot. put. Of the two Lovette,1
finals, while Scott and Libbe)y of To-' is the only one capable of making al
ledo, East and Central of Columbus,j fair showing against, good competition.
and Froebel of Gary were among the! Michigan has big football player's, but
out of state schools to qualify men,! where to they hibernate in the win-
Froebel placed men in the shot putt e
and both low and- high' hurdles and( Stev scored the popular impression
the high jump. Borsattino and Waite ta shot puttees must tower above
six feed and weigh more than 200
both won places in the shot put while
Gordon captured a place in the highs pound~s."anexonenthoeigsf o
jump and took one of the high hurdlei oldhaaneclnthnefo
races and Odell plae'd third in the (iVl!C t.oiddh omsott
semni-final heat of the lows. Scott high have sonic fuzz. Of all the events in
of Toledo Dlacned- men in the quarter ! track, the shot p~ut is the easiest and

'FIVE PLAYERS WHOWERE _WITH HOLEY AT TORONTO 1 NOTRE DAME TANKMEN
ARE AT TH~ RO'7 WSo' CAMP UNDER OLDN MANAGER DEFEATED BY HOOSIERS'
____ ___ ____ ___ ___FOR STATE SWIM TITLE

University of Indiana's swimming
team gained the intercollegiate swim-
miing title of Indiana by defeating the
Notre Dame tankmen recently in a
closely contested meet which was de-
cided by the last event on the pro-
gram, the medley relay.
The Hoosier swimmers have com-
pleted one of their most successful
seasons, having won victories over
I IePauw, 'Wabash, Purdue, and Notre
Dame to win the state tank title. Thel
contest with Notre Dame was the
most closely contested of the five, as
the Indiana team held only a two
point lead before the final event.
Captain Zaiser, Miller and Royer'
took first places for the Hoosiers in
I the :it)-v ad free #stlJ A. theUAA bra st.E4. I

BATTING IS WEAK IN
IRST PRACTICE TILT
Although the players as a whole did
not show goodl batting ability, Coach
Ray Fisher's baseball squad tur~ned
in a good performance in the open-
ing practice game of the season yes-
terday on the regular diamond at Fer-
ry field. Only seven innings were
played.
The Coach divided his squad, into
two teams for time workout, with the
first team composed of Moffet, pitcher,
Davis, catcher, Neiblung, first base,
Kubicek, second base, Loos, short.
stop, Weintraub, third base, Capt.
Puckelwartz, center field, Miller,
aright field, and McCoy, left field. The
opposing team also had Davis behiind

maile, and both hurdles. Baxter woni gives one an' opportunity for real en-1
a place for the finals of the lows while joymnlt. Again, I say, you don't have
Bryce did likewise in the highs. Moor to be a giant. The best shot putter I
Northf e asen: e the m'ar ace. os have had at Michigan in recent years
NorteasernledtheDetroit schools weighied only 170 pounds."
In qualifying mebn by' placing six in The Michigan-Cornell track meet
the finals. Northwestern, onei of the wihi ob edhr etStr
strngfaories, laced four men in day, is decided by a close score in
the erfinals to tie for ,qulfgthirdt with Detroit. ihssrn aorts. aol oof the e hn Easterneris , the eo Wol-.
number of trackmaen, Froebel of Garyl Cornell has three men who can heave1
being second highest. the shot more than 42 feet 6 inches,1
Beauvais of Western was one of thme fWhile Michigan has only one good
outstanding men of the afternoon, promr
Winning heats in :both high and low St; esutrdoft h te n
hurdles in addition to winning his way Sev anee f oteohret
to the 50 yard dlash finals. North- of the field house, humming "Yes,I
eastern's qualifier's included two this msqnmy song, this is my plea, where
stars in Snowden and Beatty who in oh where can the shot putters be."
~Addition to winning places for the-
broad' jump1 finals, took honmors in 50 yard, dash: (semi-finals) First
the 50 yard (dash and low hurdles re-?heat won by Tolan, Cass Tech; Dobry-
spcctively. danz, Western, second. Seconmd heat,
Northwestern placed heavily in lihe# won by Bennet~ Libbey; Beauvlais,
440 yard dash with Dant breaking the Western, second. Third heat, won by
meet record of 54.9 secoinds witA aa} Snowden, Northeastern; Falon,' Co-
time six-tenths. of a second better . lum bus least, second.
Langs, another Colt, also, qualified. 60 yard low hurdles: (semi-finals)
Erskine, of thme Colt team, placed in 'First heat, won by Beauvais, Western;
by B~eauvais, Western, Swan, North- E r' s k i n e, Northwestern, second;
Dennis qualified in the high junip. Brown, Columbus Central, third. See-
60 yard high hurdles: First heat, ond heat, won by Beatty, Nrtheas-1
won by Beauvais; , Western; Bryce, tern; Baxter, Scott, second; Odell,
Scott, second. Second heat, won by Froebel, third. Times of both heats,
Gordon, Froebel; Beatty, Northeas- 7.2 seconds.
tern, second. Third heat, won by Rob- 12 pound shot put: Rolfe, Flint
bins, Ann Arbor; Erskine, Northwes- Central; Kuehn, Oak Park; Borsat-
tern, second. Best time, 8.3 seconds b; tino and Waite, Froebel; Turashoff,
~Beauvais and Robbins. Cass Tech qualified for the finals.
440 yard dash:, First heat, won by Best distance, 45 feet 10 3-4 inches, by
bangs, Northwestern; Brinn, Kalama- 1_1 olfe.
Zoo Central, second. Secoiid heat, wont Runninig broad jump: Beatty and
by Toutsey, Oak Park; Moor, Scott, Snowden, Northeastern; Tiltel, Co-
second. Third heat, won by Dant, humnbus Central; Olds, and Russell,
Northwestern; .Lewis, Northeastern , Noi~hern qualified for finals. Best
second. Best time 54.3 seconds by! distance, 20 feet 61-2 inches, by Bdat-
paat (new record). ( ty.
60; yard low hurdles: First heat, won! Running high jump: Lewis, Eastern,
by Erskine, Western, Swan, North-i Kuehn, Oak Park, Dennis, Northwes-
western, second;-Graves,, Waite, third, tern, Gordon, Froebel, and Relkin,
Second heat; won by Erskine, North- Port Huron, qualified for finals.
western; Keller, Columbus East, see- Hfeight, 54edt, 6 5-8 inches.
En~d, Baxter, Scott, third. Third heat,
won by Beatty, Northeastern; Rob-1 PH'ILADELPHIA.-The annual In-
bins, Ann Arbor, second; Gordon, tercolleglate Athletic association out-
Frroebel, thiirdl. Fourth heat, won by door track and field championships are
Odell, Froebel; Brown, Columbus, to be held at Franklin field on May
Central, second; Lamb, Northmern,.27 and 28.
third. Best time, 7.3 seconds, by┬░ Er--
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'strke mid ackthc~ late, with Asbeck pitching, Heil-
tim stokerepecive Istedt, first base, Corriden, second
r~ .. ly, while McCafferty starred for
Nor Dnewihtre irt n h ase, Mose, short stop, Doran, third
,. ibase, Frocike, center field, Hro-
v 100 amd 220 yard events and the fancy witz, right field, and Rleichuan, left
divin. field. The first team won, 4-2.
{ (Several of tie min who are likely
h Xz N t 'T j . Varsity candidates did not work with
Q 1theu teams, according to Coach Fisher,
amn he eng e un Tiis Year i wo is expected to play firtbase, and
r.Tuskowski, sophomore catcher amd
,. ~~Lloyd( Hahn, Americas foreiost atillr
; mile , will not runn the mile agan Don Miller, mainstay of the pitching
thIdis year, le stated yesterday.i staff, was the only one able to hit
The fleet Bostoin A. A. U. runner, with consistency yesterday. Miller
Ifresh from his victory ii the Banker's made two long hits, both of them for
Imile, feature of the American Insti- three bases. Morse and Loos also
tte of Banking gaies, said that hie showed bettr than the others at the
did not care to train again for sixI bat oth teaus were above tie ae-
weeks, the time ho needs to preparei rage in fielding for so early in the
I'lpioto siiovi s, left to right, 0O'Neill,,0' Ihium'e, Stenart, Ni idem, iAiller aid I4u'sle toigethe. isis How- I ( foran i'uantre.le risyasognt.i
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Last year thie Trono .)basball club (unity to manage the Toronto club. tainly is a Toronto air about the
won the International League pen- Mullen was given a chance with the Browns' camp.
nant and ended Jack )umi's long, Tigers last spring hut Jiack Warner Thne 1rownus blo good this year.l
reign at Baltimore. ])anllHowley was heat him out for lthe thtird base :lob The acquisition of Fred Shulte, theI SPIING TIS HERE
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club and this year when hie was pic'k- Mullen. Bill was sent; to Torommi 0 and gives Hlowley tie makings of a great
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