THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WYEDNESDAY, AgIRI. L ,927
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SIX TRA'CN NAMECardinal OutfielderRDRI
Gets Circuit Clout,
TO COMPETE AT PENNON FORAR PASSIN
Northrop, Cooper, Hester, Hornberger, Players Shw Well As Practice IsI
Ketz, And Schravesand Are Held in Blo ng And 'Talkling
Michligan CVlices 7JWill Serimmage Soon
NO RELAY ThANS PICKED NEED RESERVE PUNTER
Coach Stephen J. Farrell, Varsity With good football weather aidingj
track coach, announced yesterday af- ;them, more than 90 members of the
ternoon that six members of the Wol-! spring grid squad went through a
verine track team will leave' Thurs- complete drill on ale forward pass-
day afternoon for Philadelphia, where ing game yesterday prior to the Mich-
they will compete in the annual Penn igan State baseball game when prac-
Relays which are scheduled for Fri- tice was cut short.
day and Saturday of this week. Tth a re second of the five week
Benjamin Franklin hotel will be the Wran, who isgin ch tated
headquarters of Coach Farrell andm!aw isn^rg stt
the Michigan squad during their three thatI4C<shits have been given out
day stay in the eastern city.n Enmer of men reporting
The Wolverine entries include the daily averages 90 to 100. The work
d ss h rthus far has been confined to work
Indlividual stars who performed so'.i h ~naetas anybokn
creditably Saturday at the Ohio Re- inthe fun
lays' by capturing five first places. interspersed with some tackling. No
Captain Phil Northrop, winner of the SC7WWO07 scrimmages will be held this week
In rCalthough it is probable that there
javelin and the broad jump attrCo will be one a week from Saturday.
himbus, is entered in three events in Hard hitting outfielder of the St. Coach Wieman plans to bring the
the Penn meet. The versatile Wo - Louis Cardinals who knocked out a spring training to a close a little af-
verine leader will compete in the jay- home run in the third inning of yes- ter the third week of May.
elm, his favorite event, the broad terday's game with the Pirates. South- Coach Harry Kipke is confining his
jump, and the pole vault., worth came to the Cards last year in efforts largely to the development of
Don Cooper, Michigan's other a trade with the New York Giants. a kicker who will be a capable sub-
double winner in the Ohio meet, will His hitting was a large factor in stitute for Gilbert in case he becomes
participate in the 120 yard hurdle bringing the world's championship to injured. Last .all, the squad was
event. In winning both the hurdle the Mound city. handicapped by the absence of a ca-
races last week Cooper stamped him- pable reserve punter. Rich, of last
self as one of the leading hurdlers =year's eleven and Fuller, a member
in the west this year. Buck Hester, THE WEEK'S oftheesquad two years ago, have been
steller dash man, will attempt to re- SPORTS CALENDAR I showing swell under Kipke, but two
peat his victory of last season -in the new nen also promise to bid for po-
100 yard dash when he defeated Frank 'aseball sitioif ai reserve men. Sthwartze and
Hussey, Bost star. Hussey is back ay West Virginia Taylor, versatile freshmen, have been
again this season as is Miller of here, doing very good work. Taylor, also
Harvard.r Friday-Syracuse at Syracuse a basketball numeral winner, plays
Ted Hornberger, star distance man Seither at tackle or end in addition to
of the Michigan squad, is entered in Suaturday-Syracuse at Syra- his punting and backfield work.
the two mile event against a strong cTrack Other backs who have done good
field of eastern runners. Ketz, promis Friday and Saturday-Penn 'work in the first week include Dra-
ing sophomore hammer thrower, who Relays at Philadelphia. bickie, Gembis, Geisert, McBride,
captured secon place in the Ohio TStroud, Kelly, Whittle, Avery, Kelly
meet with a toss of 150 feet eight Tennis and Johnson. Drabickie is a freshman
inches, will also participate in the at Fery field. who shows promise of developing
Penn meet. Michigan's other entry is ( Fr fed into a capable full back candidate
Schravesand in the discus. Although Gl next fall.
he failed to lace ii the meet at Co Friday-Detroit of club O yland and Boden are the only ends
lumbus with a throw of 136 feet, of last fall's squad who are out. Oth-
Schravesand is regarded as a strolg er ends includle Morrison Roderick,
possibility in the eastern meet. Kerr, and A. Bovard, T. Bovard,
No team will be sent to the Drake rounding into outdoor form more Schantz, Brown and Nolting are cen-
relays this year, as has° been the cus- slowly than was expected. ter aspirants.
Few Freshmen Report For Baseball;I
Mather Issues Second Call For Men
Freshman baseball candidates have squad of 45." This year's turnout isr
failed to materialize in the first few the smallest in years, the candidates
few days of practice, the present ordinarily numbering between 90 an41
squad only numbering 45 men and 120 men.
on this account, Coach Edwin . The work thus far, in addition to
Mather has made a second call, urg- the attention given to battery candi-
ing every freshman who has ever dates, has been very elemental. The
seen a baseball to come Ot to swell outfielders have been kept busy most
the numbers. of the time shagging flies under the
"Think of it," remarked Mat her af- eye of Coach Jack Blott, who is as-
ter yesterday's practice, "I have only sisting Mather. A little work at the
five catchers and six pitchers on the plate has also been mixed in. In-
squad this year. Last spring we had fielders have been tried out in vari-
more battery men than this entire ous combinations being given general
fielding practice interspersed with Dempse Gain
batting practice. y nA(Ln
Tesquad, however, has not ad-,ljtc a V~tL~
vanced so far in its conditioning as 'M atch W ith T 1 ui ey
to place a serious handicap oan can-
didates reporting late, the Skipper NEW YORK, April 26-Gus Wilson,
Stated. I rin ofJ ka D niIna isfl hi
DURHAM.-Roland Chandler, for-
ward on this year's undefeated sextet,
has been elected to captain the Uni-
versity of New Hampshire hockey
team next season.
trainer of aici imses .1 s
way east for a coumcil of war with
Tex Rickard Thursday concerning a
possible comeback attempt by the for-
mer champion, Rickard said today af-
ter receiving a wire sent by Wilson
from Salt Lake City.
/ WelL dressed genlemen,,
I' -a~nowleadge. the preeminence.
'/Iof Ste/son, sma-ness
and appreciate ./e
, Fory Dollarsr
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tom in the past, due to the fact that
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shown sufficient class to warrant their
entry in the western meet and that
Coach F'arrell deems it advisable not
to split% the rest of the squad.
While Coach Farrell and the six
men are at the Penn relays the re-
mainder Of the Varsity squad willE
stage a track meet to determine
which of the men will compose theI
team that will meet the Iowa aggre-
gation which invades Ferry field on
May 7 for the first outdoor dual meet
of the 1927 season. -
The work'of the Varsity squad has
been considerably hampered during
the past week due to the unusually
cold weather, according to Coach Far-1
rell. As a result the mefu have been
"do its stuff"
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