THE. MICHIGAN DAILY
SELEUT SQUAD BBIK ALYS
SPRING GRID PRACTICE'
C everal F eatures
IAddied Tol Progm'
Of ,Ka isas I'Relays
TO BE NAMED AT TRIS
BANQUET APRIL 5 COLUMN L IS%
As the conc luding evecut of thec areaT- 3 P.M. I A.D 1rE
Each M31;u11To0 e t(ow.1lied In Certainj
'r'o. tion 1Until Celleral Call j
A Is Issed April 16l
ALUMNI AWARD OFFEREDI
Attcr a rather embryonic start on
Monday, spring football practice got
under way in earnest yesterday after-
nboon with the first sighs of spring.
Coach Tad WXieman has a squart of
about 25 or 30 selected men who will
be drilled either to develop some cer-
tini talent suich as kicking and pas's-I
iNg or will be trained -in the technics
of some certain po'ition. Later on
they will be inistructed in the funda- i
mnertals of some new 'plays which'
Coach N'fiemian is trying out.
Practice Siarts April46
These men will continue under;
spaecial instruction utntil April 16 or,
17 whe n they will be augemirnted..by
aill men whlo wish to try out for the'
Varsity next, fall in the regular spring
Franklin Cappon" will, return ;to
Michigan after anl absence of two years
in time to aid in the coaching. He
was recently appointed assistant
coach and will give up the position of
head coach of the University of Kan-
sas, which he htas lield for the last=
The Chicago Alumini trophy will be
awarded at the end of this .drill to
the man who has shown the most im-
provement and hqs reported regularly
for practice. The players who have
received this award in forfineir years
are Ray Baer in 1925, Captain-elect
George Rich in 1926, and "Kip" 'Pay-
!or, last year.,
FRESHMAN INDOOR SQUAD,
TO END SEASON MARCH 0
Freshman indcor track activities
will come to an end on Friday, Mtlarccr
30. when numerals will be awarded to
promising performvers on the sqtuad
and a captain elected. Though no
more meets are schediuledl for the in-
dlfor season, the mlen will continue
practicing this week as usual in the
feld house until warmer weather per-
i its them to begin work on the out-
With the advent of the outdoor, sea-
se"n, Cach Charles Hoyt's proteges
will be enabled to increase the list of,
their field actiyflie's by the addition of
the discus, hanmm _r, anti javelin
throws, heretofore denied them due to
limited amount of space in the field
Fifty-six athletes have entered the;
Mid-western A. A. U. wrestling
cliampion shiip5 aai sect ional trials'
for the Olymnpic teami to be held on
\Friday and( Saturday ait the Univer-
sity of, Iowa.
Veteran, National league: southpaw
and formner world series hero, who
is with the Chicago Cubs this season.
Recent ~praotices have indicated that
the, tormner Giant star has lost little
of heis forkner skill that earned the ad-
miration oft 41 fandom. .t
(Special to The Daily)
LAWRENCE, March 21 - Aside
from the hundreds of university, col-
le'ge. and high school athletes who
will compete in the Sixth Annual
Kansas Relays at the University of
Kansas Memr orial Stadium here on
April1 21, there will be several other
feature events, it has been announced
by Dr. F. C., Allen, Kansas director
One of the features attracting un-
usual, interest is the announced in-
ternational ,Indian marathon race in
which it' is planned that three long
distance Indian runners representing
Mexico, the United States and Cana-
-da -shall compete for each country.
The distance, in~ this race is to be
the regulation marathon distance of
26 miles 385 yards and will be run from
East Topeka to the University df
Kansas stadium track where the fin-
ish will be made before the great
crowd assembled for the relays pro-
Word comes from Burt Jamison,
old Haskell graduate, who is track
coach at Sherm'an Institute in Cali-
fornma, that a member of the Hopi
tribe will more than likely win the
Incz is reported to be far lbelowv Ohe
ivill assemble at a. banquet April 51
usual standard this year, with the
result that it cannot b)e hoped that ate \ici.,Uinw fth
Varsity letters will probably b
the new men will strengthien the,
awanrded. The banquet will be Meld
Varsty erymuchnex tal. in the day following the all-camlpus
('uliii Miller, l;rea<isiti4rderI tournament inr which freshmewn andI
others will compete.
[ land the otitsliiiing M5flful( 1t111 on It is probable that Captain Wig-
this year's Hoosier anid 114)13 irdi, gers, Stolpman, H-anyrmet will receive
free styler. will be lost by u'rim.; letters and Winer an A. M., A. butI
uation. this ,matter has not yet been defin-
itely decided. At that time a new
A total o 42 men hiave'e )cported captain wvill also be elected to ve-
to Coach Ingwersen for spling gritisplace the versatile Niggers.
practice. The Hlawkeye mentor has' This season, the first in which
already sent his men through several Michigan has engaged in Conference
rathe stif scimmaes i spie ofCO l1J7lL1U"-+d fhn LII n I1U ca' r_
MEN-Stop), look, listen. Kriss Kross'
representatOive now in city. Let me
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FRESIflIAN BASEB~ALL NOTICE
All battery candidates wishing
to g out for the freshiien base-
ball squad, report to mie as soon
as possible at the, field house.
Coach J~ck Blott
unfavorable weather conditions. 1 cessful one, the team winning only
two meets, one with Illinois and the
Aftr 'hinng 11$Big'.[ezr other with State. In the Confer~encej
Afte 'winin theBig cia finals Michigan took fifth .place, Cap-
wiati title, the Chicago tearer tamo Wiggers being the sole. Wolver-
will seek natioinal hioiiors at the m ie representative.f
11assachusetts Iisi tute of TFech-
nology. The MAaroons have won PORTABLE
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Coach Otto Vogel sent his Iowva WVe ave all makes.
baseball candidates through their Some in colored duco finishes.
first regular outdoor drill of the sea- O D io KRILL
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