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OVERTIME BATTLE WON'
BY YANNIGAN, NINE, 5-41

Two Run Rally Brings Seciond Vic-
tory to Yannigans After Regulars
Tie Score In Eighth
FIELDING IS RAGGED
Scoring two runs in the tenth
inning, Coach Ray Fisher's Yanni-
gans eked out their second victory
of the season over the Regulars yes-
terday afternoon on the Ferry field
diamond. The Regulars' final drive
ended one run short, after they had
tied the score in the eighth.1
Fielding was ragged due to Ithe
strong wind, which served to stop
several long drives rather effectively,
and the condition of the field which,
although good for so early in thel
season, was far from its mid-season
form. Coach Fisher used seven
pitchers in all, most of whom showed
up well.

Myron, Yannigan
led the hitting, with

third baseman,
three blows.

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The bov score:
Yanwigas AB
Squire, 1b.........6
Straub-, 2b........ 5
Gecan, ss ........4
Myron, 3b.....5
McCoy, c.........1
Cornden, f'f 4
Hein, ff ......... 5
Slagle, rf..........4
Asbeck, p......... 2
Kelliher, c.........2
Gawne, p......... 2
Robbins, .........1

WINS SHOT PUT ichigan Gridmen COLLINS, SPEAKER AND COBB Olympic Aspilants
Complete Initial Fovr Thee Sprts
blWeek Of Practice Are:Traiing Here
Aided by weather that was almost ,nf By,nis starsUof in at
perfect, the men out for spring foot- letia tea-s, past and preent, as well
ball practice completed a successful as two men fron other colleges are
opening week, spent mostly in limber- 8 1 now in training here in preparation
ing up and 'getting the kinks out. for the trial for berths on the Olym-
The sessions are being held every fWpic tes that will, represent the
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- Unitedl States, Canada, and Scotland,
I "" .,:t' .w 'in the games this summer at Amster-
day and Friday from 4 to 5 o'clock on iast t
South Ferry field. Although altogeth- Swimming, includes four likely pros-
er there-are about 25 or 30 men out e s ' pects, thiee for the team that will
} for the practice, they do not all re- .represent the United States and one
port the same days, a fact which cuts wsCanadia,, Two of these men, Dar-
the number down to about ten men , al.and,~ A It are, meml prs of the1
and allows the coaches to accomplish prese 1 i hign ea , anotheram
}much more with each individual than - son, was the \Vlverinae captain last
would otherwise be possible. si anseason, while thetouth. is a former
Stress is being laid on passing and t l $ g iPrinceton star, Hawkins.
kicking and the coaches are also try- . Buck Samson, 1927 intercollegiate
ing to develop men for certain posi- cmpo ancJptin f t s Mi
tions where a gap has been left ..janBletmJhyl-wks fr
through the graduation of last year's mer Princeton star and intercolegi-
regulars. ate title holder, and Garnet Ault a
Canadian, who now holds the na-
IOWA CITY-Wrestlers from Cor- itional intercollegiate 440 yard record
A. I. Anderson nell college and Iowa State college For the first time in baseball history phia Athletics. The Athletics, with I are rated as three of the best distance
Weight star of the Cornell team shared six of the nine mat titles in the three most col rful veterans now these three stars as a nucleus for their men in college circles, while Capt.
which opposed Michigan yesterday. the midwestern A. A. U. champion- in the game will appear in the same 192S team, are again expected to finish Bob Darnall, sprint star, is the other
ships held recently. team uniforms, those of the Philadel- high in the standings. Wolverine who is slated to make a
strong bid for the team.
STATE DIAMOND SQUAD ROOKIES LEAD A PLEASANT LIFE; SET DATES OF SECOND In track three Michigan men intend
LEAVES FOR SOUTHI ON OLD HAZINGDABYS HAVE VANISHED MAT TOURNAMENT FORE. toenterthe Olympic trials. Ex-cap
tain Phil Northrup expects to utilize
SPRING TRAINING TRIP FRIDAY AND SATURDAY his all-around ability by entering the
decathlon. Northrop starred in the
(Associated PresN Sports Writer) they can acquire only in the majod
EAST LANSINGMarch 24-Coach thi-reparations' are now under way javelin, pole vault, broad jump, and
JEASTKob LANNG, ite Mha NEW ORLEANS-Baseball times leagues, and help them to get ahead for the second all-campus wrestling high jump during his three years as
John Kobs and fifteen Michigan (aImemberhofsecochaganctrack-wrteams,
have changed. The lot of the recruit generally..amember of Michigantrackteams,
State baseball players left Friday for or rookie today is nothing like the The last big hoax reported from tournament of the year, which will and is also a capable shot putter,
Cumberland, Tenn., to play against old days when newcomers " were a majOr league training camp had be held on Friday and Saturday in sprinter and hurdler.
Cumberland University the following hazed almost constantly and made . Yost field house. All students except Jack Lovette, weight star of the
day in 'the opening gane tf the good only after a survival of the fit- no fresh youth but a player wise in those who have earned Varsity let- 1927 team is consideredanother po-
test physically. the ways ofthemajorsasthevicter are eligible to coesibility. In the Conference meet last
spring training schedule. Now a youngster frequently iooms tim.spet. year the Michigan veteran was high
The Spartans will make a three with a veteran and the two, dwell Days are long and pleasant for the There will be seven weight divi- point man with a first in the javelin,
day stand, , Monday, Tuesday and together, during the training season, young ,fellows under hot Southern sions, the 115, 125, 135, 145, 158, 175 second in the discus, and third in
Wednesday o.f next week, at Fort in peace and harmony. suns these -days and the baseball pound and unlimited classes. Five (Continued on Page Nine)
Benning, Ga., against the local offi- "It was not so in the old days," freshmen enjoy every minute. Even pounds over weight will be allowed,
cers; they will play two games, said Manager Jack Hendricks of the if they go back to the minor league but all contestants will be required
Thursday and Friday, against Mary- Cincinnati -Reds. "Then the old fel- farm, or to the farm in fact, they to make weight at 3:00 o'clock both
ville college at Maryville, Tenn., and low would have taken the young 'el- have had a good time. They have cdays of the meet
the final contest of the trip will be low's tobacco, his shirt and his girl." associated for six weeks with base-
on Saturday against the Technical The "fresh brothers" have passed, ball's best players and no one can
Trade school at Pressman's Home, along with the hard boiled veterans. take that away from them. P+RTABLE
Tenn. At any training camp there may be The worst that they have suffered TYPOWRITERS
Players making the trip are Caruso seen a group of players in which is to have been forced to listen as
see a layrsin hic istohav ben frcd t litenas!l nd evi, atcers Catan TloronsaraftheCdrnr Uoorwo.
and Pevic, catchers; Captain Tolles, stars of the game and headliners of some coach-told stories of the won- Remington, Royal. ATTRACTIVE P
Lewis, Bullard and Baynes, pitchers; the minors or colleges are huddled derful performance of his dogs dur- We have all makes.
Hoisington, first base; Eggert, sec- together with the athletes defying ing thenwinter.Zel) Milan, coach of Some in colored dco finishes. NOVEL BRI
ond base; McCauley, shortstop; Crall, immediate identification.- the Senators, has taken the story Soeiclrddcofnhe.N V L B I
third base; Watkins, utility infielder; T-he old men now give the young telling championship back to Wash- O. D. M O R R I L L
Rinehart, Sachs, Davis and Weed, ones a hand teach themthe 1111 South
oo aaitcsh epolish igton where le was once manager. 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615

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TRAIN FOR TOURNEYS

lfembers Of Squad Expected
Enter Al. liipusi Meet O-
MIarch 30 And 31

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LONG WORKOUTS IELD I
With the end of the wrestling .sea-
son but a few weeks ahead, the fresh-
man matmen in both the squad at
the field house and the group training
at Waterman gymnasium are being
put through strenuous workouts.
Every niember of the freshman squad
is expected to enter the all-campus
tournament which will be held on
March 30 and 31.
In order to qualify, for numer~als, a
freshman must win a first in either
the all-campus meet or the all-fresh-
man tournament which will be held
the following week on April 3 and 4.
If a yearling entry in the all-campus
meet wins a first place, lie is auto-
matically barred from competition in
the all-freshman meet.
Little time is being wasted in pre-
paration for these tournameints by the
freshmen in the short time remain-
ing before Saturday.
The 40 meni out for freshman
wrestling are devoting most of their
time to polishing up on the basic
principles of the sport and occasion-
ally developing a few new holds.
CEDAR FALLS-Capt. Appleton of
Cornell college's wrestling team won
both the 174 and 191 pound titles in
the midwestern A. A. U. meet.
BUFFALOJ. N. Bozeman of Los An-
geles won the three cushion national
amateur billiard title from Lewis Vol-
ger of Indianapolis.
LAYING CARDS
AGE TALLIES
Unirevsity

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Totals

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Regulars
Oosterbaan, lb ..
Morse, 2b.......
Loos, ss........
Weintraub, 3b ...
Lange, If........
Neblung, cf......
Hill, rf..........
Dolinsky, c......
Moffet, p........
Reichman, c.....
Mosessohn,. p
Dahl, p........,..
Walker, p.......
Totals ..
Score by innings

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5 2 2 11 0
4 1 0 2 1
4 0 0 1 1
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5 0 1 4 0
4 1 1. 3 0
5 0 0 2 0
1 0 '0 1 1
1 0 0 0 1
3 0 0 1 0
1 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
38 4 6 30 7
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