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March 29, 1928 - Image 7

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Men To


(oaell h Us Selcn 0''d MeI rTo Choose
From tuicluding Three Varsity
Letter Winners
With hi's quartet of regular infield-
ers definittly a-scertained, Coach Ray
L. Fisher is now concentrating his ef-
forts on moulding a trio of outfielders
for the 1928 Michigan baseball nine,
which starts on its southern training
jaunt a week from tomorrow.
There is no dearth of fly chasers= on
the present squad, but unfavorable
weather which has prechided outdoor
workouts, has mad: it impossible for
Coach Fisher to arrive at any final
conclusions regarding the make-up of
the regular cutfield.
)1lany Caabl e Outfielders
To be sure, Corridn, Neblung, Hill,
Lange, eim, Slagle, and Myron con-
stituto a group of outfielders that
woulda nt. worry any coach, but the
prchlem faced by Fisher is to select
the regular trio to guard the outer
garden. Somethi.ng of the hitting
prowes. of these men is already
known to Coach Fisher. Concerning
their fielding ability, Coach Fisher
knows considerably less, having had
the opportunity to watch them in only
the two pract ic games staged last
C:ach, Fisher 'has been tutoring
Bonnie Oosterhaan in the art of pitch-
ing during thg last several days. The j
versatile Wolverine athlete possesses
s n accurat 1 nd speedy arm and
Coach Pisher believes that With a
little drilling Oosterhaan will develop
into a valuable relief a nd emegency
hurler.\ I
i Ernie McCoy, who was out with an
injured leg, returned to the squad
yesterday. He was receiving opposite
Asb,'ck, MVloffet, Hill, and Walker in
the batting practice yesterday after-
nzt on.
Every member of the freshman
track squad is urged to attend a
meeting at 3 o'clock Saturday in the
iield house for the purpose of elect-
ing a captain to lead the team during
the outdoor season. The winners ofr
freshman numerals for the indoor
season will also be announed at this
rwet ing.
While the number of numerals to
Ve awar ded has not been decided, it
is very likely that about 35 £resh-
men will be given the award.
ST. PETERSBURG.-Tony ' Lazzari
and Gene Robertson, Yank infielders,
were injured in an exhibition game
with the Reds recently.

Orders Middle Distance
Start Training For Olympics
Alldoubts regarding two of the GYM ASTIC TOURNEY
selections in the Iniddle distance
rns for the track team that will
represent the United States in the
Olympic games this summer at Am- al-terapus gy n astic mieet wa l1
sterdam were definitely cleared up gymnasium under the direction of
Wednesday with the announcement Ceach Kammermeyer. In addition to
that Lloyd Hahn and Ray Conger will the four individual events cin the pr(;-
compete in the 880 and 1500 meter gram, the men competed in an all
events. around event.
The men were notified to begin Tro n
The competition in the hiigh bar, C
training for both events by Lawson the first of the individual events, re-
" Robertson, who was recently named 1 sulted in a tie between C. Kelly, '29,
-head coach of the UniteA States and R. W. Webster, '28, with .51 out of
-Olympic team. a possible total of 60 points. First
Hahn, who has been training since honors in the parallel bars went to
-"w" last Friday in the field house for C. C. Bennett, '29, with 56.5 peints,
his final indoor meet of the season, while J. P. Gleason, '29, placed iceond
the Bankers meet which will be held with 47 points.
tomorrow night at the Chicago Rid- E. F. Carmen, '29, won the side
ing club, rounded off his short drill horse with 54.5 points out of =a pas-
on the cinder track yesterday morn- Isible 60, while H. B. Palmer, '31, was
Sing dy a short workout and started .'oendnd with 30.5. In the tumblmng,
br Chicago. Capt. William Palmer, '29, was first
These men are considered the best with 55.5 points, I. J. Auer, '31,
'Throf middle distance runners in the second with 50; and J. Goldsmith
pair md d n n s i third with 47.5.

Ray Conger
Lloyd Ialin
Entries are being received at Water-
man gymnasium for the second all-
campus wrestling tournament of the
year, which wil be held tomorrow anid
Saturday in Yost field house. Ail men
except the Varsity letter winners are
eligible to compete. Numerals and
A.1.A.'s will be awarded the winners.
There will be 'seven weight (divisionis,
the 115, 125, 135, 145, 158, 175 lund
and unlimited classes, and five pounds
overweight wil be allowed each en-
trant. All competitors must weigh in
at 3 ,o'clock Iriday in Yost li Ad house,
and the preliminary bouts will be bohl
Friday night.
All members of the freshman team
are eligible to compete in this tourna-
ment, bjt winners who receive num-
erals or A.M.A. sweaters, will be
barred from the freshman meet
which will be held two weeks later.
Since four of the victors in the first
all-campus tourney have won their
Varsity letters, and are therefore in-
eligible to compete, interest is ex-
pected to be added by the entrance
of several new men. All men inter-
ested should report to Docter May at
Waterman gymnasium.
In the absence of Coach Clifford
Keen, who is taking a team to the
National Intercollegiates at Ames, the
meet wil be under the supervision of
Assistant Coach Solomon and Pete
Botch'en, freshman coach. The match-
es, will be refereed by Wolverine let-
termen, including Capt. Watson,
George, and Prescott.


Senior Caps
and Gowns
For All Classes
Van Boven, Inc.
State Street
Ann Arbor, May 16, 17, 18, 19

Established 1883
Ph101,adelphda, aita.
March 1, 1928,
Mr. Charles A. Sink, President,
(3niversity School of Music,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Dear Mr. Sink:
So momentous is the presentation of a great musical
festival such as you will give in May in Ann Arbor,
University of Michigan, that I cannot conceive that any-
one who has not become thoroughly familiar with the
practical results arising from a powerful, inspiring, cul-
tural force, ever realizes what the real significance of
such an undertaking is.
We in America are accused of being ma-hine-minded.
No greater error was ever ma(,. 71 are the greatest
idealists of modern hiF+, -4 cv our American dollar
which is so roundly ridiculed in European countries, re-
ceives a greedy welcome over there that Americans them-
selves cannot understand.
Such May Festivals as you .at Ann Arbor lave been
giving for years, are really colossal spiritual and artistic
dynamos, developing and delivering a soul force which
cannot fail to energize and enrich all those who have
the good fortune to attend.
Very cordially,


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