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March 30, 1928 - Image 6

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FRIDAY. MARCH 30, 1928

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LNY TEAMS WIL SEEK NATION

AL TANK HONORS

(~oueb II oeikiie a ;a4Ca ptain 'Miller
Football has agai evidlenced itspopularity at 'Notre Dame since
candidates have answered the call for spring gridiron practice. Above a
shown Coach Knute Rockne and Capt. Fred Miller discussing plans f
the 1928 team.
Rockne has always been a believer in a "football for all" policy. He
accustomed to inject two or three full elevens in a game, using the idea.
Sshock troops. Miller, captain of the Irish, is a millionaire and his home is
Milwaukee.

S TRONGT?O JAN
SQUAD TO MEET
INVADING ILLINI
Leading a team which boasts the
indoor and outdoor championship of
the Big Ten, Coach Harry Gill, Illini
track mentor, will leave .tomoifow
for California, where his proteges are
to meet the Southern California
ttrackmen in an intersectional dual,
meet, Anril 7.
Although the Illinois squad is
strong, they will face a hard test in
the Trojans, who have one of the
best track teanm-s in the country. No'
less than 10 title holders are listed
on the California squad.'
Capt. Lee Barnes, with a ,1924
Olympic championship in the pole'
vault to his credit, will lead the Tro-
jans. Charley Borah, another of the "
first-class dashmen that have been
turned out on the coast, will compete
in the sprints, while Coggeshall, with
a leap of 6 feet 5 7-16 inches to hist
credit, is expected to score heavily in,
the high jump.-
Others on the California team who
hold titles of one sort or another arec
5 Graham and Payne, hurdlers; Hill,i
e broad jumper; Hubbard and Wil-i
Sliams, pole vaulters; Stewart, hight
3 jumper; and Unruh, miler.
s Coach Gill hopes to successfully
'fmatch this impressive list of oppo-
nents with his Ilsini stars, the most
promising of whom include Hal
White, Barnes, and Heinson, pole
vaulters; Lyon, shot putter; Hale
and Kaufman, dashmen; Nichol, Or-
lavitch, and Chambers, quarter mil-
ers; White and Hamlet, half milers;
Novak, Stein and McElwee, milers;
Captain Fairfield and Abbott, two
milers; anad ,Carr and Wachowski,
high jumpers.
WINNER DETERMINED IN
INTERCLASS SWIM MEET
Easily overcoming all opposition,1
the freshmen lits won the all-campus
swimming meet Wednesday night in
the Union pool. T e lit natators
gained a total of 38 points, capturing,
three first places to' win over their
nearest opponents, the junior physi-
cal eds, who were able to garner but
six points -in the six events. The
winners of the various events were
awarded sweaters and class numerals.
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WINTRY WEATHER FORCES DIA.MONDS'OUAD
TO CONTINUE WORKOUTS -IN FIELD HOUSE
Team Needs Outdoor Practice Due To 'c'lopportunity for practice, but this is
Hard Spring Training ahimes little as comparc'd to what could be
Wit Soutiemr Schools accomplished out of doors. The bat-
ters derive the most benefit of the
GOLD SPELL IRKS 'ISHER practice in the screened enciosuro
----~of thie ti,1?d lous, 'snc ssfutl fieldinig
Chafing under the necessity of 11e- fbe litg hofue, uesL P etion.
maining indoors because of wintry ing outte qustion
breezes and occasioual snow flurries Infield practice has been Uttcnpledl
outside, Coach Ray L. Fisher drilled by Ccach Fisher, but this at best has
the 40 candidates for the 1928 Michi- availed almost nothing. The im-
gan baseball team at top speed yester- provised irfield in the field house is
day in Yost fied house. of necessity considerably smaller
Coach Fisher is simply "griped"-- than an outdoor diamond, and does -
to resort to common jargon-with the not permit the ,dlayers much freedom.
unseasonable weather. If there was Then again, the uncertain condition
any year that the squad needed much- of the ground and poor light prohib-
pre-season outdoor practice, it is this its Ccach Fisher from batting the
one. Besides playing the strong, ball hard to the infielders in these
Vanderbilt, Clemson, Cincinnati, and worko.uts.
Georgia teams on the southern jaunt, It is likely that Coach Fisher will
the Wolverines must face four West- retain a large number of-tthe members
ern Conference opponents in the week on the present squad, which includes
immediately after the spring vaca- 22 pitchers, .five catchers, and 12 in-
tion. In that one week the Big Ten fielders ,nd outfielders, througihout
champion'ship miay be either won or the season. Of these, however, only
lost, and it is no wonder then that 15 will be selected for the southern
Coach Fisher should be fretful about trip which begins with a game with
the weather. the University of Cincinnati a week
The field house, to be sure, affords from tomorrow.
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