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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CHIGAN U5EAI SLAD TO

LEA VE

FOR

SOUTHI

V PRTIECONT EISTS CARDED WITH;
IOU S SOUTHERN TEAMS; FIFTEEN MENi
MED TB MAKE ANNUAL THAI NINC JAUNT °<

vilTI'VlRA 's INCLUD1ED)
'TER OF WOLVEIRINE
RASEIALL SQUJAD

ON

SLUMPSAT RBAT

EIS WITH CINCINNATI
Play111-T11o c iilet4 lach Wili
Georgia Outfits
Oin- thiis afternoon's practice f
hort drill for the members of
seball squad who are going on°
inual southern, training trip,
flay Fisher and 15 of 'the Wol-.
.ball players will entrain at 5f w
for Toledo from where they
o to Cincinnati for the first~
of the season tomorrow after
vithi Cincinnati university,
men makidng the trip include I "e o" 'tridii
a, Loos, Oosterbaan, Weintraub, Veteran ouitfielder on Coach Ray
Corriden, Neblung, -Lange, Fisher's Wolvei inc nne who has~
r, Re ihman, McAfee, Asbeck, been in the throes of a~ bad slump
an, McCoy, 'Gawne, and Mof- at the plate. Corrid en, ordinar ily a
ach Fisher and Manager Mc- good batsman, in his last eighylt trips
complete the Wolverine con- to the box has been sent back, fanned,
on six occasions. I le shoawed sigihs
Jgi~ht Velorajis On Squad jof shaking oft' the ",jinx" yesterday,
tof the 15 players were mem- however.
the squad which invaded the y U Ksao os oseba, 6-A N
aub, Morse, Corriden, Reich-( MA Y NOT PLA Y
eblung, and Asbeck being the: IN INAUGURAtL

PURLETENNIS
TEAM O 1OPE
Nith the schec nlin gofol ;,;a u i i
with Michigan St ate to be held on.
,~oil t ie I~1T'ely Id cour,i
~Miciga's 1;l et lprogram 'stands
f<>con;;, ete cc elt [or the two annulalj
mithi the PDetroit .Tennis
clubwhiuch will be arrange;;d later.
'[h~e Varsity will nmeet seven. Big
rfei teams , Northwestern, ljlana,
Illinois, Oio, Minsc'ola , Wisconsin,
and Chicago,(, Mand1iV311 also eomlpete'
Ill the Blig e nulet5for in-
dlividital and (louble, in;Iol'S at la _I
layette. It ik) nrobubie that sonic;
mn will be sent to fthenatjol n- l
toyidc(gi t 1e meiet aift (r the reglila rl
season closes.
*With four lettecrrn'en fromt last.
year's Conference championship tearn
lagain eligible for .competition, lpros-
pects for anotlier titleholding aggre-
gation are considIered good, and the
wea;,lh o, new material. that has
turred up diring early practice has
far exceeded exp~ectat ions.
Captain Barton, and Moore, co-
holders of the Big Ten doubles
championship, Schaefer, and Algyc r,
are the four veterans of the 19271
squad, all of whom have been prac-
ticing oin the concrete courts for over
a ,ortnight. lMarshall, who won his
A. M. A. last year, is; also considleredfl
a lielyprospect for a berth onl the
The ne men who have shownt
espcially, well so far are Felix, well l
known on FlorJida courts; B~rodie,
who had two years of comp)etit ion atc
GrinnellI college; Jlacon, winner of
the 1.927 all-campus tourznanent; 14l1-t
liott, of last year's freshman team;
and Heaney, till of whom have been
pressing the veteralns closely. As
yet Captain B~arton and Moore seem
to be the only players with a clear
superiority over the rest.e

YALING A R T"ICIPATE IN ANNUAL
ALURESMANiNDORCOMPETITION'
+ tre ll an.111iS [r(=11rlnci cmeteV edn'tsday ateirnooCn in thy ' annual rall-
fr:'hia a indo u i litla"',1[eld in W'aman gYnsium under Ci- he ;upervi.3ion
cf Dr. A. ".V ltysandi:, tafof Assistants. The meet ..fbegan iwith the all-
freshmaln wrl1eannd 2cigtcurnainens, n ;u'd wa.; mar lked iby heaited
(o~ltei it io2m.
Most of th mninii ' I we ~otournaments xv wi'eevenly matched, a tId pre-
Sei1ttd "OJ1"I .'clever, extii'>?1ion, while the nu.n in thle indoor Track 1meet las a
LLg4whale to ruled in btter hre!.f,'!rnnes
I~'AK S RID CA L(hanl in years; p:at.
II I tle xWrest 1 ni'g f1I22'iamet i iC-'
Neely, 1. ar sci, 1 acI1, lit : iu 122,1
' -TIurn ;t and Sieefoswoni(.heir
int ueand will reeiefrcshmanl
nuni era I awards.~5
- Schulz c.apt ured ir,,t place inthe
lencing toeurnamnent, with , Gordon
-, scriici, F iedman third and 11adero
" ' furthI. Of the terln n Tteredl in the
. t~our~n t,~ six will receive numerals.
" . " ° a : rthey at e Schutz, Cordon, Reid, Fried-
.: fin an, Madero andl Lazar.
x ; ! s First place winners in the indoor
v. track meet who will be awarded
medals by the intramural department,
- and( the events are : shot put, Kipp,
distance, 40 feat S inches; high jump,
I\atnheight 5 feet 3 inches; standl-
ing broad j ump, Holotmeister, (distancee
5 feet 10 inches; chinning event, Sim-
.. arall, times, 22; rope climb, H-artwig,
time, :07.1; 50 yard dash, Whittaker,
time, :06i.1. -

I

(Special to '~TIiail}')
th InONthepil 5.th--(Gjl)of iilSPIisEC
MDioNhprtil 5.- G;lnom is-
consins crew fcr the ice has goneI
andl the water s of Lake Mendota are tEQU JIENTWILL BE 0IV n LL
open. The B3adger oarsmen have do- ON MONDAt
serted their rowing machines in the _
unwieldy but mnuch better tools for ALUMNI 'TROPHY OEEDI
chilly lake breezes in. their daily ALM I A I IIh~L
Jaunts along the ice-lined shores.
1tough water and floating ice make t'oneI T 'ad i euman Seeks To 1)evelop
it imlpossible' to use the reguilation' Strong Runfling mAick i or
shells, which arc too frail to 5tand N\ext Farll's Gaures
'such punishmnt. The men ar~ Nwork- Cmltn orweso nesv
ing in the heavier barges whic'I are Cmltn orweso nesv
unwieldy but much better tools ;r r spring grid drill, during which the at-
practice than the rowing cinelies.{ tention of the coaches has been de-.
Coach Dad" Vail, Wisconsin's vet- voted to a select group or prospect:;
eran builder of crews, will drill his for the Varsity next fall, Coach Elton
eight throughout the spring recess, E. Wieman announced that the regu-
making use of every opportunity to lar spring practice will begin imame-.
work on the water after the unusual diately after, the Easter recess with
(elay in getting out of doors. the first workout scheduled for Mon-.
I Capt. Frank Orth has, been at day, April 16.
strcke on the first Varsity eight,,and While up until the present tine
seems to be the best candidate for this the squad has. been of picked men, the
all-important berh. He is a senior regular practice period is open to all
with three years experiene and car- University students, -who aspire for
ries an ideal stroke's physique, tip- berths on the 1928 eleven, and Coach
ping the beam at 185 pounds. Wieman is anxious that a large squad
Three recruits, all of whom were in of men report for the opening prac-
the freshman boat at Poughk'eepsie tice. Suits and lockers will be issued
last spring, are slated for the Varsity ( tp all candidates rteporting Monday
this season. Warren Drouet, John afternoon at the field house.,
Parks and Carl Goodman are the The opening ofl the regular practice.
thnree sophomores to catch the eye of..1 period will witness the beginning of
Vail. They are pulling numbers 5, 6, the competition for the trophy given
aind 7 oars, respectively._ __ (Continued on Page. Seven)

BADGER CREW '.ITNIEfQBL
NOW TURNS TO .ITNIE FOBL
LAKE MENDOTAPRACTICE WILL BEGINI

M+1 4 Y l

veterans, wile ange was a uG wcv
f the 1926 team. The others are iak-
lug the southern trip for' the first
time.
The "Wolverines' eight day training
;sojourn calls for a total, of seven
'practice games with Southern schools.
The university of Cincinnati will be
=weirfirst opponent tonorrow after-
g"noon. Next Coach Fisher's men meet
EVaderbilt in a pair of games on April
Sand 10. Proceeding futl~er South
tlhey meet Clemson college April 11
and 12 and conclude their jaunt with
two' games with Georgia April 13 and
i, fter returning home, the Michigan
nine will face its severest test during
the opening week of Conference play,
as no less than four Big Ten oppo-
' ents are scheduled to oppose the
Wolverines.
Next Wek Importat
fi';The status of the Maize and Blue
tam' in the 1921~ title race willprc
tiatcall'y be determined by the results
of these contests of the initial week.
I*Torthwestern opens the season April
16, and on the following day Purdue
F will invade Ferry field. Iowa is sched-
ualed to appeai' here April 20, while
the strong Ilinis aggregatiofi lfol-
lowsathe Hawks the next day.
The, personnel of the squad enables
.Coach Fisher to place a veteran team
Pithe field for the opening game,
providing he selects Asbeck for mound
duty and Reichman as his battery
mate. The infield will be composed of
osterbaan at first, Morse at sho;:,
Captai i boos at short, and Weintraub
at third. The veteran Nebung will
probably be seen in center field, Cor-!
riden in left, and Lange in right.
nKelliher will alternate~ with Reich-
'man behind the bt, while McCy will
serve in the capacity of ;utility Man,
as he is able to fill any outfield or
in fild or the catching berth. Coach
'Fisher also has a capable utility in-
fielder in Red Corriden in case he is
%needed.
NEW ORLEANS - Five recruits
Ihave been released by the Cleveland
Indians As the firit step in cuttig
the squad for' the opening of the
'season.
DTi"RolT-Te Swedish-American
A. C, won the Western amateur soc-
cer title by defeating the Cleveland4
Maygars, 4-2.
LAFAYTTE-Prdue scored a 6-
victory over De Pauw in the opening
'baiseball game of the .1928 season.
"AwaysMThe
Same says
pipe-Smoker
Charleston, S. C.
F+ebruary 10, 1927
Larus & Bro. Co.,
Richmond, Va.
gentlemen:
I've done a lot of pipe smoking.
There's hardly a brand or a blend that?
I haven't tried out at some time or
other.
But speakin~g of smoking tobacco
that brings real enjoyment, and never
changes, I want to saytht there is
just one tobacco that gives me real
enjoyment in my pipe-Edgeworth.
I have' used Edgeworth Ready
Rubbed and Plug Slice for over five
years, in all climates and under all
conditios, and I find it always the
same. It is always mellow and moist,
and its genuine flavor lasts. There is
no bite or parch in Edgeworth, and the
quality, whether you buy itin small
or large quantities, is always perfect.
Thanks to the manufacturers for
their wonderful product, and I hope

(By Asocatedl Pres~s)
GREENVILLI.E, S. C., April 5.-
It now looks as if the Washington
Senators will open the season next
Tuesday against the Boston Red Sox
without Buck harris, their youthful
pilot, in the lineup.
Harris admitted here yesterday
that his injured foot is bothering
him to such an extent that he is
not certain he will find it well
enough to start the regular grind
April .10 in Washington. The in-
jury, sustained several weeks ago
in Florida while sliding into a bag,
has healed enough to permit Bucky
to walk comfortably, but lie has
discovered he can neither' get on his
toes or run without sufxfering intense
pain.
Reeves and Mlayes hiave been triedi
out at secondl, but llam'ris is not yet
sure who will get the call if he is
unable to play. B~oth are rookies,
although Reeves played several
gamnes near time close o_ last seasonm.

BEERS WILL, MAKE BID
FOR OLYMPIC MIAT TEAM
IOWA CITY, April 5.-Membership
on the Am'ierican Olympic wrestling
Ifeam will b~e sough1t by Leslie B.
Beers, University of Iowa 158-pound
grappler who holds the Midl-Western
A. A. U., Westermn Conference, and
National Collegiate A. A. champion-
ships, 'he declared yesterday.
Beers, whose intercollegiate career
closedl when lihe tooks the N. C. A. A.
title 'at Ames Saturday, will enter
the final tmryouts for the Yankee team
at {rand Ranids, M~ich., July 8, 4 and

~ Elton E. Wientaan
Coach of thme Michigan football
squad which has just completed the
first part 'of the spring training.
Coach Wi en;an yesterday -requestedl
tat all candidates for thme team i'e-
port immediately after time Easter' re-
cess. More than 150 aspirants are
expected to answer the call.
TO RUN STEEPLEC ASE
AT PENN TRACK MET
(By Associated Preiss,)
PH ILADELPHJIA, April 5.-In anm
effort to aid time Olympic committee
in deoveloping athletes for the 3,000
meter steeplechase race, Lawson
Robertson, head coach of the Ameri-
can Olyirrpic team amid also of the
Pennsylvania track team, has had time
event placed on the program of time
University of Pennsylvania relay
carnival April 27 and 28,
The event will run on time inid~(4e
of the cindemr path on Franklin fieldl.
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DETROIT-Marr Phillips, a base-
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a member of the Detroit Tigers, (lied
recently in Pittsburgh.
MEXICO CITY-Big Big Tilden,
captain of time American Davis Cup
team, was constantly applauded in
his first workouts here.

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