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Football SquadContinues Passing And Kicking DriliC
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Former Varsity Star Drills Men
In Fundamentals In Effort
To Develop Form

In the absence of Coach Wieman
yesterday, Franklin Cappon took
over the tutelage of the small
squad of gridiron hopefuls which
is working out this week at South
Ferry Field in an effort to get in
some extra work on the fine points
of the game before the regular
spring practice squad reports.
Coach Wieman, together with the
other Wolverine Varsity mentors,
was called into Detroit yesterday
afternoon to attend an education
meeting, but the special group of
players who were called out early
took advantage of the clear weather
and were put through a long work-
out by Coach Cappor
Attempt To Break Habits
Working for form rather than
final results, the small squad con-
centrated on passing and punting
after being istructed by the for-
mer Varsity performer. Several of
the candidates are working under
the disadvantage of being used to
certain playing habits, which the
Wolverine coaches feel will hamper
their ability when opposed by Con-
ference competition, and Coach
Cappon worked with the various
men in an effort to correct these
habits. With the centers passing
to the passers and kickers, thel
squad was- run through a long drili
in both receiving and tossing.
Passers Get Workout,
At one end of the field Daniels
and Hudson were heaving the ovalp
to Heston and Hicks with Auer act-I
ing as center, while at the opposite,
end Wills and Holland were receiv-
ing the ball from Sorenson and
passing to Stoll and Draveling. This,
pass drill took up much of the aft-;
ernoon's work, and although the
heaves were not as accurate as
they will be later in the season,
Coach Cappon felt that the men
were improving their passing form
greatly, and that is the real pur-
pose of the early training.
Later in the afternoon the kick-
ers took up the attention of the
Coach, with the players receivir.g
instruction in both punting and

""""""""""""'""""""""""""""""""""""""""""'""""" AMBRIDGE WINSI HOWLAND ANDKOJAC MONOPOLIZE
____ John Howland of Yale and ond behind his teammate, Brooks.
#i1i11111111111111#'ii111###111#1i111111f~t1#t 1111111 #1111#11111F11##11111l E111 American A t i I e t e s Make Fine George Kojac of Rutgers were the The Tiger divers were aided by the
Indoor track competition for the easily with his m Showing in Competition For outstanding performers in the fact they were performing on their
rended with the unexpected t'r i Oxford eastern intercollegiate swimming own board. Bryant of Dartmouth
yary £ar irelseto dedchampionships held at Princeton came through to take second in the
vicory over Cornell inghe. ied P- two(yey- "ate last week, capturing five of the 50 and third in the century free
two - seven events between them. How- style, while Harms of ordham
track squad can now rest on their mor twins were among the out- STAMFORD BRIDGE, England, land scored three victories, winning picked up a second in the 220 and
laurels until May 4 when the Uni- tanding performers for Michigan4 March 25.-Cambridge won the an- thn5s, 10,rad 22 adhree icistylenin pitid in theecqa ie20a
laurelsckanuntildmeeMayomitswhenqarthe mUni-N
versity of Iowa will come here for in the track events. Potter who lnual track and field ie ro th 5teatit arer le
the only outdoor dual meet at Ann took first in the high hurdles and old rival, Oxford, Saturday. lojac emerged the victor in two individ ampions eing det
Arbor. I third in th lows was the high Despite a fine showing by Oxford other events, annexing the 150 mined.
- -inuat man of the meet with a total I in the later stages of the meet, yard back stroke and the 440 yard 0- ------------- -
Coach Steve Farrell, pleased o six poiint5 to his credit. Hle qualinI which the leading roles were free style. In the remaining twoI ONE TEAM REPEATS
with the win, has excused his fiet for the lows only after a deep played by former American college events Moles of Princeton won the j IN COURT TOURNEY
men from workouts this week conference of the numerous offi- athletes, Cambridge managed to 200 yard breast stroke while
and routine training work will cials who were clustered around the repeat on land the triumph its Brooks, also of the Tigers, took I Bridgman, from the south-
not be resumed until next week, Linish line. oarsmen had achieved on water a first in the fancy diving. I western corner of Michigan, was
since the squad will have lots of ---- few hours before. Three of last year's champions I the only 1928 titleholder to I
time to get ready for the out- I Monroe rasa a good race to Honors for Oxford and America were dethroned in the meet. Creem ( repeat in the State high school
door meetp even after the vaca- citci a first place in the mie were gained by Caleb Gates 01 of Rutgers dropped down to fourth 1 basket ball tournament. Bridg
tion, iunwI tle 5Ophomore Austin Princeton, former intercollegiate in the 220- yard swim, Schoot ofI man defeated Elk Rapids, 39-19,
_--- .tii g.ut the tiree points of hammer throwing champion in the Williamnis took second in the breast I in the Class D finals. St. Mich-
Cornell, rated the favorite before fe1ed ' or seeOnd place. (m-n United States, who won the shot stroke, while Glasscock of Yale was ael's of Flint, defending cha-- I
last Saturday, went down before an ,ig aS it did ealy in tie tet, put for his English university; and relegated to fourth in the fancy I pion in Class C was beaten by
inspired aggregation of thinclads the eidht iints garnered in by F. R. McGill of the University diving, A surprise occurred in the Harbor Springs, 25-20 in over
'epresenting the Maize and Blue of the eiglet lap lrtl offset the of Florida, who too; first plac e inf breast stroke when Millard of I time, - Iron Mountain, 1928 Class
\/Iichigan. Coach Farrell said yes- same nmmber of points thatI the pole vault. I3 M. Morton, for- .-Yale, who set a new intercollegiate B winner, lost to St. Joseph in
terday that his team always seems Cornet had aceimul, ted in the merly of Yale, was runneruy in record earlier in the season, fin the first round while North-
to perf'orm better against the Big sot, put at tietd te meet the 100-yard dash. ished back in fourth place. IIwestern, last year's Class A win--
Red team than when pitted against sc'ore, Cambridge clinched the meet Princeton monopolized the fancy ner, failed to qualify. I
other competition. when R. M. N. Tisdall won the 220- diving when Hedges finished see- -
e Scymours Dale and Da ton yard low hurdles from Harper of
The victory was entirely un- were responsible for the third itee -cOxford, tarking the sixthfirst ~-
expected by the Wolverine ord breaking performance botlhi place for the Cantabs. In this clas -
mentor who expected the breasting- tih tape together in the si meet only first nlgace.count in
weakness in field events to be 440 for a new time of :5AG. Dale _eam _s __rng._
more costly than developed. also gave the spectators I glimpse his usual large fund of jokes had
Corning as it did, the win was of somje Fast steppin a. achompse n leftl arhoe ince hoes fad
more than welcome and x- man in the mile la when h been f to cackquite has wie ashe didat
tended the winning streak over opened urp a wide gap to beat the Cornell meet of two yea ago.
the ithacans to seven, since the. Young oh Cornell The Corne ll
easterners have not won a meet anchor runner had are dy appear-
since 1922. ed in lm ore tvents than any other
m ail on the track. .'aw n DonutsT
Probably the most surprising aO tcDv
event of the evening came when Crodsky also showed so T
McLellan tied for first with Colyer Pluck in the sprints taking a ePartner for
:f Cornell in the pole vault. The second place after straining a yu C f
Michigan entrant has never vault- muscle in the trialheat Tar-
ed over the bar at the height he bill also was of aid lfy taking a
lmade Saturday night, but perform- the low hurdle event, his first Breafs I
ng the feat then, he cut down place cinching the meet for Our Bismareks and Raised
events rather heavily. Erickson de- Michigan. Al Lomnont ran hisB Donuts at all the Stores
nied the Big Red crew of the single usual good race to take the and Restaurants.
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as well. -
Ted Canty the announcer, was W n Ad'a
This upset coupled with Poor- back on the job again. Apparently
man's edging into the shot put --
seriously limited the easterners
in their efforts to close the gap -'--
created in the scoring totals pU
thar h x.-Pat~fe thic _d

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weakness of the invaders in
part accounted for the dis-
crepancy in the final totals.

Felker of course took the high
jump with two Cornell men
tied for the second honors. The
Wolverine set a new field house
~record by clearing the bar at
S . six feet and three-fourths
YOUNGSTER inches breaking the old mark
established by Chuck Waldo,
(Continued From Page G) Michigan jumper of two years
are capable hurlers, and with any
decent batting and fielding behind ! Thus the Wolverines were promi
them should win quite a few games. nent in all the field events save th
Ed Walsh, Jr., should prove to be {shot put where big John Andersc
a winning pitcher for the. Sox if he of Cornell was the dominatir
can learn to control the ball. An- figure. The Cornell captain tosse,
other bright prospect to win a the ball for a new field house ree
regular berth is Hal McKain, who ord of 46 feet five inches breakir
pitched last year for. Decatur of the his own mark set in the 1927 clad
Three-I League. McKain has had between the two tams. Poorma
some previous big league experi- made the best toss of his career I
ence with the Indians and has take third place and. thus avoid
shown considerable ability, slam.
The Chicago pitching should be
fairly good, but the rest of the Liitited to but one first place
team is doubtfuL Although it will and a tic for another in the
be faster than any other team in field events, the eastern thin-
the majors, many of its players are clads found themselves also
so inexperienced that they may not outdistanced in most of the
hold up under the strenuous grind track events on the evening's
of the regular season. It is doubt- program. Of the seven types
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