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SSIJNGeorgeojac, star Rutgers and
Olympic swimmer, hasbeen elected I I IN U IIIM
______ Jpresident of the sophomore class. ___
lHe is also honorary captain of next
Spring Football Aspirants Drilled In 1yas wi am j whoI Tompkins, Crouch, McNeil, Folger
Passing, Offensive And Defensive, has made a sensational reputation Likely To Pitch In Games
SgPurnt ig And Bl o c k i n g for himself in h field n , Monday Or Tuesdayj

Starting at 2 o'clock this after-
noon at Ferry Field, Coach Steve
Farrel of the Wolverine track squad Six Men, ineluding Relay Quartet
will run off a series of events, Will Represent Michigan hn
which will help give him some idea Annual Carnival
of his material for the Drake re-

_ _ yn WE N .A R A - hails from New York. lays. This meet will be something'
WiSePayohi otteI WII3MAN SHOWS APPROVAL (SQUAD) IS CUT 10OITHIRTY I of a dual event between the Var- 1ILU'NI
eon Cntstiris Speaker's Newark Bears sity and Coach Hoyt's freshmen,
,I. rAE URLDespite the most unfavorable lost their opening encounter to Coach Jack Blott's yearling base- as the yearlings are invited to take| Athlet
weather conditions of the spring t e Montreal ball club i the ball squad, recently cut to about part, and the rivalry between the! 40 colle
footballseason to date, Coach Wie- International league, 8 to 5. 30 men, is being pointed for a two two squads will force the contest-: today f
Several interesting ball games man pushed his 90-odd candidates Tris was the recipient i a gold game series with the Varsity Mon- ants to put forth their best efforts. sas rela
are in prospect for this afternoon, through a long and hard practice wrist watch from Commissioner day and Tuesday. This will be the With the exception of the 100 is listed
with eight Big Ten teams swinging session tyesterday afternoon. An al- .erome T. Cong leton of New:trk first time the freshmen will have yard dash, this trial meet will in- dition ti
into action. In addition to the bis pnr most imperceptible drizzle attained beSides a phOnOgralh a' : had an opportunity to display their elude all of the events listed in a athlon.
gae at Ann Arbor between Iowa the dimensions of an all afternoon floral wreath. wares under fire and the two regular dual match with men
and Michigan, the card shows ;ain and the gridders experienced Emblematic of the world's heavy- games should afford a reliable scheduled to appear in the high Michi
Ohio State playing at Purdue, In- xcregular Ann Arbor football weather. weight championship, the Tunney dium for judging the calibre of hurdles, 220 yard run, 440 yard run, share o
diana playing host to Chicago, and wegtcaponhp . une- hr'o
;;n With Coach Ray Fisher's diamond Muldoon Trophy was unveiled in the yearling nine. 880 yard run, mile run, 220 yard low letes e
Illinois attempting to keep its slate charges driven to cover, Coach Wie- Madison Square Garden the other From the performances of the! hurdles, and the two mile run of strongf
clean against Northwestern.efw man drilled his men in the art of n y Sfre Garden the othe freshman moundmen in the prac- the track events, while Coach Far- while B
Purdue, undefeated as yet, has a heF"a drild his end the defense day before a group of 500 notable tice sessions so far this season, it is rell plans to hold the pole vault, sity deb
good chance of making its place Syagnshewi sJimmy WgJack Dempsey, Mayoe likely that one of four men wil get high jump, broad jump, shot put, Wolveri
moe9eur heytzncutes .. against the aerial game which hasJim Walker, and three formerm 'the pIJp' pt'Wo~ei
more secure when it encounters played such a notable part in Mich- heavyweight champions. The brone call to start in the box against hammer throw, javelin, and discus Dalton
.igan's success in gridiron competi- marble st wI '11 td the Varsity. Folger, McNeil, Crouch for the men entered in the field and Mo
one of the best fielding combina- Waite Hoyt tion in the past few years. ability among the dozen candidates events.
oninteCneecbtteiin the Garden lobby as a symbol of strong f
tions in the Conference, but the Who limited the Athletics to four While the rain made the handling high ideals in boxing, will b or Tompkins have shown the most While this meet will give the vet- Eight
. batting is slightly below par. Ohio hits yesterday in pitching the Yan- of the pigskin difficult the passers awarde for pitcher, and will eran Michigan coach some idea of i
has been unsuccessful as yet; but kees to their second victory displayed ability while the defensivewde to the boxer that is deem service next week. what he ma expect from the men de
can be expected to put up a good of the year by a 2-1 score. The work was also well up to par. The worthy by the publi and the press Despite fears early in the season he will send to the Drake relays, Purdue
ight- game was featured by light hitting, punters also had their first oppor- of holding the, worlds heavyweight that the catcher's position would the final trials to decide the team Sixonly c
Crimson Nine Favored old Jack Quinn holding New York tunity to work with the slippery own. be unusually weak, Coach Blott I are scheduled for next Tuesday. while s
Chicago opens her conference to five hits, but losing the verdict ball and with no wind to handicap Max Schmeling will only be now has six backstops who should The men chosen will leave for the trian
season, meeting the apparently to Hoyt. them this phase of the drill went allowed to box here tinder con- fill this post quite adequately. traditional relays Thursday, and compt
strong Indiana outfit at Bloom-, -- --- through successfully. tracts signed by Arthur Bulow, Goldstien and Libkin, both of Chi- Coach Farrel is anxious to send
;et*on. Thus far the Hoosiers have SPONSORS 15 ROUND Culminating the rill the grid his manager of record, is the cago, and Morrison of Royal Oak his strongest representatives. Ind
met only Ohio State, so little canIDaspirantswere sent through a long judgment handed down by have a slight edge over the rest The javelin throwers on the With
be judged as to their ability against MATCHES iN ILLINOIS and varied blocking practice. The James A. Farley of the New of the candidates at present. track team received some expert vial, Ill
some other team which may be Aends and tackles saw the brunt of; York state boxing board. The The competition for a berth at coaching yesterday afternoon when i the two
stronger than the Buckeyes. TheyI the defensive burden and perform- ruling holds as long as he is first base is quite keen with Pick- Phil Northrop instructed them in souri, D
should beat Chicago, however. An (By Assoc ted Press) ed creditab~ly. At the close of the affiliated with the New York 1 arski, Hazen, and Miller most like- their efforts at the field house.|are exj
interesting sidelight on the contest SPRINGFIELD, Ill., April 19.- session Coach Wieman was ready State Athletic commission. ly to hold down the initial bag at Northrop was one of the greatest I The m
is the fact that George Lott, world Championship professional boxing to voice his approval of the notice- 1 the beginning of the game Monday men Michigan ever had in this I event
famous tennis star, will be ready matches in Illinois would be ex- able improvement in the condition- Frankie Genaro of New York won afternoon. Either Chatterton or event, as well as starring in other I Missour
to step into the breach in the event tended from 10 to 15 ing of his charges. over Spider Pladner of France in Sutton will be at second with branches of track, including the . In t
that Captain Bob Kaplan, of Chi- . rounds under The Varsity grid mentor is not the seventh round of their bout in Reeves or Superko at short stop. high jump, pole vault and broad Kansas
cago, is knocked off the mound. a bill being considered by the leg- decided as yet whether or not the Paris when the Frenchman punch- Rosbeck and Eagan look like the jump. dian s
Either Bell or Veller will start for islature. . customary system of round robin ed the New Yorker below the belt best freshmen for the hot corner. Contestants in the meet , this I ors at
Indiana, with Lefty Bell having the The bill was introduced by Rep. spring football scrimmages will be a couple of times and was disquali- ((Fejes, Parer, McCormick, and Lan- afternoon are asked to report early and Te:
best chance of the two. Albert J. Macin, Chicago, who con- held between selected teams. How- fied. Pladner had the battle cinch- gen will probable see service in the so that the events can be run off on Timm
Illinois, slightly the worse for tends fans do not get their money's ever, the first scirmmages will prob- ed up to that point as Genaro had outfield with Crouch, Tompkins and schedule. All managers and try- men, w.
wear as a result of injuries which worth in a 10-round championship ably be slated for the end of next only managed to eke out a margin iFolger as possibilities. jout managers should report, Ifa good
Aave crippled some of its most ca- bout. Passage of the bill has been week, determined by the rapidity in the first round.A-
pable players, will meet North- recommended by the committee. of the men to round into condition.-- -
western. Paul Stewart, Purple
coach, is a former Illinois baseball
captain and assistant coach, and 1.:P~/%l.d" ~~...!! / ~.. C"....:I ..f" ;I ~
will, for the first time, return toTEs
the scene of his former triumphs1 U UeSaetYoua
With some team other than the I- For SaturdayI
lini. His knowledge of the weak-
nesses of the Illinois batters should $2 9.50
prove invaluable to Northwestern.f
Andrews Has Sore Arm Custom Tailored-48 inches long
To add to. the troubles of the Il-
lini, Captain Andrews will not be GROSS CLOTHING STORE
available for mound duty because
of a sore..arm. Mueller, Meyer, or 309 South Maino
Bower will pitch in his stead. Ernie
Dorn, veteran outfielder, is nursing--- -- -
a sprained ankle, while Yule, one
of the leading candidates for the
shortstop position las a bandaged t
Northwestern is still striving for
its first Conference win, having -
dropped games to both Purdue and
Michigan in previous tilts. The
chief fault of the 'Purple squad
seems to lie in its fielding, although
the hitting is not as. strong as de- (I - _____
sired. They also will present a
patched-up lineup, as several of
their regulars are incapacitated. -..W.R E A D Y

es from 24 universities and
ges will gather at Lawrence
or the seventh annual Kan-
ys. A program of 27 events
for this afternoon, in ad-
o the completion of the dec-
Tolan Faces Test
gan will make a bid for a
f the honors with six ath-
ntered. Tolan will face a
field in the 100 yard dash,
3rooks will ,make his Var-
ut in the discus throw. The
ne medley relay quartet of
Seymour, Lomont, Benson,
nroe will attempt to best a
field in this event.
Western Conference schools
iled entries for the meet,
and Wisconsin being. the
ceptions. Most of the Big
hools will vie for honors,
otre Dame, Texas, and De-
e among the teams that will
ians Have Strong Tem
a wealth of distance mate-
inois is favored to capture
mile relay. Towever, Mis-
)rake, Nebraska, and Detroit
pected to extend the ,Mini,
eet record of 7:53.9 in this
was established in 192' by
he dash relays Illinois and
loom as favorites. The In-
printers annexed first hon-
the Southern Methodist
xas relays several weeks ago.
will lead the Illinois dash-
hile Chicago is likely to have
quartet anchored by Root.
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