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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TESDAYAPRIL7,1931

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AILET T, PHILLY ROOKIE, HIT S HOMER | 01D [L DRTP
AS A'S DROP CITY SERIES OPENER) L IfUW
SERIES 0FU DAME lTALS

Coaches Concentrate on Linemen
as Hard Drill Shows Players
in Good Condition.
Spring football practice continu-
cd yesterday afternoon as the
weather man donated one of the
best days yet to be outs- A-d do-
ing things. The candic.ates for
next season's Varsity grid team
were kept hard at work throughout
the session under the watchful eye
of Coach Harry Kipke and his
corps of assistants.{
The practice period yesterday af-
ternoon was spent in the usual
manner as most of them are at this
time of the spring session, in a
prolonged drill on the fundamen-
tals of the game. The guards and
tackles . were at work the greater
part of the time, ironing out their
difficulties in both the defensive
and offensive fundamentals of their
sports.
Kipke and Cappon gave the line-
men plenty of hard going by put-
ting them through blocking and
breaking through drills in bunches
of three at a time. This method
of practice really calls out all the
punch and stability of the players
and is one of the best to show up
the men that are not in tne besta
of condition. Most of the players
looked fairly good and earned com-
mendations for their showing un-
der the strain, but some of them
are ragged. Of course the spring
session is hardly over yet and their
is plenty of time to toughen up all
the men.
The finale on the program yester-
day afternoon was a long workout
on the tackling dummy for the
gridmen. The men who are trying
to keep in topnotch condition nowI
as well as in the fall season tore
into the defenseless dummy and
gave him some hard socks in the
course of the drill.

1903 1axS!' ! l Sa chele.
Dec. 7-Western State Teach-
nrs', here.
Dec. -Mih ehere.
Dec.1-M.Uinhe.
Jan. 2-Mynue, there.
Jan. 28-.hionte,. there.,
Fan, 13-Minnhsoa, htaee e'
Jan. 1 6--Ior lhwtern, there.
Jan. 1-Illinois, here.
Jan. 23-Minnesota, there.
Jan. 23-Ohio State, there.
Feb. 1 3-Michigan State, there.
Feb. 15--Iowa, here.
Feb. 20-Illino s, there.
Feb. 22-Northwestern, here.
Feb. 27--Iowa, there.
Feb. 29-Wisconsin, here.
Mar. 7-Ohio State, here.

SVARSITY N~IN EFETS YAMltIGANiS
IN TEINNING !!"CA ME BY 5-4 SCORE

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Buzz Arlett, rookie outfielder of the Phillies, smashing out a homer
in the third inning of the opener of a five-game series between the
Athletics and Phillies to determine the city championship. The circuit
drive was made with one man on, and proved to be the deciding factor
in the 7-5 win of the Phillies. Cochrane is catching.
Fisher Looms as Outstanding Young Golfer
in Cincinnati District; Holds Many Titles
(Editor's note: This is the seventh ipast two years. He started the 1929

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THINCLAD MENTOR1
HOLDS MEN BACK
Sprint Stars Drill on Passing
Baton in Preparation for
Drake Relays.
After a week of outdoor practice,
Coach Hoyt did not let his runners1
extend themselves yesterday on1
Ferry field. In the one-half andl
one mile runs Hoyt made his
tracksters hold themselves in to;
2:12 and 5 minutes respectively.
Most of the practice session was
devoted to baton passing for the
sprint stars. In previous years
Michigan has sent a group of
speedy stars to the Drake relays
but they have not been able to come
up to form as their baton passingi
was faulty. However this season
Hoyt is going to eliminate this
wasting of precious time by start-
ing the baton passing practice
early.
Draveling has shown improved
form in the discuss getting lengthy
throws of 128 feet. Goldsmith is
getting a good deal of attention in
the shot put as his recent prac-
tices have shown decided improve-
ment.
The squad spent the afternoon in
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After the rather sorry showing of
last Saturday, Coach Ray Fisher's
diamond squad snapped up a bitI
yesterday afternoon to take a 10-
inning game from the B team, 5-4,
aftei the subs had staged a late
rally in the last of the 10th to bring
in three runs. Fisher got a real op-
portunity to see his moundsmen in
action, sending in 6 of the leading
hurlers for about three innings
each and with an exception or two
they showed a big improvement
over the sloppy exhibition of the
last workout.
Bob Presby looked like a whirl-
wind for the three innings that he
held the mound with the greater
majority of his offerings clicking in
fine shape. He relieved Hazen in
the 4th for the Varsity. Diffley, too.
was handling the receiving end of
the battery in an improved fashion.
and also slammed out a double in
the 3rd to bring in two runs. Thorn-
brow took the mound in the last
few innings and handed out some
pretty fair offerings until the lass
inning when Hoe, Kracht, Manuel,
and Compton all found him for
hits.
Hudson Gets Triple.
Kaplan was responsible for the
5-run lead which the Varsity piled
up in the 2nd and 3rd innings. Sal
Hudson took one of his offerings
for a three-base trip and incident-
ally, Sally put on a fine exhibition
of all-around playing yesterday,
getting three safe hits out of five
trips to the plate and also handling
the ball well on his first sack posi-
tion.
Bartholomew relieved Kaplan for
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the subs in the third and he walked
right in and fanned out Superko,
usually a safe hitter, on the first
try. Two abbreviated pop flies
which Hoe handled well from third
carried him through the inning.
Douglass worked behind the plate
for the subs.
Squad Looks Better.
The squad as a whole handled the
ball much better yesterday with
considerable lessening in the sloppy
fielding work which has been in
evidence at the past few workouts.
Superko was back on the third sack
again with Butler at short. Daniels
worked a couple of nice plays at
second, but his peg was far from
accurate.
NOTICE
There will be an eligibility
meeting for all members of the
tennis, golf, and baseball squads
tonight at 7:15 o'clock in the Ad-
ministration building. All men
out for these teams are request-
ed to attend.

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