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Time Trials for Al Memiber
Schected for Toeiay s
Practice Sesion.
Ml iigen's old g ,ichon on Ferry
fild is i' scene of much bustling
activity duri; these ideal sping
days. Coach Ch rlie Hoyt and the
Wolverine thinclads hold sway on
the domain once occupied by the
pigskin warriors of former years.
Athletes are at work on the cin-
der track circling the edge of the
gridiron, on the piaying field itself,
and down at the far end of the
field. Michigan's grand old mentor
of the cinderpath, Steve Farrell., has
been lending color to the scene
by putting in an appearance n .irly
every day.
Yearlings Drill, Too.
Working right alongside of the
Varsity runners are the Freshmen
thinclads under the tutelage of
Coach Ken Doherty. The first year
mcrntor has several promising young
athletes under his direction, who
should become stellar performers
on future Wolverine teams.
In spite of the tendency for prac-
tically everyone to let things slide
at this time of year, the Varsity
trackmen are keeping right on with
f their daily practices in order to be
ready when the first cmpilan ion
rolls around. The runners are going
th ough their regular paces on the
trac, the javelin and discus throv-
r- pole vaulters, and jumpers are
working on the field, and the
1 we*ghtnaen are tossing the hammer
and shot on the far end of th
7 ToRunr
This ,fterneeun Coach hoyt w1,
send his charges through
paces in time trials in orde t et
a more definite idea of ju"t what
his mena arc able to do, anti posc i-
bly gar more inormin a to
thee outcome of the season. At
present his chief cause for worry
in the field events, where the Wol-
verines are seriou1ly lacking in out-
standing material.
In order th hs men will be in
as geod condition as possible, the
WolCer e mentor pans to hold
spring vacatlin ps.d.
AdONTRAL, (/-)--Upon arriving
a night, members of Les
Canadiens, contestanms f o r t h e
Stanl( vtrophy, expresse;,doubt
'that 4tree of their regular in m-
bers would be able to resume their
places in the lineup for the decid-
ing games of the series due to in-
j uries.
f FRESHMAN BA,-EBALL
All Freshmen basebal candi-
dates report for practice on the
Tuesday following spring vaca-
tion. Bring your own equipment.
Bennie Oosterbaan, coach.

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y anager Connie Mack (lower righ) will lead his world champion
Philadelpihia Athletics into the stronghold of the Washington Senators,l
guided by Walter Johnson (lower left) to start the American Leaguel
season April 14. President Hoover (above) will throw out the first ball.
Johnny Reindel Hopes to Keep up Tradition
of Brothers on Maize and Blue Tennis Team
By Bud Jones. Tilden's Kansas City protege, Sandy
Following in the footsteps of his Weiner, the Philadelphia flash, and
two illustrious brothers, Johnny Walter Thomas, of New York,
Reindel, of Detroit. is making a seemed always to be at odds with
determined bid for a regular berth his aspirations. However, for sev-
on Coach Ray Courtright's Varsity eral years he held a national rank-
tennis team. Old timers will no ing in these classes.
doubt remember George and Ira, Last sumerm was the highlight of
both former captains of the Maize Johnny's career, and although he
and Blue clay court men, who have didn't manage to walk home with
attempted to impart their knowl- any hardware symbolic of a chain-
edge of the game to the junior pionship he turned in some consist-
member of the family in the hope ently good performances. In the
that he can carry on what bids fair Michigan State tournament he ad-
to devel6p into a family tradition. vanced to the quarter final round,
Wis Few Meets. before he bowed to his brother,
Johnny has already established George, Jr., 6--3, 6-3.
himself 'as a promising young star Lost at Detroit.
in numerous meets in the Detroit In the Detroit City champion-
district. That he has seldom been ships he was able to advance a
able to win any may perhaps be step farther than he had in the
attributed to the fact that he State meet, but was forced to
usually has the misfortune to en- admit defeat at the hands of Biel-
counter one of his brothers in the field, in two hard fought sets, 6-3,
preliminary rounds. 8-6.
Reindel, while a Junior, competed It is just entirely possible that if
in the National Junior champion- Johnny had played in one more
ships several years, but the luck of tournament after the Detroit Ten-
the draw which placed him against nis Club meet, he would have been
such stars as Junior Cohen, Big Bill able to- carry off the top honors,

}A v Ig, Disappears
Sm3ith1, 111naer o"' Lhe Om"aha
club'of the Wen Leaue, di-
n't know whether he was the vic-
tim of a mangeial drean or
not tday.
ana, . e- Are as toat
ie ay, s ,mewhere, a grelt
eeseuell. 1)1 a y C 1', pre ferably a
er, wul do I d stay.
So Y cci.erday a a rang :r sctoledI
:nte the0 mahse camp. a.nounc-
ed himself ias a pitcher, and was
given a cihantce pa.tching; for the
Yannigans. All he did was to
held the regulars to one hit for
thre innines. Emnager Smith
rubbed his eyes, enthlusiastically
rushed out o the mound anti
eid { trager, who gave his

{nam*e onlyc "d. Earl., of le' ,;",
tocake a rest and report tomor-
APXer the game, a search was
instituted for "Mr. Earl,of Iowa,"
who, perhaps, was in Iowa. Any-
way, he wasr't around the train-
on cm or training headquar-
Manager Smith won-
wcr° i- h was dreaming
Six Members of Wo!verine Team
Leave for Grand Rapids;
Entry List Lage.
Coach Clifford Keen and 6 mem-
birs of the Micigan Varsity wres-
tling squad left yesterday afternoon
for Grand Ttapids, where they will
ta~e part in the National A. A. U.
0stlingtournarent tonight and
tonorrow. Alon" with the members
of the present Wolverine squad
former Michigan stars
who were Conference chanpions
duing their yain college.
Tie M:ichian entries are Sigwart,
who will wrestle in the 125-pound
css although he ha been work-
uag; a 1 pous troughout the
S o regular eaon, Woodard and
Helliwcl at 135 pounds, Kay at 155,
Rief at 165, and Stoddard at 175.
accompany the team are Ray
Parker, who is teaching at ti
Fcrdson High this year. Parker was
the Big Ten champion at 155
pounds, and went through two
years of Conference wrestling with-
out suffering a single reverse. Al
Steinke, Conference champion last
year in the 175-pound class, will
also male the trio.
Because of the fact that the
Wolverine team entered rather late
the men are not in the best of
shape, although they ought to be
able to put up a good fight to
press some of the leaders in each
weight division.
Good Meet Assured.
The entry list to date has risen
to 78, with several others expected
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The new Cartigan, as shown by J, Murphy may be
had in genuine white China busksk, with black calf
trim, genuine white China buckskin, tan calf trim and
4 all white buckskin.

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