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THE ICHI Ai A LY

p TTr[TRST)A7, APR TL 23, 1931

TH1~ MICHIGAN DAILY T~RSDA~, AP~TL 23, 1931

inclad Squad

Sosenor

Drake Relays

COLD RAINFORG ES
GRID QkOISO

ON T E
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Yearling
Practice

Diamond Men
Despite Rain1

GOLF QUALIPY4NG
ROUNDS EXTENDED

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Three
of

Squads Picked fc
Spring Session D

or Rest
ril s

on Fundamentals. The boys in Los Angeles are pav-I
ing the way for a bit of ballyhoo in
A cold biting rain which swept connection with the Coliseum where
across South Ferry field yesterday the Olympic Games will be run off
afternoon caused the Wolverine in 1902. There is every indication
that the games will be advertised
gridders to seek the confines of as "in America's largest stadium."
Yost Field house, where Coach The figures show that the re-
Harry Kipke gave the men a chalk served seating capacity of the Coli-
talk. seum is 105,000, and that on a gen-
Just after opening the regular al admission basis it will accom-'
Justaftr opnin thereglarmodate 125;0030 persons.
daily drill on the open turf, the Zach Farmer, guiding spirit of
elements turned against the pig- th Flsme, wid spet tha
skin enthusiasts and the coaches the Coliseum, will suggest that
took their charges inside for the Soldier Field, Chicago, regarded as
customary rainy day skull practice. the most formidable rival, will not
Several of last fall's veteran grid- reach quite so impressive figures.
men have turned out for their first He will point out that the Univer-
spring workout with the resump- sity of Southern California in its
tion of practice following the vaca- last game with Notre Dame in
tion period. Chicago was paid on the basis of
The remaining practice sessions 99,000, and that the Dempsey-Tun-
for this week call for more work on ney bout drew 105,000.
fundamentals with the three differ- I The Coliseum is now dressed in
ent squads brushing up on their j its best bib and, tucker for the
plays and teamwork in preparation 'classic games, more than a year
for the initial scrimmage which is away, but its first capacity crowds
scheduled for either Monday or will come this autumn when the
Tuesday of next week. The three football season arrives with its out-
teams will each be placed under a pouring of the faithful.
coach who will direct the groups
for the scrimmages and the games Track Leaders Too
in the stadium. The teams are cap- The Trojans of the University of
tained by Hewitt, Stinespring, and Southern California will be hard to
Fay. stop in the battle for the national
Among the men from the 1930 collegiate track title. It has been
Varsity who have just recently re- the custom for western teams to
ported for the spring workouts are do well in the field of events, but
Morrison, center; LaJeunesse, and Southern California will make an
Oehman, guards, Miller, tackle; and impressive bid on the track as well.
Newman and Tessmer, backs. Play- Frank Wykoff has been winning the
ers who have been out since the be- 100 and 220 with monotonous regu-
ginning of the training period are larity and his teammates declare
Hewitt, Hozer, and Sikkenga, ends he is unbeatable over the shorter
on last fall's squad, the latter, how- distance.
ever, has been working at a guard
berth this spring; Marcovsky at He will have plenty of assistance
guard, and Yost, back. Besides from Carls, Payne, Halstead, Wil-
these Wolverine veterans there are liams and McGeagh in the track
several very promising freshmen events. Hall, Chlentoz, Stewart,
players who are making determined Barber and Paul are -available for
bids for the Chicago Alumni trophy. the field tests. Some bold spirits
are predicting an all time I. C. 4-A
G record for Dean Cromwell's follow-
Opening Tennis Game ers.
Carded for Saturday Not 'Through.'
The oldsters in sport will give
three rousing cheers for Wally
Tennis, always a fair-weather Schang and Joe Dugan. The vet-
game, stood by yesterday along with eran catcher and infielder have
the rest of the outdoor sports while
the farms of Washtenaw county
and the Ferry field courts shared
impartially in frequent install- E g gIS
ments of the belated Spring vaca-
[tion rain. Granted a few days of I W ith Us

shown they do come back. When
the Detroit Tigers were playmig ex-
hibition ganes througli the . far
west, Dugan and Schang were play-
ing at frequent intervals, but they
were not under contract. Manager
Stanley Raymu id Harris, however
told his friends that this defect
would be romedied in due season.
"Both the old boys have shown
me more than enough to warrant
keeping them," he said.
"If they are through, I'd like to
have a few more players who have
finished with major league base-
ball. Schang has been catching as
well as I ever saw him, and his hit-
ting has been first class.
"Dugan, too, has made a very
fine impression in the spring games.
There is still no one in our league
who can come in and grab those
swinging bunts with a couple of
fingers and toss that ball to first
base like Dugan.
"We'll sign them and they'll play
some good ball for us."
They have been signed.

In spite of a gusty wind and fre- Candidates Now Have to Sunday
quent rain squalls, yesterday after-
noon found more than 15 candi-
dates out for freshman baseball. It
was the first session of the practice Because of inclement weather the
season, and the routine consisted of I qualifying rounds for freshman and
a warmup for the pitchers and Varsity golf will be extended at
fielding practice for the rest. least another day with a possibility
Coach Oosterbaan offered to ex- that candidates will be given until
cuse the squad on account of the Sunday to complete their 36 hole
frequent showers, bt the players. test.
anxious to round into form, elected The original plan called for two
to keep going on with the fielding, 18 hole rounds to be played on any
which naturally was a little ragged two days from Wednesday to Friday
during the first workout, inclusive. Ray Coui trigilt, in charge
The froshi batterymen have beenof the University course, will be on
out for practice since three weeks hand to take entries.
before the vacation. They were to The new course is not in the best
have pitched to the batters yester- possible condition as yet so in all
day afternoon for the first time fairness to the competitors, Coach
this season, but the wet condition Trueblood feels that they at least
of the mound clay made batting should, be given the benefit of fav-
practice impossible. orable weather. From eight to ten
Coach'Oosterbaan sent out a call berths are still open on the Varsity
for additional candidates to report squad, but no definite number has
to him for practice as soon as been decided upon as to the size of
possible. the freshman squad.
A bill legalizing boxing in South England's first major golf tour-
Carolina has been passed by the nament of 1931, the annual English
legislature and approved by the Amateur, begins tomorrow with a
governor. record entry of 158 men.

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preparation for the oncoming sear-
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The first tennis event to occur in
the near future will be a match
with the Detroit Tennis club Sat-
urday afternoon. Elimination con-
tests will take place before that
date from which ten men will be
picked to meet the Detroiters in
their city. Announcement of the-
selected squad will be made soon.
The eight annual Ohio Relays at
Columbus, May 1, 2, is expected to
bring out a ist of competitors from
seven of the Western Conference
schools. Eddie Tolan will lead the
Michigan contingent in the assult
on records.

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