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THE MITCHTCAN DATEY

Voverine

iamond

Squad

oIds Rigorous

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DANIEL1S, TOMPKINS'
FIND BATTING EYESi

SWAT KINGS GROUPED IN GOTHAM

Michigan Thinclads
to Hold Trial Runs
for Annual Classic

FUNDAMENTALS ARE STRESSED
AS ELEVEN HOLDS STIFF DR

Manuel
Sack;

With warn-i vvt,:_athov .tt tually hare,

Fields Well at Initial
Waterbor and Kracht
Battle for Berth.

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Michigan's varsity ball nine dis-
played the class of play that all
good teams should show under a
blazing sun yesterday afternoon.
The squad ran through a stiff bat-
ting and fielding drill in prepara-
tion for the coming game with Il-
linois, which will inaugurate the
Conference season for the Maize-
and-Blue ball hawks.
The veterans, Jack Tompkins and
Norm Daniels, displayed the best
hitting power of the day although
Whitey W stert continued his ef-
fective stick-work by slugging out
a homer early in the afternoon.
On the defense, with Coach Ray
Fisher hurling to the reserves, the
regulars were well-nigh impreg-
nible. Both Kracht and Waterbor
worked out at the shortstop post
and both showed classy fielding. At
first base Ken Manuel handled him-
self exceptionally well, and if he
can find some way of improving
his batting, he should be a very val-
uable man to the Wolverines. Chap-
man, who played the initial sack,
for the reserves, is a dangerous
batsman but looks unsteady in the
field.
Both Kracht and Waterbor are
Detroit lads, the former having
seen service for Cass Tech High,
the latter having worked out with
the Northwestern High School team.
Neither is a hard hitter, although
Kracht's tendency to choke his
bat seems to retard his full power.
He has, however, the benefit of a
year's experience, while Waterbor is
aly a sophomore.
The later practice saw the regu-
lars taking turns at the plate, with
Fred Hosler, a freshman with a nice
fast ball doing the hurling. The
day was expensive for the Wolver-
ine catching staff, Pomovski splitt-
ing his finger on a foul tip, while
Douglas suffered an injury to his
right leg when he collided with
Manuel as the latter slid to thee
plate.
Yearling Nine Shows
Promise in Workout
Seventy freshmen aspiring to
sandlot fame have been keeping
the south-east corner of Ferry
Field occupied every afternoon of
the past week, preparatory to their
workout with the Varsity sluggers.
The group shows promise, accord-
ing to coach Benny Oosterbag, who
has weeded out by this time most
of the useful material.
Patchin and Hosler M1easure up
very well as pitchers with the more
seasoned players, and are receiving
alternate drilling with the Varsity.
Paulson, who holds down first base,
and. Teitlebaum, general infield
utility man, are promising, as well
as Roerrig, who covers the third
sack for the freshman practice
squad.
Behind the plate, Coach Ooster-
baan citesas his best bets Randoon
and Bachman, both good catchers.
All the abovp are heavy hitters and
good all-around players on the field.
From them coach Oosterbaan is ex-
pecting to develop sufficient Varsity
mnaterial for next season.
YESTERDAY'S HOMERS
Dyrd......Yankees
(Gehrig ...........,.....Yankees
Simmons..............Athletics
Cochrane..............Athletics
Terry..y................Giants
McCurdy . . ...Phillies
TENNIS PLAYERS
On the afternoons of Varsity
baseball games tennis players
wishing to use the Ferry Field
courts must enter through the
Main gate, showing both coupon
books and identification cards.
Earl Riskey, Manager.

Norrei iencnes etrouers tM-1; Va rsity track team is
5-3 Win; Cochrane's Homer fast r<,undbi intj shape for the
in Ninth Beats Yanks. Tenth annual rI)akc Relays at Des-
Moine: next week. Coach Charlie
Detroit hopped into the Ameri- Hoyt announced yesterday that the
can League lead for the first time personnel of the contingent making
in several years by a decisive win the Iowa trip would be determined
over Cleveland, 5-3. Sorrel was re- by means of trials to be held Sat-
lieved in favor of Hogsett in the meanoo.S
eighth inning, but received credit So far thison the squad has
for the victory. Mickey Cochrane's Sefn hisaob the sad has
homer with the bases clogged inreea spring weather. t has only
the ninth enabled the Athletics to real sdring th past week that the
e at the Yankees, 8o. call of the outdoors hacs really had
-- any true elect.
AMIVERtCAN EIJAGtUE 1he Mi(,higain mentor believes
R If E that he is going to have another
Detroit......000 030 101- 5 6 0 successful season on the outdoor
Cleveland .. 000 010 002- 3 7 1 paths this vPar Although there

First Year Men Impress Coaches
With Playing Ability.
Coach Harry Kipke put his Var-
sity gridiron aspirants through an-
other strenuous workout yesterday
afternoon, stressing, as is usual in
early season practices, kicking, pass-
ing, blocking, and other fundamen-
tals of the game. About 50 of the
72 candidates who have been divid-
ed into Red and Blue squads are
on the field each day. Practices
will be held daily from now until
May 7, when the coaches will get
together and select the recipient of
the Chicago Tribune award for the
most promising player of the spring
season.
Scrimmages between the Red and
Blue men will be held each Satur-
day from now on, Kipke/stated. No
cuts will be made until next fall.
Both freshmen and veterans ap-
pear to be rounding into shape for
the heavy grind next fall. Willis
Ward, who is a likely man for an
end position next year, Jerry Ford,
a center, and John Regeczi, who
plays both fullback and half, all
NOTICE
There will be a meeting of all
freshmen interested in track in
Yost Field House, 3:00 P. M. Sat-
urday.
Ken Doherty, coach.

have impressed the coadnchg sta
with their playing.
Iherman Everhardus looks like Uli
class of the team as far as pre-sea
son showings are concerned. Il
consistent kickingwill keep him i
the running along with Stinesprin
Fay, Newman, Zendian, and Ror
dond. The last two are freshme
Wistert, Purdom, Cantrill, Kov
alik, and Marcovsky form an in
posing list of linemen. Bernal
seems to have the call at the cei
ter of the line, but four freshme
Ford, Emling, Foug, and Smith a
all possibilities. With the excepti(
of Wistert, who is a member of ti
baseball team, all of the men ai
now working out with the squa
Purdom returned to school la
fall after an absence of a year.

New York has more than its quota of home run sluggers this year,
judging from a glance at this trio. Hack Wilson, late of Chicago and
now with Brooklyn, along with Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, are planning
on doing their share of home run hitting around the eastern metropolis.

Batteries - Sorrel, Hogsett and'
Hayworth; Harder, Hildebrand and
Myatt.
Washington 000 000 000- 0 10 1
Boston ......000 000 100- 1 4 0
Batteries- - Crowder, Marberry,
and Berg; Russell, Moore and Con-
noly.
Philadelphia 000 200 015- 8 6 3
New York .. 100 012 110- 6 9 1
Batteries-Mahafey, Walberg and
Cochrane; Ruffing, Pipgras and}
IDickey.
NATIONAL LEAGlUE
Pittsburgh 000 111 300 1--- 7 17 3
St. Louis . 001 000 032 0- 6 14 5
Batteries-Harris, Brame, French'
and Grace; Derringer, Dean and!
Wilson.I
Boston...... 112 001 lOx- 6 10 0
Brooklyn ... 000 210 000- 3 7 3
Batteries-Zachary, Cantwell and'
Spohrer; Clark, Heimich, Quinn and
Lopez.;'
New York .. 012 010 010 5 10 I
Philadelphia (02 002 000 4 6 0
Batteries-Fitzimmons and Hot-
gan; Holley and McCurdy.
Chicago .... 000 010 02x--- 3 4 1
Cincinnati . 100 000 001--- 2 5 1,
Batteries---Smith and Hemslcy;
Johnson and Manion.

are no team honors in the Drake
classic, the Wolverines last spring
walked off with the greatest nunr-
ber of trophies. The Maize and
Blue compiled an enviable record
in taking three relays, the half,
mile, and two-mile events.
In addition to the relays the
Wolves managed to capture a num-
ber of honors in the individual
events. This year's relay teams ap-
pear to be capable of taking a con-
siderable share of the honors in
rnmet this sp)ing although they
are not up to last year's great ji)
formers.
FRESIMAN NOTICE
There are eight free playing
memer shiips available for fresh-
man golfers at the University
course. (alifying trials will
cfltkntiue until Monday, April 25.
Anyone interested can obtain
iuirther information at the club-
house, or rom mCoach Trueblod.

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WASH TIES
Two for $1.00

SPECIAL
on
SPORT SHOES
$3.55

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NET SQUAD OPENS
AGAINST DETROIT
After a week of discouraging
practice, Coach Johnny Johnstone's
Varsity netters are rounding into
form, for their encounter with the
Detroit Tennis Club players to be
run off Saturday. This first week of
outdoor drill has put the men into
excellent physical condition and
they ought to put up a stiff tussle
against the Detroiters, says Coach
Johnstone.4
Twelve men have been selected
to go to the Auto City as represen-
tatives of the University of Michi-
gan in the meet. The entries as
anked at present are Captain Col-
by Ryan, number one, f6lowed in
order of their standing by Robert
Clarke, Reindel, Snell, Pendell, Rol-
and Clark, Appelt, Nisen, Baldwin,
Sandusky, Corey, and Renihan. All
the players will have tlhree-set
singles matches, andi several of
them will be called upon to play in
the doubles tilts which will 1)(e run
1of later

Telegraphic Archery
Tourney Is Scheduled
Archery is on its way to a regu-
lart conference sport with the an-
nouncement yesterday of the re-I
ception of a bulletin from Purdue
University announcmg an all-con-
ference telegraphic match in the
ancien t sport. Dr. Lyman has is-
sued a call for candidates to appear'
in his olfice in the Field House this
afternoon at four o'clock.

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