iARCH 20, 1917. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
START SQUAD ON
Brandell, WV ailterho use, and 3attson
Take First 'Turin About
COACH INAF RURATES BUNTING
PRACTICE FOR STICK ARTISTS
Candidates Looks Promising
Star Circuit; Dunne
Hit by Foul
Coach Lundgren gave his infielders
a little taste of work around the bases
yesterday afternoon. During the sec-
ond hour the coach had his prospec-
tive sackers and short stops working
about whattcorresponded in the gym-
nasium to the keystone sack.
Cwing to the absencepof side nets,
which eliminates the possibility of
throwing across the gym from north
to south, only three men could work
at a time. The squad was divided into
shifts, the first consisting of Mattson
at the plate and Captain Brandell and
Walterhouse to the left and right of.
the base respectively. Bran showed
his ability by some fast work after
rollers, rousing memories of two sea-
sons ago when the present leader
played regularly at short.
Others Get Tried
Haidler at home, and Larson and
King scooping up the grounders re-
placed the first triumvirate. Both
Larson and King are hard workers.
and both did creditable work for the
first day of infield practice.
Morrison then took a turn at peg-
ging to second with Horwitz and
Martin working farther down the
floor. Both Morrison and Haidler
threw well although the work of all
the catchers along this line was a lit-
tle erratic due to lack of practice.
Lundgren also had the batters prac-
ticing bunts, devoting the entire aft-
ernoon in the cage to the short tap-
ping. In spite of the fact that th
pitchers are putting quite a lot of
smoke on the ball, the batters were
giving a very fair exhibition of bunt-
Dunne Hit by Foul
Morrie Dunne was forced to fore-
go his turn as the result of a blow
on the throat from a foul. A batter
tipped Park's fast delivery and the
ball went under the mask with the
result that Morrie took the count for
a space. Although the big backstop
was forced to leave the floor the injury
is not serious and he expects to be
on hand for this afternoon's practice.
Eddie is Awarded First "M" of This
Description Ever Given at
Eddie Carroll has been awarded the
first cross-country "M" ever given out
Eddie was the first Wolverine run-
ner to finish in one of the first ten
places in the eastern intercollegiate
run, which is the requirement for the
insignia. The 1915 squad was the first
one to enter the eastern classic in re-z
cent years and Eddie missed his de-
coration by a narrow margin that
year, finishing eleventh. Years ago,
Michigan cross-country teams compet-
ed in this race but no wearer of the
Maize and Blue finished among the
select ten in those days.f
The sweater is the same as the reg-
ular track sweaters except for a yel-t
low. CCC and arrow on the left
CASS QINTES HANG Shades of James Thorpe Carl
UI OUT Johnson 's Forte Is Jumping
Those who have seen Carl Johnson, which place the youngster claims as
MEI)ICS ANDI SOPH LITS ENGAGE'
IN ONLY TUSSLE WHICH RE- the freshman track captain, lead all his home, that he has not as yet had
IN OLY TSSLEWHIC RE an opportunity to show his ability in
SULTS IN CLOSE SCORE rivals to the tape in the sprints have y opsbtent. t on he aiic
called him a great dash man. coast Johnsontwas known as a good
Several big scores were rolled up Those who have seen him skim over sprinter, hurdler, and high jumper,
last night in Waterman gym in the the little fences have called him the but it is at the broad jump that he
basketball game which were playedam best hurdler Michigan has seen for gained his fame. At the University of
off in the interclass tournament. The Chcg'lneshoatcmete
Chicago's interscholastic meet, the
soph engineers beat the fresh laws years.
by a score of 24 to 6, while the When these same persons saw the young westerner hung up a mark of
pharmics received the short end of a lanky yearling clear the bar at 5 feet 23 feet 3 inches in the running leap,
30 to 4 count, and the grads were inches and win the high jump in which is about three feet farther than
taken into camp by the first year the recent meet with the Detroity. any Michigan track man has been
bridgebuilders to the tune of 26 to 10. M. C. A. tracksters, they thought him able to go in recent years. It is also
bronlyeaboute10 inches shortoof2theojump
The only close game of the evening a better-than-ordinary high jumper only about 10 iches short of the jump
was that between the medics and the and have admitted that perhaps he that won this event at the eastern in-
soph lits, the final score reading 19 might lay some slight claims to be- tercollegiates last spring.
to 11 in favor of the literary men. ing a pretty fair all-around athlete. Watch this man outside.
Two well-balanced teams met when But the word comes from Spokane, Steve is going to.
the medics and the soph lits took the
floor late in the evening to do battle.' LIGHT WORK-OUT mediocre miler for the Ithacans for
The second year lit men won the NOW ORDER OF DAY the past three years, but seems to
campus. championship last year and j ' have struck a stride, which if con-
have all their men with them this year. tinued, will make him a most danger-
Emery and Cook are fast forwards Out Door Sessions to Greet Trackmen ous man. during the remainder of the
and perfect shots. These men are re- Next Week -in Preparation season. Wenz, figured as the man to
sponsible for a greater part of the for Drake Delays give Eddie the real battle when
points accumulated by their aggrega- Windnagle was shifted to the half
tion. Light practice for track men will mile, was able to place but fourth, a
The medics kept up with their op- be the prevailing order around the little in advance of Sedgwick. Car-
ponents until the last part of play this week. Coach Farrell will roll's time for the distance was clocked
and then began to weaken. The sophs give all his corps of point gatherers by Steve in 4:21, the fastest Eddie
took advantage of this and began to has traveled this season, and standing
draw away from the doctors. When e and outdoor seasons. next to his intercollegiate mark of
the whistle blew at the end of the anotg sesos. 4:16 2-5.
gam th evdene as gaist he Beginning the fore part of next
game the evidence was against the week, Michigan's team will be started Fox showed great signs of coming
medics. Cohen, Clarke, and Shelley toward out door work, the first meet- through in good shape by his per-
performed well for the physicians. ing being the Drake relays at Des formance. Although no watch was
In the slowest game of the evening Doines April 21. held on the sophomore, the coach is
the junior lits toyed with the phar- Farrell expressed himself as not of the impression that he hugged 2:03
mics. The former managed to keep being in the least depressed by the re- very closely. Fox is undoubtedly a
roe lls Ocsonaly ra try fo lt-esults of the Cornell meet. According better man outside than in.
rollers. Occasionally a try for the to Steve, Michigan could not be ex- Lack °of time prevented Richards
basket would result in a tally for the pected to come close to winning from and Foss from trying for the Water-
juniors. The damage at the end of a team which has had an easy time man gym records in the high jump
the fray showed 30 for the lits and in winning the intercollegiates the and pole vault. The Ithacans ere
only 4 for the pharmics. 'last two years. desirous of making connectionq th
The fresh laws were handed their No one was more surprised with the 11:14 train to make their getaway,
second defeatthis season when theyI the performance of Boynton in taking and had to hurry as it was.
met the soph engineers. Both teams I the mile from Carroll than Coach
played a rough game and at times it Moakley himself. Boynton has been a Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.
looked more like a football than a
basketball game. The bridge builders, v_____
however, aided by Cliff Sparks man -j Q __________________ ~zzo
aged to get the- better of the argument
as the final score indicates. Sport"
Bob Watson was not around to li, '
score about 20 points for the grads vv or Study,
and as a result they succumbed to /O P
the first year men from the engineer- Ifork or -P .
ing college. Weathers was individual
star for thV freshmen, while Collins
did good work for the grads.
Interclass basketball will take a rest
for a few days so the interscholastic
bksketeers can fight things out on
the Waterman gym floor. Hostilities t
will be resumed on Saturday night. -
(11LI E AND C)RN VICTORIOUS
AAR INTERCLASS CUP
AT PHYSICAL. EXHIBITION
DEMONSTRATION TO BE
ERS MARCH 29
At the annual demonstration of the
department of physical education for
women, a cup, bearing the inscription
"Interclass Athletic Contest," which
.has not been awarded since 1913, will
be the objective of an underclass con-
test in marching, floor work, and gym-,
nastic dancing. The exhibition will
take place at 4 o'clock Thursday aft-
ernoon before the Schoolmasters'
Each class will be represented by
80 girls in the marching and floor
work while all women taking required
work will participate in the dances.
Prominent physical directors from
Detroit will act as judges and the
points awarded by them on the re-
sults of the demonstration, together
with those secured in the apparatus
meet of April 4, will determine the
possession of the cup for the coming
Preliminary apparatus meets will
be held by each class next week. The
sophs will compete at 5 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon and the freshmen at 5
o'clock Tuesday afternoon. These
contests are open to all underclass
women desiring to qualify. Those un-
able to try out at the specified periods
will be given another opportunity
Monday, March 2. Extra practice in
apparatus will be given this week on
Wednesday and Thursday afternoons
at 4, and 5 o'clock, respectively.
ORANGE COACH RESIGNS WHEN
TEA-M1 REQUESTS THIS ACTION
Syracuse, N. Y., March 20.-Coach
Hollenback of the 1916 football team
has tendered his resig'nation to the
athletic governing board.
Hollenback's resignation comes as
the results of a petition signed by
all but two of the members of the
1916 football team, requesting that he
resign. For his contract, Hollenback
receives $2,250. He has no plans for
the coming season.
Freshman girl of good appearance
for educational work, $80 per month
guaranteed-for summer. Address Free
Employment Bureau, 600 E. Liberty in
own hand writing. tf
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IN FIRST HANDBALL CONTEST
Michigan's handball tournament has
finally gotten under w y at Waterman
gymnasium, the firs match being
played yesterday afternoon. George
and Cohn beat Alden and Broberg
two straight games, 15 to 13 and 15 to
12, in a couple of fast contests. Wick-
ett and Gilmartin refereed.
The different combinations are ar-
ranging the time of their matches and
it is probable that from now on some
of these will be played every day until
the championship of both the doubles
and singles are decided.
Kansas Aggies Choose 1917 Captain
Manhattan, Kas., March 19.-Ralph
Vantrine of Salina, Kas., has been
elected captain of next year's basket-
ball team of the Kansas State Agricul-
tural college. He played left forward
on the Missouri valley conference
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