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(By Bob Angell)
Butch Freomke at indoor baseball around the track a few times, young-
practice-"Why do " they .call this a ster."
cage, coach?" J Clever member of '23-"How can 1,
Coach Lundgren--"Because the flies sir? It's perfectly continuous."
can't get out." -
- Come on, you Phi Beta Kappa
This is not an ag of ceremony. pledgemen. Get those, all-A brains
The idea of informality has even crept working.
Into our athletics. At present we have -
two teams of this variety, the hockey One result of the athletic upheav-
and swimming aggregations. If the al which the late lamented football
success of the former is due to its in- season has brought about is the
formal character, let's return to Eden! spreading out of the athletic offices.
No longer is our Athletic association
On second thought we must admit cramped into three small rooms and
that athletics would be at a distinct a ticket cage. The intramural de-
disadvantage in the Garden. In the partment has separated itself from the
first place about the most exciting parent office, and , is now ensconced
pastime that could be started would under the leadership of Director Mitch-
be a game of "drop the palm leaf" ell in a new office across the hall.
In all probabilliy these same men will It is socid that there is mox
play together for two more years. We est in wrestling just now ti
can, therefore, hope for a champion- before. Certain cynics have
ship aggregation in 1922. It gives ed this phenomenon to the a
something to look forward too, any- of the J-Hop, but we refuse to
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One redeeming feature of the pre.
sent basketball season is that the ma.
-ority of -the team are sophomores.
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e 1atiu CARL JOHNSON
te who au ON N
h Craig These points were in the 100 yards,
might the 120 yard high hurdles, 220 yard
Craig's low hurdles, and in the broad jump.
est,' but GARRELS AND JOHNSON
ied the Michigan has the honor of hay-
s in the ing sent 'several remarkable ath-
well as letes to the Eastern meets. Next
Olympic to Kraenzlein, the best Iindividual
L2. But score 'ever made in the East was
'o spec- by Garrels of' Michigan, with a
record of 14 points. The third
s highest was Johnson's record of
athlete 13 points-a first and two seconds.
t versa- No one besides Kraenzlein has
to be- ever made three firsts in an
,cialties Eastern meet, but several men
e -low have made two. Ralph Craig in
e broad 1911 wdn two, firsts, in the 100 and
i high 220 yard dashes, and his time
discus. ties the best in the Eastern Col-
n com- legiate. Hal Smith in 1915 also
which won two firsts in the 100 and 220.
meets The above statistics would point out
thy. Kraenzlein, Garrels, and Johnson as
) bDS being the thre egreatest all-around
collegiate athletes ever produced.
t rec- Michigan has claim to two-of these-
ence. and should be proud. 'The first two
n the named men are both more rugged in
won build than Johnson.
1 low Carl Johnson came to Michigan
Ld in from Spokane, Washington, and holds
iev- the captaincy of the track squad in his
olleg- last year of competition. He is the
has ideal type of athlete in all respects-
won he is a good studept; a mixer in cam-
ever pus 'affairs; is president of the Stu-
s -and dent council, and of his class; and
with -lastly, is an athlete whose achieve-
ments have not made him the less boy-
'arrels, ish and modest.
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5 MATCHES OPEN
Five mat matces in the first round
f the wrestlng tournament were run
ff yesterday afternoon. There was
ne bout in each of three weights
nd two in the welterweight class.
In the heavyweight match Mudd se-/
cured a quick fall in two minutes over
St Parshall with a chancery and arm
cost note- hold. Dyni threw Clifford in one of
ices ever ,the welterweight affairs in one and
not only one-quarter minutes with a double
at two of body hold.
ence rec- The middleweight contest was of
er of the somewhat longer duration, Meads
and the forcing Kalmbach to go five and a
nc% man quarter minutes before securing a
n, of Mis- fall. This was the fastest match of
s, ti the the afternoon. Kalmbach won with a
he is not chancery and parallel body scissors.
arrels at Packard won from Moffitt in the
he discus other welterweight match in five min-
oth have utes and 45 seconds. The victor used
a body scissors and half nelson. In
e East to the longest bout of the afternoon,
mur firsts Gillard threw Leet after seven min-
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