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WRES TLERS CLOSE[
Elect Gilard, '23, and Clifford, '24D,
Captain, Manager Respectively,
for Next Season
COACH THORNE PROVES BIG
HELP IN DEVELOPING TEAM
Michigan's informal wrestling team
has finished its first year of outside
competition, a season that was a com-
plete success in every way. Coach
Thorne-no longer comes out to Ann
Arbor and the wrestlers have packed
away their tights for another year.
The last thing done by the 192,1-22
he is now working to have' the sport
:Three V eterans Lost
Three of the regulars will not be
back next year but sever-al good pros-
pects are in view to take their plac-
es. Captain Hailer, a light heavy-
weight, is leaving as are Campbell
and Boschan. Meeker, the hea y-
weight, Jenkins at 125, and Defoe atl
115 pounds, will be back in addition
to the captain. It is hoped to list a
more extensive schedule next year and
have the coach out here earlier so
the men will be in better shape.
+ Five regular matches were on the
schedule, and an exhibition 1n sever-
al classes with, the Detroit Y. M. C. A.
took place at Ann Arbor. Of these
matchesonly one was lost. M. A. C.
brought a team here that beat the
Wolverines by a 21 to 18 score. But
COACH FAIR HELLN S TWLVE MEN TO
60 TO DRAKE RELAYlS; TWO TO0 PENN
Varsity to Compete in Two Mile, Mile,
and Half Mile lays and in
Special L ents
HOFFMAN ANDbNDOWSKI GO
EAST FOR EVENTS AT PENN
Steve Frrell will take an even
dozen men with him to the Drake
relays at DesMoines next Saturday.,
Eight men qualified for two of the
relays, the mile and two mile, last
Largest and freshest
tment of popular sell-
A team was -to elect a captain and man,
4 ager for next year. Red Gillard, '23,
w was chosen to lead next year's team
S and Eugene M. Clifford, '23D, was re-
* elected manager. Gillard was 'the
® winner of the All-campus tournament
* a year ago and wrestled in every
3 match this year. His greatest achieve-
* ment was at Detroit against the D. A.
e C. team, where he met Ackerly, the
0 Olympic games representative of this
* country, and was only defeated by a
decision when Ackerly wa% on top
® one and a half minutes longer than
he was. Captain Gillard wrestles at
135 pounds and should- beat all his
* opponentsi next year. Clifford also won
U the championship in his class a year
g ago in the tournament but, this year
0 he sacrificed his wrestling to - give
® more time to his duties as -manager.
* He is directly responsible for sign-,
® ing up all of the matches and he did
® a great deal in'getting the 'team go-
W ing this year. Through his , efforts
outside competition was allowed and
this defeat was revenged, for two week, and yesterday afternoon the
weeks later, March 6, the Farmers veteran mentor chose four other men,:
were taken over at East Lansing by two sprinters and two special event
an 18 to 15 score. The first match of men, to make up the personnel of the
the year wa Feb. 11, when the De- team for this trip.
troit Junior College was overwhelm- The 12 men who are to make the~
ingly defeated 42 to 0. On Feb. 17 trip to Des Moines are Captain Sim-
the taam journeyed to Detroit, where mons, Burke, Sargent, Simmons, Joy-
Detroit Y. M. C. A. was methand de- ner, Lewis, Rankin, Douglas, Hatten-
feated 29 to 18. Then matches were dorf, Bowen, Everett, and McElven.
held witlh M. A..- C. on, Feb. 25' and Good Mtile Team
March 6. The D. A. C. team was also In the' mile relay four speedy quart-
nosed out 21 to 20 at Detroit on er- mileewiyl te r upecders,
March 11..er-milers will tear up the cinders,
Large List of Tryouts the quartet selected to do the work'
Many men tried out for the team and consisting of Joyner, Siemons, Lewis,
a large number were 'out all season and Rankin..
T~he two mile relay team ;should be
taking lessons from Coach Thorne.
Thorne also coached at Detroit Jun- fairly well ;balanced. Douglas, Hat-
for college but he came to Ann Ar- tendorf, Bowen, and Everett,. half mil-
bor three days a week. He was well ers, all run a consistent race and
liked by all the wrestlers and taught should be able to put up some fair
them much about wrestling ,that they competition for the other schools on
would have been unable to learn Saturday.
without his aid. Sargent in Sprints
It may be quite surprising to find
Don't forget your athletic book or Sargent, whose strong fort hitherto
treasurers receipt for registijatlon. has been the hurdles, listed as one of
the members of the half mile relay.
Watch for the vM's." Today Is "X" team. "Sarg" has been hot-footing it
Day. , down the cinders in fast time during
the past week in practice and this
led Steve to place him on the relay
team. Captain Simmons, Burke, and
Siemons are the other men who will
do the sprinting in this event.
Michigan will be. entered in three;
special events. Captain Simmons and!
Burke will run in the 100-yard dash,
where they will find some mighly
keen competition. Sargent will dis-
play his skill in the high hurdles,
while McElven will take a turn at
Two Men at Penn
Two men will wear Michigan's col-
ors at the Penn relays at Philadelphia
on the same Saturday as the Drake re-'
lay carnival is scheduled. Hoffman'
has been entered in the javelin throw,
in which event he has made quite a'
name for himself, being the holder of
the Conferenge record. today. Lan-
dowski, the demon pole-vaulter, is the
other man to make the trip east. Mer-
rick, of Wisconsin, and several other
men who have cleared the bar at a
heigh.t close to 13 feet will be on hand'
to fight it out for first honors with
the little Wolverine. and some unusual
vaulting should be in order.
Practice for the rest of the Varsityl
squad will continue all during, the
week. The men are looking forward
to the Ohio State meet which is
scheduled for Saturday, May 6, for it
is likely that the great majority of
them will have a chance to',get into ac-
tion at that date.
Don't forget your athletic book or
treasureefs recelpt for registiitlon.
Today Is "N" Day.
In the All-campus tennis doubles
tournament, the drawings were as fol-
follows : Pingle-Getty, 2106-R vs. Rush-
Bielfield, 2040; Tracy-Tracy, 288-J vs.
Moore-Ogden, 1399; Lang-Coats, 1457-
J vs. Abrosh-Ullman, 751-W; White-
Passolt, 1719-R vs. Goldman-Koepp-
ner, 1597-R; Ensinger-Stevens, 2276-W
vs. Appel-Smock, 2034-R; Berks-
Flower, 1166 vs. S. Moore-Breakey,
1504; Samuel-Marris, 2589 vs. Hill-
Benham, 2574; Armstrong-Vyse,. 909
vs. Merriam-Underwood, 131; Randall-
Memer, 355 vs. Crane-Perse, 2270-J;
Bower-Upjohn, 374 vs. Parsons-Win-
ograd, 2866-M. The remaining teams
drew byes and will be notified when to
play. The winner will be the team
that wins two out of three sets. The
results must be in the intramural of--
flee by Wednesday morning, May 3,
or' the games will be considered as
-'Medals for the winners of the church
and society basketball leagues have
been received by the Intramural de-
partment. Members can obatin them
by calling at the office.
Matches in the quoit pitching con-
test have been scheduled, as follows:
W. W. Clore, '24L, 33 vs. Wilson, 1399;
(Continued on Page Five)
FRESHMAN TRACK NOTICE
All freshmen indoor track jer-
seys are now at the intramural
office. Men who have won them
can get same by calling at this
Our new location is'in the Nickle's
Arcade. Rider's Pen Shop-Adv.
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R. J. DUNNE, '24L, Chairman
JOHN W. KELLY,'"'24L, Asst. Chairman.
EDNA A. GROFF, 22.
MARION B. STALL, 23.
ROBT. D. GIBSON, '23.
LELAND W. KIRKPATRICK, '23E.
WALTER R. KREINHEDER, '23.
JAMES T. HUME, '23.
CLAYTON G. HALE, '24.
P7 -PE A
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