IM ELECTS CAPTAIN AND
I FOR NlEXT YER'S SQUAD
ehnie, '23E, to Lead Team;
lnbaum, '23, Will Mdilage
Squad Next Fall
lI SULLIVAN SATISFIED
ITH SHOWING OF FIGHTERS
higan's informal boxing team
its ,first year of competition
ther teams by an election of of-
for, next year. McKechnie,
was elected captain and Bern-
hie numerous men to try out for
Lm the past year, Coach Sullivan
the following who were seen
ion at various times: Lauder,
tz, McKechnie, Yott, Housel,
er, MLclielvey, Bernbaum, and
an. It is understood, that these
vill be recommended by the
to receive sweaters.
Plans for Next Year;
.s are already being laid for
ear and it is extremely fortu-
hat all the members' of this
team will be back next year.
Sullivan plans to be in Ann
at the beginning of school next
iber in order that the men may,
early start in training. Every-
ho Chas had anything to do with
has come to realize that con-
ic the greatest asset for a boxer
r three performances were en-
in by the team this past year.
arch 10, the boxing and wrest-
ams met the teams of the De.
athletic club. The boxers lost
Detroiters 25-17 after putting on
of the fastest bouts ever wit-
at the club. On April 1, the
and wrestlers again journeyed
roit, this time to put on a show
the Michigan club of that city.
e bouts were between members
team. Students of the Univer-
ere given an opportunity to wit-
he men in action when the Box-
ib staged a show at Mimes the-
n April 6. Six bouts comprised
>w and the way it was received
audience indicated that boxing
.ing in favor on the campus.
Seek Bout with Navy
the coming year it is intended
tnge a regular schedule. It. is
that the first meet of the year
with. the Detroit Junior col-
ather pushers. Coach Sullivan)
ous to schedule a meet with the4
from the U. S. Naval academy
apolis. The sailors have always
oted for their excellent boxing
and are generally conceded to
diforms for Cheerleaders
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ty one having an idea as to
orms for cheer leaders are
ested to describe same 11n a
r and send to A. 0.Cuth-
1016 E. University Ave. I
have the best bunch of amateur per-
formers in the country. This suprem-
acy was only threatened once, and that
was two years ago when Eddie F2i-
gan, world famous amateur heavy-
weight, captained the Yale boxing
team that .startled the East.
In the Independent baseball league
-the following games. will be played at'
4:45 o'clock today: Diamond No. 1,
Deng vs. Newhall; diamond No. 2,
Gun and Blade -va. Glazier; diamond
No. 3, Golinski vs. Taumen club; dia-
mond No. 4, Brasie vs. Peterson; dia-
mond No. 5, Forbes vs. Luke. At the
diamond corner of Church and-Wash-
tenaw, Harelik vs. Seitz .at 4:45, and
on the diamond at the coner of
Twelfth and North University streets,
Hoffman vs. Lister at 4:45.
In the interclass baseball for to-
day, at 4 o'clock, the Medics. play the
Junior lits on diamond No. 1 and on
diamond No. 2 the Fresh lits play the
loser of the Laws-Architects game. :
In the interfraternity horseshoe
pitching contest, the first round of
games must be played off by Saturday
noon. Following are the gamesto be
played : Alpha Kappa Kappa vs.. Al-'
pha Rho Chi; Alpha Sigma Phi vs.
Delta Sigma Delta; Delta Theta Phi
vs. Phi Epsilon Pi; Zeta Psi vs., Her-
mitage; Alpha Sigma vs. Cygnus; Al-
pha Chi Sigma vs. Nu Sigma Nu;
Psi Phi vs. Zeta Beta Tau; Chi Psi
vs. Sinfonia; Delta Chi vs. Theta Chi;
Alpha Chi Rho vs. Phi Gamma Delta;
Kappa Nu vs. Beta Theta Pi; Sigma
Nu vs. Chi Phi; Sigma Chi vs. Phi Del-
ta Theta; Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. Aca-
cia;, Phi Sigma Delta vs. Lambda Chia
Alpha; Delta Tau Delta vs. Phylon; Phi
Kappa Psi vs. Alpha Delta Phi; Psi
Upsilon vs. Phi Kappa Sigma; Theta.
Xi. vs. Delta Sigma Pi; Theta Delta
Chi vs. Phi Chi; Beta ,Phi Delta drew
a bye in the first round.,
The second round of singles in the-
All-campus tennis tournament must
be played off by Saturday noon of this
week. Following are the matches to
be played the remainder of this week,
Martin, 2118-J, vs. Hifl, 2574; Penzle,
2106-R, vs. Parson, 2866-M; Crane,
1755-W, vs. Hames, 343; Gustus, 558,
vs. Passolt, 1719-R; Tracy, 288-J, vs.
Underwood, 63; Snider, 1615, vs.
Bright, 1741-R; Samuel, 2897-J, vs.
Ohlmacher, 921; Smock, 2034-U, vs.
Alton, 1267; Rock, 1391, vs. Marais;
Slobs, 732, vs. winner of Leghbody,
1.505,. and: McFarland, 2738, match;
Duakink 63, vs. Baron, 899-J; Mer-
riam, 131; vs. Goldstein, 732; Crane,
2480-W, vs. G. Jerome, 236; Hayes,
j1.00 visiting cards printed from your
plate, $1.75. 0. D. Morrill; 17 Nickel's
2678-J, vs. Wright, 2121-R; English,
1236-W, vs. Brehfield, 2040; Wilkops,
1925-R, vs. Kearny, 120; Lanze, 1457-
R, vs. Mlllett, $71'.M; Maentez, 2649}-
J, vs. Reasoxi, .1484.
The reports of the first-.round of the
All-campus doubles in tenis are com-
ing in slowly and intramural office
officials are anxious to get these.
matches cleaned up. Consequently, all
reports must be in the office by this
FIRST YEAR BALL
SQUAD CUT AGAIN
Coach Mather jilas made another
cut of 10 men in the freshman base-
ball squad leaving 51 still on. Of
these about half will be cut before
the end of the week. ut one pitcher
has been cut so far and no catchers.
Of the pitchers on the squad not
mush can be said. There are none
that do not need a lot of attention.
Lack of experience is plainly in evid-
ence.. Most of the yearling mound
men possess a small variety of curve
balls which are not overly effective
because of the inability of the men to'
control their deliveries. One or two
of the pitchers have something that
resembles a slow ball but they will not
be able to do a thing with it until they
learn .to controlit.
In the practice ,game with the Var-
sity scrubs last Saturday, Coach
Mather used 30 of his men and thus
was able to make a conclusive obser-
vation of most of his squad under fire.
ETS BETTER OUTDOORS
CHARLES REINKE, '2, SELECTED
CAPTAIN OF THE YEARL-
Archie Hahn's fresh track proteges:
are fast rounding into form for ,the
Michigan-Illinois freshman telegraphic
track meet. The men have improved
their own condition and thrown off
the effects of the spring vacation let-
At a meeting held Tuesday,
Charles Reinke, '25, was elected cap-
tain of the fresh team. Reinke is the
best half miler that Archie has seenI
for a number of years among the
freshmen. Before coming to Mich-I
igan, Reinke was the interscholastic.
half mile champion of Wisconsin, do-'
ing the distance in the remarkable
time of 2:00 3-4. His form has im-
proved as the year has advanced.
During the indoor season he defeated
the Varsity half milers when they
were trying out for the Cornell meet.
At the present time he gives promise
of becoming a first class performer,
and he should show up well in the
telegraphic meet on May 17.
Several versatile performers have
been uncovered since the freshmen
have started the outdoor workouts.
Piafore 'the outdoor season . corn-
menced little was known about Brook-
er's discus throwing ability, but when
the out door work started it was
found that he could heave the dis-
cus with great force. Under Archie's
careful eye he is tossing it around
120 feet. Barth is another of the
"finds." He is a broad jumper and
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is fast coming to be a good second to
Hubbard. Neifer, here,. before un-
known, has made the spectators sit up
when he clears. the bar at 5 ft. 10 in-
wlt4i ease:. He is still in the stage ofY
All of the men on the squad are
getting better time and distance in
their events. Hubbard ran the 75
in 7 4-5 last night. This mark is 1-5
Wednesday . Thursday
of a second less than the world's
record held by Archie Hahn. The
condition of the squad is much im-
proved, but the n'en are still far from
perfect. In many of the events the
men will show remarkable time when
the interclass meet is held in June,
since. at that time they will have part-
ly overcome the greenness that char-
acterizes the actions of many of the
runners and field met now.
Time trials will be held for all of
the freshmen on Friday, May 5. At
this time Coach Hahn expects many
of the records made by the fresh in-
doors, to fall.
,. . .
FRESHMAN TRACK NOTICF
All freshmen indoor track jer-
seys are now at the intramural
office: Men who have won them
can get same by calling at this
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