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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1925

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BAKER UNDEFEATED

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18 Freshmen
Get Numerals"
According to the announcement O
made yesterday by Coach Ray Fisher
of the freshman basketball squad theP
tollowing inen were awarded numer- ! y
als for the past season: Barnett, Bol-
ton, Babcock, Cuching, Gawne, Ki-
bei t, Kane, Martin, Miller, Molenda,
Nathan, Payne, Petrie, Rech, Soder- NORTH
berg, Schroeder, Don Weiss, and Joe
Weiss. These men are requested to Michigan'

' Michigan's wrestling team failed to-
Win a meet on the 1925 mat schedule j
that wos just' completed by the In-
diana mtee held Fiiday night in Yost'
field house.
Althougg the team( failed to gain a'
victory, this season's aggregation has
shown an imnrovenment over the squad
that represented Michigan in the Con-
ference for the first time last season.
Last year the Wolterines failed to
win a match from the strong Illinois
team, which tied Indiana for the Con-
ference mat titles but managelto gar-
ner seven p int this season, by tak-
ing one matfh (n a fall and another
on a disiori. IlRker, tho undefeated
Wolverine flyweight, won 6, decis-
ion over Tosetti, while (4oldstein, the
Michigan heavyweight, made short
work of Brown, of Illinois, in 46 sce-
onds.
Prospects for a successful season
were the brightest last fall, but inel-
igibility ald accdents claimed manyi
of the most promising candidates.t
Edgar Madsen, Varsity football end(
and star of the freshman wrestlingt

report at the field house this week in
crdcr to he measured for their num-
eral sweaters.

through two
terd ay inp
ference mee

weekend at
Although
,have won al
6on, the V ars
with the cal
i M I his proteges
every influe
Reserve Squad Takes Four First u:hampionshi
Plces in Aggmi-e iay arn- encounter.
ival Northwest
hug pci torn
VOELKER WINS TWICE Manovitz, I1
dashes andI
220 ranks a
Members of Michigan's reserve track championshi
team had things almost their own way most assure
when they invaded East Lansing for F Haricey in1
the annual M. A. C. indoor relay carn- anrace. Michi
ival Friday night. In spite of the does not sta
fact that the first members of the ning individ
Michigan track team were saved for -as a title c
the Big Ten indoor meet next Friday well balance

WORKS TEAM Barss Trains
Hockey Team
IGTNMT In Novel Way
While training for his bout with
Swivnmiiug Squad ThroughJack Dempsey in 1919, Jess Willard,
, For -'hlah Next severely criticized for not doing road
IIiehen 1 work, defended himself with the state-
___ ent, "Does a runner box while
WEST'N FAVORED !taining? Then why should a boxer
run ?"
Jess was probably wrong, at least
s swimming team went the trimming he took in dropping his
a strenuous practices yes- crown to Dempsey would indicate that
prepgration for the Con- he was. Since his (emise as chain-
Swhich is to be hld next all athletes have takenig vari-
ous forms of exercise, training for
Chicago. some specialty, and have profited as
Coach Mann's natators a result.
1 of their meets this seas- Michigan's championship hockey
ity mentor is not satisfiel team staged a unique performance
dluring the time when the weather in
iber of the work done1) _ Ann Arbor was sruch as to melt the ice
and will this week exert at the Coliseum. Disregarding Wil-
nce to round them into lard's argument concerning the plaus-
-p form for the coming ibility of mixing up one's exercise,
the Wolverine ice squad trooped down
evn. because of such, ster- to the field house several nights a
ers as Captain Breyer, week, and played basketball as a
owell, and Corbett in the means of keeping in condition. Their
relay, and 1lowell in the equipment was necessarily scanty
s first choice to win the and their knowledge of the game next
p, while Minnesota is al- to nothing, but by the time the ice
A of two first places with had formed Coach Barss had a fast
th6 220 yard breatstroke combination.1
the 150 yard backstrokeI
igan while at present it
ualn much chance of win-

Persian Pope, 16,
Longs To See U.S.

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_ketball tournament will be played off
Monday night. The four surviving
teams are the Phi Sigma Kappa, Pi
A LL-(AMIUS HANDBALL 1 Kappa Alpha, Delta Chi, and Phi Sig-
T'ese matches must absolutely ma. All of these teams are strong and
bn played off not later than Monday there is very little to choose between
niglht, March 9:: them. Spectators are assured of two
Sinles, Mush 1408,J vs. R. Showalk- fast basketball games.
er 20:4R ;. Segal 31241 vs. A. Se- First game at 7:15, Phi Sigma Kap-
<li 75W; Mazer 3124R vs. harris pa vs. 1i Kappa Alpha. Second game
2:3 5J. at 8:15, Delta Chi vs. Phi Sigma Del-
,Doubles: Carrol and Showalker a a.
314P' vs. Rockwell and Scarnechia
152 'I: liandloser and Brown 1236J VOLLEY-AtlTl
vs. Sonkin and Levine 380R; Olian The volley-ball schedule for Mon-
and 13. Segall 751W vs. R. Showalker i day, March 9, is as follows: 7:00, Phi
and Partnor ;034R; A. Segall and Kappa vs. Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Rho
Nathan 751W vs. 11. Segal and Mazer Chi vs. Tfelta Alpha Epsilon.
8121 it. (Continued on Page Seven)

SA SE TALL
Lasketban fschedule for Mondy,
March 9, is as follows: The semi-fin-
al roundl of the Inter-fraternity has-

contender because of her
d team. If Gow can im-

PIACFH ON STAB TFIM:

team, who cied in the Health Servican Saturday, the Wolverines who
last fall, ,was considered a bright did make the trip rang up a number
prospect for a berth on the Vaisity of first places against the stars of the
wrestling team. smaller state colleges and in several
Edward Phillips, the star of last events made outstanding records.
year's freshman aggregation who won Michigan's biggest showing came in
his way into the semi-fianls in the the low hurdles in which four of the
Olympic tryouts held at New York last Wolverines fought it out for places in
spring, was counted on to fill the 135 I the finals. Voelker, Lasser, Hulz, and+
pound class in championship style. Snider finished in order. Voelker also;
Phillips was severely injured in an ac- j took a first in the high hurdles, Snider7
cident at Ypsilanti and was forced getting another fourth. The time for.
to withdraw from school. the 40 yard low hurdles was 5 1-5'
Ineligibility played havoc with while Voelker was clocked in 5 5-10
Michigan's chances by claiming Cran- for the highs.
age, Donohoe, Shafer, Grieling and Michigan's other wins came in the'
Ratliff. Cranage and Donohoe would shot put and the two mile ,relay. In
have been especially valuable to the the former event Heath put the 16
team this year. Coach Barker was pound ball 42 feet 11 1-2 inches, or far
forced to use Kailes, a natural 135 enough to win a place in a Conference=
pounder, to fill in the vacancy in the meet. The two-mile relay team, coin-
welterweight division. posed of Walsh, Likert, Wagner, and!
The Wolverines opened the season Freeborn came through with an easy1
against the Michigan Aggies at Lans- win in the event with M. A. C. fin-,
ing. Baker, Sinclair, and Goldstein, ishing a slow second. The time forl
were the only members of the ilaize the event was 8:52 3-10. Sterling ofi
and Blue team to wino victories, each Michigan put up a great race in the1
winning on a decision. 40 yard dash and was thought by a:
Ohio State met the Michigan grap- number of spectators to have won the
piers in the second dual meet, win- event although Alderman of M. A. C.
ning easily with a score of 22-4. Bak- and Snarey of Ypsilanti Normal were
er and Cranage won decisions in the given places ahead of him by theh
115 and 145 pound classes, respective- judges. Parker of Michigan was elim-
ly mated by the fleet Alderman in the"
Purdue was the first team to face semi-finals..
the Wolverines in the secorfd semes- Several other Michigan entries made
ter. The Boilermakers took the long good showings in their events. Dean
end of a 13-4 score. Baker and Gold- taking a fourth in the 300 yard run
stein gained decisions, giving, the i and huff a tie for fourth in the polet
Michigan team a total of four points. vault.
Coach Barker and his squad jour--
neyed to Iowa City and took a 14-6 Santa Rosa, Calif., March 7.-Santa !
trimming. Baker defeated Pfeffer, the Rosa yesterday started a three-day',
Ilawkeye flash, while Goldstein won celebration in honor of Luther Bur-|
a. decision in the top weight. bank, who is 76 years old today. i

prove in the 40fyard dash, he should
threaten Northwestern's hopes for aj
grand slam in that event, while he (Continued from Pae Three>)
might come through for a first place. Wisconsin is a midget, weighing but
The relay iuintet has been off form 130 pounds, but he is very fast and
since the Wisconsin meet, but with clever, and is a fine shot from the
a week of intense training before them right wing.
-they nmay round into shape for the Captain Dan Peterman, of Michigan,
Chicago affair. Samson has been er- at left defense, is one of the most able
atic in his performance this season, men at his position in the conference
turning in some excellent times In for the past two years. He is ex-
pgractice but failing to come through I tremely intelligent in his play, and
with any remarkable performances cannot be drawn out by any sort of
'under fire. Coach Mann will devote a a combination. His spectacular rushes
,great deal of his time during the next down the ice add great offensive
power to his team. lHe works wvell
few days to breaking Samson of his w e fo his 'ase,
water fighting habit and to concen- ithhe forwards on his rushes, and
trat hiseffots o swiming Ifthis year he mastered the art of play-
trate his efforts on swimming. if ing the boards when carrying the
Samson responds to the coach's en- puk t e rsuthah as able
treaties he should place at Chicago. Mick, with the result that he was able
retieshe shodace an Chca to elude consistently men speedier
Neither Seidman nor Allen can be than himself.
expected to do much in the plunge as Levi of Michigan would act as spareI
the Conference this year boasts of'
some excellent underwater perform- able improvement over his form last
Hers. Dunakin is not expected to win year Levi developed into a most ex-
in the 220, but either he or Samson ceptional man. He is heavy, stripping
may place in that event. Starrett and at 195 pounds in perfect condition,
.Papenguth will meet up with some and is fast enough to carry himself
stiff opposition in the fancy diving, through any situation. His uncanny
but both of Coach Mann proteges have ability to outguess the opposing for-
been improving constantly and should ward resulted in his great work in
/push Captain Dorf of Chicago, Trager breaking up play after play unassist-
.of Iowa, and Mathews of Purdue for ed throughout the season.
first and second places. George Weitzel of Michigan is plac-
In the backstroke Captain Kerr and 1 ed at goal. This season, he was called
Halsted will meet up with some stiff upon to make more stops and more
opposition in Moore of Indiana, who difficult ones than any other goal ten-
already holds one victory over Kerr i der in the Conference, and he rose to
this season, Gilbreath of Wisconsin,, the occasion with facility. He hand-
and Hill of Minnesota. Whittinghamjled his stops brilliantly, and was of
'in the breast will have to show a do- great value to the team in directing
cided improvement to defeat Famricey the play of the defenses from the net,
of Minnesota, but the Wolverine swim- and' warning them when opposing
mer ought to place second or third players were breaking through be-
to the Gonher flash. Aind them.

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Mar Ishai Shumun, who boasts of It
years. was in the midst of a haseaill
game organized by an American on the
ceive the gold medal of the Am-
ericanm Instmtute of Architects. Ume
his race called on him to take the staff
of "Patriarch" of the Nestorian ma
Assyrian church, one' of the w orld's
e C nsects M lonst
visit the Ignited SUates.,it is Staid.
SCnicl Game
With Purdue
Thati Michigan's basketball Schedule
would definitely close with the Chica.-
go gamne last night was definitely d-
cided when Purdue was defeated by
Illinois at Champaign Fridy night.
According to the arrangements set-
tled upon following the cancellation
of the Purdue-Michigan game due
to President Burton's death lhme('
weeks ago, the Boilermakers we1e
willing to play off the game .\londay
night if they were not eliimiimted fr om
the first three places in the Confer-
ence standing by the I1lini Saturday.
The following telegram was receiv'd
by Coach E. .J. Mather from Coachb
Lambert of Purdue "If Purdue de-
feats Illinois Friday night and Indiana 217 N. Ma
defeats Ohio State Saturday night we
will play you on Monday."

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