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March 12, 1925 - Image 6

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JI eiiiiiiab ' 10 lemibers o f IIe ! ii I Vne giv e hii' fttaiii ine points1in t he
To'Il( ' Fi l ;tve i v jj e(vent. F(13 ekerstands out as the
Tngtbest ple :Cvaulter in the Conference,
itnot ini[hle country, and with Dean
EXP T GOOD SHOWING , owcl1, Illinois ace, out of the run-

Knockdown Fails
To Lose Walker
Feather Crown
Hill Walker, Who won the state
amateur featherweight title at the De-
troit Y. M. C. A. lest Saturday night,
,was in poor physical condition when
'he re ported to Coa c i Sullivan for-
his het ifight.

!lIijil-,s Also D~epriv es C'oach Fisher
of T'Iwo Other lanzioond

ning,. he is ,lmost cei tami to take Before the cllOaipion ltlij) fight, he --
t. fir-st place. lubjbardl is one of the had taken part in fourli ring egg- 'T'hr'e e cnh'ers or. the ar si i ~ base-
Michigan's first contingent of track'ftethrls.ilt etahogi
stars left Ann Arbor at 11:42 last1.. fits udesi h etato~%inczits;in twso (lays, and gaue to the !ball sqItad have been f'or'ced to takew
night for the indoor Conference t rack, of the bc ,t in the country, may be qu~tt or fiat ion in every one of the :Is ycffs front red ulalr t=:ovkcudts duIa
,nlet t xi h t1 t hvrtson omorowable to beat himn out. Both Dick Frey- bout:,,botli of his eyes 11 a i)Q en blEack- to iIie :)nid illnes5s.
Tend Saturday nights. Eleven ~nCm b Ied ~a d (Charlie heinke have done rca ed adhalf closed, hieis ose hai atai oc'I)li Cwllh u
hers f thesquadndadeup th1:art in thea halfo" mile and wileither one in beenl llo mledad until onit cnpods twicentiits woftwunifor ;offor twoni weekso e asaas resultl
that left last night while the remain- bebeItk h esueo e a ie a In fh iaens ~ MlOSt i
may b ie Otk lencueo o'nai ie,-n n f(1 gnolsItf a inju~S lltry to has~ ndl, sus-
hang mnembers ; who will take part iiii thb esct of the Big Ten distance men. in h_ right ha:nd wuasi injured so se- Itamed( in li11(1mg practice Mtonayi. In
themee, 1 innumerwil lev art in of Northwestern with a mairk verely, that it all but made his whole!. execuitinlg-a sile. Dillman fell on aj
athsaetntoit.Teslalof 1:56 4-5 this season stands out as liitd uselers. lie askedl Coach Sulli= aeh,,h dbenlftli " n h
whchletlat ihtwa (,t a-the )i-g(st ba'i ier they will htave be- van's advice about pv:rticip~ati~ig;i corncr of the field house alld the
rive in Evsnston early this morning.t
and wltk ih oroti a-twen tlhem. and victory. tha., byet th~t nighdt, and Sully Sum- primg s pzcrced his haizd in several
te y oa.In the dash Wittman and hlubbalrd t;est ed thAt he think of his health. plaices leavting deep woundls. The3
CatanJi.Brole~rverseem to have the jump onl everyone Waer eI l( ne the botfhw wounds were immidediately cleaned out
CapainJim I~ookr, Fryheg, eer.In hesecondl round of the an (1i if no comnplications set in, Dill-
hubr,1entiFeinisinger', Mr,.c ,- leith ci rcu.Witn took a bout his opiponent hit him on the noseC, man should be ab~le to resume work a
ler, Olbheiser, Northrup, Sterling,'scnc~dLceo ersa tadprilybiic iiiwe rm Mnly h nue
Wittman, and( Reinke were in theo n atalybiddhn.we frm Mrd, h nue
the I llinois relaysin a record break- 1n the latst round, Walker stepped h land was slightiy swollen yesterdaiy
first squad to leave ;while the p~arty ;id aeadHbadhsbe et into a stinging right from Crevier 'dure to inflaiuzimation. but noa seriouls
leaving tonight will consist of Munn, j iitrceai'ubadhs enb at- w; nce oh.-ne u osqune r xetd
B~riggs, Calahan, Cochran,HatJug; nWtin eulry<.th fed before the referee couild start to, Torn1 Fisher, one of thde most prome-
Heath, Hicks, Hlornberger, and Voelk- IHouse ImIng the past week or two, 'count, the Michigan man was onl his" ising of the sophomore pitchers, was
or.Thelater vil prctie i Pa- o~nrew ofWisonsn i stll o-feet again and looked to his corner taken to the Health Service Sunday
ten gym Friday morning after their! ing as well as ever, however, and 'he for directions. With instructions wihaadclwihwas sartinb to
arrival attterseneof te met enma be able to take points away from wt a ot hc tteSeeo h et from his seconds, he traded punchseteihslug.Ahoh n-
Goin ino te met his Tea' wth ne wo olveine. H wa forthfor' puncih until the end of the fight. i nionia was prevented from setting in,!
thebes chncein wo easns f lin th. event at Champaign two weeks Walker's act of immediately gettingI, shr
the~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ betcac1ntosaoso g. nesteMcia e r pate en 5okddw o i iher will be laid up until Monday.
inakin g anl outstanding showing!ag.Ulsth Mihgnmnae'patrbigkoedd nwo i H i elnbetooayhav
against the other teamis, Michigan is herded into the semi-final heat, how- I{the fight. In a professional fight He w ill hr everal lay t r dotanyiav
expected to make a great fight forI ever, they ought to have two places. it would have been considered bad wokf Ysvn dysatrrtnin
the IBig.'intil. Ntsnetef;Prtefis;tm nanubro judgment, but in an amateur fight it! is sure to weaken his. condition temd-
days of 1920 has the Wolverine Squad ! years M1ticlhigan will present a good was just the right tiling to (10 Had11be'swllfriednpaccayrtamo mlrstth me.Jug porarily.
beenso ellforifid i prctiall tem o mi~rsat h'emee. Jnghe stayed (town for part of the~ count, The third casualty to the diamond
everyeven on the program and ifE Hicks, Hornberger, and Calahan areitwudhvfaoeCrirsomc
the sophomore members display as; all first class distance m1en and con- ta h onetwudaebe _e-sudasoocre;Snawe
much ability as they have so far this h osed the four-mile relay team which aei rwad ao e on ermnen, a promising outfielder, was
i clreda dawandanoherroud toperated on 10or appendicitis. He will
season, Michigan will have a very walked away from all competition at wol!aebc eesrbta h u o h eto h er
good chance of gettinig what it is af- the Illinois meet. Every one of them IWle o pbfr h eee
ter. Practically all of the big stars has done around 4:30 for' the mile WakrgtU)bfr h eee CahFse okdothsbt
ofls ersta ilb vial idthymy econdupno started to count, the judges consider-; tery candidates on the balcony of the1
of lst ears tam wll e takeble andteaoe otedples. ed the blow an accident, and Walker field lhouse yesterday. The auto show
with the exception of Ray Smith, high taea es n rtopae. I was awarded the fight onipit, ocpe h hl ftegon
jumper, and Hap Hattendorf, Con- With the variety of copetition ,_________
ference half mile champion. The high which is expected in the meet this i -floor so that batting practice was tiii-
only( Yar t wuldnot e srprsin to Pontiac, March 11.-It was uneces- !lpossible. The cage will be replaced
jump will be practically the ol ei twudntb upiigt
evntinth metinwhchMihiansee the title go to a team wvithi not s ary to hold a primary election here j in time for regular practice M\onday.
wvni nt hae mat good chn iogpac-nor than 25 or 30 poits and with March 4. Likewise there will be no!
ing and several of them should beI this fact in view the Wolverines are corn etoitoffApiela te.enracon'eayPyaou,,s~it
won by the Wolverines. more confident than they heave been srn lcin pi .tdy
Captain Jim Brooker, DeHart Hub- for several seasons upon the outcomne.I
bard, and either Dick Freyberg orINo
Charlie Reinke should get at least Port Huron, Mich., March 11.-The"
three first places for the Maize and Board of Education has voted to sell'
Blue. Les Wittman will have Hub- $200,000 worth of school bonds to a,
bard as his strongest rival in the Chicago bond house for the construc- For
dashes, and the two may be able to tion of a new school here.!

Baker Choesen AST WMMR RIEA
Fussell Bakler,. '2E, of hake ('ity,
Michigan. wa:s elected captain of t he;
1925 Varsity v sli; eamn by the ;___-
mnemnbers of the mlat squad yesteNrday. I Wo"la craimes E p(eI c ed to MaK~le St~1roi yard will press the Northwestern
Bakser has wrestled in all the meetis 1 0i0litoIr' I'cmid It foiio's sprinters all the way, while Gilbreath
onl the Wolverine Sche(dule this seas on i i .I~will fight it out with Hill of Minne-
and erned two points for tpe .Maize ----- sotaz, Bonnell of Northwestern, Kerr
and 13lue teamn in every match. The o l PUR PLE FAVORED ofel Michigan, and Moore of Indiana for
Wolverine flyweight heas wrestled in!istpaenthbckro.
seven matches, ;gaining ;decisions over jfrTla c sin elqackke.
somec of thle, hest. 115 Ipounders in the I~ To The Diy))l Wicnnrlaquteco-
C(onference. Spenner of Purduei, (1) ci o, lll.. Mu vil) 1..-Mil an's; posed of Hipple, WxuecK, Gilbreath,
Pfeffer of fowa , andll1berhardit of In- .t, n I"a r r vsdl here tonighlt! and Herschber"gel' will clash with
diana, three of thle best 115 poundlers, ho' ),'~ai J(,iat ion lin the pr~eliminaries I Northwestern's 'redoubtable quatrteU~
all succumnbed to the speedy attack c:. the1Ili- Tc n mleet wich~ will be held Cornett, Howell, Manovitz, and Brey-
o~ the M1ichiigan flyweighit. to OIToIw. 1,ntnedlintely after, arrival; er for Con ference honors. The Wis-
.Coach Barker, Wolverinenmat inert- ;(owl. a1 n'ianpai-t his sdivers through cois arelay team broke the Confer-
' or, will take t he Wtolverine imat star shout (61.,MIoon the Chicago boa i'd. ens ecord in their meet with Michi-
to thbe inmbvictual ehamipioasbil) meet ' iec other ,Yjimlners were allowed to gan, while Northwestern shattered the
schedul ed 1Mar;ch 20 -21. at Minneapoli ,. ; t brit. \''11l li'acitee tomorrow morn- national intercollegiate mark in her
Bake ha muc tl~ srongst en i I2. Imeet with the Mlini, t~wo weeks ago.
his divifsioni in the Conference, but U i' h .'apr(c:!rn, a: ive teams enteired M~ichi gan with Samson, Dunakin, John-
will be forced to grapple with some i rtoim all of the I ig, rflei schiools, Fri- son, and Gow may also place in the
of the strongrest wvrestlers from the I(lay'sConference cuiamipionshiip meset 160 yard event.
Western college. The *Wolves inc hi w iscs to be one of the biggest and Michigan will also make a strong
star will he given the keenest compe- m iost closely conitested affairs ever bid" for second place. Gow should
tition by the flyweight of the Amies hl in the imid-West, place in the 40 yard race and the
wres thing tern!t, whio has proven onej Noi i luwest em with such natators as century event, while Samson will take
of the strolngest miatmnen in the hawkh- (tdit ~i reyer, hlowell, lManovitz, can e of the 220 yard and 440 -yard
eyje state. I ('o~rbelt, Bonnell, andl Druidling is al- I races. Dunakin will be S'amsoni's
______ iit unbatable, and is easily concedl-j swimming-mate in both of these taces.
'lichigan's; informal bow ling teami, c( ,1l te (>;ne~'eiee victory. However, , Captain. Kerr and Hlsted will comn-
last year's intercolleg iatfe chaml)pion s, ! Miinnesota with B-ill in the backstroke 1 Pote in the backstroke, wvith the Mich-
v.111 engage ini their fourth f'eet cof, and F~ariccy in the breaststroke, Rtich- igan captain holding the best chance
the season whlen they encounter th1e ter iM the 1oo yard( free style, and of winning. Starrett, Papeniguth, and
Navy tonighlt In a. telegraphic meset.; Nuttinini the p~lunge may out ser- Oliphant will (live for Michigan: They
Tie Wolverines have won every game iouxly into Northw~estern's tota.. will encounter their stiffest opponent
ini the three mnatches rolledl so far -\\'i';eons in will also mhake a strong liin Captain Dorf 'of Chicago who has
this year.1 bid for the runner up position, and l not been defeated this season, and

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