THE MICHIGAN DAILY
R IDAY, MARCH 20, 1925
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Jack Gow, veteran dashman of the
swimming team for the last two sea-
sons, was elected captain of the 1926
natators at the banquet lmeid laist
night at the Union.
Crow has been a constant place win-
ner in the 40 and 100 yard free styles
besides holding the anchor man post
on the relay team in a creditable
manner during his two seasons of
r competition. In this year's Confer-
once meet in spite of injuries which
had kept him from practicing all sea-
son he placed third to Breyer of North-
western and Hershberger of Wisconsin
in the 10(0 yard swim, and fourth to
Breyer, eIrshberger, and Hipple, of
Wisconsin in the 40. With Breyer an(l
1-1f)nlberger completing their careers,
Gow should be the leading contender
in the speed races next year.
"1Tad" Wieman, Gerry Barnes, och
Mann and Bill Kerr, retiring captain
addressed the banquet which was at-
tended by the members of the Varsity
and freshmain squads. Varsity letters
were awarded to eight swimmers. Capt.
Kerr received his "M" for work in
the backstroke. Captain-elect Gowv
for point winning in the 40 and 100
yard swims, and for his work on the
relay. Samson and Dunakin received
their "M's" for work in the 220 and
440 yard races and also for being
members of the relay team.
Whittingham was granted a letter
because of his consistant work in the
breaststroke while Pa pengut h and
Starrett received the insignia for div-
ing. Johnson was awarded an "M"
because of his work as a member of
the relay quartet. "A M A's" were
awarded to J. Halsted, Mayer, Olip-
hant, Seidman, and Melziner.
Nine freshmen were awarded num-
erals for work on the yearling squad.
Shorr, Kelley, R. Halsted, Darnell, J.
Starrett, Eatter, Rose, Spaulding,
Ricewray, and Tanner were the men
The Varsity squalhas completed the
most successful season ever experi-
enced since swntning became a inor
sport. While the squad did not place
as high at Chicago in the Conference
meet this year, as last, the dual meet
results wer evntirely-satisfactory
to Coach Mann. Opening the season,
the Wolverines took an easy meet
from Chicago on January 24, 43-25.
Following up this advantage , the
Wolverines journeyed to Madison
the Wolverines journeyed to Madison
on February 14, where they took the
strong Badgers into camp, 33-31.
On February 28, Indiana fell by the
overwhelming score of 49-19. This
was the last Conference meet of the
season, but in a dual affair with M.
A. C. March 5 the Aggies fell 53-15
beore Coach Mann's tanksters. In
the 'onference champioships at C hi-
cago Nothwestern had things her
own way as far as first place was
concerned but only the Badgers un-
expected win in the relay event
gave them enough points to beat out
Michigan 17 to 15 for second place.
To Meet Soon
Roper To Come REA TEM.O.NORCANVLInfield Shows
He r e tn April jold Time For
For the first time in the history of
cocill in he hitory[fILEAVE(FO H Ml[I T IIIFIAWS 2 SCFI00 Ls, 'Coach Fisher's regular infield, with
Scollege footb all two coaches from the exception of Captain Diliman,
(differeni schools will exchange ser- Tivo Mile and dMedely QOartets Will Three 'More High Schools Enter on had a long strenuous practice yester-
vices for a short period during spring Run at Cleveland Tomorrow Final May; 185 Athletes to day afternoon with Coach Mather hit-
training season this year when Coach night miu e t ing the ball and Wilson on ftrst, Giles
Fielding If. Yost of Michigan and Bill -- on second, Ryrholm at short and Hag-
Roper of Princeton will train one EXPECT GOOD SHOWING DETROIT ENTERS MOST gerty on third, they looked the best
anothers teams. Coach Yost will go---they have this season.
goMUnder Mather's hard (driving thel
to Princeton, N. J. April 13 and will Seven members of Michigan's track Last mindte entries from high regular innerefense showed veteran
give the Tiger- squad a weeks, school- team will leave tonight for Cleveland , schools in Battle Creek, Niles, and ability. Dutch Wilson performed at
ing in the system th'at has made where they will participate in an Fairgrove for the indoor Interschol- first base in mid-season form mainly
2 Michiganteams famous for the last invitation relay carnival tomorrow astic track and field meet which will because his knee which was injured
20years andAn Aril 21 ers will night. They will compose a medely be held in the Field house Saturrday earlier in the season did not trouble
come to Ann Aror to help Yost for and a two mile team. have been received by the Athletic him. Giles at the midway station is
s. CR w Frebergt Cochran, association. This increases the num- much improved over last year. Ile
Assistant Coach Harvey Emery, for- Hart will compose the two mile quar- Thiss oetrrtr, n os twt
nier Princeton star, will accompany tet while Hicks, Hernstein, Feinsinger her of schools taking part in the meet covers more territory, and does it with
Yost when he goes to Princeton while and either Reinke or Freyberg will from 19 to 22, and the number of ath- less effort than before. At present,
some member of the Tiger staff will constitute the medely quartet. In the letes from 170 to 185. he is hitting the ball better than any
come to Ann Arbor with Roper. It latter race, Hicks will run the mile, The meet will consist of 12 events, man on the squad.
is expected -that both Michigan and Hernstein and Feinsinger the two the features of which will be a med- Ryrholm, who will be the regular
Princeton will benefit greatly by the I quarters, and one of the two leading ley relay and a half mile relay. Be- utility man this year, is handling the
exchange of coaches, especially. in Michigan half milers NVill run the sides these, there will be four field shortstop position in a creditable
view of the fact that both teams will other leg of the event. The two mile events, the shot put, pole vault, high manner. Haggerty loks better than
have intersectional games this com- relay team will go to the Cleveland jump, and broad jump. The track ev- ever at third base. His arm is not inI
ing fall. Yost will probably be able meet for the second time while the ents will be the 50 yard dash, quarter the best of condition yet, but by the
to give Princeton a better idea of medley team has not been entered mile, half mile run, the mile 'run, the first of the week he will be able
Western football than any other man before. 60 yard high hurdles, and the 60 yard to throw at the same speed as the
in the business would be able to A gold cup in the field house serves low hurdles. others.
while Roper is one of the biggest as a reminder of the great victory Detroit will lead in the number of Coach Fisher will not be without
authorities on the gaane in the East. which the two mile team scored in the athletes entered in the meet having capable reserves. His second string,
big attraction at the Cleveland inter- 67 men yesterday. Toledo is second infield is also receiving daily work-
scholastics last year. Reinke and with 23 entered in the meet, while outs and in some cases the differ-
, H1 F N IFreyberg both ran on the team last; Kalamazoo ranks third with 14. Fair- fence between the regulars and the
1 1[UIL Iyear and are expected to equal their grove, Mich., I-as the smallest number reserves is only a matter of a few
" past performances in their second ap- entered, with one lone man to carry i months experience. Ransford is the
pearance.. Reinke, who rates as the its colors. class of the utility first basemen, Har-
best half miler in the West won the Reports from the Auto city, indicate ris is holding down second, Sponsler,
event at the indoor conference meet that Detroit Northwestern is out to , short, and Maentz is caring for third.
Reiley, last year's singles handball last week end while Freyberg took a capture the meet. Three of the Red This infield is of such quality that the
champion, is favored to repeat in this fourth, only five yards behind the win- and Gray men were given their choice coach expects to give them a lot of
season's tourney which is now going ner. Reinke': time for the event at between the national interscholastic work in actual games. If the weath-
on under the direction of the Intra- Evanston was 1:56 3-5, a record break- and the one here. and they all chose er gets warmer and the sun stays out
mural department. His only rival for :ng performance, while Freyberg ran to come to Ann Arbor in order to in- for the reminder of the week. Coach
championship honors is Scarnechia a great race and may be expected to s teams chances if -
crese hei tems hanesof win- Fisher has decided to send his out-
who is playing a brilliant game and run almost as fast as his teammate. ing. Tait a sprinter, Carlson a filders outdoors to practice.
will probably furnish some thrills In the medely IHicks is due togive hurdler and weight thrower, and See- Bachman, who was painfully injur-
when he trades shots with the form- anyone in the event a good race in g a halfmiler, are the Northwestern ed the first of the week, by being hit
I erchari."Ta" Rckwll s ds-,the mile. He can be relied upon toge
rc champ. "TPod" Rockwell is ois- mae 4:32. hen drieupn to athletes who chose to come to the on the head by a pitched ball, return-
playing vast improvement in his game, Feinsinger now ranksas one of the Michigan meet. ed to Ijractice yesterday. His face
and is also expected to place well in best quarter milers in the middle-westll badly swollen, and the coach
the tourney. and he will be a good third man on Cherbourg, Mar. 19.-It costs 50 will not permit him to indulge in any
The outstanding double teams, - francs instead of 35 to get out of here strenuous work for at least a week.
which will battle for the champion- the distance in :52. In the second aboard ship, in addition to the usual
ship are Pilder and Reiley, Rockwell quarter of the medely Hernstein will traveling expenses. Your Subscription is payable now.
and Scarnechia, Green and Landlois. take the place of Mueller who was
The latter are teriffic clouters but be- struck by ap automobile Wednesday
cause of theirerratic playing have w be alle to compete for
onlyndanioutsidebchance of takingethe
onl anoutid chnceoftakng heI another week. Although not quite
cup. The other two teams are evenly as fast as Mueller, Herrnstein is a
matched and should provide a close dependable runner and should uphold
tussle, if they meet in the finals. his part of the race. Cochran and
IHart will take the middle two legs
the Redford Country Club in Detroit, iii the two mile relay. Both of them
will also report. Two men, Gilson ! run the half in about 2:03.
and Vyse, are the best of the fresh-
men candidates and are expected to
nake bids for births on the Varsity. Read the W ant Ads
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Theannu - pus track meet
will be held in Waterman Gym
at seven o'clock. Tuesday, Ala rch 24
This year all the umeubers Of the
freshman squadLare ''ing barred so
as to give mTen in the ouier (classes a
better chance. The following is a
list oi the events- 50 yard dash, 4.40
(Cnnyard run, mile run, two
r m '1,. ile run, t;. yard low hiurdles, 65 yard
low hurdlles, 65S yard high hiurodles,
shot put, broad jump, andl high junip.
are P'S 'cbeing receivedl at thew
hut r ,z u mu ra I 0 Iiicc for these event:%a
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oIhumbu ms. 0., March 19.-Ralph l#.
(Red) M iffer of Evansville, Ind., to-
day was elected cantain of the Ohio
Stal university 125-26 basketball
tea:m. Seiffer played guaro, on this
year's Western Conference champion-
ship team .
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called ameeting of all thoseamen in-
terested in golf for 7 o'clock inext
Wednesday ntight, int the Michigan
Union. it is especially urgent that all
men interested turn out at this time.
Plans for the coming season will be
discussed in d(etail and practice will
begin as soon after the meeting as the
The Athletic Association has ar-
rianged an especially large schedule
for the coining year. Thv first out-
side engagement takes place at the l
Ann Arbor Golf Club on May 2 with l
Ohio furnishing the opposition. The
Wolverines will encount er Northwest-
ern here the following week. The re-
maining three m'atches will be played
away, the first at Illinois, May 14, at
Purdue, May 15. and the last regular'
match of the season at Chicago, June
12. The team will also compete in!
the annual Conference championship,
which will t!: k place late in June at
Even though only one man is back'
from last year's regular tean, the
chances for a championship seasoni
look exceptionally strong. Captain
Mode Iloldsworth will lead the team;
mnd from his past showing he should
be a consistent winner. At the Con-!
ference championship in Chicago last !
June, he won the Big Ten individualj
championship. Bob Hastings also will
be available this year. He is a vet-
eran on the Varsity teams although he
did not play last year. Glover, the
campus champion, will be out for the
team andl it is expected that h]e will
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