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PAGE, SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 27, Z925

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CORNELL TO B Michigan Has
Edge On Red
35ATHLETES HERE InPast Meets

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POOL COMPLETION
EXPECTED TODAY

Tennis Squad
Practices On'
Clay Courts

FORTY MEN ANSWIER
GOLF 5QUAD CALL

Supp;orters Ex :e1 Bige Red Teamii
Win; Aie Strongm i -Weight
Etents
WILL LEAVE TONIGHT
Ithaca, N. Y., March 26.-Thir
five members of Cornell's track tea
will leave tomorrow night for A:
Arbor, where they will meet tire Wt
*erines in a dual meet Saturday nigl
After practicing outdoors for the la
week, after running on the boar
all winter, the Big Red outfit appea
to be in good shape for the annu
affair and supporters of the team a
ticipate a victory.
The main strength of the Red ai
White seems to be centered in tl
weight events, and specifically arour
Capitain E. W. Bowen. The Corn

S Michigan has an edge on Cornell
in past performances on the track,{
having won eight of the meets be-
tween the two schools since their in-
auguration in 1902, while the Red andl
White team has-been victorious threl
ty- time.

Coach Mann, director of the new With the advent oqf warm weather, Candidmies

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Michitian's Varsitv tennis team bpL-a.n

The standing is
1902-Michigan 42
1903-Michigan 42
1904-Michigan 49,
1910-Micihgan 54
1912-Michigan 41
1913-Michigan 41
1914-Cornell 44,
1920-Cornell 46,
1921-Michigan 50

as follows:
1-2, Cornell 29 1-2.
1-2, Cornell 29 1-2.
Cornell 1723.
2-3, Cornell 17 1-3.
Cornell 31.
1-3, Cornell 28 2-3.
Michigan 27.
Michigan 40.
1-2, Cornell 35 1-2.1

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mentor, announced yesterday that all
is in readiness for the Interscholastic
swimming meet which is to be held
Satuiday in the Union pool.
The tilers will finish their work
this afternoon and tonight the pool
will be filled for tomorrow's meet.
The pool is 75 feet in length and is
wide enough to allow six m.en to
swim in a heat without hindrance to
their progress.
It was originally intended to open
the pool at the Indiana meet on
February 28, but because of the scar-
city of labor this was not accomplish-
ed. The pool will be open to the
general public Sunday with Coach
Mann in charge and every day there-
after. Periods are to be set aside for
classes in which men who want to
learn to swim may receive instruc-
tion. Students who wish to sign up
for classes should see Matt Mann im-
mediately.

1922-Cornell 59, Michigan 27.
1923-Michigan 66 1-2, Cornell
Michigan athletes also lead

practice on the clay courts yester-
day. The courts are in good condi-
tion considering the early stage of

TALENT TURNS OUT

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28 1-2.1
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leader smashed two local records dur- meet records, having hung up nine
ing the Yale meet when he heaved out of 13. It is almost certain that
the 35 pound weight 50 feet 6 1-4 several marks will topple when the
inches and the 16 pound shot 44 feet two teams meet tomorrow night at the
,7 inches. In the recent Triangular Field house. The winner 'of the 50'
contest with Harvard and Dartmouth yard dash should equal the standing
he broke meet records in the same record of 5 2-5, established by Les
events. Caskey is a good second man Wittman last year. The mile record1
in the weight -event, being capable of is safe, being 4:19 2-5, made by the'
a throw of nearly 49 feet, and puts great John Paul Jones, Cornell, phe-
the shot over 40 feet. Wolkowitz nom in 1913. Egbert Isbell's twoj
does over 43 feet in the shot. mile record of two years ago of 9:37
Greening and Bontecou are two 4-5 is also firmly established, at least
good pole vaulters, capable of 12 feet for this year. Neither the Michigan
6 inches at times although 12 feet nor Cornell distance men approach l
has been their limit indoors this win- this time. Hubbard's hurdle recordsl
ter. It is rather doubtful if they in the 65 yard events are not likely
cai( beat Brooker. Cornell' has a to topple unless he breaks them him-
quartet of fair high jumpers, no one self. Capt. Jim Brooker should be
of whom can be counted on to do able to set a new mark in the pole
much more than 5 feet 10 1-2. E. C. vault. At present, Johnny Landow--
Bradley topped 5 feet 11 in the Yale ski's lean of 12 feet, 4 3-4 inches in;
contest, while C. E. Bradley did 6 1922 stands as the stellar perform-1
feet against Michigan last year. ance, but Brooker has bettered
German and Novotny complete the that height consistently. The shot
quartet, it being verydoubtful, ho- ~put, high jump, and quarter have not
ever, if the latter can compete be- entries of high enough calibre to
cause of injuries, break the meet records, while Charlie
A hard blow struck the team after Reinke and Dick Freyberg will pro-
the Yale congest when it was dis- bably not be forced lower than
covered that Goodwillie, star sprinter, Reinke's record of 1:56 4-5 to cop the
has strained a muscle in winning the 880. The shot is sure to result in
75 yard dash. It is highly improb-
bale that he will leave Ithaca with excellent performances, but certainly
his teammates Friday night. Russell not as high as 48 feet, 3 1-2 inches,
failed to sho-v first class form Satur- the standing record made by Joe Hor-
day and cannot be counted on to beat ner in 1911.
such men as Wittman or Hubbard
again this year. Greef is a fairly good R t ad
third sprinter.e
Craig, tle best Red two miler, isI
Still too siC'k to rnL nna Prvu h .Ih

00-OW~NELL ELIGIBLE, TO
COMPETEFOR INDIANS
Urbana, Ill., March 26.-Dean
Brownell, holder of the world's rec-
ord for the pole vault from a dirt
floor, was declared eligible for Con-
ference competition and with the
rest of the Illinois team, left Wednes-
day for the South to participate in
the Texas relay carnival at Austin
this week-end.
D an Kinsey, another member of
Coach Gill's squad who was banned
from athletic competition by the
scholastic authorities hastalso been
declared eligible, and he too left to
compete in the Southern meet. Kin-
sey won the 110 meter high hurdlesI
in the Olympic games last summer
and is an outstanding performer in
this event. He is entered in the 75
yard high hurdles and the javelin
These men constitute part of the
squad of eleven which is making the
Southern trip. The rest of the men
are Captain Mieher, Warner, Ponzer,
Evans, Makeever, Mehock, Sittig,
Schock and Sullivan.
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the season and. with a few more roll-
ings, they ought to be very near per- Forty men answered the call for
fection. golf candidates issued by Coaches
As the elimination matches come Wells and Trueblood when they met
off next week, the squad of thirteen Wednesday night at the Union. Plans
men is practicing hard this week to for thA coming season were discussed
in detail. Prof. Trueblood who took
get into form. Practice is held every d l f. Tu o w
afternoon that the weather permits charge of, the meeting was pleased
and the clay courts will probably be Wt the apparent interest shown in
used from now on. the sport, but above all he urged that
__sdfrm__n____n._all men interested in golf who were
not present at the meeting, hand their
LTTESnames into Carlton Wells at his office
in Angell hall
Michigan's golf team last year only
C Rtacked 7 points -toward winning the
V01VULVL iIUL T dILteam honors at the Conference tour-
___nament in C!hicago. This year's cap-
. b hatain Holdsworth, turned in a fine per-
Four members of the Michigan Var- formance andi won the individual
sity wrestling team have been recom- sineTde won thendivithal
mended by Coach Dick Barker to re- singles. There are 10 nnen on the
m~ddb oc ic akrt e present try outs who have already
ceive the varsity "M" for services on scored 38 and far below that figure in
the squad during the past season. o preses, ou ho ave alre.
Capt. S. J: Karbel, Russel Baker, ' some' cases, on the Ann Arbor course.
Lui s J. Kan l Bair Considering this fact and the power-
Louis Goldstein and Harry Sinclairflnces rmiig Mihgn
I ful nucleus remaining, Michigan
will receive the insignia while the should have little trouble this season
"aMa" will be awarded to A. K. Toep- sol aeltl rul hssao
er' W A. Simpson, William K.aTdes, in winning the Conference Champion-f
fer, W. A. Simpson, William aides, ship
Elmer Langguth, R. G. Preston anddThe.1925 schedule has already been
T. D.ti Maynard.I announced. George' Little, ;now at
Goldstein is the only member of the annonced. Grg Ltl ngo a
E ; Wisconsin, is trying to arrange for
squad who will graduate this June. the Madison team to engage the
Wolverines in a match in Ann Arbor
R Fencing bouts by members of the this season. If these arrangements
to begin next week according to go through, Michigan will have a per-
Li! e~h h-ac1igt fectly balanced schedule, playing 3
Lieut. R. T. Schlosberg of the mili-fctyblne shdupaig8
tary science department, who is pre- matches at home and 3 away. Again
paring a schedule of tournaments. A the Ann Arbor club is at the service
picture of the fencing classes was ,of the team and the team may play
taken of te fenin l s their home matches over the Barton
yesterday afternoon. Hills course. Beside this some ex-
change matches have been arranged
B3OWLE'.RS D0 NYALE;with clubs in Detroit. Therefore the
team willbe used to different types
SURETO IN TTLE of links and should be handicapped
to a very small extent at the champ-
Michigan's Varsity bowling ionship, which takes place in Chicago
team scored a victory over late in June.
Yale's pin men Wednesday night. The men were advisdd to get their
This victory assures the Wolver- muscles limbered up as soon as
ines of the Intercollegiate possible and to play as niuch as
League championship. The re- I possible before the tryout tourna-
sults of the meet are: Michigan nent. The tourney will take place
948, 907, 872; Yale 958, 867, 848. immediately after spring recess. It
will be a 36 hole inedal score tour-
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Regulars Beat Yannigans
6 - 4 By Rally In Ninth
Yesterday Co ch Fisher put his men out himself when he tried to stretch
through their third practice game in his single into a double.
as nmny days. It was a six inning Captain Dillman's boys were much
affair in which four pitchers more consistent, scoring runs in the
used, and Captain Dillman's teai third, fourth, and fifth frames, and
n l Captin silre, t finding themselves behind in the final
wonan by a G to 4 score, hut onlyfrm thypoeddocmerm
after a rally in the final inning which frame, they proceeded to come from
netted them three runs. behind to win the contest.
The teams lined up about the same The first score came as a result of
as they did Wednesday. On Dillman's a triple by Dutch Wilson and a sacri-
nine besides himself at second base, flee fly by Buck Giles. In the fourth
there were Wilson at first, Giles at inning Haggerty got on through a
second, Haggerty at third, and Bach- misplay, Froemke layed down a bunt
man, Friedman, and Coleman iii the and the pitcher in fielding it oblig-
outfield. Davis did the catching, and ingly threw it so far over first base
Shumsky and Rice each pitched three that George Haggerty scored. The
frames. third tally was produced when Red
Steger's nine was composed of Davis tripled, and Wilson drove to
Ryrholm, Steger, and Coleman in the deep short and Sponslea the short-
outfield, and Ransford at first, Harris stop was unable to make the play at
at second, Sponsella third, and Maentz the plate.
at the hot corner. Baker did all of Fisher's baseballers .won the title
the catching, while Walters and ;last season by their ability to come
Ruetz alternated on the mound. from behind. This same attribute
Steger's crew scored twice during, cropped out in the sixth inning yes-
the game, once in the first inning, terday. Froemke and Friedman were
and three times in the last. The first on second and third as the result of
tally came as the result of two passes misplays. Davis hit the ball to short
by Shumsky, and an error by his team and it was missed, the aforementioned
{ mates. These misplays loaded the players scoring. Davis scored on an-
bases, and Coleman the next batter otfier error, when Wilson hit to Har-
drove a ball at first baseman Wilson ris and he threw wild to first base.
with such force that it got away from The quality of ball shown by the
him and Ransford, who had reached Maize and Blue nine yesterday was
third brought in the first marker. not quite as good as Wednesday's
In the sixth inning Rice was hurl- Iexhibition, the pitching being less
ing in place of Shumsky, and started brilliant and the team play aA a whole
the frame by walking the first two ; ragged.
batters to face him. They both ad-
vanced a base on a put out, and
Harris scored a moment later on a FRESHMAN BASEBALL
fielders choice. Coleman then singled, All those who intend to try
his secn(d hit of the day, and Herb out for battery positions on the
Steger cleared the sacks by a long freshman baseball team are ex-
single to centerfield making the three I pected to report to me at Ferry
tallies for that inning; but being put field, at 3 o'clock Monday after-
noon. Men must furnish their
nament with the 15 low score men own equipment.
remaining on the squad. E. J. Mather, Coach.
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the second best man, has been forced ,! 1,11111 o I
to rest for at least a month. So
Cornell will be exceptionally weak in
this event. Much is expected of Mac-
Neil, Moakley's new miler who has
scored two victories this winter. He
broke the Cornell indoor recordMR
(without spikes) against the Elis,
being timed in 4:35 4-5. With spikes
indoors he has lone 4:28. Glick and Dac
Kay are fair second men. Higley sue-esu
prised Cornellians by taking the hall
mile aganist-Yale. He is not a brihl- (
iant runner but seems reliable. His You Can 1 Get
time was 2:04 3-5 (without spikes).
No other Red 880 man has shown ,Away W ith It
anything this season.
Werly and Rosenthal are a good Don't try to get away -with a 1924
pair of quarter-milers, the former be-
ing the faster. Ile did 50 3-5 on the haf in 1925. Get away from it,
cinder track as a freshman last for everybody can tell the difference
sping. These two and probably
Thompson and Coykendall will makeinstantly. We present the neweSf,
up the relay team. The two 'regulars, 3pricest 1925 shapes and shades in
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The Red and White has no partic- 1
ularly good hurdlers. Greening look- k
ed nice against Bullard and Cole, Yale
veterans, whom he beat over the high
obstacles. His time for the 75 yard Fred W Gross
race was 10 second flat. Kneen, Booth,
and Strong complete the Cornell dele- 309 South Main
gation of hurdlers, any of whom may
spring a surprise.
It appears that the Big Red team'sl ".,Y," ,/Ir1.~ J J.? /O I J e,%,-
best events will be the weights, pole
vualt, mile, and possibly the high
jump. Apparently Moakley is hoping
to take a number of seconds and
thirds to off-set the advantage of
Michigan's many stars.

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