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MICHIGAN A.A.U. MAT TOURNE Y
WL BE HELD HERE SATURDAY

S400 Use Pool
On First Day
Michigan's new swimming pool in
the Michigan Union has already
proved itself a great success. The
pool was officially opened for mem-
bers of the Union Sunday when 400
entered the water. Monday the nuw-

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Regulars Again Beat scrubs
8-3 In Loosely Playe Gdme

championsIips in Seven Classes
Be Deternined in Ieet at
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Michigan's 1925 A. A. U, wrestling HORSESHOES
meet has been awarded to Ann Arbor All devotees of the game of "barn-
for this coming Saturday according yard golf" or horseshoes are advised
to a annuncmentrecivedby to start practicing for the all-campus!
to, an announcement received by , tia bstu
singles and (doubles tournament which
Coach Dick Barker of the Varsity will start immediately after spring
wrestling team yesterday. The meet vacation. The tournament will be a
will be held in the Y. M. C. A. in straight elimination contest. The
the afternoon and evening and more doubles and singles winners will be
than 50 wrestlers are expected to awarded cues and the runners-up will
be given medals. Anybody will be
participate. A large number 0f.the permitted to enter. Either call 2268
men contesting for the titles will be or retort to the Intramural office at
either members of the Varsity wrest- Waterman gym before Wednesday,
ling squad or other students who are April 8.y
either members of the freshmen team
or have been ineligible for the Var- TEIVNIS
sity. Due to the early arrival of good
The meet this year will be practic- weather, future tennis champions can
ally the first of its kind ever to be L be seen practicing daily on the courts
held in Michigan although the Olymp- at Ferry field. As usual an all-cam-
ic, trials took the form of a similar pus tennis tournament will be held
meet last year. The championships this spring. This tournament, which
have been arranged largely through will be. a straight elimination con-
the efforts of Coach Barker who ac- test will begin immediately after
cepted the task when President Lynch spring vacation. Cups will be award-
of tle Michigan association sent ou a ed to the singles and doubles win-
call for someone to take over the ners and medals to the respective
work.-Assisting Barker Saturday will runners-up.
be Ed Ackerly, former Olympic 121 All men who have won a Varsity
pound champion, who will act as ref- letter in tennis or who are on the
eree. Two judges will be appointed Varsity or freshman tennis squads
at a later time. will not be allowed. to compete, thus
Seven class championships will be permitting all other tennis players to
determined in the eliminations. The enter with equal chance of success.
classes will be for those weighing un- An official list of the Varsity and
der 118, 126, 135, 147, 160, and 175 freshman squads will be posted on
pounds and those of unlimited weight. the Intramural bulletin board at Wat-
The contestants will weigh in at 10., erman gymnasium. Entries will be
o'clock Saturday morning at the city accepted until Wednesday, April 8.,
Y. M. C. A., the preliminaries being Call 2268 or report to the Intramural
scheduled for one o'clock. The elim- office at the gym.
ination bouts will last ten minutes _
and the finals, which will begin at 8
o'clock Saturday night, will be 15 Suckerne
minutes in length. The bouts will be!
either by fall or a decision rendered Looks Strong
by the referee and the two judges.
In consideration of the tact that -
contestants have not had sufficient (Special to The Daily)
notice to get down to the weights in Urbana, Ill., March 31.-With only
some cases an overweight of three three 4'ays remaining before the first
pounds will be allowed. practice game of the schedule with
Missouri Saturday at Oxford, Coach
t ;Carl Lundgren is putting the finishing
a !touches on the early practice of the
.This Illinois baseball squad:
F Week1 The coach has not yet decided the
exact makeup of the squad which will
Finals in the all-campus handball take the spring trip which starts at
tournament will be held this week, Oxford, but all appearances indicate
and some hotly contested battles are that the Illin; nine will be a powerful
expected. one.
In the doubles, Scarnachia and Captain Simonich has been playing
Rockwell, all-campus champions for the best game of his career at. first.
the last two years will stack up with He is a timely hitter and a polished
Reilly and Pilcher. The singles will and experienced fielder. The second
bring together Reilly and the winner base problem is bothering Coach
of the semi-final round. The men Lundgren again this year. At pres-
contesting in the latter game are B. ent, Foulk, who was moved over from
Segall and Scarnachia. Reilly quali- third base, has, the call at the key-
fled for the finals, by defeating Olian stone position. Jestes and Burnett
21-10, 21-16. are also working for the place.

ber increased to 442. The pool was
closed yesterday. CAPTAIN BREYER STAR
When the pool is finally completed
much trouble being experienced now (Special to The Daily)'
will be eliminated. At present the Evanston, Ill., March 31.-With the
reguln'r Union filling system is used, National Intercollegiate swimming
causing numerous delays. Within a meet less than two weeks away Coach
period of three weeks, however, the ! Tom Robinson of Northwestern is
pool will be finishedeand theacleaning l usy rounding his charges into shape
and refilling will be done at night. for the big event.
The new circulating system willwork Northwestern won the Western
six times faster than the present sys- Conference title by scoring twice as
tem. The fact that it takes 20 to 24 many points as her nearest opponent,
hours necessitated the closing yester- and is strongly favored to cop the Na-
day and the now system will do all the tional title. In a trip to the Western
work in 4 hours at the most. The pool coast before the start of the Big Ten
will be opened again as usual at nine season, the redoubtable four . ,(reyer,
o'clock this m'orning. This new ool Manovitz, Howell, and Corbett) did
contains 103,000 gallons of water when not suffer a defeat, and added several
it is full. individual and relay records to their
On Sunday about half of the swim- credit.
mers used the coupon books, which Northwestern expects the strongest
were sold during the drive for the ; competition from Yale, Princeton, and
pools completion. On Monday how- the Navy. Captain Breyer and.Mano-
ever two thirds used coupons. The j vitz of the relay quartet are als3
pool has proved itself immensely entered in the 50 and 100 yard swims.
popular especially to certain individ- The two Purple dashmen will en-
uals. One Union member swam three counter their strongest opposition in
times on Sunday, morning, noon and Bronson of;Yale and Ruel of the Navy
night, Monday night at 11 o'clock in the 50 and 100 yard races. Ruel i
when the pool was closed up, thirty holds the present record for the 50
men were still in and only consented and Bronson is the holder of the mark
to get out after much persuasion. for the century.
Homer Heath wishes to reassure Northwestern's other two relay men
the swimmers that curtains now sep- I will devote their efforts to the 220
arate the inner secrets of the pool and 440 yard records with Howell
from the searching glances of the ranking favorite over Corbett: How-
street. Offcials also have suggested ever the Purple natator will meet up
that only those men who are quite with some stiff opposition in Sinclair
adept at diving should attempt to dive of the Navy who holds the present
from the 14 foot platform. Outside ! record, and in Hawkins of Princeton
of some petty calamities rdsulting who holds the mark for the quarter
from poor dives, everything has been mile.
Sgoing along smoothly, and the pool Manovitz will also=carry the Purple
promises to become one of the most j hopes in the backstroke, with Farrel
popular spots in Ann Arbor. taking care of the breaststroke de-
partment. Ortlepp and Lapook are
New York, March 31.-A projected consistent divers and stand an out-
bout between Johnny Dundee, retired side chance of placing in the spring
featherweight champion, and Louis board attempt. In th'e plunge for dis-
"Kid" Kaplan, the present title-hold- tance Robinson will only enter one
er, cannot be held until the New York ntan, Pareira. Druiding and Bonnell
boxing commission lifts the ban on will be Manovitz' tdam-mates in the
Dundee, imposed upon him because of backstroke race. Possessing four
his failure to meet Bruttonel in sterling individual performers and a
France. There is no indication that well balanced team, Coach Robinson
the ban will be lifted soon. is confident that his men will defeat
the Eastern entries in the annual
READ THE XIC1IQA1N DAILY classic.

Last Year's Title Holders Favored
To Repeat Last Season's
iPerformanice
TO PLAY THIS WEEK
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Tightening its grip upon first plac
in the intercollegiate league, Michi-
gan's informal bowling team, last
year's titleholders, won two tele-

Coach Fisher's squad defied the
cold winds yesterday in' game be-
tween teams captained by Steger and
Dillman, the latter team winning by
a S to 3 score. Due to the cold winds
which blew across the diamond, the
outfielders were not allowed to throw
with all of their speed. The infield
of Steger's team was ragged, and most
of the runs scored by the winners in
their big inning were due to misplays
on the part of the losers.
Captain Dillman's team scored in

graphic matches last week by de- the first frame, w agger He cracked a hard grounder to- Hag-
feating bothYale and Illinois in two singled over third, stole second base, gerty, and-before he could makel the
out of-three games played. # went to third on a fielder'1 choice, and play at first Sponsela scored with
One match will be rolled this week, crossed the plate when Ben Friedman Itheir final run.
when the Michigan bowlers encounter hit a ball in front of home plate, and
Rensellear Polytechnic institute to- no one was able to get to it in time. Chicago, March 31.-The Canadian
night: Results of this match will be The winners scored five runs in the club of Chicago today wont the West*
announced later, third frame. Ryrholm dropped Wil- ern soccer championship by defeating
The two teams holding first and son's fly and he ran all the' way to the Cleveland Thistles, 2 to 1. It was
second places in the regular intercol- third, scoring when the catcher let a the first western soccer championship
Iegiateleague will vie for, titular ball get by him. Giles stole sec- for a Chicago team.
honors in a special t game series to ond, and came all the way home on a
irecy afer spring vaca- slow play at first base on which Cap-
tion.At prsentit lo'oks sifinoi
il rs the osition forthe tain Dillman was retired. Haggerty T1#ACKMEN TO DO1PET
Michigan team. If Michgian wins this singled through the box, went to sec- IN STATE A. A: U. M]ET
sichigateam.dIfMictigianwnthisastnd on an error and scored a moment
series,' the handsome trophy wbn last later on a single by Pucklewartz. {
year will become the permanent pos-ITelatter also scored all the way. Twenty members of Michi-
session of the University. from first on a single by Friedman gan's Varsity track team may
Michigan's success this year as B sto sle y camedm e compete in the Michigan A. A.
been due to the excellent work ,f the on a single by Rich. a a h I U. Carnival to be'held in De-
following men: Locke, Warney, Mes- In the fourth the victors scored I troit; April 6 and 7, according to
ner, Carleton, and Lapp. Manager another run. Dillman was safe when J a decision of the Board in"Con-
Goetze states that the Michigan team Harris elected to make the play on trol ,of Athletics on' Saturday.
is composed of no individual stars, as j Giles at the midway station after the sCoachFarrell ha's not decided
the men bowl about of an average. httecr had walked. Haggrysn i yet just which rmeembers of thae
er w ggei ty sent his t e
captain to third with a single overI team will comfpetc-* becauae"' of
Larsing, Mich., March 31.--The Leg- second, and ircored when Sponsela more importa't meets which
islature reconvened yesterday prepar- 1 overthrew first. come during the' following two
ed to start clearing its decks for ac- Dillman's team got its last tally in weeks.
tion. the final frame. Giles drove hard

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