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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1925

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SIX LOCAL MATMEN
WIN STATE TITLES,
Five Members of University Fresltmtn
Team Eakh Way into Final
Bouts

To Enter National Meet

CRANAGE GAINS A FALL
Wrestlers representing Ann Arborr
won six of the seven state champion-
ships in the Michigan state A. A. U. I
wrestling tournament held last night
in the local Y. M. C. A.
Five members of the freshman
wrestling team earned their way into -
the final bouts. George, in the heavy-
weight class and Jenkins,, in the 175
pound division were the only fresh-
men to win championship matches.
Doty, and Gillard, both members of
the 1924 Varsity wrestling squad, won
the 126 and 135 pound class champ-
ionships, respectively. Dickerson, of
Detroit, winner of the 116 pound title, L rcl
was the only representative of an out- Left to right: ick Howel, Ralp
side town to figure in the title honors. i and Coach ToRobinson.
In the opening bout on the program Northwestern's Conference champ-
foster, winner of the allcampus and ionship relay team, will be among the
al-freshman 115 pound champion-Ipurple representatives to enter the
ships, lost to Dickerson, of Detroit, on INPurpl resate tommng te
a clse ecison.Eary inthebou National Collegiate swimming meet
a close decision. Early in the bout Apri 10 and 11 at Evanston. The
Dickerson gained a few minutes ad- meet promises to be one of the fastest
vantage but the scrappy freshman re-_
gained his feet and fought hard until 1
the closing whistle. Cranage, all-campus welterweight
Doty, an "M" man from the 1924 champion, had little trouble winning
Varsity mat team, gained a victory in the 145 pound championship, throwing
the bantamweight class by defeating Davidson, of the Detroit "Y," in 7
Bern, of Detroit, in an overtime match. minutes 40 seconds. Donohoe, all-
Bern gained an advantage at the start campus 158 pound title holder, threw
of the match, but Doty regained top Maresh, of the freshman squad, in 7
side by using a double wrist lock ef- minutes 14 seconds to win the 158
fectively. At the close of the regular pound title.
period, the three judges called the Greiling and Jenkins, both students
match a draw, and had the men wrest- at the University, fought to a draw in
le two three minute overtime periods the light-heavyweight bout. At'the
to determine the winner. end of the two overtime periods there
Olander, of Flint, was defeated by was only 20 seconds advantage be-
Gillard, star lightweight of the 1924 tween the two men.
Varsity team, on a decision in the 1435 George, star freshman heavyweight,
pound bout. "Red" Gillard had a large; won a slow match from Grinnell, also
time advantage over his opponent and a member of the freshman team, win-
narrowly escaped throwing his man ning a judges decision at the close of
in the closing minutes. the regular period.

TBACKSTERSRED
FOR DETROIT MEET
Varsity Squad To Be Represented By
20 Men In Two Night
Competition
j GREAT FIELD ENTERED
Nine members of the Varsity track
squad will leave Ann Arbor tomorrow
afternoon to participate in the Michi-
gan A. A. U. relay carnival in Detroit.
These men will eat dinner in Detroit
and will run in their various'events
tomorrow night. They will return to
AnArbor immediately following the
meet.
SThe rest of the squad that is to com-
pete in the meet on Tuesday night,
consisting of 11 men, will leave at the
1same tim- on Tuesday and returning;
directly after the meet on Tuesday
night.
The men leaving tomorrow are Nor-
thrup, Hester, Leschinsky, Freyberg,
Hicks, Freeborn, Qlheiser, Feinsinger,
and Jung. Northrup is entered in the
invitational pole vault and as he clears
twelve feet consistently he is looked
upon as a sure point getter in thisi
event. Hester, although ineligible for
Varsity competition is entered in the
century, running unattached. He was
a member of the Canadian Olympic
team last summer and can be counted
on to show up well in his field. Vic
Leschinsky, another ineligible man,
is running the 220 unattached and
since he has tied the World's recotd
in this event, he is practically sure

of winning. Dick Freyberg. a stella
performer in the half mile is runningr], d , a e q a o
liehow tefrymi ae hs ng Lundgren Names Squad For
his favorite distance and providing Annual JogThroughSouth
he sowstheformtha hehasbeen N a g Th u h S u h
showing in the past indoor season he_ _
will undoubtedly come out on top. tt
Hicks, the Wolverine miler has per- (Special to The Daily) hitting warrants the selection.,Con-
formed capably during the past indoor Urbana, Ill., A1ril 4. -Coach Carl lIon has been outhitting both Foulk
season and should have little trouble Lundgren yesterday posted his choice and Jestes, while Foulk is rated a
in annexing the foremost position. He of 12 out of 15 men to depart tonight better swatter than Jestes, although
ran an excellent race in the Cornell he has been slumping considerably
meet, setting the Field house record for the southern baseball trip. The lately.
for the event. His tIme was 4:26 9-10. list includes: Captain Simonich, Worth,
There is also a medley relay team en- Barta, Jordan, Margolis, Paxton, Kin- outfielder choice is almqst al-
tered for this meet and the men run- derman, Hoffman, O'Shaughnessey, together a toss-up, there being four
ning in it are Freeborn (880), Ohlhei- Ericson, Godeke, and Olson. The oth- fly-catchers who are almost equal in
ser (440), Feinsinger (440), and Jung er three will be announced after prac. every respect. The quartet are Woody
(mile). tice this afternoon. Woodson, Theo. Ponting, Jake Stahl,
The mteet itself will be one of the As the list included only three in- 1 and Freddy Major, each one of whom
finest ever staged in Detroit and willl fielders, it is 'robable that two of the is good enough to get the call. Coach
see an array of stars such as has remaining men will be of the ground Lundgren says that he has made no
never been seen before with the ex- scooping species, while the other will choice among these boys and does not
ception of the Olympics. Such per- in all probability be an outfielder. exactly know how his final choice
formers as Nurmi, Ritola, Frigerio, But who these men will be is a pro- will go. It is generally believed that
Plant, Ray, Osborne, Watson, Connolly, blem. It is a certainty, however, that Stahl will be the lucky man, although
Hahn, Scholz. Riley and Coafee are no more catchers and Ditchers will be there is nothing official about' this
scheduled to appear. Of course it is chosen as this list is practically clos- I statement.
highly probable that a few of these ed. The opening game of the trip will be
will withdraw, but still there will be j For the infielders, the leading can- played tomorrow afternoon at Oxford,
enough left to make the meet inter-! didates to bej chosen from are Chief Miss., against the University of Mis-
esting. I Jestes, Larry Foulk and Pat Conlon. sissippi. The line-up for Illinois will
Jestes and Foulk are both defensive j probably be Paxton, cf, Jordan, ss,
Minneapolis, Minn., April 4.-Major players of the first calibre, and both Worth, 3b, Kinderman, If, Margolis,
Ray Hill, former assistant football! have had experience. However, Coach rf, Simonich, ib, Foulk or Jestes, 21),
coach at Iowa will come to Minnesota: Lundgren stated that Conlon could by Ericson or Godeke, c, Hoffman or 0'-
next fall and be in charge of the R. 0. no means be counted out. The young- Shaughnessey, p.
T. C. at the university. ster is not too good a fielder, lacking
the polish of his competitors, but he Patronize Daily Advertisers - it
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ii Breyer, Paul Corbett, Paul Manovitz,
in the history of the annual event,
with swimmers from Yale, Princeton,'
U. S. Naval Academy, Chicago, Illi-
nois, Minnesota, and probably Michi-
gan possibilities in the listed events.
Princeton, Yale and Northwestern are
the class in the meet in the 200 yard
relay, each having lying up times
varying from 1:37 to 1:39. The 100]
yard free style should result in ex-I
cellent time, with Breyer, the Purple
ace, and Bronson of the Navy the out-
standing entries. Bronson has doneI
the distance in the long pool in faster
time than Breyer.

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