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Coach Fishier I cWI S~atisfied With
Teintms Itlay In Opener With
State College
Well satisfied with the showing of
his team against M. S. C. Wednesday
afternoon in the six inning game that
was broken up by rain, Coach Ray
Fisher gave most of his Varsity base-
ball squad a rest yesterday while
Jablonowski, Benson, Cherry and Wil-
son went through a light workout on
the wet diamond.
The Wolverine squad, in defeating
the State college, showed good form
for the opening game of the season,
making only one error, registering
10 hits, and displaying good pitch-
ing. Fisher and Walter, newcomers to
the Varsity, held the losers in check,
and three of the four runs scored by
the Farmers were gifts. Merle
Baker, who let two pitched
halls past him in the fifth inning
when the three tallies crossed the
plate, made the miscues because of an
injured thumb which he recieved ear-
ly in the game. He was unable to
straighten out the injured member for
the rest of the time he was in, with
the result that he could not' hold
his pitcher with his usual ability.
Coleman and Ryrholm, the two men
who are in the outfield this season
and were not on the squad last year,
showed great hitting power, one get-
ting a triple and a single, and the oth-
er a home run. Ryrholm accepted the
only chance that went to the Mich-
igan outfield. He is an infielder by
preference, but is being worked in
the garden for his hitting ability. He
would be unable to replace any one
of the veterans now on the infield
positions, but will be valuable to the
team because of his aptitude at bat.
Illinois will open the Conference
season for Michigan, coming here to
play the Wolverines tomorrow. The
Illini have a good ball club this sea-
son, having a fine pitcher in Kinder-
man and an able 'first baseman in
Captain Simonich. Coach Lundgre
had some trouble with his infeW
'early in the season, but has develop
ed a fasts fielding combination, al-
though the iifielders are not heavy
hitters. Coach Fisher will start Petc
Jablonowski against'the Suckers, with
Red Cherry handling the catching.
The Wolverine nine will go 'throug'
a long hatting and fielding practice
this afternoon 'if weather permits
Fisher hoped to be able to hold battin
practice yesterday, but the grounds
were to wet for the whole squad to
All entrants in any all-ampus or
inter-class activity conducted by the
Intra-mural department are request-
ed to report their new telephone
numbers to this office on or before
May 1. Either report to the Intra.-
nmural office at Waterman gymna-
sium or call 2268.
Ali-Campus Tennis
All first round tennis matches
must be reported by Wednesday noon
or the contestants will be eliminated.
This rule applies both to all-campus
and interfraternity tennis. If for
some reason or other these matches
can not be played off by Wednesday,
please call the Intra-mural office.
Following is a. schedule of the
second round which must be played
off and reported by Saturday noon:
Dougall 14S2M vs Benham 558;
Falk 3654 vs. L. Stein 1110J; Darba-
ker 2344J vs. Finkleman 1271; Gibson
'3010R vs. Greenspan 3051R; P. II.
Chapman 422M vs. Maloney 1271; H.
$egal 3124R vs. R. A. Cohn 2165R;
W. F. Dreyer 99M vs. Ducket 2106R;
McKnight 3015 vs. S. C. Oviatt 3507J;
fT. A. Marshall 1783W vs. Storms

1512W; D. 'Cluff 2600,1 vs. Sims
.051M; Basserdet 1051M vs. Davis
1808W; Thomas 595 vs. Arthur 825W;
Felix 2034R; vs. Watts 1330M;
Bruske 63 vs. Toevs 2220; Briggs vs.
Meyer 127311; Lappin 1510J vs. Laz-
arus 24201; Wolfenden 2738 vs. R.
Waterbury 1484.
All-Campus 1Horseshoe Singles
All these games must be played by
Monday, May 4. H. Goldberg 3654 vs.
Esten 3134R; R. S. Giest 231 vs.
O'Brien 3211; H. Segal 3124R vs. A.
Pekkla 2432J; S. Eisenberg 1526R vs.

It being avowedly true that track -
work, so the workout will be doubled records are more difficult to set on Buckeye Golfers Will IoH Light
up today if the field dries off. Ben- indoor tracks than on cinders the Workont in Preparation for {
son and Jablonowski were working on question now arises whether a mark '-o-orrow'- IaJi
control yesterday, while Wilson was set on an indoor track does not standWNT
polishing up his work around first as an o0fficial world's record. 1 WOLVERINES CONFIDENT!
hase, especially in the handling of Last Saturday afternoon George-
wide throws. town University's two mile relay Michigan's Varsity golf team run-
Wisonin' tam las te arstyteam set a mark of 7 minutes 42
here Monday. Either Benson or Wal- seconds for the distance at the Penn- ners-up in last year's
ter will start against the Badgers. sylvania relays. The papers of the ference race, is rapidly rounding intoj
Benson has been suffering from a sore country hailed it as a world's record. i form at the regular practices held at!
spot in his arm for the past week, But it was not the fastest time ever the Ann Arbor Golf club course everyE
but looked better yesterday and should made for the distance and was not a afternoon. Tomorrow, the Wolverinesf
be in perfect shape by Monday. world's record. Georgetown s quar- will meet the Ohio State team on the
tet, Brooks running in the position 1 lbcus nteoeigmtho
Sulliclubtcourse inethenopeningsmatch of
Goddard 484; L. Johnson 3493W Sullivan took at the Penn relays, e the season. The singles will be play-
E. Ma r 8; Cannon 3413W tablished a World's record of 7:41 cd in the morning, starting at 9 0'-
Donahue r 211; Wright 1366 vs. Rab- 6-10 at the Fourth Annual Indoor clock, and the doubles will be run off
nonht 986.1;- Sackt 321 vs. Leopold Chanrionship of the A. A. IU. at the at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. As;
nourtz 986J; Sack 3211 vs. Leopold 102nd Engineers Armory in New
Kentta 1797 vs. Caraway 1211 ork, the night of March 7. the gallery is oven to spectators, it is!
Marsh 1783W vs. Mazer 3124R; Die- Georgetown's two mile team is un- expected that a large crowd will be!
ner 231 vs. Swrutz 1268; Averbook doubtedly the greatest combination of Present.
3007J vs. Seligson 1324J; Merrick 1afmlers which has ever been seen The Buckeye golfers, together with
3211 vs. Vedder 879; Muscovitch 72J ha time. The marks Coach G. W. Eckeldeery, will arrive
vs. Cochran 1211R; Jackson 1273W on a track at one ninThe tws i Ann Arbor this morning, in order
vs. Specter 244R; Greenebaum 7512 record breaking performances will to have a light workout on the course
vs. 'Charter 3634; Stienhauer 3003J bekin siperforma kawll and become familiar with it, this aft-
vs. Small 2576W; Weiss 131 vs. Mc- y e on er ernoon. In all robability, the back
- - . il.d n. ro twenty years from now. Everything hit oa


C(nipetition Promises

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Coach Hoyt's freshmen track men
will compete in a trial meet at two
o'clock Saturday. Although the squad
has been training outdoors since
spring vacation, Coach Hoyt has not
been able to tell just what improve-
ments the men have made over their
indoor marks. It is for this reason
and also to let the men know just
how they stand on the squad that the
meet is being held.
There are so many men of prac-
tically the same ablity entered in
each. event that competition is bound
to be close. Laverity, Mintz, Ives,
Ruslander, Allen, Craig, and Kelley
in the 100 and 220 yard dashes; in the
440, Munger, Valentine, Boge, Brown,
Bybee, - Chapinan, Feinsinger, Healy,
Lawson, Potter; in the 880, Clark,
Carson, Kline, Mason, Rearick, Cap-

'Fencing Tournament Will Be
Held At Waterman Gymnasiumil
The all-campus fencing tournament The Intramural department \il
will be held at 1:30 o'clock today at present a medal to the winner of th1
Waterman gymnasium. Inmediately
following the fencing, a match for fenin tournanti ch wil 1. run
duelling swords and sabers will take off in elimination bouts. Provi<,A
place. The judges of the tourney will there are enough entries in the d -11c-
bDr. G. May of thie physical education iing swo>rds a(Isbr event, numra
school and Lieut. Rtichard T1. Schlos- sweaters will be awarded to the wili-
berg of the I. O. T. C. ner;.
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Mahon 1939W; M. Stien 3124R vs.
Dreyer 99M;®Marlcey 3211 vs.:L. Ei-
senberg 1529R; Shoesmith 1855 vs.
Norton 878J; Kramer 3007J vs Purdy'
All-Campus Horseshoe Doubles
The following games must be
played and reported by Monday, May
4: Werkey and O'Brien 3211 vs. Mer-
rick and Sack 3211; Shoesmith and
Mondertes 1855 vs. Kramer and Aver-
book 3007J; Greenbaum and Partner
751W vs. Spector and Rabnourtz
986J; Stein and Levy 3124R vs. Clark
and Beatty 1809; Mazer and Stein
3124R vs. Lyons and Deikel 1460;
Diener and Giest 231 vs. Caraway
and E. Cockran 1211R; Baer and
Goldberg 3654 vs. Wright and Schoet-
tley 1366; Norton 878J and Pekkla
2432J vs. Segal and Stern 3124R;
Eisenberg and Eisenberg 1526R vs.
Muscovich and Green 72J..
inter-Fraternity Tennis

considered the Penn relay perfor-
mance was the more brilliant and had
it not been for Swinburne's slump.
there would have been a mark set
which should stand for all time. In
the second race Swinburne ran his
half iii 1:58 3-5 while at the Indoor
championships he made 1:55 3-5. Had
his performance on the second occas-
ion been equal to that made on the
first the new mark would now stand
at 1:49, truly an "impossible" record.
This mark would have been 10 sec-
onds better than that of the old New
York Athletic Club team in 1921. 1
It will be noted that the marks
made by Marsters in the first race
and by Holden and Sullivan in the
second race are all equal to or better
than the old World's indoor record
for the half mile, set at 1:54 3-5 by E.
B. Parson at Buffalo March 19, 1904.

Lees- Will"te ' '" tit ""'" t't" tain Schmeling, and Townsend; in
petition at the fourth, sixth and sev- the mile run, Hinckley, Mason, Swin-
enth holes, thus necessitating longerl ton, Thoits, and Sabel;; Thoits, Whit-
drives. mer, Hill, and .Weistein in the two
As Professor Trueblood has left the mile; Cooper, Schroeder, Jones, Lich-
city for a few days, the responsibility stein, Parker, and Watson in the hur-
of picking the Michigan four-man dies; Parker and Arnidt in the shot
team will rest upon Carlton Wells '(put; McLelland, Arndt, and Thisted
and Capt. Mode Holdsworth. The men in the discus; Johnsoi and Grinnell
have been exhibiting good form in, in the hammer throw; Northrup,
the past week and the final selection 1 Townsend, Shafer, and McLelland iin
of the team will be difficult. Feeley the javelin throw; in the pole vault
and Glover have done very ,well this Bolton, Billingslea, McLelland, and
week, the former having shot a 71 j Arndt; in the high jump, Kelley, Wal-
and a 72, while the latter recently do, and Hall; and in the broad jump,
made a 76. ! West, Arndt, and Kelley.
In tomorrow's match, the Nassau or Almost all of these men have been
best-ball system of scoring will be training with the squad since last
used. The doubles will be judged as fall and should be able to turn in
to the best of all foursome. Due to some good marks. Just how the
the recent rainfall, the course is in freshman team lines up in compari-
fine condition for the match. ; son with the teams of former years,
-----and with the other yearling Confer-
Patronize Daily Advertisers - it ence teams will be determined Satur-
pays.-Adv. day.


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Following is the schedule of the R1ecordii set at 7:41.6
second round of the inter-fateurity Swinburne7
tennis tournament. These matches Brooks
:dust be played off andl reported to Holden
the Intra-mural office on or before Marsers
F'riday, May 1. . APRIL 25
Gamma Sigma vs. Sigma Alpha Mu; IOfficial ime, :42
hi Phi vs. Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Chi .
vs. Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Chi vs. Phi Holdenrn
Sigma Kappa; Sigma Phi vs. Delta Sullivan
Sigma Pi; Phi Delta Theta vs. Phi Marsters
Lambda Kappa; Delta Upsilon vs. Phi _arstrs_
Seta Delta; Bea Theta Pi vs. Pi
Lamda Phi; Sigma Chi vs. Phi Mu Badgers ToBui
Alpha; Kappa Nu vs. Nu Sigma Nu; -New
Phi Delta Chi vs. Phi Sigma Delta. N Field H
Winners of the first round matches
who are not listed in the above Madison, Wis., April 30.-A
schedule can find out their opponents to plans submitted to the 1
'y calling the Intra-mural office. Regents recently. the new fie

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Through the co-operation oft
Coach Mann and the official§ of
? the Union, Michigan's Intramur-
al department is planning an
all-campus swimming meet to
i)e held Thursday, May 7. The
meet includes 25 yard free style
breaststroke, and backstroke
f races, 50 yard free style breast
and backstroke .races, a 220I
yard free style event and possi-
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oi"ice. A relay meet is also be-
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length a man back and breast-
stroke. Entries for the relays
must be in by today.
The all-campus fencing tour-
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planned for Saturday will be1
held at 1:30 o'clock Friday af-

that the University of Wisconsin is
contemplating building will be com-
pletely equipped for all indoor sports
and have a seating capacity of 18,-1
500 for basketball games.
The new structure will be built
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It is planned to complete the build-
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