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SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1925


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RAOMNDCoach Mann's Proteg
Take Con e
WISCS U9lNTERSGH LASTlCS tMichigan's swimming team intendsf
to make ;a strong 'bid for the _cham..ti
(Continued from Page One) Sce rothers of ayen h pionship in 1925-26.
Soole.i vault at 12 feet, while Huff tied School 1)efeated In Singles by .' The Varsity squad will be strength-t
for third. Munz and Doyle, by tak -Sihorridge Nenien ened by 'several newcomers from the
ing second and third in the shot be- _ _freshman aggregation who show
hind Schwarze3 kept the Badgers from promise of developing into real stars.
making many points in the event, and DOUBLES PLAY KEEN I Darnall and Batter in the 40 and 100I
In the discus throw Schravesand and yard dash will give Gow and Samson
Doyle took first and second, relegat- Christena of the Shortridge High a real battle for first place, andt
ing the Irish Giant to third place. In School exhibited wonderful form by Dunakin will have to fight to hold his
the high jump Weeks took second be- Iposition on the relay quartet. Shorr ,
hind McGinnis of Wisconsin, and in defeating Ken Schafer of the Rayen is undoubtedly one of the best breast-
the broad jump Hubbard took first and High School, 7-5, 6-3 in the semi- stroke men who has been discoveredt
Northrup third. On a trial jump Hub- finals yesterday afternoon. Elrod, in years and will push Whittingham
hard leaped 25 feet 5 2-4 inches, with- also of Shortridge, upset Bill Schafer, and Mielziner to the limit. "Bob"
in an inch of the World's record. Phil 6-2, 6-8, 6-2 in the semi-finals. Halsted is also a freshman breast
Northrup took another five points for In the semi-finals of the doubles, stroker of some note who will battlef
Michigan. in the javelin throw with a Shortridge defeated Northwestern for a place on either the medley relay
mark of 191 feet and Palmer took 6-0, 6-3. The Schafer brothers of the fr as a team representative in the
third. Hawkins and MacCafree took Rayen School defeated Pontiac 6-4, front stroke. Mayer, an "AMA" man
first and second in the hammer throw. 6-3. The finals of the singles will be this year will also be back.
SUrrARIES played off this morning at 9:00, anti, The Halsted brothers, John and
100-yard dash-Won by Hubbard, I the doubles at 10:30. 'Bob" will also be important factors
IVkchigan; second, Wittman, Mich- The results of the 3rd round singles in the backstroke event. The substi-
igan; third, Francis,'Wisconsin. Time, e . otution of the medley relay for the
:97-10. a.es, Kalamazoo Central 6-3, 6-1;;t plunge has been a decided advantage
One mile run-Won by Schutt, Wis- H ife, aon efted -',to Coach Mann's squad, as Siedman'
cose;tecnd Scaer aonwasae arh
consin; second, Cassidy, Wisconsin; rt was, elod, oridg, s the only plunger of any ability
third, Vallely. Time, 4:23 9-10. n, 'ron the team, while Mann has a host of
220-yard dash-Won by Wittman, defeated Brayton, N. W., 6-1, 3-6, 6-3; good breast and back stroke men.
Michigan; second, McAndrews, Wis- an Bill Schafer, Rayen, defeated Lack of good diving material will
;consin; thfird, Voelker, Michigan. Clark, Pontiac 61, G-3. again be the team's greatest difficulty.
Time, :21 5-10. The results of the second round Starrett who won his letter this sea-
120-yard high hurdles-Won by doubles are: Shortridge defeated son will again be back, but there will
,Walk, Michigan; second, McGinnis, Kalamazoo Normal 6-2, 6-2; North- be no other veteran in this depart-
Wisconsin; third, Jirtle, Wisconsin. westen defeated. Ann Arbor 6-3,ment. Coach Mann is anxious that
Time, :15 3-10. 6-2; Pontiac defeated Ypsilanti 6-, a number of tumblers from the gym-
440-yard dash-Won by Kennedy, 6-4; Rayen defeated Battle Creek 6-1, nastic squad report for the squad1
Wisconsin; second, Feinsinger, Mich- 6-1.'-'
igan; third, Herrnstein, Michigan. Itramural Title
Time, :486-10. 4 . BftlI Toa
Two mile run-Won by Perry, Wis- Won By Betas For
consin; second, Kubly, Wisconsin; Time Row
third, Piper, Wisconsin. Time 9:46 [[ISPiE J'J ThTrd Tme In Row
+ 220-yard low hurdles-Won by Repeating its performance of the
Hulse, Michigan; second, Walk, Mich- I peating, its peroae oi ei
igan; third, Lasser, Michigan. Time, ' Michigan's Varsity golf team has past two years, eta Theta Piromped
:24 8-10 been ille since the overwhelming vc- away with premier honors in the fra-
Half mile run-Won by Reinke, tory scored against Detroit college ternity competition conducted by the
Michigan; second, Freyberg, Mich- last Saturday. The team is practicing intramural department this year. The
igan; third, Hart, Michigan. Time, constantly for the future tests, so as Betas won the race with 1015 points,
1:56 7-10. to retain their winning form. a good margin over their nearest
Pole vault-Northrup , Michigan, No match will be played until June competiotrs, Phi Sigma Kappa, who I
and Krieger, Wisconsin, tied for first; 12, on which date the Wolverine links- I placed second with 943 points. Phi
Huff, Mlch~igan, and Schmidt, Wiscon- men journey to the Midway for a Sigma Delta was a close third with
sin tied for third. Height, 12 feet. match with Maroon slquad. Evn 904 Points.
"hot put-Won by Sehwarze, Wis- though, the Chicago players are the In the professional division Phi
consin; second, Munz, Michigan; present team champions of the Con- Chi took first place with a total of
third, Doyle, Michigan. Distance, 48 ference, Michigan's team should en- 967 points and Phi Lambda Kappa
feet, 1,3-4 inches. counter little trouble in 'adding an- was the runner-up with 838.
l ghi jump -'Won by McGinnis, Wi- other victory to their string making Rivalry in both divisions at all
eonsirn second, Weeks, Michigan; it 5 in a row. times has been unusually keen and
third, tie between Burgwin, Michigan, The real test of the season will take! the outcome was always. i doubt.
and Tuhtar, Wisconsin. Hieight, 6,place in Chicago the following week, The fraternities are to be commend-
feet. when the Conference teams will jour- ed for the fine spirit of sportsman-
Discus throw-Won by Schraves- ney to the Windy City to decide the ship exhibited throughout the year.
and, Michigan; second, Doyle, Mich- various championships. Mode Holds-i
igan; third, Schwarze, Wisconsin. worth, Michigan's captain and di Princeton, N. J., May29
Distance, 132 fee, 5 3-4 inches. vidual title holder ofthe Conference pete review of the rowing crews by
Broad jump-Won by Hubbard, should encounter little difficulty Is
Michigan; second, McAndrews, Wis- annexing the title for a second time. the Priscetnr Rowinnce of it om-
couin tir, Nrtru~ icigan. nir team as well should un- th-first performance of the Con-
conisin; third, Northrup, Michigan. Jh nieta swl hudu-tenemnent drama, and the laying of
Distance, 24 feet, 9 3-4 inches. (loubtedly follow the example of theirntecnene drma, nd tlai
Javelin throw-Won by Northrup, captain an win the team ,ionors. t cerstone th ne erst
Michigan; secondl u, Wiconin;. Jchaplamfeature th eacomeemn
third, Palmer, Michigan. Distance, 'EA^^ THE CLASSIFIEI ADS k program this year.
191 feet.
Hammer throw-Won by Hawkins,
Michigan; second, McCaffree, Mich-
igan; third, Tressler, Wisconsin. Dis-
tance, 143 feet, 13-4 inches.
An 80 'page athletic year book,
printed in brown rotogravure
and containing nearly 200 illus-
trations of Michigan teams in
action, will be placed. on sale I I
throughout the city next week C uS
and more than 7,000 additional earC am pu Styl
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high school students through- atrOn e
out Michigan.

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es Plan To W
renceTitle Next YRear0E
next fall. If there are any tumiblers
who are thinking of reporting it
-would be well for them to do a little,
springboard work this, summer, so I Ilchigal Leds (o"Iferellce With one
that they may quickly round into con- Defeat. 11n .T oday Clinches
dition next fall. Chanmpiouship
Michigan will be represented by a
water polo team in the Conference JEROME ENDS PLAY
next season. This is the first time
that the Wolverines have entered this With the Western Conferenec
sport. All of the members of the team qhampionsh'ip practically cinched.,
are taking home water polo balls this
vacation and will.Avork to perfect (.Michigan's. Varsity. tennis team en-
athei technquedurink the summerecounters the Wisconsin netmen in the
their techniqueduringthe summer. A l dual match of the 1925 aso
good throw is particularly desirable, at two o'clock this afternoon on th
and only long practice will develop at two atlFkrry fer
ability in this department of the courts at, Ferry field.
game. As this will be the first year Since the Wolverines have won five
for water polo in the Big Ten Mich- out of six Conference matches player'
igan stands an even chance with the this year, and have engaged in mor
other schools., Last year water bas- matches than any other school in the
ketball was the supplementary sport Conference, they will win the champ
instead of polo. ionship if they :defeat the Badgers to-
All of the swimmers also will do day.,There is little doubt that the3
their best to improve during the sum- Wi-L' do it, for the Wisconsin team
mer, and Coach Mann has laid out a this xyear is very weak.
definite program for most of the men. '..Michigan's representative in to-
Any men that intend to try out for day'S match, as. selected by "Bob'
next year's squad had better get into Angell who has been directing the
condition during the summer months j team, will be the same four men wh
as intensive training will be begun Ihave been carrying tho burden in thu
as soon as school opens. Coach Mann previous matches., Paul Jerome
has carded a number of local meets jplaying his; last tennis match foi
during the fall so that the men will Michigan, will .e the number one
not be competition shy when they get ma, wi,.h. Captain Crane, filling th
into the Conference meets. . .second position. Krickbaum ant
Coach Mann will not take charge Vose will- again fill the third am
of the swimming pool this summer as fourth berths on the team, and if Wis
he has to leave on June 3 for his boys' consin brings a five-man team, Elliot'
camp, however the pool will not be will be Michigan's fifth man.
closed,, (earald Barnes, formeF swim-1
iming coach assuming charge.. Les-! Lansing, Mich., May 29.-The va
sons wi". be given during the summer lidity of the Anti-School Fraternit)
at a nominal sum. Act, which becomes effective next
The tentative swimming schedule August, must be tried out in the
includes meets with Wisconsin andi courts, according to indications to-
Chicago here, with Illinois, North- day.
western, Iowa, and Indiana as possi-

Ypsilanti, Mich., May 29.-The Berlin, May 29.-Official circles to-
I fourth anpual May Festival given by day denied the report that Germans
students of the Central School here, were enroute to Morocco to become
was held yesterday in Quirk Park. officers under Abd-El-Krim.



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