TIAE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, -MARCH 12, 1922)
PAQE SIX FRIDAY, I~IAliCH 12, 1k~26 ~
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
COMPETI i ION
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TANK TEAMS HERE Hold Title Hopes Of Hatvkeyes PREPMEET WILL
InMinnesota Battle Tomorrow
FOR TITLE MEET, i I BE HELDMARiCH 20
MUicigani And1( Ilinne~oi a IFavored To .. ...... " .l ..
Northwestern And Iowa
Preliminaries in the Western Con-
ference championship swimming meet4
will be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight
in the Union pool with nine out of
ten of the Big Ten schools represented.
Northwestern and Minnesota's
teams arrived yesterday afternoon
and the remainder of the squads are
expected to arrive this morning. With
perfect dual meet records, Michigan
and Minnesota are favored over thej
other schools for first place in the
finals which will be held tomorrow
night, although Northwestern and
Iowa are conceded an outside chance,
fori the championship.
Minnesota will rely mainly on her
star performers to carry the brunt of
her charge for the title, while Coach j
Mann's natators are expected to gar-I
ner a good many of their points from
second, third and fourth places.
Tonight's races will.see the elimi-
nation of many championship con-
tenders, as the competition in the
meet this year promises to be the
strongest ever. Considerable interest
is being given to the dash events in
the preliminaries out of which five
men from such an array of stars as
Capt. Jack Gow, Robert Darnall, and
Paul Samson, of Michigan, Herschlber-
ger of Wisconsin, Dithmer of Purdue,
Manovitz of Northwestern, Moody and
Sam Hill of Minnesota, and McClin-
tock of Iowa will be picked for the
J. Hill of Minnesota is the favorite 1
in the back stroke event with the Hal-
steed brothers of Michigan also con-;
sidered in the running. Most the menI
who have stood out in the Conference
this year in the breast stroke will get
into the finals. Outside of such men
as Carter of Iowa, Purdy of Minnesota,
Kratz of Wisconsin, Shorr and Whit-
tingham the remaining breast strokers
in that event are only of a mediocre
The 220 yard free style preliminary
11102, School ;From 31 ic1'igall, Ohio,
And lndiana To "end l;s Tl
Second MAnnal 1We
OLD MARKS TO FALL
S vicbigan's second annual iner-
scholastic track meet will be held on
Saturday, March 20, at Yost field
house and judging from the entries
already received the meet promises
to furnish keen competiti>ion.
Detroit Northwestern high school,
champions of the inauguration of this I
tournament in 1925, has not yet en-:
tered a team but it is expeeled that
it will be represented at the meet.
In the meet last year the North-
western team more than tripled De-
troit Cass hwih school, who placed
second, in the number of points scar-
ed. The hireimer annexed oight out of
the 12 events on the piogranm andi i
four of these scored extra points.
The events on the program thisl
year will be the same as last year's;
the 50 yard dash, 50 yard low and 60I
yard high hurdles, 440, 880, and mile
runs, high jump, broad jump, pole
vault, shot put, medley, and straight
The time set in the meet last year
will be considered as the record
maiks for the tournament and many
of these should fall in the coming
In the meet 1l<.st nar.Nrhwestern
HARVARD STAR RETURNS __
A E A t l l C AHArnold H orw een star on H~ ar-
1919 and 1920 will return to his
alma mater next fall as head Rookie named Salmon in Brooklyn
football coach. He will succeed baseball canip says lie doesn't care to;
Robert T. Fisher who retired last be the canned kind.
fall after several lean seasons. j
Horween shone at fullback What Babe Uuth wants to keep In
and was known as an excellent in s tactthattheresnn
Idrop kicker. Since graduating ;inhdogste agoodthresolutian
he has helped coach the Chica- and the end of te season.
go Cardinals, a professional
team and hopes are again heldI
for a successful season next fall Trapshooters shot up 8,000,000 clay
for the Crimson. pigeons last year. Which is just a}
few less than the number of citizensl
the gunmen used for target practice.
Pool Tournament Franie Frisch has signed his
aches Finals t w ithe "Iants. N ow for
the annual rumor that he is to sta.
coed 3l'-raw as ilainager.
All matches in the semi-final round
of the straight rail and three cushion It leaks out now that Freddy Spen-
divisions of the all-campus billiard ccr, bicycle sprint champion, has been
married since last December. Won-
tourney were completed yesterday aft-F der if he figures he can keep ahead of
ternoon at the Union. Special con- the collectors on a bicycle?
cession was granted tothe semi-final- ----
ists in the pool tournament and they Jim Maloney, Boston heavyweight
must report their matches tonight. who was once supposed to be in line
All finals will be played off in the for Jack Dempsey's crown, has quit,
Union billiard room Saturday after- the fight game for the fish business.
noon. L'Heureaux and Levy will play Decided there was more money in
the fin0l match in three cushions at ( cod than suckers. .
One King doesn't want to be, crown-
ed. It's the one who's after the ban-
PROVIDENCE, R. I. - Edward L. tamweight title.
McMillan, captain and center of last -
year's Princeton varsity football team, Cardinals have only minor league
has signed as a member of Brown un- teams booked for exhibition games
iversity's football coaching staff. He this spring. Hornsby probably figures
1IN FIELDERS TO ET
Several New AlenReport To Coach
Fisher; Oosterbaain To Try For
PITCHERS LOOK GOOD
Coach Ray Fisher announced yes-
terday that infield practice would
start for his baseball candidates at
the field house today. The basketball
court has been removed and the
ground is now in good shape for in-
Several new men have reported to
Fisher this week. The list includes
Gawne, a pitching prespect of the
basketball squad, and Roach of the
hockey team. It is expected that
Benny Oosterbaan, Michigan's all-Am-
erican end and a letter winner on
Coach Mather's victorious basketball
team, will report before the end of the
week. Oosterbaan -k Hected to.
make a bid for one of the infield
Fisher's pitching staff is gradually
rounding into form. Jablonowski and
Walters, veterans of last year's nine,
are looking good. Of the new pros-
pects, Miller and Ruetz look espe-
cially well. Cromwell, a left hander,
is expected to be a valuable member
of this year's staff. He should add
considerable effectiveness to the staff
as a whole. Southworth, a sopho-
more, is showing improvement, but
Thorne, who looked so promising a
week ago, is still troubled with a sore
V \an Deu~en (above)
1-th1, -acvo a 'txu-etn'
a jg 11 + a :high school amassed a total of 51 1-2 will be under D. O. McLaughry, new
points, while Cass Technical school head coach.
totaled 14 points. Charles Ross, of I
By winning the remaining game on their schedule the Iowa basketball the winning team, was responsible for I
team will go into a tie for first pla ce in the Conference standing with firsts in both the 50 yard dash and the
Michigan, Purdue, and Indiana. 50 yard low hurdles. His time in the
Harrison and Van D usen are two of the Iowa regulars who will bear former event was 5 3-5 seconds, and I
the brunt of the attack. , The game is the final game of Conference basket- in the latter, 7 seconds flat.
t ball this season and will be played at Minneapolis. Entries have been received from
the following high schools: Flint !
heat should prove an interesting one first time a Conference championship Central, Battle Creek, Waite, Toledo,
as this is the first time that any of has ever been held in a 25 yard pool. Detroit Cass Technical, Froebel, Gary,
It will also mark the first time that Elston, Michigan City, Indiana, Sagi-
the entries will swim the race in Con- I
h the meet has ever been held at any haw, and Centerville.
ference competition this year, as it is i other place than Chicago or Evanston. - -
not on the dual meet schedules. Thirteen members of the Detroit
All the times made in this meet will FTigers have not yet reported at An-
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