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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1926

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M SUA NSWIMMING TITLE1
(Continued from Page One)
Summaries
200 yard relay-Won by Minnesota,
Morris, capt. Richter, Moody, Sam
Hill; Michigan, second; Northwest-
ern, third. Time 1:40.2. Wisconsin
disqualified for stealing.
200 yard breast stroke - Won by
Carter, Iowa; Kratz, Wisconsin, sec-
ond; Purdy, Minnesota, third; Shorr,
Michigan, fourth. Time 2:47.2.
50 yard swim-Won by Herschber-'
ger, Wisconsin; Darnall, Michigan,
second; Sam 11111, Minnesota third;
Manovitz, Northwestern, fourth. Timeo
:24.1.
440 yard swim-Won by Samson,
Michigan; Lambert, Iowa, second;
Druiding, Northwestern, third ; Dav-
enport, Purdue, fourth. Time 5:37.7.
150 yard back stroke--Won by J.
Hill, Minnesota; J. Iaisted, Michigan,
second; HI aasted, Michigan third;
13onnell, Northwestern, fourth. Time
1:50.9.
100 yard swim-Won by Moody,
Minnesota; Sam Hill, Minnesota, sec-
ond; Darnall, Michigan, third; Mc-
Clintock, Iowa, fourth. Time .:55.4.
Fancy Diving-Won by Carter, Min-
nesota; Ratcliffe, Wisconsin, second-
O'Brien Illinois, third; Starret, Mich-
igan, fourth.
220 yard swim- )Ion by Samson,
Michigan; Moody, Minnesota, second;
Dithlmer, Purdue, third; Dunnakin,
Michigan, fourth. Time 2:29.2.
300 yard medley relay - Won byI
Minnesota, J. lill, Purdy, Bennet;
Wisconsin, second; Michigan, third;
Iowaa fourth. Time 3:23.7.
TO, START FRATERNITY
WRESTLING TOMORROW'
Interfraternity wrestling will get
under way at 7 o'clock tomorrow
night at Waterman gymnasium when
matches will be held in seven weights'
to determine the qualifiers for the
second round,
Straight elimination bouts will be
held as soon as the pairings are de-'
termined, and the title in the different
division will go to the man who goes
through an undefeated schedule in
each class.
Coaches Keen and Botcher, of the
wrestling squad, will be in charge of
the bouts. The bouts will be three]
minutes in length and in case there'
is no fall the point system will be
used to give a decision. A thirty sec- I
and time advantage is necessary to
win a match.
Starting tomorrow night bouts will
be held on successive nights until
the championships have been decided.;
All participants must weigh in to-
Morrow afternoon in order to be eli-
gible for the bouts. All men not pres-
ent at the roll call at 7 o'clock will1
be dropped from the tournament.

Climax Reached BALL TEAMSTARTS
In P rep U.lLs t' N F E D|PR AC T IC E
Basket Tourneys INIL

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MICHIGAN PLACES TWO MEN ON
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DETRITMarc 13-Buidin upTIVO Sets Of Infielders Pit Through
SDETROIT, March 13.-Building uipStiff Drill By Coach Ray
to a grand climax through a series
of elimination meets, Michigan state Fisher Vesterday
high school basketball next week-end
goes into the crucial regional tourna- SQUAD INJURIES ARE FEW
ments-the tournaments that will de-
termine the select teams that wall With the basketball floor removed
parch 2a n26state championships and a baseball diamond layed out in
District tournaments which closed the field house, Coach Fisher has
tonight at 26 towns and cities of the inaugurated infield practice as a rega-
state, weeded out all but the best Of lar feature of the daily workouts.
the Class B, C, and 1) teams. Regional Yesterday two sets of infielders
tournaments next Thursday, Friday
and Saturday bring Class A teams in- were put through a, stiff 15 minute
to the conflict for the first time and drill in handling ground hit balls.
at the same time provide the means The first infield to take the field was
of further reducing the number of composed of Gilbert at third, Weitzel
teams in the lower rankings. at shortstop, Skidmore at second, and
Fr om the eight regional meets Fuller at the initial cushion.
starting neat Thursday will come The second group consistcd of
eight teams in each class. These Friedman at third, Loos at shortstop,
teams one week later will play for Kubicek at shortstop, and Captain
the title in their respective division- Wilson at first base. Weitzel was the
Classes A an I) at Ann Arbor and goal keeper on the hockey team dur-
Class B and C at Michigan State col -Pig the past two seasons. Skidiore
lege, East Lansing. is a sophomore who made a promising
--- ---- start in football last fall but received
ra broken leg in practice about the
n mr lux time of the first game, and loos won
his numerals on the freshman baseball
team.
WIN BILLIAD MATCHES Pitcher Walter has caught. -cold in
I throwing arm and lhas been un-
Sableto pitch for the last few days.
Samuel Metler, '27, was crowned The remainder of the squad is free
king of the campus pocket billiard from injurie or sore arms although it
players yesterday afternoon at thee) is expected Sonme of the infielders will
Union, when he defeated George P. be temporarily affected with lame
Fifield; '- , by a score of 150 to 112. ar cs (ue to their first days of infieldj
Th match was closer than the score practice.
would indicate, but Metler showed his Parker and Neville are two recentI
superiority by his fairly consisteni t additions to the squad who are trying
play, that, at times, bordered on bri- out for infield berths. Parker, who
Iiancy. has been a regular on the football
The hampion stepped out to an team for the past three seasons is ex-
early lead of 50 to 15, but fell into a pected to make some of those whoE
slump soon after, and Fifield, by con- consider themselves almost regulars
tinual short runs, interspersed with hustle for their positions.
an 11 cluster, soon caught up.
As the 100 mark was reached Fi- Hugh Jennings, former Detroit
field had a lead of 25 noints, hut Met- manager and third base coach for the

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WERE TR.YI'4TO
! T ow T9t cca PRESS W5.
Nominating Dick herr
Because he steps out of the major
league leaving this record above all
others: He won two games in the
world series while most of his team-
! mates were trying to throw them.
Because after jumping to the inde-
pendents, he had sense enough to see
light and win back a place in or-
ganized ball.
Because he is going to hurl for San
Francisco this season, and try to show
the boys back in the big leagues that
his wing has still got some winning
gamnes in it.
Argentina will compete for the
Davis cup:

Coach Hoyt's Yearling Track SquadI
Scores Win N Time Trials Of
Telegraphic Meet
MONROE LEADS SCORINGI
On the basis of time trials held dur-
ing the latter part of this week Coach
hoyt's freshman track team conquer-
ed the Wisconsin yearlings by the liar-
row margin of a 46 1-3 to 43 1-3 score,
in the first telegraphic meet of the.
year for both squads.
Tlh Wolverines were especially,
strong in four events, the 40 yard high!
hurdles, 440 yard dash, half-mile, anld
the mile, while the Badgers gainedI
most points in the short 40 yard sprint,l
pole-vault, and the shotput.
For Michigan, Kelly, Medsger, and
Hfough in the 440, Monroe, Bunt, andI
Kelly in the half-mile, and Smith,
Wuerfel, and Eddy in the mile scored
slams, sweeping all three places in
each of these events in the order,
named.
High scoring honors of the meet.
went, to Monroe of Michigan with eight
I points, by virtue of his win in the'
880 and second in the mile. Kelly's;
six points in the 440 and 880, and
Roberts of Wisconsin six markers in
the broadjump and high, jump, placed
these two well up among the leaders.
PALM BEACH, Fla. - Florida's:
championship tennis match has of-
ficially opened with the largest nuni-
ber in 16 years entered in the compe-
tition. Vincent Richards is competing;
in the tourney.

Michigan placed two men on the
all-Conference hockey team that was
selected by the Big Ten coaches dur-
ing the past week. Trying a new sys-
tem for honoring the outstanding
hockey' players of the year the team
was selected by Coaches Barss of
*Michigan, Iverson of Minnesota, and
Iverson of Wisconsin jointly.
It was the aim of the mentors to
choose a squad that could place two
equally good forward lines on the ice,
and a defense comlbination tihat could
le capll)y substituted for the men
that were awarded he highest posi-
tions. In doing this, all forms of play
were considered, and each man was
picked on this basis.
Weitzel of Michigan was a unanim-
ous choice of the three' coaches for
the position of goal tender. Playing,

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his third successive' year of Confer- Weizel, Michigan...............G.T.
;nce hockey, he was never found Scott, Minnesota ........... ..... L.D.
wanting in a. pinch, and proved a McCarter, Wisconsin...........R.D.
great lwl) to his team, and his hel Olsen, Minnesota .......... .....C.
in dlirecting the team play through- Kuhlman, Minnesota....... .RW.
out the season was invaluable. Reynolds, Michigan, captain ....LJA.W.
In choosing the defense men the . Second Tean
coaches ran into unexpected difficult- Gross, Wisconsin.............0.
ies, due to the wealth of material for Jansky; Wisconsin..............R.W.
these positions. However Scott of Gustafson, Minnesota ... ....L.W.
Minnesota and McCarter of Wisconsin Gabler, Michigan...............L.D.
have the call. Scott especially played Roach, Michigan . ..............R.D.
a steady, strong gane, forming McLean, Wisconsin ............. .G.T

curate shot and a fast skater that
had no trouble in keeping up at all
times.
For right wing Kuhlman of Minne-
sota was chosen. He is without doubt
the fastest skater in the Conference,
and in addition is one of the best stick
handlers on the ice. He is noted for
his accurate trick shots from the cor-
ners, and has scored many points in
this manner. Kuhlman works well
into team play, and is exceptional on
defense.
R. Reynolds of Michigan is chosen
as right 'wing, and captain of the
team. Playing his third year on the
ice, Reynolds has proven himself to
be the hardest man to outguess in the
Conference and he has also displayed
remarkable back checking ability in
all games.
First Team

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strong barrier on the defense, and
playing an effective rushing game on
the offense. McCarter was a power-
ful. steady player and it was thought
that he would make a good running
mate for Scott.

BELLAIRE, Fla.- For the second
time this season in a Florida tourna-
nient, Glenna Collett, national wom-
en's golf champion, was defeated in
the fimial match. She lost the Florida

At center, -Olsen of Minnesota, play-' state championship recently. to Vir-
ing his third year, was also unanim- ginia VanWie, of Chicago' and Big
ously selected. IHe was an ideal man Rapids, and she lost the Belleire title
for the position, always' found at his yesterday to Miss Helen Payson, of
station, and proved to be a hard, ac- Portland, Maine.

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ler, combining runs of 14 and 10, soon
caught the pacemaker, and on the next
shot he r'ecovired the lead, which' he
never relinquished.
In the final match of the three-
cushion tournament, L'Hereux won.
over Levy 35 to 25 in a- close match
and annexed the campus three-cush-
ion crown. Both winners will be
awarded championship cups.
MANILA. - The Philippines chal-
lenge for the Davis cup emblematic
of the world's championship for team
tennis was cabled today to the Un-
ited States Lawn Tennis association.k
Illinois lost 16 'I' men in track
when the class of 1925 graduated. It
was one of the heaviest blows ever
given the sport by graduation.
PITTSBURGH.-Kiki Cuyler, right
fiielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, has
become a partner in a Pittsburgh real
estate firm.

Giants in past years, has signed a
three year contract to remain with the
Giants.

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We will put life and luster into
your hair for the week-end parties.
A trim always looks better a few
days after it is cut,
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milks keep you "at par" all
of the time.
Drop in at our fountains and
try one of these pure food
drinks. ..... It will keep you
pepped up for rest of the day.
CRIPPEN'S DRUG STORES

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suits for Spring. New
worsteds, finished and
unfinished, plain and
with dark stripes. Al-
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