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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Freshmen Take Six Of Seven Iatehes
In All-Campus Wrestling'
Cilamnpionships j
LAMONT WINS FAST BOUT
Five all-campus wrestling chaim-
pionships were decided yesterday at-1
ternoon at Waterman gymnasium in
the final'bouts of the two day tourna-

ISPORTOSCOPE JREVIEWS
I MICHIGA''S ATHLETICS
Philip Pack, director of the
Michigan news bureau, has ar-
ranged an agreement with the
1 arcade store of Van Boven, Cress,
and Thompson to place a bulletin
oard in one of the windows of
the store, showing news and hap-
penings of Michigan's sports.
E At present there is a display of
dhe 14 Wolverine All-Americans
and also pictures of track, base-
ball, and hockey men. The dis-
play will be changed weekly.

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ment sponsored by the intramural de-
parnent. Rubin and Baldwin, fly-
weight and heavyweight respecively
won titles in their divisions Friday.

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VETERAN HURLER'S SUGGESTION 601F 90, Indiana Ball Team To Make
MAY HELP ROOKIEiMAKE GRAD "Annual Trip South Next Week
Coach Everett Deaniwil lead his In- of fly chasers. Ray, Derr, Byer;,
Prospects for a strong golf team are diana university baseball team, chain- :outhwick, Logan and Laws are all
nusually bright this year, according pions of the Western Conference, *o new material. The first three are
pblicsTryeboo, theihotosPr.Trebmao.of the lnd of Dixie early next week sophomores and numeral men from
public speaking department, who is :i The Crimson mentor will take a squad the 1925 freshman, crew. All are
charge of the team. ! of 15 players south, leaving Bloom- evenly matched for positions and any
A squad if 15 candidates who have iigton Wednesday and playing the three have a chance to make the Dixie
been working out at Yost field house first game against Mississippi univer- invasion. Irwin and Correll may be
- r for the past few weeks under the di- sity April 1, at Oxford, bliss. shifted from the infield to the garden
rection of Carlton Wells, of the Following the clash at Oxford, the should it become necessary.
rhetoric department, are gradually team will mix with Luisiana uiver- Captai Druckamiller is the leading
aarfI ound ig into form. There are three sity at Baton Rouge, La., and fih up candidate for second base. His bat-
veterans from last year's team among the southern trip April 5, 6, and 7 ting average was .309 in Conference
}the candidates, Captain Feeley, Hast- with games at Nashville, Tenn. games last season and in 1924 he had
ings and Glover. Of the new men With less outdoor work to its credit a .300 percentage. He was a member
trying out for positions, Cole, Neu- at this time of the year than any var- of the basketball squad this winter
Sman and Vysc are showing the most siy diamond squad inyears, Coac- and is in great shape.
: ?mise. Dean's outfit is diot ult to select. Per- Druckamiller was charged with only
The first cut in the squad will not sistent and unusually cold weath r one error last season. Against Min-
be made until after the spring vae,- has kept the Crimson ball tossers in- nesota he scored Indiana's only run
tion period. The number of candi- side most of the tim. The smallness with a crash to the outfield for a home
dates will then be reduced to eght, Iof the gymnasium for this kind of run. In 1925 he drove in the winning
and it will be from these eight men work has added more handicaps ito run against Purdue. His ability to
who survive the cut, that the four who Indiana basemen. scoop up hot rollers and throw with
will represent the Wolverines in con. FReplacing last ye r's stellar outfield an accurate peg have made him dan-
petition this year will be selected. is probably the biggest problem faa gerous at the keystone sack.
ing Coach Dean. Not a single man
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Numeral sweaters will be awarded
to the winners in each of the seven,
weight divisions. These men are,
Maxwell Rubin, '29, 115 pounds; Lewis
Gleukauff, '29, 125 pounds; Lawrence
Lamont, '29Ed, 135 pounds; Louis}
Wolf, '27L, 145 pounds; Wentworth
'Durant, '29, 158 pounds; Tracy Smitli,
'29, 175 pounds; Clarke Baldwin, '29,
heavyweight.
Lamont, the plucky 135 pounder,
won this title from Shore by a fall
'after 4 minutes 30 seconds. Although
he had been forced to wrestle his
seniifinal bout earlier in the afternoon
downing Hinchberger, Lamont foregd
tl' wrestling the entire time, and
Shore was content to take the defen-
sive. After applying a great variety
of holds without success, he managed
to pin Shore's shoulders to the mat
iwith but 30 seconds to wrestle when
everyone had come to the decision that
Lamont could do no more than win by
a time advantage.
Wolf won the 145 pound class by,
throwing Maebius in 3 minutes 10
srconds of methodical wrestling quite
In contrast to the spirited battle of
Lamont and Shore. Earlier intheday
Wolf had advanced to the finals at'
the expense of Paull with a big time
advantage., Maebius pinned Ratner,
in the other semi-final bout.
Durant was victorious over Hall at
158 pounds securing an advantage of
more than 2 minutes. Durant's show-
iug has been outstanding for he only
weighs 148 pounds.
Gleukauff won over Mendelson by a.
fall in the 125'pound division in a good
bout, and the final event of the after-
noon was the announcement that
Smith won the 175 pound champion-
ship by default.
TED SULIAN ARANGEs
BENEFIT BO1XNG SHOW,

This is the time of the year when
every major league team has three
Cobbs in the outfield, a Frisch or two
in the infield and an assortment of
Vances, Johnsons and Alexanders
ready for hurling duty.
Luke Sewell's little holdout on the
Cleveland management won't do him
]uch good : he's going to be married
Milton Stock says he won't play for
the Dodgers for less than' $12,000 a
Year. .Milton takes great Stock in
himself:
Every time so e Qdy tries earn-
estly to make the public believe that
college football fso't commercial-
ized, Yale, Harvaard and Princeton
raise the gridiron prices.. Tickets
wljihele ke bucks this fall, it is
ann iced.
Dutch RuOther is still mad at Mana-
g er Harris of the Senators because the
latter wouldn't let him pitch the last'
gamne of the World's Series. Dutch
had his bathing suit and water wings
all ready.
American League race seems al-
ready settled. Seven club owners
i are picking their own teams and
Lee FoM of the Red Sox is playing,
the field.
The Detroit Y. M. C. A. basketball.
five has left for Toronto, where it will
enter the International tournament.
Miss Helen Wainwright will at-
tempt to jwim the English channel
this summer.
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If George Pipgras, right handed
pitcher, finds himself fitting into Mil-
ler Huggins' pitching staff for thej
coming season he can thank Fred
Toney, former Giant pitching wizard,
for a measure of his success.
And he probably will. For he frank-
ly gives the old giant wizard credity
for correcting a foot-fault in his
pitching which has improved his ef-
fectiveness.
Pipgras hurled for Nashville last
sea on. - He won 19 games for the
Souhern league club.gHe lost but 15.
He broke into 52 games. He lacked
control in many, however.
Toney watched the youngster labor,
through part of the season and thbn
suggested the change in his foot work
that brought results. Pipgras had
been turning his left foot (his front'
one) out as he threw his body for-
ward with the pitch.

Without realizing it he was partly
off balance at times when letting go
of the ball. This, of course, hindered
his control at such times.
Toney p~ointed out the reason and
suggested that if Pipgras turned his
foot in instead of out he wuold find
himself holding his balance better.
George took the suggestion kindly and
profited. In the closing weeks of the
campaign histcontrol was much better.
"And Huggins will see this spring
that it is," remarked Pipgras after
giving Toney the credit due him.
NEW YORK. - Adrian Paulen,
Dutch middle distance runner, has
been granted an extension of his per-
imit to appear in the United States.
The Chicago White Sox have some
of the hardest hlitting outfielders in
the game today.

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Senior Canes should be ordered before vacation

Monday, March' 29th

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Coach Ted Sullivan has arranged a
feature boxing show to be held at 8:30
o'clock Thursday night in the Armory
here for the benefit of the National
Guard.
The feature bout promises to be one
between Let Philbin and Jack Hoover,
both University of Michigan students,
,who are professionals. Philbin is
especially well known for his work in
the ring and will box at his favorite
weight, 150 pounds.
The best amateur talent in Michigan
has been secured, according to Coach
Sullivan, the boxers bei'ng the same
men wh&o recently fought to packed
houses at the Armory in Grand Rapids
and at the Elks club in Detroit.
Joe Inglis, Michigan flyweight cham-
pion, will take on Joe Barkowitz, run-
ner-up in this weight. Ross Colton,
'champion featherweight, is to oppose
'.oe Connell for the title. Larry
Wheeler, 145 pounder who was award-'
ed the medal for being the best boxer
in the Western tournament, will meat
Frank Lathrop, a University boxer.
FRATERNITY CAGE FINALS
TO BE iELDi WEDNESDAY
Sigma Alpha Mu will meet Phi Kap-
pa Sigma for the championship of the
class A interfraternity basketball
tournament, in a game to be played
at 8 o'clock Wednesday at Waterman
gymnasium.
After a long period of elimination
rounds the Phi Kappa Sigma team
finally defeated the Theta Xi five and
earned the right to play for the title.
Games scheduled for Monday in the
various leagues follow: Society league,
7:45 o'clock-Walworth club vs. Lo-
yole club; Polonia Literature Club vs.
Akron Club; Webster Club vs. Ohio
Club. At 8:30 o'clock Mt. Clemens
Club vs. Lawyers' Club.
In the class B elimination round to
be held Monday, the following teams
will meet: 8:30 o'clock, Phi Kappa
Sigma vs. Delta Chi;: 9:15 o'clock,
V q , Ni qPhi :Chi: Phi Lambda.

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