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SIGMA ALPHA MU
Ph; Kappa Sigma Falls In Deciding
tamne Of Interfr'ternlty
FINAL SCORE IS 15.11.
Displaying a well balanced offense,
and a defense which was impregnable,
Sigma Alpha Mu won the class A in-
terfraternity basketball championship
by defeating Phi Kappa Sigma 15-11 in
a game played last night at Water-
Althotrgh slow in starting, the win-
ners took the lead after the first five
minutes of play, and with "Herb"
Tenenbom leading the attack the Sig-'
ma Alpha Mu team took the lead
«,hich it never relinquished.
Phi Kappa Sigma got off to a fast
start when Douglas made a free throw
just after the game begun, and Mug-i
avero followed with a basket. Both
teams displayed a very fast floor game1
but missed numerous chances to score
under the basket. Tenebom scored a
basket for the Sigma Alpha Mu team,
and then sank both free. shots on a;
foul, to put his team in the lead 4 to 3.1
There was little scoring throughout
the remainder of the period, Tenebom
adding his team's only points by a long
shot, while Miller made a free throw
for the losing team.
Phi Kappa Sigma started the sec-
ond half with a fast tipoff play but
Douglas was fouled and made the
throw. Mazer scored a point for the
opponents to even the scoring for the
half and Friedman followed with a
similar shot. Sigma Alpha Mu in-
creased their lead to 12-5 on baskets
by Tenebom and Stern.
Starting the last five minutes of
play the Phi Kappa Sigma team
launched a driving attack which seri-
ously threatened the lead of the win-
ners, but after G. Douglas had made
three baskets while the Sigma Alpha
Mu team was scoring a lone point, the,
defense tightened and the rally fell
short. Sigma Alpha Mu forced the
play for the remainder of ^the game.
In the opening game of the evening,
the Arcs defeated the Nighthawks 12-
8 in an exceedingly slow game. Both
teams threw away many opportunities
to score on short shots, and fouls were
missed with consistency.
Captain.Kauffman lead the attack of
the winners while Johnson was the
outstanding player for the losing
VARSITY TO MEET
me S. C. APRIL 21
Ball Team Will Open lloiwe Scledule
Soon Ater Their Return From
Slring Training Trip
PLAY PURDUt APRIL 24j
Coach Fisher and the Varsity base-
ball team will arrive in Ann Arborj
from the spring training trip the day
before school begins and will have
only one lay's rest before they meet
Michigan State college on April 21
in the first home game of the season.!
The State team is reported to be the
best in years, and during the present
week they are taking their first trip
south in a number of seasons. The!
Michigan team this year will not con-j
sider the game with the other stateI
i college a practice contest as they have
the past few seasons.I
The following week end the Wol-
verines encounter their first Confer-
ence competition when they meet Pur-
due on April 24 and Ohio on April 26.
Both games will be played in the
camps of the enemy and 6should give
the coach and fans of the team an idea
of chances for another title. This is
the first time in a number of season:sI
that the Ohio game has been played
so early in the season and as both
schools usually possess teams that arv
title contenders, the game should be
of championship caliber.
Syracuse comes to Ann Arbor forj
two games on April 30 and May 1.
Michigan played two games in the
East last season and Syracuse comesj
here to fill their part of the contractj
this year. In these two contests Mich-
igan will probably meet her hardest
I competition of the year, as the Syra-
cuse team ranks high in eastern inter-
I collegiate baseball. The Orange team'
was victorious in both of the games
played there a year ago winning one
by a large score and as a consequence
the Wolverine baseballers will be
anxious to even the series.
IO21 MAY ENTER MILE
TEAM IN A1 A, U. MEET!
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(,each Steve Farrell is anxiously
waiting the coming of suitable weath-
er to start outdoor training for the
Ohio and Kansas relay carnivals April
17. Preparations for these carnivals
are underway now but the lack of the,
use ,of the outdoor track with its long
straight away is sorely missed and
will handicap the condition of the
It is still undecided which of the
relay teams will be sent to Ohio and
which to Kansas. Last year Coach
Farrell concentrated on the Ohio car
nival which brought forth favorable
results. Wolverine runners establish-
ing two meet records in the 880 yard
and medley relay besides garnering
several first places in the individual
events. Coach Farrell will split the
the teams up this year sending some
to Kansas and some to Ohio. Those
men who will make the trips will
practice here during spring vacation.
The week following the Ohio and
Kansas affairs Michigan will be rep-
resented at similar meets at Pennsyl-
vania and Drake. The Wolverine
trackmen were responsible for many
upsets at the annual games at these
carnivals last year. Northrup throw-
ing the javelin for the first time in a
collegiate meet took a first place from
a.iel of notable athletes. Hubbard
also tooks a first, winning the 100 yard
international race. At Drake Mich-
igan's two mile and half mile relay
teams scored sensational wins in rec-
ord breaking time.
From past performances of the indi-
vidual men indications are that a
championship half mile relay team
will be formed this year. Tryouts for
this event will be held as soon as the
team goes outdoors. Three men oV
the squad have already done under 221
seconds in the 220 yard dash.
Leshinsky at the Olympic trials held
here in 1924 tied the world's record in
the 200 meter dash. Hester and Voel-
ker both did under 22 seconds last
year in this distance. Besides these
such sprinters as Kelly, Sterling, Kop-
lin, Lasser, and Feinsinger will try-
out. Feinsinger was on the half mile
relay team last year.
STERLING, ill. - Arrangemenis
are being made for a relay race to
ire run by Sterling, Rock Falls, and'
Dixon High school teams, over the.
Lincoln highway between Sterling and
Dixon late in April.
r Freshman Battery Squad Small
only 12 mei, numberin ; telpitch- hing intVitch-ir . gr it ;s arx
ors and two catchers. answered Coadi. e~~eited ofCilmh'ien. liandAI1( , w
I Mather's call for freshman batterygiantmoznd :_I. CImIn, .Imem-
candidates at the ('n( of the secoiid ber of the fIrlshman basetball tea1
day of pract ice, It is, (xI)C(t Id how. measures sxfet, rix, whiile Asheek
ever, that ths number will be aug- j1,tands six feet foni.
mented by the nd of the week. ' The pitdhers and cat(chers will work
Because of the occupancy of the out daily in t'he field house until
field house by a large number of Var- weather permits outdoor work. All
sity athletes, the freshman ball tossers IEother candidates for the freshuan
are aIloted only 15 minutes for drill- team will report afler the spring va-
Sing each tday. It is yet too early for cation, as was previously announced
any strenuous workouts and present by Coach Mather.
drills are confined to loosening-up ex-
Of the ten heavers, only one is a Read the W ant Ad
southpaw. If height counts for any- R
Dave Keefe, one of the most promis-
ing pitchers of the season with the
Buffalo club of the International lea-
gue, has but three fingers on his
pitching hand. "But that doesn't
bother me," says Keefe. "Mordecal
Brown had just that number and be-
came a great pitcher."
YALE SWIMMING STAR
BETTERS WORLD MARK
James Davis Bronson, Jr., of Still-
water,- Minn., captain of the Yale1
swimming team, swam 50 yards in
22.4 seconds, which is two fifths of
a second faster than the distance has
ever been traversed before, while com-
peting in a water carnival at New
Haven Tuesday night.
Johnny Weismuller of Chicago, how-
ever still holds the world's- record
of 22.8 seconds. Bronson was swim-
ming as the second man in a relay
race and therefore his time does notl
count in world competition.
Infield troubles that have been a
heavy burden on Wilbert Robinson,
president-manager of the Brooklyn
Robins, were relieved when Milton
Stock, veteran second baseman, re-
ported after a holdout siege.
0, .~ ...
N oinaiiting Grover Alexander
Because he isn't letting a bad ankle
discourage his ambition to win 20
games for the Chicago Cubs in this,
his 16th season in the majors;
Because since breaking in with the
Phillies in 1911, Alex has hurled :315
victories and 168 defeats, for an aver-
age of .652, while participating in 564
games and 4,297 innings;
Because his record includes 78 shut-
Because he has struck out 1,991 bat-
ters, while aflowing 817 -bases on
balls, or one base-on-balls to about
five and a half innings;
Because he started his baseball car-
eer as an outfielder;
Because he has a head to pitch with
long after his ankles and arms have
NEW BRUSNSWICK, N. J . ---Alfred
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Sigma Alpha Mu
TR. Stern, r.f.............1
Tenebom, l,f. ..........3
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Mazer, r.g. ,.............1
IOWA CITY, Ia., March 31.-Iowa'., G. Brown, Jr., of College Poi
crack one mile relay team may at- was elected captain of the
tempt to win the second leg of the swimming team. Brown was
National A. A. U. $700 trophy for the legiate champion in the
event. The race will be on the pro- j breast-stroke event last year.
gram of the Sesqui-Centennial exposi-
tion at Philadelphia in July. The _ _ _ _ _
Hawkeye four of 1923 set the record
when it won the trophy for the firs tI CO LLE
it, N. Y.,
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Mugaver.o, l.f. ...........1
G. Douglas, c .............3
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