THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, APRIL 1,1.927
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selected an all-stara3ggregation[frSOC
among more than 350 men who con- ' ~~~
East NotExpeeted To Enter fourth peted in the season just closed. ©ose°baai, Ksilhhlk, 1i1eitra Ul, And
Annua Tan MeetScheuled The selections, with the exceptiou osO oseNne r
For Altri 15 And 16 of the pivot job, were comparativelyReguax Duty
easy to make due to the outstan'- ---
WASHINGTON IS STRONG png manner in which the men named OUTFIELD NOT DECIDED
playel throughout the season.
Whether or not Eastern swimmers The best forwards in the lot were
G. Douglas, Phi Kappa Sigma, and W. ineteen of Coach Ry Fisher 's
fulfill their promise to compete in! Puckelwartz, Phi Epsilon Kappa. Variity baseball candidates toiled
the third annual national intercolle. Douglas was also a star of the 1926 through another six inning practice
giate meet scheduled for April .15-1G season when his team was runner- game yesterday afternoon taking full
at Iowa City, Coach Matt Mann's Wol- up for the championship. His play
verine squad will enter the competi- this year has been considerably in- advantage of the excellent, baseball
tion favorites to earn the team cham- proved and the judges feel that there weather. Reiclman had his turn
pionship. Is no mistake in his being placed working blhind the bat and caught
For the past three years tankmen on the team. W. Mazer, Sigma Alpha! for both teams. In an effort to un-
of the East and West have met only Mu, although his team did not go cover some capable men as running
in this comparatively recent classicI far in the tournament this year prov- mates for Don Miller, the only vet-
officially called the national collegiate ed himself to be a good guard and is eran on the hurling staff, four men
4thletic association swimming chami- paired with D. D. Algyer, Phi Gamma, [ were worked on the mound three in-
pionships, but the event was con- Delta, at the defensive positions. ning apiece, Asbeck, Gilmartin, Stern,
sidered an individual one, not for the Where, the judegs had the most and Moffet.were the men used.
purpose of deciding the team victors difficulty in coming to an agreement The Wolverine infield is fastas-
although this was usually done un- was in choosing the best center. It suming definite form with Ooster-
officially. was a toss-up between C. B. Emery, baan at first, Kucibek at second, Loos
Eastern tankmen have dominated Phi Rho Sigma, and W. B. Martin, Phi or Morse at shortstop, and Weintraub
over all others since the inauguration Gamma Delta. Both appeared to bel a tthird, but little definite has been
in 1924 especially inasmuch as the equally good players,. but were on decided as to the outfield and reserve
event has always been held on tile teams of a greatly different calibre. catchers. Loos lined up with the reg-
Atlantic seasboard. For this reason Emery on the weaker ulars yesterday with Morse relegated
With the increasing ability of Wes- team showed to greater advantage, to the Yannigans, a reversal of Wed-
tern swimmers in recent years there while Martin was playing fast ball on nesday's practice lineup. The second
arose a demand to alternate, or. at a fast team and was somewhat rob- team infield, in addition to Morse,
least move the scene of the meet tem- bed of a chance for outstanding play. lined up with Heilstedt at first, Skid-
porarily for a year to the Middle Both men were left at center on the more at second and Doran at third,
West. Eastern coaches acquiesced to final selections, and H. M. Myers, Phi displaying good fielding during most
the demand 'and sanctioned holding Kappa Sigma, and W. Stern, Sigma of the six innings.
the meet at Iowa City in 1927, pro- Alpha Mu were given honorable men- Prospects for a good infield are ex-
vided that the meet was made a team tion. cellent this season with two good
affair. shortstops available as well as cap-
Officials then granted the counter A mythical team was chosen among able reserves in Skidmore and Heil-
demand, but at present it is extreme- men who competed in class games. stadt. Kubicek, at second, is a fixture
ly doubtful whether the East will be The selections are E. Heilstedt, '29, as he has been going well both at
represented by her many truly great and G. Douglas, '28, forwards; D. C. the plate and in the field. Oos-
athletes, included among which are Gray, '30E, center; M. Paun, '28Ed, terbaan's hitting has taken a distinct
House and Sanford of Yale, Lewis of and T. Stock '30E, guards. Honorable rise and he promises to give Captain
Rutgers, Allan of the Navy, Schtt mention was given to G. Patterson, Puckelwartz a good race for batting
of Williams, besides numerous others. '28Ed, H, Tenenbom, '29, and S. Shep- honors. Weintraub jias developed into
All other sections of the country ard, '28Ed. a capable fielder, and seems to be
will be represented however, includ- filling the gap at third in good shape.
ing the Missouri Valley, the South- WOLVERINES WILL PLAY Friedman has not been at practice
1westerh Conference, the Big Ten, and PENN FIVE NEXT YEAR the last week due to hs father's ser
Stanford, where it is expected that the Nous illness
greatest strength lies. In the outfield, the Wolverines are
Last year's record entry of 15 Two of the five practice basketball not so well fixed. Puckelwartz in cen-
squads still lacked the Yale aggrega- games allowed under Conferehce ter, is the only man who seems to
tion, but with at least 20 schools ex- rules were arranged recently by Coach have 'a plac cinched. The other can-
tido bute thtleas 20 schols mex Edwin J. Mather for next year, the didates have made exceedingly spot-
will take on added importance, with Wolverines meeting the Pennsylvania ted showings, one man looking good
even greater competition expected five for the first time in history, and one day and poor the next. Yester-
eyy greaterhcmpetitio expecte
than last season. as usual playing the Michigan State day's first nine included Corriden
Washington university, of St. Louis, team, both games to be held in Ann and Froemke in addition to Puckel-
appears to be one of the strongest Arbor,_wartz.
schools in the west outside of the/
Conference after its recent over- d
whelming triumph in the Valley
champidnships in which the Michigan
feat of capturing seven first places
was outstripped by their taking eight
out of nine victories for a grand total
of 60 points.o ot
Ledbetter and Meyers, in the
sprints; Baer, in the distance grinds,
ileideman, in the backstroke; and
McArdle, in the breast stroke, all
chiampions fiorm _a powerful team.
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JOHNSON TO RESUME''
ACTIVE DUTIES SOON
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, March 31-Baseball- fol-
lowers were interested today in the
statement of Ban Johnson at Excel-j
sior Springs, Mo., that he felt he had
recovered from the recent illness and
was ready to take an active hand in
American league baseball affairs
Johnson, who has been on indefinite,
leave of absence as president of the!
junior circuit, said he expected to re-
turn here in a few days to attend a
meeting of league officials.
It was learned today that the
league prexy paid an unheralded
visit to Chicago last week, spent con-
siderable time in the league offices,
and returned to Excelsior [prings
Saturday night without news of his
visit becoming public.
"Mr. Johnson appeared very much
improved in health," said William
Harridge, league secretary. "How-
ever, he did not say when he planned
to resume his active duties," Mr.
l Harridge said he knew of no league
meetings to be held here in the im-
Johnson was retired from active
leadership by league directors after
his clash with Baseball Commissioner
Landis over the Cobb-Speaker affair.
No further controversy was anticipat-
ed by baseball circles should Johnson
resume his active duties as it was
believed that both he and Landis
would be content to call the incident
BANTAM CROWN HOMELESS
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, March 31-The nyth-
ical bantamweight boxing crown, and
the genuine $4,000 jewelled champion-
ship belt both are still homeless to-
Bud J Taylor and Tony Canzoneri
THETA CHI LEADS AS FRATERNITY
WINTER SPORTS COME TO CLOSE
Winter sports on the Intramural d- is at present siifourta
partment's schedule will come to a with 745 1-2 points.
close Monday night when the winner The Class A basketball champion-
of the Beta Theta Pi-T'heta Xi game ship was won by Phi Gamma 1)elta.
Phi Kappa Sigma, runner-up, was fa-
P~alys Phi Sigma Delta for the class vored to win the game, but was edged
B basketball championship. out by a 2 point margin. Sigma Alpha
To date Theta Chi leads all other Mu, 1926 champions, failed to live up
fraternities for high scoring honors! to the old record and were unexpect-
with a total of 895 points. Beta Theta edly eliminated in the first round.
Pi, with 850, is next in line to the Delta Alpha Epsilon won the bowl-
leaders. Sigma Alpha Mu is the only ing championship after a close series
other fraternity having 800 or more of games with Sigma Chi. The volley
points, the rest ranging from 745 ball games were won by Kappa Niu,
down. while Phi Kappa Sigma turned in the
Theta Chi retained its high average best time for the relays.
which it started in the fall season The present standings for the first
by taking first place in the foul fifteen fraternities is as follows:
throwing and indoor track tourna- Theta Chi ,895; Beta Theta Pi, 850;
ments. Beta Theta Pi jumped from Sigina Alpha Mu, 800 1-2; Phi Chi,
fourth to second place in the stand- 1745 1-2; Kappa Nu, 737 1-6; Phi Kap-
ings by winning the swimming meet. pa Sigma, 694 1-6; Phi Sigma Kappa
Kappa Nu failed to gather any points 648 5-6; Phi Beta Delta, 624; Phi
in the last part of the winter season, Kappa, 615; Phi.,igma Delta, 585 1-2;
and dropped from second to fifth Alpha Tau Omega, 523 5-6; Phi Gami-
place. ma Delta 523 1-2; Tau Kanpa Epsilon,
Phi Chi has a higher rating than 519 1-2; belta Upsiotl, 504 5-6; Delta
any other professional fraternity and Sigma Phi, 491.
Young shortstopping star of the
St. Louis Cardinals, received $4000
salary last year, but in view of his
apparent worth to the World cham-
pion team he has held out for at least
$6000, and refuses to contract for less.
Owner Sam Breadon of the St. Louis
club has been unwilling to meet -his
demands thus far, but is expected by
Cardinal fans that the two will reach
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