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1928

TH4E MICHIGAN DAILY___________

FRESI~~NWILL OE
TKRE METS-TODAY"
Annul'Iudor Meet WRstlng And
ii0 cliig Toieys Start Ii
MAY WILL HAVE CHARGE'
Wat rman, gymnasium┬░ will formI
the cnter of attraction for fresh-P
men athletes this afternoon during
the annual all-freshman indoor meet.
The meet will open at 3:00 o'clock,
when the 'all-freshman wrestling and
fencing tournaments will begin simul-1
tanegusly.
First place winners in the Indoor
meet 'will be- awarded medals by the
intramural department, while fresh-
man numerals are to be given the
winners In the wrestling meet and the '
fencing tournament. Four sets of,
fencing numerals and five wrestling
numerals' will be given oit.t
Hold Elirthatlon Cotsts
Dr. May and his assistants have
been conducting a system'of elimina-
tion contests in the various gym-
nasium classes :in order to deterie
the men best qualified to compete
in this meet. About 65 men survived
these preliminary contests.
Those who will compete in the 50
yard dash are: Spelke, Brady, Hayes
Whittaker, Barnes, Harwig, Mackey,
Plotkin, Newnn Klivans, and Kipp
. Fernandez, Winn, Hatwig, Eaton,
Ricks, Roper, Post, Brown Ball,
Perrin, and Pullen qualified for the
rope climb.
The largest number are 'entered in
the chinning event. Thee are: Simm-
rail, Fer'nande%, Weir, Campbell,
Hayes, B13iey, Bentillo, Eatp,' Oin-
r stead, IT i c k s, Crowther, Brown,
Pierce, Ball, White, Schwarb~rg, and
Pullen Those in the standing broad
jump are: Gilbert, Van Aken, Barnes,
B obbin, Hlewitt, Hofmester, Curt-
lander, and Kipp.
Cilbert, Hawkins, Lewis, Beers,
Dybvig, Post, Forsyth, Richheimer,
R obertson, Ball, Pullen, darting, and
Kipp will be in. the high jump. Those
In the. shot put event are: Campbell,
Simmrall, Kuhner, Landre, Barnes,1
Hahn, T. Jones, Shinnick, Wagar,
C. Jones, Kipp, and. Pullen.
Ten men,. ave signed up for thef
fencing tournament which begins atl
3 o'clock. Most of these men are
evenly matched and should' presnt'
some clever exhibitions. They are:
Gorden, Shutz, -Madero, Reid, Fred-
man, Roski, Edwards, Weinsfock,
Scharmer, and Whielwright.
BASEBALL SQUAD RENEWS
PRACTICE ON FERRY FIELD;
(Continued from Page Six)
of last season's team, Heidmann, and
MAlacee.
Rojan, a sophomore, will be op-
poite Palmer when the Purple nine-
trecks out on the field against the
Wolverines here. Rojan lacks ex-
prience,.but is a good hitter and a
capable receiver. Carey is another
good catcher on Coach Kent's squa.
Three of the infield positions will
be occupied by veterans of last
year's Wildcat team. Capt. John-
sos, one 'of the leading batters anl
felders in the Big Ten last season,
will be found at shortstop again.
Flanking him at first and third base
are Melick and Izard, both members'
or the 1927 infield.

fSophomore Leads
Thankers In Points
Scored For: Yearv
Frank Walaitis, versatile sophomore
star, led the memb~ers of the Michi-
gan swimming team in individual
scoring during the Big Ten season
recently concluded. In fi-e Conifer-
en ce dual meets Walaitis scored a
total of 35 1-2 points, five Twints
ahead' of Capt. Bob Darnall and
Garnet Ault who are tied for second
place with 30 1-2 totals.
Walaitis scored points in thre,
events, competing in the' fancy (living,
40 or 50 yard sprint, and being a momm
ber of the free style relay team. lie
also "tied with Ault in taking- the mrst
first places, -each annexing five.
Walaitis captured four firsts :n faiicy
diving and one in the 50 yard sprint,
while Ault scored all his victories in
the 440' yard swim.
Frank Walaitis, '30...........35'/
Capt. 'Bob Darnall, '28 ........... 3016
Garnet Ault, '30M.......... . 3011
Robert Walker, '30........ ....30
Jud Thompson, '30......... ...27
Robert Wagner, '28............19
George Hubbiell, '29E .........18
Richard Spindle, 129E.......... .18
Thomas Watson, '29 .........13r/
Ernest Reif, '30 ............... 9
Allan Seager, '29 ............. 8
Meyer Rosenberg, '30 .......... 6"
NINE EPNTR~ANTS IN UNION

CONFERENCE
SPORT DOPE
tCc'ach (len Thistlethwaite issued
di~ official call for ,candidates for
sp~ring gridl practice Monday, and the'
Badgers began dtrill in earniest Tuels-
day afternoon.
About 153nieibers of the Wiscon-
sin track team opractices at Randall
field in the first outdoor drill of the
season, Saturday. Capt. Gil Smnith
will be eligible for the out(:cor meets.
Capt. Charles Swain, veteran In-
diana matnian, closed the most suc-
cessful 'season of his intercollegiate
career by finishing second to Clod-3
felter of Oklahoma A. and M. in the
145 pound class in the National,
tourney.
Eight lettermen from the 1927
Gopher football squad have reported
to Coach Spears for spring practice.
The attention of the squad has been
directed largely toward learning new
formations.
Members of the 'Illinois Varsity and
freshman golf 'squads participated in
a dual match Monday. Capt. Bill
Fish, is the only veteran available
from the the 1927 squad.
Twe nty-two members' of Coach,

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SEVERAL '*ECO D SI
BETT ERED DURING TiS
PAST TRACK Y;EAR COLOMN
(Continuedlfrorn Page S)AT 3 P.M.: , . irI
Lon- on the indloor boards nid uill
dp s, Elder of Ntre ) i mo, vhoIw

;VTI SING AT 3 PLM

sies doing other- thin~gs, lied (1hw
60 yardI and 75 yaard sprint re oi'ds
held !joint]:, by such as 1 Lubl1)ad,
'Murchison, 'Loomis, Russell, and a
few others no less than a lolal of
four times in authorized. meets. El-
der should make a_ strong bid for
the Olympic squad.
The other standIardl dash run, in-
doors, the 50, was run by" th e na
entries, Grady' and Wilcox, the 1,1> ter
a freshman, in :05 1-5 or just aboutj
as fast as it is possible.
And in the high hurdies Carrxitb
ers or Cornell lowered the time in
the standard, indoor distance of the,
high hurdles from :09 3-10 where
Kinsey, Guthrie, and Werner had set-
tled it to :09 1-5. Carruthers was
officially timed in the Yale-Cornell
meet at this sn)eedl.
Finally," but this approaches the
border of the trick stuff, Conger of
the 1. A. C.' slashed the,-old time in,
the 1,000 yard run down to 2:11 in
that shove-and-push affair (as LlAoyd
Hahn, the loser, would have it un-
derstood) down at Kansas City.
Conger's. 2:11 displaced the old
te of the Boston A. A. runners,
Cutbill and Hahn. CutbN l's mark,
however, had never been previously

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SWIM COMPLETE DISTANCE~ Harry Gill's Illinois track (team are
I ~en route to Los Anigeles where they
Late yesterday ┬░afternoon, nine en- will meet University of Southern Cali-
trants in the ten mile swim being ' ornla in a dual meet April 7.
held in the Union pool, had finished
the necessary '704 laps. The contest j. P. Hooker, 158 pounder, has
will continu~e until June first, and ieen named captain of the Purdue
it is expected that most of the 221 mat team for the coming season.
Men entered will complete the dis- Hooker was high point winner on the
tance. meBnt~odr hL le-loilermaker teams this year. -
finished' are: R. W:' Scovill '31E, P. Iowa will be represented lby a mile
A. Kunkle '31, M. M. O'Brien '30A, and a two mile relay team in the an-
R. J. Peterson -'31, M. N. Gingrich nual Georgia relay carnival which]
'29E, R. W". Haberman 131E, C. C. will be held April 14 at Atlanta. TheI
Torell 31t; J W. Daly , 31E , and M\. mile quartet. also competed in the
F. Vanick '29E. Texas and the Rice relays.
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