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Won 449- Yard Free . Style Event
Tn Big Ten Meet Sophomore-
And This Year
Park, Mich., 'was lcted captain of
the 1930 Michigan swimming team
at a meeting of the letter-men held
yesterday afternoon. Ault has been
the distance star of the Wolverinr
team this season, scoring eigh
points in the Big Ten champion-
ships besides frequent victories Ir
dual meets.
As a- member of the freshman
team two years ago Ault began te
show promise -in the longer events
At the end of the season he wa
pushing Buck Samson, twice Con-
ference titleholder, when they met
in practice.
Champ As A Sophomore
Last year Ault came to the. fore
finishing the dual meet season
undefeated and winning the Cjnl
terence 440 yard championship. H
also placed third in the 220 yardl
- event behind Darnall and Schwaitz. I
The Big Ten record he set in the
quarter mile still stands. In the
national collegiate meet at Phila-
deiphia, Ault lost a close race to
Shields of Brigham Young in the
440 yard swim. He also took fourth
in the 220 yard event.
In the Yale dual meet, Ault cap-
tured Michigan's only first place by
covering the quarter mile in thy
sensational time of 5:01.8, creatmng
a- new intercollegiate record for n
long pool. Last summer Ault was
a member of the Canadian Olympic
team, and he swam in the 800 and
1500 meter events at Amsterdam.
In the latter event he took sixth
place, competing against the aqua-
tic stars- of the world.
Drops 220 To Schwartz
This season Ault easily won the
440 yard swim in the Big Ten meet
at Chicago, but lost a hard battle
to Schwartz of Northwestern in the
220 yard event. He will swiun in'
the national collegiate meet at St-
~o .d.s this week in quest of further
honcre. Ault succeeds Dick Spn-
die, star back stroker, as Varsity
Coach Matt Mann will take eigh.
of the Wolverines to the national
meet at St. Louis, Walker, Walaitis,
Seager, and Ault will make up the
200 yard relay team. Walker will
lso sim rinthe 50 and 100nyard
ed in the fancy diving. Ault will
lso compete in his specialties, the
George 'Hubbell and Dick Spindle
are slated to swim in the 150 yard
back stroke. Bob Goldsmith is
entered in the 200 yard breast
stroke, while Tom Watson will com-
pete in the 220 and 440 yard events.
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Fail To Annex Team Laurels But'
Cap tutre Number Of Individual
National Titles
- 1 etri high schools faied to win
pionship in the Patten Gymnasium,
Northwestern University, last Sat-
-jurday night, for the first time in
3 three years, but despite this, the
major share of the meet honors
-' come to lDetroit.
Not only was Northeastern High,
defending champion for the second
time in two -years, third in the final
summary; Northwestern, second in
2,third; Eastern fourth, and
~Western tied for fifth, but the De-
troit athletes took five of the 10
first places, and tied for the sixth.
BetyWins Two Events rihy
sprinter and hurdler, was the high
Garnet AuL, man of the meet, winning the two
Br illiant swim star who has bccn hurdle events handily, and taking
Big Ten champion in the q14Q yard fourth in the 50-yard dash, for a
free style for two years, and who Itotal of 11 points. Beatty was the
has been beaten only once duing 1only man to break a record, and
that time, was named captain of :the only man to tie one.
the 1929-30 swimming team yes- IThe victory of Pongrace, Eastern,
terday afternoon. in the mile was a mild upset, but
Hershey's triumph in the quarter-
mile- smacks of the sensational.
Thompson, dusky Northwestern
I MCH6AN WRSTLR hif-miler, ran well ahead of te
fiel inthe alfmile aswas ex- I
pected, and Ward, of Northwestern;
Lewis, of Eastern, and Richardson,
for first in the high jump. The
With the national meet sched- three men cleared 6 feet 1'A inches,
uled for this week end the varsity ithe highest that either of the Dc-
wrestlers are putting on the finish- troit jumpers have ever gone in
ing touches' in preparation for the competition.
final of the year. Every weight Young Mr. Hershey ran well to
from the 125 pound class up will be outdistance a strong field in the
rep-resented, and if McGilliard can 440. One of his victims was Dykas.
round into condition by the meet of. Northeastern, a runner who has
'the 115 pound class will have an 'beaten him several times. The time
entry. -of the race, 53.9, was not particular-
Hewitt, who holds the 125 pound jly fast, but this does not detract
national crown, will defend his title from the glory that is Hershey's.
in this weight against Lupton, 1Hershey has run well in this event
conference champion. Elliot, who tfor the last two years, and tied
has been defeated only once this 1with Dykas for first in the city meet
year, will enter the 135 event, and Iseveral weeks ago. Hershey was
Kelly, not yet beaten will wrestle in fourth at Ann Arbor a week ago.
the 145 class. Captain Bob Warren
will be the Wolverine entry in the Prize fights, important in the de-
155. division. Parker, one of the termination of class champion-
outstanding wrestlers of the year ships, are carded for this week.
and never defeated in competition ITwo shows are scheduled for Chi-
as yet will enter also. cago.

Hockey Champions Erase Maple Shires, Kerr, And Reynolds Seenm
Leafs From Titular Consideration Outstanding Among First
-- ~ In Stanley Cup Go Year Candlidates
NEW YORK, Mac 25.-The New Lena Bla kbunwho ishleading
hockey world, are making every1 th hcg ht Sxi iis
pos a inn n n hi'bt full season as a big league man-
pt a wining otney inthirbtt. ager, has brought together a group
to e reta ted tney Cup.oMale of young players that brand the
Tey defted the Toroto ale of Sox as a peppy but inexperienced
'Leas 1 to 0in theay- rst game ofr team. The essential part of the
an ietrthe sei final - arondt he Chisox attack will be speed, but
aond w inerf they a ant the - outside of that they appear to
Leoson Brihei hecn eat the have few- known quantities.
Leafes in theonsecon Tga orh Willie Kanmm-, the veteran third
- In er ti Trontos i one hsda ore - sacker, has relinquished his cap-
int e thrao tetirye i iee- taincy to Art Shires, a first base-
- IButchi Keeling, who registered I . ---- - -in the bg show Siresi said t
the only score in the second place be- one of the greatest prospects
play-offs with the New York Amer-i ever to come to the major leagues.
acans last week, and Paul Thomp- Randolph Monroe Bud Clancy, who hasn't much more
son, who passed to Keeling for that iVeteran distance star, who led at experience than Shires, will be the
score, again were the heroes. In. th~e strong field to the tape in the mile: understudy.
first period last night Thompson i un Saturday night when Coach 1Kerr Looks Good
passed to Keeling, who made the Steve Farrell and his varsity track- KerI estinlnwoe
only tally of the game. men sent Cornell back to Ithaca errm sheai oasl newcoer
IBut the heal hero was John Ross with a 59-36 defeat. expected to step into Bill Hunne-
Roach, Ranger goalie. He stopped Ifield's shoes at second, although it
130 Toronto drives, and has not been airniis a strong possibility that temper-
scored upon in 210 contess J1f ply amental William will get the job.
inteps-eso otss ur 111He is a good player when he gives
ously enough Roach was with To-.-'~ rnn r his best to the club. Chalmer Cis-
ronto last season while Lorne Cha- ENsell and Willie Kamm will retain
bothe Maple Leaf goalie, played PROr psLionatIhoI ad tir
wihthe Rangers in th-e Stanley LItrpoitiony watnsort and thifrd
Cp final last April. iwrespectively Swaso r andRed er
Ching Johnson and Taffy Abel, ~.From appearances evidenced dur- Awlx probalranhny be etaned
Otto Kelly IRanger defense men, also were ing the first week of out-door prac- IAex etzrole a erohnn Moth
Undefeated Wolverine matman -superb in breaking up Toronto sor- tice which the Varsity baseball arefieod, probalesar in efadMte
who will enter the National tour- ties. Ace Bailey, the league's high squad has been put through it is oineldntzlrielfr.dMsl
nament at Columbus Friday in 'scorer, made several spectacular apparent that Coach Fisher's inceter. edF Cac
qus fthe 145 pound crown- dashes for Toronto but could not' pitchers have advanced further ury Sae or Cacing
beat Roach. - than his hitters in their period of jChick Autry, who was secured
D L al Vit Due to their showing against the training. Ifrom Cleveland in the deal which
De La Sle Vito Detroit Cougars, against whom IProspects among Michigan bat- sent Bib Faik to the Tribe, should
lI Catholic Touny te piled up seven points in the terymen are particularly bright prove better than any other catch--
11 t O1C urny tirdplace play-offs,' the -Maple Ithis seasorn with several of the men er that the Chisox have tried since
----Leafs had been slight favorites to Iwho helped win a Conference title Ray Schalk left the team. Autry
-u -a ns i asngh.last year again in uniform. Bill is a good catcher but never got a
CHICAGO. March 25.-The magic Before the game Bailey was pres- MctAfwhpaydaagepr nhnetopfrmnteCevad
of the name De La Salle has cast ented with the Whiteman trophy kingther chmiohip ast ea- club which possessed such sterling
its spell again over a national fredngtelgu nscoring, formn the nucleus of what will prob- Myatt. Crouse and Berg, two m-en
Catholic high school basketballal etesrnetpthn tf h aedn h o aktp
tournament through the victory in After losing five straights to the ablf te trestnithigtag who hedetheerSoxsasop
the final game last night of De La Chicago Cubs, Bucky Harris' De- ofthe BigThernpsiinwi.b ping berinted last srleasonsuwil
Salle high of Chicago over St. Stan- -troit Tigers returned to Phoenix Thken catr po itieon ileiwell bed eaneyor relie ty.,
islaus of Bay St. Louis, Miss. Ariz., yesterday to begin a series o' tan ceof wh Gron ech- as Taed, Lyosge Toas, Red
Tharksor o the hiinags many burhiates Th Cubhae favto Year, and Joe Truskowski, waging Blankenship, and Grady Adkins
years th thDoL Sale ta aie in ughpre-seaThn Cbtting ifathe a hot race for the regulatr berth. form the nucleus for Blackburne's
wonr th atial titaSle te atesion pLeague.snb igi h Ernest McCoy is also showing fine pitching staff. All of these men'
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