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1THE M-.C-4-TCAN -DAILY

' AUESDAY, .ARRIL _2, 1920

NINE MEN AWARDED MAJOR LETTERS FOR WRES

TLING

WOLERNE ORAPPLERS
END BRILLIANT YEAR
Eight "AMA'S" Given By Coach
Keen In Recognition Of Work
Done During Season
ARE CONFERENCE CHAMPS
Nine men were awarded Varsityj
"M's" for their work on the Wol-
verine mat team during the past
season, while eight other grapplers
received "AMA's" it was announced
yesterday by Coach Clifford Keen.
This season has been the most
successful which has ever been
enjoyed by a Michigan wrestling'
team, the Keenmen taking the
Conference championship and
placing second in the National
meet held last week-end.
Major letters have been given to
Stanly McGilliard, Hamilton, Ohio;
Robert Hewitt, Detroit; Edwin El-
liott, Ann Arbor: Otto Kelly, Mid-
land; Robert Warren, Brooklyn;
Ray Parker, Fordson; Carl Dougo-
vito, Cedar Creek; Harold Hager,
Lansing; and Ed George, North
Java, New York. The following
men were awarded the "AMA': Leo
Dravling, Wm. J. Swanston, Sam
Kailes, Max Rubin, Joe Woodard,
Gordon Heim, William. Benz, and
Mural Thrush.
Have Proud Record
The Big Ten c h a mipli o n s h i p
which the Wolverine's won tiis
year came as the result of four
year's work on the part of Coach
Keen, who virtually began the
sport here four years ago. HisI
team placed in the first division
the first year, won the Eastern
Division title the second and third
years, only to lose the champion-
ship, and won both the divisional
and Conference crowns this sea-
son. Illinois, who has always been
the stumbling block in the path of
the Wolverines, was defeated for
the title this year by a score of
15-11, in one of the most stirring
matches ever seen at Chnnmpaign.
In khe National meet last week-
end at Columbus, . the Michigan
team placed second to Oklahoma
A. & M., after leading the winners
for the greater part of the tourna-
ment. The Aggies garnered 26
points while Coach Keen's men
took 18, with Oklahoma University
third with 13, and Cornell next
with 12.1
In this meet, Michigan took four
second places and one third, Dou-1
govito, Parker, Kelly, and Hewitt,
(Continued On Page 7) ,

WeatherForces Baseball Squad Back Into Field House

ATHLETICS LOOK
_GFRESHMAN I.ni
BAD IN TRAINING'
(By Associated Press)
turning from Florida where for
the last five weeks he had watched Wrestlers Stage Preliminaries Inl
the Philadelphia Athletics prepare Preparationt For Freshman
for the season's American leaguei Program At Ofym
race, Manager Connie Mack today
was far from optimistic over the T-IREE MEN WIN AT FLINT
baseball outlook. ___
He said he was disappointed, 1 The ,freshman wrestling squad
dismayed and somewhat disgusted under the direction of Coach Russ
with his club. Sauer will conclude its season to-
"The team hasn't shown me any- day and tomorrow with the all-
thing all spring," he added. "You Frosh meet that will be held in
can't expect to win all the time, Waterman gym. The preliminaries
but there is a way of losing and will be held .this afternoon and the
still looking rather good." finals will be staged in -onjunction
Lefty Grove, pitcher and Jack with the Freshman Day program to;
Boley, shortstop, returned with be held Wednesday.
Mack to consult physicians. The erection of a new wrestling
ring on the floor of Waterman gym
will make it possible to stage the
meets before larger audiences than
could gather in the wrestling
rooms.iA much larger squad than
9 ' T r has ever before represented the
UtL RW L freshman class' promises to fur-
nish some excellent matches. Thir-
ty-four men have stuck with the
Michigan captured four titles apd squad throughout the' year andj
Michigan State three in the Mich- =their showing in this meet will be'
igan A. A. U. wrestling tournament their sidrmg fatoin eermin-
whic wa hed a Flnt astwee- aconsider-able factor in determiri-
which was held at Flint last week - #ing the awarding of" numnerals.
end. With the Spartan Varsity mat The wring i l takeace
tea enere inthemee th cod -The weighing in will take place
team entered in the meet, the com- 'in the Director's office, Waterman
petition was considered by many m, fro ': o'cl, torm:00
to be the stiffest ever seen at this ' ,o'clock today. One weigh in will
event be required for the two days of
Kirimura, who wrestles on the wrestling, and three pounds over-
Wolverfne reserve mat team cap-1wetll, aloed indahof
tured the 118 pound title from Ald-|weight will be allowed i each of
irger, a freshman here by a fall'the classes, which are as follows:
115, 125, 135, 145, 155, 165, 175 and
in I minutes and 37 seconds. The uimtd Th prlinybos
126~~ ~~ ,on hminhpws ae unlimited. The preliminary bouts
126 pound championship was taken aet esxmntsog hl
by a Michigan State man, Wagne are to be six mnutes long, while
Michigan pulled ahead whenthe finals on Wednesday will be
Woodward won the 135 pound eight minutes. Wrestling each day
match from Thamer of State. Benz will start at approximately 3:30.
continued the Wolverine winning Eddik r
streak when he outfought Tonkins Eddie Aldinger, all-campus win-
of the East Lansing school to win ner who went to the finals of the
the 147 pound crown. state A. 'A. U. meet at Flint, is
Kunile, from State won the 160 favored to win in the 115 lb. divi-
pound final match from his school sion, although he must contend
mateI Staght by a fall in four with some good men in Seabury
minutes and 20 seconds, but Stein- and Mony. At 125 lb. the title
ke added another title for Mich- seems to lie between Dalrymplel
'igan by defeating Admonson in the and Bennett, while Bellamy and
feature bout of the meet in the Worder are also to be considered.
175 pound class. Duncan and Beesley are the
1 Joslin of Michigan State won the leading aspirants for the 135, lb.
heavyweight title by virtue of a championship, with Gillig and
win over Ostabowic of the Grand Hickin ranking close to the top.
Rapids Y. M. C. A. (Continued On Page 7)

! MAT CAPTAIN IS STAR WINO STORM
. w . :, '.r>Will Hinder Farrell In Selecting
f Men To Iem an During
.r}ng acaon

MORGAN, ZORLIIA
FIGHT FOR TITLE
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, April 2.-Tod Mor-
gan, who holds the junior light-
weight championship, and Santia-
go Zorliia, who will try. to lift it,
furnish this week's fight feature.
They meet Thursday night' at Los
Angeles.
The fight originally was carded

OUTDOOR WOHR HELPS
TO CONDBITION SQUAD
Coach Fisher Feels That Practice
Games Cannot Help But Aid
Nine On Southern Trip
DRILL ON BASE STEALING

/ I
Bob Warren .
Varsity wrestling captain, who(
extended Caldwell of the Oklaho-
ma Aggies to an overtime period
in the finals of his weight class in
the national mat championships t
held last week at Columbus. The 1.
meet culminated the varsity career l
of the brilliant Wolverine in spec-I{
tacular fashion.1
NETMEN WILL C
ENTER TOURNEY
Two Men Are Invited To Enter
Indoor 'Intercollegiate Tennis
Meet At Minneapolist
Michigan has been invited to
send two, representatives to theq
first Indoor Intercollegiate tennis
championship tournament whichl
will be held April 8 and 9 at Min-I
neapolis under the auspices of thej
University of Minnesota.
MnyE o'tker colleges have alsoI
been invited to send men to thet
meet, and several of the western,
schools which have facilities forE
indoor tennis are expected to enter'
teams. J1
Captain ; Horace Barton is ex- I
pected. to make the trip for thei
Wolverines, and will probably bec
accompanied by Jim Spencer. Bar-
ton has been prominent in Big
Ten tennis for the past two years,1
and Spencer, who has shown well
in state amateur circles, will also
be one of the favorites in the+
tournament, while the two, who{
have been: practicing in the Intra-
mural building during the winter,
should have a good chance for
doubles title.

WILL TRAINFOR RELAYS
.__.:_

To iuesa nignr, or bouo
Stormy weather forced the Wol- Back inside the confining walls
verine track squad indoors yester- Morgans leg forced a postone-f the field house after a week o
day' anid 'hindered Coach "Stove w ent until Tuesday.
Farrell to some extent in his 'task On Friday night, in Boston a beneficial practice outside, the
of picking twelve men who will re- pair of big fellows, Otto Von Porat, baseball team had to forego its
akinghere during the spring aca- Chicago Norseman, and Johnny customary game and confine its
tion period in preparation for Risko, Pudgy Clevelander, meet in activity to a drill on stealing or
three relays scheduled for the lat- the week's most important heavy-
ter part of April. weight fray. Risko, rated among rather preventing the stealing of
While no men have keen enter- will try to disprove Von Porat's bases.
ed as yet in any of the Kansas, claim to recognition. Coach Ray Fisher is certain that
Drake, or Penn relays, it is plan- the work of the past week will be a
ned to send as many of the squad great help to the nine when it
to each of them as seem capable starts its southern trip with the
of mxaking a good showing. The game at Cincinnati next Saturday.
Kansas relays are the first on the The weatherman up until today's
schedule being set for April 20, unfavorable change in the climatic
while both the Drake and Penn re- conditions has been unusually kind
lays will be held April 27, neces- 1to the diamond squad this year,
sitating a split in the squad in - more so than in other years.
case men should be entered in both Easily winning, their way into ' Last Year Different
of the' latter meets. the final round, Michigan's water Eight practice tilts on Ferry field
Seections 'Not Available polo team dropped the state cham-have gone 'into the conditioning of
Coach' Farrell is not yet ready pionship, to the Detroit Yacht the team to date in marked con-
to ' announce the names of the club, 8-2, Saturday night at the trast to last year when the dia-
men who will stay here for regu- latter team's pool. The Yacht club mond aggregation entrained for'
lar practice sessions in as much as thus obtained possession of the the south after only two or three
there is still a shadow of uncer- Commodore Hanna trophy and days out of doors. Despite this
tainty as to some of the runners avenged a 10-5 defeat at the hands handicap in previous trips, the
and special event men who seem of the Wolverines earlier in the team has usually made a good
best qualified to represent the season. showing, dapturing the majority of
Maize and Blue is the coming re- With six regulars out of the line- its games against its southern foes.
lays. Given favorable conditions, up due to the national tank meet Last year's invasion resulted in
the selection should be completed in St. Louis, the Wolverines seemed five victories in seven games, Cin-
after Wednesday's practice. to lack the necessary scoring cinnati upsetting the Wolverines in
According to present . plans of punch. The score at half time was the initial encounter, 7 to 3, while
Coach Farrell a one mile relay 3-1, but the Detroit team increased Vanderbilt annexed the final game
team and a two mile relay teamits lead in the second half, count- its two-game series with Fish
as well as a 'number of special 1insla ntescn hl, on- fistogm sre ihFs
event men will be held here to ing four goals in rapid succession er's crew by a 4-to-3 score. The
prepare for the Kansas relays, towards the end of the game when single victory gained in the first
prepa yfthanseciaseentys.the Michigan defense weakened, two tests spurred the .,team to
will be entered by Wolverine track- Little trouble was encountered greater efforts in the last four tilts
men has not been definitely de- by the Wolverines in the prelim- and Clemson and Georgia went
cided. inary games. In the first round down to defeat to bring the jount;
Drake Is Favorite Michigan eliminated the Hutchins to a close.
Although Coach Farrell hopes to I team, 14-0, and then conquered Defense Perfected
be able to send men to both the Elmwood, 10-0, 'to enter the finals Yesterday's practice was confined
Drake and Penn relays on April' against the Yacht club. Bob Nes- 'to a rather technical feature of the
27, there is little question that in(f tor starred for the Yacht clubsport, erecting a defense against
case only one meet can be attend- against Michigan, tallying six goas. bise stealers. An improvised dia-
ed by a Michigan squad, the Drake The Michigan team was composed mond minus the third sack was
relays will get the preference over of McDonald, McCaffree, and Din- j laid out in the field ,house,' pitch
those at Penn. Coach ' Farrell's kelspi.k, forwards; Mertz, Reif, and'[ers seeking to nip the runner off
men have not missed the Drake O. Goldsmith, backs; and Warner, first with the catcher gaining
relays for a number of years. goal. Thompson also saw service. practice in throwing to second.

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