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,-APRILh 3, 1D29

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Annual Indoor Gym CAREERS OF FOUR SWIMMERS A RE
Meet Will Be Held COMPLETED WITHNATIONAL MEET LRM(
In NANT CONTEND Waterman Tod Teams Of Which Men.Were Mem-- son Hubbell captured third in the
PE N NTCONTENDE SWty ers Won Three Big Ten Titles Conference meet and fourth in the
And 'Two National national competition at St. Louis.
~liTe indoor gym meet which will A member of tflree championship1
Welsh And Ott To Play In Outfield be staged at 3:00 o'clock this after- Four Wolverine swimmers com- relay teams is the distinction which Indiana W
Again; Leach Expected To noon at Waterman gymnasium, will pleted their athletic careers last 'Al Seager can claim. He was a South
Gain Third Post be a g-and finale to the work that Friday and Saturday at the nation- member of the 1927, 1928, and 1929
has been going on in the gym dur- al collegiate title meet in St. Louis. Wolverine quartets which won the
WILL HAVE GOD INFIELD ing the winter. The meet will in- Retiring captain Dick Spindle, Big Ten relay title three consecu- (s
_ elude many events of interest and George Hubbell, Al Seager, and tive years. These teams also won BLOOM]
Ngsomc good competition may be ex- Tom Watson each wound up three the national collegiate relay crown Whole Coa
The New York Giants ar being peted. years of service on the Varsity in 1927 and 1928, but lost this sea- Whole Uni
the stiffest competition to the Thef ents t rn o t i.udp acompletin
Chicago Cubs for the National ,tlne finals of the all-frosh wrestling; gain second place. Iin. individual competition.. He took cmltn
CLeag buting. "Mggsye Mc-a tournament, the all-campus gym- Although failing to win the na- third in the 40 and fourth in the the Crims
Leaguetamsng ggsy count- nastic meet, and the freshman tional meet again, the Wolverine '100 yard free style at the Big Ten dates arev
ed out of the running, and his? class events. These events include teams of which these swimmers meet last year. This season he an- j morial sta
1929 edition does not seem to be the rope climb, the standing broad were members won three straight 'nexed third place in both the 40 another in
Ithe edcetiondto teemle.Jump, the shot put (12 lb.), the Big Ten titles and two national and 100 yard events. Hayesmen
the exception to th 1rule. '50 yard dash, the high jump, and championships in addition to see- I Tom Watson also was a member Southern
The Giants outfield will be com- chinning. Good records have been ond place at St. Louis this year. of the Michigan relay quartet April 13.
posed of Leach, former Philly star, made in all of the events in the During 1927, 1928, and 1929 Coach which captured the national and The Hoo
Ott, and Welsh. Welsh and Ott preliminaries which took place as j Matt Mann's proteges lost only 'Big Ten titles in 1927. Last season jor portion
have stuck with the Giants long a part of the regular freshman 'three dual meets, all by narrow he turned his attention to the 220meet last
enough to become known quanti- classes. According to Dr. May, margins. Illinois Athletic club and and 440 yard free style events. He hard so a
ties, while Leach should be bette ctor of Physical Education, the, Yale conquered Michigan last year, placed third in the Conference tion after
with New York than he was withhile Northwestern scored the only quarter mile race. This year he The tra
the lowly Phils. For reserve duty year compare favorably with those dual meet victory over the Wol- finished second .behind Ault in the their first
McGraw has Tony Kaufman, the made in the past and there is a'varines this season. 440 yard swim at the Big Ten meet. Texas rela
former Cub pitcher who hit for the madeainothenpastandothere isaaeveinesathisiseason
substantialpttah 3inwthet.In-epossibility that several meet rec- Captain Spindle was Confer- He also anexedtfourh ce in l in
ternational League last season. Ed ords may be broken. ence back stroke champion in prvet.Thet pt.o iddehof
The winners of the various 1927, and placed third in the na- ,nton proved too fast at St. Louis, were shows
Roush will also be available for events are to receive appropriate tional collegiate meet thatea- however, as he was eliminated in tests espec
duty but his better days have eeals in toke p rt nh yer. the trial heats. in practice
passed and he can no longer be medals in token of their victory. He also swam on the Michigan
casse n o ch isane. Only one medal will be allowed to medley trio which took second in
unArt Veltman, former Chiso play-. a man,, however, so that if one man the Big Ten and national meets.
o, also in with the club, wins more than one event he will Last year Spindle finished third in
Reese To Play Second have to turn one of his medals the back stroke at the Conference
The Giant infield will present its over to the second place winner. meet and also took third place in
usual strong front with Bill Ts The eet is sceduled to start at the national competition at hil- T O P R A D IOI
at first, Andy Reese at second, exactly 3:00 o'clock, mating it ne- adelpllia. This season Spindle . J ' ' ' '' J
Travis Jackson at short, and Fred- cessary for all contestants to be in placed fourth in the Conference
die Lindstrom at third. Lindstrom, uniform and on the floor by that championships. The fastest field WHEN AIPLIE) TO
Jaks d T th time. All those who passed the ever entered caused his elimina-!
best in the league inteir respec preliminaries are expected to be tion in the national title meet. Oil Burners. leric Refrierator. Elec
tive positions but Reese is a com- I present. Another back stroker will be lost g aCash Regi
parative newcomer. He will take *to the team when George Hubbell LET US EX 'LAIN THEM
the place of Andy Cohen, who did 1adgers Boast Good graduates this June. He took
not measure up to expectations I third in the Big Ten meet in -1927 e '
last year. Cohen will be retained Yearling Track Team and fourth in the national meet. t1
for relief duty, while Crawford and Then in 1928 he swam a great race,
Baxter, both recalled from Toledo, (Special To The mi to beat Hinch for the Conference I DIAL 21 - 408
also possess good chances to stick. MADISON, Wis., April 2.-One of championship, but finished sec-
Truck Hogan will again take the strongest freshmen track teams ond behind the Purple ace at Phil- 521 East Liberty
care of the catching, with Bob in the history of the institution adelphia. He also was the first
O'Farrell and John Cummings as . has been developed at the Univer- man on the Wolverine medley trio
his assistants. It may be that Ray sity of Wisconsin this winter by which captured the Big Ten and
Schalk, who is assisting McGraw Coach Guy Sundt, assistant to Tom national championships. This sea-
this season, may get into a few Jones. The Badger yearlings are
games. undefeated after completing a LARGE FIELD PRESENT
McGraw plans to build his pitch- schedule of five telegraphic indoor
ing staff around Larry.Benton, Joe meets. AT MARYLAND OPENING
Genewich, and Fred Fitzsimmons. The Wisconsin frosh have met
A fourth man will have to be found and outpointed Notre Dame, l li'ciated
to team with this trio and it is nois, Ohio State, Michigan and BOWIE, Md., Aprol 2.-Maryland's
highly possible that Carl Hubbell Minnesota. Barring ineligibility this spring racing season found pleas-
will be the onepiig picked, for the task.
Hubbell is a roisig youngster group of first year stars should so ing portents in the opening day MAN
and has podthesensat ofstrengthen the Cardinal cinder here today. An unusual number of
the training camp this year. Carl path squad next year that the Wis- horses was here with an unprece
Mays and Jack Scott are both with Iconsin varsity will be a true title: dented list of entries for the first:
the club, but can not be counted I contender. . day's feature, the $5,000 inaugural,
on. Warren. Ogden, former Sena-I The high point winners in fr sh- the beginning of the series of stake Orders
tor, Frank Henry, and Bill Walker men meets this winter were in'the t races to reach its climax with the Ann Arbor
are other pitchers with the team, field events and the hurdles. $50,000 Preakness at Pimlico.

7 - 7-

N TRACKMEN
LiNVADE SOUTH~
i Send Team To Anniai
Bern Relay Carnival
At Atlanta
pccial To The Dail )
INGTON, Ind., April 2. 1
ach Everett S. Dean's In-
versity baseball team is
g its spring training trip,
on track and field cancil-
working hard in the Me-
diun in preparation for
zvasion of the south. The!
will enter th annual
relays at Atlanta, Ga.,!
siers carried away a ma-
in of the honors at the
year, and are working
s to retain that reputa-
this year's meet.
ckmen will return from
meets of the season, the
ays and the S. M. U. re-
ime to start training the
this week. Defects which
'n in these opening con-
cialiy will be worked on
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