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THE MICHIGAN

DAl 'r

IWDNrSDAY, APRIL 24, i120

1'

LIVINGSTON FINISHES

36 HOLES WITH SCORE OF 142

LENFESTY IS SECOND, ONE STROKE BEHIND'
LOW SCORES FEATURE SECOND DAY'S PLAY

3 _ _.____ .._.__________ ._.____

Fourteen Chosen To Make Drake Relays Trip

I

SEVENTY TEAMS
PLAY IN INDOOR

|VARSITV WINS SECOND

No Other Players Retain Positions 0-0
Held At The End Of The I TWELVE LOWEST QUALIFIERS I
First Round AFTER SECOND DAY'S PLAY
11IKS T11 R WIH 16 ILivingston ... .70.. ..72.. .. 142J
HCKS IS THIRD WITH 146 f~''t 4.2
_____j ILenfesty ......71..72... .143
Hicks .........75....71. ...146
Continuing to play a consistently Howard .......72. . . .75. . . .147 I
good game, Richard Livingston re- Hoover ........77... .70... .147 1
tained his lead in the annual qual- Lewis.........77... .72... .149I
ifying tournament for membership( Hand........76 ....77... .153
in the Barton Hills and Ann Arbor Hobart.......:76....78....154
golf clubs by turning in a 72 for Royston......79.. ..75... .154
the last eighteen holes, giving him Becker.......77. ... 77. ...154
a total of 142 for the two rounds. Wenzel.......80... .76... .156
Lenfesty, who turned in the same Whyte ....86... .71.. .157
score for yesterday but whose 71 o q
in the first round placed him a
close second with a 143 total, was
the only other man to stay in the
same position he held after theG
first round.
None of the forty candidates for
these meiberships seriously UUU
threatened the two leaders for
low scores over the thirty-six holes
although three players shot under Reston and Priest Show Well In
them for the second round and Scrimmage Monday; Punters
one turned in the same score. Hicks Hold Workout
nosed Howard out of third honors
by finishing with a 71 while the Taking advantage of the second
latter dropped to 75, thereby prac- day of fine weather this week to
tically reversing their scores for put his proteges through a stiff
the first round in which Howard workout, Coach Tad Wieman yes-
came in with a 72 and Hicks with 1 terday afternoon started the fu-
a 75. ture Wolverine grid stars out on
Hoover Shoots a 70 Isome real tackling. He beganI
One of the biggest reversals of with one man trying to bring down'
form was shown by Hoover who a running back, but as the session
jumped from seventh to a tie for grew older, two tacklers were put
fourth place by turning in a 70, on the one runner. These tacklers
the lowest score made so far in the hit their man with all they had,
second round of play. Hoover's 70 land as a result bruises and bangs
with his 77 for the first round gave were numerous among the candi-
him a total of 147 and a tie with dates.
Howard. Several timeouts were called by
Lewis also improved his score the ball carriers, but no serious in-
from a 77 for the first round to a juries other than having the wind
72 in the second to gain fifth rank- knocked out of a couple of them
ing in the tournament. Hand fin- (Continued On Page 7)
isled in. sixth place with a final
score of 153 after making thetwo FRESHMEN DRILL F
rounds in 76 and 77. Hobart drop-TH
ped from fifth place at the en MEETS WITH GO]

BALL TOURNE YS
Nine Iterfraternity Contests Are ILT FE
Scheduled To Take Place This
Afternoon Early Inning Lead Aids Fisher's
Swinging into motion for the first Team To Down Yearling Nine,
time this sprmngseventy teams of 6_To_5
the inter-fraternity softball league 6o
are playing off their first games MONTAGUE PITCHES WELL'
this week at the intramural dia-
monds on south Ferry Field. The Six runs scored in the firs' three
teams are divided into fourteen innings brought another victory
leagues of five teams each. Each for the Varsity baseball nine over,
team will play four games in their Coach Blott's freshman nine, 6 to
league and the winners will meet 5, yesterday in the second clash
the winners of the other leagues with the yearlings. The Varsity
in an elimination tournament to grouped six hits together with some
be staged the third week in May. loose fielding on the part of the
Some excellent ball has been losing team to score its six tallies.I
played in the first few games, ac- Light hitting marked the tilt, the
cording to intramural officials. In Varsity getting but eight hits anda
one game Monday five homers the freshmen only six.
were slugged out in succession in The early lead came to advan-
a game of which the final score' tage since the freshmen pounded
stood 30 to 3. So far there have Holtzman, Varsity hurler, for four
been no forfeits and there are more runs in the third inning and an-
entries than there were last year. nexed another score off Montague'
Nine games are scheduled for in the seventh to come within af
this afternoon. They are: single run of a tie. After the early
4:15 innings, the freshman hurlers kept!
Sigma Zeta vs. Sigma Alpha Mu.the Varsity clubbers pretty well
Phi Kappa Psi vs. Delta Kappa subdued.j
Epsilon. Crouch Gets Triple
Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Delta Holtzman started on the mound
Upsilon.-.

GEORGE RETAINS NATIONAL A. A. U.
HEAVYWEIGHT MAT CHAMPIONSHIP
t Wolverine Mat Star Defends Title
Successfully In New York
Tournament

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Michigan's giant heavyweight
wrestler, Ed George, successfullyj
defended his national A. A. U.
championship last Saturday at
New York City, after disposing of
his competition for the title with
ease. No one whom he encounter-
ed in the preliminary rounds was
able to extend George seriously,
and in the final bout for the na-
tional crown the former Alympic
star disposed on Odoilio Marchioni
of Boston, by pinning him to the
mat.
This decisive victory left no
doubt in the minds of the specta-
tors as to who is'the best man in
the unlimited division in the coun-
try, as twice inside of a year
has the Wolverine displayed his
supremacy. In Grand Rapids last
summer, George first won the right
to the national title, and he proved
his worth in Europe by going to
#the final match before being put
out of the running.
George had a fine year intercol-
legiate competition, not losing a
match during the half season which
he was eligible, but he was kept
from the National Intercollegiate1
meet because of an arm injury sus-
tained two days before that event.

Alpha Tau Omega vs. Kai
Delta Tau Delta vs. Phi
Delta.
Phi Mu Alpha vs. Phi
Tau.
5:15
Hermitage vs. Xi Psi Phi.
Phi Alpha Delta -vs. Phi
Tau.
Zeta Beta Tau vs. Sigma
Pi Lambda Phi vs. Pi
Alpha.
OR TELEGRAPHI
PHERS AND INDI

ppa Nu.
Gamma
Kappa
Kappa
Pi.
Kappa
C
ANS

for the Varsity with Reichman be-
hind the plate. He got by the first
two innings.successfully, blanking!
the freshman and turning them l
back hitless, but he was clubbed
for three. hits and four runs in
the third frame. Hazen singled as
a starter Viand Libkin was safe
when Reichman let his popup fall!
in front of the plate. Superko
flied out but Tomkins' scratch sin-3
gle to McCoy filled the bases. Hud-
son walked forcing in one run and
Crouch rammed~ a triple to right
shoving in three runs. The next
two were easy outs.
Holtzman was relieved in the
fifth when Montague went to the
box with Truskowski assuming thel
catching duties. Montague had
lots of stuff, striking out seven dur-
ing his four inning stay. He was
nicked for a hit in both the fifth,
sixth and seventh, a fluke double
to left after an error permitting
the freshmen to score in the lucky
inning. Tomkins tripled in the
(Continued On Page 7)

the frst eighteen noles to a tie for
seventh with Royston and Becker l
with 154 shots apiece.
Whyte Makes Comeback
Wenzel turned in a 156 and Whyte
a 157 to complete the first twelve
qualifying players. Whyte made j
the biggest comeback in the tourn-
ament when after turning in an 86
for the first round he made the1
second 18 holes with a 71, the sec-
ond lowest score turned inyester-
day to enter the select list of the I
leading sixteen players.
All of the golfing enthusiasts en-I
tered in this match have not yet S
played their last eighteen holes and 1
the ranking is likely to be changed
after the last of the cards are turn-r
ed in this afternoon. Twelve Var-t
sity players and four freshmanr
will become qualified for member-i
ship in the Barton Hills and AnnI
Arbor golf clubs as a result of thisc
play. The eight leading varsity1
men will be given memberships in
the Barton Hills club on whose2
course the Wolverines will play allv
of their home Varsity matches. ,
Varsity May Change
The four lowest members of the
Varsity will play on the Ann. Ar-
bor links as will the four freshmen
who qualify for memberships.
These four varsity players may
challenge either the seventh or1
eighth ranking players on the Bar-
ton Hills course and may change
positions upon defeating either of
them.c

Yearling Trackmen Continue Out- vantage on the outdoor track than
he did inside. Of the hurdlers
door Workouts; Campbell Out Wood seems to be the best bet.
With Bad Ankle Ralph Black has displayed an
Many promising men on the exceptional all-round ability by
his excellent work in three differ-
freshman track squad have been ent events, the javelin throw, the
working out on Ferry Field in discus throw, and the high jump.
preparation for two telegraphic The squad is working hard at
dual meets which will be held in the present time and is staging
the near future. On May 10 and time trials daily.
11 the freshmen will hold the first
outdoor telegraphic meet with
Minnesota as their opponents,
while Illinois will be- met the fol-
lowing week.
Wolfe appears to be the best
miler on the squad, while Fitzgib-
bons is the class of the outdoor two
milers. Both of these men also

Ed George
SORRELL TO HURL
IN TIGER OPENER
, BYAssociated P es)
DETROIT, April 23.-Victor Sor-
rell, a right hander, will face the
Cleveland Indians when the Tigers
come home tomorrow to open the
major league season here. Man-
ager Stanley Harris announced in
St. Louis yesterday that he would
not alter the order of rotation' in
which he plans to work his regular
moundsmen, and that Sorrell
would take his regular turn before
the home folk.

STennis Team To Play
At Evanston Saturday
Favored with the best in tennis
1weather for the last few days the
Varsity netmen have shown rapid
improvement and are rounding in-
-to form with surprising speed. The
problem of changing from the in-
door game to the outdoor has been
largely a matter of the change in
bounce. The players find with the
wind also a varying factor.
In all probability the veteran
men will make the journey to
Northwestern for the opener with
the Wildcats on Saturday. With a
'strong chance for team honors]
Coach Courtwright will probably
take only the most experienced of
his racket wielders.

THREE RELAY TEM
Captain Ketz, Tolan, Williams:
Chapman And Poorman Also
Will Go
FOUR ENTER FIELD EVENTS
Fourteen men have been selected
by Coach Stephen A. Farrell to
make the trip to the Drake relays
at Des Moines this weekend as a re-
sult of trials held yesterday at
Ferry field. Five individual per-.
formers and three relay teams
comprise the Michigan entries in
the annual meet.
A mile relay team composed of
Dale and Dalton Seymour, Freese,,
and Tarbill will make a bid for
honors against a strong field. Mis-
souri won this event in fast time
at the Kansas relays last week.
Dash Quartet Entered
The Wolverines will enter a quar"..'
tet of dashmen in an attempt to
win a place in the 880 yard relay.="c
Tolan, Murray, and Grodsky are
islated to carry the baton in this
race, while the fourth man will be
chosen from among the quarter
milers who are making the trip.
Eddie Tolan will compete in his
specialty, the 100 yard dash, against
a field of star sprinters. Elder of
Notre Dame and Bracey of Rice are
exp cted to enter this race. Wilcox
of Kansas, who beat out Tolan for
second place at Lawrence, is also a
likely starter.
Four Wolverines are making the
trip to Drake to enter the field*
events. Captain Wilfred Ketz will
be a favorite in the hammer.
throw, ashe has thrown the iro .
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starred in the indoor season just
concluded. McLaughlin iz the best
of the half milers. Campbell, the
best sprinter in the squad, is laid
up at the present time with a bad
ankle, but should be ready for
work soon. Russell, another sprint-
er, has shown to much better ad-
o o
FOOTBALL MANAGER
More* second semester fresh-
men are needed to try out for
football manager. Any fresh-
l men interested report at the
Field House at 3 o'clock any
I afternoon this week.C
R. B. Fogarty, Manager.

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