T P P N I (" 14 1 l ';" AN , T) A 1 T Y
THURSDAY, JANU Y 30, 1930
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WiLVERINES S[ [BUCKY HARRIS WILL COMMENCE
riirr1SPRING TRAINING NEXT MONTH
A VRACHAPMAN CHOSEN ON ALL-STAR
FIGHTS FOR LIFETEAM AT END OF 1929 SEASON
GOPNHS ARE NEXT
ON TANK SCHEDULEf
IILILINUL lUll LUUtJI
.ti .-_. Forty followers of the baseball
profession will saunter into the pc- fnt tit :chi+a alti t ,hcn!t:i'w
\ . 'ti t : tans.;. nu lici will apcl . t in an
turesquie city of Tampa, Florids } ati. ,tit
n atter of population, on
secod i ~ ebrary24 ithAmong Michigan's leading can- i
the morning didates for the 1930 Conference
the express purpose of bringing a Medal for general proficiency in
high American league rating to.
< I athletics and scholrship is the!
the camp' of Navin when the placesth
are cinched towart the close of; lanky Wolverine basketball cap-
;:September. ta, Bob Chapman, whose play has
The Bengal horde, although not
mathmatcaly inreaingthe izeI .already earned him a position on!
Sr : i::I; mathematically increasng the size <f
of the gulf port in any remarkable one All - ConferenCe basketball
fashion, wilt no dubt cause great .Yteam and is one of the features of
interest in matters baseball fr the> the comeback which the present
entire extent f the training pe- edition of Michian cage talent is
Numbered among the number of Coming to M iasigan four years
persons who will float into Tampa i s ago highly praised as one of Hoos-
connected with the Bengal troupe .erdom's outstandng high school
Swill be 33 players, Managef Harris,t basketball products 'Chappie" has
SCoaches Roger Bresnahan, andE made good from the start, winning
SBenny Myers,Trir Dugan, B3usi- jhi nmeal his feha year on1
r:::::::: w::r::. ..r... .:;:<: ness Manager Arthur Sheahan, the court and earinge the regular
a publicity writer and a photog- center post on the Varsity early
rapher. EcaePr4 I oo in his sophomore year, which post
Bucky Harris Many new faces will take the "Pongo Joe" Cantillon. he has held ever since. With an
F crs-Tkj plac Hof familiar countenances this One of baseball's "grand old uncanny ability to secure the tip-
F W Tak - }year Pharryi Heilmann, Emil Yde, men" who is critically ill at his off, even against men tower-
Will Eddie Philwps, Haskell Billings, and . ing three and four inches over his
Heine Schuble will be among those home in:Hickman, Ky., whencesix feet two, Bob has been serving
e\Lst Du g FLam1s missing. doctors announce that he has prac double duty this year, taking the
These men have been released tically no chance for recovery. Only tip and then dropping back to
Michigan's Varsity fencing team to allow Manager Harris to blend th m ttod nb guard to bolster up the defensive
will have a letup in practice ses- into his combination new blood three oer men a in attributes of the Veenkermen.
sions from this afternoon until which is most desirable to a base- bail as far ack as Cantillon, Con- At the present time Cappie
MonayFeb 17 beaus oftheball team in the condition of the i me Mack, Wilbur Robinson, ad, A h rsn tm Cape
Monday, Feb. 17, because of the s yeomanry of Navin. Fourteen of Charles Comiskey. all three of appears to be almost certain Phi
approaching final examinations. ythemmbr ofthm.Fquadrwilln-Iwhom have sent messages to their Beta Kappa material, with 2.4 ae-
Today's drill will mark the last of the members of the squad will i- s rage for his six semesters of com-
thdeices oe e.stricken friend. -
the organized team practice ses- d p __pleted academic work. His schol-
sions under the direction of Coach Hargrave, Shea, and Hayworth --astic average will considerably ex-
John Johnstone, until that time, are the holdover catchers while Schedules Announced Iceed that which has netted the
but the individual fencers are ex- George 'Rensa and Bill Stiencke are I majority of the past winners of
pected to turn out when time per- the new backstops. Elias Funk for Golf and Tennis the Conference Medal by a wide'
mits during examination week to and Spencer Harris are the new margin. - Certainly there is little
keep in shape for the coming meets. additions to the outfield corps. M. doubt concerning his ability in
in1A. Nelson, Joe Samuels, and Char- Nine dual meets for the Varsity doubttconcerhing hl -
Although slightly disappointed i e ulvnaetepthr h ensta n ee o h athletics with cage followers here-
th hn fthetemnit y Sullivan are the pitchers who tennis tearm and seven or the abut stillcg wondering if Michigan y
the showing of the team in itsf have been added to the Bengal ros- Michigan golfers have eil sched-i abouts estlwodrnifMcga
meet against Michigan State last udBd forithe omsing seaso has ever seen a better and more I
Saturday, Coach Johnstone has ex tedf G n , o lt ncongan on yrank-valuable pivot performer,.
pressed hiimself as having every Bruggy Greenberg, wpo is listed lin C. Cappon announced yester- r
prfesehefasthavinglvery for a trial at first base came to the day.
confidence that the Wolverines Tigers after considerable bidding. Both the golf and tennis squads TENNIS SCHEDULE.j
will come back and give a good The Giants, Phillies, Boston, Wash- for next spring will be strengthen- April 26-Western State Teach-I
the season choses.vsy'te ofthme Iington, and Brooklyn all joined the ed materially by the advent of last ers college at Michigan.,
fthsatn Mchss.ign poof the ar-Tigers in an effort to land the year's freshmen to their ranks. May 3-Northwestern at Mich-
fact that Michigan took the Spar-1
n meet the p was a little youngster whose only experience is Ryan, Brace, and Rendel from the igan.t
tag ge , tobaplay uesmoreitan(Continued on Page 7) 1932 net squad will all make a dan- May 6-Michigan at Michigan
rage_oyd r theiexperienegerous bid for regular positions State.
atything else to the inexperience and should add balance to the May 10-Ohio State at Mlichi-I
of the men and the natural feeling' GOLF SCHEDULE. team. The loss of Horace Barton,
of nervousness that comes with -April 26-Purdue here last year's captain, will prove a May12-Michigan at Indiana.'
engaging in the first meet of the May 2-Ohio State, there handicap however. May5-Michigan at Wiscon-
season. To the majority of the May 7-M. S. C., here Lenfesty, Howard, and Hicks, sin.
Michigan contestants it was the May 10-Chicago, here from the yearling team of last sea- May 17-Michigan at Minne- I
first intercollegiate contest in which May 15-Northwestern, there son are all golfers of "mor than rota.
they had ever participated. r May 17-Wisconsin, there I average ability and will add power May 19-Illinois at Michigan.
The team has suffered a real May 24-Illinois, here to the Maize and Blue's bid for an- May 24-Michigan at Chicago.
blow in the lss of Carl Hammer, Dates for the annual Confer- other dual meet championship. 1
one of its few veteran members, I ence meet will be announced at _-----
who will be unable to participate I some later date as they have not
any more this season due to his in- I been set as yet.
ability to take part in the meets at
the times at which they are sched-
uled. ! TYPEWRITERS
Michigan's next meet following
the examination period is sched- I TRBBWS
tiled with Illinois, who will appear ; SIJPPLIES
here on the morning of Feb. 22 'or all makes of
Washington's birthday. The meet Typewriters.
will take place in the morning to Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures
i permit theIllinois team to go to best quality at a moderate price.
IEast Lansing for a meet with Mich- o.D. O RIL
igan State in the afternoon. On1*
(Continued on Page 7) 1314 South State St. Phone 6615
l Coach Mann Works Men Daily
I for Minnesota. Meet Still
Three Weeks Away.
WALKER DISPLAYS FORM
Despite the fact that their next
Conference meet is more than
three weeks distant, Michigan's
Varsity swimmers, holders of the
Conference title, are -working out
daily at the Intramural building
pool under the tutelage of Coach
! Matt Mann. Minnesota will pro-
i vide the next competition in Big
Nine circles, coming to Ann Arbor
on Feb. 22.
r TheGophers do not possess their
zk " uhainta~nstrength this season,
si's bendefeated byWicn
sin's natators, 41-30, several weeks
ago. Lowell Marsh, back stroke
ace, appears to be the only con-
sistent performer on Coach
Thorpe's squad. Usually the Min-
nesota'swimmers are rated among
the best in the Conference, rank-
ing in the first three teams over
a period of many seasons.
Squad Well Balanced.
Although he lost four members
ti of the 1929 championship aggrega-
* tion, Coach Mann hasa fairly well
balanced squad this season. In the
AssociatedLress i"'only two meets against high cali-
B - joCha n j ibre opposition, the Wolverines
WolvCrinesemerged victorious, defeating the
Detroit Yacht club and Toronto
Yearling Grapplers " squads by comfortable margins.
They have also scored one-sided
Rounding into Form triumphs over the Indiana .nd
Fort Wayne "Y" swimmers.
I Bob Walker is again the class of
With a larger squad than last the sprinters, showing flashes of
year Coach Russ Sauer has shaped his old form. Ernie Reif and Gus
the freshman wrestlers into a very Humbley, a promising sophoinore,
clever and promising crew. They are other competitors in the sprints.
have mastered the rudiments and Although specializing in other
now Coach Sauer is drilling them events, Frank Walaitis and Bob
on some of the fine points of the Ladd can be called upon, for serv-
game. As there will be another ice on the relay teams or in the '0
meet with the Varsity in the near and 100 yard free style dashes.
future and also the second All- ' Gridder Out for Team.
Campus meet in March the squad' Advent of Ivan Smith, erstwhile
will be at the top of its form. center on Michigan's 1929 football
At the present time there are squad, as a candidate for the tank
several men that show a nice team has given Coach Mann an-
promise for the future with the l other fast sprinter. In his 'per-
Varsity. In the 115 pound class formances against Toronto and in
Hawkins and Malewitz are leading I;time trials, Smith has been clocked
the field. Sigwart, Cortes, and ma- in good time. In spite of his
liday at 125 and Stalker, Wilson, weight, he has shown ability to
and Helliwell at 135 show the best travel through the water at a fast
orm. (Continued on Page 7)
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