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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SDThCTAY. vARCH TI1 193

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Illinois

Trackmen

May

Feature

in

Relay

Carnival

EXPECT ATHLE TES
TQ MAKESHOIN
Sentman, Capt. McDermont and
Cave, Are .Considered
Outstanding.

FORMER
ACE
I Veteran Big Le

WOLVERINE HURLI
PROMISED BRIGHT
aguers See Many

Potentialities in Bill McAfee.
Latest indications from Catalina,
Island, where the Chicago Cubs are
frnnirty n nnnnntin fn the on-

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trammng inprepar anon iornt op .
ening' of the National League sea-
PLAN WRESTLING MEET son show that Bill McAfee, former
Michigan pitcher, who is trying out
(special to The Daly) . with the champions, has displayed
URBANA, Ily, March .10 - Illini enough stuff to cause the ball
athletes are expected to play a players and scribes to sit up and
prominent part in the special tknoi
events of the Ilinois relay carnival Although it is doubtful whether
when approxinately 800 athletes the ex-Wolverine ace will remain
fromn 80 universities,, high schools, wi.th the club this summer, largely
and collegesassemble here March because of his lack of experience, a
15. bright future as a big leaguer has
Lee Sentman, Decatur flash, will been predicted for him -by experts!
be among the leading entrants in who should know what theyare
the 75 yards low hurdles in which talking about. Among his several
a new record may be created. In most famous admirers can be
a recent dual meet- with Ohio classed George Sisler, Rogers
Sate, rentdan speder the hiHornsby, Ray Schalk, and last but
State, Sentman sped over the high 3most important in this case, Joe
sticks in the world record time of McCarthy.
seconds,tIt was none other than George
his teammnate, and Al Petersilge, Sisler, another former Michigan
B pucineye hurdler. /mplayer, who was responsible in the Bill Mci
Captain Verne McDermont, a the first place for interesting Mc-B M
better than 13 1-2 foot pole vault- Afee in the big time, while Rogers
er, seems slated for a great year. Hornsby was directly responsible a
McDermont recently cleared the for his signing with the Cubs.-
high cross-bar at 13 feet 6 inches, The story goes that Sisler, when Mighty C
and then fell out in an attempt at he was managing the St. Louis-
14 feet. That is far better than Browns, invited McAfee to the park LAFAYETTE, In
his work at this early stage of the to work out undr his supervision. -Winning or sharin
1929 season. M3Dermont tied for When Sisler was transferred to the ships; finishing i
first place in last year's outdoor Boston Braves he introduced McAfee position three time
western conference meet with a to Hortsby who inturn introduced ing below fourth p
vault of 13 feet 7 inches. him to Joe McCarthy, the Cub man- gy Lambert's Pu
He will also fe' entered in the ager. Being impressed by his build: squads have set u
all-around in which he took third and his college record, the Chicago record for the ele
place last year, and should be 'leader invited him to accompany from 1920 to 1930,
among the leading contestants at- the Cubs on their training trip, and their already grea
tempting to wrest. the title from from all appearances he made no erably enhanced b
Barney Berlinger of the University mistake. Ence of the 1930
of Pennsylvania. , . If McAfee succeeds in winning a quintet, Lambert's
In the low hurdles, the Illini will i berth with the National League stand head and sho
offer Jimmy Cave to defend the champions within a year or two he rest of the confer
title he tripped away with last will hold the distinction of being on the eleven-year
year... the only home town boy on the In the past fiv
The Illini also loom up strongl. squad, no other member of the Cub; basketball fives h
in the high jump with Bob Carr in team being able to call Chicago his below the runner-u
the daslies with Useman, Witte, home during the off season. title race.
and Paterson; and in the broad Ray Schalk, who is coaching the -_--
jump where Sentman and Wanger Cub pitchers this season, will bear
will be angling for places. 'out any statement that McAfee has
The Big Ten individual cham- a smart pitching head and a nice
pionships in wrestling will be con- assortment of goods. Schalk has
tested here March 14 and 15, with been. drilling the former Wolverine
the finals, the afternoon of March star along with several other
15. promising rookies and thinks high-
ly of the rookie collegian.
CLEVELAND, Ohio-Fred Gardel-
1a nd Walter Hosbach of Detroit 1 Purdue has won the Conference
annexed first honors in the matinee basketball title in five of the last
doubles event of the American ten years. On two other occasions,
Bowling Congress with a score of the Boilermakers finished the sea-
1218. son as runner-up.
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Just Arrived
SUITS and
TOPCOATS
A new shipment of the light grey P
and tan colors.
See our windows for the Spring
Ensembles.
n A r-rrmi i nmmini

NG IT1liMM [N WOLVERINE FENCERS FAVORED
CAREER ' 1 L Ul 1 TO ANNEX CONFERENCE HONORS
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tain odnrepciey e end of a 14 to 3 scare but their
6 . main and Gordon respectively, de-I
feated the former Conference work against the Bishops was farl
IlMini A. C.' to Sponsor Big champions in these weapons. below the form displayed in the
Wrestling Card Next Month Next week Michigan won its sec- Illinois encounter.
InnChicago. non-conferen rom Qhi n the following afternoon the
is Ciao.'Wesleyan in a manner which seem-
_ ed to forecast a mid-season slump. 'wolverines meet Ohio State at Co-
CLINNIN IS CHAIMAN The Wolverines finished at the long lumbus with the odds decidedlyf
against them but again found that
(s1ccial t The Daily) Sthey could rise to the necessary
CIICAGO, March 10-The great- ;heights against the better type of
est amateur wrestling tournament Teams Show at Detroit competition and won their fourth
ever promoted 'in the middlewestM ch, match of the season and the second
will be staged at the Coliseum, Chi- N ght Dinner in the Conference, 10 to 7.
cago, on April 15, 16, 17, and 18, un- The toughest test of the season
der the sanction of the Central A. Members of the wrestling, box- came in the final meet against Chi-
, A. U. and under the direction of ing and fencing teams put on ex- cago, whose team in view of their
the Illnois Athletic Comission,1 hibition matches at the Detroit clean slate for the year and a
'Gen. John V. Clinnin, chairman.
rFven fo eve class from the Yacht club last night for the. an- slightly more impressive victory
112 pounders to the heavyweights nual Michigan Night banquet over the Illini than that of the
have been provided and diamond sponsored by the Detroit Alpinni j Wolverines were expected to end
medals will be awarded the win- Association. The Wolverines held the winning streak of Coach John-j
ners of each class and token stud- matches with members of their stone's squad. However, Michigan's
ded with rubies will be presented own teams to give the Detroit strength as a. team as well as the
to the runnersup, with a rich graduates a chance to see some of
trophy for the winning team. the Michigan minor sports repre-! performance of two undefeated in-
fee. Thetournament will be promot- sentatives in action. dividuals was too powerful for the
A___._ed by Messrs. Joe Coffey and Doc Both the fencing and wrestling Matons who were forced to take a
Krong whose sole aim is to revive teams will enter the Conference 1 theall-ong.
Ci interestin the mat sport. They meets scheduled for this week-end Chi gotheWall-conference meet at
announce they will be more than at Chicago and Illinois, where the . th
d pleased if they break even finan- individual champions in each event havo na th eir
-- March 10 j cially on the venture and have will be decided. The Wolverine strnamlydtheirase rond
d., March 10 - promised that if there is a surplus swordsmen have already won the strength and the possession of two
g in champion- I of funs above expenses that crip- I dual meet championship of the men ho ve demonstrate t cir
n the runner-up pled, friendless and homeless chil- Conference by emerging from their superiorapos itio to Cn-
s, and never fall- dren will reap the benefits. schedule undefeated. tair waon.an adiBon torCap-
iace Coch .~ .''ItamStolmanandBobGordon,
dace, Coach P1g- Solidly behind the tournament Although the matmen did not who should win-the foils and sabre
rdue basketball is the Illinois Athletic Comission successfully defend the title they events respectively, Friedman, who
ip a remarkable which has given its word that the wrested from Illinois last year they has shown a steady improvement
ven year period venture as planned meets with its finished the. dual meet season in all season, is likely to finish well up
Inclusive. With hearty approval and all the mach- third place by virtue of their win in the foil . Hammer defeated last
.t record consid-
t erf cormi- inery of the board will be put in over Wisconsin last- Saturday.( year's sabre champion, Schlerckert,
champioship operation to make the meet an un- , In the individual championships, and on the strength of this as well
Purdue fives I qualified success. As a matter of Michigan should have four or fiveIas his improvement during the sea-
ulders above the fact it was Gen. Clinnin who sug- men in the running for the crowns. son is rated to place in this wea-
ence contenders 1gested the tournament, purely, Captain Hewitt, Parker, and Kelly pon. Neither epee men are expect-
basis. i however, as an individual and not are already conceded to be among ed to place inasmuch as three other
e years, Purdue as an official. The Illinois Athletic the best in the Big Ten, while Auer, conference men in this event, Sie-
ae never fallen Commission recently banned heavy- by virtue of his showing 'the last bert, of Illinois, and Sacerdote and
ip position in the weight professional bouts for ethi- I few meets is fast coming to the Wallace of Chicago tiave defeated
cal reasons. fore in the mat sport. the. Michigan fencers.

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