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O 18, wTHE MICHICAN DAILY

NEW NAUKSSET iN,
ImpI 'hlul vunninrf

BADGER COACH AWAITS TURNOUT
OF GRIDDERS FOR SPRING WORKOUT

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Il'bfl a HIVUL II ](Special to The Daily)
MADISON, Wis., March 15.-"In
nall my football coaching experience

'he inen can come out, One of the'
j hief difficulties in previous springs
has been that the coaches have not

Ihave foun hta ysrn
Another Equaled in Sixth IIbeen able to count on the same
practice goes, so goes my fall slea- e nscesv as
annual Competition. son," is the way Glenn Thistl men on successive days.
thwaite. head coach of the Univer- To Have Game.
WARD IS OUTSTANDING sity of Wisconsin explains his .In any event, the spring work
anxiety to secure a large turnout'will conclude with one regulation
(Contued From Page 6) of candidates for the Badgers' Igame between two picked teams,
wood's brilliant middle distance spring training session, "which will which will be made as nearly equal
star, finished' far put in front of start March 24. Ijn strength as possible.
Ktahe,' f-edfrarun Ron of ICoach Thistlethwaite has been Coach Thistlethwaite stressed the
Kahler o Redford and Roe working for some time 'on plans for fact that every roan with football
Northwestern to claim half mile the spring sessionwhich will be in ambition will be welcomed this
:honors. two periods. Work will start March spring, regardless if his previous
Froebel assumed the scoring lead 24 and be carried on daily until eyperience or lack of it. All eligi-
in 'theithird event, placing Smith,April ,8, when the annual spring ble freshmen numeral men and all
vacation will halt the ,pr,,tice for, varsity football men who are not
Hart, and Perrotta in first, third nine days. Training Will be re- actively engaged in other sports as
and fourth places. Watson of De- sumed April 17 and will then con- members of varsity teams will be
'troit Eastern capturea second tinue for three weeks. expected to report.
.Offense to be Stressed. Thistlethwaite is hoping for an
The Summ.ri.s, "Most of the emphasis of our initial erollment of 200 candidates
-a The Summaries spring training this year will be and ,will consider the situation se-
9:ard low hurdles-Won bY nlaced on two points," poach This- rious if less than 150 men turn out.
Ward '(Noi'thwestern), .Malamberg tlethwaite continued. "The first He blames no one for the fact that
(Waukegan) second,.Abrams (Froe- is the trying out of the material; the 1929 spring session was disap-
be) third, Lillig (LaGrange) fourth. the second, the stressing of of- pointing but insists that Wisconsir
i re,09 rdW.t fense." The Badger coach then mut have a serious, efficient spring
k yord)run-won- by Smith went on to explain that owing to practice this year if the autumn
(Lakewood), Kahler (Redford) the fact that Wisconsin will meet campaign is to be a success. Last
second, Roe (Northwestern) third, Chicago October 11 and Pennsyl- year only about 60 men reported
J toni (Froebel) fourth. Time vania a week later, it will be neces- with fair regularity.
:01:2. sary to start work immediately in Entire Staff to Work.
&0 yard dash-Won by Smith September in special preparation The entire varsity football coach-
o froeb -), Watson (Eastern) sec- for atce games. Tt will be im- ing staff will work with the can-
end, t (Froebel) third, Perrota praticespend didates this spring. This includes
(F'ro'bel) 'fourth. Time, :05.7. any time next faiin experinm±em r - Head Coach Thistlethwaite, Stub
440 yard dash-Won by Dykas ing with the personnel. Team Allison, lne coach, Campbell Dick-
(Northeastern), Hershey (Western) work will demand all the coaches' son, and titor, Bo Cuisinier, back-
tecond, 'tone (Scott) third, fres- attention from the opening day. field coach, and Rube Wagner, as-
ftaain (G1tand Rapids 'Creston) 1 The chief value of the spring sistant line coach. Irv Uteritz and
fourth. 'The winner created a new training session is for assaying the Guy Sundt of the football staff will
record of :52,1 in this event. The material. be busy with the Freshmen baseball
former record of :52.8 was held by To this end, Coach Thistlethwaite and track squads, respectively.
Moley of Central High school of would like very nucni to play a Several big gaps in the Badger
'Columbus, 'Ohio. I number of practice games in the battle front must be filled before
65-yard low hurdles-Won by last fortnight. Just 'how many next fall and it must be done this
Ward (Northwestern), Malmberg games can be played will depend spring. Every guard on last year's
(Waukegan), Schwenger (Central, upon the regularity with which squad will be gone next fall.
Detroit), Zimmer (LaGrange) - _-
fourth. Time, :07.5. In this eventI'
Ward tied his own record time es-I
tablUshed in the preliminaries.
880 yard relay-Won by Froebel I v ra New s
(mith, Fister, Hart, Perrota), II . A1trr1X1i raA AN ew s
Lakewood second, Scott third, and l
northwestern fourth. Time, 1:35.1,j
In this event Froebel broke their
own record which had been estab- I TENNIS. ered one of the best ever sponsored
ished in the preliminaries of 1:35.2.1 Sam Shehan, a first year man I tourney with a hard-fought
One mile run, first section-Won on the campus and formerly a more Lits took high honors in the
by Hurd (orthestern), Carr Colorado university star, showed last meet. Nine teams are -enter-
(Redford) second, Servis (Ann Ar- calibre yesterday in battling to the ed in the meet scheduled forI
bor) third, Sampson (Scott) fourth. finals of the all-campus, tennis' Thursday and more are expected
"Timi, 4':41.6. the Intramural officials. Sopho- due to the last minute entry blank.
One mile run, second section- straight-set- victory over Johnny The inter-class relays will also be
WonR ei- d held with this meet. Each team
ds Union), Lawton (orthwestern) Rede. spots four meA and te distance
second, Spall (Southeastern) third, Both sets were decided at 9-, run by each man is 220 yards.
Lehnavitch (Lakewood) fourth. Sherman coming from a 2-5 game BASKETBALL.
Time, 4:54.4. count to win the first set. Reindel Two semi-final games in the
Medley Relay-Won by North- is a flashy sophomore, figured a class "A" fraternity cometition
wstern (Moore, Stobbe, Coggin, sure member of the Michigan var- will be played at 8:20 o'clock Mon-
Rheaume), Lakewood second, Froe- sity team this spring. 'day night. Four teams have sur-
bel thitd, and Grand Rapids South IBy virtue of his win over Rein- vved the preliminaries and the
tourth Time, 4:5.8. del, Sherman will ieet Roln games Monday will determine who
Pole vault--Won by Wonowicz Clark for the all-campus indoor plays the finals on March 19. Xi
(roebl), eivich (Froebel) second, title Wednesday as a part of the Psi Phi meets Trigon in the first
Lasky (Hamtramck) and Myers ramural building's open house. semi-final match. The second
LaGrange) tied for third and . TRACK. game, Alpha Sigma Phi takes on
fourth places. Heighth, 12 feet, 5 Competition between inter-class Phi Epsilon Kappa.
14 i trches. This breaks the record teams will center on the track INDEPENDENT COMPETITION.
peviousl, held by Divich of Froe- meet Thursday, March 20, at 7:30 Bowling for Independent teams
bel at 11 feet, 9 1-4 inches. in the Yost field house. The entry is now under way in the Union
12-pound shot put-Won by -Fun- blanks will be kept open until that alleys. Three teams have rolled
ids (Northwestern), Brannerman time. First place winners are to and the Roofs, captained by Bob
(Plymouth) second, Daniels (Cass )'receive track jerseys with their Klintworth are up on top with a
Tech) third, Zimmer kLaGrange) I class numerals while points scored total of 2,370 pins. Second place
fourth. Distance, 44 feet 3 1-2 by the entire team are counted to- is tied up by the Hoosiers and
inches. wards the all-year trophy. Buckeyes, each having turned in
Running Hgih Jump-Ward The meet last year was consid- scores of 2,132.
(Northwestern) and Glickert (To-
ledo Scott) tied for first place,
Myers (LaGrange), Hague (North-
tastern), Smith (Ottawa Hills) Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
Mallard and Gordon (Froebel) all
tied for third and fourth places.
Height, 6 feet 2 1-2 inches. This High Grade Repair Service
establishes a new record, the form-
Hi ohe held by Beagle (Harvey, Ill.) I
t 6 feet 1-2 inch.
Running Broad Jump-Won by
Myers (LaGrange), Scott (Froebel), I
Gray (Scott) and Schwenger (De-
trit Central) fourth. Distance, 21
feet, 10'1-2 inches. __________________

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