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T19nr .M ICHU.AN


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n Sherman to Oppose Clark
in Finals of Tennis I
Singles Tourney.
troit Players to Encounter{
Faculty Squash Team
in Contest.
Vith the period of winter and
spring Varsity athletes vir-
11y brought to a close, campus
rting enthusiasts are turningl
a interest to the annual Open:
ase programn on Wednesday eve-
g which will be the highlight of
week's actiivities in the realm
n exceedingly successful winter
'amural sport season will be
aght to a close in spectacular
pion when over 300 athletes
her to compete in the final
rid in 37 events. A1 1f these
tests with the exception of the
key championships- will be held3
the spacious Intramural build-,












Three seconds . and a tie for
fourth sums up the success of the r
Maize and Blue track squad at the1
Illinois relays last Friday and Sat-
urday. Tolan lost a close race to -
Simpson in the 75 yard dash, the
Ohioan finishing a scant yard
ahead of the Wolverine entry.
Campbell pressed Cordon of Miam
University in the O yard event.
finishing about a- yard to the reap
of the Miami star. Competition"
proved to be too keen for ,Brooks,-;
Michigan's shot putter, and he
failed to place.
Pottle turned .in a gdod perform- ' . ' ,-,-"
ance in the pole vault to tie for -.
fourth place, clearing 12 feet 0
The mile relay team made up of
Dale Seymour, Mosser, Russell and
Mueller finished second to-the Mis- '
souri quartet who established a new
record with the time of 3::24.5. This
event was run off in two sections
and the times made by Missouri' U RBE
and Michigan were good enough to
insure them first and second place
to the exclusion of the other sec-
tion entirely. Wisconsin took third, .
a tenth of a second behind Mic-hi- These members of Connie Mack's
gan. The medley relay team met champions of the baseball world
with little success, finishing in are getting into condition to de-
seventh place in the final check-up. fend their title in the American
Coach Farrell expressed himself as League season that opens in less
being fairly well satisfied with the than a month.
showing that the squad made in "Bing" Miller and "Mule" Haas,
the, competition. right fielder and center fielder re-

After three days of idleness the
Varsity baseball squad returned to
active practice yesterday in Yost
Field house, going through the same'
batting drill that hs occupied the
time since the infielders and out-
fielders first reported for practice
on March 1.
It was Coach Fisher's intention
yesterday to take the squad out-
side for its first drill of the season
on Ferry Field, but with the slight
Ari Arkln, h. tan in th : f tn n nn

Captain Stolpinan Makes Best
Showing Taking Second
Place in Foils.
One of the biggest upsets occur-
ing in any of the All-Conference
meets last week-end was the fail-
ure of the Michigan fencers to fin-
ish in the first three places at Chi-


Is Second Open House.
Last year's open house program,
he first in the history of Michi-
an's intramural system, proved a
istinct success, with over 2,700
eople witnessing the various
vents which provide practically
rery type of sport enthusiast the
pportunity to see a skilled per-
>rmance in his favorite activity.,
Usually the headline attraction
i the Intramural building floor is
ie final round match in the all.
inpus indoor singles tennis tour-
ey. This year should prove no,
:ception with Rollin Clark and
3,mn Sherman wired in the hram-

spectively of the Athletics, are both
l beginning to- swing into their nat-
ural batting strides again, while
"Rube" Walberg, Connie Mack's
stellar southpaw hurler, is still able
to baffle the best of batters with
his curves.
Mickey Cochrane, Wally Schang,

arzzae a oegan nLc e a rnoon
the weather cooled off and-"caused -ago. Having completed their
him to change his mind. On the schedule Without a defeatn the
itsef nW-olverines were favored to win the
first day that presents meet, yet were forced into fifth
the candidates will do their prac- 2osition at the close of .the bouts
ticing outdoors. with a meager 3.5 points.
S*.. . The ]erry Field diamond is in the linois repeated its performance
best of condition, the only fault hamplonship as well as taking all
with it being that it is almost too three individual titles. Chicago
dry. As more can be accomplished was second with 6.5, Northwestern
, r 1on the field itself than in the bat- third with 5, Purdue fourth with 4,
f .Michiganfifth with 3.5h and O hio
....n {.".ting cage no time will be wasted insthwith 1 t
<> .getting the squad on the diamond. Stobpman Takes Second.
.Batting practice has occupied the Caytain Stolpman made the best
_______ ., '\major share of the spotlight for the showing for the Wolverines by ty-
-PERKINS past week or two, but no line can ing for second place in the foils
1 with Sacerdote of Chicago. Stolp-
Associated ress P ota! be drawn on the hitters until they man's route throughout the meet
and Cy Perkins, three veteran per- get a chance to swing at the offer- j was particularly rough after he
formers, who go to make up the ings of the hurlers out of doors. won his first bout from Blant of
catching staff of the champions, It appears from early observations Northwestern 5 to 0. He then took
are also shown getting into shape that Michigan's team this year will three successive bouts from Mitch-
for the season. Schang was ob- be about on a par with the teams 'ell of Purdue, 5-4, Graebel of Wis-
tained during the winter from the of other years in the hitting line. consin, 5-3 and his Ohio State op-
Browns in a deal for Sammy Hale, Pitchers constltute the chief ponent, '5-4 before Iosing his first
Athletic's third baseman. worry of Coach Fisher at present, bout to Sacerdote 5-4. In the fin-
no one besides one or two Of the als Stolpman lost a fast bout to
holdovers from last year's team Haier, 5-2, which eliminated him
Wildcat Coach Opens having been found who can pitch from further play.
Spring Grid Practice deceptive curves and still control Dowsett Ties for Fourth.
the ball. Several promis ag men Dowsett was the only other Mich-
(special to he Daly) have been found, however, who if igan fencer to place, tying . for
EVANSTON, Ill., March 17.-- they can be taught to put the ball fourth honors with four other men.
Coach Dick Hanley opened spring where they want to xhay develop In the preliminary bouts the Mich-
hinto winning moundsmen. igan entry in epee won two out of
football practice at Northwestern The Varsity squad has over three four matches and in the finals lost
university last week with 45 candi- weeks remaining in which to pre- his first two bouts to Wallace of
dates reporting for the opening pare for the initial diamond battle Ohio and Sinyken of Wisconsin.
drill. This number is expected to of the season. On April 12, thei Gordon who had been favored to
: Wolverines will stack against Cin-1 Win the title in the-sabre lost four
-e boosted as soon as basketball : cinnati in the first game of their of his six bouts by four to five de-
practice is discontinued. southern trip. During that week cisions. In his other two bouts he
Most of the men reporting are [the Fisher squad will also play was defeated by Buckley of North-
freshmen who aspire to a position j Vanderbilt, Georgia, and the Unit- western, 5-2 and won his final en-
on the varsity next fall. ed States Infantry School. gagemient from Godberg, 5-3.

Boxers Show Form as1
Campus Tourney Nears!
Winding up .with at least three

:nship match.
Clark, the star of last year's
werful freshman tennis contin-
nt, will be a slight favorite over
Ferman. The la'tter, one of the
nking stars in Rocky Mountain
t circles, has turne in some good
ay recently, upsetting the dope to
feat the midget Reindell in the
mi-finals and should give Clark
hard fight all the way.
Squash Matches Scheduled.
Another feature of the Open
ruse offerings will be the squash
libition matches between the
.versity Club of Detroit and the
culty team. This sport has been
recent inception here on the
rnpus but its adoption has been
pid and is fast becoming one of
e most, popular sports which the
w building houses. These ekhi-
&on matches promLise to be hard
ight all the way and the calibre
play should be -of a high order.
The University club has been an'
requent visitor to the Intramural
orts in exhibition contests but on
e few occasions that the De-'
iters have been represented have
ered fast -and polished play. The
ulty team includes several play-
of experience and ability who
well :fitted to extend the De-
iters to the limit.j
arsity Swimmers to Participate.
Matt Mann's'Varsity swimmersk
I offer a WAter polo game and
ing exhibition to further diver-
y the Open House program.
laitis, Raike, and Grimshaw of
Varsity are promising takeoff
ists and should put on a classy
'formance. As yet it has not been
:ided just which teams will be
led upon to face each other but
s expected that the Varsity will
vc another battle royal with the
ong freshman team in the water
o feature.
)n the handball courts the To-
o Y. M. C. A. will furnish the op-
ition for the University per-,
mers. In this sport several stu-.
its, Steve Jones, Joe Axinn, and
ers have shown exceptional
lity and, a fast exhibition is

fast rounds a piece last night, the
entrants in the all-campus boxin[
show will spend their time today i
light bag work, shadow boxing, and
a last attempt to make the weight
SAs the preliminary bouts will star
at 8 o'clock Wednesday night a]
entrants will weigh in between3
c and 4 o'clock in'the a'fternoon.
The final practice session wa
marked with a pep and punch tha
has not been seen all season. Al
of the leather pushers were -in .to
form and with one .day of ligh
work they will enter the ring for
the opening of the show with all o
the power in the world to make i-
the'fastest meet ever to be held on
this campus.
Bill Hewitt broke loose with A
rushing attack last night that cou-
pled with clever footwork and an
ability to hit with both hands
showed him to be one of the best
h aiP that Coach Philibin has


SSim ingSats f
By Edward L. Warner. Hinch tallied five points for the
Northwestern can place the laur- Wildcats in the back stroke, How-
els of victory upon the .brows of lett annexed five and Peterson
five swimmers who collaborated to three in the breast stroke, while
take the swimming championship Wilson scored five more in the dis-
of the Big Ten back to Evanston tance swims. Hinch1 Hewlett and
after a three year stay in Ann Ar- Peterson rang up the other eight
bor. Schwartz, Hinch, Howlett, points,- by winning the medley re-:
Peterson, and Wilson of the Wild- lay. With Schwartz's high total,
cats scored 41 points between them, this quintet compiled the 41 points.
10 more than Michigan's natators;
could register. The other four In beating his teammate,
Purple points came in the 160 yard Don Peterson, to the finish in
relay. the 200 yard breast stroke, Bob


Uaptain Schwartz of North-
western led the scoring -ith
three first-}places for 15 points.
This is the first time that a
Conference swimmer has per-
formed such a feat since lVos-
-burgh of Illinas turned the
trick in 1912. However, the go-
inp, CIL.tnlm#hn +bnen -.

Howlett of Northwestern estab-
lished a new intercollegiate
record for a short pool. His
time of 2:35.6 displaced the
former mark of 2:36.5 held by
Allan of the Naivy. Howlett
also displaced Peterson as
champion. This is his first
and last year of competition at





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and uncovered a few left and right 2
body hooks that had a forearm,
power enough to take him a long - --
way backed with the fast weaving
and longe range that he has de-
veloped this year. W-
Napp and Kirby, both slated for
the welter weight scraps evinced
an eagerness and ability to lead
that .pzomises to mnalga their bouts I
th t p o n c.+s t m ls t e r b u s right spots on the card. N ap has; " °
I found himself and his blows are
straight pother punches which will
add points to his side of the sheet,= = - '$--
enough without a doubt to take l
him within striking distance of the
finals. Kirby's straight left is x -
landing every time he shoots it and '
anyone that he is matched with 1 /
1will find it hard to get -to him.
Preliminary bouts will hold all ofi
=the thrills of the game as every1 . -
man in the lists is in the best of
shape and a spirit has been worked
up this year that has been less in
evidence before. The winners of tHER
sion have to beat a pack of fight- - coats
ing fools that make forecasting ir- j- _3 - knocks
possible. - are pra
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