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L LiI idHHD'10I RELAY TEAM FOR"______________
r By running off two mile trial
races yesterday Coach Steve Far-1
Three Men Get 'AMA' Mono- 'ell determined the make-up of the' Ten Grapplers Receive Varsity
grams; Eight Newcomers Re- two mile relay team that goes to 'M' While Two Others Are
ceive Freshman Numerals. Cleveland Saturday and also ascer-c Given AMA's
tained who the two Wolverine en- _Ge __ s
PROSPECTS ARE STRONG tries would be for the half mile { KEEN STARTS TRAINING
event at Ithaca on the sames day
against Coach t:ack Moakley's 4
Robert Gordon, '30E, was elected squad. Ten Wolverine wrestlers have
captain of the 1931 fencing team Yeager Wins 880. ...{>j."been awarded the coveted Varsity
yesterday afternoon at. a meeting! In the second of the two races M" for their work on the 1929-30
in which the official announcement syeage viit fok e Unve ..- squad while two others have been
of the six letter winners was also sity of Detroit, took the lead at the given "AMA's," it was announced
made. Gordon was the only man start and was not pressed at any I2: yesterday by the Athletic depart-
time to win the trial 880 in 2: 00.8. . etTreo tewneso h
undefeated during the dual meet iBenson, of Michigan, finished see- ment Three of the wmners of the
season and, although he failed to ond, just nosing out Chase by pull- Rec Corriden. major award were undefeated' dur-
place in the Conference meet last ing a fine sprint on the final turn. Michigan's list of men in. the while the rest of the winners dis-
w Benson and Mueller will be the two big league ranks was depleted by
week, he lost all but two of his Wolverine entries in the 880 at Cor- one recently when Red Corriden, tin uhotthe shedul.
bouts on judges' decisions of the nell and Chase, as a result of yes- captain and left fielder of last work throughout the schedule.)
final point. terday's race will be on the two year's Big Ten champions, was Park tto eyMia and
The nmen awarded letters by mile relay quartet that will travel i sent to Seattle by the Chicago Parker, Ann Arbor, are the grap-
Coach Johnstone include besides to Cleveland. The remander of White Sox. plers who have not been defeated
Gordon, William Dowsett, '30, Cap- the two-mile quartet will be Mc- Corrden was one of the leading this season. The remainder of the
tamn Stolpman, '31M, Carl Hammer, Laughlin, Crawford and Fuestel. batters on last year's team, hitting list of winners includes Al Steinke
' Mura wil asobe taken on this, the ball hr n fe omk
'30, Kenneth Koon, '31E, and Leon- Mrray will also b k n hard and often to make St. Joseph, who won the Conference
ard Friedman, '31. Frank Lovell, trip as the Wolverine entry in the him a dangerous man to face at all 178 pound title; Howard Auer, Bay
50 yard dash poundestitle;eHoward oAueCorrBay
'32, Sidney Winer, '30, and David 50 yard dash, times. In the field too, Corriden City; William Benz, Point Pleasant
Scheyer, '30, were given AMA Seymour to Run. was outstanding, but lacks the New York; Joe Woodard, Owosso;J
awards. By entering Mueller in the 880 class at present to stick in the Cliff Stoddard, Leonard; Ed. Aldin-
Eight Freshmen Honored with Benson, Coach Farrell indicat- majors. ger, Royal Oak; and Ed. Sigerfoos,
Eight freshmen were also award- ed that he would use Dalton Sey- Corriden's brother is the man- Ann Arbor.
ed numerals yesterday afternoon. mour as the fourth member of the ager of the Indianapolis team of Every Weight Represented.
The list of freshmen numeral win- mile relay quartet at Ithaca. The the American Association. The "AMA" winners are Paul
Thelis offrehmn nmerl wn-remainder probably irciuding the!
niers is as follows: S. L. Nicklosky, aemn ta pr anty lin i Fha Kirimura, Tokio, Japan; and Carl
Jerome D. Winig, Powers Moulton, same men that ran at the Illmois our Teams in Battle Lawrence, Stickbridge. Every weight
John L. Morley, Arthur W. Busse, ! srelays last week, Dale Seymour, ois represented in this, list, with
oel G. Reichard, James DeSte- Russell and Mosser. for Puck League Tit eConference title-holders in four of
f'ano adWlrdAIeAlo Several. other U~niversity of De- IadWlrdA d.Alo them, with Hewitt, Kelly, and Par-
nhese an Wre Axp de t l of Aroit runners practiced at the field Four hockey clubs earned rights ker in Hwitt, Kelly, hndiPar
>hse mn h are expuenc ngo prtici- house yesterday but the outstand- to engage in the playoff series to the adiion toSnke olding
pate in the all campus fencing meet ing event was the half mile race j eerieth.hmpos fte1 h individual crowns. Two of the
o be held this evening in the in- won by Yeager. He took the firstI determine the champions ofth divisions have two lettermen in
ramural building. by International Hockey league them with both Sigerfoos and Par-I
turn and held his lead thereafter j this year. Cleveland led the league, i..+r , r r l a A,



Wisconsin's swimming team will
invade Michigan Friday night for
the final Big Ten engagement on
the Wolverine swimming schedule.
Coach Matt Mann's squad has met
Indiana, Minnesota, Northwestern,
and several minor teams thus far
this season, winning all dual meets,
but suffering a loss in the crucial
test of the season in the Conference
meet at Northwestern.
Wisconsin's relay teams are both
considered good, bat with Michi-
gan's free style quartet holding


Alpha Sigma Phi, by defeating
Phi Epsilon Kappa gained the
right to play Trigon, conquerers of
Xi Psi Phi, in the finals for class
"A" basketball competition. These
semi-final games were played Mon-
day night and the finals are part
of the Open House program. The
Alpha Sigma Phi triumph sneaks
for itself at 38 to 9. Trigon had a
stiff battle but rolled a natural and
Won 11 to 7.


the world's record for the 160 yard Church league competition clos-
'vent, it is doubtful if the Wolver- ed Monday night. The Catholics
Ines will be hard pressed to win. went through the season undefeat-
ed in a total of six games. Second
However, the Badgers are expected honors went to the Presbyterians
to put up a good fight for the med- !who amassed four wins and two re-
ley event. W n versals. Hillel chalked up two!
Meyer, a veteran Wsnsivictories and four defeats while the
has shown well in the cellar went to Congregational with
Swimmer,hnupno victories and six slaps to their
breast stroke, while Thomsen bears credit.
the burden of the Wisconsin hopes TRACK.
Wor the back stroke. After the fury of open house
Captain Lang of the Wisconsin competition has subsided, Inter-
natators will be entered in the free class track and relays and the In;-
dependent relays will be held at
style swims. Davis and Chizek, 7:30 o'clock Thursday, March 20, in
both fast sprinters, are also sched- the Yost field house. The entry
uled to participate in the free style blanks will be open until the time
events. Walker, Hosmer, and of the event and points scored willI
Smith will probably oppose this be recorded in the totals which
trio in the 50 and 100 yard sprints. count towards the all-year trophy.
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The Varsity letter winners car- with Benson closing down the gap Buffalo was second, London third, and Stoddard wrestling in the un-
ried the team through its hardest by his sprint on the stretch when and Detroit fourth in the regular limited class.
schedule -since the beginning of the he passed Chase competition. dCoach Cliff Keen stated that his
sport at Michigan with a clean slateI- team this year, while it did not re-
for the dual meet season, although temti er hiei i o e
their showing at theall-Confer- ASBECK PROVES HERO IN FIRST i tan its Conference championship,
ence meet was not quite as good as G M N M U D T~! wstebs ehdee oce, Cp m i= 9
thtmae bythe19team.gGAME ON MOUND FOR YANKEES and that for individual brilliance aps
Ctha n adepbynth et1929 fea. bte feels that his squad is outstanc-. m - on
Captain Stolpman met defeat but: initeigTe.
once before the Big Ten meet 'tig4nte iITn
Chicago. His list of victims includ- I Fred Asbeck, University of Mich- the far right field corner, good for Starts Training Early.
ed Haier, foils champion for two igan star who is trying out with a home run with plenty of time to Already he has started prepara-l
years in the Conference, and Sa- the New York Yankees in their spare in circling the bases, but the tions for his attempt to regain the PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY
cerdpte, with whom he tied for se- training camp at St. Petersburg, Yankee slugger went only as far first place which was lost this year,
cond place for individual honors at got his first taste of hurling to big as second and then sat down on by calling all prospective candi-p c
Chicago. His one defeat of the sea batters last week when he hooked the base to take things easy for dates out for a spring training. No Deposit eauired when order is Placed.
son came at the hands of an Ohio up against Waite Hoyt for four in- a while, having received instruc -This drill will last for the next two
State man who was not considered nings in an impromptu game. tions from Manager Bob Shawkey weeks and all men who are niner-
good enough to enter te all con- The former Wolverine star prov- to conserve all of hs surplus en; ested in placing on the Michigan We furnish all new outfits of the better
ference meet. t ed to be the hero of the game, ergy for the American League sea- Varsity next season are urged to
FremanShows W pitching fair ball against his vet- son. Evidently the New York pilot report for it. Intensive drills in quality and made according to inter-
ine- :eran opponent and lacing out two I wants full benefits from the $P0,- the fundamentals of the mat sport
Friedman, the other letter wi solid hits in his only two trips to 000 salary the Babe is drawing to will take up most of the time, and collegiate standards.
ner in the foils, had a highly suc- the plate. Despite the fact that be spent in helping the team to- i Coach Keen feels that the training
cessful season winning a large ma- the Irregulars, the team that was wards the pennant and not towardthe men get will help them greatly
jority of his bouts. What is more opposing the Regulars for whom victories in the South. ; in the competition next year.
encouraging ini view of next year's IAsbeck pitched, got four runs ;llilliltlllllllllllHlllliililI1~lllillll~g111illfl
prospects is thevimprovement that against the Wolverine, he showed I
Friedman has b e e n making enough stuff to warrant a further
throughout the entire season. trial at the hands of the New York -
Hammer, while not displaying the club. TT
finish in style which marked Gor- It was at bat that Asbeck at- - IENA
don's work, was nonetheless capa- tracted the most attention. Al-
ble of defeating all but a few of the though he exhibited what was =
men he encountered this season called an awkward style at the
His defeat of the 1929 championplate, on the only two-occasi on 711 N. University Ave. Two Stores 902 S. State St.
in the Illinois meet gave Michigan which he swung he ground out a
Dowsett and Koon, wno repre- for a base.Th D o n o n t ror
the match in the final bout. pair of healthy blows, both good I=c osttadKown er-fh ae e IIo 'iV ntoW--n Store for l ________________________
sented Michigan in the epee William E. Brandt, who covers III
throughout the entire season, did the Yankee training sessions for
not meet the success which the men the New York Times writes the - Y cfj
in the other two weapons did and following about the former Wolver- W -
except for the non-Conference ine: "Asbeck came through the a-
meets were usually outscored. Koon game with top honors. He pitched -.
will be back next year. fairly well and at bat he ground S
E~ out a pair of robust hits. The W x
former University of Michigan star ,The Arrow spring shirts are here.
SWIM ING MEET NOTICE. has a rather awkward stance at the Broadcloths and oxford cloths in
atroao'clck.hTs med AganftrdbecRloAseckt111."
Michigan will meet Wisconsin plate, but when he swings the bat
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the only time he faced the Michi- a.t.
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