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THi-jE MIcr!-11'A 1

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flXN lIP SETS FOUR RECORDS IN NATIONAL
WOMEN'S INDOOR SWIM CARNIVAL
Large Crowd Witnesses Rise ofr
New Champions in Every :
Weight Class.
WOOD WARD AGAIN WINS
Before a crowd estimated at more
than 2,800 people the all campus
boxing show, the eighth annual
tournament in the history of
pugilismi at Michigan, far surpassed
any glove contest ever seen on this 1
campus. Replete with thrills and all I
of the best seen in professional ring
goes, this show proved the im- :
portance of boxing on the campus
and with the changing of eight
championships definitely showed
the improvement in the class of,
boxing that has featured this
years ring events.
Al Topor and Dave Gallup fly-
weights at 112 pounds opened the
card with three fast rounds of the
hardest hitting that ever' featured .
a flyweight match. Gallup won
the championship by hiswabi-
ity to lead and land with both
hands while Topor played the wait-
ing game and was only on tl'~ of - :
fensive three times during the bout. Sm e o t c n.
Samu Azen took the crown in the -..
bantam class at 118 pounds from)
Jack Yuen in an extra round after
a three round draw. Azen was the
aggressor throughout the match,'
but his leads failed to connect sev-
eral times and his overshoot laid
him open to body bloWs. Yuen IHelene Madison, in four of the events. The records
worked slower and while he was are all in the 20 yard pool class
more accurate he was tired in the Gained recognition as the coun- for distances of 200, 220, 300, 400.
last round and when Azen started try's leading woman swimmer dur- 440, and 500 yards. All of the for-
a right from the ropes Jack went
aiht fo the rstd Jackgh wet ing the national indoor champion- mer titles were heldby Miss Mar-
int a og hatlased hrogh heships at Miami, Fla., by breaking tha Norelius with the exception of.
round.
Sfeatherweighthonors went to six national records last Tuesday the 220 yard mark which was set
Jack Oakley when he slugged his as well as setting new world marks by Miss Gertrude Ederle in 1922.
way through three rounds against
Jerry Curry. Oakley from the bell
took the aggressive and he follow-
ed up every lead that he made to
get the decision on all of the
rounds. Curry's famous left was not
working and he also failed to lead
ley's right overhand landed every ' Northwestern tankmen have a I(has ordered more letters because
time lze shat it. job on their hands for Monday this all around flash is only a soph-
Woodward last year's welter- night. They will play host to Le- omore.
weight champion took three easy land Stanford in Patten Pool. It
rounds from Guthrie to win the will be a test of power in the differ- Purdue's diamond prospects
crown in the lightweight division ent sections since Northwestern re- look hazy if they look at all.
at 135. At the bell Woodward car- cently annexed the Conference title, No pitchers and no hitting.
ried the fight into Guthrie's corner and Leland Stanford holds the i strength is their cry. Its bad
and he never slowed up until the Pacific coast title. Both teams are: enough to lack just one of those
last gong. I entered in the Nationals at Harvard elements. They should worry
In the welterweight fight Vic 'on March 28 and 29. with the Big Ten football and
Heim rushed Ed Kirby oft his feet . basketball chamnpionships un-
to earn a three round decision with This Sharkey-Scott tiff was der their belt, and all in the.
room to spare. Kirby never opened such a decided flop that even same year.
up and his left jab was not strong ! though it was fought several
enough to hold the smashing right weeks ago, no one mentioned Michigan's swimmers are aiming
and left hooks that Heim came in One-Eyed Connelly. Phil, the !for the National meet at Harvard.
with. Viv showed a clever ability chicken-hearted lad-but why It will mark the final appearance
to rush with the famous Dempsey shouldn't he yell "Foul, Foul!" of several of the stars Matt Mann
weave and his leads landed with a ! has produced. One bright spot will
full body weight behind them. Little Albie Booth just can not be the relay team. In the Wisconsin
The middleweight battle between 'stay out of the sport news. His I dual meet on Friday night, the four
Starwas and Otto wazs one of the headlines in football were sup- freestylers, Walker, Walaitis, Smith
high lights on the card and dis- " planted by basketball write ups be- and Hosmer, did the two hundred
played some of the best boxing in cause he made more personal fouls 'yards in 1:34.8 to tie Yale's world
the show. Both boys hit like cham-'than any other player in the East- , mark. Things do happen and Matt
pions,, but Starwas' greater, ag- ern Intercollegiate League. And looks for more than a tie at Harv-
gressiveness and ability to land now its baseball and Albie is going ard.
won him the crown, while Otto's I great guns in the Yale infield. Yale (Continued on Page q)
foot work saved hir from. the cor- I ;;;;;___-;;;;___;;;;;;;_
ners several times.
Harvey Bauss took the light / BLOCK FROM CAMPUS 1111 S. UNIVERSITY
heavy championship by out-slug-Maeil
ging Paul Chitteilden through-j Engineers and Architects Materials
three rounds. Bauss lead with ┬░ Stationery Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf
both hands and' was able to land' Books y o sed Pa .eaL
almost every glove that lhe starteid, '6o . Jypewrltlng and Pound Papers.,
while Chittenden showed a tend-I' College Pennants and Jewelry,
ency to wait that lost him the X Leather Goods.

matchf.
The feature of the card- was the
heavyweight bout between Jack f
Slater and Bill Hewitt which turn-
ed out to be an all-time sluggin , -
match. Slater won the champion-
ship by a close decision after a
slow start while Hewit was the
aggressor and rushed him into and ______________o _o_____o_____
through the ropes severaltimes.
Hewitt slowed, down in the last
round and was stopped several
times by hard right and left swings, HAVE YOUR
to the head, but the entire match
was filled with moments when'te
two fighters stood toe to toe and
exchanged full arm swings and
body blows.
Milo Philbin, boxing coach at To-
ledo University, was the guest ref-
eree and was presented with a
trophy.
Dr pNOW

CLEVELAND'S TRIBE
KFIrLJVIIVL SURPRISE CLUB C
E iRoger Peckinpaugh will lead the
surprise team of the 1929 Ameri-
can season, the Cleveland Indians,
into this year's baseball campaign
Western Conference Champions favored to finish in the first divi-!
to Meet Pacific Coast sion again, probably ahead of De-'
Team Tomorrow. troit and St. Louis.
Cleveland offers an interesting
BOTH IN NATIONAL MEET problem in ifs-four big ifs going a
long way toward determining just
EVANSTON, Ill., March 22. where the team will finish. If Lew,
Northwestern university's swim- Fonseca can maintain the pace he
w ~ing team, champions of the Big set last year, if Wes Ferrell can!
rn , amits f he Bpg prove that he was not just a flash
ern o he year ere Monda in the pan, if Carl Lind can fiill the
'ight, March 24, against the strong shortstop position satisfactorily, and j
nig f Luke Sewell can recover from
3tanford university swimming
ea which has held the Pacificast season's slump the Tribe ought
oast championship for many to get somewhere, otherwise it 'will
'ears.s be just another ball club.
Both teams will leave Tuesday Cleveland's outfield appears on
-)r Boston where they will take j paper to be one of the best in the
art in the National Intercollegiate American League. Earl Averill,
-vimming championships March Bib Falk, Eddie Morgan, Dick Por-
8 and 29. i ter, Charley Jamieson and either
Stanford is bringing one of the Gill or Seeds, all of them except
trongest teams in its history and Jamieson young and heavy hitters,
will give the Purple natators plenty will make up the Indians' outer de-
,f stiff competition. In Pete De- fense.
Tardins, the Western team has the Four miscast infielders, three ofl
Olympic fancy diving champion them having starred -n their new
who should have little trouble win- positions last year, will be back!
iing his event. Austin Clapp, na- this season. Lew Fonseca, a sec-
tional. A. A. U. 440 yard champion. ond baseman, will be on first,!
is another member of the Stanford Johnny Hodapp, a third baseman,
squad. will play sezond, Carl Lind, a sec-1
Other. stars on the visiting team ond baseman, will try his luck atl
are Reggie Harrison, Ogdon Driggs, short, and Joe Sewell, a shortstop,c
John McKelvey and Frank Booth, I will cover third. On paper that
free style; Fred Fletcher and Mil- ; infield just doesn't click, but putI
ton Burns, breast stroke; and Ed it into a game and there are fewerI
Thorndson, diving. inner works that are better.
Coach Tom Robinson is busy get- Luke Sewell, Glenn Myatt, and I
ting his men ready for the nation- i probably Bud Frank, a newcomer,
al meet at Harvard. Six swimmers will handle the catching assign-
[will make the trip. They are Capt. ments, while Grover Hartley may ,
'A. Schwartz, Bill Covode, and Bill be pressed into service in a pinch.I
Wilson, free style; Bob Howlett and Wes Ferrell, Willis Hudlin, and l
Don Petersen, breast stroke and Ken Holloway are the holdover l
Dick Hinch, back stroke. righthanders from last year's,

MAY AGAIN BE
:)F JUNIOR CURCUI T

MINORCGLUBS GET4
WfQLVER1N[ STARS
Asbeck Is Released to Albany
While Corriden Goes
to Seattle.
CHICAGOKEEPS MCAFEE
TWo of the University of Michi-
gan baseball players from last
year's Western Conference cham-
pions who were given try-outs by
major league clubs.have been sent
to minor circuits for further sea-
soning Announcement was nmade
yesterday that. Fred Asbeck had
been released by the New York
Yankees to the Albany Eastern
League club, while Red Corriden,
captain of last years Varsity was
sent to Seattle, West Coast league
outfit last week.
Corriden was given a try by the
Chicago White Sox this year, but
inexperience in the big circuits
proved too much and he was sent
to the West. Coast for further ex-
perience. The release of. Asbeck
by the Yanks leaves only Bill, Mc-
Afee still in the running. for a po-
sition on a major league club in his
first year out of college. The lanky
McAfee has been receiving a lot of
attention on the west coast where
the Chicago Cubs are training,. and
reports from Catalina Island state
that he has a good chance to stick
with the Wrigley club this sum-
* mer.
London, March 21-Dr. A. W.
Ham, member of the Canadian
Davis cup. tennis team, was beaten
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pitching staff, while Joe ShauteI
and Walter Miller are the left-I
handers that will stay. Ferrell andj
Hudlin are two of the best young.
hurlers in the league, while few
southpaws can put much over on,
the lanky Miller. Shaute, however,
probably will not be of much help,
due to a sore arm.
Clint Brown, a right hander, and
Pinky Choffner, a southpaw, have
clinched regular positions on the
mound staff for 1930, Brown hav-
ing pitched last year for New Or-
leans while Shoffner pitched for
both Jersey City and Cleveland.
Although Cleveland does not look
like championship material, it does

i^1OtJ0 a n"nnri nhanrn - fn rnfair 9fo.

nave a goou cnance T et ain is ┬░today by a. oervournu u ul
position in third place, behind the Men's club by scores of 7-5, 1-6, 9-7.
New York Yankees. His defeat was a complete surprise.

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