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March 23, 1930 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1930-03-23

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If the old American tradition of
money as a standard of success
holds true these United States will
Yeara PukmenHoncok on Horton Smith and GeneI
Nin~e Yearling Puckmen Hon-
I}Sarazen as probably the two most
lore ; Next Season's Sextet 4yfpoal
.; xs xsuccessful golfers of the winter
"ll be Strong.$ season. The youngster from Joplin,
O EEmuch in demand by the clubs who
bTY B TEwill pay real money to have his
Coach Eddie Lowrey has awarded name used in connection with their
nine numerals to members of this organization, has copped thirteen
year's freshman hockey squad, the ; tournaments i sixteen months
which probably stands as an all

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best that has ever represented a

first year class in the University
it was announced yesterday. Sev
eral of the men who received th
numeral awards have good chances
of breaking into the regular lineup
next season.
The men who received the nu-
merals were: Keith Crossman
Royal Oak; .Harold Sindles, Saul"
Ste, Marie; William Williams, Sar-
nia, Ont.; Terrence Roach, Detroit
Emerson Reid. Palmerston, Ont.
Joseph Grichar, Calumet; Joseph
Frumkes, Brooklyn, N. Y.; CharleF
Hildner, Hillsdale; and Jerome
Steinberg, Detroit.
Three to be Regulars.
Three of these first year mer
shape up as almost sure bets to win
regular berths with the Confer-
ence championship hockey sextette
that will represent Michigan next
year. Williams is the probable
starter at one of the defense posts
Crossman should get a regular po-
sition at one of the wings, while
Reid will most likely be the regu-
lar center on next year's team.
At the present time a guess as tc
the personnel of the team that wi"'
skate on the ice for Michigan'r
opening game of the 1930 hocke-
season would include Tompkins at
goal, Langen and Williams at the
defense posts, Crossman and Cour-
tis at the wings, and Reid at cen-
ter. For spares Coach Lowrey will
have Captain Schlanderer, Sindles
Grichar, and Frumkes, wings-
Roach and Hildner, defense men:
and Steinberg, goal.
Spares Are Strong.
Michigan's chief difficulty te
overcome in the past season war
iack of sufficierit reserve materia'
to supplant the tiring regulars
This fault should be corrected with'
the addition of all these newcom-
ers to the squad, while the r4eplace-
ments will not cause. any notice-
able lack of strength.
In Williams, Coach Lowrey ha"
one of the hardest defense men to
get by that has ever representef'
Michigan. Paired with Bill Langen
who shoved his defensive skill dur-
ing the past season, Michigan.
should be able to seriously hinde
the best of the opposition in the
matter of scoring goals.
Reid at center, and Crossmar
and Sindles at wings are also out-
standing players who are expecter
to bolster the Wolverines' scorinf,
attack Frumkes, Grichar, and
Roach are all good players, whil
Hildner is making rapid strides to-
wards establishing himself as a
star. Steinberg, in the nets, im-
proved greatly during the recent
hockey season.
Sport Briefs

r. '

time record.
His earnings through this fneriod,
by consistently placing somewhere
in the first five, have amounted to
considerably more than $10,000.
Smith has only been of the legal
voting age for ten months, which
means he turns 22 this May. Gene's
$ - r earnings have come in the opposite
manner. He has played around
tenth position for most of the sea-
son and was not counted as a sure
fire bet in the late Agua Caliente
tourney. But the ex-caddy sur-
prised the whole field by stepping
out with a whirlwind finish in the
sixties to take first money, a wheel
barrow loaded with $10,000 worth
of coin. Since then he has not fig-
ured as prominently as his young-
er rival in the later tourneys.
Sarazen was not entered in the
$15,000 La Gorce open at Miami
r this week so he may be far be-
hind Horton Smith in aggregate
winnings if this lanky youngster
continues his fine golf. Smith has
turned in one of the best averages
for tournament play of any of the
pros, with less than 73 as his pace.
At the half way point in the La
Gene Sarazen (above) and Horton Gorce open yesterday Smith rank-
Smith who lead professional golf- ed as third, close behind Mehlhorn
ers in season's winnings. and Burke. Clarence Gamber, the
-- __- - I-long hitter from Detroit, Armour
and Mike Turnesa made up the re-
mainder of the first six.
But if Sarazen feels duty bound
Intram ural Btito catch up with Smith, or pass
him on their total prize money he
' ' will have the chance in two tourn-
± ews aments on their trek back to the i
north country. Augusta, Ga., offers
a $5,000 tourney over a two days
THIS WEEK'S EVENTS. period on the last day of March
and the first day of .April. And thenf
Monday: Interclass , and Inde- later in April the scented southern
pendent Handball Tournament; pines at Pinehurst, N. C. will see,
opening of Faculty Squash and a $5,650 offering for the needy.
pianbgl ouramnt. uhBut others must be watched with
handball Tournament, caution since any one of the trio
Tuesday: Fraternity Track Meet; of Armour, Burke or Mehlhorn may
title game of Hillel Basketball enlarge his bank account with a
.eague. win in the Florida tourney.


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p (Continued Fromti Page 6)
Coach Pat Page is getting his
Indiana gridiron battlers into
early Spring shape. The squad
has been divided into "reds"
and "whites" and scrimmage
sessions are in full swing.
r Lehigh University, at Bethlehem.
Pa., is noted as one of the best in
producing wrestling teams. The stu-
dent body is just about 4,000 but
they have produced many nationa'
title holders. This year they went
pitcher and outfielder.
undefeated and not a single let-
terman was back on the squad.
Reed, a former Lehigh cantain. ws
one of the best lightweight wrest-
lers ever seen in College competi-
Eastern . coVege basketball
teams did nqt chalk tp many
undefeated schedules this year.
The major teams cannot boast
of a single. all-victorious quin-
tet, Pitt, Syracuse, and Temple
dropped only one each -to the
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Thursday: All-Campus and In-
er-Class Swimming Meet. Badger Diamond Team
Friday: Last day of foul shoot-
ing contest. Loses Eight VeteransI
in cntst (Speial to The Daily),
Thursday will witness the advent;
of a host of intramural swimmers MADISON, Wis., March 22. -
into the spotlight for the all-Cam- Faced with the loss of eight regu-
pus and Inter-Class Swimming lars from his 1929 team, Coach Guy
.Meet. The meet is open to both Lowman of the University of Wis-
individuals and class teams. Five consin baseball team is spending {
events are listed on the program little time in weeping over the
r including the 25 yard free style, 25 gloomy prospects. Instead, he is:
yard breast stroke, 25 yard back working as usual ,quietly but stren-
stroke, diving, and four man 100 uously, to make the most of a bad
yard relay. An individual may situation and get everything pos-
enter two events, but one of these sible out of his squad of 38 candi-
must be either the diving or as a dates.
member of a relay tfam. No indi- The departed veterans constitut-
vidual may enter two sprint events. ed most of the defensive strength'
Last years' class champions and of Coach Lowman's 1929 varsity
two of last years' individual cham- and practically all its offensive
dions are entered again this year. punch. They were Cuisinier and
IThe soph. lits are the class chain- Hall, outfielders - Cuisinier being-l
pions and the individual cham- one of the heaviest hitters in the
pions are Crego in the back stroke Big Ten last spring-Doyle and
and Fromberger in the diving. Evans, catchers, Dynamite Mans-
However this years' junior engin- field, first baseman, Knechtges,
eers have been established as fa- shortstop, Thelander, first string'
vorites for the class crown. pitcher, and Ray Ellerman, reserve
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