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March 25, 1930 - Image 6

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-RNhhI rlTfrfiramural Po gam IL OC
r NF HT HI SlwsVaried Sport
* Activities S u c c e s s
Four Wolverine', Who Competed Ity a *
in astYea's eetAmong the many factors
in Last Year's Meet |*which have been blamed for th *
Entered Again. fa 1 of Rome, probably the nost
*oquoted is the decline of ath-
WILDCATS LAST WINNER *letic activities among the native
*_population. Rome prospered
while its citizens played and
Maize and Blue Team Annexes * fell when they were satisfied to *
Second Honors at 1929 * merely watch. The same anol-
National Meet. ogy has been applied to every
civilization including our own
Eleven Varsity natators will bear * and every fall some one utters
the burden of Michigan's hopes at * a formidable warning because
a.1 over the country crowds of
the national swimming meet to be * 80,000 are watching 22 men bat- *
held at Harvard March 28 and 29. *,tie for the dear old alma mater *
Following the national contest, the 1 on the gridiron.
Wolverine team will go to New Hav- I Such troubled souls will un- *t
t tr th powerful Yale doubtedly be relieved to learn *
en to encounterthepower*uthat at Michigan at least the * $
tankmen on April 1.,* number of men students who *
Several of the men making the * are takg lpart in sports is de-
trip this week were on the squad * cidedly on the increase. In fact*
that carried off second honors at * the spectators at one event are *
last year's national championship likely to be the competitors in *
contest held at Washington univer- * another and the safety of the * $
sity, St. Louis. Northwestern uni- * state may not be in such dan-i
versity annexed the national title ger after all.,
by piling up a total of 31 points. I The intramural department,
Michigan was next with 21 and Rut- * the organ through which the *
gers finished third with 14. major share of this work is
Ault Hopes for Honors. *done and which, incidently, is
Garnet Ault, this year's captain * supported largely by the spec-i*!
of the Wolverines proved to be thee {tators at the football games, I
star performer for Michigan in last * has gathered enogh data to
season's meet, by taking . second * bear out this cor.clusion quite *
place in the 440 and 220 swims as definitely. Excluding all mem-
Well as swimming on the 200 yard * bers of Varsity squads and all f Coaches of
relay that finished second. Ault but a few freshmen, approxi- Palm Beach, Fl
will again be entered in the longer * mately 550 men every day used * Austin.
distance swims at Harvard this *the facilities offered at the
vireek. Ladd, a sophomore quarter sports building during the win-
miler, will pair up with the Maize ter months. ms.. - KtL EFE
and Blue leader. { The exct" n&'mber of stu- :'i.L I1
Bob Walker, fastest sprinter on * dents whO get regular exercise I
the squad, is again entered in the * in this way can not be determ- ST LO
meet and will seek to recover his * ined but something of an idea *
lost laurels by defeating Captain can be gleaned from the fact * Minus the se
Schwartz of Northvestern, the fast *that all of the 1740 lockers i *ey, who has pi
Wildcat who beat him, out for the large locker room are occu- a place in the
first honors in the 100 yard sprint pied and a number of lockers a pastseveral y
last year. Walker is also a mem- are used by more than one per- y in Ph m
her of the 200 yard relay team. The i'son. The 450 lockers on the w. i havtryithe Am
Wolverines took second in this lower floors for the use of fenc- will have a hai
event last year being nosed out by and far stbmembers re and Cleveland
Rutgers. les,a acue it from its posi
Walaitis a Favorite. also occupied..itfor.
Frank Walaitis, another veteran ' In the intramural building for
who gainedaits fnorthe Mze 450 lockers were added last fall - With Bill Ki
and Blue last year, will- again be * and before the end of the first * manager of th
entered. In, addition to swimming semester a waiting list was nec-- * the helm, St. I
(Continued on Page 7)> Detroit or Cle
on the relay team, Walaitis per- r ( e* Il e De tr oi rcontinu
forms on the diving board. Last
year he carried off third honors in
the diving for his team at the na-
In the breast stroke events Coach S u
Matt Mann's squad will" be repre- :VI
sented by Bob Goldsmith, veteran
Wolverine, who swam in the na-
tional meet at Washington univer-
sity but failed to win any points in
his event. Miller, who has shown
good form in recent meets, has been
picked to team u with Goldsmith
in the breast stroke.
Relay Mark in Danger.7 "
Smith and Hosmer are the other
two men besides Walker and Wala-
tis who compose the crack MichiganA \
relay team. This quartet recentlyt
broke the world's record for the 160
yard relay in a dual meet with k
with Northwestern. These four #
mren will also have the task of
swimming the sprint events for the
Valentine and Boldt are the back
stroke men on whom Coach Mann M.
depends to make a showing for the
Maize and Blue. Last year HubbellR
of Michigan took fourth in this
In addition to Walaitis the Wol-
verines will be represented in the! i a
diving by Raike, a sophomore.
Raike has placed in several dual
meets thus far this season.1>
Had Successful Season.
Although not wining the West-
ern Conference championship again You can depend a

this year, the Michigan natators
showed fine form in their dual service i its a ne
meets, finishing victorious in all of
them. The only loss being chalkedj
up at all-Conference meet held in ? Brae6Urn you're v
Patten pool -last month. At this
contest the Wildcats annexed the
Conference, title, held by Michigan .DouUle service in F
for the past-three years.
Last Friday night the Wolverines excellent service th
wore their final dual meet by over-
whelming Wisconsin by the largest I
score possible in a meet. The Maize clothes always giv
and Blue took every first and sec-
nd place as well as winning the
200 yard relay and medley relay the admiring serviC
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Cornell's Powerful Array Tool
Much for Wolverines; Relay
Showing Creditable.

Dke La Salle
Loyola. J




(y Associated Pre -s)
CHICAGO, March 24. - The
National Catholic basketball
championship for 1930 for the
second consecutive year, belongs
to a big well coached team
representing De La Salle High,
of Chicago.
Do r. . iiraihn ta

Straub, Truskowski, Hill Appear
to be Best Prospects for
Batting Honors.

Ile La balk, reaching the
BS Although spring has been offic-
r .. ...kith By losing last SatiRdday'ssquda Ih to peak of its form in the cham- ally ushered in, the weather has
the Bi Red squad at IthacaMich-; pionship contest of Loyola Uni-
t versity's seventh annual nation- not yet turned warm enough to per-
xi I igansufered, except forv192 , the al Catholic title tournament mit Coach Ray Fisher's baseball
worst defeat it has yet experienced last night, oerpowered a small, candidates to take to the open air
::.at the hands of Moakley's runners. fighting team from Jasper, Ind., outside the field house for their
Cornell's last victory came in 1922: academy, 14 to 5. practice sessions. The Wolverine
when she won by her largest mar- Whittng its way through diamond mentor expressed impat-
tournament m which 32 high
Sgin, 32 points. Saturday's meet school teams from 23 states ience with the weather and stated
found Cornell ahead by 31 points, competed, De La Salle was the that he would take his squad oait-
...: Ione less than her record. favorite to win the title. doors as soon as a warmer spel'
Cornell's victory came largely by' made it possible.
S.r::.........herthree.slamsintheshotput,. In considering the general pr6s-
her three slams. in the shot putt Apects for the 1930 season Coach
two mile and 75 yard low1hurdles'. STATET ACKMEN Fisher hinted that he thought the
The Ithacans also took two places, Michigan nine would make up for
leaving Michigan a scant third, in DROP FINAL MEET its loss of pitching power in As-
teback and McAfee by turning loose
d--- on the opposition a considerably
dies. Michigan's outstanding per- (Special to The Daily) stronger array of hitters,
formance came in the mile relay in East Lansng, ivarcn 24.-Michi- Harvey Straub, captain for this
which the Wolverines ran away gan State today looked back upOLi season, led the nine in hitting this
from the boys on the hill and eas- one of the most disastrous indoor year and seems to be a good pros-
Y,", .,,: ,, 2ily won by a margin of nearly a track seasons in the recent hisopect to contue his good work.
---i :}hundred and thirty yards. The otak insth nTruskowski is another who, appears
of that institution. to be a candidate for hitting hon-
- .tsoc=rttd Prss Poto Michigan time for this event was,
As r 2res P3:31 with the quartet of Dale and Final competition in a dual meet ors.
the St. Louis Browns going over training plans in West Dalton Seymour, Russel and Mos- with Chicago Saturday brought the The pitching staff for the coming
a. Left to right: Lena Blackburne, Killefer and Jimmy Ser btshwig fU ., t, eaIoseason is fairly large and not lack
Farrell statebest sowing f h yr f or te ing in talent. Montague., Compton;
Coach Steve Farrell stated yes- Spartans. doped to lose by a heavy and Kiegler are members of last
------ _ terday that he had no alibis to of- margin, held Chicago to a score of year's squad who are available and
AGUA CALIENTE - By holdingJ fer and confirmed the opinion of,1 0 9pons are expected to make a showing.
G GUIDEJ iswee stakeALicetEoBVictorian n many that Cornell's showing in the 39 1-2 to 46 1-2 points.ntee hr fh i
G JD S epstk mn!ta orel'rhwiginteim Hill, brother of the outfielder,
I vinner of Agua Caliente handicap, eastern intercollegiates by tying The two lap relay won by the is eligible for varsity competition
'UIS TEAMv a Montana mining man was made Penn was indicative of her Staggmen decided the meet. after a year's layoff.
$51,750 wealthier. strength.

rvices of Dan How-
loted the Browns to
first division for the
ears, St. Louis' en-
erican League race
.rd time to maintain;
s year with Detre u
being favored to oust'
tion among the first
lefer, formerly the
e Chicago Cubs, .t
Louis may beat ou,
veland for fourl
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