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TTHE MICIH-IGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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DETROIT RELYING ON RECRUITS YC
IN RACE FOR FIRST DIVISIO .I.I/Tr g p r

ICHIGAN NATATORS WILL MEET
STIFF TFAMS ON EASTPRN TRIP

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I6 Bucky Harris' clan of Detroit
Tigers, boasting their usual batting-
A strength but apparently slightly
AtA~etkc,; for Al' Dqcpartint better off along the pitching line z
P.c paritng to Move Its Games than they have been in recent
hwto Open Air. years, enter the coming American ;
League race with a strong chance,
of displacing some club, probably'
St. Louis, in the first division. -
That, however, is the annualf
With spring u l N p cmise of the Detroit team, a
ing near the Intramural depart-c $ e ;dtching falls dawn
ment is preparing to shift its a: - to such an extent that the club'
tivities from the confines of the ends among the last four teams in r
-. re final standings. The addition
Intramural building to various sy
of several unusually promising
l9cations outdoors. A very exten- hurlers this year makes their year-
sive athletic program has been ly bid seem just a little bit more ...y,
mqapped ouband includes nearly all justified than usual. :::.< I
fprrms of, outdoor sports. Have Hitting fielders tr
The activities fall into six gen- Another slugging owtfieid will ;..r
eral fields of competition: frater- represent the Bengals, with Roy.
,pity, independent, -class, All-Cam- Johnson, Harry Rice, and Elias1-r
pus, faculty, and All-Freshman. Funk, a newcomer, slated for the r; I
This competition opens April 14 three regular positions. Funk has ! <.
with the preliminary rounds of had a little previous big league
the -various tennis tournaments. service with the Yankees and is
Many Sports Listed said to be ready fob another fling Bucky Harris
-Under fraternity sports are list- at the majors. Stone and Fother- a brilliant newcomer, Rensa, are
ed .four acti'vities: Tennis, horse- gill will also see considerable duty slated to handle the catching prob-
shoes, indoor baseball, and tryouts in the outer gardens. lems. Rensa has shown especially
for Sigma Delta Psi, national hon- Dale Alexander, one of last year's I well in practice, and may even get,
orary athletic fraternity, rookie sensations, will cover first, a chance to start the opening
Each fraternity is allowed to en- with the ever reliable Charley game behind the bat.
ter Ave men -in the tennis matches, Gehringer at second. Bill Rogell, George Uhle, Owen Carroll, Earl
four men competing in the doubles ,who formerly served with the Boa- Whitehill, Vic Sorrell, and Page are
and one in the singles. Horseshoes ton Red Sox, is expected to fill the the boxmen from last year who will
and indoor baseball have their in- shortstop gap that was so weak last be retained, but Detroit will be
auguration April 17. Horseshoe en- season. Westling and Akers, both banking on the performances of
tries are composed of three two- with the club during the latter several of its new rookie flingers.
man teams. months of the 1929 season, will be Wyatt, Hogsett, and Herring ap-
Open to Independents back to give him some opposition. pear to be the best of the loll, with
Tennis, -horseshoes, and indoor At third base Marty McManus all three of them being favored to
baseball are the three forms of should hold his own, although frematn with the club throughout,
competition open to non-fraternity Henry Greenburg, a made-over first the season. Manager Harris may
men. The same entry rules apply baseman, may give him some com- also keep Samuels and Nelson, two
as apply to fraternity athletics petition. - other young hurlers who are get-
and the opening dates are the Red Hargreaves, Merv Shea, and ting their first trial with the club.I
same save for baseball which starts - Detroit's chances hinge almost
April 21. ;.entirely on its pitching staff. It is
Horseshoes and tennis are in- a foregone .conclusion that the1
eluded in the class curriculum, but LU LLteam will bat well; it always has
regulation baseball takes the place dand there is no reason to expect
of indoor ball. Competition opens that with its group of young slug-
fields.HAT come up to expectations this year.
Faculty Activities But the big problem Bucky Harris]
Faculty activity is confined to Benny Friedman Visits ullDog has to solve is the discovery of
three sports with the possibility Coach and May Assist in some, pitchers who can limit the
that a fourth may be added. Ten- ;opposition to less runs than the
nis singles, golf, and rifle shooting Spring P cTigers make.
are definitely on the program. In-
door baseball may be added to the That Coach Marvin Stevens in- WORCESTER - Cap't. John J.
list. No definite dates have been tends to make the best of a num- McEwan, U. S. A., retired, has beer,
set as yet for the opening of com- ber of fleet backs and ends on next appointed football coach at Holy
ptito. fall's Yale football team is appar-- Cross college. McEwan has been,
Various sports are listed on the . . ' . head coach at West Point and Ore-
Al---Campus program for spring. ent from the visit of Bennie Fried- gon. a
The All-Campus tennis tournament man, former master in the art of

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er competing in the national

Outstanding Natators Wilt Swim meet atI Harvard this week-end,
in National Meet to be Held the Mi chimia Varsity swimmers are
in New Harvard Pooh schethled to go to New Haven,
Conn., to encounter the Yale na-
M tators next Monday.. The eleven
MICHIGAN TAKES 1 mEN en making the trip for the Wol-
Wete i- vhr11°are certain to encounter
When the erntris £r h e S a m g Gaposition in the nationals
annual National Col.eai-te , to thay are also expecting a bitter
ring Association closed 'las sve7 a atrugle in the following dual
he list of teams who interid to ar- -
t t ipate had reached a totat of 20 L ecently, in the Intercollegiate
Themeeistod eheld isFr Swimming Association individual
The meet is to be held thi Frida ;hampionshipships held at New,
and Saturday, March 28 and 29, in Iaven, the Yale swimmers defi-
the new swimming pool at Harvard nitely proved their strength. Out of
university. eight evvents in which the out-
The list of colleges sending team, standing swimmers of the east
to the national meet as announced were entered, the Eli natators took
by the manager of the affair fol one first, five seconds, three thirds,
by te mnagr o theaffir ol~And four fourths.
lows: :Howland Goes Well.
Michigan, Iowa, Amberst; M. I. 'I The most brilliant perforniance

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pressed to the limit by his team-
mate Me.simer who ainihed onlyt
two feet behind the chanpio liivW1 1 es"a-!t" aceuracy ir specialty.
he himself barely touched out, i4 _ 3 4 -hour ser vice. 1309 Wil1not,
innfn dMrs. Co key.DI l 55c',. 123-

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j ac for secon iace.
As a result of this race the na-
tional intercollegiate record stard
at 0:23 1-5. This is 2-5 of a second
under the record previously held
jointly by Koj ac, Bryant of Dart-,
mouth, and Bronson of Yale.
The second highlight of the
meet came in the closing 'eventI
when the two rivals, -'ojac andl
Howland met again in the century
free style. Howland did not enter
the 220 yard swim this year. How-
ever in the 100 yard sprint, the
Rutgers star regained some of his
lost laurels by defeating the 50 yard
champion. The finish of this race
was so close that although they
gave the title to Kojac, the officials
were unable to split the time be-
tween the two men. Conseqquently,
the time is recorded as 0:52 4-5 for
both swimmers, a mark which
equals the present national inter-
collegiate record. Messimer , and
Brines, both of Yale took third and
fourth places respectively in this
event.

Pennsylvania, Brown, Starfor
Springfield, Minnesota, Northwest-
ern, Syracuse, McGill, Dartmouth
Bowdoin, Princeton, New York, uni-
versity, Columbia, Union, Rutgers
and Fordham.

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{; the day was turned in by John
Iowland when he successfully de-
Fended his national intercollegiate
championship in the 50 yard free
style event. Swimming against the
famous Kojac of Rutgers, three
Tale star sprinters took first, sec-
ond, and fourth places. ljowland
in order to retain his title was}

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Asemble at Harvard.
Assembling at the Harvard pool
Friday afternoon will be an array
of the mcst outstanding swimmers
in the country. Several national
titleholders and former titleholders
will swim in an effort to hold or
regain their championships...
Among the leading teams that
have entered is Rutgers which isI
sending a squad of seven men head-
ed by Captain George Kojac, one:
f the east's star performers in the
tanx. Koj ac recently won the na-
tional title in the 100 yard free
.yle and the 220 yard swim.
Fordham Enters One.
Fordham has only entered one
man, August Harms, fast free styl-l
er and breast stroker who has held
several Metropolitan A. A. U. marks,
and recently won the 300 yard med-
ley championship at Yale's Inter-
collegiate Swimming Association
meet.
Columbia has entered four men
with Ray Ruddy, famous middle
distance swimmer and hrlder of the
440 yard natior_ tazle, as its out-
standing pcrlecrmer. Michigan is I
scheauied to be present with a
squad of eleven swimmers. Yale,I
one of the best swimming teams in
the country, is not entered in the,
meet at Harvard.

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starts April 14, followed by the
horseshoe tournament April 17, golf
-and archery May 6, and rifle shoot-I
ing May 8.
Freshmen Enter Two Events
At present the All-Frosh events
are limited to two, the tennis tour-,
nament which opens April 14, and
a. baseball field day for which no
date has been set. The latter ac-f
tiyity is now on the Intramural
-program, but the Intramural de-
partment expects it to become one
of the most popular of all the ac-
-tiviti'es. It consists of six events:
the throw for distance; fungo hit-
ting for distance; running the
bases for time; catcher's throw
from home plate to second base for
accuracy; target throw of 90 feet;
and -a zone throw.
New York-Dr. Paul Martin,
Swedish Olympic ace, defe'ated Ray
Conger in the National A. A. U..
1,000 mile race held here.

heaving passes at Michigan, during
this week at the home of the Bufi
{ Dog mentor.
Incidently this is also right in
the middle of the spring grid prac-
tice at New Haven and it may be
that Friedman will do more than
drink tea. with the Yale chappies.
No official announcement has been
made one way or the other but Ben-
nie loves the game and it will
probably be difficult to keep him
away from the practices.
Yale has a good left handed
passer in Taylor and it is believed
that Coach Stevens has hopes of
developing a powerful aerial of-
fense with this man as the center
of the show. With such a combina-
tion working with the running abil-
ity of Albie Booth, Ned Austen,
Kemp Dunn, Charlie Snead, Don
McLennan and several other effi-
cient backs, the price of Yale foot-
ball stock should go up several
points.

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