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PAG SIX

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRIDTAY. MA~RH 28. 1930

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COLLEGIATE

SWIMMING CARNIVA L WILL BEGIN TODAI

MICHIGAN ENTRIES
SHOLD RATE HIGH
Four Schools Favored to Fight
for Tean4 Championships;
Yale to be Absent.
HOLD FINALS TOMORROW
Swimmers from all parts of the
country will gather at Cambridge,
Mass., today and tomorrow for the
seventh annual national collegiate
championships tcf be held in the
new Harvard 75-foot pool. Indi-
vidual and team champions from
every section will compete, Yale be-
ing the only noteworthy squad
missing from the list.
Leland Stanford, Pacific coast
champions, Northwestern, Big Ten
title holders, Michigan, and Rut-
gers will be the favorites to fight it
out for the team championship.
The Purple swimmers are defend-
ing the national title which they
captured last year at St. Louis.
Other schools represented will be
Minnesota and Iowa from the Big
T e n, . Syracuse, IPennsylvania,
Princeton, Fordham, Brown, McGill,
Dartmouth, Columbia, Amherst
Boston Tech, Springfield, Bowdoin,
New York U, and Union.
Two Champions Missing.
All of last year's individual cham-
pions with the exception of Wallie
Colbath of Northwestern, holder of
the fancy diving crown, and Bry-
ant of Dartmouth in the 50 yard
free style, will be back to defend
their titles. These include Moles of
Princeton in the breast stroke, Ko-
jac of Rutgers in the back stroke,
Shields of Brigham Young in the
220 and 440 yard swims, and
Schwartz of Northwestern in the
100 yard free style.
Michigan's fast quartet of Walk-
er, Walaitis,,Hosmer, and Smith,
will be the favorite to win the 200
yard relay title. This combination
has not met defeat during the cur-
rent season. Princeton, Penn, Rut-
gers, which captured the relay last
year, Northwestern, and Stanford
all have strong teams entered and
should press the Wolverines for
first honors.
Strong Breaststroke Entries.
Ted Moles, Princeton ace and in-
tercollegiate record holder, will have
to outswim a fast field in order to
retain his laurels in the 200 yard
breast stroke. His strongest com-
petition will bome from Howlett and
Peterson of Northwestern, Bob
Goldsmith of Michigan, and Eng-
dahl, of Syracuse. Other potential
point winners in the breast stroke
are Manych, another Princeton en-
try, Cronin of Rutgers, Miller of
Michigan, Fletcher, of Stanford,
and Callahan of Columbia.
A host of speedy sprinters will
vie for honors in the 50 and 100
yard free style events. Al Schwartz
of Northwestern and George Kojac,
Rutgers' Olympic star, should stage
a nip-and-tuck battle if they meet
in these races. Bob Walker of
Michigan and Reggie Harrison are
two competitors who should be up
there in both events. Other sprin-
ters who will make a serious bid for
places are Walaitis and Smith of
Michigan, Teaf of Penn, Turner of
Princeton, Cannon of Syracuse, and
Jelenko of Rutgers.
The 150 yard back stroke will find
Dick Hinch of Northwestern and
George Kojac of Rutgers slated to
fight it out for the title. Other
back strokers who should figure in
the scoring are Joe Wohl of Syra-
cuse, Lowell Marsh of Minnesota,
Arnold of Brown, Booth of Stan-
ford, and possibly Valentine or
Boldt of Michigan.
The 220 and 440 yard events
(Continued on Page 7)

STAR SWIMMERS IN TITLE MEET

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HTHERANDBALL, SQUASH GAIN STUDENTS IGIDGJ[
FDDII~HFAVOR IN THREE YEARS ON CAMPUS MATMEN
Three years ago the handball in the race for favor with the Stu-I
UTR PRACT! plaed at the UniversityofMichi-haN TINMEET
gan was practically negligible with ing, and before the close of next
t u wa couple of courts intea old year it is expected that the squash Trio of Wolverine Wrestlers
BaseallCanidaes ontnueWaterman gymnasium available courts will also be demanded be-;
Indoor Batting Sessions; for this sport. Today a large per- yond their capacity. Handball ap- to Compete in Tourney
Seek New Hurlers. centage of men using the Intramu- pears to be a sort of Epreliminary at State College.
'tramural building are confining training for squash for several rea-
PICK TENTATIVE TEAM leticactivities chiefly to handballsons. POWERFUL FIELD ENTERS
!_ICEN _IVEA_ When the new sports building Intefrtpatoheovc
'Iwas completed two years ago the Intefrtpatoheovc
While wintry breezes were con- a p dwsquash looks considerably more Three Michigan wrestlers will be
tinuing, to blast outdoor practice cluded were considered adequate difficult. Besides that it requires entered in the National Intercol;
prospects, Coach Ray Fisher r ent for the demands of the students a little more equipment and hasn't legiate wrestling meet which is
prosects Coch Ry Fsher~ntfor he dmans ofthestudntsthe nation wide publicity or popu- tdtogtuerwyaSat
his Varsity baseball candidates for many years to come, yet every larity which is enjoyed by hand- slated to get under way at State
through a long limbering up work- afternoon during the past few ball College, Pennsylvania, today. Two
out yesterday afternoon in the Yost I months the courts have been filledi of these men are holders of West-
Field house. Hopes for the n eachto capacity with several men wait- Handball has appealed to the ern Conference championships,
needed outdoor workout however, ing in line practically all of the student who wishes to combine while the last of the trio is a mat-
are high among the Wolverine dia- time. pleasure, keen competition, and an who has been showing grea
mond clan for play early next week The regulations which are im- healthful exercise in one sport and imarovement all en s ng ghoat
>n Ferry Field. posed on the players by the Intra_ yet has not the time or ability to impeetg a yar and who is
With a month of squad practice mural officials limit time any two compete on any of the varsity himself in the competition.
already a -natter of history under men can use the courts to three sports squads. Furthermore, while Aldinger to'Go.
the roof of the Yost Field house, games, with preference shown to a great deal of. skill can be devel- Otto Kelly and Al Steinke, bold-
>erformance has been brought to I doubles teams. With the increased oped, considerable exercise and ers of tne 158 and 178 pound titles
i point where the only advance popularity of handball it is likely pleasure can be obtained without are both conceded a good chance
seems dependent on outdoor play. that in the near future the courts anything but a beginner's know- to finish in the money for thea
Pracice essins ndoos att 'eillhv obersre!aedo edge of the game.;tofnsinhem eyorhea-
Practice sessions indoors at the will have to be reserved ahead of tional titles, while Aldinger in the
orosent stage of preseason condi- time, a practice which is in effect 128 pnd cl wibe gin a
bioning are merely serving to keep now only for tournament games. Raftopolus to Pelot chance to stack up against the best
'atting eyes from dullness and Squash is runnAg a close second
pitching arms in trim. Sqahi- unn-acoesc !A n Arbor Cage Team the country has to offer. These
Hurlers Bother Fisher. . gethree men will have to cut a wide
Hurling problems at the present SOCCER TRYOUTS Peter Raftopolus was unanimous- swath at the National meet to up-
time form the main difficulties fo GET FIRST CAL ly elected captain of the Ann Arbor hold the position which the Maize
the Wolverine mentor. Deprived of !IC L high school basketball team at a and Blue gained last season in fin-
the services of two promising soph- 1meeting of the lettermen held Wed- ishing the meet as runners up to:
>more stars, Crouch and Folge An attempt is being made to nesday afternoon. Oklahoma A. and M., the national.
ach Fisher habeen dailycare ace socer on the list of comI Raftopolus became -eligible for title winners.
fully grooming his remaining petitive sports. The first meeting the Purple squad in February and The champions garnered a grand
mound talent in an effort to un- will be held at 7:30 Tuesday night played during the latter half of the total of 22 points against the 18
cover a pair of hurlers of Varsity in the Intramural building. Any schedule at a forward position. He rolled up by Coach Keen's men, but'
calibre. prospective candidate or soccer is the only regular returning next ! Michigan had entered eight men
Indoors, seven or eight of the enthusiast is invited to attend this season. His reign as captain will in that meet against the three who
mound candidates have shown suf- initial gathering in which the pos- end in February next year at which were able to go this season. Four
ficient promise to bear considera- sibilities of developing a team time another captain will be elect- of the Wolverine entries, Hewitt,
tion, but when play begins in ear- to wear the Maize and Blue against I ed for the final half of the season. Parker, Kelly, and Dougiveto, won:
nest outdoors -Coach Fisher is not other Big Ten teams will be dis- their way to second places last
so confident of their collective or cussed.rr while Captain Warren took
individual talents. Two six-footers, Soccer is fast becoming a popular third.
Montague and McNeal, at present ;,sport in the Conference and sever- for Derby Eve BoutI Strong Field Enters
are out in front of the pack. Tomp- al schools have requested series.The Michigan men this year will
kins is another man who has shown with Michigan booters. The game (By Associated Press) Tfindthemselves stacked against
-ability as a tosser but Coach Fish- has been played by many represen- LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 27 - one of the best fields ever entered
er has indicated that he will pirob- tative colleges for a long time and Negotiations with Primo Carnera, in the tournament. The Oklahoma
ably be used regularly in the out- its introduction at Michigan is ear- 275-pound fistic sensation, for the 1w bedefet
field unless the pitching situation nestly looking forward to. Furth- headline Kentucky Derby eve, bout on, which tl ey haeendn tnce
becomes acute. er plans depend entirely upon the here May 16, are being made by crowntwichtheyehaveoheldsic
Superko Looks Good. drsplay dpnntirely pon this the Jefferson post of the American the meet was started. Cornell, with
I display of interest shown in this n h einyedyws on aggregation of scrappers who
The matters of conjecture con- first meeting Legion. The Legion yesterday was gr
cerning the infield posts took a newgu awarded the date by the Kentucky have been mowing down their op-
turn yesterday with Art Superko, Psstate athletic board of control, position in the east, will enter an.
flashy sophomore, whose play has ber of potential candidates appear, which stipulated that the matchi entire team with three eastern in-
been improving steadily over the practice sessions will be started in must be submitted within two weeks tercollegiate champions on its
past week holding the edge in the the main gymnasium: of the 'Sports ! for approval. roster.
race for the third base post. Hud- building. Tentative plans call for One opponent the Legion would California in the west, Oklaho-
son at first, Butler at second, and a short training schedule during ; like to send against Carnera is Vic- ma University, and Illinois in the
the veteran "Mike" Myron at short- the indoor practice and as soon as torio Campolo, giant Argentine, but middle west, and Cornell, Lehigh,
stop, will round out the problemat- I the weather man smiles, the squad 1 it was considered doubtful whether and Princeton in the east are all
ical inner defenses of the title de- will scamper for the outdoor ses- this match could be staged outside hot on the trail to upset the peren-
fending, Wolverines. +sions. of New York or Chicago. i nial champions.
In the outfield Captain Harvey --- --- -
(Continued on P'age 9)

Associated Press Photo -
Garnet Ault (left) of Michigan, George Kojac (upper right) of Rut-
gers, and Ray Ruddy (lower right) of Columbia, three of the outstanding
collegiate tankmen in the country, are entered in the national collegiate
championships which begin today at Harvard university.

rSports B____

Purdue, the new home of Big Ten
championships, is meeting with all
sorts of setbtcks in attempts to an-
nex further laurels in the coming
baseball campaign. After being
greeted with a surprising lack of
hurling and hitting material,
Coach Piggy Lambert received ad-
ditional grief from the weather
man in the form of a post-season
snow storm, which forced him to
cancel the Spring vacation drill.
The Boilermakers are slated to
open against Wabash April 4:
If his record bears any sig-
nificance, Americus Polli, Yan-
kee recruit pitcher, may de-
velop into the answer to Mana-
ger Shawkey's prayer for a
strikeout artist. He hails from ,
Goddard Seminary, boasting
the distinction of having sent
68 men back 'to their respec-
tive dugouts in three successive
games by the medium of the
whiffing route.1
Fritz Crisler, newly appointed
grid coach at Minnesota, will per-
form a final gesture at his former l

haunts, the University of Chicago,
tonight when he will make the of-
ficial drawings for the twelfth and
last annual interscholastic basket-
ball tournament. Immediately fol-
lowing the pairings, he will leave
for Minneapolis to assume his new
duties.
Primo Carnera, the behemoth
box-fighter of Italy, is wanted
to play the part of Hercules in
Lon Chaney's next picture.
Some kind or other of a distinc-
tion is claimed by Colgate Univer-
{ sity by virtue of possessing the
champion pair of athletically-in-
clined twins. So closely do Lew
and Jim Bramer resemble each
other that Lloyd Jordan, basketball
mentor, made them wear distinc-
tive shoes so that he could tell
them apart on the court.

FRESHMAN TRACK.
All members of the freshman
track squad are requested to at-
tend a meeting to be held at
4:30 Friday afternoon in the
Field House.
Coach Hoyt.

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SOCCER NOTICE.
There will be a meeting of all
men interested in soccer foot-
ball at 7:30 o'clock next Tues-
day in the Intramural building
for the purpose of organizing a
squad which may be given a
s c h e d u 1 e of intercollegiate
games.
Coach Johnstone.

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