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PAGHIX G-D-ATIHtE MICHIGAN D AoY -N

DAY, MARCII 30, 1930

UNDEFEATED

SALE

NATATORS

|lIITfID \n TPROSPECTS FOR RED SOX BRIGHTEN
AT TING CROWNS UIVUUiI 'U UILL AFTER EIGHT YEAR STAY IN CELLAR
Years ago when Duffy Lewis, are slight.
Tris Speaker, and Harry Hooper A new first baseman, Bill Swee-I
_ R C IEO B GNpatroled the outer gardens for the ney, who formerly served with both
B1oston' Red Sax, Boston fans real= ?To'rbrto and Detroit, has been add-
I Kipke to Lead Grid C-a ly had a team to get excited about.!red to the payroll, and will contest'
on Ferry Field for First Later when Babe Ruth, Wally the first base position with Phil
Drill on Wednesday. Schang, Everett Scott and the other i Todt, a star fielder but a woefully
players who were shipped in whole-; weak batter. The second base posi-
sale lots to the New York Yankees tion should be won by Bill Regan,
INDOOR SESSIONS HELP were on the team Boston really although Otis Miller, a former
could boast of a ball club. &rOWn, may get the call.
:.If the weather man smiles upon Now, except for one season in the At shortstop Hal Rhyne and Bill
Michigan's 1930 gridiron destinies, last eight years, Boston has fiinish- Narlesky will battle it out., with the
Coach Harry Kipke will lead his ed at the bottoin of the American former PIttsburgh man having the,
warriors out onto old Leisd g eague standings. In the coming I edge to win the regular job. BobI
Ferry Field campaign a new manager, Heinie Reeves, who has seen service with
for the first outdoor drill of the Wag-ner, will take over the reins of Washington, is favored to retain his
spring season this Wednesday aft- the club and attempt to make third base position from Ernie Hol-
ernoon. The Wolverine mentor is something out of the team which jran, a newcomer.
plnning to .issue uniforms to the Lee Fohl and Bill Carrigan had to In the outfield Jack Rothrock and
prospective ca-ndidates for the leave in despair. uss carrtt are fixtures, the lat-
squad tomorrow at the Field House, The Red Sox of 1030 look on ter being one of the really good
1 and all will be in readiness for the paper to be little better than the finds of the 1929 season. Four men
;sally into the open. 1929 team, but the club is building are in the fight for the right field
The inside practices have served slowly and may make a little bet- bth with Bill Barrett and Tom
their purpose in getting the men ter showing. Se'veral good pitchers Oliver having the best chance to
in the best condition possible for are on the club's roster, and with win the job from Joe Cicero and
their purpose in getting the men a little added batting strength the John Wnsett'
beyond that point it is impossible Sox may get some where in the fu- Charley Berry and John Heving,.
to;go. It is impossible to work on ture-although chances for them two veteran receivers, will get the,
the all-important funonvmentais in crawling out of the cellar this year call for the catcher's job, With a
the intramural gym, and practice ---- youngster, -Bob Absyornson, favor-
will be at a stand-still until thed Br~ ed to be kept as third string back-
a ;gridders can get the soft turf un- eland eatsBracey stop.
I der their cleats. to Win 100-Yard Dash, Ed Morris, Charley Ruffing,
Seek Trophy Award. Danny McFayden, Jack Russell'
Coach Kipke is planning on giv- (Dy Associated Press) and Milt Gaston are the holdover
U g his men a real training session AUSTIN, Tex., March 29.-The . pitchers that should all keep reg-
C0 DOU this spring and will mix enough southwest's greatest sprinter, Cy ular berths, while Billy Bayne, Ed,
scrimmage into the drills to keep Leland, of Texas Christian uni- Carroll, Ben Shields, Ed Dudley,
the players on a fighting edge. Add- versity, today proved his right to Ray Dobens, and Horace Lisenbee
ed to the incentive of making an! the title by defeating Claude Bra- all have chances to stick.#
and Lew Fonseca, Cleveland first impression on the coaches fori cey, the Dixie flier, 'a full two yards Several of these men are excel-
approaching campaign wih hopes places on the Varsity next fall will in the 100-yard dash feature of the lent pitchers whose records would
t year when they led their respective be the competition for the trophyj sixth annual, Texas university be much more impressive if they
given each spring to the player who relays, here. - were on winning ball clubs. Morris
shows the best spirit, improvement, j Leland's time was 9.6 seconds. and Ruffng, for instance, are in
attendance, and possibilities for It marked the second time in a great .demand by almost every
* -the team. i fortnight that Leland had shown club in the league, while several ofl
It is expected that well over 100 his heels to Bracey. 'He distanced the other hurlers are also good.
-men will be out to try for places on his rival in the 100 and 220-yard enough to win positions on any
the team before the first week of events two weeks ago at Fort m!iound staff im the funior circuit.
practice is over, and with seven ofl Worth.
the regulars froin last fall grad- Leland's time in the century was Student Acomplishes
arm is still good because he just r uating this June the outlook for one-tenth of a second slower than
struck Casey out again. newcomers is exceptionally bright. the relay record of 9.5 set last year Perfect Bowling Mark
However this prediction cannot be by Bracey, with a wind at his back. A
Penn is getting the picture made for the team as a whole, with The furlong was not included on A bowler's dream was realized
set for the annual relay car- more than half of the line and j today's program. last night on the Union alleys
nival on Aprl 25 and 26. To three of the experienced backs lost More than 1,000 university, col- when Albert Jennings, senior lit-
date, the entry list has been Ito the squad. lege and high school athletes par-i erary student, toppled the pins for
swelled to 135 more 'than at Eight Seniors Graduate. I ticipated in today's carnival. Three a 300 score, the same thing to
this time last year. One of -the Truskowski, Poortna-n, Steinke, meet records fell by the wayside in bowling that a hole in one is to
features is the entry of George Bovard, and Poe will be missing on the university division. golf or a ten second knockout is to
Hamm, Georgia Tech broad- the Wolverine forward wall next ----- -------------- boxing. The feat is made all ,the'
f nper. facon is Olympic season, while Joe Geinbis and the more remarkable by virtue of the
champ in this event and holds two midgets. Al Dahlem and Red 4 SKATING NOTICE. fact that it is the, only one of its
the world record with a leap of Wilson will not be there to roll up: Today will be the last day that kind which has -ever been made on
25 feet, 11 1-4 inches. the yardage. In view of this state the Colisenum will be open for the Union drives despite the great
of affairs, Coach Kipke started his skkting. nu minb r of students that have roll-
Followers of the ponies have preparations for his next campaign -..ed the-
their eyes set for the annual clas- early -in the winter. To -get the men - -
sic at Churchill Downs on May 17, in closer touch with each other he
the famous Kentucky Derby, which organized a handball league about
was named after the old family of Christmas time, and since the mid-
England, Lord Derby< dle of February has been holding

YE,0AR SHOWS MAINY
LETTERSAWARDED
Football Letters Have Highest
Number; Track and Baseball
Close Behind.

MAJOR 'M'S TOTAL

64

SDuring the last school year the
Board in Control of Athletics at
the University of Michigan award-
ed a total of 119 "M's" to members
of Varsity athletic squads. In addi-
tion to these coveted Varsity awards
there were 83 "AMA's" and 197
class numerals given out to ath-
letes.
The number of awards varies
from year to year, but last sea-
son's totals are considered as rep-
resentative figures. ut of the 119
"M's" there were 64 major letters
and 55 minor letters won by mem-
bers of the football, ,basketball,
baseball, and track squads.
Football leads.
The gridiron sport leads all oth-
,ers ti number of major awards, 24
men having been rewardhd for their
services during the season with a
large block "M". Eleven major let-
ters were given out to members of
the Varsity cage squad. This, how-
even, was an unusually large -num-
ber of letters for the basketball
squad to receive, their being only
eight men receivinmg the award this
year. The Wolverine tracksters
stand high -on the list with a total
of 16 major "M's" being presented
to members of the cinderpath team.
Baseball accounted for the remain-
der of the large "M's", with 13 -dia-
mond performers winning the
award.
Minor "M's" were distributed
quite evenly among the remaining
sports, -with the exception of swim-
ming in which case there were 15
letter winners. There -were nine
I small "M's" given to wrestlers,
seven to hockey players, seven' to
tennis players, six to golfers, six
to cross country men, and five to
'fencers.
Give Many "AMA's".
- "AMA" awards are given to the
Varsity men who show ability in
their fie'ld of sport, but do not play
enough to be considered for the
Iblock "M". They are also given as
) awards to members of the Junior
" Varsity and "B" teams. Last year
there were 82 of these "AMA's" won
by 'Michigan athletes. Again foot-
ball heads the list with 23 "AMA's",
I track was second with 10, and base-
ball third with nine.
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