WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, .1930
ENTER LAST ROUIND0'
Freshman Grapplers Will FightI
for 'All-Campus Titles
in Today's Bouts.
MEN EVENLY MATCHED
Preliminaries in the All-Fresh-
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1~'A~ ~VEN
YANKS COUNT STRONGLY ON THESE VETERANS
man wrestling' meet were staged
yesterday in the wrestling room of#
Waterman gym. Russ Sauer, the
freshian coach, was in charge of .Y... ..
the meet. The bouts were run
through the semi-finals in prepar-
ation for the finals which will be,
a part of the Freshman indoor field .
day in Waterman gymnasium: this
Competition Is Strong.
The strongest competition came "
in the 145 pound class, when Wil-!
son threw Horner and Bishop de- L
feated Gravelle in the quarter fin- DICKEY:
als. In the 155 weight, Alaimo fin-
ally gained a time decision over 4
Stephens in a severe overtime con- Ruth, Dickey, and Combs are vital cogs in the mechanism of the New York Yankees and their standard
test. Stalker gained a bye in the of playing will go a long ways toward determining the degree of success the Yanks are going to enjoy in
first rUd but showed a superior their bid fo the 193American League pennant. Ruth and Combs are outfielders and dickey a catcher.
brand of wrestling to pin Schalk in
2:13. YOST'S RECORD OUTSTANDING IN VEENKER TO JOIN
nl oye hbout fell in the light. COLLEGIATE FOOTBALLCIRCLES COACHING SCHOOL,
heavyweight class. Bauss, holder ___________
of the boxing title in that weight, --- -- D URING SUMMER'
threw Tyler in the short time of ( Continued From Page .6)OntePcfcoatYs mt
3 secontacts with thee ttins. George F. Veenker of the Uni-
38 seconds.sYost attended Lafayette in the with his customary success and
Malow4i tz Wins. versityofMcia ButnIgI
Malowitz, in the 115 class, was school year 1896-97 and played on won the championship of that sec-ygI
put on the defensive early in his the first Lafayette football team to tion in 1900. While on the coast University of Iowa,
bout with Tobias, but successfully beat Pennsylvania. This team was Yost had the honor of winning and Ton Jones of Wisconsin com-
broke the advantage hold to stayI also the first in the history of foot- ipietefclyo h hr n
on top and pile up a time advan- ball to turn back successfully the I(four football championships in one! i the faculty of the ti an
Hual coaching} school to be held at
ta°ge of 2:51. famiou.s "guards back" play whichi season, a remarkable feat which ;Gustavus Adolphus College located
The entire bill was marked by had been used by Pennsylvania has probably never been duplicated
exceedingly fast wrestling. All the with unusual success until the en- by any football coach in the his- at St. Peter, Minn., this year, from
men were in good condition and counter with Lafayette. tory of the game. Aug. 25 to Aug. 30, George B. My-
showed the results of the earnest Coach Yost began his coaching Besides coaching the champion-.rum, director, announced today.1
work of coach Russ Sauer. Otto I career at Ohio Wesleyan in 189'7 4ip Stanford eleven, Yost de- George Veenker, an outstanding,
kelley, a national title holder, and by turning out the most success- veloped a freshman team at Stan- Big Ten coach whose team tied for!
Benz, another letterman on this ful team ever seen at that school. ford which won the freshman title the Big Ten championship in bas-
year's Varsity, officiated in the The Yost-tutored eleven defeated of the coast. Yost spent mornings ketball, will have charge of basket-
ring. Ohio State for the first time, 0 to o, coaching the Lowell high school ball. Burton Ingwerson, who has
SUMMARIES and held the Michigan team to a !team which won the interscholas- 'made an enviable record in Big
115 pounds-Malewitz defeated scoreless tie on Ferry field. jtic title in the league composed of Ten football for the past two years,
Tobias. Time--2:51. (Sigwart drew The following year he received a 29 teams and, at the end of the will give the instruction in that
a bye to the finals.) better offer from Nebraska and the Stanford season, Yost tutored the sport. Shortly after Tom Jones of
125 pounds - Cortes defeated fall of 1898 found him busy round- San Jose Normal eleven for a Wisconsin won the 1930 Big Ten
dfaed Haw . T e-4:. gyIng the questionable material of month and this team won the Nor- indoor track meet, he was signed:
defeated Hawkins. Tume-4:45. that university into shape. Despite mal championship of the coast. for track.'
135 pounds-He.liwell defeated i the handicap of poor material, ' If it had not been for a rule re- Two previous coaching schools;
Grey. ie :25y allidayme- jYost developed a team which won quiring Stanford to hire only grad- at Gustavus Adolphus college have
4eated Vincent by a fall. Time !the Missouri Valley Conference uate coaches Michigan would never been well attended, last year's
140 pounds - Wilson defeated championship. It was at Nebraska have secured the services of Coach school being the third largest in;
140pountds,-y--Wals.oTmefea:ed.'that he first won recognition for Yost in 1901. For five years he the country. Advance registration
Horner defeated Gans by a fall. his open style of play which pro- turned out winning teams, but he so far this year points to a record
Time-4:07. Bishop defeated Ban- ed so effective against the mass was defeated for the first time in attendance for next August.
nou. Time-4:20. Gravelle defeat- formation of that time. the final game of the season of , Coaches attending the school next:
ed Yaffee. Tilne-4:35. Wilson de- I In 1899 he went to Kansas to 1905 when Denny Clark's boner al- summer will be lodged in the re-
feated Horner by a fall. Time-; c o a c h another championship lowed Chicago to break Yost's rec- cently completed men's dormitory:
3:27. Bishop defeated Gravelle. team. While at Nebraska, Yost's ord of consecutive victories. at the college.
Time-5:38. [team had defeated both Missouri
155 pounds - Schalk defeated I and Kansas. In 1899 at Kansas Yost
Marcorsky. Tixmie- 4:50. Alaimo. developed a team which defeated
defeated Stephens, overtime bout. both Nebraska and Missouri and
Time-: 28. Stalker defeated Schalk;in 1900 he was offered the coach-
by a fall. Time--2:13. ing job at Missouri, but declined
175 pounds-Bauss defeated Ty- j the offer to accept a position at
ler by a fall. Time-:38. Stanford.
Due to the intense shown in In- wrestling champion of last year to We
tramural activities this year a re- win again this year. Last year he t
view of campus championships has won the 135 pound class while this: a
been compiled: year he annexed the 125 pound
Golf-A. H. Jolly started off the class honors, an unusual feat. Dig-' Co
All Campus championships by win- by won the 115 pound class, An-
ning the fall golf tournament, de- derson 135, Shankland 145, Powers
feating B. Wickersham in the final 155, Reif 165, and Jordan the un- A
Tennis-Robert Clarke won the Swimming-R. J. Patton proved
fall tennis tournament in singles to be capable of winning the swim-
over a field of 92 contestants, while rming crown. I
the Penn-Lehvinne combination iBowling--Howard Mills recently N
turned back all opposition in the won the bowling singles while Min-
doubles. Rollin Clark later annex- sel Hecker won the doubles.
ed the indoor tennis singles over a Foul Shooting-Irwin Moscovich's
large field. Both the Clarks are sensational score of 92 out of a 100
now trying out for Varsity ten- fouls, made last year, gnd which 215
nis. will undaubtedly stand for many
Handba li--Steve Jdnes success- years, failed to help him this year
fully defended his championship in and Wallace Miller annexed the
handball singles, but he and his honors for foul throwing with 84 Con
partner, Navarre, doubles champ- out of 100. mat
ions of a year ago, fell before the Track-Haefele and Hitt, two S
new champions, Friedman and Ax- freshmen, tied for honors in the Dia
inn. annual track meet with ten points
Cross Country-Harold Groehn each, Haefele getting a first in each -
defeated a large field in the All of the hurdles and Hitt winning the PIA
Campus Cross Country run in the quarter and the broad jump. V
time of 15 minutes and 41 seconds.j Boxing-Championships in box- w
Squash-J. B. Johnson replaced ing are as follows: Flyweight-Gal- at
Ray Humphrey as the king off G lup, Bantam-Azen, Feather-Oak-
squash rackets defeating J. S. Beck ley, Light-Woodward, Welter- -
in the finals. Heim, Middle-Starwas, Light-Hea.- TH
Wrestling-Larson was the only vy-Bauss, and Heavy-Slater. sr
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