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I THE MlCHTa-AN DAILY

T aURZDAY, APRIL, 10, -1930

TH MCIGN DAL-,_AY-_RL 0 ~3

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ALL-FRESMAN

TO URNAMENT

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KIPKE GIVES GRIDl
TEAM LQNG DRILL

Int~vrmural News

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Blocki actice4Ws.Stresscd N W ITRAMUAL TE'OJYIY. [tournament in the first round. Juty
F'racice I Stresed eeling that the student who 'Bouwman of Grand Rapids,hs
t With Backs Working ; participates in a number of sports i beeni the outstanding performer forl
on Passing. should, be awarded some sort of the team~, having been on' the'
honor, the intramural Department ehampitonship team in basketb~, I,
Ann Arbor's weather man smil- has.inaaugurated for the first time, bowling and relay teams and alsoI
! ed on Michigan's sprung gridiron= an all around championship trophy per rming on the swimming and'
fortunes again yesterday afternoon in the form of a beautiful trophy track squads. Other mernbrs of
as Coach Kipke sent his footbal cup. which goes to the winner of the class who have been ou.tstand- tI
squad through a long; workout on3 the most number of points. Points ing ini their services to the athletic
the southern confines of the Fer - are worked out for each All-Cam- teams are L. Bullard, Wi ford ,r
ry Field enclosure. ''u sport and records are kept of Harth, Carl Tusch, Stewart David-!I b
The usual setting~ up sessions the varicus individuals. I son, and William ROSS.
,pndthe long drill to be follow- 1 Horold Groehn, '30, of Detroit! Inter-class coptiin a een'
ed by pass practice for the back- is~ leadinvg'the field 'so far with a IVery successful this -year, ?6 teams'
field and end aspirants while the toa f2 oints. Twenty of these having taken part in ti in
linemen were sent through inten~s- wereawareotof 25fr1 "neventsspnoesofrThTu-l
iye blocking workouts under Coac ti'n;e cross country race and five for DentsudrteladraI fl
SBlott. Podlewski, Neuamann, and =o lcn is nteml A. A. Collins are at the present '
Eastman were called upon to do- pointsfoplcnfitinhemetF
of the indoor track meet. Williai~m e nt une-pposition
the tossing services, alternatingPhls'3IoSaia anJo alegn teuirEgnes
long and short heaves. fs 3L f aia n o heng gteeaiodEg.er
Afte thee p~±y di Woodward.,'31. of Owo §so are tiedi
Coach Kipke clefoarnwl;for second place each with 21 NEW -CIIIS
of the play from scrimmage pro- Threeinew.sportpshaveobeen inken
gram which ha~s occupied the main part in the most number of sports auhraedthi sporyabenijira- r
portion of the work of the grid- gained his points' in horseshoes, agrtd tahis yeandbythe inall- .
ders since last Saturday. Ability to squash, tennis, and handball,.eee dstn p eom vr
I open up holes in the defensive line# Woodward annexed 20 poinsmfodpoplar. ineto b eco esfrst
I was evidenced by the offensive for-! winning the lightweight boxingl tried several nioiths ago at which
wards while the backs ploughed 1championship and one point for, time four teams were organized.
through for consistent yardage. 1 taking part in the foul shooting] These teams completed a schedule 9
Kdbe playsodnfif contest. annic hnQl rciess
INeumann, stocky freshman back- s 1 sions have been .held. From 18 to 25'.,
field candidate continued to show INTERCLASS C~OMPETITION. i men have been repotting daily for'a
form in ball carrying while Tyler. The junior engineers, lead by indoor practice which has consist- f
a junior, and Benjamin also dem- ?Captain Louis anoff of Washing- ed in the teacbing of fundamnen-
onstrated consistent ground gain-1 ton, D. C.. have proved to be a realj talc.
ing ways. Kirk Rolland, reserve; team~ in all sorts of competition. Code ball is the snd sport v
quarterback, who is expected to ITheir organization has supported ( which wa~s started. It is a game inc
show a good deal next' year re-- intramural inter-class competition;l which a ball is played with ther
ported for the first' time for work Ito the utmost- and to tis dlate they, , feet in an enclosed c~urt. The ballc
hsthis spring yesterday afternoon. !are leading the other class teamsl is put and kept in play by kickingr
# FRESHMAN WRESTLING. -'in thre race for the all year chain- or "footing" it, all use of the handsG
I All members of the Freshman pioliship honors. The junior enl- and arms being forbidden excepta
Wrestling team' report at the gineers won the class champion- to prepare the ball for the serve.
Spedding Studio, 619 E. Liberty ,ship in volley ball, bowling, basket-;- The third game on the list s Bad-I
ball and relays Mihtooraigin
St., at 4:30 this afternoon for relays.glntonargamen
teampictre.Finishing third in the swimming Which has found cosie rablefa-
Coah Rss ~ues. meet, fifth in the track meet this vor ' in the 'various athletic clubs .
________________ team was put out of the hiandball throughout this country,

PRACI tIS slow
P41114n~dspirants Play Listlss
G;w.4; Squthern Trainiing
Timp Approaches.
rRUSKOWSIKI AT SHORT
C etting theV feel of spring in
their bones and slowed up by the
rather fast worko~ut 4I the night
before the Wolverine ball club went
through .a rather listless practice
gaze lait .rlght. Av~ontagVie and
Tompkins 'bathi turned in fair
showings in the box for the regu-
lars, while McNeil, RAltzman and
Presbry held the mound for the
Yanigans.
Truskowski was niot ;bhind4 the
bat, but played the short-stop -po-
sition while Duckman showed up
rather well behind the plate. Hid-
so after a togh wokou last
night played a .good game at i1rst
and -also -looked dangerous at the
bat. Tompkins pul.,d a series of
good plays, starting off by 14-
.ring out a -two 1base bit, then steal-
ing third and later going home on
a. loaw pitch that -bgunced out of
Morrison's ;glove.
Garrison made a -play that is sel-
dom seen' in any -park. Moody who
Was at bat at the time -laid a nice
clean hit'into right field and -then
proceeded to -take his time going
down -the line -while the rest of the
runners loped around the corners.
G~arrison was playing short field
a.nd took the hit -on about the third
bounce and -then threw it in to fir:st
putt!ng Moody dklwn. Abut out on
what should have been a clean~ hit
.was marked down -to -Garrison's
credit and Moody slipped down on
his batting ave-rare.

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