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O, 1931. THE MICHIGAN DAI Y PAO

FOR BIGTEN TITLE
Coach Matt Mann Sees Victory
for Michigan Swimmers
in Conference Meet.

DoEwn at the intramural pool yes-
terday the Michigan swimmers
breezed through the first of the
week's practice sessions which may
result in the capture of the Big Ten
title when the annual Conference
swimming meet is held here Friday
and Saturday.
Already the team has met the
strongest of the Conference and
nn-Conference teams and has yet
to taste the bitterness of defeat.
Many Sophomores Entered.
Coach Matt Mann has a wealth
of sophomore stars to toss into the
meet including Schmieler, Kennedy,
Fenske, Marcus, Klintworth ant
Meigs. And in addition, the veter-
ancs, Captain Valentine, M ill e r,
Smith, Ladd, and Raike. This for-
m4idable group of swimmers holds a
lop-sided victory over Northwestern,
the defending champions. Other
Cnference wins were scored over
Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
Eight teams will participate in
,the meet. Indiana and Wisconsin
will not compete, and Ohio State
has only entered two men, which
,wids Michigan's stock soaring even
higher.
Northwestern, either determined
to hold her championship by proxy
or effort, has submitted a large
roster of swimmers, including Wi'-
son, Covode, Bernolfo, and Rosen.
These men have been the snning
.ights in the Wildcat lineup this
year, but they were sadly dimmed
earlier in the season when Michi-
gan annexed an easy 53 to 22 vic-
tory.
Raike Holds Edge.
The Wolverine splashers are well
versed in all departments. They
have earned their victories by gain-
ing points in all swimming events.
They have held their own, too, with
killful performances in the diving
enterprise. Raike showing up espe-
cially well in this number.
Coach Mann is pointing his men
for the meet and flushed by their
brilliant season it appears that the
most pessimistic fan can look for a
Michigan victory.
The trials in the various events
will be run off on Friday with the
f 'als Saturday.
HO YT TO CHOOSE
MICHIGAN RELA YS
Winners of Recent Title Meet
to Enter strong Team.
(Continued from Page 6)
the Wolverine delegation next Sat-
urday also.
T u r n e r deserves considerable
praise for the way he stuck to Dale
Letts, the Chicago half-mile champ,
in the run Saturday, for, when he
crossed the finish line he was but
a yard or two behind him. Austin
also turned in a win over Leas, the
Indiana star two miler, although
the floosier was rated as the prob-
able winner and had won the event
last year. Austin won with a good
many yardis to spare.
Although the entry list for the
relays this week have not been
completed, the members will prob-
ably .be selected from the group
which made the Madison trip.
Trials will be held Wednesday af-
ternoon for selection of the entries
and will be announced at that time.
Coach Hoyt said yesterday that a
Michigan contingent would be en-
tered in the mile and two mile re
lays, the special 320 yards high
hurdles shuttle relay, the sprints,
high and low hurdles and the pole
vault.
The mile team will be selected
from Russell, Eknovich, DeBaker,
Glading, Mueller, M o s s e r, and
Noyes. Austin, Turner, Wolfe, Bra-
den, Crawford, and Chase are can-
didates for the two-mile relay team.
Eknovich may be transferred to the
two mile quartet.

Michigan Swordsimen
to Go to Title Meet
(Continued from Page 6)
a .very able swordsman and can be
counted on to give a good account
of himself in the title matches.
In the epee, Michigan will have
another strong fencer in Powers. He
has turned in a very remarkable
record this year, having taken both
his epee bouts in the majority of
the meets. Powers' greatest opposi-
tion will come from Illinois, which
has two excellent epee artists in
Wheeler and Purdue.
INDEPENDENTi TRACK MEET
The Independent Track meet
scheduled for Wednesday, March
11, has been postponed until
Wednesday, March 18, to avoid
conflict with the Intramural box-
ing show,

PIT TSBURGH TO BEC
WITH SQUAD OF
Good Showing of Pirates Last
Year May be Bettered;
Thevenow at Short.
By Sheldon-C. Fullerton
(Editor's Note: This is the tenth
of a series of articles dealing with
the chances of the major league
clubs in 1931.)
Pittsburgh made a good showing
in 1930, but the team is capable of
getting even farther in the Nation-
al League race than it did last sea-
son if it gets the proper coordina-
tion of batting and pitching, of.
which its individual members are
capable.
Manager Jewell Ens, starting his
second season as boss of the Pirate
2ontingent, will begin the 1931
campaign with a team largely com--
Dosed of veterans.. Only one new
:nan will be in the starting lineup
barring injuries to any of the regu-
ars, but that player, Thevenow, has
&ad enough big league experience
to remove him from the rookie
2lassification.
Regular Outfit Back.
The same strong outfield that
patrolled the Forbes Field garden
last year will again hold forth this
season.dPaul Waner, Lloyd Waner,
and Adam Comoroskey together
form one of the most effective fly-
chasing brigades in the entire cir-
cuit, and the batting and fielding
strength that this trio can muster
should prove enough to win many
games for the Bucs this season.
At first base Ens will have Gus
Suhr, guardian of the position last
year. While Suhr is only a fair
fielder and hitter, his work has
been good enough to insure him of
the position. He is a Coast League
product, and this will be his second
in the big show.
Geor ge Grantham should have
GYMNA STS. TO EN
SEASON STRA

GIN 1931 SEASOfN
VETERAN PLAYERS
no difficulty beating out any oppo-
nents for the second base cushion.
Grantham's hitting is one of the
most powerful threats in the entire
Pirate attack. At shortstop Tommy
Thevenow, secured from the Phillies
in a deal for Bartell, will hold forth.
Pie Traynor, probably the best third
sacker in baseball, is the logical
choice for that position. Ralston
Hemsley, holdover catcher from last
year's team, will again take care of
the receiving burden.
Young Hurlers Seek Berths.
A pitching staff, largely built up
around young hurlers, should prove
fairly effective for the us inas-
much as most of the men, despite
their youth, have had a year or so
experience hurling in the big show.
Remy Kremer, veteran right hand-
er, will be the backbone of the
mound corps, but others who may
see a lot of service are Brame,
French, Fussell, Meine, and Swe-
tonic.
All in all the Pirates look to be
a strong team at the plate and in
the field, but their final standing in
the National League race will de-
pend largely upon the showing that
the pitchers make.
FORTITLEBUTS
This Week's Meet at Evanston
Will Decide Conference
Individual Titles.
With only two more days left
before they will have to be leaving
for the Western Conference wrestl-
ing meet, the Wolverine grapplers
went through a long and strenuous
workout yesterday afternoon. Coach
Cliff Keen, back on the job after
several days away last week, started
the program of the week which
calls for work and plenty of it until
the Michigan matmen get into
top-notch shape for the Big Ten
title scrap.
A series of trial matches was the
diet Saturday afternoon and the
men worked in pairs hard and ear-
nestly until Keen had decided on
a lineup for the trip. A couple of
berths on it are not absolutely de-
cided but it, is definitely known
that ten men will comprise the
squad that will leave Ann Arbor
and travel to Evanston to have a
determined try at the individual
championships.
Sigwart will have the chance to'
continue the good work done so far
this season in the 118-pound class,
and the showing that he made
against the Hoosier national wres-
tling figure qualifies him for fav-
orable odds in his match. Otto will
get the 126-pound assignment and
his general condition is going to
be a point in his favor.
Woodard draws the 135-pound
match, while Benz will wrestle in
the 145. Both mn are better than
the average in the Conference and
stand good chances. In the 155-
pound bout either Parker or Wilson
will be called upon to carry on the
colors of the Wolverines.
-Either Reif or Dougovito, prob-
ably the latter, will take over the
duties of the 165-pound match, and
Michigan's hopes will be high with
either man in the ring. Reif also
stands an equal chance with Stod-
dard to get into the 175 class.
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BARBERS
Arcade Barber Shop ......... Nickels Arcade
BEAUTY SHOPS
College Beauty Shop ......... 300 South State
Delmar Beauty Shop. . ....... Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
DiMattia Beauty Salon ....... 340 South State
Publix Beauty Shop ....... 1... East Liberty at Fourth '
Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop....1110 South University
Stoddard Hair Shop ...........707 North University
BOOKS, STATIONERY, SUPPLIES
Mayer and Schairer ..........112 South Main
O. D. Morrill..............314 South State
Slaters Inc. ................340 & 334 S. State, 549 E. U.
Student Supply .............1111 South University
George Wahr's .............316 South State

MARKET
Ann Arbor Dairy............118
Arbor Springs Water........4th
Forest Ave. Market ... n...... 530
Daisy Meat Market..........118
Purity Pastry Shop..........707
Conley Produce Co........... 219
Eschelbach Market.........202
Hoaglin Pie . . ....... ........ 111
McDonald's Ice Cream... ,...436
Ruby Delecatessen ...........611
Maynard Inn Pastry ..........308
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West to Take Seven Men
Western Conference
Meet at Illinois.

MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS

Michigan will close its first gym-
nastic season Saturday afternoon
with the Big Ten meet at Urbana.
Eight, and possibly nine, of the
Conference schools will enter teams
in the final affair on the gymnastic
schedule.
Indiana is the only member of
the Big Ten not having any repre-
sentatives in this sport. If North-
western, although it does not have
a regular gym team, takes part in
the meet, and it is expected to enter
a few men, the number of schools
competing will be brought up to
nine.
Coach Bill West will take seven
men to Urbana, including Gold-
smith, A. Steinberg, Decker, Parker,
Ellsworth, Hanna, and Hunter.
These men have shown a marvel-
ous spirit throughout the season.
and because of their strong morale
Michigan's initial gym season has
been a great success, even though
the scoring column shows no wins.
Considering the teams that the
Wolverines have encountered this
year, Illinois appears to have the
strongest squad in the Big Ten and
will probably come out on top, withf
Chicago placing second. Coach
West believes that the Wolves will
fight it out with Purdue and Iowa
for sixth place honors.
Although this meet closes the
season for the gymnasts, the squad
will continue to practice until late
in the spiing, with the members of
this year's yearling team working
out with them in the Intramural
building.

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Conlin and Wetherf
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Fiegels ............
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Masten and Chase.
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Apfel.....209 South Main
..........608 East Liberty
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..........109 East Washington
..........303 South State
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CANDY AND SODAS
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Sweetland ..................212 South Main
Preketes Sugar Bowl......... 109 South Main

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CLEANERS
American Rug Cleaning ......1032 Greene
Goldman Cleaners...........214 South State
Greene Cleaners ............516 E. Liberty
Oswald Katz, Cleaner... ..... 814 South State
Swiss Cleaners.............209 South 4th
Chas. Doukas............... 1319 South University
DANCING
Michigan Union ............302 South State
Michigan League ............North University
DEPARTMENT STORES
Goodyear Co. ............ ..124 South Main
J. R. Klines & Co............ 306-308 South Main
Mack & Co...............Main at Liberty
The Home Supply ........... 209 E. Washington
DRUGS
Ann St. Drug Co.......... ..1117 East Ann
Calkins-Fletcher .............324 & 818 S. State, 1101 S. U.
Crippens Store No. 3 ........ North University at Thayer
Eberbach & Sons ............ 200 East Liberty
Quarry Drug . ....... ........ 317 South State
Swift Drug ......... . ......340 South State
ELECTRICAL AND RADIO
Crosley-Amrad Radio Shop.....615 E. William
Ernst Bros,..................210 South Fourth
Detroit Edison.............Main at William
FINANCIAL
Brown-Cress & Co............ Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
Watling Lerchen & Hayes... .First National Bank Bldg.
FLORISTS
Flowerday & Son..... ......609 E. William
Ann Arbor Floral Co. . ...... 122 East Liberty
University Flower Shop....... 229 South State
FURS
Zwerdling Fur Shop .........217 East Liberty
FURNITURE
Stanger Furniture ..............119 West Liberty
GIFTS
Foster House of Art ......... 236 South State
Caravan Token Shop........Nickels Arcade
JEWELRY -
Carl Bey ................. ...16 Nickels Arcade
Burr Patterson & Auld .......603 Church
Hallers ....................235 South State
Schlander and Seyfried.......,304 South Main
LAUNDRIES
Trojan Laundry ............615 E. Liberty
Varsity Laundry ............300 South Fifth
Moe Laundry.............. . 204 North Main

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PHOTOGRAPHERS
Spedding Studio ............619 E. Liberty
Dey Studio ................ 334 South' State
Francisco Boyce.............719 North University
Rentschler Studio..........319 13as Huron
MUSIC
University Music House. . ..... Maynard at William
Choral Union Concerts .......Hill Auditorium
RADIOS
Crosley-Amrad.............615 East Williams
RECREATION
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Lane Hall Tavern........... State at Washington u
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New Granada ...............313 South State "
Parrot .....................338 South State
R. and S. Lunch............605 Chutch
Betsy Ross .................Nickel' Arcade
German American..........512 East William
The Tavern................Maynard
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Hamilton Business College. . . .State at William
Mack Tutoring Agency.....310 South State
SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Cooch & Son.........1109 South University
Washington Shop...........107 Liberty

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ALL-FROSH TRACK MEET.
Tonight at 7:30 freshmen will
compete in the annual all-Frosh
track meet at Yost Field house. All
first-year men who intend to enter
the fraternity, class, or all-Campus
meet must take part in tonight's
event. All freshmen, including men-
bers of the yearling track squad,
are eligible to participate in this
meet. Winners of each event will
receive gold medals, and trophy
ribbons will be awarded for second,
third and fourth places.
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FRATERNITY BASKETBALL
The first round in the elimina-
tion tournament of league winners
in Class A basketball will start to-
night. At 7:30, Delta Sigma Pia
meets Delta Tau Delta, Tau Delta
Phi plays Trigon, and Phi GammaI
Delta encounters Phi Kappa Sigma.
Games scheduled for 8:30 are Xi
Psi Phi vs. Alpha Phi Alpha, Theta
Chi vs. Sigma Nu, and Phi Sigma
Kappa vs. Lambda Chi Alpha.
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Alexander Inc. .............324 South State
Campus Bootery............115 South. State
Burton's Walk-Over Shop.....304 South State
Kinney Shoe Co.. .....;.....117 South Main
J. Murphy Boot Shop.........9 Nickel's Arcade
Ziefle & Nissle..............307 South Main
Jacbson's..................612 east'Liberty '.
SPORT GOODS
George Moe................. North Mniversity, 902 S. State
WOMEN'S GARMENTS AND FURNISHINGS
Cardinal Shop ..............312 South State
Collins Shop.,.............. 600 East Liberty
Goodyear Co. ..............124 South Main
Ethyl-Marie Shop ...........623 East Liberty
C. J. Hutzel................301 South Main
Jacobson's ..................Liberty, near State
Kline Stores................Main, near Liberty
Mack & Co...............Main, near Liberty
Marilyn Shop..............523 East Liberty
McKinsey Hat Shop........'.227 South State
E. F. Mills Co...............118 South Main
Dana Richardson ............Nickel's Arcade
Rubley Shop................8 Nickel's Arcade
Vogue Shop................221 South M~ain

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